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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

. ,i :Tha Rev. Gu^rgeiLine relates nn amusing incidenr connected'with tbejinthering of a. collection by liis';ffttilioiv '*• Soiueouo bad . ['fHSloned-the doot nnd- no one- could lenvo the building. : As- the collection ■drew near the requii'od mini;, matters be^an to drug. LOne'pound wan waived to rencli tho total. ;Sudduuly the souud of-a .window.-pano being ibrokou • was . heard," and- a • moment, later -' a ' young ' man : throat bis1? | hand ' through 'the - opening thua I made,'and cried, " Here, pardon, tal<o this pound aud let my girl out." GENTLEMEN! "j^OUR attention is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our stock of the J1 following goodsr— men's suits boy's suits white and colored shirts hats and underwear ■ t ties \ :* / collars In TiflAWr V/on!/itw' 1 ' . ' handkerchiefs ( Gpea'- Variety. braces j ' SPECIALITY SAO SUITS, TROUSERS, ETC.j^ ' <s^TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES. E-sia? AiffD ,'sitsijqv'AX-::'r " Also a" large and varied assort...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

- - : - AT. TI-IE; SHOW. . -.Lady,Visitor: " Those*:are very fine white Yorkshire-' boars,"and I like the beautiful long.body of the Berkshire, with hisiclean, whitejace,;' but what I want • to.-see is thoses Artesian;-/boars !> Where are they'?" 1 -! . -Farmer,: They run wild in' the back 'country), ancl there's another, wild type "out in,,the,Trans vaa],:in Africa !'.' - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

ATTRACTIVE CLEARING SALS : """ —- OF — Horses, Vehicles, Farming-Imple ments, Machinery, Cattle, &c•, &c T©55AY, Saturday, astid, AT 2 O'CfjOCK. J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE bom favoured with instructions from C J. UOYIjE. ESQ. (owing to his-intended de parture from tbo district), to sell by unction at his residence, " Anncrloy," near Bowral.on above dnte: Grey Horse " Skylark,'; harness and saddle; Pair Rlauk Carriage Home?, Buy Mnre, harness and saddle; Black Horse, Bay Pony, Roan Horse, used in plough, spring oart, or aociahlo; Prisso Sulky; built by Southall; Mail Phaeton, built ■ by Vial j American Trap, Kensington, willi rr '■ . versible and removable aeats; Strong Sociable, ■•••'•Bnguy or :Carry-all, • with . reversible and removable seats, Spring Cart, Tip Dray, Hand Cart, Single and DouWo Harness, Ladies'and Gem's Saddles, 8 Dairy Cows in Milk; •]Warlings. 3 Noddies, about 20 sheep, 2 Mo win'; Mn'diines, f-Torso Hay Uakc, 1 Sink's and 1 Double Furrow Plou...

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TO BE LOOKED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

BE LOOKED AT. "Of course, madam,: I .would not bo expected to.light.tbo firo ?" . . Certainly not,".replied the lady. ' . • " Nor to sweep the floors ?" f '• Certainly not." . " Nor to atteud to the door ?" i " Of course not." , / . > .. "Nor to wait at table ?" . .i ■ " No I want, uoua of llaege things,". said tho lady with' her swce'test s'mile. .'" The only thiug I,require, a servant for is to look at her, aud for this yon are far too plain." .

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PRAYERS FOR RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

. PRAYERS- FOR RAIN; ivj; Some years : ago; . during ' a'?protracted, | drought, a story is told by. a police magis-1 trate of hosv the very morning of the day set apart for prayer andi supplication the, drought broke up,in his district, and . the district became« flooded. Fearing more' serious catastrophes if the heavy rain con tinued,' he-sent the following telegram to the' Bishop"Terrific deluge of rain ; i floods everywhere; all dams washed' away ; sheep-and cattle * drowned ; two lives'lost; still pouring; . 'Please restrain people from praying, otherwise I will hold ;you responsible for any .further: damage, and loss of life." . . During the afternoon. the:rain eased off, and there was no furcher.loss.v : ,

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday,, March 22, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

T1IE FREE: PRESS, Published in Boioral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday,, March 22, 1902. rmm or interest.- «s. Persons removing, horses from Glad stone Bark- without permission.'.will il5e. prosecuted; See advt. J Mr. Joseph Wallis, „of Mittagong,;> has been;appbiiite'd!a;Justice of the:i Eeacejf in; the state of .New South Wales.. ( ,r,( 1 Mr." Si J. MoBaron, Messrs., Griffiths Bros!, representative, has .returned1 to this distriot agaiu.. Note advertitsemeab uexfc' issue. ' [ ' ' , ' * *, ClefiTHill, who made 61 in the'South Australians', second innings, has > now com piled: 1000: runs in first-class; cricketdiiring this season.. We beg to-draw:final-attention in this issue to the attractive- clearing^ sale of hor ses,:vehicles,'..farming .-implements, cattle,, machinery, etc.:,' .the.-property.of Mr;' Gi-J,.: Royle,. of " Annerley,". Bowral. .The sale: is to'take/.pla"pe-,-;to-da-y; (Saturday) at 2; o'clock, the auctioneers being Messrs. J.. G.. Morris &;'Co. We...

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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

- THE PLAGUE.' Three fresh. cases of plague were're ported on Thursday, but no new "areas of infection were discovered, two of the pat ientsbein'g employees at John Andrew & Co.-'s printing establishment, Bridge street, and the third havingbeen. infected at Kid well's. . Thursday's cases brought the total number during the present out breakup to 71. The chief rnedical adviser to the Government is strongly in favor of a provision .being made in the Public Health'Act giving the authorities power to .condemn buildings which-a're structurally in such'a'condition as to encourage rats. In other words, he desires'power to pre vent people tolerating rat-infested premi ses.- This is the only way to effectually, stamp out the plague. As Dr. Armstrong has said over and over again, you must kill the rats to kill the plague, and so long as buildings are allowed to remain within the heart of the city in such a state that rats have every encouragement to reside within them,' Sydney can nev...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS, TTT-i *— Shall we have a wet Easter ? Is the Agricultural Show of the Royal going- to experience a wet Easter week ? There , has been, such an uninterrupted succession of glorious Easters, cacti'with record show receipts, that the oft-experienced1 wet times of the past have quite faded out of mind. Each year has witnessed so many improvements in the grounds,that, the "crowds find increased shelter "from rain," and the marring of .the; show is rendered less likely.. ' The ways of newspapers can not be'explained, since "for lavish "adver tisements authorised by the council, but forwarded by the paid secretary, the lat ter, out of newspaper, gratitude, gets fre quent mention of his name, and the pub lic ;never reflect for a moment that the 'gentlemen, who, form tjie council-are the brains of the ■ wliole concern,; and have ■ never a word -printed of recognition of ;'their : voluntary services. ,5;The:-:; Royal i "Show never was run by one man :.and i ^everwilfbe.- ....

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GENERA NEWS. A MADMAN IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

GENERA 1/ NEWS A MADMAN IN THE BUSH. News from Wagga on Thursday states that the police, have received a report that a madman.armed with a gun is at large in the bush in the neighbourhood of Borambola. He chased a hoy. through the bush whilst on his way to school, the man threatening to murder him. Late on Thursday afternoon, the man was, seen, and a party of police yvent ;in search of ■ liiin... : The residents. of Taroutta ond Hnmula are terrified, ak the man has shown extremely violent,symptoms.

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

Accident. , On Thursday aftevmoon about 5 o'clock, : a sulky driven by Miss Eva Syuions,.; and: in which were also-seated.Mrs. J. *D.'i Blie'iv . riff and Miss Louie Sherriff;. struck, -against the fenes "near1 Cope and- Son's nursery. The4iorse oleared: off with the front portion of the vehicle, throwing,. ..the...occupaiita heavily to the ground. We are glad to aay that nothing more serious tliun ;a sevfcte; sbaUiug' and fright vesiilted'fibm"®this little. • adventure'. The damaged sullty is of course receiving attoutionat the hands of Mr. W. Southall.. , .' ;

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

VARIETIES.. .. Slaughter of Rats.—In- the last few months 100,000 nits Lave beeu-killed in.the London docks. ■ ' At. Mudgoe dogsare dying through eating sparrows poisoned* 'With phosphorised pol lard hy orehardifets. * --Destructive Five.—A -firo at the naval arsenal, Valparaiso,did damage to the extent of 2,000,000 dollars. ' The Primitive Methodists-in New ;Zea land have rejected the proposals for union on the present basis by 2-14 votes to G8.: „,..It has bean decidedthat the Easter en campment for the forces of the metropolitan area this year shall be held at Rookwood. A kangaroo-shooter was drowned in the Gwydir River near Bingara before the eyes of his" wife, to whom he had only .been married nino mouths. ^ ' *Big.: Jewcllry Robbery;—Two" British: possengers proceeding from., London-; to .Vienna , were robbed of jewellery', worth £d0;000. The jewels were taken from ;tlieir luggage. Lord Roberts in answor to . a correspon dent, says there is not the slightest cause for uneasine...

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SERVICES TO MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

SERVICESr T 0- M.0KKO W. Churoh of England. > ; BIMON AND JUDE, DUWJtAIi. Divine Services, 11 nod 7.30 > . . . Preoolierj the Rector,.', r ST; RTEMBN's, SIITTAOONQ. Services 11 andJ.JJO. 'jw ; >i^;y i'Preacher, Rev..D. Rutledge. .. . S -.i't;wxsoEOAnniBnHK. '".;'.,!■ B^rraTO^ng:^lIlUp.. Mittagong S.KanRflloon ,7.30;^ ; Rev. JD> T. Smith, j-r*'- Methodist Chwcli. A ih-'ji' Bt>wral':,<Bendcoley-Btreet, Mr; J. Geary.il- Tfr-ijy't . - . Bong Bong-street- itev. SL. iModiiern -7:30"-;-r Mittagong :■ Rev,. M. Maddecn 11, Mr; K; Short 7.30 Moss Vale: Rev. M., Martdern 3 Bundanoon : Rev. A. W. Pattan, 11 and 7.30,■ . ^Penrose : Rev. A. TV. Parton *l,x Balmoral . Rev. K A. Coiner 3" J ^ ^ ' Colo Vale: Rev. T. Koncli ' Presbyterian Church. MittngonK.il ! ; - 15-,'-?!' •: Bo-.vral, 3.30 and.7.30 \ , r __ > ' Rev. 0/ A'. Gordon. / .\ Roman- Catholic Church. Mittagong 9, Bowrtil 11 1 v~ - • > Rev. Fr/Sb'eridan. ■ • ■ Salvation .Army^ Barracks, OddfellowV Hall, Howi...

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

Magisterial Inquiry. Ou Thursday afternoon Mr. W. Murray J.P.,.in the absenco of the district coroner,; held a magisterial inquiry at the Bowral ■Hospital, touching the death of ■ au aged: man named John Kyan. : The following evideuce was given :—:< • < , > Constable Prowse stated that from 'some thing he heard lie went to-a place :-on the Bowral road a-milo distant from Mittagong and there saw an old mau lying under some bushes, and appeared to be ill ;■ ho asked hiin his name lind he told him: John Ryan, and further slated he was Go years of nge and a native of Parramntta.' He had no relations iii the State-' andi had never ninrried. ! He brought him to,the hospital. Dr. Basil Potilds stated that deceased was admitted to-the hospital1 about 11 a.m. - on 16th instant. - He was suffering from - ex haustion,- followmg on.exposuro arid starva tion. I-Ie 'lied on the 10:h from cause alreudy >tated. ! rMa>'ion : Bud well ; (matron) stated when d(H:eiis d w...

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Orchestral Entertainment. BOWRAL MUSICIANS TO THE FORE [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

Orchestral Kaitcrtain? mcnt. B.QWRAL, MUSICIANS to the FORE Wednesday.evening last in the Bowral School of Arts witnessed a large atten dance of both.residents aind,visitors at the inaugural entertainment given under the auspices of the Bowral Amateur Orches tral! Society. The evening was beauti fully cool and in vitingialthoughjat-inter vals a trifling tnisty rain was,experienced, but its effect on" the attendance" was ap parently not noticeable, for the large hall was practically filled with interested-and eager spectators."■ "Many, of the elite of the i district accorded their patronage, and by their' presence considerably encouraged | the; Society. One and all seemed to par ticipate in, the-proceedings with keen en thusiasm ; but without doubt, the per formers thoroughly deserved the plaudits from the audience, Jor. the. contributions j throughout were interesting. and. of the ' highest order, and rendered in a manner i that would tend to create a spirit of merri ment. Many loud...

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

B.D.A.H. and I. Society. The committee of the B. D. A. H. mid I. Society held a meeting at the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, ou Monday lust. Thcro was a largo attendance of members presont. The minutes of the previous meeting wero rend and con firmed. Apologies wero received from Meiisrs. Gaviu George and W. Murray. In the protest against " Gladys," it was resolved that the secretary telegraph to Mr. Wright of Gampbclltown as to the owner ship of the mare " Gladys," and the con sideration of the protest was postponed to, next Monday. A letter was read by Mr. Rico from Miv Murray, in whicli accusations were made against tho probity of some of the officials at the late show. Mr. II. Q. Fraser wrote encloaing cheque for 10/6 for his special prizes, wishing the socioty every succoss, but doclining to be nomiuated for a place, on the committee next year.; * ■ Mr. E. B. Row airo wrote asking-that he bo not nominated for a place on "tho com mittee next year. >; • The secretary of the Wellingt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

It was only the trivial mjaplaoing of a few commas that wbb responsible for the follow*. • yig'startlipg annonuoeiiient ya one .of the •daily papersV A%r bun came Rfr. Leahy on his head, a whito hat on his feef, large; (rat well polished boots on his brow, a dark cloud in his hand, the inevitable walking stick in liis eyes, V stem and' gloomy, as-' peot." A Certain Cane for Dysentery and IMarrluna. " Some years ago I was one of a party that in tended making a long bicyelo trip," aaya P. Ii. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Go., Pa., U.S.A. .I was taken suddenly with diarrticon, and waav about to give up the trip, v;hen editor Ward, of. the Lac'eyville " Messenger," augqebted that I take a dose • of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diavrl'.cq.i Remedy.' I purchased a bottlo and took two doses, one before atartinp and one on' the route. I made the trip successfully and never foil any ill effect. . Again last summer 1 .v:.: . ..limobt completely 'run down with nn'attack of v^eniery.' I ...

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Those Beetling Steeps. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

Those Beetling Steeps. By A BANKER. In impressive grandeur and pictureeque, ulatcly eublimity, perhaps the numerous islands, tbo detached sea-girt columns and pyramids of massive rock, and the lofty up reared perpendicular islets fomiiug tbo 'Jrknoy and Shetland Islands,'suppasp ^ny imilar rocky coa9t lino in any other quar ter of the globe. For aeons past, exposed to the furious assaults of the wild Atlantjc. irhuse mighty beetling cliff? frpwnea .down upon the boiling surge whjcfy ever hurls itself against those ada mantine munitions of rocks j /.hough where the hard serpentine has at length succumbed to the impetuous onslaught, carving out of the mass great' caverns, into whi.ch the hurling, foam-crested billqws launch their seething waters with the roar qf detonating thun der. And, as wave follows wave, £Ke one, rebounding from the inner ramparts, meet the other at the moutli qf the.hollow,-.with.appalling, impact, flinging volumes of bpiling spray high in air, then in its turn,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

iSnd of the Season! DRAPERY DEPARTMENT, Preparatory to the receipt of New Season's Stock, now tended in Sydney, ready to come forward, ;'Q\yin.g tq the great success, of similar occasions in previous seasone, are again offering , for the next 7 days Remnants of Cambrics. Remnants of Ribbons., Remnanta of Flannelettes,. Remnants of Lace. .-u. 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., WORKED IN PLAIN, FIGURES AT BARGAIN PRICES, BUY AT ONCE, OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CHANCE-. I^utlierfordL <Sc 'Wiokham, Bowrai. ; The Best. Value In Musical Instruments; you cannot do better than write to - 'PALING'S for their illustrated Catalogue, of PIANOS, ORGANS, and all MUSICAL IN STRUMENTS, - - - - All Catalogues are! FREE, and fully illus trated. Ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

Royal Hotel,. ROBERTSON, The Loading Hotel in Town. Only Bent Brands of Wio.es and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. First-class MILLIARD TABLE. Qoqd Stftblingi CfrsBB Paddocks, 'and Cattle Yards. of BIG BEANS CAN bo grown on one plant of TQNGAN BEAN in a suitable climate. We t)aye other good things in pup catalogue. . Send one stiiJtinK stamps for a catalogue and aoket of mixed flower sqeds—100 sorts. HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed and Plant Merchant, Bqronin, Barber's Greek, N.S.W. FEED. QRAHAM, 62 Proprietor. 'W.FROST and SON, BUILDERS AMD . . . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong Hong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. —;— \ ESTIMATES FREE. . . . . CtJA^qES STBIPTLY MORERA.TE. 950 a Up to Date Boot Making. W. SMITH, Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, Bowral. All liinrln nf best tvovlt mcnstite. Hand HEwn Boots'made to or.ler.' I3c>t Rcpoirij in tosv'n. Liidioa'. Pumps turned. Children's Spliool Knots made to measure at Store Prices. Good Work and Beat .Material guqran^ee...

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W. C. T. U. Dangers of the Use of Alcohol. Dr. James Edmunds. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1902

m c. ~i£v* Dangers of. the U.<e of Alaohol. Dr. Jiimos Edmunds. j goring 40 years of practice in roedica^ lijfe iu Louilpn, wherever I- have f>>n»»d »' uiaii who liaa abstained from alcoholiu ; beverages that m<ui wag gtrgtyg, If I were lo a*lc any of yoii to re'<:lt;iii on your fingers 20 yuuu,' men or women wf\Q, " have been brought tip in familes in ^li'ioli a mode at,e use of.'alcohol wad made, fiud tl ^ at least one of'those young men and women, hud gone wr on growing to tjie'diink. It tielipveg y.p.ti who have children growing up around' Xqu, who employ young 'men and, women, to have a very good reason for the use of, alco '^o.ljfi beveri ges ont of which, suoh evils grow a? you £now grow from the use of such bevei ageq. In this country we spend-£140,000,00,0^ a year in driuk, and that driuk is made froni food which ought to go to nourish the people ; but the beverage that is made from ft pauses crime and other evils. Now, when &l...

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