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

:F KO MISTAKEN PRIDE. i — - J The Truth for Truth's Sake* I, The Casa of t\n. E. RUSSELL. (For-the. " Newtown Independent."). v2'here is nothing immodest or indelicate {n fcitoiting to the truth, no matter what the subject may be. I am glad to say that lay actions. »ro not influenced by foolish notions, of mistaken pride, and as I may be vioit.g a little good by grouting your request, . you are. welconjo to tiyko d,o\va every detail for whatevor use you may deem fi.." I'hese words were addressed to a repre feutr.tivo from this paper by a lady living ?t No. 14 Francis-street, Enmore, named ■ Sirs. Emily R,o£ina. Russell, who nad, on iporeeiviug a note-book in tha pressman's ihaud, antiuip&ted the object of his million, i " You are quite right," answered the re j porter, " <•'! may take the particulars, j then ? , *• Most dcchjodly, Tlio first sign of do 'pelting health was a shocking state of nervousness. My serves were so weak that I started quivering aud shaking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

SEEDS, nil k'indB; FRUIT TREES ; SHRUBS BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. , A. LANSDOWNE & CO., .. Qoulbarn. A. W. Beer has Bikes for Hire Royal Hotel,. ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands oE Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddooks, and Cattle 1'ardB. FRED. GRAHAM, 62 / Proprietor. HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders Promptly Attended toi . (Workshop Opposito Milton House, Bowrnl).' . 58ft1 TO MEM. Write for free copy of vnluablo book about yourselves; your health, your happiness, your futmo. If, contains ft full exposition of tho human system and tlio . remedies adopted. No need to consult doctors. Posted frco in sealed envelope, Every'mun should read it. Address—G. Spociflo, 530 Klizabeth-utruet North Melbourne. TO~LaMeK Ko need to consult doctors or chemists. The remedies you require in yo...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

BOWBAti MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every a'lcrnnto Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m.' Glerk's olfico hours nvo : 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. Farrow, council clerk.

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney : — 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted ,7 S7 a.m. (l'npcr/i'rain) daily, Sunday, cxceptcd ' 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.3!) p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 0.28 p.m., Saturday only - Passenger trains leive Bowral for Sydney :— . 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted (J.50 a.m. .Sunrtay only, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 7.3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Alittajjoiif! and Strathlield-only _ 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stups Mittagong, Picton, Granville, and Stratlilield only. 1.3-1 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

GENTLEMEN I ; _ wour attention is directed to the fact that we have just sorted up our slock of the following goods— men'S suits boy'S suits white and colored shirts hats and underwear ties \ collars i, Great Variety handkerchiefs f ea vap,exy* braces J SPECIALITY : SAO SUITS, TROUSERS, ET(U^r vJ^TO ORDER, AT SYDNEY PRICES. iemt sstttlei 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 ALL ROUND. ~ J. M, CHRISTIE, CASH DRAPER AND CLOTHIER, Bowral and Mittagomgf. LET US SEE WE WILL SEE you'in our Store the next time yoifare buying Groceries, or : Hardware, or . Tinware, or • Prodn'ce, or . Medicines, or Boots. You get satisfaction and full value for your money, whether your purchase be large or small. THE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET IN THE TRADE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Avoid Inferior Imitations, and see that cach pair bears ihis'Trado Mark.on band Inside.. ' / G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

No Opium in Chamberlain's Couou Rksibdv; — •' Many cough cures contain opium..The effect of this drug is to diminish secretion of the mucus, find the relief afforded- is only temporary. As soon as the effect of tho opium pusses off, the malady re turns in si more severe form. Tho system is also weakened and rendered more susceptible lo 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 cures quickly. D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, sells it. On Monday night Canon Boyce ex pressed the opinion that, with only the present ties, the Empire will Jose its unity long before another century dawns. £130 of bicycles and bicycle sundries to bo sold regardless of cost during tho next few weeks at A. W. Beer's Cycle Depot, Free Press Office.' No reasonable offer refused. Nearly 20 machines in stook ranging in price from-£3 to £15 IS// Inspec tion inviled. Everything is in readiness for the visit...

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Cricket. JAMESON HILL v. TOWN BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Cricket. ' JAMESON HILL v. TOWN BOYS. , The above mutch was played on the Glebe wicket, Bowral, on Thursday after noon. It was a sort of " pick-me-up" Easter holiday cricket match,—very much enjoyed by the winners, and vice-versa by the others (the losers). " Who won ?" we asked one of the Jamieson Hill leaders, and we further asked if it was the Townies. " Did they ?" he replied in eloquent lan guage, " just loolc at the scores, and then you'll see that"us Jamieson got 819 and 283, while the Towniea only got 40 and 35 1" Well, here are the scores : — Jamieson Hill.—1st Inniugs. A. Stephens E. Sheil ... S. Jones H. Davidson S. Bniloy S. Hiilcrow - H. Cutting . i. . JR. Barnes .. Sundries .. 48 . : 55 ■ 85•■ ; 83 31" 15 " 28 22 • . Total - . "... BIO Jaraieson Hill.—2ud Innings. A. Steplicna . .... - ... Cl K. Jones... II; Davidson* S. I-Ialcrow E. Shnil.v. . S. Bailey II. Cutting ... R. Barnes Sundries •Total ... • ... 283' Town Boys.—1st Innings. G-. Kuban N. Hill ... T. Clarke W. ...

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LADIES SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

LADIES SMOKING. On the walls of some London hotels and restaurants there are framed cards, saying thatLadies are requested not to light cigarettes." These places are oliiefly the resort of the raid die-class, and so far as the women folk of that class are concerned the prohibition is no hardship. A few of them do smoke, it is true, but never in public. It is among ".society" women that the cigarette habit is increasing. It has become general at most of their clubs, and is to be seen occasionally after dinner in some of the more fashionable restaurants. The majority of professional women have devel oped a taste for the soothing weed, and hundreds of the idler class smoke in their own homes.

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The Taxpayers' Union. ANNUAL MEETING. REJOINDER TO THE TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Tlie Taxpayers' Union. ANNUAL MEETING. REJOINDER TO THE TREASURER. Tho annual general meeting of the Tax payers' Union was liclr] at 8 Spring-stroet last niglit. Mr. II. S. Badgery was in tlio chair, and there was an attendance of about 80 members. THE CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS. Tho chairman said tho meotiuy was more or less a formal one, but a great deal more depended upon it than might appear at first sight. He looked upon the formation of tho union as a serious responsibility. Al though he regretted that they had not a great number there that night, he was glad to see the class of men present. The uuion. had been cramped for the want of numbers and of means. A union of such a kind needed organisation, and organisation meant monoy. They wanted to establish centres throughout the State, and hoped that very shortly they would be able to do so, and so increase tho str >nglh of tho union. He regretted that t-,e necessity for the formation of the union had bien forced upon them. Everyone m...

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OUR KIND QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

OUR KIND QUEEN. An instance of Qaeen Alexandra's kindli ness is reported. A father who was troubled about a son threatened with con sumption, and quite unable to pay the coat of his maintanence in a sanatorium, appeal ed as a last resource to the Queen, and laid the case hefore her. Within a few days camp the replv that tlio Ind was to go to the Ventnor Home for Consumptives, and that all his expenses there would be defray ed by the Queen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

> AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH .KN0WING.—-Dr. Oaborno soya : I use SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for ■nasal.catarrh, low> fever,, asthma, &c.,. with groat success. I find this preparation superior to all others." Dr. Stahl" I. have used various prepar ations.of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from 'SANDER. & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any-other." Dr. Preston" I never use any Euoalytua preparations other than SANDER' <Sr SONS', as I found the others tobo almost useless." Dr. Hart: It goes.without saying that SANDER <& SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is tho best in the market." In influenza, all fevers,.throat and lung, trouble, diptberia, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints,.rheumatism,.wounds, sprains, ul&ers, &c., it : is invaluable. See that you get SANDER & SONS',, and rejeot spurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers,.

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OUR QUEEN LANGUAGE. (Edwin L. Sabin, in February " St. Nicholas.") [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

OUR QCJEEB LANGUAGE. (Edwin L. Sabin, in February " St. Nioholap.") When the English tongue we speak Why is 'break' not rhymed with 'freak* ? Will "you tell me why it's true We say 'sew,' but likewise 'few'; And the maker of a verse Cannot cap Iris 'horse' with 'worse'? 'Beard' sounds not the same a« 'heard'; •'Cord' is different from 'word'; 'Cow* is cow, but 'low' is low ; 'Shoe' is never rhymed .with 'foe.' Think of 'hose' and 'dose' and 'lose'; And of 'goose'—and yet of ' choose.' Think of 'comb' and 'tomb' and 'bomb'; 'Doll' and 'roll'; and'home' and 'some.' And since 'pay' is rhymed with 'say,' Why not 'paid' with 'said,' I pray? We have 'blood' and 'food' and 'good'; . 'Mould' is not pronounced like 'conld.' Wherefore 'done' bnt 'gone' and 'lone'? Is there any reason known? And in short it seems to me ~ sounds and letters disagree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

YOU NEED A CHANGE In the weight of yonr garments,, now that there is more„than. a suspicion of winter in the. air. It won't do for you, to? go, on, wearing the same, cool clothing that you considered fitting- ,when the thermometer was up in the ioo's! Rutherford. "Wiokham, (DRAPERY DEPARTMENT), Have received the first shipment of; WINTER WEARABLES, And now invite jjojar- ips^ection. of their show, r,oo;n. ' ~ O— . v. .The very latest in blouse;fltinnels and: fl&nnel'ettesi. V A most complete range of new. shades in-, velveteens*; '' . kadies! Jackets, in. fawn,, etc.,, the exapt fashion*. Embroideries-,, MCoirettes,, Silks,. Shirts,. Men's Sweaters,; and. all otheij- seasonable. ; ' ; lines—a, complete stock,. T. B. Diinwooclie, Monumental Mason-,, BOWI1AL. 8241 W , Bmrawaiig, WISHES to nmiounco to the residents of- the district that ho has taken over the BLACK? SMITHING, and WHEELWRIGHT! BUSINESS rdoently carried on at Mr. Parker's premises,, and hopes by strict, attention ...

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The Midnight Express. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Tfae Midnight Express. Unbounded success attended Mr. Dan Barry's highly sensational, pathetic, and fascinating drama entitled " The Midnight Express,'! staged in the Bowral School of Arts on Monday evening last To say the hall was filled with people would itideed be a mild way of recording the fact ; on the contrary its holding ca pacity was taxed: to the utmost limit, particularly in. the rear of the building for on: the advent of each new-comer the throng swayed to and fro. The vast audience was most enthusiastic through out the performance, and demonstrations of appreciation of the various incidents in the play were of frequent occurrence. In a few words it may be said' that the drama, caste of characters, and scenery were of the highest possible order, and any country town may consider itself well favored on receiving a visit from such' a> talented, and highly popular, conv pany. To give a full report of the proceedings would take up more space than is at our, disposal,,but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Soee And Swollen Joints, sharp, shoot ing pain", torturing mancles, no rest, no sleep—that means rheumatism. It is a stubborn diaease to fi;{ht. but Chamberlain's Pain Balm litis conquered it thousands of times. One application gives relief. Try it. D. Morgau, Chemist, sells it.

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Original Poetry. DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Original Poetry. DRIML Drink !: Dtiuk! I shudder to think of the : sadness, The misery, the jvoe, JhejDoisqri,. the mad ness; - The squalor it brings to the drunkard's door, Keeps not himself only, but his family, poor; The father his children their food doth begrudge,. Then turns them out, jug in hand to trudge The open street to the public gaze. Good God 1 could that father improve his ' 'ways. The mother, in anguish, his kindness doth •: • Beok, • .With tearful.eyes, yet hardly doth.speak. Bavirig in madness, his children doth beat ; With childish innocence, turnedadrift in the street, Barefooted, and ragged, cold, hungry,' and pale,— ■ Such are the fruits of fetching his ale: Let ns strive to save others from ruiu's cold . brink, And help them detest tho horrible drink." CtTAiimr is Always the Result of. a neglected eoM. Chamberlain's Cough llemedy will not cure catarrh, but will euro the cold and so prevent ibat disagreeable malady. This remedy not only relieves the local irrit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

The 'BEST' Incandescent Vapor Gas Lamp • • • Positively produces tho ohcapext anil strongest light on earth. .It is absolutely wife, very brilliant, pow erful and steady. It in infinitely superior to electric ity, gas, ncetylene, or kerosene^ Each fixture is a mininture light works, that man ufactures and burns itn own gas ; and, as it is port-' able, you can hang it anywhere. Thtre ate no wicks to trim, no smoke or smell, no dirty, greasy chimneys to clean, 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, and produce a 100-candle pnwer light. As a comparison to kerosene, wo will simply fstate that one of these lumps will Rive CO per cent, more light than a large Rochester Coal Oil Lamp, consumes 80 per cent, less oil, and makes 90 per cent, less heat, bence the saving effected by the lamp quickly pay* for it. When you are in possession of one of these lamps,. you have simpl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Losing tout hair ? Do you bring out ftcombfuleach morning? Has it lost tta natural brightness ? Is it beginning to look laded and dead ? Do you like this condition of things ? Certainly not. Then stop this falling of the hair atonce. Stop it bofore your hair is thin, short, and lifeless. Make your hair beautiful, glossy, silky, abundant Ayei^s Hair Vigor Is a Hair Food. When your hair is well nourished it does not come out. 'Tis weak hair, ■tarred hair, that falls. It's just so with thin hair, short hair, rough hair. Such hair needs feeding. This is why Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling of ths hair. If your hair is gray, and you don't care to look at thirty as if you were sixty, then you should use Ayer's Hair Vigor. It always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich, beautiful color it had when you wore young. Prtpirtd by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mm., U, S. A, SUBSCRIBE TO Tl-IE I^REE PRESS, BUSHELS. . . . of BIG BEANS C( AN be grown on one plant of TONGAN BBA.N ) in a suit...

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GENERA NEWS. A BACK BLOCKS EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

GENERA JL MEWS. A BACK BLOCKS EXPERIENCE. A minister of the Ia'e New Smith Wnles Methodist Conference at Sydney minted theLllowinsback blocks experience:—"Rid ing up fo the homestead of a certain station for tlie first, time, fhn owner went down to tbe slip rails to meet him. " Good day " was exchanged, and then the minister? ex plained who he was. " Oh, I see," said the nquatter; "then you'll be wanting money," The minister protested that such a thing was not in his mind. He was there eimply to make the acquaintance of the owner and his people, whom be hoped to visit regularly. " That's all right" rejoined the squatter, " but you'll be wanting money. I've bad several kinds, here, but they all want money. Now I'll tell yon what it is ; I'll make a bargain lo begin with, and then we shall kuow whore we are. If you'll come out here regularly and preach to the chaps round about, I'll Rive yon £5 a year; if yon come out and don't preach at all, I'll give yon £10 ; and if you don't come ...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

Tliey Say. That when a man has a. birthday be {takes a day off. v That when a woman has one she lakes a couple of years off. That tho great point of resemblance be tween farmers and their poultry is that both delight in fall orops. That it may be bad form, but certainly is good taste, to dip your bread in the gravy. That the debate at the Association Hall on Wednesday night laet was a lively one. That " Ohdriey " was a source of amnse-' merit. , That a woman's scorn is not to bo trifled with, especially when you step on it iu a crowded tramonr. That a professional pianist is one wUobo work is all play. That there is no attraction in Bowral for young men now the Association Hall is closed. That football is shortly to oomraenoe in Bowral. That it may be a mistake to allow motor cars to whirr along at a tremendous paoe, but then to whirr is human. 'That a piece of Limburgor cheese is like a taok in one respoct—you can always find it in the dark. That the Sydney Show at Easter was well ...

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