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HARD WORKING RICH MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

HARD WORKING RICH MEN People who are not rich, but who read and think, are juit begianing to appreciate the fact that modern money-getting is not en tirely a matter of luck, but that it proceeds from the strenuous use of opportunities an'd the faithful attendance to work.' Mr. John ir'ierpont Morgan is to-day one of the most powerful men Ilie world has ever known. His control of money readies farther. hiB word carries a more absolute com ■ mand, than that of almost anyone else, and anjthing he favouis wins. Tlio popular im pression in that he sits on his golden throne, issues his edicts, and reaps the benefits. And yet it is said on the bust of aulhotity that, though the aveiage Wall-street man trusts to employees, Mr. Morgan find no detail too small for his* attention, and trusts only in his judgment after a complete investigation of every fact and eircurrn-tnnco of the deal which he is to handle, lie economise* on time, and does n*t allow buies to wusto his valuable moments. He gn...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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THE MARVELLOUS END OF FANTASIA. A ROMANCE OF THE STAGE IN CUERNAVACA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

THE MARVELLOUS END OF FANTASIA. A ROMANCE OF THE 8TAGE IN CUERNAVACA. He came back to Uutu'navaca from the United States for hia health. He was one of those Mexicans who have tasted the wine of Anglo-Saxondoro. tie had pone to Chicago as a vaudeville dancer. What career Liirough starvation play routes he had traversed, nobody knew. 'He now appeared, pale and degenerate, shrewd, lithe, a little seedy, and smiling beautifully. tie wore that fni. ast " name which had graced bill-boards ro i Maine to California. The railroad had just been inaugurated. Porlirio Diaz cume down and had a ban quet and a ball. Uii the fourth train (Diaz having gone and l'antasia Mc Mullen having appeared) the glorious Elodia came to town. Her company played liRht opera in the Coernavnca playhouse.lost all its money, and struck with picturusque violence on the rocks of disintegration. Fantasia went to the play with the American doctor, and they aat in a box.' Fantasia explained the subtiltieB of the Caslilian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

SEEDS,■all-kinds; KRUiT TREES ; SHRUBS'. UEST. dn'.l .OfCSA-l'lSSTiih.stock; • 4.0 EAGK "* "ETS.'TKIAIir PAID,,10s." ~ " ■ " j_ A. LANSDOWNE & CO., , * ' Goulburn. TO 'MEN. Write for free copy of vnluable bo k about yourselves," your health; your happlnesa, your future. Heontainfl n full exposition of the human py^Lum and, the remedies adopted. No neod toeonsulf. doctors.. Posted • tree In sealru .envelope, . Every m;vn should read it. Address—G. Specific, 539 Ehzabelh-atreet North . TO LABS.ES. No need to consult doctor* or ohomUto. The remedies yon require in your own bands. Write for free copy of valuable book about youwlves,"your, health, your welfare. Every woman phould r*/id it.' Posfcid fr<o ln> scaled envelope. Addrt«B?—G. Specific, &30 Klizabeth street North Melbourne. L.ADI ES.—OB. BOXWELL'S famous Silent Fills aro used 'successfully the worict over. Sold by all chomiatu. 6*. tid. per box. Insist on gottin^. these pills, and do not be persuade...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

. . A Coiii!ti!s:iicatio!i ' r • MnV Editoji—Alio.w me to speak .-a few: worts in favor of Chamberlain's Couyh Kemedy, I-Biif/ored for thtee years with, the, bronchitis and could not sleep at nights* 1 tijedrseveral dooiorn and various patgnt medicines, but could get nothing to give ron ~uny relief until my wife fiol a bottle of this valuabiu medicine, which bus''completely reliered me.—W. S. Bkuckma.v, IJaK'ie/J, Ha., U.S.A. This remedy is for sale by D. Mop.qax, Ohemisl, Bo>vral. A-. W. Beer has. Bikes for Hire-.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

- • BOWItAL MXJJSfiCirAL COUNCIL*. Meets every alternate Thursday, &t the Oounoil 'Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. • ; ': Olerk'a olUce houi'B aro: 'Tuesdays,- from TO.,to". 12 a.m: ; Wednesdays, 7<loQ p.'iu. : Fridays,- 3 to 5 p. in. Aldorinnn.AY. Mtiivay. Mayor.. '= *-"■ Mr., W. R. 'Farrow, council clork.

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HOW IT WAS DONE, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

HOW IT WAS DONE, A gentleman recently returning from abroad, brought with him two. beau tiful antique vases. I-Ie left them in the charge of his housemaid, and set | out on another journey. i On his return he immediately asked I for. his vases. t "Oh master," exclaimed the girl i with her apron to her eyes," I broke one." "Broke one," cried' he. "How pray?" "Why master, like this," she re plied, picking up the other vase, and dropping it opon the tiled floor. "It went off smaslras soon as I dropped it."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says : I use SANDE11 <Ss. SO MS EOOALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal eatarrh, low fever, asthma, (to., with great success. I find"'this preparation, superior to( all others." JDr. StahlI ha?o iiscd.various. prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from SANDER,. & SONS' E UCAL YPTI.EXTRACT than' from tiny other." Dr. PrestotiI,never' use any Eucalytus -preparations other than SANDER <t ;'SGNb', aa_I found the others to be'almost useless!;"" Dr. Haft:*It goes without skying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTlfACT :is the best in the market." ' In influenza, all fevers, throat and lung trouble, diptheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &c., it is invaluable. ' See that you get SANDER, & SONS', and reject spurious preparations, which are some times sjipplied.by unscrupulous dealers. "

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION., | Passenger trains nrriva ut liowial from Sydney:— I- 11.47 p.m..daily, Saturdays excepted ■ '7.07 a.m. (Paper TiainJ.daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 u.ni., Saturday only • ' 12.55 p.m. daily, Suwlny excepted , "• 5.33 p.m.Saturday only ■7.58 p.m; daily,.Saturday and Sunday excepted-: ' 9.28 p.m., Saturday .only . . Pameoger trains Jeav.e Bowral for, Sydney i '■ :: ,'3.9 a.m. daily, Monday cxccpted. - G.5I3 a.ra.- Sunday .only; stops -Miltagorjg and Strnthfipld only • . 7.3 a in.;daily,rSundjiy excepted; ; i; ■ v ' 8:82-a.m.Jdaily;, Sunday and'.- Mondny ■ excepted;;, v ■ "•-stops MitlagoiiB and Strathlield only ■ • ! 8i3I a.m. Monday.only,- stops Mitta|:ong, Piotou, (iianvillc, and Stiathfield^only. 1".34 p.m. daily, Sunday oxceptod.

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ENGLISH USED IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

ENGLISH USED IN JAPAN. The Japanese have a mania for putting up English signs, and they (lood the rooms at the hotels with English cards. And such English ! They have no imperative mood and they generally express an idea nega tively which we express positively. One day a traveller said to the waiter: " Kishi, the rolls are cold." " Yes," he said ; " a good deal of j not cooling the cakes is good." . A conspicuous notice at a leading hotel reads : I , " On the (lining-time nobody .■.shall be enter the dining and drawing-room without the guests allow it." One of the-articlcs in the municipal'' laws of Kiolo reads . " Any dealer shall be honestly by his trade. Of course the sold one shall prepare to make up the safe package." • A Tokio dentist's circular reads : " Our tooth is an important organ for human life and countenance, as you know; therefore when it is at tacked by injury,: artificial tooth is useful. I am engaged in the dentis try and I will make for your purpose'

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, March 26, 1902. MR. SEE AND THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published.in I3owjy*?i Mittagong% and Robertson. Wednesday, March 26, 1902. M8. SEE AND THE MBMPLOYED.V ; Mr. See was called upon, to give the •unemployed a piece of his mind last week. A- "cleputa'tion ' from ■ ibe * Political •Labor League and.,tfye City Labour Council, ac companied, by, several members of Parlia ment, waited upon him, and made a num-; ber of requests, npt one afjWhjch could in reason be granted,-and whjch, if they, were all grantedj would.waste'.the public .•money and afiord little or no relief; ' Tl-je deputation desired that the government should .establislviron.-smelting. works ; that it should; make: its own steel' rails and locomotives ;• that it, should; proyide th(e uneniployed with homesteads, (and- pre sumably with capital to.work them); that it 'should establish village settlements; that it should: rebuild Sydney, and so, on. The crucial question 'as - to -where . the. money was to come, from was; soon an 'swered. Increase, the.income ta...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. " v By . A'. Lanbsdownb,' Goulburn.. The continued drought has upset all cal culations of cropping, and » other;: garden* work, and little can be done lill -rains full: When we get the raiu many crops can be tried though the season is lnte for some. Last year after the'rains in tho middle ■ of March, 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 and cnltivatioi, growth will be rapid., The rains in'..other "states will certaiuly, Boon reacli us. . . Kitchen Garden.— Sow new queen onions, plaut tree aud potatoe: onious, ^swedes, turnips of all kinds, lettuce, caddish, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage of sorts only, and beet.' .Plaut out cabbage and. catili-. flbwers! Farm.—Sow "rye, capo barley, rape, lucerne,, .cocktoot, "rye grass,- clovers, "&c. get land ready for -cropping; with '"wheat, oats; &c. in April. Don't neglect propor manuring and...

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LIQUID OXYGEN FOR AERONAUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

LIQUID OXYCEN FOR AERONAUTS. An apparatus for the purpose of supplying aeronauts with pure oxy gen when poised at a high altitude where the extreme rarefaction of the air renders them liable to asphyxia tion, has been devised by a French man, M. L. Cailletet. When aero nauts experience the nausea arising from rarefied air, they have recourse to the oxygen hag by placing the tube in their mouth. M.Cailletet con siders this unnatural since wc are accustomed from birth to breath through the nose, and he contends that when inhaling oxygen through the mouth it does not accomplish its work. I-Iis device for solving this 'difficulty consists of a double glass bottle containing liquid oxygen, and closed by a stopper through which two tubes pass. -One of the tubes terminates above the surface of the oxygen, and it is provided on the ex terior witli a rubber weight by means of which it is able to exercise atmos pheric pressure on the liquefied oxy gen. The other tube is made of lead and reach...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

©XJKSEXVBS.; IN consequence of the Easter. Holidays there will he NO ISSUE of-this •- Journal on WEDNESDAY NEXT, our hands, having struck for their ustiar'holiVJa}^'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

GENTLEMEN i ^OUR- attention is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our stock of ths • following goods— '' .. men's suits BOY's suits . white and colored shirts •hats and underwear ties ; "j handkekchiefs ln gpeat variety- • • . braces J SPECIALITY? SAG SUITSi TROUSERS, TO ORDER; AT SYDNEY PRICES. je°:era? ®«s?-^r3LiS3 ^ 3:. 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. Ji CHRISTIE, cash p'rAper and clothier, P<pwjral and Mittagoaigf* LET US - SE£ you in our.Store the next time you arc buying, > , Groceries, or ■ - , 1 , , . - ■ Hardware,'or ' > 1 " . Tinware, or ' ' ' Prodnce, or /1 - . . Mcdicines, or , - • - Boots. WILL SEE : You get satisfaction and full value for. your money, whether, your purchase be large or small. . Rutherford. <fe Wickhara Bowral.

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B. D. Gun Club [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

, D. Gun Club ■ The monthly meeting for members..of the above took place last Wednesday [^afternoon, the ""shoot " being the second competition for the Moss Vale Cup, and, ■and it resulted in a " leg in " for the lion, 'sec., Mr. H. O. Carter,- the. first compe tition, as our readers will rem'embej, "re^ suiting in a " leg in " for " Henri." The day was bitterly cold, and; the compatij. tors not quite so numerous"as'on former occasions.''' For the Moss Vale .Cup, w'itli an optional sweep of. 10/,' there wpre seven competitors, five of whom, liad dropped out when the fifth round was reached." On tlier sixth round- Mr. W, Wade dropped out, and Mr. Carter hav ing killed his sixth'bird-secured a "leg in " and the sweep. Mr."Carter and <" Henri " each now hold a " leg in "■ for both the Moss Vale.and Bowral Cups.? i Four other, sweeps were shot off,- and the first fell to " Henri" with, six i'nrds;; ■the second was divided between " Henri"! and .Wade with three birds; the thir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

Koibing Like Oil. . " In dealing with man, remember that fi spoonful; of:oiI will go farther than a gallon of vinegar." Tho samo may bo said of children. There is nothing so good for children ns. the old-fashioned castor oil. i However much they abbor.it, it.is thoir-best raedi I cins for disorders of the.bowols. In tho.most severe l oaaes of di!irrhoja'*and dysentery, howevor, Chum- i ! JborJain'B. - Colic,' Cholera- and liiarrhiaa Remedy I "should.bo,given after tlig.oil operates, and a quick ■ aura: is*.sure to .follow. For sale by J). Mouqan . .Chemja^ Bowral. J:. FENTON, Burrawang, TTTISHES to announea to tlie residents of thn YY * district that he has taken over the BLACK SMITHING arid WHEiSL WHIG FIT HOSINI2S3. rdcenily carriod on at Mr. Parker's premises, and hopes by strict attention to business ivnd good work-, manship to receive a fair sharo of public patrou age. j Hors,e Shoeing a Speciality. : ' SXJBSoiK-XBE ■ - TO the' _ .... press, ■ 3s. . <^T7AO,rJ?EE2, AD...

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A QUEER STORY FROM CARDIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

A QUEER STORY FROM CARDIFF. A correspondent ot a weekly con temporary tells the following gooil story " My chum, Sain, was going to take advantage of an excursion by steamer from Cardiff to Ilfracombc one Bank I-loliday to visit his parents The state of the tide necessitating the steamer starting 'before dawn, I ac companied Sam to the docks in" the dark morning, and as we were late, and the steamer's hooter was sound ing I dragged Sam through the crowd and bundled him aboard just as the steamer was backing from the quay. Sam should have returned at mid night, but as lie did not do so, we became alarmed and made inquiries, the result of which proved, lie had not visited liis parents, and, indeed , did not appear to have been seen on the vessel at all. Weeks passed, and we gradually became convinced that poor Sam must have fallen overboard in the hustle of starting. But seven months later I received this cable from San Francisco : "Just arrived here. You put me aboard sailing ves sel...

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The Orchestral Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

XSie OreSiestral Concert, J' The-concert.recently given by the Bow ral Amateur Orchestral Society was finan-1 j dally a great success. The nett.proceeds j amounted to ^"12/13/6. F.rorn this sum expenses totalling £6/11/. had to lie de ducted," leaving a balance of\ £6/2/6. A chcque for £3/2/6, 'bpyig about half the ^proceeds, has been paid over tothe' Hos pital account, and the remainder goes to jibe funds ofthe Orchestral Society. It ■will be noticed that the expenses were very heavy, but this could not b? avoided as several places had to be filled by oiit jside, artistes. The secretary (Mr. WY fValen,tine), and the committee are,-to, be' congratulated' on the success of their effort.

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FREE TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

FREE ^ TEA. Considerable dissatisfaction has...been expressed in Sydney concerning the action of .the federal parliament in admitting tea free of duty. It is alleged that;it is going to land the federal government in an; an nual loss of revenue of about: ^385,000; that it will be.a cruel blow, to the : trade," apcj- th,at^-it^-ivill .•.fail.; tcubenefit.: anyone; i even the consumer. Mr. Reid states that, while erery' free • trader regards a-'tea chity as perfectly legitimate, he voted against it on this oc casion because it was not required. Res-' piecting the duty on tea which Mr. Reid jiut.on when Premier of-New South Wales, lie explains that it was to meet an emergency, such as does not exist now.. Mr. Waddell, State Treasurer for. New South Wales, points out that the abolition of the tea duty will be a loss to the state ofabout ^150,000. Unless the people are prepared to submit to reasonable tax ation, it will not be possible, Mr. Waddell ;says, to meet the charges in connectio...

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AFTER THE HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

AFTER THE HONEYMOON. She was just married and when she asked her husband for a cheque for £10, what could he do but draw her one ? But as just then lie was deeply in love lie filled up the cheque thus : " Pay Sweet Little Cherub £i0 " ; and next, in an absent-minded way, forgetting altogether what lie was do ing, lie struck out "Or Bearer," and put in " Or Order." . She hadn't noticed what lie had done, and if she had she wouldn't have, known the meaning. So she popped1 into the bank, and going up to the man sit the desk, handed to him the cheque. Tic looked at it, grinned, and then began to show it to the other fellows. But the signature was right-and the chcquc was a good one. . " Madam," he said ; " this cheque is payable to order." " Yes," she replied, "I ordered it.' "Oh, that's not the point," he ex plained. " Being payable to order, we can only pay it to the person in wliese favour it is drawn." "Well, that's me ! " she replied. . "Indeed," he said. " Are you the Sweet Little...

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