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Crimson Clover. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

Crimson Clover. [By h. J. Rujisey] . It ig now six or seyen yoars sinco I first advocated tho use of this valnablo plunt. I)ariDg tbat time largo numbers of farmers and brcharclists bavo given it a trial—sorno iave made it a pemauent feature in their cultivation, but huudreds, to whom it would have proved a most valuable acquisition, liavo not given it evou a trial. Crimson clover should bo planted ju any .district where tho ordinary red clover does not flourish, as it frequently succeeds to a .wonderful extont where that fails to grow. It is valuable as a hay crop, for grazing, or for cutting green. A crop of it, oven when cut or grazed closo to tho ground, will leavo jbho ground as much richer in nitrogen as if a good dressing of sulphate of amonia or nitrate of soda had been applied, but, in addition to that, its deop searching roots bring supplies of potash and phosphate that have been below the reach—of shallower rooting plants up towards the surface, and the amount contained i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders Promptly Attended t<?. Alfred Lees, .(Workshop Oppocito Milton Houbo, Bovyrol), ' ' " ' ' ■ G89 BUSHELS.... of Bio BEw CAN be grown op onc plapt. of TONG AN .BK A.N in a suitable olimatc. We have ofher good things in our oataloRue. Send one shilling stamps for '? catalogue1 and aoket of fliixed jlower soeds—100 aorta. . '* HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed and I'tant Merchant, lioronm, Bailor's Greek,' V. : N.S.W. . Bong Bong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. ESTIMATES a?HER. , .. 'CHARGES'STBIOTD? MOOBBA.TB. OuO tTp to Date Boot Making. W. 'SMITH,. Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, Bowral. .All kinds of best work miulo'tn -liionnuro. "Hand. Hewn JJoots made to o'rtlcr, -Bast Itcjjuirs iri-town.; Ladies' Piniips turned. Children's School Hoots mndo to^-mcusuco at Store I'riccs. ■ ■ ■;■■■ Good "Work and Best" Material guaranteed. ■Repairs done same day if required. - FRUIT AND CQHFEGTt...

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W. C. T. U. AN APPEAL TO AUSTRALIAN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

W. C, T. v.. An Appeal to AuoTbaliam Wqiiisn. . (By Ellia Hopkins.) It is impossible for me to address Aus tralian mothers nnd those who, though not inolhers, are yet in' loco parentis, without ■iirat of all expressing1 the deep and grateful affection which we bear to them for having dome to the help of the mother country in laer great difficulty and peril, without warn ing, our own territories were invaded aud utterly unprepared aa we wore-through our jiatred of the .war, and were forced, to defend onr own people. , No nation but our -own . recognises that the Empire, unlike auy pther, has no territorial continuity, but is only bound together by high character and utter lovulty to one another aud to th S; great principles of juslico, freedom, and equal rights on which' our empire is bused, .and violating whioh the'Empire itself falls • to pieces.:' But ; you have recognised iti You have given us your hero, sons to; fight this battle By Vonr. Bide; your; tears, tears such as only mo...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

RAILWAY INEQEAJATIO&. ; Passkxoer trains arrive at ?(owrnl Crom Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays exocptod 7 87 a.m. (Paper-Train) daily, Sunday exocptod 11.12'B:mi, Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday exeeptod 5.83 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday oxceptoil 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney:— 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted G.SG a.m.- Sunday only, stops Mittagong and ■ : • Strathfiold only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday Excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathfiold only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Granville,'and Strathfield only. 1.34 p.m. daily, Sunday c^capted.

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The Cash Value of London. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

The Cash Value of Jjondoii. !' This is all mine," said the proud father who was showing his boy the Houses of Parliament. He had a very practical appreciation of the heritage^ of the Englishman, but he overlooked the fact that liis share in the Houses of Par liament was not worth much' more than half-'a-crown. The home of the Mother of Parliaments could not be built to-day for less thin five millions, and there are, of course, forty million "owners'" of it.' St. Thomas's Hospital,' across; the river, and the Albert Embankment running along the front of it, aro worth together, over a million—each one ot the hospital " blocks " cost fifty thousand pounds'; and. Westminster-bridge, the widest' bridge in the world, ran up a builder's' bill' of .'a quarter of a'million. ' Within sight of this bridge are: two hotels which twd round millions would not buy ; and Somerset House, which stands in the credit book' for half a million. : Waterloo.b'ridge,_also within view, was a'cklamitous failur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

NOTICE. WE beg to intimate that MR. J. COPE lms taken over out business as NURSERYMEN, SEEDSMEN, FLORISTS, &o., and wl)ilo thanking the gonoral viublia (or their patronage in tbo past, B9k that they will continue to acaord the samo to /our Buace8S0F, to whon) ajso nil outstanding accounts pre to be paid, AVJNG taken ovor the business known as COPE AND SONS, Nurserymen, Seedsmen, Florists, etc., Bowral, I solicit, and shall esteem the Continued support ot the general public, and by care ful attention to business will endeavor to merit their kind patrqnage (or all kinds at Trees, Plants, Roses, | Pujba, Seeds, Loose plovers, all kinds - ot Floral Work, eto. Tl?e naraa of the firm will not bo altered, 17 Feb,, 1902.. (Signed) COPE & SONS, Bowiat. NOTICE. 1192 (Signed) JOHN COPE, bowral. For Private Sale, or To Let for a Term. ~ " ANNEItLIJY," large OottaRO Residence with cverv convenience and 160 acres of land, now occu pied by 0, J, Hoylo ISeq. Poasoaaiou in April nest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

Reirjoved t Removed! 1 "" lips removed Jo MORE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next to HILL BROS. Coach Riulding and Ilorao Shoeing carried out in besit style; f ' . ' ' 1 • " A' SILVER WATCH' ;' EQR:NOTHING. T"TTR hereby nii'lertnko to give one of.~ our J?AM VV l >US SILVER. WATCHES lifltor] at £2 2-, (Liuly'ft or Genllemiin'sj, to every MAN, WOMAN,' or Gil ILD who sends, us the correal reading of'tho fdllowing VUZZLti :— " ' :1 O/B ■ E*ST^K; Gt * ' Tho only condition is that if your answer is cor rect vou purchase'oris of our STBKLiNO SHYVliR CHAINS to wear with tho Wntch, SHND NO MONEY..' Siliijily fonviird your answer with or] addressed envelope for reply; and wo inform you if you hiivo won a wuteh. Wo nro making ihis ofTnr io advertise our goods throughout" Australia. No duty. '• > '• ; • Address— ~ • • -iJ.DMftK BRAN (From Piirin and Geneva.). > ■1 ' ■ 113 Victoria Parade, ■' ' • ISust Melbourne, 1,187. Victoria. <S> DONE- ]>-■ I ori 4 ■ f/Mescription of TIM...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUSCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

BOWJRAL MUNICIPAL OOUSCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council, Chambers', at 7.30 p.'nj. " ' : Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12k a.m.'; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to" fi p!m. ' ' " . 'Alderman \V. Murray, M;iyor. ' Mr. W. 11. Farrow, council clerk. ■

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

SE;It 11.0 ES, T;Q,-M.O;BR0 W. Church of England. SIMON AND JUDE. BOWRAL. Divine Services, 11 and 7;30, si. strfqex's, siittaqono. Services IX and 7.30. Pronoher, Bpv.D. Rutledge. WINGECABBIBBEE. Burrawang 11, Up. Mittagong 3, Kangaloon.7.30, Rev. D.T..Smithy Methodist Church. FOREIGN 3IIFSION SUNDAY. Bowjal, Bendooley-streefc, Mr. W. H. Jones 11: Bong Bong-street, Rev. E. J. Piper 7.30; MittaRong, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.30 Moss Vale, tfov. E. J. Piper 3. Bundanoon, Bev. M. Maddern 11and 7.30, Penrose, Bev. M. Maddern 8 Balmoral, Rev, A. W. Parton 11 Colo Valp, Rev. A. W. Parton 3.30 (S.S.A.), Presbyterian Chiiroh. Mittagong, 11 Bowral, 3.30 and 7.30: Rev. G-. A. Gordon^ Roman Catholic Church, - • Mittagong 9, Bowral 11 Rev; Fr. Sheridan-, Salvation Army. Hjirraoks, Oddfellows'Hall, Bowral, 7 and 11a.m. 3; and 7. p.m. Captain E. F. Suter..

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ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES. The fixtures for the Bpwral. Association, Cricket, Club are aa follows : — Feb. 22—Thirlmpre at Thirlraere, half day. March 1—Oarapbclltown at Bowral, all Jay. March 8..- Unnclanoon.at Bowral, half day. - March IS. Disengajed. March 22—Burrawang at Burrawang, half day. March 29— Ferndale O.O; (Sydney), at Bowral, all; day. . March 31—Yaralla O.C. (Sydney)j at Bowral, all, dSy.. The following team are requested to, catch 1.30 train: to-day tOj represent; the. Bowral Association in a. match, a.t Thirl-, .i mere against the. local team :—Messrs,. . W.Savell, L. Comer, E;, H., and C. Jpnes, W; Griffiths, F. and C. Cope, J;. Huggett, F. Shiel, H. Poole, and H'.. Shiel (12)., ; .

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A World Wide Reputation. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

A World Wide Rcnutation. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea^ Remedy has a world wide reputation for its curea. It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take. JijJS sale by D,. Morgan, ChemiBt, B.owral..

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The Plague. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

The Plague. Up to .Thursday evening there , have been 2% C&368 of plague in Sydney, and 8 deaths. The eighth death was on Wednesday. Her Majesty's Theatre, where " Ben Hur "- was being staged, has been closod for a time hi, consequence of a plague case being found on the promises and another in the vicinity. It cost £6000 to stage this play, in' which 400 aro employed, so the closing up means a loss. Syduey iff, being thoroughly cleansed, again.. ' j

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THE EXPANSION OF AN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

THE EXPANSION 'OF-AN AUSTRALIAN. INDUSTRY. Mr. S- A. Palmer of Vitadatio fume, whose advertisemeuts appear regularly in our columns, ia leaving Australia for the United Kingdom,, where he intends to estab lish the business. The sale of this wonder ful Herbal Kemedy has grown to. such an extent—being now obtainable in the re motest districts of Australasia and New Zbr liin.d-^rthat Mr. Palmer lias decided to carry it. through the world. From Great Britain, be will go to America, But hia departure is not for good ; lie hopes to visit Australia in about twelve or eighteen months. As he leaves the end of March, his time is con sequently short and fully occupied, and no time should be lost by those desiring either "a personal interview or direct correspon dence. The business will be carried ou as usual during Mr. Palmor's absence at his various depots. He has onr hearty good wishes for- his success in the old and other lands he. will visit to extend bis ulready mammoth busi ness,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET IN THE TRAOi THROUGHOUT THE WOFU.D. Avoid Inferior Imitation?, and see that cach 'pejr btf;us'th|s*trade Mnrk on'band {'nildei ' ——— \4tkLt<1 03Tfl:^3LE FROM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. Solu Agenls for Australia— FLINOER3 -L&k BARRACK ST., "SYDNEY. eORSOORFF & Co.FUNDE,,3 uk' MeLBOURNfc Jf || f$ & U M il Hi Kmbotlica tJfe Fobcl qualities of Tea or Dour without injury to the Nervous Gy&ictn, mul does not Intoxicate. *. Tlieio's nothing dan equal clo browed' U&" from tho root of the Oantiulioiii •• Jtu-j atl tho Bracing1 Powfir. Color, Clc'nrnop«j» , Hcucl, fitc of tlu> BcMt.Sritijh Ecor. II'h a Tonic. • It s un AtuK'lijKT * 412 .t'Uloo<l Purifier. ' ' HV iirnvrd like lU«r. Looks like ileGft 'ii tasto* like l»eei% t It b iv.Mcdiciuc as well aua leverage. trooil for Infinite ari<l Invalids. Brewery f GEO. ST., CAMPERDOWH..,SYDNEY, mms For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind an...

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Cricket. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' RETURN MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

Cricket. FRIENDLY' SOCIETIES,' RETURN; Ky / IVIATCH.. On Wednesday afternoon. last the re-, turn match, between, the representatives, of the Bpvvral and Mittagong Friendly. Societies took place at Mittagong, when5 the Mittagongites again proved them selves "'too good.'1,for the visitors. The Mittagong team defended the wickets first,, and the three men who handled the bat fy-st made a. very respectable score, butj: a," dry rot u set in,, and the- rest of? the wickets fell for very few'runs; but on. adding up were found to,have. the. grand; total of 156. runs to-their, credit, Messrs.. T. Hudspeth, J;. W. Loseby, and' H._ Childs (not out) contributing 1.36. bet ween., them. The Bowral team, next handled; the willow, and the first three men of this, team also scored, well—Messrs. Savell,, H.uggett, and X* Cope making 96 between.; them. As to what happened the rest of;' the team we are not prepared,to, say, but they evidently must have. been, suffering; from plague: or some other .drea...

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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

Association Debate. A debato was held in llio Association Hall on Wednesday evening lust, the Speaker, Mr. Albert Cliapman, occupyiug tlm chair. The minutes of the proviotis debnle wero read and adopted on llie motion of Messrfl Chris Slack and Jos Stokes. ' Iu the questions,, Mr, Edwards asked why the Premier had nor, given proper notico of the subject £<>r the evening. The Premier contended that the rules had been adhered to. The Speaker was appointed to the posi tion of Chairman of Comraiitees for tho evening on the motion of Messrs Slack and Pember. The House resolved itself into corninif tea. on the lmtion of Messrs Slack and' Divid son for the purpose of resuming tho discus sion on the remaining clauses of tho Local Op'iuu Bi|l. MessL'o Slack and D ividson moved the adoption of clause 7 as follows •.—" -I.n Iho event of a vo'o declining against the re newal of a licence the applicant shall be en titled to compensation." Mesar3 Edwards, Barlow, Drescher, iiud' Fro...

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LTTERS TO THE EDITOR. Dogs and Perambulators. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

UTTERS TO THE EDITOR, Dogs and Perambulators, Sir,—I uotice in your report of Clio last council meeting that our civic fathers are troubled about straying dogs, and perarabu.-. lalors, invalids1 chairs, &c. I take it, Mr.. Editor,, that a private citizen has as much right to let liis registered dog out on the. street as our aldermen have to take fheic dogs about with them. As regards the in-T t. valids'chairs, I think wo have about three" of these in town In use at the present time, and it is ouly a few weeks back since our Municipal Fathers were discussing tho ad-, visability of forming bridges at the stroot corners to enable these chairs Id be got on. the footpaths with as little trouble as pos-. siblo, but now some of them soem to have notlii.ug else to occupy their time only to try and see if tho municipal body could not, find an act or by-law to prevent/these poor invalids from, travelling oa tli.e footpaths.. I am, etc., One Who Peels Fob The Afflicted.

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The Breath of the North. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

The Breath of the . North. "By A BANKER,' The torrid, zone, though ■abounding in many beaiities iirtseen in colder, -'temper-' ate climes^-1'ts'.graceful palms, richly flowering tropical shrub's, brilliant, many hued orchids and forest climbers; ' it's brightly paidted ""birds and butterflies';' with many another endowment of. boun teous nature! who in those regions h'as shovvered down her gifts with such lavish Jia'nd.—yet: that faypjij^d zone never sees one of:.tHe molt, beautiful and grace'ful of all tlie moods of, nature—the wintry la'nd; scape'af.ter a heavy night-mist has frozen upon the trees and. shrubs, and has trans formed, the leafless vegetation into.perfect visioris'of surpassing beauty. Tlie graceful Queen of the woods, ;ber penddnt symmetrical boughs nqv/adorned in dazzling whiteness, every twig '"and spraiyrobed in sliining crystals, depend ing in hanging wreaths almost down to the snow-covered ground ; spruces, cloth ed, in a mantle of snowy spangles; the sturdy oak...

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Original Poetry. REINSTATING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

• - Original Poetry* REINSTATING. Study well this vital question, iE're it be for you too late, '• Yo\i can find'them by tl:e hundred, Who have gone beyond the date: IV^ariy hearts are fillled with sorrow, Many honies are full of grief, ' Puting ofl-until to-morrow, ' That which guaranteed relief. Think the matter over calmly, It deserves your'sober thought, Js it justice to your family ' ' Giving up before you ought ? Remember Well the world is careless • Of your'loved ones left behind ; Life for' them is bare and cheerless, • Though your friends be ever kind. Trials come in untold number,. ' Battles yet that must be won, Through them all don't be a grumbler, . For your race may soon be 'run'; '• When your hands at last are folded, Duty nobly has been done ; " ■ Useful lives by you were moulded3 • Fitted for the life to come. Reinstate, do not delay it, Think of.those for whom you pay I , If.you owe a payment, pay it, ' ; Life may close for you to-day. Not a'day but vyhaf some hous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

IN LESS glX VRAljS WEBBER'S VITAIJATIQ Hi|s Covered' Several Uonthipitti, READ WHAT IT IS DOING, Nervous Debility, and Indigestion. M3. % YfEftBER, ' • Solo Proprietor, '-iAtiNOKsroN, T.aaman^a. Dear Sir,— - Your advertisements and illustratsd pages enclos ed with eaoh Bottle of your remedy having at mere random {alien into my hands through'the agency of my friends, I pursued' the same most carefully,' and was struck by the almost miraculous healing power whioh ysnr Aostiiauan HnmiAL Rejteey, YITADA TIO, possessed, and with marvellously good offeota poor suficrora obtained from its use, and sometimes 'in their hopelessness and despair. At that time I was Buffering from Indigestion, and sometimes of Nervous Debility, so I thought' !' would try the qualities of WEBBER'S VITADA.TIO.' To my astonishment ray nervous system is altogether re stored again,'indigestion gone, which I suppose was its cause, and am at present enjoying the best of health, after 'having ' used four boMlea of your...

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