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TROUBLESOME HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

TROUBLESOME HORSES. For some few weeks past a number of trouble: some horses have taken to wandering the streets at night, much to the disapproval and annoyance of many residents whose gardens suffer to a consider able extent by the animals stretching over the front fences and devouring all the beautiful flora that comes within reach. Inspector 1 Where art thou 1

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

ROBERTSON. On Tueadny 1 ist nt Robertson the iinnual mooting of Justioos of tlio Pearo w hold lit tlio G.mrt IIouso tioforo Messrs. Thou S.>ery (ohiiinnan), J. Alcorn, R. Tumbull, and W.MoKenzie, Js, l\, tlio following lioensoa were irrnntedJ. I'. JTnytor, R. M. Qr i lmm, .1. D. Wo d, Arthur Knox, aud G-. A. Gardin er. The chairman, prior to the business of tlie court, referred in feeliui? torms to tlio death of the late Mr. Joseph Grice, J.I1., wiio bad sat with liim in many cases ; his death was n ur^nt lost) to the Bench and to the district. Constable Buit)a spoko oq behalf of tlio police!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

■ • Sciatic Rheumatism Cureif after Fourteen Years of Suffering. " I have been nfiflietod with sciatic rheumatism lor foui teen years," says Josh Edgar, o! Germantnw. Oal., U.S.A, "I was ahle to be around but constant ly Buffered. I tried evrything I could hear of and at .last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a abort time cored, and I am happy to say it has not since returned.'' Why not use this linament andgot well ? It is for sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, liowral. TT^OUN'D Fur Hnn. Owner may hiwe Bruno 'b,v jL applying at oflica of this papur, liowral, *nd paying for advertisement. F.)U SALE, in excellent condition, Webster's International DICTION Ally. Cost £4 10s To ro for half. A splendid opportunity. Don't miss it. Apply at this ollico. RETURN THANKS. Mr. AND MRS. W. F. WALKKRbef* to rj tnrn ttieir Hiucoro THANKS to tlio many hind Friends for floral triutucH, cards, and lottcrs of sympathy duriug their recant sad bereavemon...

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MITTAGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

MITTAGONG COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evening. Present : Aid. Meal ing (Mayor), Hoses, Hudspeth, Merrifield, Parkin son, teigbton, Groube. An apology for non-atten dance was reooivcd from Aid, WestburyV Correspondence. From A. Prott, secretary of St. Stephens Church of England, stating in regard to Council's offer of £2 10a as a compromise for ront due on the .Church of England Schoolroom, the Parochial Council < regret that ihey cannot accept the offer.—Boeided on ;motien of Aid. Moses' and Groube, that £5 be paid. From Municipal Council Broken Hill, forwarding copy of proposed alterations and additions by that Council, to the Bill amending Municipalities Act now before the State Parliament ot New South Wales.—The Council denli wiiti same : & number of the suggested amendments were approved of, the principal being: That any person who is a ratepayer •be entitled to vote; that the Mayor be elected by the ratepayers; an...

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MITTAGONG. MITTAGONG SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

MITTAGONG. MITTAC.ONG SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tho monthly meeting of the committee of the nbove was held oil Tuesday evening, there were preRent:—Messrs. Mealing (Vice-President) in the olmir, IJilder, \V. Losoby, Morrificld, Horton, Joseph While, A. White, W.J. Lake, C. £i. Shoathcr and T. Groubo hon. sec. Correspondence. From Mr. II. J. Ito93, tending his repignation as a member of tho committee.— iiesignciion acceptor! with regret, and a letter of thanks for past services to be forwarded to 'Mr. Iioss. Mr. H. Bradstock ■ wis appointed to fill the vacancy on tho committee caused by resignation of Mr. Rosa. Reports. Tlio Financn Oommittee recommended payment of accounts amounting to £3 10s 3d.—Adopted: Tho Librarian reported that two new quarterly members had joined the institution. Mrs. Tooth had donated some pictorials, Mr. Cottee two maga gine9. The Government books had been returned «d to Sydney,—Received. Donors of books to be heartily thanked. The Secretary reported having received t...

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Association Debate. MOTION OF CENSURE. THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

AssociatSon Debate# MOTION OF CENSPKE. •THE GOVERNMENT DEFEATER. •The Associatio n-debate was held on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Albert Chapman (Speaker) oqgupyx ing the chiiir. The piinntoa of thoprovious meeting wero.road and adopted on the motion of Maasrs 'I. I?. Edwards.(premier.) and K. Dregchcr. Mr. J. Hart then moved the following motion .<tf cen-ure:: " That in the opinion of this Houao the Government,' ne led by. Mr. Edwards, does not possess tbo con (idenc of this House, inasmuch as they have ncglccted to go.on with or take .into com mittee the Dtitik Tiafiic'Bill." Mr. Hart, in speaking to the motion saiil lie wpuld •probably make some remarks .rather uncompliment-e ary to the Ministerial members. By moving tho motion he was not retarding the business of the Houso, but on the contrary was acting in its inter ests in exposing the faot liwt.the Government were not acting beneficially towards the electors, nor had they placed on record one worihy Act. The JPremi...

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A TRICKY SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

A TRICKY SNAKE. Wo understand that a black snake has' recently taken up bis abode at the old Coach and Horses' Hotel, which for some time has been untenanted. The reptile having made a snug Utile ne3t has evi dently come to stay, for despite all attempts made at-his capture he still has the best end of the stick. It is said that he keepB popping out, but is consid ered (in expert at the disappearing trick.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 25th Sunday after Trinity. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

SEBVICES AIO-MOBBO.W. •Churoh of England.' S8. 8I5ION AND JODE, BOWIUL. , 25tli Sunday after Trinity. .aorvices 11 and 7.du , Preacher, the Rector. . &T. STEPHEN'S, MITTAflONQ. Mittngong, 11 (Holy Communion).and ,7.30, Rev. D. Butledge. Colo Vale,Bev. D. Eufcledge 8 j •wiNOficAnniBBEn. . ' ' Burrawang 11, Upper Mittagong 3, Kango:loon y.30 JRev. D. T.' Smith. . TFesIe'jan Church. Bowrnl, Rev M Mri idern 11, Mr lJ. Ruthorferd 7.30 MittaKong, Mr B Short II, Rdv M Maddera .7.30 Moss Vale, Mr. .Tones 3 , Balmoral, Rev K A. Corner 3 Kongaloon, RevF J Branch. 11 '■ j! Robertson, Mr A Knox 2.30, Rev. F J Branish -7 30 Myra Vale, Kev. 1? J Branoh 3 ;i Primitive Methodist Church. Bowral, ;Rov A W Piirton 11 and 7.30 " • Bundnnoon, Mr, William Brown II, Mr. W Lay ton 7.30. : Penrose, Mr W Brown 3. . ■ I Presbyterian Church. i, Bowral 3.30 and 7.30 , . Mittagong, 11 . : . V! Eev. Q-. A. Gordon Roman Catholic Church.. ; Mittagong 9, Bowral 11 ■ .Rev. Er, Sheridan . ■ Salvation Army.. Ba...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

WESLEYAN CHURCH. A meeting in connection with the Sugtoatation and Extension Society was held in the Wesleyan Oh'uroh on Thursday evening. The attendance was woefully email. The Rev. J. Woolnough had been announced to deliver an address, but in the early part of the evening a telegram was reoeived from the reverend gentleman, Btating that he had been put into the wrong train, and would therefore be un-' able to reach Mittagong that ov,eniog. It was de cided to go on with the meeting, Dr. MuHleton and the Rev. M. Maddern agreeing to condunt it between them. The Doctor jthen took the chair, and made a ■few remarks upon the objects of the Sustentation Society. The annual report was then read by Mr. Maddern, after which he made a very humorous-, speech in which be dealt with the work of the Soc iety and gave numerous Btories to show.the life the ministers have who are stationed in the backblocks* jyliich .circuits thiB society .especially helps. A col lection was taken up in aid of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

PLANT AND SEED CATALOGUE.—Mesgrs. P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, the popular Seedsmen of202 Pitt Street Sydney, and.Dnrling Nursery, \Vaterloo, have just issued their catalogue for 1901, in which they offer quite a number of New Fruits, of wliioh lull descriptions aro Riven. They also offer for the first time in Australia grape vines grafted on resisting stocks. The Catalogue also includes choice novelties in Flower Seeds; etc. We would recommend all lovers of horticulture to secure a copy of this Catalogue, which is sent post free to all applicants. ■ Have top tiued Rutherford's molt bread ? It is B ilf-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send ior a loaf.* • MAFEKING DINDra ROOMS Mrs.G.SGushing, Opposite the shop known as Rutherford's Store. Has on hand a GOOD STOCK of Ghoice Fruit and fenfeotionery, ' And those who have not done so will be delighted to PAY Her A. VISIT and View the LARGE AND ASSORTED STOCK. Summer Drinks of all kinds to be had. Also Ice, Ice Cream, Strawberries a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

T0Q "V5/C"0^0i.£3.03r.'£'<u4.3. I ® SM£o M ^ feH ' on the Skin; Disturbed Sleep; Frightful • Dreams, and all Kon'ons' aiid TrtwMipg ' Sensations, &c. Titi! yrnsT Dose will cive n^LinF jn'tv.tnty f.tiNt'ii s. This is no fiction. Ever? sufferer is earnestly invited to trv one Bo?: of there I'il's. anl'tlu y ■Will be acknowledged to ho " WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." BEECHAM'S PILLS, taken as-directed, will quickly resloro females to complete' .health, - They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularilv of ■lji£"sySt<,iyi."'' K<;r a •'"Weals Stomacla; Impaired Digsstioa;' Biaordoreft'Lives j thoy act like limbic. A few doses will work wonders upon tho Vital Or^ini.*; Strcti^tlK-ninp" the Miwcular ^ypteiu ;'!e.stoHug ilio lon<* lost Couivloxioii ; bringing bruik the keon of app-'l u. smd , Tirniislnjf with 'be Hosnmiu op H>:ai.tii the whoi.k fhyh!ual bnrp.ov nf tlio Iiutnu:i frame. These nro'" u fact** " Jidmilted by thousands in nil cl...

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W. C. T. U. HOW THE DRINK APPETITE IS CREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

W. C. T. Vo HOW THE DRINK APPETITE IS ' ' CREATED. ' " The Toledo " Blade " of January 22 says: '" It ib now discovered that in Chicago ebero acb a number of saloous, in each of Which a room lias been fitted up with small furniture, picture books, toys, and liobby horses', and into which children are enticed to' play. They are at firBt given sweetened Wines to cultivate a tasto for liquor, and are told to bring in some of their liltlo friends to play with thorn.' By-and-bye tho' drink liabit is fastened upon"the little ougs, and iall their pennies are spent for intoxicants. : " On. one street in Chicago 20 such places have been found, and evidence secured to Convict the proprietors. How ttiany more such saloons are'now running in Chicago is simply a matter of conjecture. In how 1 inany oilier cities and towns the same plan is being used to destroy children' can only Jio imagined. " " The scheme is as d.aiunable as the in genuity'of man can devise. • For the sole purpose of increasin...

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NEATNESS IN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

NEATNESS IN GIRLS. Neatness is a good thing for a girl, and if she does not le&w it when she is young she never will. It takes a great deal more neatness to make a girl look -well than it <|oes to make a boy look passable. Not be cause a boy, to'start with, is better looking than "a'girl, but liis clothes are of a different Sort, not eo many colors in them; and people don't expect a boy to look as pretty as a girl. ' A girl that is not neatly dressed is called a sloven,' and, no one likes to look at her. Her face may be pretty, and ber byes bright, but'if there is a Spot of dirt on lier cheek, and her finger ends are blacjt j with ink, and her shoes are "n'6t laced or j buttoned up, and her apron is dirty, and her i skirt is torn, she cannot be liked. Learn j to be neat, and when you have learned it, it will almost take care of itself. / I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

The sum ol £50,000 has already been promised towards ^the Wealeyan: Century Fund, olosing in March, dMt.000 having been received fn cash/ Cholera MorbHS a Dangerous Disease. In many instances attacks of cholera -morbus ter minate fatally belore medicine -can be procured or a pbysiciaft summoned. The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases. Por this purpose there is .nothing so sure as Chamber lain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. W. E. Busworth, of La Fayette, Ala., U.S.A., says : "In Jane, 1900, I had a serious attack ol chnlera morbus and one dose of Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relief in'- fifteen minutes." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. ' >

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The Freight on Trachyte. LIBERAL CONCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

The Freight on ^Trachyte. LIBERAL CONCESSION. It will be remembered at tbe last council meeting that Aid. Jos. Stokes brought for ward the matter of approaching tbe Govern ment with a view to getting a reduction in the freight on spawls, etc., and it is satis factory, to know that as a result of the com munication with the department, it has been decided that trachyte, spawls, and brokeu metal forwarded from Bowral to Darling Harbour and intermediate stations will in future be aB follows:—15 miles, 1/6 per ton ; and Id per ton per mile for each additional mile. The rate to Darling Har bour to be 6/- per ton, which will be regard ed as the maximum to any intermediate statiou, subject to miscellaneous class con ditions. Tbe reduction to Darling Harbour is 9d per ton, which will doubtless be much appreciated.

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Rowral to Goulburn. MITTAGONG & BOWBAL CYCLISTS TO THE FORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

ESowral to Goulburn. MITTAGONG & BOWBAL CYCLISTS TO THE FORE. On Sunday last a party of four Mittajzoiig cyclists (Messrs. A. Lippiat, J. Nichols. Fred Moore, and H. Binns) and two from Bow ral (Messrs. Walter Foord and Fred Perci val) left Bowral on Smday morning last at about } to 6 for a cycle run to Goulburn, The destination' was reaehe^ in- splendid time after an excellent ride. The weather not being too warm made the onting all the more enjoyable. The party breakfasted iu the vicinity of Paddy's River, each rider hav ing taken his own " snack." After satisfy ing the wants of the inner man, the "scorchers" again monnted their iron steeds riding as far as Marnlau, where a refresh ing drink of non-intoxicant helped to spur them on. It was nothing bat up hill and down dale from thence to Gonlburn, the succession of hills being rather tiresome al< though the decliues afforded splendid runs. Goulburn was reached about J-past 10, after hours on the road. A few hour...

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Glenquarry. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

Glenquarry. The usual fortnightly social evening of the Roberton Park Debating Society was held on Friday night last, and there was a fair attendance. An item worthy of partic ular mention was a very interesting com position by Miss Emma Ford, on the Reraiuisaeuces of the Throsby Park Estate. The following programme was gone through: — Recitations : " Taking his chance," Miss Etty Menzies ; " Beth Gelert," Mr. 0. Smith ; " To the west," Mr. W. Piggott ; " Worth While," Master H. Piggott; Mr. W. Cnsgrove; " The Mid night Murder," Mr. W. Piggott. Songs:—"Jessie's Dream'," Miss L.Rob son, aud as au encore number gave " Comic' thro' the rye;" «' Won't you buy my pretty flowerB," Miss A." Robson ; " My old Kentucky home, good night," the chil dren ; " The soldier's last message," Masters K. Smith, L. Menzies, and 0. Piggott; " Shabby genteel," Mr. QT^Smith. Reading : — " Reminiscences of the Throsby Park Estate," Miss Emma Ford ; " The old soldier," Mr. 0. Smith ; " The Bush Undertaker,"...

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

ROBERTSON. We regret to report the dofttll of Mr. Jobn Boles, which occurred nt Itoborlflon on tfrl* day afternoon last. The causo of doath was consumption. The deceased, who Was 518 years of age, leaves u widow, and two cbjld ron to mourn their losa. The remains were interred in tbo Church of England portion of the Robertson cemetery ou. Suuday, the Eot. D. T. Smith conducting the -funeral services. , The weather has been very changeable during the past week, the thermometer rangiug from 83 down to 48 within a few hours. Haymaking is progressfng favorably. Scverul farmers have got the hay Btacked without a shower. , A cricket match was played at West Kan galoon on Saturday last, Robertson v. West Kaogaloon. Scores : Robertson 1G (Hall 4 Piper 4), Kangaloon 18 (Cupitt 88 Harrigau ! 28).1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

A strong commando surrounded and captured the Bailway Pioneers at Villiersdorp after a desperate resistance. The horses of the pionenrs - were . stam peded: Colonel Biraington pursued and defeated tlie Boers, whose casualties were ten, including Commandant Riiya wounded and •Coranjan'lanc Mo9thuizen killed, four Rciiish olHuers wo.re woaiideil, aud Mnjor J F. Fisher was killed. The Pioneers who were captured were released. Whooping €ougk. My little eon had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumonia; but (or Chamberlain's Cough Beinerly we Mould have had a serious time of it. It also navel him from several severe attacks of croup. — H. J. Stkickfaiien, editor World Herald, Fair H-iven, Wash., U.S.A. JEsc, salo bj 1). Moijjau; Chemist, BowraL

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We Have Heard it Said. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 December 1901

^e Have Heard it Said; That cricket is in full swing. - That the Association would have1 got a doing '* on Saturday last. That New South Wales won the firs' match with England easily (?) That England's chances for the future matches with N.S.W. look very poor. That they will have to show better form to secure victory., $hat the strain is too great for them. That the Association Band considerably livened Bowral up on Monday night* That they should turn out once a week. That it would be a good step in Bowral's advance. That the School of Arts should benefit greatly from the proceeds of the successful eonqert given on Thursday night. That visitors are beginning to arrive . in Bowral. That their time of arrival is rather be hind previous years. That the day men are making good pro gress on the roadsv That the town should have a beautiful appearance by Christmas. ■ - That the stray cattle should be kept off the streets. That " lightless sulkies" as Well as " bikes " should be looked afte...

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