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

IN LESS THAN SIX YEARS WEBBER'S VITADATIO Has, Covered, Several Continents. READ WHATJT IS DOING. Catarrh, in, the Stomach CURED, 10. XEARS INTENSE SUFFERING:. Ca^iiiulSccMrs. Cnmminss. 302. Oxford-street Woollhnro, April 27, 1900;. MR/PALMER; . 181 Pitt-8treet1;S,ydney._ Dear Sir,—For ten (10),years I liava suffered from Catarrh of the Stomach, suffering intense pain dar ing. the whole time, fciovora] times ray life was despaired ot and at the last the doctor said lie could do.no more for.rap. At this time I.read your adver tisement, and determined! to give VITADATIO: a trial. The insult; 1ms exceeded my GREATKST anticipations. I am now FUIjI/X RECOVERED, t^nd anl in batter, health than I have been for the' past. t\v'elvo years..- i eafnostly recommend thoi medicine to similar sufferers.. You ara. afc liberty to' make what use you like of this, and I shall feel a pleasure in answering any question ro my com plaint. Yours truly, (Signed);ISAl?ELLA.OUiIAIINGS.. £or, further particula...

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

B. D. Cottage Hospital. Tho usual monthly nieetinfi was held yesterday (Friday) afternoon. Mr. Gavin George occupied the cbiiir. ' The executive ooraraittee submitted plana for a new board, and nurses room. The mat ter is held over pending particulars ra building material. Dr. Millard haB presented the hospital with a spray for wards. Total receipts since lapt meeting, £3<1 2/10 ; accounts amounting to £7o 18/1 were passed for payment. On the motion of Messrs Harsden and Mackenzie the matron's salary was increased to 30s per week. A full report of the.meeting is held over till our next issue.

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

Nothing Like Oil.. "Fn dealing with.man, remember that (i- spoonful of oil.wilt go-farther than a-Rallnn of vinegar.!' The B ime may ho said of childron. There is nothing so Rood for children as the old-fashioned castor oil. However much they abhor ir,.it is their best meci cine for disorders of the howels. In the most severe oaaes of dinrrhcea and dysentery, however, Chnm rberlain'a Colic,. Cholera and' Diarrhrea Remedy should'be given after the oil operates, and' a quick j'cure is sore to follow., For s ile by D.. Morgan, i Gheraist, Bowrol.. A- W. Beei^Jias Bikes for Hire

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Concert and Social. MITTAGONG P.A. LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Concert and Social. MITTAGONG P.A. LODGE The Mittagong branch of the Protes tant Alliance Lodge held a highly suc cessful & interesting concert and'social in the School of Arts on Wednesday even ing last. The event was to celebrate the fact that the lodge had attained an envi able and excellent financial position in that it now has over £1000 to its credit. This amount is a record, and as far as is known places the lodge in a unique position so far as New South Wales is concerned. To arrive at such a large re sult very forcibly indicates a very great amount of good judgment and able man agement on the part of officers and mem-, bers alike. Notwithstanding the ups and' downs of the township, the lodge appar ently must have made progress through good and bad seasons. But we under stand that at a trying time, when the lodge's finances were threatened with calamity, an additional id per week per head was inflicted on all members. This had the result of making a wonderful, dif fe...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

garden and 1TIELP CALENDAR FOR. MARCH.. 13y. A.. 1j Ay lis d o w n 10; Gnulbuvu. The contiune.l drought liaa npsel hH. cal eiilat.ons oi cropping,iiud- other garden .work,,iind liitle-can bu dune till ruins full. Wlieu.we yeL the nun many crops caih . be tried though the season is. lute for come., Lust yenr after the ruins ■ ill tiio middle of ■March, Swedes a.tc., were Down: with good results,.ami \vro may got n mild fall. Get all lands po&siblo- ready, for seed irg- and with plenty of manure and cult.vatior-, gro'wfc i will be'rapid. The rains in Olher stales will certainly,soon reach us. Kitchen •Garden.—Sow new qr.een onions, plant tree, and potatoe onions, swedes, turnipa.ofuvll'lfiuds, lettuce, raddish, spinach* cauliflower,.cabbage of sorts.only, and beet. Plant out cabbage and: cauli flowers.:; Farm.—Sow. rye, capo barley, rape, lucerne,, cockfoot,. rye. gras3, clovers, &o. get land ready for croppiug. with wheat, oats, &c. in April., Don't neglect pr...

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Cricket. TOWN CLUB v. JAMIESON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Cricket. TOWN CLUB v. JAMIESON. HILL,. A matoh was plnyed, on Wednosday after' noon last on the Surveyors * C'twiap wiokofc between, a town, club known aa the. "Knocb. Outs " and the " Jam Pots," a team from Jamiosontlill. The match as well as being; a good&nd interesting one, was highly in teresting and full of fun,, and resnlted in a. win for the " Jam. Pots." The barraekers were in full forco,, and kept up a continual, uproar from.the start of. tho game to the finish. The principal feature of the game, was.that it was provided with music,, both vocal and instrumental. Mr.. K.ilculkicoch was the chief vocalist, , assisted by Huggott,. wiio was chief dancer, and they kept tho merriment up by chiming in now and again with " Here wo are agaiu " and other comic songs,, to the mouth organ accompanimeuts. by " Wobbly," who. was. a firstrdass mnsiciam. The teems were captained; by Messrs. F:.. Sheii and L. Comer,, and both distingushed themselves in that capacity ;. whilo Messrs....

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

Lawti- Tennis*. < . In a matuli played on-Wedueaaay last' om the Bowral courts betweeu the Bowral andt Jelloro Lawn. Tennis, clubs,- the former proved victorious;, winning: by 21' Karnes.. The game was.one of the most pleasant- in the recorda-of; fcho Bowral- club,, and- the? aftornoou was perfect.. The . visitors worn■ "regaled with afternoon.tea by the ladies of' the home team during' the course of llio; match. Following aro the scores — Bowral.. . JiiLLonv;; Miss Jones and Miss SavelHv..Miss Kell and Mrs. Gampbell .... .... G-8! A, Corry and Miss Viileutiue v. J, Lake1 nnd'Miss Lake " .... ... G 8? Miss Corry and:Miss Yalentiue.v.;Mrs.: Campbell and Miss Lake .... v ...G>o> T; Chapman and Miss Jones v. A. Lake and Miss Lake .' G-li A. Corry and Mis3 Valentine v. G; Kell. - aud Miss Kell S'Gi W.'.-Vulentine and A. Obrry v. J-. Lake . / aud W. Campbell ; G 2: Miss .Corry and W„ Viileutiue v.. Msss Kell and G. Kell G-5; B. Jones and T. Chapman v. G. Koll. and J. Lak...

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

B'owral GolfClufe -The'annual'meeting. of tlie Bbwral'Golfr" Club was held on Monday afternoon, rothi inst:,.under the presidency-of Mr.. Gaviiit George.. The lion; sec., reported' a very/ satisfactory year's progress, tliere being; at present 65, members . on the books.. During-the year monthly, medal competi tions were held; the donors'being- Messrs. Thirtle, Marsden* and Whytt,. with' the: following results:—A Class, Cecil Jones B.Class,„Sam Jones-;- Ladies, Miss Bed well; Driving competitions, for prizes; given bp Messrs. R. A. Warden (two),, and Rev. Stanley Wilkinson, were -won; by. Messrs. Richmond Whytt and' S.. Jones, and Miss-Vera. Koylc.- Mr.. C, J.. Royle also gave a prize for approaching-; and putting for ladies, which was won by Miss Vera Royle; During the-year the-. GbulburmGolf.Club- visited, the Bovvrali links, and'beat the local club, The hon. treasurer's report wasreceiv edand>adopted. The-report showed that; the club-would commence the new year with a. credit ...

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

17OR SAI.li-20.gqod Daffodil Bulbs, in 5 varie . . tios, 3/0; HO, iu 7 varieties, 5/; 42, in 10 varieties, 7/0 ; GO, in 14 varieties, 10/0; 100, in 20 variation, 20/, post free. Cash with order. COP1? AND SONS, Uowral. 11!)1 SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, and COM MERCIAL EDUCATION lor latliea ana gentlemen. Accammodotion for boarders. ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE, fl Uli WOOD. 1175 OR SAXE.—Two young COWS in full milk, very "quiet. Also one LACS'S and GENT'S HACK, and one CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. Also light double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. MR. W. N. "WILLIS, M.L.A., has commonced business at 25 Bligh-atreet, Sydney, as LAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AGENT. Few men have had a more varied and practical exper ience in these mutters than ho. His clients' cases should bo very safe in bis hands.—A.I. NOW OR NEVER.—After a record run of seven years, tluit artistia and historic gem of Gyclo rarna art, the Cyolornma of Jerusalem), Sydney, is about to be dismantled to mako w...

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

A social' was held in the Canterbury Han,. Mittagong,. on- Tuesday evening' last in aid of a destitute family. The music was-supplied by Mr. G. E. Vincent,, extras being contributed by Misses Mor ris and Murray, while- Mr. tL. Binns acted as M.C. In addition to the,proceeds from: the dance some:^6 ioshad been,previous ly collected. " ' . , Leather goods can be freaheued' up by rubbing well with the white of-an egg witb. a piece of soft clotb. A CosKiimntcaUoii Mil. Bditob—Allow mo to apeak a few. words iui f.ivor of Chamberlain's Cough Hamedy. I suffered for tht oc years with tho.bronchitis and could n-it sleep at--niffhts 1 tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing t~< r'ivo mo any relief mini my wife got a bottle of this valuable mcdicine, which* has completely relieved mef^-W.. S. BnooitMASi Bagnell, JIo., U.S.A. This remedy is* XorBole by D; Morgan, Chemist, BowraL" 'i, -

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Bowral Police Court. Monday, gth March. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Bowral Police Court. Monday, gtli March. F. Croucher pleaded guilty to a- charge of drunkenness in BowraL He was fined: 5S, or 24. hours.. ' ..■■ Tuesday, 10th.March-. Frank Walbury was fined 2/6-fordrun-'. kenness> and for using obscene language a fine-of 1 os or 7 tlays was inflicted./ -The: fine was not paid:.. * •- Friday, i4th'March;. „ , , Bfefore Messrs. W.. St Gaswell, P;Mi„ and F. 13. ICyngdon, J.P; Harrigan- v. Southal), for- detention of:' waggon. Mr.. Oxley for complainant, Mr.. McCarthy for defendant. George Harrigan Reposed': Lanna: cat rier; residing, at • Kangaloon ; T am the' : owner of a- spring, waggon* valued afcabout £12; I saw Mr.' Soutiiall about the end of Jjanuary, and got- an- estimate ' for re pairs; which I accepted, and sent the waggon to him ; I saw Mr. Southall my self;. the felloes .■ were ■■to- be 2& inches deep Southal! kept the waggon.for 8' or 9,idays.. He sent it out by my man,; I; saw it was not done up to specifications, and sent it ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. . Last Thursday's meetiug of the Munici pal Council terminated ingloriou8ly„because of adjournment by reason of misconduct. Tbe privilege of being an- alderman carries with it tbe supposition that (he council will meet ou tbe basis of being gentlemen, the usages of gentlemen, find tbe restrained, courteous language of gentlemen. When, however, a member transgresses, ho must be brought to>mend his wayward ways; it may bo by an intimation from the chnir, a point of order,, a voluntary acknowledgement of error, or an enforced withdrawal. Should defiance of authority ensue,, pandemouium prevail and Donnybrook Fair ba brought to the blush, then all that is left on behalf of decency and order is for the Mayor to abruptly adjourn the meeting on the suppo sition that retirement and reflection go hand iu hand together. The pnhlic are meanwhile acquainted by the press with the details of the eruption of bad manners, and those who revel in being " agin the tofts " and: t...

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THE world'S APPLE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

THE. world;s APPLE. KING; Judge Wellhonso is called tho apple king af (lie world. His orcLmr<ls;in Kansas, oou< Hist of 1,630; acres, containing • 100;000> apple trees, and are located in the eouutie3 of Leavenworth,. Miami, and Ojag.e.,In thirteen years ho lias picked1: over 400,000 liuahols of apples, ami whenever ho bas: a. iittle money to aparo lie buys a Utile- more j ind and sets-out somemore- apple- trees., growing apple trees is his passion. . " I tuka more dolight m planting apple trees and seeing -them; grow," said lie to acorres-: poudent,.";tliaii in- anything' else- in. tli& world." Chief precedence as to favourite varieties-is given; to Ben Davis, of which lie has G30.acres Missouri Bippiu, 8(10 acres /Jonathan, 300 acres; and G-ano, 10Q> acres. Thirty of his yoars^luive been spent in apple cultures .

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

ATTRACTIVE CLEARING SALE, — or— Horses, Vehicles, Farming, Imple ments, Machinery, Cattle, &Q; &c Saturday, 22nd Marcli, AT 2 O'CLOCK. J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE bean favoured with instructions- from C' J. UOYLE, ESQ: (owing to his intended do parttiro from t)io district), to soil by nuotion at his residenoe," Anncrley," near BowrnI, on abovo dato :■ Grey Horse " Skylark,'; harness and saddle; Pair 7Jlack Carriage Horses, Bay More, harness and saddle; Ulack Horse, Bay Pony, Koau Horse,, used in plough, spring oart, or sociablo; Prize> Sulky, built by. Southnll Mail Phaeton^ built by Vial ^ American Trap, Kensington-, with ro-• versibla and removable scats; Strong Sooiahlo,; BUggy. or O.irry-all,. with., rovorsiblo ■ and removable scats; Spring ' Curt, Tip Dray, Hand Cart, Single and-Double Harness,, Ladies'and Gent's Saddles,,3. Dairy Cows itv '■Milk.''4;Yearlings,3 Poddies, about 20 slicop, 2: Mowibg Machines, Horse Hay Rnkc, 1. Single • Rnd I-Double ITurrow...

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Original Poetry. BUSHIE'S FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

O-ragSstal Poetry.. liUSHIE'S: FLAG.. .There is a flag should: rule supreme. Ausir.ilia's sunny- shore ■That's, iisld hy thousands in esteem^ .Ami lo.veci by thousands more. A fl-iK that speaks of love and health,. Of kindred brave and free, Siio iltl rule the southern home of.w.eajth, And cherished, liberty. There is. a flag, on many a mast That guards our Anstra.l seas,. That claims a racc of noble cast(i And welcomes every breeze A (lag. that floats on many a bark. Tar on the ocean wave-; That bids the sailors Hope, when, dark; And'stormy billow.s.ra.ve, There is a flag- that's \va.ving; high, Upon: the mountain steep Where pioneers lay down to die, Their loss lor which w.e weep.. A ilag that waves o'er, palace grand1,. Alike the luishman's.home Could hold a nation-in commandi On shore or cr.estcd, foam.. There is-a (lag t hat, tells, of worth,. • All o'er the Southern Sea Though vet-unchristened.since ifs.bif.th,. A proud name it should, be.. /X /lag 'that dares, to.take-its.sta...

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

Illness of Mr. Garrett. It is with deep feelings of refirel that we refer to the very serious illness of Mr. J. Garrett, of .Robert son, who now lies in a very precarious condition, at the Coituge Hospital, Honral.. Iio underwent an operation on'Tuesday for the relief of acute appei; "dicitis. A larce abscess was found iu tha abdojnan.: On- inquiry at the hospital last evening we were in fer oed that tlio patient had passed a very bad dty and that there were littlo hopes of his living the night through To briylUPii a .fire in ilia rick 'room, use -pir-ces of dried orange peel or luuap3 of sugar.

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

SEEDS,.all kiniln;- FRUIT-trees';- shbubs; ■ iiLOSr anil OHi3iUJi3SX. in.stock. -lO rACK 1£'L's,.t1uin EA1I), 10a. a.. LAiVSDOWNE £ C0\, 'Goulburn: * TOSTE: ON TIME' AND DOME RIQJ&T t Orders- for • any lescriptiotrof III N.tin g. i g.\V left at the- \ fh Free Press"V / Office,' V ./ Bowr.aL y w».. beer; Proprietor.

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THE TEST MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

TEE. TEST MATCHES;. As fur-as the-test ma'clio3 are concerned', MaeLaren'a team lias met-with almost a aimilur fatO' as that of; Stoddart'H- lasti; There is one-difference, howevor,. and: per^ haps it may ho- some consolation to- I lie i ..ICuglishmen. When. Stoddart's team; was here iu 1897 98, five test, mutches. were i played, and of tlie.sa .A-iijit-raliar. \vii9 succost) f.il in. four aiul England in one.. This tonr I tlio samo-number o'f'gnra«s-. were played, i with, tlio same results. But whore tho-dif? I ferenco-oomos in lies in the fact that the Australians! ha.va not won their matches- so easily this- tour,, whila they were more severely beaten.. Stoddai'ti'n- combination won its. match- hy nine wiisliets,; but lost twice by an. innings,.once by eight wickets,, and: again, by six wiclfntsy whereas M'ac Laren-'s leam won the first by an innings and 12-1 runs, and-only-'lost - by 229/ runs,. - four wickets eight-:wieke's};• aud: 82; runs;. Scoringihas,.however, uot been near...

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MARRIED TO A. SAVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

MARRIED; TO- A. SA.V.AGE:. I- In 'the Divorce Division, London,, on Januar.y.-28,; Sir P.. Jeune had before him .fclie potition of Mrs., Elorenou Kato Lo Ben, nfoc-a.divoroe by-reasoni of. tho- cruelty and misoonduot of,lior, husband,.Peter Lo: Ben, son.of.Lobonguela, formerly King of: M'ata ! beleland: ' The suit was undefended. Mr.,T. Davis for. the petitioner said the i parties wore married' on J?6bnmry 28;, 1.900, at the Registry Ofike,. Holloway.. There 'were no children... Soou-after the ceremony the respondent became extremely cruel to his wife.. Iu Jane,.1900,.ha tlireatenedher •with: violence,, and. bit her- finger.1 The 'parties-.first: mot"'when- tlie respondent was taking part in a South African show, at: Earl's C.ourt.. Rfcsplying-'to Sii' F: J'ennei Jootincil! said that the respondent bad lived iu England, for two years. Sir'F. Jeuno : His domicile- of.' origin. ifc . Matabuleland'. !'■■■■ Tbe petitioner^ gave- evidence- as- to tlio 'marriag'ej.ahil of her aftorwards l...

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Flowers of the Forest. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 March 1902

Flowers of the. Forest., ]&. A BANKER. Iii, a, r.eqeni arliclo. of this, serf6a reference whs. made to, t lie extreme, beauty, and, lpy.qlir ■miss of the,trees, of tlig forest after; a, heavy hdar frost had; clothed; their, sprays: :and branches in; n pure wbi.to. vestal garb. of. crystal j-spangling ihe conifers iji glittering, siars, and. transforming the landscape in to, a, very fairy-land of crystalline sublimity.. But not the trees and the shrubs of the, sylvan.glades only are thus metamorphosed from th,e leafless., dormant bleep, of- winter into, visions, of oparlding: beauty; for the humbler vegetation is. also clothed by the. icy breath„of the north iu an, ever varied: enriclnneut of graceful adornment.. Blades of. tho Ipng couchrgrass, lying: prone, upou tho,ground; are. ornunnmled like the tail; fi-atlier.H of the handsome Australian lyre bird,, but mpro beautiful, even thau that iuitist graceful of the feathered1 race; for. if examined, with, the aid of a magnifyi...

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