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ROBERTSON. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

ROBERTSON. AQR.ICULTU RAL SOCIETY. The. monthly meeting of the A. II. and I. Society. Uckl ciri Thursday bight last in the School of Arts/ There was a good attendance present, an J Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, J»nr., in the chair. '"Correspondence. ' From the Kiatna A. and H. Society, giving dates for their next show. From F. Bi Suitor, stating that, a , horse-breeders' conference would be held in Sydney Easter week, and. he, would be glad to see a,ny of the committee present. From W. McKenzie, re age of cattle by the tooth test.~On the motion of Messrs. Moses and Brooker, the hon. secretary was instructed to inform Mr.' McKenzie that the committee was of the' opinion that the age.of cattle,by the tooth test as contained in the Robertson, sche dule is correct; at the same, time, -how ever, thp com.mittee did not wish to cast, any reflection on him for entering a cow in a certain cla^s when her teeth showed her to be much older. Various accounts were passed for. pay ment. ■■■■■••■■ The prize...

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A WONDERFUL REVOLVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

A WONDERFUL REVOLVER. The latest in small arms is the re volver which has just been .adopted hy the Swiss Government. It is cal led the Luger after its inventor, "and is a repeating arm, in which the force of the expansioh of the gas—the re coil, or " kick "—is. utilized after each shot to open the breech-block, extract the empty case, cock , tiie firing-pin. and by means of a recuperative spring charge 'the pistol with a new cart ridge, the operator having, merely to press the trigger for each successive shot. The Luger lias sshown some re markable performances on the testing ground. Twenty-four shots were fired from it at the rate of 11C a minute. This included the time of removing two empty magazines' and inserting two loaded ones, so that the rate of firing one magazine charge, or eight shots, must, of course be considerably faster. In the accuracy test the mean deviation of the shots'was shown, to be rather more than 0.5in. at a range of 75ft. It was taken apart in 3£sec., and ...

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MILLIONS IN WAGES. WORK OF WOOLWICH ARSENAL IN THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

MILLIONS IN WAGES. WORK OP WOOLWICH ARSENAL IN THE WAR. Lord Stanley, financial secretary to the War Office, was present at the annual, dinner of the Royal Arsenal Association of Foremen at the - I-Iol born Restaurant recently. The com pany numbered 400. Mr. J. Codd, president of the Association presided. Some interesting statistics were given as to the work performed by the Royal Arsenal during the past year. The' amount paid as wages was £2,323,000—an increase of more than half a million Stirling on the previous year. The weekly average was £<14,000. Materials cos't£2,5'l!,000 in the year an increase of £772,000. The value of the work done was estimated at £4,852,000, that supplied to the army increasing by £929,000 to £2,972,000*. The average number of employees was 21,530. . Lord Stanley in proposing the prin cipal toast, did not enter into the discussion whether the War Office had been right or wrong. I3ut when in quiry came to be made into the war it would be found ...

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THE EIFFEL TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

THE EIFFEL TOWER. The Eiffel tower of Paris has proved of immense value as a meteorological station." The extreme height • of its topmost platform above the surround ing country has enabled some valuable data to be obtained regarding the wind velocity and atmospheric tem perature at that altitude. A complete record of observations ever since the opening of the tower, in 188!), Jias been made. The meteorological in struments are. situated on-the upper most platform, and are connected electrically with the station below. Hourly records arc by these-means obtained'. A curious fact has been noticed in connection with these ob* servations. It is impossible to obtain any record of the rainfall at the sum mit of the tower. The velocity of the wind at that altitude is so great that practically the rain-drops travel in a horizontal direction, and thus the rain gages do not receive them. Even in a heavy storm, this peculiarity has been observed. According to the record the velocity of the win...

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KNIFE DUEL IN THE SEA. TWO FISHERMEN FIGHT AND KILL A THIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

KNIFE DUEL IN THE SEA. TWO FISHERMEN FIGHT AND KILL,A TIIIRD. . . Knife fights, are common enough in Spain, and "arc seldom reported by the newspapers - unless they have un common features, says a Madrid cor respondent. An affair of this kind, however, which occured between fish ermen' at Malaga had features wli ich takes it out of the ordinary category. Two brothers; Caparros were disput ing with^one 'Gaitan on the se.ashore From words';they came to knives. Gaitan kept the brothers at bay~for a time, but a' third Caparros coming upon the scepe, he plunged into the -water and swam put to sea. Two of the! Caparros followed him, forcing liim 'to face them. Gaitan manoeuvred tyluckily, avoiding liis assailants' knife-thrusts by diving, and every now and then getting one home himself. All were good swim mers, and the contest appeared more like a Qght 'of sea monsters than of | human beings. On the shore were relatives of both ; parties, but none ventured into the ' water to separate the...

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GENERAL NEWS. HMR MAJESTY'S THEATRE FLAMES, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 March 1902

GENERAL NEWS. I-IMR MAJESTY'S THEATRE FLAMES, A fire accompanied by the most, disas trous results, occurred in Sydney early on Sunday morning last. The scene of the conflagration was Her Majesty's. Theatre, one of the finest structures Sydney could boast of, and the loss , occasioned will be distinctly felt by a theatre-loving public. All' the available firemen and appliances in the Metropolis were on the scene in a remarkably short spacc of time after re ceiving the call, but from the outset it jvas evident that all efforts to save the building itself would prove futile, as the flames hadby this time gained complete mastery of the interior; consequently every energy was directed towards pre venting the spread of the flames, and in this the heroic efforts of the firemen were rewarded. An hour's conflict between water and flame terminated in the notice able suppression of the latter, and the fears of the crowd of onlookers for the safety of the whole block of buildjijgs were set at r...

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The Charms of Melody. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Tlio Charms of Melody. Bv A BANKER. >1 isic limh clmrms to soothe the savage breast, To soften rocks, or bend the knotted oak, . . . magie numbers and persuasive sound. Thus sang Iho old poot, Congreve, two hundred years'ago ; and so, all dowu the fj^es — from that far off time when Jubai in vented the art of playing tipou musical in struments;, through the long history of iiiujic in Egypt, in Assyria, and in Pales tine, where music was so much in vogue, and where those rhythmical canticles were \ composed three thousand years'ago by that '.'.sweet singer of Israel" whose playing upon the liarp so sobthod the troubled breast of King Saul, yet'are stili chanted by all the civilized nations upon earth ; right down to thepn santtime—have the charms of melody tended to tranquillize unrest, and. t'o impart an added joy to. all' the. pleasures of lif*. ' " " * Aud perhaps, otall the many aud varied kinds of musto, the, most magnificently im pressive", the most thrillingj atid by far th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Wanted tor Drapery Store, intelliRont YOUTFI or junior assistant. Apply J. M. (oiiristih, Kowral. 1241 Easter.-For decorations, flowers, and greenery, sond to COPE and sons, liowral (under now management). I^OR sal H.—Edison's phonograph, largo . Brnas Horn, and Reaotds ;. clicap. P.o., liowral, ' • 1235 170R sale.—Two young CUWS in full milk, . vory quiet. Also one LADY'S nnd gent's haok, mid ono CHILD'S PONY, vory quiet. Also light doublo-aontod buggy and harness.. "Apply j. My. NOliMAN, Butcher, JJowral,. "lyfOW OR NEVER.—After a rccord rati of eeven JL l years, thnt artistic and historic gem of Qyclo rama art, the Cyclorama of Jorusaloin, Sydney, is about to be dismantled to nialto way for fresh at tractions. Immediately nttor Kaster Monday, or about tlio 2nd of April, tlio Cyclorama will be olosed for about six woolcs to rctnovo " Jerusalem," and fit up a fresh exhibition. AU lovers of Cyoloramio Art, CincmetoKraphic exhibitions, illusions, and tlio many sido shows, HhoyJrl not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

A Coiuiuiinicatioii. Mr. Editor—Allow me to apeak a law words id favor oi Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy. I suffered ' for thiee years with the bronchitis and could riot sleep at nights, 1 tried several dootors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me uny relief until my wife got a bottle of (his valuable medicine, which has completely relieved me.—\V. S. Bkockjian, Bognell, Mo., U.S.A. This remedy is for sale by D. Moiiqan, Chemist, Bowral. J. FENTON, Burrawang,: ..\X7"ISRES to announce to the residents of the ■ > t district that ho ha? taken over tile 13LACK SJriTHINtf and WHEELWllIGfiT BUSINESS I'llcpiitly carried on at Ur, Parker's promises, and l\0|<i-H liy Htiict attention to business and good work-' imui.iliip tu rcceivo 11 fair chare of public patron age. ■ Horse Shoeing: a Speciality.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

GENTLEMEN! ■ ■ "CT'OUR attentiori is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our stock of the j| following goods— MEN'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS HATS AND UNDERWEAR . TIES . \ HANDKERCHIEFS (,n Great Variety, BRACES J • SPECIALITY : SAO SUITS, TROUSERS, ETC.^> <s^TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES. pit aktd st'sti.z: a. x. 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 v ALL ROUND. J. M, CHRISTIE, CASH draper and clothier, tJBowral and Mittagong. ramnrzacvRc you in our Store the next time you are buying Groceries, or v : {-lard ware, or ■ Tinware, or • - ; Produce, or Medicines, oe ■: PcJOtG, —■.■■'■..-I WE WILL ' SEE You get satisfaction and. full value for your money, whether your.; purchase be large or small, Rutherford. &; WlcMia.m, Bowral, ■CLEMENTS TOftiC SOLELY- RESPONSIBLE FOR CURE. • Tfto CE130 of Mrs; KATHERfNE GARL...

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EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT. Bombaia, Tuesday. —A Fonsational shoot* ing accident occurred nt Dry fl.iins Station about 85 milos from Bombula, on Saturday morning, tlie viutitn being a lad named Herbert Chigaon. The evidence ut tlio in quest was that Andrew Clti^son, a^ed 0 years, took his father's run to shout abawk, but finding the bird bad gone, came back to the kitchen, whore Herbert Clugsoii and a younger brother were. Iu putting down the hammer of the gun it went off, I he oh urge entering.; doceaHeil's abdomen. Andrew ClngEon took off his brother's clothes, aod finding the bowels protruded, gewed np the wound with, a needle and cotton ; but as this kept breaking, he used a packing needle and twine, putting in alto gether ten stitches. He (hen washed., de ceased and put hirri to bed, but be-diod half an hour afterwards. The following programme wag rendered at the monthly meeting of the Kanpaloon MethodiBt Baud of Hope, Mr* 0.-'Virtue occupying tbG chair:—Solo, Miss Piper ;. recitat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

FLANNELS AND SOX. NOW READY. Prints and .Surplus Stock at Clearing Prices—VERY CHEx\P,;. ■ . MABSTOH'S, Opposite Rice's Hotel, Bowral. Removed 1 • Removed I Has removed to MOKE COMMODIOUS PKBftli SES ?jext to HILL BROS. . Coaoh/Building and, Horao Shoeing carried out in best stylo. : ■ uymjii i pi.an ■««-» JEWELLERY. JEWELLERY! Of the Latest Design English and American Watches kept in eto Watches cleaned from 2/6. Best Main Spring 2/6, Brooch Pins 6d, Watch Glasses, 6d,.Engraved name 6d. and 1/. Jewellery made to order. Old Jewellery Bought or Excliangod, ALL WQIlIC GUARANTEE?, 8, J. MOS8, Opposite Rutherford & Wickham's. BOWRAL. 1075 Dfflr. Cecil Compion. • Pui'fr.9. Received or Visited in Bowral and District. PIANOEOBTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING 'OiiKjidateT'pVQijared f'oiT^^O^iregK-'laia'cl^TCTh'iver^ity "JEI^miri^ioaa in"" !£iieorefcioal and Practical Music.' „ • Apdbess : Pqst : Office, -Bowiur.. THE COMMERCIAL BACKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Total ... .. £3,010,000 ] Biitiso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Recently a taliow'candle eating contest took place between a couple of Russian* sailors at Charleston, U.S.A'. The vic tor devoured a.pound —wicks included!— in three and a half minutes. I. mi ■■mi■iiii«Bcni»>BgaMEgca>ap»»in nTiiiia—at—*jc THE GENERAL;'y.BBlNTING- WORKS Is The Placer all lour. IPriwiirag. best class of work IT LOWEST' POSSIBLE PKICES; FROM A VISITING CARD TO A POSTER. t*-—o . .'V WE guarantee Otir ; CHEAP, QUICK, NEAT, and CLEAN. Your favor of A Tried Solicited. Don't go to the Wrong Place. OUH NEW ADDRESS IS, On ®lie Hill, ■■■u- OPP. HILL ROTHERS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

The 'BEST' Incandescent Vapor Gas Lamp • •> Positively produces tho cheapest ami strangest light on earth. It is absolutely safo, very brilliant, pow erful and steady. It is infinitely superior to electric ity, gas, acetylene, or kerosene. Each fixture is a miniature Ight works, that man ufactures and burns its own gas ; and, as it is port? able, yon can hang it anywhere. . There are no wicks to trim, no srnnlce or sjnell, no dirty, greasy chimneys to clean, and they are no ni<at pic in construction that anyone can operate them with case and entire satisfaction. One quart of fluid will burn for 20 consecutive hours, and produce a 100-candle power light.. As a comparison to kerosene, we will simply state that one of tbeso lamps will give 50 per cent, more light than a large Rochester Goal Oil Lamp, consumes 80 per ccnt. less oil, and makes 90 per cent, less heat, hence the saving effected by tho lauip quickly pays for it. When yon are in possession of one of these lamps...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England* SIMON AND JUDR, BOWRAL. Holy Communion st 8 a.m., Divine Services (with Holy Communion) nt 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. • Preacher, tho Hector, sr. rtkpiien's, mittaoono. Services 11 and 7.80 Preacher, Rev. D. Rutledge. WINOKCAKIUBHEI!. Robertson 11, East Kangaloon 3, Burrawang 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. Methodist Church. Bowral.—Bendooley-Hlreet Church, Rev M Maddern 11; Bong BonR-8treet, Ilnv A W Parton 7.30 MiltagonR, Rev A. W Parton 11, Itov M Maddern 7.30 Bundanoon, Mr D Podmore Jl, Mr W Layton 7 Penrose, Mr J Reeve 3 Balmoral, Rev K A Corner 3 Colo Yale, Rev T Kencb 3 rresh/terian Churoh. Bowral, Rev. G A. Gordon 11 (Sacrament),'-Mr D Rutherford 7.30 Mobs Tale 11 and 7-30, Burrawang 3, Rev Boswoll Berry Roman Catholio Churoh. Eerrima 9, ljowral 11, Mittagong 4 Rev. Fr. Sheridan. Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfellows' Hull, Bowral, 7 and 11 a.m. 3 and 7 p.m. Captain K. F. Sutcr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Comparative Cost. TO G8VE AN EQSJlIi LUG BIT OF tOflj: CAftBIiE S'OWESS. Kerosene coats .. .. .. Sid: per hour Electrio Lifiht costs .. .. S)tJ. , „ Acetyleno Gas costs .. 2.1; • „ Ordinary Gas costs .. .. 2d;- ' „ " BEST " LAMP not quits One-Halt of a .Penny., 30WRAL FRUIT SHOP-^-e^ OPPOSITE Post office, Bolvral. Tlio. nest and" most vnried Btock out of 8ydney. Call and see our show. U. T. HOPWOOD, 5543 Manner. ICE I !GE! IGE! • KEEP COOL WET ICE I ICE I BOWEAL AGENCY fresh. FOOD W ICE co., LTD., Qrefers Received for Ice,; Fish, Poultry, Small Goods, • Confec. tionery, Etc. Cheapest and Best Fruit and Confection^. ! ery always on hand. V V1AFEKING DINING ROOMS,. ■ bowk ail. , ; B THE BOWRAL... , The Oldest Established up-to-date Liv-i. cry Stables in Bowral. Vehicles of all descriptions1 on hire., TERMS MODERATE,.,:. . Trains Met. Letters and-Telegrams Promptly attended to. " •*' ■ ;" SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BONG-ST., BOWRAL, (Next to Christie'sj). All kinds of-Saddle ...

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Local Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Local Sports. The programme for the holidays in Bowral is filled. Besides the usual quota -of private picnics, etc., the cricket and tennis clubs of the town will be fully engaged. . TENNIS. A match between the Bowral ;ancj Ma rulnn clubs will be played on the Bowral courts todqy. Bowral will be represented by the following:—Misses Ferguson, Funston, Valentine,. and Corry ; Messrs. Parton, B. Jones, Price, and Grierson. Play at 2.30. .■> ' A match between the Bowral and Mit tagong clubs will be played dn the Bowral courts on Easter Monday. Bowral play ers :—Misses Jones, Gorry, Funston, and Valentine; Messrs. Parton, Chapman, Corry, • and Valentine ;. emergency, B. Jones. Play at 2 o'clock. CRICKET. A match will be played between the Ferndale.C.C. (Sj'dney) and the Bowral. Association on the latter's wicket today, commencing at 10.30. - Association team —L Miller, F and C Cope,- L( Comer, R. Whatman, J-Griffiths, -E Upton, J Hug gett, H, E, and C Jones; • • ■ The Association ° an...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Saturday, March 29, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Published tw mwral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Saturday, March 29, 1902. ITEMS OP. INTEREST; I The Commercial Bank remains closed [ from Thursday evening till Tuesday mom-; iag.next. There are i5;lesa empty houses in Bow ■ral this year than:there were last yeaj\ , Mr. G-.-iT,.Covington, formerly watch maker ofi'Bo.wrali lins. received injuries at Narrandemv.; through - the; bursting of a. spirit lamp. , . Mr. H'. Wehir,, organist at: St. John's Church of England, Moss :Vale, has. re signed,; "" - The* following-arrangements wellbe.ob served hv the post .'and' telegraph offices during- the holidays : —On ~Goodf Friday .tjie hours at- both-office's will be the same as on a Sunday". On Easter Monday the first delivery oply will be.eflccted by let ter-carriers, and the telegraph office will be open from 9 to 10 ajn/ancJ 6_to,8 p.m. ,Miss Arnold, (from; Sydney) onnounces by adyertisemen't her. intentipn to.open a cjancing class in Bowral after Easter pro_ 'yiiling she. has...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Nothing Like Oil. •• In dealing with raiin', n-muiubcr that a ppoontiil of oil will go fur Hun' than a fiallon of vinegar.'.' The sutne may no sail of children. There is nothing ho Rood for children as the old-fashioned enstor oil. IJowover much they abhor it, it is their bast medi cine for disorders of the bowels. In the moat severe oases of diarrhoea and dysentery, however, Clium berlain'o Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhraa Remedy should be given after the oil operates, and a quick oure is huio to follow. For salo by D. AlbiiuAN Chemist, fiowrnl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says : I uso SANDER # SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a. epray for nasal catarrh, low fever, asthma, ifco., with great success. I find this'preparation supoyibr to all others.''- Dr. Stahl: 111 have used variousi pr'opav-r ations of Eucalyptus,' but I get better results from" SANDER &. SONS',EUCALYPTI-EXTRACT than from'anyother." ' Dr.' Preston I never use any Euoalytus preparations.' other than SANDER, & SONS', as I fourid the others to be almost useless. "■ Dr. Hart: It Roes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the best in the market.'! In influenza, all fevers, throat and lung, trouble, diptheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidriey com plaints, rheumatism, wourida, sprains, ulcers, Ac., it is invaluablo. See that you get SANDEK <& SONS', and reject spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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