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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

' Cricket* BGWEAL ASSOCIATION v. CAMP BEIiltTOWN. An all-day match was played on Saturday last on tlie Glebe wicket between the above teams, resulting in a win fur the latter : The Bcores tiro as follows~ Caupbelmown. . ... A. G. Puton c Miller h Comer H. J. Paten b W. Grifiichs .. A. IS. Fowler not nut .. ■ P. Clissold Ibw.b W.. (11iffitfis G. Sullivan c Comer b Whatman J. H. Snllivnn run out — Suitor o Comer l> J; Griilitbs L. Slicullici' o C'lmev b F, (Jopo — Ktnccy b F. Oopo ... — Bauvan c Whiunmn b F. Copo — McCoooy st. b F; Cope> .. Sundries.. - .. l'olal . IJowitAij Association; Whatman o Sheather b Oliasolrl' Miller b Fowler .. • .. Griilitbs o Kutlor b Fowler ' .. Comer b Fowler .. Gope b Fowler,. .. . Griffiths c Fowier b Sutlivan ;, ,llu}?g('tt e Snttor b Sullivan.- ,, Jones l> Fowler .... . .. • Griffiths c Fowler b Sullivan Jones not out .. ... Shiel'b Paten .. Sundries.. .. i. Total .. .. .* pAMPTiEtMow^.—2nd Innings. H. J. Palen c J..(inffiihs b Corner.. A. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

A Communication. Mn. .Editor—Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy.. I suffered for tin ee years with the bronchitis and'coull not' sleep,,nt.nights 1.tried several ductors and various patent-m.edicines, but could get,iiothi'ii? t" Rive me any.rejief until my. wife (?nt a,bottle of. this valuable medicine, which has completely relieved. me„7 \\\. S. Bbocksuh. Basnell, Mo., U.S.A.. This remedy is for sale by D. Moug*xa Chemist, Bowral.

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Original Poetry. TO THE GERMAN PRO-BOERS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

Original Poetry. . 1 TO THE GERMAN PUO-BOERS AND OTHERS. I We do not hate or ccnBuro o'en the German who is truo, But we can't allow the mongrel, and hie dirty sansage crew, ■■ ' Xo fling hia shafts of burning ire against onr British ' sons, ■_ Who never 'gainst the innocent have used their lance or guns, The brass and crazy thingumbobs, which forma a German band, Have oft amused us, when as boys we thought their muaio £rand— . So grand, indeed, that throe of us have stood up in a ttfVi, f; And held a lemon to our lips, which caused their overthrow, ' I bava a sturdy grandson, and his Christian name is Phil.': I'll challenge him 'gainst Bulow, or oven Kruger nil, I do not mean in squabbling but ' in the Rula of Three, i."'.' And if I do not lick the lot> thou dub mo Zuider zee. / 0 1 Bhades of Martin Luther, Ot would that' you oould rise ;■ if-■ And crush oar base traducers with- their inlornal lies. . .... ;. We oall those imps pro-Boers;. but that's a name too mild: ' ; We rath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

BRING; ALL. YOUR; PRINTING TO> THE- . . .. ' V I< REE EJRE5S OFFICE* BOW.f^Ajk

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

We are required to draw attention, to the forty-, sixth Annual Art Union to. be held by. the Right Hours'Committee in Melbourne. Hia Eioellonoy the Earl of Hopetoun has granted hia patronage to the-undertaking. It is stated to be the oldest and most popular of-tliose held in Victoria. In conse-. quence of the proceeds being devoted to the hospit als and public charities, it always receives a very cordial support.. An-advertisement appears else where in this issue, which shows the first priza to be £4000; and there are 139> other important prizes ranging inralue from. £1'to £150; Tickets are only ana shilling-each : they may be obtained direct from Mr. Theo. W: Heiie, Collins-street, Melbourne, who has acted.as the New. South Wales: representative ijyt s.sveral years,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

! AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Or. Osborne Rays : I use SANDER A' SOjM EtTCArjYI'TI EXTRACT' as a spray for' nasal catarrh, low fever, asthma, &c,, with great, success. t' find this' prepiaration, superior tp" all' others.'"' Or. Stahl.: " I have used various prepar aiions.ol Eucalyptus.'bnt.I'get better regiiltn from SANDER & SONS'.EUCALYPTI EXTRACT-than' from any other.1! Dr. Preston I never use apy •Eiieal.vtu8_ preparations other than SANDER it. i:SONSVns I found the others to be almost uFelpss." Dr. H/irt: It goes without saying that SANDER, it SONS', EUCALWTI 'EXTRACT is the best in the market.", In influensai, all.fevera, throat, and long, trouble! diptheria,' diarrhea, dysentery, kidliey com print*, rheumatism,'wounds, sprains, ulcers, &a., it. is invaluable. "Sea that yon get SANDER <fe.SONS', and reject spnripus preparations, which are Borne 'times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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MANITOBA WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

MANITOBA. WHEAT. V.,. . . ,Tho Minister. for.-A»vicuHnra;;(Mr.' Kidd)' states that for some years past the depart ment has been testing on its farma. variouB kinds of Manitoba wheats, with a view to seeing whioh are most suitable for cultiva tion, in the state. The special aim of the department was to find a wheat that would succeed here, and which would give, a stronger flour than that usually produced in the state. Mr. Kidd thiuks that farmers should be given the chance of testing gen erally the success of these wheats in the ^various .districts* andi with this end in view he has approved, of small lots of the selected seed grown at the government farms being supplied for trial gratia to. farmers who are interested*in the question of improving the standard1 of-the wheats under cultivation.

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Wednesday, March, 5, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

THE FREE■ PRESSi Published. (nBowral, Mitiagoitff, and Robertto^ Wednesday. R|la,pc.h, %t 190,2. ITEMS OF INTEREST;. Don't forget the B.C. Social, to bo held in tho 'Bowral School,ol Arta on Monday evening, March 17. ' From.thQ. agents, "Messrs. Gordon and Qotoh, wp •have received.a copy of the " Australian Magazine,"-• :aii illustrated monthly. The publicatipn is careful-, 'ly.got up, and wellprin^d on very good paper, par:" ticularly the illustrations, and Bbould prove ofinter . est, to p^op.la resident in.Anatralia, as well as to, their ; friends iri.other.parts.of the,.world. It will bo pub-., lished,monthly, price fid, and isobt arable fromouj. local and ajl newsagents. • The attendance prizes in connection with the Mint istering Children's Laitgao, Bowral, were won by jGertie Lawson, Pearl Allen, and Stella Ison. In lour.'lijpt issue we inserted Pearl I^endry. instead. of . < Pearl Allen.* The Bowral Association BrasB Bandwill render, a 'programme of music .from Mrs...

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THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

THE PEARLING INDUSTRY. It,is probable that tbe Queensland pearl shelling industry ruay be transferred into Dutch hands. Mr. James Olarlcli, whose firm holds the largest interest in the pearl shelling industry, states that the 'restrictive laws of the Commouwealth, by prohibiting employers indenting; suitable„ divers from Japan, Manila, and the Malay Archipelago were already . cramping the pearl-shell business. The best divers came .from Japan, ■ and if this supply was stopped, they would,sooa be compelled to relinquish operations for want of labourers. The Dntoh Government liad recognised this, and were endeavouring to secure the trans ference of the headquarters of the pearling fishery to their territory, offering in return unrestricted trading facilities. Mr. Clarke employs 550 mem, and is quite willing to go on as formerly if the Federal Govern ment permits him to. obtain the necessary labor. Otherwise, there is nothing for birn but to, accept the offer of the Dutch and become a ...

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S. Jude's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

Si, Jufie's. Cliurcli. His Grace the. Archbishop of Sydney, accompanied by his chaplain, .will/arrive in Bowral on Saturday next to conduct special :rservices Ou the following day in St. Jtide's Church.. Oollectiouato lxieet Banlj iuterest . on the. church debt. The Rector,Rev. Sfcanipy Wilkin ann, leaves f-pr Melbourne to-.day by the. P.* and Q. steamer " India" for a short sea trip, apd; hopes, to resumQ.4iiti.es on Sunday, the lGth instant-..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

A Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrlicea. 11 Some years ago I was one of a party that in tended making a long bicycle trip," says P. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford1 Co., Pa., U.S.A. '•I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was. about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of tha Lueyville "Meanenger," suggested that 1 take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic,, Cholera and Diarrbcea Remedy. I purchased' a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill efiect. Again, last summer 1 was almost completely run down with aa attack of dysentery. I bought' a bottle,ol this same remedy and this time one dose turedme.." . Sold by D. Moh(un» Chemist,- BowraL HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders Promptly Attended to. MERRIGANG-ST. (Workshop Opposito Milton House, Bowral). of BIG BEANS CAN beprown on one plant of TONGAN BICAN in a suitable olimato. Wo havo • other g...

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Robertson Show. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

Robertson Show* Appended is a complete list of the pri zes awarded on the first day of the Rob ertson Show (Thursday last):— 1IOKSES. Bloorl Entire Golf, 2 years nod tinder 3, Reavers Brothers. . Blood Entire C'olt. 1 year and under 2, Thomas Jibhs Blood JT.ire, Beacon and M:Gill 1, Alexander Morrison 2 Blood Filly, two years and under three, C. Mo Glinchy 1 Blood Filly, one yearand under (wo, John Clarke Coaohing Stallion, 8 years, L. Carr Colt, two years and under iliree, L. Carr Coaching Maro, A M Smith 1, John Curtis 3 Filly, T. A. Smith Draught Stallion, W Charker Colt. T A Smith Draught Maro, It W Moses 1, T A Smith 2 Draught Filly, J T Hayter Farm HorBo, \V Kirkland 1, Burnham Brothers 2 Pair ol Plough Horses, R MaEvilly 1, K Kaufl man 2 Faotory Horae, W. Noble 1, James Ataarn 3 CATTLE. Dairy Bull, three years and over, M E Hindmarsh I, Keevera Brothers 2, George Wilson 3 Dairy Bull, two years and under three, W H Swan 1, W B Hindmarsh jun. 2 Dairy Bull, one yenr and undor tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

i; <5amc Near Being-a.Cripple.. • Josh.Wpsthafer, of Loogootee, Ind.-, U.S.A., is a poor map, bat he says he would not, he without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if. it: cost five dollars a "bottle, for it-saved him frrm.bejnc a cripple.. Nn external application is.equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted^ muBoleF,. stiff; neck, .sprains and .rheumatic and muscular pains. It has • also cured numerous casnsof partial patalysis. It.is llor sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, JJowral..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

, ■ . , . .7-, ■• •■■, ,. --■ .„ Erubwa Bis.'TOIOT A.H. & I. Sqoibty. _... SOSt:—: —> ANNUAL SHOW V?ILL EE HELD Off THE, SHjO^GROXTIfD, MOS& VALE^ Qq March 6, 7, and 8, 1902, ^r^nd Hunting. ar.d Jumping, Contest8j Sheep Dog Trial. " Entries cloge. on Thursday, Feb. 27th, 1902. ' ' ' ' "" • ' ' ' • jaSj YEO5 Hon. Sep. ^hOSIf PEOPLE: . KNOW And- mqst, pro^alily(.- • • ; YOUj " JCNQ^ Qwk • - Rutherford and Wickham %/copfiiumJly. inpreasing.tr^de prp9f;of quf bqing.dn ,the,; RIGHT. BASILS: tp ,dp by sinqss, and: th^t y?ve are giving it careful and personal attention. We solic.it a trial order, <<me.us. the .pleasure ot';ypurrbusipes§.dar>ng,next.wpek, orjor^nextjmpnth., '<tye.are confident the;.result wjll.be, in jpurfavqifr; RUJ H;ER FORD; fr W; 1C K H]A.IVIj,j General; Merchants,^ '.3®r. CeciC Crnptom. BQPiLgi Received or, Visited; ill. Bowral; and: District*. PIANOFORTE;. ORGAN;,, 4NB: SINGING;. QancliddteBf. prepaid; fpr, Cojleg...

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LORD NORMANBY. A MARQUIS, CLERGYMAN, AND SCHOOLMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

LORD HORMANBY. A MARQUIS, CLERGYMAN, AND SCHOOLMASTER. Lord Normanby is described as a man with a triple personality. He is at once a marquis, a clergyman, and a school master. At his ancestral home, Mulgrave Castle, near Whitby, he has established a preparatory school for Eton and Harrow, where a fortunate few of the golden boyhood of England are trained in the way they should go. But extravagance is not countenanced at this aristocratic seminary. Hampers are not allowed, and the weekly pocket money is limited to threepence. Mulgrave Castle overlooks the North Sea, and near at hand are the famous Mulgrare Woods, 1,500 acres in extent. On the lawn there is a mound known as the " Quarter Deck," the view from which iB so entrancing, that Charles Dickens is said to have literally "danced with ecstasy " at the sublimity of the scene. Lord Normanby is fifty-six years of age and unmarried.

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DEPASTURE OF CARDINAL MORAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

DEPASTURE OF CARDINAL' MQEAN. Cardinal Moran and Dr. O'Haran took their departure for Rome, on Monday niglit. Enormous crowds of members and friends of the Catholic Church assembled on the Redfern Railway Station to witness their departure. Anticipating a great gatheiing, Mr. Fosberry, Inspeotor-Genoral of Police, detailed a large number of police (100 in all), to presorvo order, but so great, was tiie crush that tha greatest difficulty was ex perieocad by the officers of the law in, pre serving a clear passage for the purppse of allowing those persons desirous of traveling by the train to gain their seats. As the Cardinal, aceouipauied by Archbishop Kelly, and Dean 0'Quran, drove to, the station, they were saluted, with deafening cheers, and the waving of handkerchiefs and 'parasols innumerable. A largo number of. the Catholic Clergy, and prominent public ■men witnessed the departnre, the cheers being renewed with redoubled vigor as the train moved off..

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RESULT OF STEAM AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

RESULT OF STEAM AND ELECTRICITY. In 1850 England was thirty-two days from India. Now it is but seventeen; a sliip as fast as the Deutschlanil could make the journey in ten. In 1850 New York was from three to six months from China by sailing ship. Now it is terenteen days by rail to Vancouver and by ship to Shanghai. In 1820 emigrants travelled to America in about forty days. Often they ran into storma i and helped man the pumps. Now they journey but a week in comfort. The Suez Canal halved the time it took heavy freight to go from the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian. The Nicaragua Canal will perform, a like service for the Western World. Fifty years ago news from Europe reached America in two weeks. Now two minutes suffice.

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SUNDAY-SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

SUNDAY-SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION. A monster Methodist Sunday-School Demonstration wis held in the Sydney Town Hull on Monday night. - Every portion of the large hall was crowded. Mr, G. Orawshaw, vice-prosidenfc of tho Sunday School Uuion, presided. The meeting was largly choral, 4000 children taking part. These scholars represented SO aunday schoola, mostly oity and subnrban. Ad dresses were also delivered during the evening, and at the close a collection . was taken up, which totalled £31.16. 8.

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A PATHETIC STORY. PROYED HER INNOCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

A PATHETIC STORY. PROYED HER INNOCENCE. A pathetic little drama was once en acted in a court of justice. A poor needle-woman was charged with stealing two sovereigns from her omployer. Her defence was that, while waiting in her employer's house the child in her arms, unknown to her, was attracted by the sight of the glittering gold on the mantelshelf behind her, and, leaning forward over her shoulder, had clutched the coins in its chubby fist, and had so carried them away. This she persis tently and solemnly stated on oath. The court, however, were incredulous, and reproved the mother for her attempt to deceive them. But she asserted her innocence with such pathttic power that the saga'cious judge determined to test the truth of her statement. He bade her stand by his desk with the child facing over her shoulder in the way she had described. Then he took several sovereigns from bis pocket, and placed them on tho deBk within reach of the child. A breathless silence ensued. Everyone a...

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SCOTTY AND THE MINISTER. ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 March 1902

SCOTTY AND THE MINISTER. ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER. In a certain parish of Scotland, it appears, collectors were going round soliciting contributions for the kirk. On coming to a wretched little hovel, they hesitated whether or not to enter, but finally decided to 1 try their luck-' A hale old man greeted them, and to him they explained their errand. But he really had nothing to give them, he said. ' Can't ye gie up your whuskey ?' one of the visitors asked. ' No,' he said, he didn't drink whuskey. Perhaps he could forego the pleasures of snufl*. No, he didn't use snuff. The collectors prepared to move on. 'Stop a bit!' cried the old fellow ; 11 pay Sandy, the barber, tuppence every Saturday nipht for shaving me. Tell the meenister he can have the tuppence if he'll come an' shave me himBel' 1'

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