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Home Missionary Meeting at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Mome Missionary Meet S135* at ESowral. The annual mooting oE tho Now South Wales Wesleyan Methodist Sustontation and Extension Society was held in the Wosleyan sohool hall on Thursday ovoning last, Mr. R, Nott occupying tho chair. Thero was a fair attendance. Tho Bev. Jainea Woolnough arrived by tho 8 o'clock train,and in a voiy short timo was in tho hali to address tho meeting, Mias Kato Maddom vnry sweetly ren dered the sulo " Crossing the ]3ar.'' • The chairman made some very appropriate re marks, and also introduced Mr. Woolnough to tbo assembly. Mr. Woolnough thnnkeii the audience lor the wol oome they had given him. He very eloquently gave an account of the work the Bocicty was doing. It had made great strides during the past year, and he expectod it to do still bettor during the coming year. : Ho gave accounts of the difficulties of going to ohuroh up the country and in the bush, and in some cases could not fjo At all. His address , was interspersed with humor, which mada it ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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B. D. Gun Club. MONTHLY SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

B. 1$. Gun Club. MONTHLY SHOOTING. The monthly shooting of the Berriraa District Gun Club took placa on tbo olub'B ground nearBow ral on Wednesday afternoon, there being a fair at tendance.' The shooting was good, particularly that of " Henri," (Bowral), who killed 28 birds in suc cession, only using the second barrel on fivo occas ions, and P. W. JFitz-Hill (Sydney) who killed 27 birds. Tho chief event was the club's trophy with a 10/- sweepBtalto dddod. "Henri," iind Messrs. Fitz Hill and H. T. Walker divided tho sweepstake' on the eighth bird ; Mr. Walker, who had killed .eight birds ivith' tho first barrel, (hopped out on the ninth bird, leaving "Henri'1 and Filz-Hill to light it out for tho trophy; they killed bird for bird up to twenty eight, when Pita-Hill failed, and "Henri" secured the trophy together with a second sweepstake which had been eiiterod upon in the meantime. Appended are tho scores in tho shooting for the trophy:— -"Henri," 25vds,112U21lilim211Hinin'2ii;28: IV ...

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Bowral Police Court. Thursdy. November 21, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

. ISowral Police Conrt. Thuri'dnv. November 21, 1901. Before Mr. W. Murri-y, J l1. George Ilarvey, blacksmith, (stranger) was charg ed' wiih being drunk in Bong IJong street. Accused pleaded guilty, and was lined G/- or 21 hours. The latter wni preferred. .Friday, November 22. Before Mr. W. Hurray, J.[J. Mrs.'lluzzernnski, an old offender, was charged with being drunk in Bowral on the 21st instant. Accused pleaded guilty but very pathetically Bolici terl lliB Worship to deal very leniently with her ns she was not in a flourishing financial condition, and on tiie other liaml it put, in the lockup, the birds and dogs would starve. ["Oh." very innocently chimed in her pal (Mrs, Burton) ".I'll look niter them alright,'' apparently forgetting what was in store for bor] Mrs. Ruzzoranuki calmly submitted to a fine of £1 or 11 days, at the same time admit ted that alio was a fool for getting drunk, but wo men havo their faults as well as men, The line was uot paid. Mrs. Mary Horton then ple...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

The Penalty | The Case of MR. J. HUGHES, Tlio advanced state of efficienoy which liaa beeu acquired by the Fire Brigade la a matter which entitles tho authorities of that important sorvico to tho estoem and confidence of tlio public. Tho up-to-date engines and most modern general apparatus which uro ovor ready to respond to an emer goney, have invariably proven their sterling qualities under tho skilful handling of our bremcn. Such a batiafuctory state of pro ficioucy minimises tho dangers attending au outbreak of lire, of course, and the reaiduntu of tho oity and suburbs enjoy a sense of Beouiity in cousequcuce. A reporter from this papor had an interview with Mr. John Hughes, of 23 Cook-street. lUlnmiu, who re lated liia experience during the course of a chat, the particulars being us follows :— •'Ib-wiiB liefoie the lire brigade service of the colony bocruno no perfect that somHthing happened which caused me a great deal of uneasiness and mifloring," said Mr. Hughes. "In tlinsd d...

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The Fortnightly Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

The Fortnightly Dance. The usual fortnightly dancc was hel l on Thurs day night last, and turned out to be a record. The night was everything that could bo desired, in fact, a real eool night, and when the lirst dance was oallod at 8.BO the muster was good, and by nine o'clock everything was in full swing. A good pro gramme was put through, including the Federal, which is becoming so popular. The attendance, numbered about 30 couples, and having the pick of the district as regards dancing, one and all made up their mind.to have a good time. Mr. Vinceut was in his usual good form as pianist, and playod all the latest dance music. Messr*. Drew and Stokes pleased the company with songs, Mr. W.Jones played a lady's waltz, and Mrs. H. Holt an extra waltz which was muoh appreciated by the dancers. Mr, T. Hopwood as usual was M.C., and before the company dispursed he thanked all those who at tended and announced that the dances would be held on alternate Thursday nights instead of Fri day....

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

railway information. PAasp.xoEn trains arrive at l\owral,f rora Sydney:— 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exempted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m, daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted Q.28 p.m,, Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney S.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted ' 6.5(1 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong end Strathfield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted, 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 8.81 a.n>. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Piaton, Granville, and Strathfield only. 1.84 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Cricket. The following h/ive been seleoiod to represent the Bowral Assoointion in a match with Roberton Park to-day on tbe Glebe wicket:—Messrs. P. and G. Cope. L. Coiner, J. Hu^gett, W. Savell, W. Fin neran, II. Poole, 13, and C. .lones, A. W. Parton, J. and \V. Griffiths Play to start at 2 o'clock. The Surveyors' Gump will bo represented by the following in a match with Kan«aloon to-day, on tho latter'a wicket:—Messrs, W. Whatman, J. Hongh ton, E. Nicliolls, — Burns, J. Ruthor/ord, T. Work man, Keighloy, A. Murphy, W. Hunt, and 3?. Phillips; emergencies, J. McCooev, and J. McBaron.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

BQ\VRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's ofllco hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3"to 5 p.m. Alderman J. RI. Christie, RIayor. Mr. \V. R. Farrow, council clerk.

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A Bowral Sportsman. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

A Bowral Sportsraaasi. At the annual pionio given by Messrs. Henry Bull and Co., wholesale drapers, of Sydney, held at Correy's gardens, Parramntta ltiver, oil Saturday last, wo are pleased to hear that 'I'lioo Small, son of Mr. W. G. Small, of Bowral, was tlio winner of the t\vo principal trophies for foot racing. The tro phies consisted of a silver teapot and a silver but ter dish. Tile various prizes won daring the after noon were presented by Mrs. John Dibble wife of the managing director of the firm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Whooping f!onglt. A woman who baa had experience with this dis ease, tells how to prevent any dangerous conse quences from it. She says: Our three children took whooping cough lost summer, one baby boy being only three months old, and owing to our giving them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much - better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lastily for cough syrup between whoops.—Jessie Pinkby Halo, Springvilic. Ala.. U.S.A. This .Rem edy is for sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, AUCTIOIV SALES. This Day. J. G. MORRIS & CO. WILL SELL At 2-30 p.m., sharp, At their Itooms, Bong Bonp;-.q|rect, nnlunblc BLOCK Of LAN)), eilimled ut corncr of Bong Bong, Boolwey, and Station streets. At 3 o'clock— KUKNiTURIO AND EFFECTS, on ac count of Mr. Booth, at his residonca, Bouhvoy street.' FOB IMMEDIATE SALE, a crop of OATS, next allotment to Wosloyan Church. Apply \V. R. Farrow, Tr...

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Y. W. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Y. W. C. Ai The colebrnti ill of Ilia Thirteenth Annual RI» t ini> of llio Uowral branch of tho Y.W.G.A. look place on Tuesday lus>t. Prior to iho publio meeting a splendid tea was partaken of by nearly (JO mem bers and friends nt (he " Homo of IJest." The tables were elaborately decorntod with niarijiicritos and buttercup draping, the whole prjsenling a most attractive uppcarance, in fact tlui interior of ilie new building looked a perfect picture, which reflectoil great croJit on those in charge. The public meeting was held in tlio School of Arts, tho chair being ably occupied by Mr. D. Rutherford. Others on the platform were— Mia* Hennie, Miss Morgan, and Mrs. Wiekham, tliollevs Stanley Wilkinson, G. A. Gordon, M. Maddorn, and A. \V. Parton. The proceedings were opened with tho inapirint; hymn, " Forward bo our watolnvoid," after which tno Rev. Mr. Wilkinson onungod in prayer. A con gratulatory telegram from Mies Fronch was road by tho chairman wishing (he Association '-Man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

SP'KJSETSS.Ji.E&SIS F-IalTTTlSR. KEGULAR STOCK AT THE USUAL FREETRADE PRICES ; 315 Pairs Men's, Women's, and Childrens' Boots and Shoes,-=-I$vening and Walking Shoes. .... STARTLING Prices 20 to 50 per cent Under MARSTON'S Famous Low Prices. A Rare Chance. Don't leave it too late. Money saved is rnoney earned. THE mm BOOT SHOP MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. DflZr. Cec'd Compton. —— Pupils Received or Visited in Bowral and District.. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music., Addeess : Post Office, Bowral. T© SAB3LE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BOKO STRBET, BOWRAL, (Next to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Work doco expeditiously and in first-olass style. Grocers & General Storekeepers. Only best quality goods stocked. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. KINDLY GIVE US A TRIAL. Next door to CHRISTIE'S, COPE Bong Bong-st., Bowral. 9708 NOTICE W. NORMAN, Bu...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 25th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

SERVICES TO'-MOIUVP W. Church of England. SS. BIJIOJf AND JDDE, llOWItiL. 25th Sunday after Trinity. • Services 11 and 7.30 V . Preacher^ the Roctor. BT. STEPHEN'S, MITTAOONG.. Mittagong, 11 and 7.30, Rev. D. Rutledga"" .• i Jellore, Rev. D..Rutledge 3 • 'WINOEOABniIlDEE. Kangaloon, 11, Robertson 8, Burrawang 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. « - Wesleyan Church. Bowral, Rev. M. M addern 11, Rev. K. A. Corner 7.30 Mittagong. Key. K. A. Corner 11, Rev. H. Maddern 7.30 Mobs Vale, Rev. M. Maddern 3 Balmoral, Rev. T. Kenah 3 - Robertson, Re*. F. ,1. Branch 7.30 Myra Vale, Rev. F. J. Branch 3 Kangaloon, Rev. P..J. Branch 11, Mr. A. Knox 7.30 Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, Rev. E. Crozier 11 and 7.30 Bundanoon, Mr. D. Podmore 11, Kav. A. W. Parton 7.30 Penrose, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 : Presbi/teriati Church. Bowral 3.30 and 7.30 Mittagong, 11 Rev. G. A..Gordon Roman Catholic Church. Bowral 9, Berrima 11 . ; , Rev. Pr.; Sheridan : . : Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 aud.H a.m...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, November 23, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

THE FREE PRESS. PuHished in Tlowral, Miitagong, ana Robertson. Saturday, November 23, 1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. More earthquake shocks in New Zealand. There are four hundred and ten cases of smallpox :n London. Two men were digging a well near Narrabri. One of the men was lowered down ninety feet by the .illici', who then decamped, taking with him some things from the camp. After standing over eight hours in several feet oi water, he was released by ■the owner of tli'a properly, who went to Bee how work was progressing. * It will be peon hy advt. that a Grand Vocal and jn-iiumentul conci-i t will be given on Thursday night kn.st in the iiow-rnl School of Arts, the proceeds to y;o ro the funds of ihnl isntiiution. As the ohject is .1 deserving one, we feel sure that the public will roll •up it lid givfl our visiting performers (which include a number from live <jou!l)urn Liedertafel) an excellent tecsiJlion, and thereby help the funds of a deserving snsiitution. A gnuil pro...

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Bowral Council. • Thursday, November 21stri001. Present: AH. J, M. Christie (Mayor), It. S. Mac kenzie, T. Mithowson, F. B. Ivvngdon, J oh. Stokes, W. Murray, M. Rico, ami H. M. Oxley. Correspondence. Prom the Department of Justice: "Sir, I nm directed to inform you that the Attorney-General and Minister ot Justico has had under consideration your letter of the 29th ultimo, in which your council had instructed you to ask that liowral be ma 1c the headquarters of the variom courts now held at Moss Vale. In roply, Mr. Wiso desiros me to state that, afier causing careful inquiries to be made re garding this matter, there docs not appear to bo any suflicient reason for removing tho hcadquaters of the courts referred to.—Goorga Miller, under Sec retary." From Department of Public works acknowledging receipt of letter requesting improvements to Wsm biiyan Oaves Road. From Broken Hill council asking for co-operation with regard to approaching the Government with a view to altering certain ...

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Moss Vale Retaliates. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Moss Vale Retaliates. From the Scrutineer. By the Free Press of the 6th we are told in one column that Bovvral is awakening, and in another there is a black letter crosshead, " Bowral's Protest against Moss Vale's Underground Engineering." A perusal of the columns aforesaid im press us forcibly with the idea that there are some-strange people in Bowral and that they do very funny things sometimes. The leader avers that, " to stand idly by and unconcernedly watch all the Govern ment delicacies lavishly flowing into the coffers of Moss Vale has been Bowral's attitude in the past, but she is now en deavouring to make amends for her past supiness and its influence will doubtless tend to turn the tide of official favour into channels of equity and fairness.." Well, we can imagine personified Bow ral unconcernedly watching dilicacies, &c., but we cannot conceive the possibil ity of the influence of her past supiness tending to turn the tide, &c. It is doubts less a piece o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. ,, ,, £l,0Q0,0QQ Reserve Fund .. ,, 1,010,000 Reserve Liability ., ,, 1,000,000 Total .. ... £3,010,000 P1I1EOTOKS. G, J. COHEN Est)., Chairman. Hon. FT. E. KATE 11, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman, Hon. HENBX MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. BIOHARD JONES, M.L.C. p. W. KNOX, Esq. GENERAti HANAQKn: X, A DIBliS, Esq. AODITOUS. E.S. CAPE, Esq. The Hon. P. T. HUMPHERY, M.L.O. BRANCHES in New South Wales And Queens land. Agoncies throqgliqut tbo world. fiowral Branoh, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. C. GRAHAM, CENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, ROBERTSON. Orders called lor, and Goods Delivered Daily. Jjrlio-liest Cash Price ^ given for 0 0 W HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. 838 , Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. HOGAN & ADGOGK The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations for the coming Benson by stocking the newest and most up-to-date (Jooda in Newest Designs I Newest Shades 1 New pat Colors 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Xo Loss of Time. I bavo sold Chamberlain'a Colio, Ghohra and Diarrhoea Itemed,v for years, and would lutbor be out of coffee and sugar than it. I Bold five buttles of it to threshers that could 150 no farther, aod ihoy. ftre at work a^ain this morning. - 11. R. Phelps, Plymouth, Ok,la.,U..S.A.. As will bo seen by the above tho thrashers were able to keep on with their work without loBing a single day's time. You. should keep a bottle of this remedy in your home.. For sale by D. Morgan, Gtaemist, Bowral. For the Aged Health for All: Young and Old. i , We are glad that our blood-purifying and blood-forming remedy is good for all ages. It brings health to pale and feeble childron and it relieves the de bility and weakness that naturally come to old age. Mr. Xovi Sargeant, of GronfolL, New South Wales,'sends us this letter, with his photograph: "X Jisto Ibeen * terrible sufferer from rheu matism and sciatica. I have spent a groat deal of money in trying: to get rid of the pain, but with...

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W. C. T. U. A TOUCHING APPEAL FROM MISS MAY WATSON. Y.W.O.A., Alexandria, August 16, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

W. C. X. u. A TOUCHING APPEAL FROM MISS, MAY WATSON. Y.W.O.A., Alexandria, August 16, 1901. Dear Mrs. Nicbolls.— I wrote you before leaving Port Said thanking you for your ready response to the appeal for W.C.T.U. literature. Trusting to your sympathy, aa, shown in the past, I aui going to boldly make another request. I am staying at present in the Y.W.C.A., Alexandria, con ducted by Miss Rose Johnson, formerly a missionary to the Arabs in Northern Af rica. I wish you might take her and her noble life alnd work tut) your heart of hearts. She labors on here without salary,, in. the. mid«t of great physical suffering,, spending; and being spent for her girla, as she aflVct*. ionately calls those of as under her care. Sho has housed, homed, and mothered 30 or more girls this summer, and 1, for ope^ • can say that had her door not boen opened, to me at the time of my greatest need in; every way I should have been in despair. But there were nearly 80 applications which had to be refused,...

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Bowral Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Bowral Bicycle Club." On Wednesday afternoon last some eight, mem bers of the Bowrnl Bicycle Club took part in the first run in connection with the newly-formed club. The course chosen was from liowrnl past Mr. Ben M. Osborne's, on to the main Southern road, through Berrima into Moss Vale and homo, a distance of about twenty miles. A start was made from the Bowral post office at } to 5. I' was 'be intention of the party to have a bathe at Berrima. and to tap Mr. Conoly, postmaster, for a loan of his boat, but time did not permit for the indulgence in such luxuries. ' Under Captain Walter Ford a moderate pace was kept up the whole distance. The ride proved exhilarating, although the warm atmospheric . conditions were rather trying, nevertheless a real good time was spent. A little delay was oansed through a troublesome puncture, while one of the cyclists tried to find out whether he or the ground waB the hardest, but neither was very much worse for tho collision. The company, with Ca...

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