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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Nothing Like Oil. " In dealing with man, remomber that a spoonful of oil will go farther than a Ration of ,vinegar.'1 The same may bo said of children. ; There is nothing no good for, ojhilflreii as. the old-fashioned cnstnr oil. However, mu'ch they'abhor it, it is. their best, rnedi-.. cine for disorders of. tlio bowela. In the most sevpre oasea;of;diarrhoaa and dysentery, however, Cham; berlain's Colic, Cholera, and, Diarrhoea Remedy should bo given after the oil operates. a,id a quick cure, is Bare to follow. For sale by j). Moitov , OhemiBt, Bowral. " It's a Well-Assorted Match" ia the. exclamation of every loyal Englishman, in speaking, of; the recent marringe* of Ptince George of Wales and Princess May. That the happy pnir will be spared to rule over our country wisely and well, aud enjoy the. blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find au echo in majiy hearts.; Holloway's ;Pi|ls and Ointment, have been the means of ;prolonging, tliousapds of poople in all parts of the...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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A Corrugating World. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

A Corrugating World. By A. BANKE-R. In that long bygone aeon, when.the earth, was without, form and void, When there Was no chalk, no coal, no diry land, but only asemi-molton mass of plutonic rocks, the outer crust of which was slowly cool ing dovvxi, the bulk of this planet of ours must have been considerably greater than it is at the present, time. At that time, there were no mountains, no rivers, no life ; and a dense pall of steam and basaltic smoke immersed^its entire surface in cim: merian, darkness. As the cooling, process gradually accelerates this, vapourous shroud becomes.mbce and more attenuated, and . tlie hitherto mist-veiled, sun, mopn, and stars, now at length begin to shine, F,or &,'■ tim'e. a. period of comparative, quietude now appears, to reign, and the. vast deposits of chalk.and lime are slowly formed by the deposition upon the bed. of, the oceansof the minpte shells of innumer able.genera tionsof vast myriads of micros copic shell-fish—perfectly. forme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

THE STANDARD HIGH-GLASS CORSET; IN.. THE'TRADE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD# Avoid Inferior Imitations, and see that each pair. boars this Trado Mark on.band inside* ■t 03TAINA3LE FflCM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE, Sole Agents.for Australia?*. FLINDERS LAN BARRACK ST., SYDNEY. & Gfl FL'N:?Ef?3 LANE' MELBOURNE. Ililll'illlHlll.ggTagB & #J JC55?" Tho's's no!h!r>£ can,cqiinl ale brewed' i'hff" from: the, root .of. (he Uamltilan. Embodies the goocl qualities of Tea or without Injury, to the Nervous SyuUra, aad:ciuea not Intoxicate., It's.Ati Ajnn.'t.is«M'. Ij.'s.a lllnud I'lirillor. hooka liUv lict-r U tufit'cs like. Jtoer. i l-e'VjM'au't*. U'sjjowl For jnfuul^aiHl Invalids. YOU'G.M OAHUJ.UQ.Ji.ALE 1} Jrv.n.Tc.nic, brr\w<l like lifci*. ix .SS<-tl:ciiic «•> wt-11. ... - - 11 s thij iMmithon'Ak,. . Il'« L-riiWul' hy Mr i;t£OU<?K NMCJIOIiLSrJ'rpivsctor, fit itll i^c. y.OU PUKII'VK. jib t.YfiaEM." SVUIMf.V PIUCES In Ci\s.<a1*0^. £Uo/: *•....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

WEAK, WEARY AND WORN. '" .<—«»*$ A CompSsfe Resuscitation, ' I - •• • " TIjo easa of PJ1P.S. E. S. GLENN. (T.KPORTED fob The Journal.), /•i •on.soqucnce of hearing a few r.emarks U:c indisposition of a lady residing at To Uiuvuland-stvcefc, Sydnev, our repro ' ' calfccl afc that address and ex -tfMi.-i.-ii a il'jjii'o to "her. husband, who, i Ih.j door, to ba granted Ihp favor i ' i'!!(!rvieyv with jlrs.'Glenn on the j I liy all means," replied Air. Glenn. ■•J ii.'i, mow inside, and, I'm anro my. wifo v -!i l:u L'liid to tell you all about it." The i 1 i war, acoopted, and the cratwhilo ) ielated her story in tliB. following i i - -- ;-(> iic timo ago—V>ctw§cn two a:ul threes \~-vk. .1 must bo—I bocasnc eoiiSM-niu of tho' I * I, i i'-.iv ail illness of siimo ki:r.l wan < ., on mo, al:no!i(i iinporccptihly. Jt clear to mo that I was becoming .. , ^icauso of a iiiost unpleasant scn;vj of situile, a feeJiiis; of luck tif ijitorbst 1 uteiiidiliereneo to cvcry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

2.Tj'iIi for Bicycles.

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B. D. A. H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

B, D, A. H. & I. Society. The committee of the above society bold its usual monthly meeting in the grandatand on the show ground on Monday afternoon, Mr. T. Beery in the chair. The minutes of the last mooting -wore read and confirmed. The secretary stated that as yot they had not secured a jndge for the vegetable Bection. Mr. Gavin Goorgo wrote apologising for .his inability to attend the meeting on Mon day, and saying a former letter of his in reference to the placing of a gate at or near the north-weBtern corner of the show ground for tho convenience of the members and visitors from the Bowral side of the district had been shelved by the committee. The writer stated that he had interviewed Mr. A. D. Badgery and tho Hon. W. McConrt, both of whom were favorable to the project imd would support it, and he asked that the committee re-open the matter. Mr. D. Mornce expressed the opinion that, the request was only reasonable, and it should be granted as it would save about a mil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

shiiima. District A.H. & I. Society. ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD ON THE SHOWGROUND, MOSS. VALE, On March 6, 7, and 8, 1902, Grand Hud ting and Jumping Contests Sheep Dog- Trial.. Entries close on Thursday, Feb. 27th, *902* JAS. YEO, Hon, Sec.. 1178 MOST PEOPLE KNOW And' most probably YOU KNOW that Rutherford and Wickliam a continually increasing trade is proof of out: being on- the RIGHT BASIS i la clo business,, and that we are giving, it careful: and personal attentions* » We solicit a trial order- ' <■ Give" us the pleasure of your business during' next week,, or for next month. We are confident the result will be in your favofr. RUTHERFORD & WiCKHA Greiieral Merchants,, BOWRAL Dtilr. Cecil CompUit. PurfM Received or Visited in Bowral and District, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING' 'Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music„ Address : . Post Office, Bowiuti, p^UNG'S «. »»»»»»$»❖»♦»»»»♦♦♦»»»»♦♦♦♦ acgqrdeohs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

A Communication. Hn. Editor—.Allow me to apeak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for thiee years with the bronchitis and could not. sleep at niglits. 1 tried several doolors and variouB :patent medicines, but could get nothing-to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, which has completely relieved me.—W. S. Bbooksian, Bagnell, Mo., U.S.A. This remedy is for sale by O. Mono ah, Chemist, Bo\vral> SUBSCRIBE TTO . THE - FREE PRESS, i2s. PER QUARTER I IN" .ADVANCE. Gruesome Imaginations. A. Disordered Tho Caso o-F Mr." J. M. PALMEHi (For tlio Lcichhardt Standard.) '■ Ono of the most astonishing enseg of re covery from a serious illness of long sl intl in£ wna investigated by a ropoi Ut fioni tliis oflieo in oracr that wo may U'uig under Iks nofcico of.om; readers a pvactkr.1 iiiu.'stuitiou. of tho phenomenal sueccM which a' certain branch of medical science I;..s noi.icvo.l.Tha ovidencc lias been given by Mr. Ja'in Marie P...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, March 1, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published in Dowral, MilUigany, and Robertson. Saturday, March 1, 1902. ITEMS OP INTEREST. Spectacles Lost.—See advt. Trespassers on the grounds of " Meril bab " will be prosecuted.. See advt.. The Rev. XV. W. Butlcdge has been elected first president of the Methodist Conference of New South Wales* A sentence on a returned soldier has been suspended under the First Offenders Act, so as to -enable him to go, back to South Africa.. ; It is alleged that many men and their families are starving in Victoria, and a publio appeal for help is to be made on behalf of the unemployed. The Methodist Confcrsnoe now Bitting in Sydnoy has decided to amalgamate the Bowral Wcsleyan and Primitive eirouits with the addition of Big Hill, with one married minister and ono probationer. By advertisement it will ha seen that the bnUers of this district have deaided, owing to the advance in the price of flour, to inereaso the price of bread to 8d per loaf, commencing from to-day. The Rev.. M...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England,. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

:SEItVIO:ES TO-MORROW. Church of .England,. SIHON AND JUD£1."b<^VRAL. Divine Services; ll nnri 7.30 ,, ; ST. flTHPUHN's, MITTAQONO. . . . .ServiooB 11 anil 7.30 .. Freaclior, Rev. D Rulledge. ■ . WIKOBOABUIBDBK. . ' Robortaon.il, E. K&ugaloon 3, Burrawang 7.S0 > Rev. D. T. Smith. - Methodist Church. 'Bowral — Bendooloy-atrcot. Rev. M. Maddcrn'H Bong Bong-street, Rev.. A. ;W. . Parton :7.80 '.Mittagong—Rev. A. \Y..Purton 11, Roy. M. Mad dern730 . Moss'Viile—Rev. A. W. Pnrton.3 ■ Bandanoon—Mr. W. Luyton II,'Mr. E. H. Shoults 7.30 ' • Penrose—Mr. W. Brown 8 ■ . ■ - Balmoral, Rev. K. A. Corner 3 : Bnnbijtarian .Church. Mittagong,'11 " Bowral, 8.30 an^ 7.30 Rev. G. A. Gordon. , Roman Catholic. Church. . Berrima 9. Bowral 11, Mittagong 4 Rev. Fr..Sheridan. 1Salvation Army. Barraoks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 arid 11 a.m. 3 and-7 p ha. Captain E..J?. Suter.

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Ministering Children's League, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Ministering CSaildreii's League, A very pleasant social re-union of the parents,, children, and friends of the Miuis tering Children's League rwas spent on Thursday eveuing last, in St. Jude'-s School Hall. Owing to the illness ,of tlie late Mrs, Wilkinson and other circumstances, there had been a postponement from a prior date. There was a full attendance, amongst whom . we noticed the two ludy secretaries, Miss Lizzie Jones, Mrs. Howard and daughters, Miss Campbell and party from The Rift, Mrs. Gavin George, Misa Adkins, Mr. Hodge, Mr. Kyngdon, Misses Whiting, Misses Oaborue, Miss Brown , Mrs. Angus, Mrs. Yal. Riley and party, Mr. and Mrs. Beer, and mauy others. The haudiwork of the children was represented by a large number of exhibits, and the superior dis play ofchip-carving by the class conducted by Miss Adkius and Mrs. George elicited much praise. The usefulness of the carpentering class also was represented, as well as tbe laundry work of the League. These exhibits were care...

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ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

ASSOCIATION C.O; FIXTURES. The fixtures for the "Bowral Association Cricko. Club are as followB:— March 1—Carapbelltown at Bowml, all day. ■ ^ March 8. - Uundanoon nt Bowral, half day.' March 15. ~Disengaged. , - . March 22—Burrawang at Burrawang,'half 8ay . Maroh 29—Femdalo O.O. {Sydney), at Bowral, al •day. March 81—yaralla'.CJ.O. ^Sydney), at Bowral, al' day. ■ , .• ■

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Robertson Show. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Robertson Show. The twenty-second annual exhibition of J the Robertson Agricultural and Horticul tural Sooiety was opened on Thursday. Fine weather accompanied the first day of the show, but a westerly wind was blowing. It was one of the most successful shows hold in Robertson, the entries totalling 1600. All the sections wore well filled. The cattle entries totalled 850, and some very fine beasts were exhibited. Mr. M. E. Ilirdmarssh secured first prize for aged dairy bull, and also took the prize for a champion cow. Mr. Alex. Campbell, Mem ber for Kiama, officially opened the show. There was a large attendance ou the second day (Friday),' and a long programme, of events waB successfully gone through.. SECOND DAY. ■ The attendance on the second day was very lnrge, about 1200 attending. The gate receipts amounted to £'16, against £8 14s .for the first day. The weather was a little more pleasant Minn on the preceding day and, needless to Buy,, a good time was spent-, side shows_and t...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Cricket. The followingwill represent the the Bow ral Association to-day in a match ngainsi Campbell town on the Glebe wicket, piny t< start at 11 a.m.:—Messrs. J., E., and W. ■ Griffiths, R. Whatman, W. Finneran, W. JohuBon, J. Huggett, F. Cope, L, Miller. Li. Comer, and C. Jones. - The match between Mittagong and ' oaa Vale in connection with the D trie Schools' Competition was played at ft ittft gong on Saturday last, and resulted m a win for the Moss Vale team by 40 runs ' a the first innings. The result of this raatcb we understand, leaves Moss Vale to play ii the final against Bowral, and as the latter team were the premiers last year, no doubi the coming match will bo stubbornly cou tested.

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Manufacture of Steel Rails. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Mamifacture of Steel Mails. An offer has been made to the government for the establishment of works on the Parramatta River, hear Five Dock bridge, for the riianufacture of steel rails. The idea is_that the rails shallbe manu factured from ore obtained in the State. No decision has bet n arrived at by ministers pending certain information from the works and railway-departments, which the government wish to obtain. This information relates to the cost of steel rails delivered in Sydney dur-^ .ing the past ten years. When the particulars have been .supplied tninisters will decide what proposal; if any, should be submitted to par liament for approval. The estab lish men of. the-wo^ mean the employment, of about - 4000 men. ft is estimated that something like 20,000 tons will ; be required each' year; "that.is.for'new lines-and the replacing of woin-put,. rails. . The public-has not yet' forgotten - that ,there-was^one- scandal' connected "with steel rails and' this ministry. Perhaps th...

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A Cure for Snakebite [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

'• ilv'.. -7'- 1 \ r" , o , - & . &y>?iVjL Cure for Snalict>ifc e. The A1 bury Banner saysr-Mor nssey, that remarkable Ballarat :sft'al<e charmer, has bobbed up £tgain. On a former occasion he was arrested for being drunk and disorderly in a public place, and was arrested along with a candle box full of venomous snakes. This" time he had his snakes in a bag, and was having a lively set to in an hotel bar, using his bag of snakes as an offensive and defen sive weapon. He was bitten dur ing the encounter, and applied his remedy, and was little the worse for it next day when he appeared before the court. Much money has been spent on experiments to discover reliable cures for snake bite, and the really reliable ihing has not yet been found. Why is it that one of the specialists does not get hold of Morrissey, and prove the genuineness or otherwise of his cure ? . This is the second time the man has been bitten in public, and cured by the simple applicati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

. A journalistic enterprise that lias .been completely sticccssful Is the launching of " The World's News." This bigvhudget of the most interesting, entertaining,, and instructive of a flairs near and far has caught omnarvellously, and the city and country -are whitened at the week en J with the penny journal,; Every article is selected wilh the view of catering for the delight and information of the multitude. Everybody, therefore, looks forward to a hanquet'of fact'and information not to he (bund in the daily press, and is not disap pointed in the varied bill of fare of the World's News." It was thought im possible to produce such a publication at the price., but the resources of up-to-date printing and machinery have, accomplish ed the seemingly impossible. "The World's News" does not. supersede the daily press, it supplements it. If you are irvsearch of full particulars of • a world's sensation, you may" refer with confidence to "The World's News"—the emphatic '•hit in ilk- jour...

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Swallowing a Bullet. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Swallowing a Bullet. On Ocuober 26, ig~o, Sergeant J;I. L. Tebbutt, of the New South Wales Imperial"Bushmen, was with the firing line and amongst the mounted troops on the left flank at .the battle of Kaffir Kraal. Daring the .fight Tebbutt was struck in the ..mouth by a spent bullett which knocked five teeth out. He spat out the teeth and shortly afterwards fainted, and was taken to the field . jiospi.al, and thence to Zeerust, where he was attended by the medi cal officer, who considered . that Tebbutt had either spat the bullef put along with the teeth, - or had swallowed it. He has .not- been ieeiing well-for some time, and last Sunday night went to bed. ' After taking a dose of castor oil he began to cough; Then he was seized by swift sensation of vomiting, and reached up. a black object, which on examination proved to be a Mauser bullet. It was covered with slime, and great!}'' corroded. There was a slight dent on the nose end, but the shape of the bullet was unaltered,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

Came Near Being a Cripple. Josh Westhafer, o! Loogootee, Ind., U.S.A., is i poor man, but be says lis would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it cost five dollars i bottlo, for it saved him frcm beine a cripple. N external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck - sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It hat also cured numerous oas^a of partial paralysis. It if for aale by D. MoiiaiN, Ohomist, Bowral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 March 1902

ATjrrip,NTrrc medical opinions worth knowing.—Dr. Osborne aavs : I use SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray tor nasal catarrh, low lover, natlima, &c., with Rreat success. I find this preparation superior to all others." Dr. Stahl: " I have used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but I Rot hotter results from SAND BR A sons' EUCALYPTI extract than from any other." Dr. Preston : " I nev< r lise any Euealytus preparations other than SAN'DRB ,S sons', as I found tho others to be nlraost ukuIoss." Dr. Hort: It rocs without saying that sander ifc sons' EUCALYPTI KXTUACT is the best in ihe market." In influenza, all fevers, throat and long' trouble," diptheria, diarrhiea, dysentery,'kidney com-' plaints, rheumatium, wounds, sprains, ulcers, Ac., it is invaluable. See that you pet SANDER & sons', and reject spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers. .

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