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

lj ■ h . ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel, in Tftwn. Only Best Bmnds of-Winen and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION ut roosoriable rates. " First-class BILLIARD TABLK. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cutilc Turd?. 1 "'• ■ ' •' FItEQ.' ORA'HAM., G2 . • v.:: ■'Proprietor.' A< "WV Seer, lias Bikes fqrrI£U;<3/

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

DEATH, Yet another family has been cast into deep sorrow, in this town, viz., Mr. and Mrs. J. Hilder, by the death at the Coast Hospital of their son, Edward, from the dreaded plague. On Wednesday evening word was received that the doctor did not anticipate any danger, so that when news came by the 8 o'clock train on Thursday night that he was dead, the blow was a very severe one. " Ted" was well-known here, and great sorrow is expressed at his untime- ly death, and deep sympathy with the be- reaved family in their bereavement.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

THANKS. ON behalf of the Trustees of the Methodist Church, Bendooley-street, I desire to THANK all those good friends at the church for their contri- butions in money and goods to the stall-holders, and for the Industrial Exhibition prizes given. 1197 M. MADDERN.       FOREIGN MISSIONARY MEETING. A FOREIGN MISSIONARY MEETING will be held in the Bendooley-street Methodist Church, Bowral, on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 o'clock. The REV. E. J. PIPER, from China, will give an address on " Strange Ways of a Strange People." Chinese Costumes, Curios, and Music. Collection will be made for Missions. 1195

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 February 1902

      PUBLIC NOTICE. S. J. McBARON wishes to inform Griffiths Bros. numerous customers that for a few   weeks while he is working in the Braidwood district MR. C. McDONALD, Victoria-street, Bowral, will   transact all business till further notice.

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

; '■ POINTERTARS. ' " I (By Poii and-Ink.) . Proruier John Sue will go to London after all. And with his broad-block build, black hair and-board,'bright genial eyes, alert ■ manner and volcunic voice, he will attract attention and compel interest even among the moat distinguished of tho corona tion .crowd. . . Mr. Barton will no doubt accept the Chief Justiceship of tho Commonwealth on his return from the coronation. As ha is now saturated with Imperialism, and as tho A-118* tralasian daily press simply steams will) Imperialism. Australia's noblest sou will pot hesitate to accept a baronetcy ; ho may even blossom into a Duron. IIow would Lord Barton souud ? Mr. J. H. Carrutbers, the potential leader of tlie Opposition, has been hard hit in liti gation for |£1000 and heavy costs. This revorso will, nq doubt, settle ilia present enthusiasm for politics and induce' hiin to devote all bis time to his profession Pro fessional considerations prevented him figur ing as a successful candida...

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A World Wide Reputation. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

A World Wide Hicpjitiitioh., Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and. Uianhoeu Remedy has a wnrlri wide reputation for il3 cures. It novor .Ciiils and is plimsmit and ssfe to taltO; I'or .sale by D. Morgan, Chemint, Uovrral. "

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Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

RFarrQ.iv ■ JESscape, .Miss Wlyting, daughter of Mr. W. Whiting, one of the principal 111 the soft goods firm of I-I. Bull& Co., Sydney, who. is at. present an a visit to Bowral, had a very narrow escape from death on Satur day afternoon. 'She was riding a horse along Bong Bqng-street, when" the animal swerved round suddenly to the left, un seating Miss Whitiug, su\d causing;her to hang over the saddle on the. o.ff side, her foot remaining fast in the, stirrup,.v rMr. W. G. Small, storekeeper^ "and ;!seto|ral others who noticed the occurrence, at once rendered assistance, relieving Miss Whit ing from her perilous position, after which Mr. Small carried her, in an exhausted condition,!to Mr, Mathews' shop near by-; : and we are glad to say-she soon regained sufficient strength to return home. , "V' ''1

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Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

•;^,,•..y;i -j::j-w:\S jtii(f£Sjyjf' Dance. The dance held in-the Oddfellows' Half last Thursday night passed off wejl as could be expected under the circum stances. The night was very much against an enjoyable time,-being so hot and;closej but all. the same those who attended had a very good time. A good programme was put through and the dancers were well satisfied when at twelve o'clock the last dance was' announced, Mr. Vincents offi ciating at the piano, so nothing an -the score of music was wanting. Mr. Holt and Mr. Sanderson contributed extras, which.were much appreciated. Mn Hop wood was in his usual good form as M.C. To-morrow night (Thursday) Mr. Hop wood.will hold another dance from 8 to 12, which entries close for the Waltzing contest, which starts on th'e.*iollowing Thursday evening, March 6th.j j.and all those intending to compete can enter up to ten o'clock to-morrow night at the dance. • • , .

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ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES; [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES; The iixiuroa for tho Bowral Association Cricket Club aro as follows:— . March 1—Oampballtown at Bowral; nil day. March 8;-Bundanoon nt Bowral, half day. _ ' Marah 15.--Disengaged. • March 22— Burrawang at Burrawang, half day. . March-29—Ferndale 0.0/(Sydney), at Bowral;.all day. ... V". March 31'—Yswalla C.C.-(Sydney), at .Bowral,.all day. ... .

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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. THIRLMERE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

Cricket. SOWllAL ASSOCIATION v. THIRL MERE. • . • Tho Bowral Association .journeyed^ to Thirlmcre on Saturday last, and suffered defeat by tho locul team, The acorns fire as.follows:— ^ . Association. -. ■" F. Copo o Chew b Cuncliffe... . . - 5 Ii. Bboil.b Cuncliffe.,, ... • ... • r 0 W. Griffiths c Chiddy bRatter . ..." 18-is C. Cope b-Rutter' ... ... ..." ■ E. Jonen c I)avis b Cuncliffe .. ... L. Corner b Buttteiv : ... T 0. Jones o Ohiddy b Cuncliffe ... II. Jones b Cunoliffe • ... - F. Sheil b Cmicliffo - ■ ... < ; II. Vickery c BiUtor b Cnnclilie' ... 0. Swan not out ... ' ... ,.. Total TuiIiLMEIlE. J. Davis rnn out. ... _ .. . L. Butter b Griffiths - ... — Nobbs b Coiner ... ... II. Batter b Griffiths ■.. . .. S.-Chiddy b E. Jones, ,, A. Phillips b Oomer... '— Gnnclifle b Comer 1 ... H. Diivin o Comer b .J?. Cope J. Chew not out - .. J. Diwis.c E.,JoneB b Comer. i. — Edwardn c E. Jones b E,- Jones . ! Sundries ... Total . A mnfcch was played- at .Burrawang on Saturd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

B.ERRIMA. IJlSTJtfCT A.H. & I. Society. <-■ 506 ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD ON THE SHOWGROUND, MOSS VALE, On March 6, 7, and 8, 1902. Grand Hunting ar,d jumping Contests '" Sheep Dog Trial. Entries close on Thursday, Feb. 27th, *1902. " ••" '' • ; •' ; JAS. YEO, Hon, Sec.. I 178 MOST PEOPLE ~|cisio;vy"7 And. most probably.. YQU: KNQW that. Rutherford and Wickfyam a. continually increasing, trade is proof of our being on t.he. RI.GM^ BASIS. to do l)iisinpss,,and that we are;giving it careful and personal.attention^ \Vc solicit a trial order. ' . , .I'!.; . ■■ . . ■ » • •" pave us the pleasure, of your, business.during, next week, or forrnext, i^ionth. We are confident the, result will be in,your favor,. RUT HER FORD] & WICKHAM, . General Merchants, v /; : . i -. , i ....... . • 5 BOWRAl. SIfZr. Cecif Complon, Euptr,s Received or. Visited in Bowrul- and, District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND. SINGING. ^iuiditlatcs^ prepared for College and-University'Examinations, i...

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Missionary Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

Missionary Meeting. Theaunual Foreign Missionary Meeting was held in the Bendooley-street Metho dist Church on Wednesday evening last. A kind of preliminary meeting had been held on the previous Monday night, but never before, even when this building was known as the " Wesleyan " Church, has its seating—and standing—accommoda tion tyeen so greatly taxed. Long before the meeting had commenced, all the availr able seats hail been taken, and those \yh'q were unfortunate enough.t.o arrive a little late, had to be content with "stand; ing room only." The able manner in whjcfi the Rev. E. J. Piper delivered }]io sermon on Sunday evening no doubt drew large numbers, while many others were probably attracted by the prospect of witnessing the rather novel sight,' for Bowral at least, of five ladies and gentle men, attired in Chinese costumes, \vl}Q were to take part in the proceedings. And we feel safe in saying that no one was disappointed. The five "Chinese" friends were seated in front of...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Wednesday, February, 26, 1902. HOW THE WAR IS REGARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

THE FREE PRESS, Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Wednesday, February, 26, 1902. HOW- THE WAR IS REGARDED. Tliere lias been a great"revival of interest, in and discussion on the war in Soulli Africa.' For a long time everybody viewed the question with patienco, satisfied tbat' ►peace was 'in sight, and that a perturbed, territory.' would soon lie settled. down to boomibc. business. : To everybody's snrpriso and sincere regret' the war lias been prolonged to an exasperat ing'length and finally seems to be as far off as ever.' It" is now two years and five month's since we set about prepaiing out first contingent aud many people' smiled at ' the idea, so confident were they tbat peace would be signed long before our boys"sighted the shallow port of Durban. Since then ' we have lost count of contingents, and this .week ft Commonwealth contingent has sailed .for.'the'front. And nobody says they will' put the finishing touches on the stupendous enterprise. The war is coming ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

, aKHyn1;.". . ■■ ■ ...... .. WANTED, by respectable girl, SITUATION an Light General or Housemaid. Apply, M.W., (o/e Y.W.C.A., Bendooley-stvoet, liowral. 1201 17OR St\LE-20gogd Daffodil Bulbs, in 5 varie . tiofl, 3/6; HO, in 7 varieties, 5/; <12. in 10 .varieties, 7/0 ; 00, in 1-1 varieties, 10/0; 100, in. 20 jratieties, 20/, post tree. Cash with order, COPE AND SONS, Bowral. 1194 SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING. and COM; MEROIAL EDUCATION for Indies and gentlemen. Accommotlotion (or boarders. ST. RAUL'S COLLEGE, BURWOOQ. 1175 I7*OR SALTS.—Two young COWS in full milk, : very quiet. A'so one.LADY.'S and GJSNT'S flACIC,! and ono 'CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. Also light double-seated BUGGY and HAjiNESS. 'Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. A DANCE will be hold in-the ODDPEf.LOWS' HALL, to-tnorrow (THUKSDAY EVENING) Dancing from 8 till 12. ' G. E. Vincent, I'iamst. T. Hopwoodi M.C. Entries close for llio Wulizing Contest at 10 o'oloclt, open to all comers. lJrizo8 amounting to £3 3s to...

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ITEMS OP INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

ITEMS OP INTEREST. To day the post office will he open from 9 to 10 a;m. only, and the first' delivery will be made by-letter-carriers. The tele graph office will be open from 9 to 10 a:m, and. from 6, to 8 p.m. The breakaways which occurred' last win ter, on the road from this district <to tho Wombeyan Oaves have boon remedied,- and the road, which waB blocked for a time, is 1 again open for vehicular traffic. At the II o'clock moruing service of Sun day, March 9, his Grace, the Archbishop of Sydney, will occupy thepnlpit in St. Jude's Church, Bowral, the collection to go, towards the funds for paying the interest pp the 'Cliuxch. debt, which now stands at £.404, the interest of which amounts, to £24' an nually. A social evening will be held in.Sfc. Jude's School Hall on Thursday eveui'ng," when ; Miss Calder, a lady whose life, is devoted. Jo 'forwarding tlie interests of the Ministering .Children's League, will give an addresB to itbg ipembers and friends of the League...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

Wo are naked to make the following oo;>. reoliou concerning the Iitit publisiieJ iii,o«ir. Saturday's issue of llie proeueds of the ru eiiiit Gavclen Fete iu aid of St. Jmle'i Church Dniry produce stall, £17/10/4^ farm produce aud summer drinks, £12/12^2

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Went to Visit His Sister. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

• Wiuit. tn Visit His Sister. A J. Cotiinnhiiin went to WaahiiiHtoii Go., Ark.,< U.S,.^., to see his sister, and while there was taken wiilrflux .(dysentery) and'.was-very bad off. He decidcd to try Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected, that "he wrote the manufacturers a letter in praise of- their' medicine. Mr.Cottingham resides at Lockland,. Ark., U.'S.A. For Bale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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GOOD DAIRY COWS ARE VALUABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

GOOD. DAIRY CO,WS.ARE VALUABLE. ; Never in our life have wo mat a farmer.. who. the owner of a good cow but that "tHe**owuer-waa-loncl-in-piaiiie.. of,.the, animal an:i proud that, lie: waa her owner (sava^ " Dairy Age.") The faruiar who. owus a. good cow known lliafc the uow is a money- , maimer, and knows that a herd of cows as. good would be a 'profitable'undertaking. onw any farm. But farmers are slo'w to c ttoi) on to the fact that a good herd can be reaivd in a few yeari.it' the work is set about in it-, proper manner., Wliat a moat delighted sot of farmers the West would have if each ono. would some morning wako-up and fifctl in, his lot a herd of cows as good milkers ai the, host ono he i\o\v owns! A herd of good, milkers is worthy of any'man's. admiration. The farmer who has perseveranceand^ntdv ligeuce enough to get together a good dairy;, herd has reason to be proud of his achieve* nie'uts.

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Bicycle Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

Bicycle Road Race. . Tbe race in connection with the Bowrnl Bicyclo Club will be run thia afternoon at four o'clock, when a start will be made from the Boat Office. The course to be taken,is albng.the Kangaloon-road, past Mr. Boyle's, and along Moss Vale Road home. The fol lowing are the handicaps :— W. Foord, F. Chesterton J. Williams F; Shiel H. Shiel, E.Jones N; Oushing scratch five seconds seven „ ten ,, fifteen ,, . three minutes, five „

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 February 1902

A Cure for Cholera Infinitum. " Last May," soys Mr. Curtis Baker, of Book waiter, 0., TXS. A., " ail infant child of our neigh bour's was suffering from Cholcru Infantum, T|io doctor had given up all hopes of recovery. I tool: a bottle of Uluimbjjrlain's Colio, Cholera and Diar rhoea Itemed? to the house, telling them I felt suvo it would do good if usod according to directions. . In two days' tirao the child had fully recovered, and is now (nearly a year since) a vigorous, healthy girl. I have recommended this Remedy frequently and havo never known it to fail in nil}' single instance." For sale by 1). Morgan, Chemist, Uowral.

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