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THE WOMAN IN CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

THE WOMAN IN CHARGE. " The Mexicans threw the last shovel ful of tailings out of the tanks more than three hoars ago. Healy," said I, iteppmg into the " super's " oflice. " Hasn't that lady professor arrived yet " Arrived." growled Healy, dropping his pen and throwing lnmself back iu liis ehair, " Did you ever know a woman to keen an appointment on time, Leffing well ?" " I most certbinly have known ladies who would make appoiutnaents and keep them punctually." said J, warmly. Healy laughed. - " I suppose that now you're thinking of that inamorata in the east who Bends you a pink envelope with perpendicular writing every Monday regularly." This was the huper's usual fling, and all I could do was to laugh with him. " Hut this case is diQerent," he went on, the I11U3I1 dying out oi his face and voice, and the vexation coming back. " Here is a woman who has b?eu hired by the owner oi the mine to come out and assume chaige of the cyaniding opuutiong. A. woman, mind you! A woman to boss ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

j.;EENli^ Burrawang, WISHES to announce to the resi lents of tl»e district that he ha3 inken over -the J5LACK SMiTHI.VG and WHIOlOLWlilGHt BUSINESS rdceritly carried on at Mr. P.uktfi's premises, nnd hopes liy strict attention to business unci <;nod..work I r.iiianLijp to receive tt fuir blijiro of public, patron age.. ■■■■' ' :: ' ' Horse Shoeing a Speciality. ^

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

T*liey Say. That St. Patrick's Day was not observe cd as a-public holiday by the tradespeople o'f Eawral; J ; That, business men generally are agreed on the point.that holidays.are at present quite numerous enough'. • That employees are suspected of hold ing quite the opposite views on. this sub ject. >■ \ V : ' - That someday they may'be'business men themselves, and then they will think differently*- ■ : ". . ■ - . That the "lover's seat " on:the summit of the Gib Hill road is sadly'in need:of a back support. That in. its absencer.one.has to be .irft pro vised'by" Tom, Dick," or Harry," as the case may,be.. ■ That the " fair one " of course does, not object, but " my! how my arm aches !" That, everything, considered, ou r muni ,cipal fathers, might right tins wrong,- es pecially when it is remembered that*.they were'probably themselves once upon -a time:" young and foolish." . That eleven possible or probable Capi tal sites-were visited by thirteen senators. •That most politidan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

GENTLEMEN! "tTQUR attention is directed to the fact th^t \ye have just sorted up oilr stock of tliQ J following goods—• men's suits . boy's suits white and colored shirts hats and underwear . ties "y ■ - ''' hasdkIrchiefs p great vahety braces J SPECIALITY; SAC SUITS, TROUSERS, ETC,J£> v^TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES. FIT STYLE A, X. Also a large and varied assortment of General Drapery suitable for the re quirements of tl;e residents of this district.. .... ' . . , give us. a trial. you will find our value good all round. d. m. CHRISTIE, CASH DRAPER AND CLOTHIER, Bowral and Mittagong^ LET US ' ~ SEE ypu in our Store the'next time you are buying; Groceries,•or, '• " ,v.v- .. .... v:v iHard\var.e,:or .. y : . . .V'j Tinware, or _ • !•. Prodnce, or Medicines) or. :• • -■ \ ' '' . . Bqots.. WE WILL SEE- ' ' "J ' Y'ou get satisfaction and full value for your money, whether youe ^. ■ ' purchase be large or small. . Rutherford. &c "Wiolcliam,. " Bowral. ■ ' ' • ■ . . ATTRACTIVE CL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

At St. Mary's. Church" of England, Waverley, on the ilth.instant.., Mlv W. W. Lpseby^ third eon cj the late Mr. Joseph Loseby, of Mittagong, was united iti .mar riage to -Mies, Beatrice Eliza ISde'lT. oldest daughter of Mrs. Hale, of "Waverley. The Bev. A..McKebwn officiated. The bride was given away by hoi1 brother. The brides maids were her sister Miss Laura Hale, ;and the. bridegroom's sister,, Miss Florence. Lyseby.Air; R. .Loseby was best man.. :'i'ho honeyuiooi.1 . is bwig spent an the 'South Coast, 'Private H. M. Bay lis, son Mr. C. \Y. Baylis, formerly lessee of the Boyal Hotel at Bowral,- bus died from enteric in South Africa. ' . While the Methodist Church in Sydney waS opposing St. Patrick's Day I being proclaimed a public holiday, the | JVIethodist Church. atv Roher.tsoji had. ar i ranged to open their ne\y Church on St.. I Patrick's Day,-a.tid. sq compelled a large | number ot;locaJ Pfopl.e to observe the day I ai.s a holiday.. . "V.-. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

Royal Hotel,. ~>ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rales. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Qrass Paddooks, and Cattlo Yards. FEED. GRAHAM, 02 , Proprietor. BUSHELS. . . . of BIG BEANS CAN be grown on one plant of TONGAN BEAN in a suitable climate. We have other good things in our catalogue. Send one shilling stamps for 3 catalogue and acket of mixed flower seeds—100 sorts. HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed and I'lant Merchant, Boronia, Barber's Creek, . N.S'.NV. W-FROST and SOU, BUILDERS AND . . . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong Bong-Street and Railway Crescent,. Bowral. ESTIMATES FREIC. . . . . CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. 950 Up to Date Boot Making. W. SMITH, Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street,. Bowral. ' All hinds of.bost worlt nmilo .to .mensnro. _HamK sewn Hoots made to order. Host Repairs in town. Ladies' Pumps turned. Children's. School Roots mado to. measure at "Store . ( 1 • . Prices. ■ Good Work and ...

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SCHOOLS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

Tiie'-Moss Vide Public School * boys Seat •MitUigOtig at;Bo\vral in the- semi-fiual for tiris - Osborne Gup in < lie ''Public Schools Couipetiljon. Bedrest Moss Yale •boy's 05' and'74, Mittagong G2 and OG, Bawral and: Moss Vale will play - -the-- final match next iSnturday at Mittagong. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

^■CT'-sTrirjr,^: WT-T| End of the Season! DRAPERY DEPARTMEJSTi Preparatory to the receipt of New Season's Stock, now; lauded in Sydney, ready- to. come forward, Qwing. to# the.great success.o£ similar occasipns in previous seasone, are again offering fpr thp next 7 days Remnants, of (Ja.mbrips. Remnants,of Flannelettes'. Kemn^nts^pf Prints. Kenj/nn.ts of Zephyrs. Remo/intS of Muslins. Rempants^of, Foulard^. Remnants of Cashmeres^ Remnants of Meltons. £,LL Remnants of Ribbon^. Remnants of Lace. Remnants of Calico, Remnantsof Flannel. Remnants of-Infections.v _ e Remnants of Embroideries.. •Remnants of Art Muslin. Remnants of Sheetings. MARKED, IN; PLAIN- FIGURES; AT BARGAIN; PRICES. -' BUY- AT?- OjNCE, OR; YQU; V^ILL LOSE YOUR. CHANGE. Rutlaerfbrd: <fc 'Wiolchaxn. ■i-^% \ I \?\ ja , >-i | : i 8 ■ rM| . ?.w t\ h 9 iisi^i sswasji, -fegagaaa iaz'ai:,;_ ^egMajj m *St i T 7 w \ :t M: »' p^L : I 1 s- ! «rjKrv:,j ■••;.. /• r : . tPflTEftTEP.); YqU; wan-i to, kx.o;Vv.£.,11,abou...

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Cricket. ASSOCIATION v. THIRLMERE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

Cricket. ASSOCIATION v. THIRLMERE. The nbovo tenms met on Saturday last 011 Ujo Globo wickol,, tlio'Torntov team securing an".easy victory. T-ho following;' arc the scores:— TninMtF.nE.—1st InninRa. ' » 0. Chiddy b Grimtlis 3 H. Ratter b Griflitlis.. ., .. 81 F. Fowler c O. J ones bli. Comer 2 Gen; liiittor b Grilliths . .. ■ .. 8 G. Piukard c 10. Ililc.v b Griffiths 0 . ".1, Chew o find b L. Oomor .. ■ .. -4 ■ J. Fredericksbisomer * .1 .. - 7 F. Hnyoll not out .. .. 2 L. Briivan b Giiflnlis .. 3 Y. Keith b GriQiths ., ... • ... 0 Sundries .. .... .. 3 Total • ., ... .. ... GO. Bowhal Association. F. Copec W. GriflHbs b Pickard ,. • ' 63 L. Comer not out .. .. 112 J. .Griffiths o Chew b Chiddy .. 32 C. .Tones o W; Griffiths b Fowler .... ■ 39. E. Riley not out .• a Sundries ., ;' "... .. -t, : 26 Tliree wickets for , 390. " TmRT.M'rcitR.—2nd Innings. 0. Chiddy o'Gomer, b HuggeM' . .. 0. K. Fowler a Comer b; W. Savell .. • H, Euttor bHhggett;. ' ■:<.»• :j 0 j. iGhoiy.iipt'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

People in the country who are an noyed by flies, should remember that clusters of red clover, if hung in the room and left to dry and shed its - faint, fragrant perfume through the^ air, will drive away more flies than sticky saucers and other fly-traps

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH; KNOWING;—Dr, Osborne sayp :• I u?o SANJ3KII & sons Eucalypti, bxtb^Cu mx spray, for. pasal catairii, low fever, aathma, ifcfl., v/itti. great, success, I find this preparation superior to all othere."- Dr. Stahl: " I have used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but Lget better results from SANDER & SONS'EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other." Dr. Preston : " I never use any Eucaly.tus preparations'other. than SANDER- & SONS', as.I found,the others to, be almost useless." Dr. Hart: It goes without saying that SANDEll ife SONS', EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the beBtj in the market." In,influenza, all feyers. throat and: lung trouble, diptlieria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcets, Ac., it •is invaluable. S?e tbat you get SANDER & SONS', and- i:ejeot 5purious,Dre^aratipX?i aje ??•&?;. times,supplied by. unscrupulous. dealers'..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

Csisnc Scar Being a <Vij»i»lc. ' Josh Weatha.ter, of Loogootee, Itv3., U.S.A.; is, a poor man, hut be says he would not be wichout Chamberlain's.. Piiin Balin if it coat fi.vo idol.lnrs a bottle, for it savntl him frrnv-heimr a.'cripple. . Jin external application'.is pquul to this liniment forsti!| ami swollen joints, oontrnntei muscles, stiff neck,' Bpraina arid rheumatic and muscular pain*. It has also curej numerous caaeaof partial paralysis. It is for sale by D-. Mohoam, Chemist, Bowral,. , • Da L,n Rey'd treatmon^ of his prisoner Lord'Mutljiien ia ohivali'ona in tlio RxIrmriP,, and v<ill be rowanlod, v lh.o British G.ovorn*.; merit..

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, March. 19, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and;RQbert$on. Vyfcdn'esday,. March. 19,, 1902; ITEMS; OF INTEREST; £30; woitli of cycle accessories going cheap. At. A. ,W. Bear's Bicyclo Depot. Bicycles [rom £3. DonH forget the grand entertainment to bo giv«n in,the Howral Sohool of Arte this evening under tha, nuspipes.of-tho Bowral Amateur Orchestral Society. ■Half 'proceeds ip aid.of.the hospital., In addition tp.thp vocnliatB previously, uiantioned.na sinping. at tiio above concert, the society hag procured tlio ftR Bistance.pfMonsignor Panwells, of Sydney." this Gentleman,.who is one of Sydney,'s.leading vocalists, i? the poseessor of a magnificent tenor voice, and the Bowril public, may, he as; U 'ed that in this enr Certainrnent fchoy will have a neat, such is eeldon^ accqrded, to a provincial audience, * Constable J; J; Loseby,. ^bo joined tlie moy.nte^, police about fiyo years ago, and w^a. stationed; at Bora Creek, was laid; up. with.an attaok of influenza; lust November....

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

taiwn,. Xejn*a|$* A' , A tenuis match win plavod boU'eon-^lo MittuRonfi, find Austral clubs nn the former's court on;5atmdity ■ last, ami resulted in a win Ihr Mittnf;on/;")>y tbreo giiniefi, Iho tollowinjj:ave iho aitocoa : — - Mittaoono, • ■ Austiiam..-. •••t . Mnrris:and Sweanp-v v. Graham and Campbell 2-ft Ij. Slieaiher and H. Chnptnan v. Oliirk ,ond ' ' Harvey . . ... 5-1) Missctt J?;, and B.Edwards v. fi/issoB Harvey and Dawson <• ' .. .. G-l Morris and Miss Viles v. Qrahnm and Mibb: . . Oreen ... • ;. :.. 2-0 H. Chapman and Miss B. Edwards v. B,-Harvey ■ ami Mies Harvey .. .. , G-2 L. Sheather and Miss Edwards y. Glarlc and ": Miss Dawson ... . .. . .. : ' .. G^ A. Sweaney and Miss It. Edwarda v. Campbell. ; and Miss Harvey ... .. '-n (J.-3 Miss Edwards and Miss.Viles v. Misses Dawson :■ and Green .. .. ' . .. 3(V Mittngong—i sets, 36 games; Austral—4 .se.t*,; 83 gainefi ■ .""'TV- 1

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

23. 9. Cottage Hospital. The usual monthly meeting wap helfj Qn Fi'iday afterrjoon, last. Present: Messrs. Cr.uvin George (chair), Rov. Stanley Wilkin 80U, i1. 11. Keigwin, A. Stephens, Ct W. Marsden, S. W. Hodge, J. Mealing, A. E. Bordeaux, 1$. E. Wiclfhnm, KichmoniJ Whytt, K. S. Mackenzie, and P. B, Kyng-. don (hon. see.). ' Correspondence. Prom Mr. J. A. Hiiig re subscrip tion, and suggesting that as the hoa gital has such a substantial fixed deposit, enlarging, the building or planting, the grounds might be though.t of- ' Prom Rev. E. S, Wilkinson, acknowledg ing resolution of sympathy. Prom Mr. H. J. Asher, soliciting particu largre supplying, hospital wilh^drugs. From Mr. W. Valentine, secretary Orchestral Society,.thanking the committee for extending their patronage to, entertain ment to be held ou J;9t|i March. Medical Officer's Report. ; Kemaining 111 from January 7, b ; admit ted during Feb., 10disciiargod «nd died, 12:, remaining in till March, 6. Results— cured, 10, reli...

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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

DEATH. V ; We regret to report "the • dentil" of Mary Agnea, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Michael. Mnclcey, of Robertson, aged 11 weeks. Tho sad event occurred 6n Friday, evening last about 0 p.m. Dr. Foulda, of Bowral, had been called in, but big. efforts to save-.lifo were of do avail, Tho catise of dontli 'whs gastric enteritis and^.convnUious, Wo sym ^patfaiae.'with.tlfe 'parents - in. their, sad be reaveinont. The remains were interred.-iu the B. G. Cemotery, Burrnwang, on Sunday afternnon, the Bev, M. Rohan ollioiiued at tho grave, and Mr,:T. U. BuVsill.. was the undertaker, ... •' ' • • ' '.s

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

Old Age Pensions. A Sydney man at present on a visit to America finds that the United States news papers have been taking considerable interest intbe old nge pensions adopted in New South Wales and New Zealand. "As a fair ex pression of opinion, voicing the American view generally*," he sends an article from the Richmond Times, Va., which says " The wholo system is vicious and de moralising. Perhaps it does uot do so much harm among these people, who do not breathe the American atmosphere of in dependence, but it none the less tends to destroy manhood aud to impair endeavor. When Peter found tbo impotent man on the step of the temple in the act of bogging, he .told him that he had no gold or silver to bestow, but that such as ho hud he would give him. "The su6h as lie had " was much better than alms. He took the poor fellow by the hand, aud lifted him up, aud while a iniracls was performed, the fnct is none the less apparent that he gave to the man acertaiu self-confidence which lie...

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The Methodist Church of N.S. Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

The Metliodist Church of N.S. Wales. The'following figures show the present strength of the United Methodist Church of New South Wales :— Churches and other preaching places 1,120 Ministers - 199 Home Missionaries 15 Local Preachers ... 744 Class Loaders ..." 820. Church Members ... 13,763 ,, ,, on trial ... G20 Junior Mombors ... ... 487 Communicants other than Members ... ... 1,184 Publio Schools visited 204 Adherents ... ... 99,909 Sunday Schools ... 404 Teachers and Offici rs 4,005 Scholars 30,805 Bands of Hope ... v..' 155 In addition to the abova there are 1,824 Members in Tonga ; 1,744 in Samoa, with 680 on trial; Fiji 85,244, on trial 7,611 ; New Britain 1,938, with 581 on trial; British New Guinea 402, with 371 on

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

A Certain Cure for Dysentery and IMarrhflea* " Some years ago I was-one of a party that in tended making a long bicycle trip," Rays F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Co., Pa., U.S.A, "I was;taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when editor-Ward, of the Laceyville ''Mcssenn1;1'." stigtjef.'ted that 1 lalte a<lo»e oF ChnmW:rlain's Colic, Cholera aiui Dinrrl (Bi ileiucdy. . I purchased p. botile iiiul took two dostis, one before slartinn i-,nd one on ihe rou'.e. I m&ie the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect. _ Again last summer 1 was almost completely run ' down with an attack of dysentery, I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this lime one dose eared me," Sold by D, Monads, Chemist," Bowral,

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GARDEN AND FIELD/CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 March 1902

GARDEN AND FIELD/CALENDAR ' FOR MARCH. ; ' ' - : -1 By A. Ijanmdow.ne, Gnulburn. •The continued drought-baa upset all cal culations of cropping, aud other garden W.oik, and little oau be done till raius fn.ll. •W.heu we get the rain many crops can. be tried though, the seasou is late for some. Lust year after the rains in tho middle of Ivlaroh, Swedes etc., were sown- with good results, and we may get a mild fall. Get all lands possible ready for seeding and with plenty of manure aud cultiviitioi, growth will be. rapid. Tho rains in other status .will certainly soon reach us. Kitchen Garden.—Sow new queen onions, plant tree and potiitoe oniono, swedes, turnips of all kinde, lettuce, raddish, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage of sorts only, and beet. Plant out oabbage and cauli flowers. - Farm.—Sow rye, capo barley, rape, lucerne, cockfoot,. rye gras-«, clovers, &c. get land ready for- cropping, with wheat, outs, &c. in April. " Don't neglect proper manuring hud deep plou...

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