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IS FROZEN MEAT DANCEROUS? [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

IS FROZEN MEAT DANCEROUS? Owing' to the fact of an English family, named Richards, being seized with illness after eating New Zealand mutton, and one. member dying from ptomaine poisoning, a great outcry has been raised in the Press against frozen meat. We believe, however, there-is no greater danger in consum ing such frozen food than there is in partaking of ordinary butcher's meat. Most of the latter is kept much longer before consumption than is the frozen commodity before being sub mitted to its preservative treatment. We should be sorry if any stupid pre judice were allowed to interfere with the trade in so economical, nourish ing and delicious a food as New Zea land mutton is. Ordinary butcher's meat as well as frozen meat has be fore now been found guilty of pto maine poisoning.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS. The colour sergeant of a certain Militia regiment one day was calling the roll of the company on command ing officer's parade, when it was not iced that one Private Murphy did not answer to his name. " Murphy !" shouted the "non-com" three times without receiving a reply. "Why do you not answer to your name, Murphy ?" sternly enquired the captain. "Shure, sor, me and the sergeant's not on speakin' terms," was the un expected reply. An old barrister was giving advice to his son, who was just entering his father's profession. "My son," said the counsellor, " if you have a case where the law is clearly on your side, but justice seems to be clearly against you, urge upon the jury the vast importance of sustaining the law If, on the other hand you are in J doubt about the law, but your | client's case is founded on justice, in-, sist on the necessity of doing justice though the heavens fall." But, asked j the son," how shall I manage a case where law and justice ar...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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HOW SHE PAID THE FEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

HOW SHE PAID THE FEE. A poor couple, living in the Emer ald Isle, went to the priest for mar riage, and were met by the demand for a marriage fee ; but it was not forth coming. Both the parties were rich in love, hut not in money. The good father was obdurate. "No money, no marriage," he said. "Give me lave, ycr riverence," .said the blushing bride, "to go and get the money." It was given, and she went forth on her delicate mission of raising a mar riage fee out of pure nothing. After a short time she returned with the money, and the ceremony was completed to the satisfaction of the parties. •When the parting was taking place the newly made wife seemed a little uneasy. ' "Catherine," said the father, "what is the matter ?" "Well, yer riverence, I •would like to know if this marriage could not be spoiled now ?" "Certainly not, Catherine. No man can put you asunder." . "Could you not do it. yourself, father? Could you not spoil the marriage?" "No, no Catherine, you are past me now. I ...

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RAILWAY IN FORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

:r KAIL WAY. IN FORMATION. 'PASsnsanh trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney ' 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 1 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted . 11,12 a.m., Saturday only 12,05 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted , 5.38 p.m., Saturday only ' 7 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted > 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger truing losve .Rowral for Sydney 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted : C.5C a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and. Strnthlield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. • • 8.82 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday- excepted, ; stops Mittagong and Stratlilield only 8.31 n.m. Monday only, stops Miltngong, Picton,, Grun'villo, and StrathQold only. 1.34 p.m. daily, Sunday exanpled.

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

GENTLEMEN! "CfOUR attention is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our stock of. the j| following goods— < MEN'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS HATS AND UNDERWEAR TIES . \ ' HANDKERCHIEFS |,n Great Vapiety* BRACES J SPECIALITY : SAO SUITS, TROUSERS, ET0.i^> TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES. ■' ' JsLwnp s'xrsrxaEB ax." Also a large and. varied assortment of General Drapery suitable for the re quirements of the residents, of this district. GIVE US A TRIAL. YOU WILL FIND OUR VALUE GOOD : . ALL ROUND J. Rfl, CHRISTIE, CASH DRAPER AND CLOTHIER, < Bowral and Mittagong. • A.- W". BEER'S Qteat ^tearing , . . '5 FR33E PRESS' OFFICE, 13OWRAL^ Bargains. Bargains. Bargains. EVERY MACHINE MUST BE SOLD. •' 1 The following Prices are Nett Cash, but extended easy TIME PAYMENTS may be arranged ■ LADIES' MACHINES. . , " Hudson, £},. Gilchester, £■$ ios,. Mosely, £5 Royal Progress, £6 ios. Hummer, £g. The Royal Progress and Hummer are two really first-class ...

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

.©tjbsoribel"' to ' tub jpjgtee! press. •fbzs. quarter in advance, PUBLIC NOTICE. SJ. McBARON wishes to inform OriflHha . Bros, numerous customers that for a few weeks while.he id working in the Braidwood district MR. 0. McDONALD, yictoiia-street.'Bowral, will-; transaot all business till further notice. for l/ A Fortune for Is, A Fortune lor is«. £1,000 for l/ >if|TT|£iOOO for 1/ £1,000 for 37-1 piuze ) £1000' for 1 / Or 12 moil Ilia Trip Round the World, first-alass, all' lispenseu paid, and .GGOO in Ca«h for one person, or eifibt months for two.. And 139 other Important PrizeF. ranging in. valuer . from £1 to .£150. EIGHT HOURS 46TH ANNUAL G3EAT ART. UNION* v.'. ilQth—Iho oldest nnd most popular—40th. MELBOURNE, I9TH APRIL, 1902. Under the Tatronngfc of- Eiis Exccl Icncy tE>c E:u*l o! Sloixitouu, tiovuruor-fieitcrnl. . PROCEEDS in aid of the HOSPITALS and • PUBLIC CHARITIES. Prizes will ho delivered to winners, Free of nil Charges. A list of-winning numbers will ho pouted: ...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

BOW UAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.. • 1 Meets every alternate Thursday, at'the Council Chambers, nt 7.80#p.m. \ Clerk's office hours are : Tnosdays, from 10 to 12: a.m. ( Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, ■■8-. ta-v 5 p.m. .. . • Alderman W.'Murray, Mayor. • Mr. W. 11. FnVrow, council clerk. '

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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

THE PLAGUE. The, plague still continues in its triumph ant progress through Sydney and every day new areas of infection tiro announced. It is not merely in the alums tlmt caseB have occurred, but in the very heart of the city, in somo of the important busineos centres. In every case it appears that infection was convoyed by rats. A letter sorter in the Gonoral Post office is among the patients.' the Board of Health is urging the impor tance of killing all rats, and tho Municipal Oonnoil is issuing poison free to all house holders. There were uo fresh cases of plagiio on Monday, this mailing tho third consecutive clear day. It .is hoped that tho critical stage has passed. J - David Austin,, sen., one of the plagtio patients at tho Coast Hospital, died at the institution on Monday afternoon. N

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

€flinc.Ncjir Rcing si tflripple. Josh Westhafer, of Loogootee, Ind., U.S.A., is ft poor man, hut ho says he would not be-without. Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it coat five dollars a bottle, for it saved him firm beine a cripple. No extornal application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted uiuscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheurautic and muscular pains. It has also cured numerous oases of partial paralysis. It is •for.sale by. D. Moeqam, Chemist, Bowral; As will-be'seen by advt. the Bowral Amateur Orchestral Society intend hold-' ing a grand entertainment on Wednesday evening next in the School of Arfs. Half proceeds will be devoted' to .the society "and the other half to the I3.D.C. Hospi tal. A splendid programmers being ar ranged. ■' • • A sharp shower of rain fell about mid day > yesterday, but the downpour was nothing to speak of, for shortly, afterwards the streets were as dry as ever., 'The usual fortnightly dance will, be held in the Oddfellows'...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR ' ~ FOR MARCH. • " " By A. Landsdowne, Gnulburn.; , • • •' Tlie continued.drought.has upset all cal culations of cropping, acid other garden work, and little can bo done till : raius - fall. When we get1 the' rainmany crops .can be. triod though the season is late for some. Last year after tho rnius in tho middle of March, Swedes etc., woro sown with. good results, and we iHny got a mild fall. Got' all lands , possible' ready for seeding and with ■ plenty of manure and cultivatioi, growth will be rapid. Tho rains in othei\ states will certainly soon reach lis., '.'Kitchen.' Garden.—Sow new' queen onions, plant tree and potatoo onions, swedes, turnips of all kinds, lettuce, raddish, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage.of sorts only," and beet. Plant out cabbage arid cauli-. flowers. ' - : Farm.—Sow rye, capo barley, rape, lnoerne, cockfoot, Vyo grass, clovers, &c. got land ready for cropping, with- wheat, oats, itc. in April. Don't neglect proper manuring ...

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WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. ' [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. ' Tlio officors of the steamer Philadelphia confirm the report that Signor Mureom re ceived wireless telegraphy moasngea. from Cornwall on the vosael when lOod miles from tho Lizard. Tlie letter S (throe short ticks) whs heard lit a distance of 2009 miles. Tho apparatus on the Philadelphia was not of sufficient capacity to reply. Signor Marconi ussertsthat it'.' is poesiblo to sond a message round the world, receiv ing it at the starling station. Tho earth's curvaturo duos cot affect tho electrical waves. ■ ■■ . . .

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

The Mikado of Japan is Bending splendid gifts to King Edward upon Lis .Coronation; The flifts include a pair of vases represent ing tlia .work for seven years of thirty of llio bfest artists of Japan. The best cough drops aie drops .ol Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. The next time you take cold, dose your- ¥j self with, a lot of , %. home remedies aud 0 dilly-dally along an til your cough is 0 >{j deop-soated and you are threatened with pneumonia or con sumption. That's one way, to be sure. Hore's another way: Take rs lofora! at hedtimo andJjq all right the next morning. Isn't this the hotter way ? Then continuo the Cherry Pectoral a . . few days until your throat and lungs have completely healed and all danger of future trouble is past. Another grand thing about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is that it cures hard coughs, the hardest kind of old coughs, evon after all obhor remedies have failed. : Put up in-largo.and small ITottlos. . " When .it hurts your lungs' to cough,: then apply one of Ay...

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The Boer War. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 March 1902

• X2ae Eoer War. - ' One of the Canadian scouts, narood Ross, who in serving with Major-General Riming ton's aolunin, found Do Wei's cave coutiiiu ing his rewrve-of munitions of war, •• In uddi.tion.lo the largo quantity of: am munition and- miscellaneous stores, refer enco to which has already < been. cabled., •Majcir-Geuerttl. Bjmiiiglon's 'nn.'u found aomo important Boer Correspondence, as well 113 considerable quantities of wheat, a complete mill, and GOO pom-pom.shells...; Seventeen-wounded Boers, found hiding in the eaves wero taken prisoners..' • Lieutenant-Colonel C. F. Cox, of the third Now South Wales Mountods, reports having recently captured seven-Boors and a number of waggons. Fifty other Boer prisoners have been bro.nght into Jiloernfonloin. Commanrtant-Genoral Louis' Botha is reported to ho laagered with,800..'.follow-, eiv on his farm 25 miles North of Vryhr-ld. During the discussion on I he Army. Es tates, Mr. St. Jolrn BrodricU,' Secretary (if State for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

STJI330:R,I:I3E: ' TO, ■ THE" FREE. FRESS>V Sis* IPEJR, Q.XJ^XtTEI?£'_ I3V ADVANCEi.. . TO MEN:. ■ Write for free copy of valuable book about yourselves, your health, your happiness, your future. It contains ft.full exposition of the human system and tlio remedies adopted. No need to consult doctors Ponied free in sealed envelope*-. Every nmn should read it. . Address—O. Spcclflo, 539 Klizaboth-etreot North, Melbourne. TO LADIES. Ko noed to oonsult doctors or ohemtete. The remedies t you require in j'our own hands. .. Write for freo copy • of valuable .book.about yourselves, your health, your - welfare. Every woman should read it. Posted fr< e • in sealed envelope. Address—G* Specific, 639} Elizabeth-street North Melbourne, ' LADIES.—03, BOXWELL'S famous Silent Pills are used successfully the world - over. Bold by all chemists. 5s. 6d. per box. Insist on getting theae pills, and do not bo persuaded to* accept any subatitnte. # "* s v«on ey. . SYDNEY AGENTS'-FOB THIS PA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

GENTLEMEN\ ^POUR' attenti6n is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our'stock of. the; Jj ^following goods— ., , - > 1 ' MEN'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS "WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS: HATS AND UNDERWEAR TIES \ HANDKERCHIEFS |,,rGreat Variety. BRACES j SPECIALITY i . SAG SUITS, TROUSERS, mJ&> TO ORDER/AT SYDNEY PRICES. FIT A.1XT13 StaC,32T3L,2Ea "-fiu. 3C Also a large and varied assortment of General Drapery suitable for the re quirements of tlie residents of this district. GIVE US A TRIAL. YOU WILL FIND OUR VALUE GOOB ALL ROUND. . ' ; J. Nl, CHRISTIE, CASH DRAPER AND CLOTHIER, ... JBowral aaad M5ttagongi _z>l. W. BEER'S Qreat Qlearing ... BICYCLE VSAXiE, JT-RJEE PRESS OJF3FX^E, BOWKAL Bargains. Bargains. Bargains. EVERY MACHINE MUST BE SOLD;' The following Prices are Nett Cash, but extended e'asy TIMEr PAYMENTS may be arranged LADIES' MACHINES. Hudson, £■$. Gilchester, £i ros.' " , Mosely, ^"5; Royal Progress, £6 10s. I-Iummer, £g. • " The Royal,Progress and'Hum...

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LORD METHUEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

LORD METHUEN. L'ird Mtftliuen, who has suffered a scrions defeat at tlio hands of liis affectionate onemy, Do La Hey, and lies wound od and a prisoner in tlie Boor camp, is by far the greatest prize'the enemy lias secured to date. Whiit will Do La Hey do with his distinguished prisoner ? TImt is the interest ing question of the moment. He cannot ba expected to turn liiin loose as soon ns lie, is well, as ~ the Boers, do with the-casual Tommy Atltins. He is too big a prize for that, a»d no doubt an effort will bo made to- secure au exchange. Certainly the Boers will expect to scoro with tlio General; they can't turn liim loose as they- are. said', to Imvfl done ono inferior superior officer of the swagger society, typo with the re inarlf, " Go, we cannot afford to hoop yon prisoner, you arc too useful to our side; in the field."

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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Association Debate. The Debating Club iri connection with the Bowral Young Men's , Association, held its usual debate in the -Association Hall last Wednesday evening. The Speaker (Mr. Albert Chapman) occupied the chair. In the abscnce of the secretary, Mr. Percy Beer was appointed to act in that capacity for the evening. The minutes of the previous debate were read and adopted. -- Correspondence. From the secretary of the Yambulla Debating Chib, asking for a copy of riiles" to be sent.—Messrs. Slack and Barlow moved that a copy of the rules be for warded.—Carried. Questions. Mr. Barlow asked - if the Miuister for Works intended placing a sum of money on the estimates for providing a water supply for Bowral ?■ Mr. Davidson replied that <as soon, as money was available, a sum would' be" placed on.the estimates for this purpose. . Mr. Barlow asked whether the Imper ial Government, or .'.the'- Commonwealth; parliament was,,paying. the '.expenses ' oE the, Common wealth contin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

A Ccrtniu Cure for Dysentery aiul lHarrhwa. " Some years ago I was ono of a party that in tended making a long .bicycle trip,", pays F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Co., Pa., U.S.A. "I ivas taken suddenly with dinnhma, and was about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of the Iiaceyville " Messenger," Boigisestad that I take a ddso of Chamberlain's Oolic, Cholera and Diarrbcoa Ileraeily. I purchased a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and nover felt' any ill effect. Again last summer'X was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this.lime ono dose cured me." Sold by D. Mohqajs, Chemist, Bowral."

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ASSOCIATION C.C. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

association c.o. fixtures? Tho fixtures for the TJowral Association; Criclcot Club are as follows:— March 22— Burrawang at Burrawang, half day March 29—Ferndale C.C. (Sydney), ntBowral, nil day. March 31—Yaralla G.O..(Sydney), at liowral, aII day. , : .

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W. C. T. U. AN APPEAL TO AUSTRALIAN WOMEN. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

W. £?. Ti m, An ai'pf4a.ii. to Australian Women.-. (Bv Ellin Hopkins.) (Concluded.Vi, Lastly.,, what about your, own-boys ?" Do not thinlc for one uiomeut that your schools n?e'free.froth tho < moral dangers-presented by oiuvEny'ia'i schools, which, alone have tit-times, filled me with the darkness of' des pair. ■ Those evils are oommou. to-t every school where boys are herded together with out the.'influence-of- mothers, and sisters. Even day schools do not, alas 1. wholly' eradicate the danger that springs up^wher ever.ft bad boy is found, and is kept intense ly secret. The evil will go on till- the parents, and especially the- mother, make themselves .the friends and-the moral teach ers of their own boys. Here we touch at tho very, root of things,.for my 15 years of. work at this que3tiou have convinced me that till we get a higher toue among meu, till we diminish the demand that produces the. supply, the whole of the iuotleraMe evil. will-eo on.. And now comes the que...

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