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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 March 1902

MITTAGONG. "i Wills regard to tho three vacant scats on the .MitiiigonR Council caused through no nominations being recfii-.cil to' la lie" the placua of tho aldermen ,'svho relived ut the end of the municipal year, the 'required number of nominations have now been miude ..as • under:—James Imku. J. A. Moses, .and .Joseph Wal lis. . The names will be forwarded to the ,propel' authorities fur appointment. Mr. John Lake ; lias been elected unopposed'to thi? vacancy caused, tby the retirement of. Aid. MoDonald. >li A-'icrii Itot match .wiip. played -at Mittngong on 'Wedsu'f ny hetivenn the local PiiVestarit Alliance 'lii'id 'Oddfellows' Lodge, the Iuia.tr proving vic 'toriouB.: .

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Cricket. Tho ronton play nil on Saturday afternoon l»iBt on tho Glcbfi wicket bof.wowi fcbe Bow rnl Association unci Buiulanoon cr'ekflfc clubs resulted in a win. for. the Bowrnl toam. by 58 runs on the first innings. A match will bo pinvcd this affcprnoon be tween a Jumioson Hill tniim mid a team Foleutfd fromthe town called tlm " Knock. Onts " on the Surveyors' Camp -wicket at 2 o'clock. The teams are as .follows : — Jumieson Hill—Messrs. R. Eilev, F., H., and B. Slieil, 0., H... P., B., and S. .Tones, G. Hill, and H. Poole. Knock Outs Messrs. F. Snvpll, S. Wnllacp.'F. Wnite, J. Huggett, L. Beavau, H. Vickery, G. Hen-' drie, E. Swnn, -E. McG'ooey, (J. Prior, J. Scott, and.T. Clarke.

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Lawn XessaaSs. flio followiiij' tpain will represent the Bownil Ln.wiv Tennis Oluh in n match a»ninst High Ranojfl ori.Bowral coiMs this -afternoon at 2 p.m.: — Mis". Valentine, Miss May Oorry, Miss Snvoll, Miss unci Miss Foi'gnsnn : T, Chapman. A. Oorry, W. Vdeutiue, B. Jonea, and F. Shoil,

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Fare well to Missionaries DR. AND MRS. E. MAYNARD PAIN LEAVE FOR G.M.S. HOSPITAL, OLD CAIRO. ' [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Fare well to Missionaries DR." AND MRS. E. MAYNARD PAIN LEAVE FOR G.U.S. HOSPITAL, OLD CAIRO. ' Last Tuesday week tbo seventy-seventh Anniversary of the Now South Wales Branch of the Church Missionary Associa tion was celebrated in Sydnoy. Canon Pain was the preacher at the Cathedral ser vice in the afternoon, talcing as his text tho words of our Lord twice recorded—" Foc my sake and tho Gospel's." Oloso by-the. Cathedral, at Iho corner of Ballnrst and Pitt-streots, iii the spacious halls of the Y.M.C.A., mootings were held later for tea, for presenting tho reports of tho year, aod far valediction. Between six and soven hundred assembled to unite in Praise aud Prayer aud Farewell, including numerous members of 'the Australasian Students' Christian Union, his Graco the Archbishop presiding. That the raiaon d' ctro of the Ohm oh is Missions, onnof bor chief hindrances Com placency; aud its groat-cure, Self-sacrifice, were among (ho. principal points of the Archbishop's address. He gav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

STRAYED, an IRISH TERRIER DOG. May lio obtained from MRS. JENKINS, " Kiarrin la,"Burradoo. ~1220 FOR SALE, styliFh black GELDING, 15.2 high,' 7 years ol(V broken to harness nml saddle; staunch, tjtiict, good trotter. 2nd prize ainglo buggy horse, Robertson, 1001. W. .1. WILSON, llobert eon. 1221 rriENDERS WANTED for COO . Oft. panels, '40 JL mils, 10 8fl. posts. TenderH close TUES DAY; 18ih iiiBlunl. Apply J. W. SMITH, Utirra doo. ' 1220 BON'T FORGET to attend tho DANCE hold in tlio OD1WKLLOWS' HALL, to-morrow THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH lMh. Dancing' from 8 to 12.: Admission—Gents 1/0, Ladies freo. G. Vincent, Pianist; T. Hoopwood, M.O. 1224 I J70R SALE-20 good Daffodil Bnllw, in 5 vario . 'ties, 3/0; !10, in 7 varieties. 6/; 42, in 10 varieties, 7/(5; GO, in 14 varietios, 10/G; 100, in 20 variation, 20/, post freo. Cash with order.- COPE .AND SONS, Howral. 1104 SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, and COM MERCIAL EDUCATION for ladiea and •gentlemen. Aoeommo'lotioii for boarders. ST., PAUL'S COLLEG...

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TIED UP IN DOZENS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

TIED UP IN . DOZENS. /' I hftfl such a fanny dream last night,"' said Mrs. Brown to Mr. Brown. "An auctioneer was sellin? hushands. One went for one hundred and fifty guineas, one for seventy, and another for fifty." -. " Yes, my dear," said Mr. Brown ; " but wore the'ra any there like me ?" • "■ Oh, yes; there v.'ore Infcs of fchem». They were tied in dozens, and went fox; . threepence a bundle,." _ .

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A NEW DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

A; NEW DODGE. A yonng gi'rlr while walk in q, with her gentlemen friend, asked him how roach be' thousht she weighed'. After thinking, a few minutes, lie replied that he could not tell unless lie could lift her. . The girl made no objection, so he placed1 his arm around her slender waist and raised' her from- tlio ground ; after which he gues- ■ sed she would weigh about 901b. ' She looked'at him for a moment, audi I then, in a'voice " sweet and low," said :: | " I thinli you better try it again !*' " Thoy are married now,. aud' there is no> | more lifting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Hind of the Season ! DRAPERY DEPARTMENT; Preparatory to the reesipt of Mew Season's Stock, now lauded in Sydney, ready to come forward, Owing to the great success of similar occasions in previous seasone, are again offering for the next 7 clays 3ES33iaia:sar^.jesr<,s? Remnants of Cambrics. " , Remnants of Ribbons Remnants of Flannelettes- ' Remnants of Lace. Remnants of Prints., ■ Remnants of Calico. (! , Remnants of Zephyrs. Remnants of Flannel. , . Remnants of Ivlnslins. • Remnants of Insertions.. Remnants of Foujards. Remuants of Embroideries* Remnants of Cashmeres.. •; Remnants of Art Muslin. Remnants of Meltons. : - • ■ Remnants of'Shectings.'. ■ALU . MARKED; IN PLXn^ FlQURES"!^AT~BARGAIN" PR!" * BUY AT ONCE, OR YOU. WILL- LOSE. YOUR CHANCE. Rutlierfbrcl & "Wickham, ' Bowral. Is the CHEAPEST and BEST HOUSE for INSTRUMENTS Of Every Descriptiom. Save Money . by Purchasing a Reliable and Perfect Pianb,. such as the following, which, are constructed of the Best; ...

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BETTING IN ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

BETTING IN;ENGLAND AND.' AUSTRALIA.. .-The-Duke of Devonshire, Lord President? of tbf Oonncil, testified before the Betting Committee of the House' of Lords that it' would bo impossible and'undesirable to stop1 betting on rnoeconraea and private: club's in tbe United Kingdom: He did not consider it necessary to license bookmakers. Mr. Wiliinm T. Jones was examined, an® ■stated thnt there was far- more betting uk Australia (relative to the populations) than, in Ensland. Mi*. Jones considered that ifr would be'equally possible to stop a river* from flowing ns to put an end to betting in Australia. He did not think it would be difficult to control bookmakers in. tho> colonies.. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

. AUTHENTIC JIEDIGAIj OPINIONS. WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says: I use S .AND Eli & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTKACT as a spray for nasal catarrh, low fever, asthma, &c.', with great. ■ success. I find this preparation superior to all others." Dr. Stnhl: " I have used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from SANDEll & SONS'' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than 'from any other." Dr. Preston : " I never use any Buofllytus preparations other than SANDEIt <t SONS'; as I found the others to be almost useless." Dr. Hart:-It goes without saying that -SAN-DElt & SONS' EtJCALlTTI EXTHACT is the best in the market." In inlluenza, nil-fevers, throat atid lung trouble, diptheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, An.,'it is invaluable. See that you get SANDER & SONS', :and rfejeet spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers. -

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COMMANDANT' AND MRS. BOOTH RESIGN.. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

COMMANDANT' AND MUS.. BOOTH1, RESIGN.. Commandant and' Mrs, Herbert Bootli* who recently resigned (hn command' of tho Salvation Army .'.in Australasia, have- for warded tlieir resignation? aa officers of tlio nrrny lo GbnerarBboiJii London. Mr. and' .Mrs. Booth' retired from the Australasian command four months nsOj aud' since then-" have bflpn ratting with 'their three children' at the Collin Farm, Bnnbnry; Westorn Aus tralia. • Both nro suffering from ill-health,, and have arrived at the conclusion that thoy will not be ahlo lo continue their arduous,, active army life. Commandant Booth, hav ing, spent nna.>'1y a week in Adelaide, is re turn in <?fo M'el^onvnn. Mr. Herbert BoHh is the third son of the1 general,.and is 38 years of a<?e. TTo hold' the Austrnlasiau command for five.-years,, .and' prior, to.his appointment to Australia lind had charge of the work in England n11d! Canada. Both lie and Mva. Booth were Highly popular in Australia, wliero they wor...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral. Mittagong. and Robertson. Wednesday, March 12, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published in Ooicral. Vittugong. anil -Robertson. Wednesday, March 12,. 1902. 320 persons lnft HuwraL by train yesterday for the show at Mnss Vnle. - -

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AN ARAB CONQUEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

AN ARAB CONQUEROR. Ifews .has been receivednfc Bombay of at sensatioual development in the tribal affairs of Ccnlml Arnhiai Abdul Ben Feyznl, an adventurous Sheikh, who is'descended from famous Amooi;s- of tho Wahobee fanatics, lias, witli tin army of 2000 men, captured', El Rind,.owe of the chiof-oitiea of Nejd, im the centre nf Arabia; Abdul, witli only 50 followers; gained ad mission to the city-by. Btrat&gom'dnring' tho night, forced bis wny into the palace- of ■tha. Governor and slew him and 80 of his guards;. Then securing the surrender of the garrison,, he admitted hia array throush the gatosand'. becavhe absolute inaslor of El Kiftd. Abdul' •iww.hopes to conquer the whole of Nejd,. .which .is nominally wiiliin tlio- Turkish panhalik of Bosrflj.niKl' the Bedouin tribes; are flocking to his banner in groat numbers;.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. For Sale—Stylish Gelding. See advt. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST. * For ,Sale—Stylish Gelding. See ndvt. •.. Speaking.at the Town Hall on Mouday, Sir William Lyne said that Jie hoped to see the Federal capital site fixed upon during the next twelve months. Tenders are called by advertisements for posts and rails, etc., supply of metal, Print ing, etc. • The vaihvny authorities; ^announce''the running of cheap excursion. trains to Sydney and other stutlon:t, enabling persons dssk ous of visiting the show nt Sydney to do bo at a small expense. Messrs. Duvnen Brothers, dealers in works of art, Old Hand-street,, have bought for £120,000, I he faiii'Uis collection ofOhin ese poicnliiin belonging to Mr. James Gar land, ot >7ew York.' . .. " It iri rep'iried that- •Lancashire Ts en deavoring to regain' th'o services: of Mr. A*. 0. MijctRVfii) a's..-ciqjtain oJ:-the i'connty.: ■cncki t toiun. A .pin from the main of the Jiineo Water Woiks.was remo.ved by gome'peison a "few nights asjo, with the-result that a?lar»e • quantity of water...

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GENERAL NEWS. AMERICA'S REFUSAL OF INTERVENTION.. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

GENERAL, ■ NEWS. AMERICA'S REFUSAL OF INTER VENTION.. President Krugor is bitterly disappointed' at the declaration of President Roosevelt to the Boor delegated, that America would not and could'not intervoue in the war. Prosi President Krugor declares that ho will not seek further intervention, bat. will let tlie Boers fight to a finish. Later.—Mr. Weasels and Mr.. Wolmar n»s, the Boer delegates in- America liave cabled to President Krugor, advising Lira' to recomniond the Boer generals in the field to confer with a view to arrange terms of" peace with Great Britain. The presence of tho delegates iu Washing ton attracts little attention.

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The Archbishop's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

'JTlie ArcBibisliop's Visit. On Sunday last the. Archbishop of Syd ney, assisted h'y his Chaplain" the Rev. H. Saumarez Smith, preached ■ in S.^ Jude's Church of England, Bo.wral, botli" morn ing and evening. The congregationsat tending each service were large, and lis tened with rapt attention to the discour ses of the Archbishop. The collections for the day, ifiS, will be devoted ...towards' reducing the debt of £400 on the Cluirclv. property. His Grace made feeling refer ence to the loss the parish had sustained 'through"the'death, of Mrs. Wilkinson, the Rector s wife.

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Milking Capacity of Cows, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

- Militiasg1 Capacity of Cows, v There are nvmy persons occupying sranll ftr.eas of land who would gladly keep one: or ni(ire cows if thoy understood absolutely and practically how, profitable they, cau be mude, is remiirked by an English writer, who also deplores -mat ill Great Britain breeding and feeding for prodnction':aro not conducted by public bodies wiili tlio object of educating the people, as is the case in the Unite.! States. He expresses the opinion that if they possessed a Herd Book, and if breeders were, by its moans, shown ■where to produce or employ stock of the highest milking" blood, things would be different; but under existing conditions every owner of a cow is practically limited in bis powers of reproduction to the particular environment in which ho is placcd. Visitors to the Lon don Dairy Show were shown half a dozen animals producingfrom six to seven gallons of milk in a day, and if the produce of this class of stock were obtainable in both sexes the producti...

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Mr. Hall Caine on the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Mr. Hall Caine on the Pope. Mt. Hall Cniue contributes a very inter esting articlo on tlie Pope to tho Christmas number of " Household Words," which lids recently been acquired by his son. In the preparation of " Tho Etornal City" Mr. Hall Caine liod ninny views, public and pri vate. of his Holiness. Hero is a sketoh of Leo XII. in the Bassilla of St. Peter's :— TLo effect ho produces there depends en tirely 11 poii the religious hiuB of tho observ er. If you bring to the great Roman temple the spirit of Luthor, of Montaigne or of Miltou, not to speak of Goethe as he roveals himself in his letters from Rome, yon will probably bo consoious of nothing hotter than the presence of a painfully feeble old man, withered, white and omnci atnri, cnrriof) shoulder high on the backs of l>*arov;v rising ami falling in a spring-bot tomed chair, and lifting at intervals with semi-paralytic gesture?, a gaunt and stiffen ing hand to bless his shouting pooplo. Yon may even see with Zola nothing b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

J. G. MORRIS & CO., '■* AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, Stock and Property Salesmen, Firo and Lifo Insurance Agents, BOWRAL. Saddlery & Harness, BRIDLES, - BITS, - STIRRUPS, WHIPS: > From CART WHIPS to HOLLY CARRIAGE WHIPS. . J ■- Also LADIES' and GENT'S RIDING WHIPS. Chamois, Embrocations, Sponges t —ALSO— PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS : FANCY GOODS. PHOTO FRAMES. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ANY SIZE. BOOKS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, &c., &o. EBB DAVIS, SADDLER, STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, &o. Bong Bong-Street, Bowral, G. H. Matthews, PAINTER & PAPERHAMGER. Estimates Furnished for Work in any part of the District. Oils, Colors, Wallpapers kept in Stock. All kinds of Plaster, Cement, and Terra Cotta Ornaments made to order. Letters'promptly attended to. SHOP- . . Next; to <JO0«lfcl!OW- & Co's, fitonitr lion« Street, SSowral. 350 WE "always ha»o on linnd new shipments of BpncialJy prepared Ceylon, Indian, and Chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

Royal Hotel,. ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Brat Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. - SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. ' I First-class MILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cuttle Yards. FRED. Oil A HAM, 62 Proprietor. BUSHELS. . . . of BIG BEANS CAN be grown on one plant ot TONGAN BEAN in a suitable climate. We havo other good things in our catalogue. Send one Rbilling stamps for a cataloguo and .acket 'of mixed [lower soods —100 sorts. , HERBERT J. R"JWISEY, Seed and Plant Merchant, Boroma, Barber's Creek, N.S.W. W. FROST and SON, BUILDERS AND . . . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong Bong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. ESTIMATES FREE. . . . . CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. 950 Up ;to Date Boot Making. "■> w. smith, ' Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, Bowral. ' ' All kinds of boat work made to VnensiirD. Hnnd ,sown. Uoots>uiodo' to order. • • -Beet'Repairs'in town;' Ladies'Pumps turned. Children's School llaots made to measure at Storo; Pi-ices. • . ...

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