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THOUGHT READING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

THOUGHT liE A DING EXTRAORDINARY. i " I "suppose," said the physician, smiling ' and trying to appear witty,, while feeling the pulse of a lady patient—" I suppose you consider me an old humbug <!" > "Why, doctor," replied the. Lady,. "I ■ liad-no idea you could ascertain ft woman's 'thoughts by merely feeling.her pulse."

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Presentation On the evo of his departure from IV.nvral, Mr. Sid Carey was,the recipient of a handsome preseut from the President, and members of the Bowrul Young Men's -Association.' The presentation was made at the conclusion of the usual meeting of the Association bn Welnesday evening last, by the President, Mr. H. E. Jones, who spoke in the high eat terms of praise of the excellent character and gentlemanly conduct of Sid. He-had bpen -a loyal and hard-working member of tho Aasocintii n, enter- ■ ing with enthusiasm into everything eonnec ed there with. In the band especially he would bo missed, as be'had proved himself one of. the m i t regular atad teliable of its members. Tho young iwm at the Hall would miss him,.too,.and he (Mr. Jones) knew , he would.. -But-a young fellow was not much good; if, on breuking'/iway from a certain circle, he waa not missed. His late employer, Mr. E'd). Davis, liadjjivet) hini one of the .best testiiaonials. as to. ."gbodcliaju'etei' n'ud •'woi'i...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 10—DAIRY PRODUCE. Judge—H. Wilson, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 10 —DAIRY PRODUCE. ^ildco—H.- Wilson, Esq.. Butter, hand-made only, Mrs C Prase* Separator Butter, Barrangarry Dairy Co. 1*, B. D. IV and Dairy Co.. MittiRong, 2' Table Butter. B. D. F. and Dairy .Co., Robertaon, B. D. F. and Dairy Co., Mitta/jong, 2 Hand-cured Ham, dried,'J N Full lies 1', 0 Wright 2 Machine-cured KaW, dried, .T N Faulks 1 and 2 Hiwd-oured Middle of B:ieon, ,7 N Fau'ks 1 and 2 . Machine-curel Middle of Bacon, J N FanlUa 1 and 2 Kxliilnt of Hen Kgi»«, ft; l^mbcrt* . Keg or Box of Creamery or Factory-made Batter. (Special of 42*.by Berritna District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd.), Bar engnrry Dairy Co.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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The Archbishop. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

The Arcltbishop. The -services on Sund.ay next, 9th instant y he his Grace tho Arch-Bishop of SylnBy preiiirhes .a SI:. Jude'B, will be as follows:-8 n.m. Holy Com munion, 11 a.m.-- Morning Ser»io6, 7.30 Evening •Service. The collection for the day will be towards tho interest on the Churjph Debt.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 9.—HAY. Judge—J. C. Fraser, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Seotion 9. —HAY. • Jurlce—J. C. Fraser, Esq. Bundle of Truss Oaten flay, IS. Vilea 1, J.- Upton' 2 _ . . . , Bundle or Truss of Mcadflw Hay, Alex. Elliott

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

B ■ Uii'IlUl. I'W EH M g&P m THE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET IN THE TRADi THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Avoid Inferior Imitations, and see that each pair bears this Trado Mark on band Inside. 03T.4IHA3LE FROM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. Bolts Agents for Australia-— EHRSB0RFF & Co.FL,NDEns LANE- MeLBOURNE BARRACK 8T„ SYDNEY. J( S st i ** s ® UTS"* Tlie-o's nothing o.m equal ale brovjed £/i5m from 'he root of the Gandoliotn Basal! tho Bracioff Power. Color, Clcrttics*. HgtkI. Ac . uf tlio I»cBt Urltlsh Bner. It's a Touio. II a an Ar It s a J'unlUr. It's hrrwwl like Itecr. Looks lil;u liwr. U Kislos tile llccr. It's a Aledioinu as wcJJ fl* a lu-veraia1. iL's^ooil for Infanta ami Itivalifin. It's the ungual Tnsm.iniit.ti Imti'k-lion Ale. It's t.rewui l*v M t\ UlCulUlK NltliOLLS, Pro^nitor. It's at all iluicla, Uejlatuanls, Ac. WHfH YOU Mm DA'NDEUOJi ALE THIS SYSTEM. BYBKf.Y P1UOEB. Ill Canas r.i 4 DCS. aUAltTS. Clio.: a EOZ PIMXS, 3'.n .ortujiylltd m cAEJCa lor UOT'ILINO Brev/ot-y: G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Came Near Being a «'i-ii»ple. J-oah Westlmfer, oi Loogootee, Ind., U.S.A., is n "poor man, but he soys ho would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it cost the dollars .-a bottle, for it'Ssveil hitn frcra beine a'cripple. No external application ia equal to (Ms liniment for stiff and.swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It lias also cured numerous eusds of partial paralysis. It is tor sale by B. Mor.af.ft, Chemist, Bowral. It'is estimated that the Postal Department will lose £60,000- a year in declining to carry sweep letters. , A. tragic incident is reported from Wagra, on the Upper-Murray. 'During the week a wedding party from that district visited Albnry. one of them being a married man named Barlow. :. On return tig home one evening, Mr. Barlow found his wife lyi ig dead, with her baby playing about on her lody. When ho left bis wife was in her usual health. A OAiniuuiiicatiou. Mn. Editou—Allow me to speak a few words in...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 6.—POULTRY. Judge—Arthur G Sewell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 6;—POULT1V?. JudKO—Arthur G Sewoll, Epq. | Pen of 3 Cockerels, suitable for export, O B- if Craft 1 and 2, J T Parmentcr e. Pen of 3' Pullets suitable for cxporfi, GEO Craft f, J T? Parmenter 2'and h.c. Pen of 3 Ducks, Mre Reynolds 1, J T Parmentcr 3 and h.o. Pair of Fowls, GEO Cfatt I, fif Lambert' 2', 3" t Parmenter c. Heaviest Turkey C-ock, Mrs S F Reynolds 1, W Murray 2, J T Parmenter h.c.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 5.—DOGS. Judge—Arthur G Sewell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

» Sectiort &.—DOGS. Jucfce—Arthur G Scwell, Es$» Greyhound Dor, 0 Wright (J'reyhound Slut,-John Gullen h.Ci Collie D'ogRouRh, Mrs W Holt Collie Slut Bough, Mrs W Holt Kelpio Dog, J Aynsley Kelpie Slut, JarneB Davia Bough "Wire-Haired Terrier, J S Ponder' Pointer, J Wade Setter, W Carrol Fox Terrier Dog. T W Lackey Fox Terrier Slut, Dr. Ewan Fraaef.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 8.—GRASSES. Judge—J. C. Fraser, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 8.—GRASSES1. Judfie—3. O. Fraser, Esq1. Perennial Rye Grass Seed, Alex. Elliott Prairie Grass Seed, Alex. .Elliott Cocksfoot Seed,'Alex'. Elliott Collection of Grasses,- Jahiv CullelV

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 7.—GRAIN. Judge[?]J C Fraser Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 7'.—GRAIN. .TiirlrrA—.T O Fraser Esol Wheat, W Graham White Oata, Side Beating. Ales-. Elliott Gape Barley, W Graham Bye, J Pearson Potato Oats, L Provost Maize in cob,- L, Prevost

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 2.—CATTLE. Judges—Thomas Brown, Chas. Dunne, and Thomas James. [?]URHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

: Section 3;—CAT'l'LTI. "JUdgea—t'homas 6rown, Chas. Dunne, and Tho mas Jftnios. , BOUJUM8. - Bull, any age, W R Hind marsh ' Cotf, any agej A Fyfe DEVtim: Bull; J Yeo Cow, J Yeo., 1 CatSl'E ton iitfj&i rtfrtposEB. Bull,- three years and over, M E Hindmarsh 1, Fred Moore 2, J Macpherson 3 Bull, two years and under three, W H Swan 1, A Fyfe 2j TV R Hindmarsh 3 Bull, one year and under two, M K Hindmarsh 1, W R Hinjlroarsh 2, T W Vance 3 Bull 'Calf, under 12 months, 'i' W Vance 1, "W H Swan .8, W R Hindtnarsh h.c. Cow X'ri ® ilk) judged frSm ajJpearances, J R Mil ler 1 and 3, W R Hindmarsh 2, James Lackey h.o. liry Cow, M E Hindmarsh 1 and 3, A Fyfe 2, W H Swari and P H Morton h.c. Heifer (in milk) 2 years and under 3, HP Marr 1, W H Swan 2, A ityfe 3 . Heifer, 2 years and under 3 (dry), W R Hind marsh 1 and 2 Heifer, 1 year and under 2, j?red MoOre 1, H P Mart's, W R Hindmarah3 Seller Cliff, under!2 mohihs; 3?re<5 Moote W R Hindmarsh 2 and 3 ten of four Dairy Cows,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Section 1.—HORSES. BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 1.—HORSES. DLOOO. Sftanion, St years and over, Thos, O'Sutlivan 1, J. Pe Jiestre iS a Mare, 3 ycftrS and Giver, A, Morrison 1, J Do Mestro 2 Filly, 2 years a;nd under 3, A M Smith 1, E H MacKinnon 2 1 • -Filly, 1 year-and under 2, John Clark 1, E H' MacKinnon 2 co'AoniKo. Stallion (any age), James Chittock Mare (imported or otherwise) 3 years and over, L Comer A. M Smith i TIIOTTINO. Stal'ion, 3 years and over, James Dawes Mare, 3 years and over, H F Marr ■ DRAUGHT. ; Stallion (imp.-or ot&erftisBj, 3 years and over, M $ McLean 1, Thos. O'Sullivan 2 " Stallion suitable for getting aotive farm horses, W Chnlker 1, Thos.- O'Sullivan 2 Entire Colt (imp. or otherwise), 2 years' and undet 3, T A Smith Mare (imported or otherwise), 3-years and over, tit foal, ot xvith (oal at foot,- C D Lyons 1, T A Smith 2 Mare (imp. or otherwise), dry, W 0 Gilchrist 1, t A Smith 2 Filly or Gelding (imp. or dtberwise), 2' years a'nd under 3, Barrengarry Dairy Co. 1 and 2 Filly or Gelding (...

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Dr. Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Dr, Barnardo's Homes, Tho Bowral Auxiliary of these admirable Institu tions held n most successful annual meeting nn tho last evening of February in St. .Tude's School Hall, F. B. Kyngdon, Knq., J.O.S., presided, and was sop ported by tho Rev. G. Gordon, of the local Presby terian Church ; the absence of tbe other ministers being due to unavoidable causcs. Tbe hall was crowded with frionds and sympa thisers, the largo audience including many Sydney visitors, it had been very prettily decorated by willing hands, greenery and nay flags covered tho walls. while a largo framed picture of Mr. Mayors Mid his party of musical boys from the Stepney Home recalled the visit which bad given pleasure (o many Bowral contributors in the past, and showed what could bo done in rescue of child life from the slums of London. In his opening address, Mr. Kyngdon referred to Ihe patriotic character of Dr. Ihrnardo's wort: and of bis feeling that Australians Bhould support it. Tho good doctor had incorpo...

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Section 4.—SHEEP. Judgea—Messrs. Arthur G. Sewell and John Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Section 4.—SH13KP. Judeea—Messrs. Arthur a. Sewelt and John Row. Pen at four Fat Sheep, wethers, crossbred, A 3 Mclnnca Pen of four Fat Ewes, crossbred, A Mclnnes I,. H Wiles 2 Pen of four Fat Wethers. Merino, H Wiles 1 and 2 Pen of four Fat Lamb?, p Throaty 1 and b.c., H Wilea 2 and v.h.c. Lirfcoin Ram, F Throsby Shropshire Down Kara, H Wilea I, F Throsby 2 Pen of four Shropshire Down Ewes, F Throsby 1 and 2, H Wiles h.c. Best Bam in Show (special of 103 6d by J Yeo Esq.). H Wilea Best Ewe in Show (special of 10a Cd by 3 1?eo Esq.), F Throsby '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

IN TjESS than SIX YEARS WEBBER'S VITADATIO lists Covered Several Continents. READ WHATjJ IS DOING. f BLOOD POISONING, A BAD CASK Cured by VITADATIO. Dawes Point, Slwlnev, 1 G' orge-sirept. 18th February, 1900. Mb. PAX,MED, Dear Sir.—It is nearly three years ago since I hnd tho llrst symptoms of a trouble which has since caused me terrible agony and inconvenience. Oil consulting a doctor he told me that I hod a dieea-ed toa caused from blood poisoning. I- went to the Sydney Hospital and here underwent an operation. The doctor removed part of the toenail, and told me thnChe thought I could never he rea'ly wpll as far ns the Toot was concerned, but that Ue :had done all that cuuld be dona in the meantime. Tor a time tho foot was better, but this improvement was only a temporary one. After about three months the sore broke out again and was worse than ever it hud been. I could not get about, and did not have a boot on the loot for more than two years. At one time tbo lump was_HB large a...

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Section 3.—SWINE. [?]—Arthur [?]. Sewell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Htotfon 3.-SWINE, .tuiJdB—Artbnr G. Scttell, Es«j. fi<5at ftttjr hteed; 3 F'nulka I, A Yates 2 Sbttr any breed. A Yd ten I,,? ?lo<ik 2 So# anj breed (with litter}, fct Wiles 1,0 A fiaaer Fat Pig any breerl, A Yates 1, ,T Flook 2' Berkshire Boar, Sam Willis I, J Flook 2 Berkshire Sow, A Yatoa 1, J Flook '2 «

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? The Day of Humiliation a ad Prayer for Rain was generally well observed with much seriousness, and very little public pleasuring. The sootier, however, bobbed up, as bo expected, for soma mail - of ficienae, falsely so-called, prated of cosmecal laws that |ire above tbe influence of prayer, and the mis 'called " business man " gruded giving up a week day to God, as if his paltry tilt-takings bear any pro portion to the tens of thousands of pounds' loss of stock entailed by each day's prolongation of the drought. As a corrective measure to a careless-liv ing people, drought is probably the gentlest and most effectual. It appeals to the mainspring of the human unit, viz., the stomach. No food causes thought, for the blood rushes up from down below to the brain. Continued soar city of food brings the mind to at last recollect the existence of a Supreme Being. Golf and ping pong then are or ought to be put on one side, and worship on a Day of Humilia tion and Praye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

Unendurable Ag-ony. ANOTHER J Record Cur©. Tho Case of Mrs. H. ANDERSON. (BY OUK JlKl'OUTEU.) As our i-eprescntativo knocked at Uio door of a dwelling, numbered 38 Kihvard atrcet, Pyrmom, he was confronted by thu occupier," Mrs. Henrietta Anderson, who stated, ill answer to a question, that she was the kdy who had been aftiietcd with neuralgia, nervous debility, and indigestion for eighteen months, and as she was so grateful to the medicine that cured her, it would bo only discharging iui obligation to consent to tho particulars being published in detail. " I lirst suffered from neuralgia, arid I liaJ it so long that I thought I should never got rid of it. I consider it tho most excruciatiug pain "of all, and sometimes tho agony was uncndnrable. At the onset tho pain darted with fleeting paroxysms through my jaws and round my l.jad and fane with dreadful rapidity, with only one briof interval, ;nnd" tho suffering then became continuous; I was never freo from a depressing" headache; ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

If ITERS T& THE EDITOR. .' Sir,—I wish to put a line in vour pa|er concern ing l lie w.int of a water sii/jiily in Dowrai, Let the • 'people pny<by-the meter system, then you would see .whs i.B'.-d the water. and it would bo the people who paid (or it. 1 have been taUriofj.<tQ some of'the visitors in. B:>wriil und the say that through not hav ing plujity of water, for domestic purposess,. they J>a>e to.leave the'town. This is against the interests of die townspeople, as it keeps many visitors fro'n 'coming to this town. Get a water supply at once, and vou will nee it will bo the making of Dowral and the people that are in it. Yours truly, ' H. TBEVETHAN.

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