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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

The' 'BEST' InGandescent Vapor (Kas ianip . . • Positively produces tho oheapeet and strongest light on earth. It i8 absolutely snfo, very brilliant, pow erful and steady. It is infinitely superior to.olectric ity, gas, acetylene, or kerosene. Each fixture is a miniature light works, that man ufactures and burns its own'gaB; and, as It is port able, you can hang it anywhere. There are no wicks to trim, no smoke or smell, no dirty, greasy chimneys to olean, and they are so sim ple in construction that anyone can operate them with ease and entire satisfaction. One quart-of fluid will burn for 20. consecutive hours, aud'produce a 100-oandle powir light. As a comparison to kerosene, we will,.singly state that one of.these lamps will rivo GQ-psccent. more light. than a large Rochester Coal Oil Lamp, consumes 80 per cent, less oil, and makes 90 per cent, less heat, hence the saving effected by the lamp .quickly pays for it, ' \ • - , ' " ■ When you .are in possession of one of these lamps...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Railway Management. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Our Railway Manage ment. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Mr." A. W. Pearse,»secretary of the Stook ownere'Association of New South Wales, writes as follows to tbe Australian Meat trades Journal.— • •• Sir,—Yesterday I happened to come flown from Gleu Inues to Armidale in a stock train, and-had an opportunity of wit nessing, tbe terrible syatem we have of trucking and conveying cattle. Ten trucks of cattle were taken %u at Glenooe; these were put into 'tbe tracks at 7 a.m. on Thursday 18tb, and the man in charge said lie would be luolty if he reached tbe River stone Works by 8 a.m. on Saturday the lfftb. or 44 boars .without a drink or a bite, in a broiling sun for many hours of that ' time. Further than that, the shunting aud jolting wero so severe that several times whilst I was there I saw the cattle thrown violently from end to end of tbe truck. In no other country in the world would such .treatment bo allowed. In Argeutiaa the law is that if the stook are in tbe train more „tbait80 hours th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Recanting Spirits. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

.Recanting Spirits. . Spiritualism, gnti-vivisection^and vege tarianism.have all three received a rude shock at the shadowy-hands of a couple of eminent but "disembodied ''spirits who were widely-known in the flesh as'-Dr. Anna Kingsford '.'and-'Mr. Edward Mint land. - The latter formerly resided in Goulburri, arid was president of the Me chanics'Institute. 'i ' There were no greater, enemies of the .•v.i.visectionist(says the. London Daily ;MailVtban these two .leaders ,9^ occult,-, ,jpsycliical and mystical ,fesea'rclr;'^; Tiifey spoke arid wrote incessantly against what they believed to he ," the cowardly and brutal treatment of dumb animals." In like manner they preached and wro$e in opposition to the.use of animals for pur poses of food. . And. now they have startled their .friends by sending a spirit message to the effect that they have found how wrong were their surmises, and that flesh-eating and vivisection can be indulged in with .impunity.. ■ These " trance utterances " w...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Comparative Cost. TO GIVE AN EQUAL LIGHT OF 100 CANDLE POWER. Kerosene coats .. - .. Sid. per hour Electric Light coats .. .. 8a. „ Acetylene Gas oostB .. 23. Ordinary Gaa ooata ♦ . .. 2d. „' - " BEST "-LAMP not quito One-Hair o! a Penny BOWRAL. BOWRil/ FRUIT SHOP—<o>. OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowral. The nest and most varied stock out of Sydney. Call and. see our allow. H. X. HOPWOOD; 9543 Manager. ICE! ICE! ICE I KEEP GOOL . • « ; ICE I ICE I ICE t BOWRAL AGENCY ,! • P8ESH TOO# MB P CO., LTD.' Orders Received for Icei, Fish, Poultry, Small Goods, Confec tionery, Etc. Cheapest and Best Fruit and Confection ery always on hand. Mrs. G. rMiif, MAFEKING DINING ROOMS, BOWRAL. . . . THE BOWRAL . . . LIVERY STABLES. The^Oldest Established up-to-date Liv ery Stables in Bowral. - Vehicles of all descriptions on Inre^. TERMS MODERATE. Trains. Met; - Letters and Telegrams Promptly attended to. PROPRIETOR. 962 TOIV1 COPE SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BONG-ST., BOWRAL, (Next t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental Mason, BOWBAIi. 8241 GENTLEMEN! ¥OUR attention is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our .stock .of tlxe following goods— MEN'S SUITS BOTS SUITS WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS HATS AND UNDERWEAR TIES COLLARS HANDKERCHIEFS BRACES -In Great Variety SPECIALITY: SAO SUITS, TROUSERS, <4 TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES, PIT ACTD STYLE 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 TIND OUR VALUE GOOD ALL ROUND. J. M. CHRISTIE, CASH DRAPER AND CLOTHIER, ' Bowral and Mitt»gongt LET ,>5': US SEE .. jrou in our Store ttie next time you are buying Groceries, or Hardware, or V v- Tinware, or . , • , /• Prpdnce, or '■ :•» • - •'■•♦►J "'I1/** • . • ' ' • i : \ Medicines, oar V ■ " ' JRoois, WE WILL SEE You get satisfaction and full value for your money, whether youjf . purchase be large .or sm.aU. Rutherford. &> 'Wickham, ,■■■' ■ Bowral....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

No Opidm in Chambbblain^& Cotran Remedy.-— Many oough cures contain opinak The effeot of this drug ts to diminiab secretion of the-'mucus, and the relief afforded is only temporary. As- soon as the effeot of the opium passes off, the malady re turns in a more severe form. Ilie system i& also weakened and rendered more susceptible to cold.. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy does not contain opium in any any form; It affords relief and leaves' the system in a healthy condition. It always cures and oureB quickly. D. Morgar, Chemist, liowral, sells it. This is for cyclists only. Why "did the foot rest ? Because the wheel tyred, . « «, . . . What did the free wheel clutch ? The long crank by his plated awt.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Dan Barry's, Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Barry's, Dramatic Company. Tho above company, after an abscnce of 12 months, will appear on Monday next, April 7th, at tbe School of Arts, Bowral, when onfi of tbe latest ami most successful London dramas, " The Midnight Express," will be produced for the iirst time in Bow ral. From the London " Daily Telegraph," we extraot the following :—" The drama of 1 The Midnight Express' ib far ahead of the usual plays of the modern type. It is original in construction, while ihe humor is such as one really enjoys without feeling ashamed of giving way to some weakness. It rivets the attention, while some of the in cidents are exceedingly diverting, and never fail to cause roars of laughter." It is abso lutely tbe best of all modern dramas, and nothing could be more apparent in denoting success than the enthusiasm shown throughout the State by tbe immense audi'. euces who have witnessed the -first produc tion of this well-written and capably thought-out drama. It was a triumph of inventive bra...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Bowral School of Arte; The monthly committee meeting of the' Bowral1 School of Arts, was held On Tues day last. There were present:. Mr. R'. S. Mackenzie (President),. Rev. A. W.. Parton, Messrs. Jos. Stokes, F. B. Kyng dbn, C'. W. Marsden, Ebb. Davist H. M. O'xley, J. J. Campbell, &.H'. E. Wickham.. Apologies were received for the absence: of Mtessrsv Miarston, Thirtle,, and Holmes* Correspondence; From' the School of Arts,.Tumuf, asking; for information re'the coupon system im vogue in the billiard room. at. the Bowral! School of Arts; Frorfl. the-Milton-Scliool: of A-rts-, asking', for information concerning the building; and furnishing, of a billiard room.—Am answer had been sent.. From the Department of Agriculture;, asking, whether they should' continue to». forwards the Government Gazette.—A rev ply in the affirmative:to-be sent.. Treasurer s Statement;. Oh the motion of Aldermen- Campbell! and Marsden, accounts amounting; to £12; 8S 6d were passed- for payment. , The...

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Farewell Social. TO THE REV. G. A. GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Farewell Social. TO THE REV. G. A. GORDON. To say that there was a fair attendance at the Bowrat School of Arts last Thurs day evening would be quite out of it. Every available seat was occupied, and a spirit of sociability seemed to dominate all other considerations during the evening. The object for which the company had met was not far to seek, for our Presby terian friends had arranged this social gathering in order to. say farewell for a few months to their highly esteemed and beloved pastor, the Rev. G* A. Gordon-, who is on the point taking a trip for the purpose of recruiting his health, which has been in an unsatisfactory condition for the past year or tsvo. Ever since his accident at the Fitzroy Falls,. Mr. Gordon | has not felt himself, and he has finally decided, to- seek recovery in a> lengthy sea tripi which will bring with it a complete I change of climate and surroundings- We "believe it Tis Mr. Gordon's intention to I travel about a little also; and and we join, ...

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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Wedding.. I The Presbyterian Church, Burrawang, ! was the scene'of a very pretty wedding on Easter Monday. The contracting par | ties were Miss Margaret White, daughter ; of Mr. and Mrs. T. White, of Burrawang, and Mr. W. Smith, son of Mr. Smith, M.P., of Sydney. A large crowd had assembled.to witness the interesting cere mony. The bride entered the Church leaning on the arm of her father. She was elegantly attired in a dress of some blue material, and carried a beautiful bou quet. Then followed the bridesmaid. Miss Daisy White, who wore a dainty frock of white and blue. The Rev. Bos well Berry tied the nuptial knot, perform ing his part well. Mr. James White was best man, and the bride was given away by her father. The celebration over, the wedding party "proceeded to the residence of the bride's parents,amid the best wishes of their many friends. Here the break. | fast was partaken of, and after awhile Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for Sydney, the scene of their future life work. Many u...

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

KANGALOON. By " Spero Melioka."' On Friday evening last the usual monthly,, meeting of the Kangaloou B.vud of Hope, was held iu the Methodist Church. Mr. 0.. Virtue occupied the chair, and' the- follow ing programme was submitted to the audi ence :—Solo, Miaa Piper; recitation, Miss. V. Vidler; song, Mr. Johnston; recitation, Mr- 0. Virtue; duet, Misses Thomas and.^ Avie Piper; solo, Miss EL Bruceduet* Misses Thomas aud Alma Tliomus. Th» singing of the doxology brought the ineeU ing to a close. A meeting in aid of the Home Mission, Society was held in the Methodist church, on Monday evening last. The Rev. W, W.. Roger delivered a very interesting lecture,, and from experience (having been stationed at Nymas;ee for some time) was able to well explain the trials of Mission life iu tbo back blocks of th« country. On Jfhesday and Wednesday evenings a mission was held in the Methodist church, conducted by -Rev. W. W. Ro^er, Jarga congregations attending eaoh evening. To-day (Thursday) sp...

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

. ROBERTSON. From1 our Correspondent.. The School of Arts committee1 held their usual monthly meeting ou Thursday, 27th March, \\T. B. Hiudmarsh, Esq., j.P;,. ia the chair. Other members present were— Messrs. B. G. Fergusonr H. Litchfield, W. Gollis, W. B. Keeble, M. E. Hindmarsh, R.. M. Graham, E, Bursill, S. Hull, J. Fair burn, E. J. Johnson,, and M, G. McDonagh (bon. sec). The minutes of previous meeting were read aud adopted. The following accounts were passed for payment:—Sydney Morning Herald 13/r Lees (painting) £0/7/6, Librarian £2/10/. .,,L Mr. E; G. Ferguson moved and Mr. W. Collis secomied'a motion that the secretary, be instructed to have the new piano covered with green baize.—Carried, Mr. Bursill proposed that the sum of £5 be expended on new booka. Seconded by Mr. E, Johnson, and carried unauimously. The committee arranged to Lave a con cert on lGih May in aid of piano fund. The usual Easter picnic in connection with St. John's Church of England Sunday School was held...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Half a troth is said to be the greater falsehood, and give a lie half an hour's, start and 'twill be a long time before troth overtakes it. Certain acts ' of shocking brigandage in South Africa that havo r filtered out.through the press, and for which- two : men have been, shot by court martial, and two others sentenced to life-long imprisonment, have had the half-truth attached that the oulprits were Australian oilicers. The guilty men were adventurers, and havedone Australia infinite injury through having ' enlisted in one of the eotliec aontingeata. When : they afterwards were made offioers of an irregular corps-the bush-veldt carbineers, they hod ceased to. be Australian soldiers. Evil deeds of this char acter are too frequently perpetuated- during warfarev and Australia will feel, if the evidence againBt them; is true, that these wicked men have riohly deserved their fate whilst the whole British nation hangs its head in shame that such foul crimes should ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

SEEDS; nil kinds ; FRUIT'TREES; SHRUBS BEST and CHEAPEST in.Btock. 40.PAC1G BTS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. A..LANSDOWNE <fe CO},. Goulburn.-. A- W. Beer has Bikes for Hire ROBE R.TS.0 Na The; Leading: Hotel in- Towni Only Eeat;Branda of Winoa and Spirits kept.. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonahla-i rates.. First-class BILLIARD TABLE'. Obod' Stabling,, Grass Euddaaka, and Cattle Yards.. ERED.. GRAHAM,. 62 Proprietor.. HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING; GRAINING) ETC.. Workmanship > Guaranteed; All. Orders Promptly Attended tics. 7 M'ERRIGAIVG-ST., (Workshop Opposite. Milton EuusQ,,Bowral). G89.I TO MEN. " Write for free copy of valuable bo »k about'yourselve*? . your health, your hat.pinesa, yo<ir future. It contaiua ■ a full exposition of- the human system and the remedies adopted. No need to commit dootora Posted free In senlrrfi envelope, Every man should rend it*. Address—G; Specific, &S9 fcllizaboth-Btreet Norihi ' Melbourne* TO LADIES. Ko need t...

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Salvation Army EASTER MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

Salvation Army EASTER MEETINGS. During the Easter holidays Staff-captain and Mrs. Kirk, from Sydney headquarters, paid a visit to Bowral, conducting the vari-, oaa meetings from Good Friday, night till1 Easter Monday night inclusive. ' A mnsical meeting was held on the Monday night,1 when a good programme was given, and was much appreciated by a very fair audi ence. , . j In.the abRence of Captain Suler at New castle, where she is staying at her parents for a.mouth in consequence of her recent accident, her place is being temporarily fill ed by Lieutenant Davjes from Moss Vale. We are glad to be able to inform our read ers that Captain Suter is making rapid pro-' gress towards recovery. The Elusive Pigskin is tbe source of mucli sport and lbe cause of many injuries. Foot-ball players should use Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm, an antiseptic liniment, especial ly valuable for sprains • and bruise?; Ooe application gives relief. Try it. - J). Mor gan, Chemist, -sells it

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

BOWBAL. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.. Meets every alternate Thuradny,. at ths Council' Chambers,.at 7.30 p.m. Glork's oflico hours ore : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12: a.m.,; Wednesdays, 7, to 9 p.m.: Fridays,, 3. to> 5. p.m. . ■ * Alderman W; Murray, Mayor.. Mr..W.. R. Earrow, council olerk..

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POLICE COURT.—SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

POLICE COUBT.—SMALL DEBTS. A. Humphries v. J. Hadcliffe,. claim £ 3/10/4, goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff. ,r- ■ One defendant was fined 10/-' and 8/- costs for furious riding; another for language, &c;, wa3 fined in the sum of £2/19/8°; wlillst a third for being drunk had to part up 9/10.

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A Fiery Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

A Fiery Ocean. jj* A BANKER Throughout the wide range of nature, organic and inorganic, very many examples exist of organisms and bodies which pos sess inherent) light-producing properties. Amongst the latter, perhaps tbe most remark able. iaa variety of the pink ruby, which if exposed to bright sunshine aud then im mediately taken into a dark room,, glistens with a beautiful glowing fiire. Several other minerals,, notably of course phos phorus, which gives its name to all varieties of this natural luminosity, also possess similar characteristics.. Bat organic Nature produces by far the most numerous examples of phosphor escence. The humble glowworm lights np its sparkling love-lamp when, in search of its still more h.nmble mate ; even its eggs, shining in the darkjike lustrous gems.. The beautiful fire-fly flits among the myrtle boughs as> though living diamonds were i sporting amidst the perfumed sprays. And the rock-boring. Pholas, possesses the pro perty to such an extent tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

THE GENERAL PRINTING WORKS Is. The Place t» leave all; Your Printing. 0. BEST CLASS OF WORK at lowest possible prices ' \ ' EEtOM A. VISITING. CARD TO Al POSTER. 0) • WE guarantee Our Worl^ cheap, quick, - ;NEAT„ .. AND: clean Don't go to tlie Wrong 3?Iaoe. OUR NEW ADDRESS IS: Oil the Hill, / QPP. HILL RQ/THE.B&.

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The Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 April 1902

The Unemployed. Year after year goes by, says the Aus tralian Meat. Trades' Journal, and still'our unemployed, are with us. In. every State to the Commonwealth, as in New Zea. land, we find a percentage of the people unable to get work or unwilling to take work. The. habit of loafing gets stronger. ! and stronger, and1 the same disease, be cause disease it is, gradually spreads to others; thus the unemployed army gets bigger and bigger. Why is this ? The reason is plain because those men in: Parliament who make their living by poli tics have to use this body of unemployed to keep them in their billets ; it is their sheet anchor, and without unemployed, to promise this or that to, they would' dVift helplessly on the rocks. The unemployed difficulty is' no difficulty at all. Were it taken out of political hands not a mam or woman, need be unemployed in these states; and the remedy is not new, it is. used in several American states, and has been a success. It is this : every unem ploye...

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