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

End of the Season* ! DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. Preparatory to the receipt of New Season's Stock, now landed in Sydney, ready to come forward, I Owing to the great success of similar occasions in previous seasone,.are again offering for the next 7 days. Remnants of Cambrics. Remnants of Ribbons,. Remnants of FJannelettes.. Remnants of Lace. Remnants of Prints. Remnants of. Calico.. Remnants of Zephyrs.. Remnants of Flannel.. Remnants of Muslins.. Remnants of. Insertions.. Remnants of Foulards.. Remnants of Embroideries;. Remnants of Cashmeres.. Remnants of Art Muslin.. Remnants of Meltons.. • Remnants.of Sheetings.. ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES' AT BARGAIN PRICES. BUY' AT ONCE,. OR YOU. WILL LOSE: YOUR CHANCE. RntlierfOTcL &c W~ielch.a,iri, BowraL ■ Kf' ■ ■ ■ > •JSEficJiS;:i' They a re read e of the very beat, material. by skilled' mechanics;.. Extended iron frames; exceptional ly strong... ' Cased in f igured walnut,, elegant in design. Ihe BEST VALUE, of' any Piano in the marke...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

CKICKET. The Bowral Association will be"repre-' sented by the following team .to-day in an all day match at Bowral against'; Thirl mere, play to start at i'i'^o Messsrs.-J. and W. Griffiths, H. Poole, L. Comer, J. Huggett, H. and C. Jones, : F;-and Cope, F. Sheil, W. Savell. Last Wednesday's match between the Town Club'and Jamieson Hill will be found on, our fourth page.

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

>.D. CORSETS P.D TKE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET' IN THE TRADE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD,. Avoid Infdrlor Imitations, and see that each pair bears this Trario Mark on band Inftldo. 03TAIRA3LE.FRQM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE, Sole Agents for Australia B8R8D0RFF & Co. 1 fi'^ppri i«m | i i* m £ s- S» 8 b Embodies the goad qunlitlen of Tea or Ener without injury to the Nervous System, and deed not 7ntox2cato. OSF JfeiT Thero's nothing oan equal ale brewed; from the root of, ll:o Dandelion.. HftS all the Brncjufcr Power, Color. OJonnicas. liquet. &c,, of tlie Heist British.Boor. H*» u Tonic. Its mi A)>jK'ti«\:r. It's t> .PiuMcr* ' 11*8 bi'C'Woil like Itecr Looks lik<» Urer. It inMres■ lil:c Moor, IL'b nJMcilieiiie us well ns n Coverage. It's jroori for iufuuta and Invalid*. It's th<; ovi'iitml toumnuian Inuulclkm Ate. It's brewwl' by Mr. UiiOIUJii.NICIIOW^, Proprietor, It's At nUUoU-ln. Uo*tciuv:»itf$, &V. •»' WHEH YOU OR'HK DAKDEtlOH ALE SYDN...

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

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING*—Dr. Osborne says :: I- use SANDER & SONS EUCAI/EPTI EXTRACT as a- spray for nasal catarrh; low fever, a3thmai Ac.,. with great success. I find this preparation, superior to all others."' Dr. Stahl :: " I have used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus,.buti: get better results from. SANDER & SONS "EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other." Dr..Preston " I never use, any Eiicalytus preparations-other than SANDER' iSr SONS',,as I found the others to bo almost useless."' Dr..Hart: It goes without saying that SANDER; & SONS' EUCALXPM EXTRACT is the best in the mark'et." In influenza, all fevers, throat and lung : trouble, diptheria, diarrhceft, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism,. woundst sprains, ulcers, &a., it is invaluable. See that you get SANDER & SONS', and rejeot spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by. unscrupulous dealers.

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

Robertson. At a meeting ofthe committee -the tender or Mrs. G. Graham, of the llobercson Bakery, was accepted for the providing of eatablos for tlie opening of tho ugw " \Vqs Ieyan Church o'u tho 17th March. Tlie' opening service will be conducted by the' Rev. Geo. Lane, ex-preaideut of the con-v foreuce, on Sunday, lGrliMarch. -The following "ministers' were also invited ifor the following day Wosleyan': Revs. M. i Mnddern, Bowral; J. Gardiner, Wollon gong; W. Howard, Jumberoo. Church of England: D. T. Smith, BurrnwHng. It i has also been decided to seat the church wilh chairB in lieu of forms/ the president" being empowered lo purchase Id dozen. ; During" February' the Rob'prtsou Dairy Company separated 27,Cd8 gallons of milk,' producing 12,077 lbs. butter. The average test was 3.*9, and suppliers were paid lljtl per lb, for butter fat, equal to -1J3 per gallon' for milk. It took 22£ lbs. of milk to make* lib of butter. Owing to the continued dry' weather the milk Biipply is decre...

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

r *"It'sX'WiiLL-Assoiited Match" is the exclamation of every loyal Englishman in speaking of fcbe recent marriage of Piince. George of Wales and Princess May. I'bat the happy pair will be spared to rule over onr country wisely and well, and enjoy the blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find ail echo in many hearts. Holloway's. Bills and Ointment have been the means of prolonging thousands, of people in. all parts of the world;, ond now they are looked upon as the idost reliable family medicines. In cases of dysentery,, diarrhoea, sick headache, eveivindigestibn and liver' complaiut they are unapproachable by any kaown remedy,. They are sold by all chemists aud. medicine vendors,. HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING^ GRAINING, ET& "Workmanship Guaranteed. All. Orders Promptly Attended to. M IE I3.1R I <3: A-IX Gr-S TV (SVorliihop.Ogposito Uilton HouBe, Bowral): .... • 5SQ

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Boioral, Mittagong and Robertson. Saturday, March 15, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published inBoioral, Mitlagong\ and'Robertson.. Saturday, March 15, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. The-Mittagong branch of. the Protestant Alliance ' Lodge is to be congratulated on the attainment of I its present splendid financial- pqsition. in. having £1000 to its credit. . Bowral won by 21' games in a tennis match ogainet Jellore on Wednesday last,, played on the. Bowral court's;. . There was quite an uproar at the Bowral" council on Thurday evening,, " ohoice " language being, much in evidence.- • ' , It is- suggested from some quarters tHat the Mayor's action in adjourning the last Bowral coun cil meeting is open to comment as:he failed to have tlio words objected to; " confounded thing,'' taken down in the minuter, anddid not wait for, thV in-, suited alderman to demand an apology.. At the conclusion of the-Bowral' council meeting on Thursday evening, the Mayor and Alderman liice had a regular verbal" set to " on matters in general, but it is not for- us- toreport. ...

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Bowral Council. Thursday, March 13, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Bowral Council. Thursday, March 13, 1902. Present: Aldermen W.Murray (Mayor), •T. Mathewson, F. B. Kyngdon, Jos. Stokes, Moses Jones, M. Rice, and H. &I. Oxley. . Correspondence. From Messrs. Cope and Sons, forward ing special price list of trees and shrubs suitable for planting in the park.:—Re ceived. Park committee to report. From Secretary of; Railway Commis sioners, stating that they could not see that the approach to the gate crossing near the station was in bad order. Alderman Oxley moved that. the clerk write again, stating that in the opinion of the council the crossing requires finer metal.—Lapsed for want of a seconder. from the Department of Lands, inti mating the council that ^10 had been placed to the credit of the council for itn-' provements to the park., From Mr. A. Stephens- (for Mrs. Loathes), asking the council to lay a gas pipe from the main to the -new Kinder garten school in Rose-street.—Referred to' gas committee for report. ^ , .From Turnenand Hender...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, Bowral Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, Bowral Water Supply:. ■ Sir,—The question of most importance tc Bowral people is Unit of a water supply. Visitors wou't pay. high rents for lionsos where a morning tub. is- iin> impossibility. ; Without visitors,; what will Bowral bocomo ? ;Two qnostions are worth the-'consideration i pof the Bowral people.. Are we,, as a-body, | willing to pay_for a water supply,?' aud, I* i Hlie council"doing all' tliat. can bo dona to secure it?' The subject has , been so- long discussed by our city fathers that I presume a "water supply-is well within the region of practical politics.. The mountain won't come to Mahomet, and it is for the towns ;folk to rise up and. say that if the council! Mahomet wou't go. to- the mountain,-the j people will have-to take the matter up I .seriously and! put an end to the upparent | iapathy that exists at the Couucil Chambers, i . L therefore suggest that a Water Supply I Committee of Inqniry be formed to discuss | the matter,, and-to d...

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

• Bicycles and sundries goinfj iriflicnlauaiy cheap nt A. W.' Beer's Oycle Depot, Bow' raj. ' '

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

BOWRAL.MUNICIPAL COUNCIL... ' Meets every-al tomato- Tliucstlnyy .'at' th'o Oounoil Clmmliers, nt 7.30 p.rnv Clerk's.ottice hours tire : Tuesdays, from-10 to 12. a.m.; .Wednesdays, 7, to 9. p.m. :. Fridays,. il- la o p.m.. Aldermnn-W. Murray. Mflyotv Mr. W. 11. Furrow, .council cleric.

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SERVICES TO MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDG, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

SEEVIC BS T0 - MO RBO \V.. Church of England* BIMOH AND JODK/ROWHAL. Divine Services, 11 and 7.30 ST. BTTPnEN'S, MITTAOONO. Services 11 and 7.30 Preacher, Rev. D: Rutledge.' WfifGECARnllJUEE.. East ICangaloon 11, Robertson 3,. BnrrawanR 7-.30 Rev. D. T.. Smith.. Jfet.hodist Church. Bowral: Bendooley-atrert, Rev M Maddern- ll";' • Bonj? HonR-atrcct, licv.A \V Parton 7.30' ; Miltagong. Rev-A W Parton H, Rev Al- Muddern > 7.30' Mobs Vale, Rev A- W Parton 31 Bundanoon, Mr J Geary 11 and 7.301 : Penrose, Mr A H Hammond 3 Balmoral, Rev T ICench 3 Jfangaloon, Rev George Lane 11 Robertson, Rev George Lane 2,30'and 7.30 (opening, of New Church). Presbyterian Churoh. -Id ' Miitaging. 11 Bowral, 3.30 and 7.30' Rev. G. A. Gordon. , Roman Catholic Church. Bowral 9", Berriraa 11 - P.< v. Fc- Siioriijuri. ., ■ Salvutt'im Army. \ , liarritcka, Oddfellows' Jlall, ; Bovvral;:-'7 and ll a.in^ 3 and 7 p in. Captiiu E. I?.-.Suter.

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

Marriage. I We lake the following from the Sydney Morning Herald of the 8th instant:— " WOOLNOUGH — WILSON. -Febrrary 19i 1902, ut Elderslip, Croydon, the resi dence of the bricta's mother, by the Rev. James Woolnough, fathor of the bride groom, assisted by tlie Be vs. J. Q. Middlesoa and E. J. Rodd,: Waltef I George Wooluouijh to Margaret limn, third i daughter of the fate Rev. William Wilson." I

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

RAILWAY. INFORMATION.. P.\HSKNe»im,trairiB-nrrivo nt liowral trora Sydney: —• 11.47 p.m..daily, Saturdays excepted. 7:37 a.m. (PaperTrain) daily, Sunday exceptedi 11;12 a.m., Saturday only; 12.55 |i.tn. .daily, Sunday, excepted: 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7,58 p.in. daily, Satitrday nnd.Sunday excepted! *J.28 p.m., Saturday only. Passenger.trains. I«avo JBowrat for Sydilcyi:-— . 3.9 a.m. ,daily, Monday, excepted ■■ i 0.50 a.m. Sunday, only, stops Mittagong• and Siratliliold only ; 7,3 ft m..daily, Sunday excepted:, 8.33 a.m. ;daily, Sunday-.-and-wYIonday. excepted; -. slops iNIittagont; and Slrailifiiild only 8.31 a.m. Monday.only, utopa MitlaRong, PictoD,< (Tmnvillo.'apd Stratlifield only.. JJM p.in. dnily, Sunday excepted..

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

^ Catnc Xcar Being a ^ripple. Josh Westliafer, of Loo^ootce, Intl., U.S.A., is a -poor man. taut be say3 he would not be without' Chamberlain's Pain Hnlm if it cost five dollars a bottle, for it saved him. frcm. beine a cripple.. No externiilapplication is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contrnoted muscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and'muscular puinn. : It Iihs also curei numerous casrfs of partial paralysis, It.is fwealfi by I?. MofleajJ, Chemist, Bpwrul..

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(For the Young Folk.) PVE A WEE BUT TODDLIN LOONIE [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

(For the Young Folk.-).* ' I'VE A. WEE BUT TODDLIN: LQONXE " I'v a wee bit fcoddlin' loonie, Toddliii'but, an' toddliu'. ben Ye.sud see him iu's nioht goonie, In an' oot c' ilka en' Pafct'rin' wi! his.snaw white feeties Lauobin' naaisfc tae split bis sides,. Honey's nae sae sweet's the kisses. "I get frae him as he ritles, Like some soger on my knee ;. Oh, tHo loonie's dear tae me', An' though I'm iiukent au' poor,. Him I widnae gie I'm sure, ■For-the go\v4 .0' lan!' and; see He's a Avuri's; wealth tae me." John ftxtpr'ton;

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A Big Turnip. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

'A 55ig Xwrifllp. The : following is said , to have, appeared in the 'Times' of Dec: ember 19, 1S01 " One day last week : a gentleman of. -Chancery Lane received as a present from a friend near Aylesbury a brace of partridges, a couple, of fowls, a . hare, and a quart bottle of wine, all of-which-were completely shut up in a,hollow turnip, which, before it was made hollow, had weighed 281b.,.and when scooped contained. 10 quarts." .

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

PMCKXKS. Better be a poor man than a rich machine. . 'Prayer should sound of " Thank you " as much as of " please." Crooked living makes the cross Christian. Diversities .in. truth arc not. di vergencies. - The gloomy church preaches a ■ sunless heaven. Sincerity is the one great secret of success. Don't try to keep your pigs and your pearls together. The most needy man is always my nearest neighbor. It makes all the difference in the world whether our religion is an inner force or an outer fashion. , No duty is too small to embrace the sublimest principles. Hygiene is not holiness, but holiness will include hygiene. No, man. can speak for God un less he has been speaking with Him. Me who would be great in the day of trial must-. be great in that of trifles. . . - Riches in religion must be measured by' expenditure rather than by income. If Christian conversation is not a means of grace it will be a means of disgrace. Where the church is not over coming the world, the. world is over...

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

Royal Hotel,. ROB E RTSO N, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Beat Brands of Wines anil Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates.': - . First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass I'uddoolts, and Cattle Yards. FRED. GRAHAM, G2 - l'roprielor. BUSHELS CAN be grown 011 one plant, of 'l'ONGAN BKAN in a Hiiituble clirniiie. We lmvu other good things iu our catalogue. Send onn Bljillim; ptninps for a catalogue and uclcet of inixod lluwer seeds —100 suits. HERBERT d. RUWISEY, Seed.and l'lnnt Merchant. Horonin, Barber's Creel:, N.S.W. W.FROST and SON, BUILDERS' MO . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong Bong-Street and Railway Crcseent, Bowral. ESTIMATES FREE. . . ^ . . CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. 050 Tip to Bate Boot Making. W. SMITH, I Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, Bowral. All kimlH-of liest work made to mnnsiiro. Hnnd nown lioota undo Lo onier. Be^t Repairs in town. Ludica' Pumps turned. Children's School Hoots mado to. measure at Store -Prices. Good Work'and Best Material guarant...

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An Excellent Character. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Aft-Excellent Oaaractter, Lady : 'Who is the agent for these flats ?' Man at door:—' I can let the flats, mum.' ' And the rents reasonable ?' ' Yes, mum.' ' What sort of a caretaker have you ?' ' Asvery good one, mum.!' . '.Is,he polite and attentive ?''. "'•Yes, mum..' ' 'Honest?' ' , 'Yes, mum..''. . ':Doesn't he ever steal from the parcels of groceries or other things . left in his charge for the tenants?' rNever, mum.' " • - ■' He's a goocl 'Christian.' man is lie ?•' . ' ' Yes; mum. A politer, more attentive, hohester.'or more~ 'Chris tian man everlived, mum.' ' I'm delighted to hear that ! Where is he.now ?' '.I'm hi'm^mum.'

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