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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Bowral Police Court. At the Bowral Police Court .yesterday (Friday) morning, before Mr. W. Murray, J.P., John Gu.rbul, an o'd ago pensioner, wag chargcl with being drunlu A fine of 10/- or -18 bouts was inflicted, the payment not being forthcoming, the gentleman was escort ed back to tbo cell. Accused, who wo understand, imbibes far too freely every visit ho pays to Bowral, was strongly warned that if again arrested his o'd age pension would be cancelled.

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Original Poetry. MY NATIVE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Original Poetry. MY NATIVE LAND. My home's far away, oil the steep Yorkshire hills, Where the bright purple heather grows lovely and wild; And my thoughts span across to the clear flowing rills And daisy strewn meadows, I roamed when a child. The clear flowing river that flows to the s$a, Seems sweet in the dreams of a wanderer still; And the Throstle's street sopg comes again back to me, As sweet as the time when his strain rang the ' Ghyll. The green mossy borders where oft I reclined, And listened in peace to the stream's dripping tone: And vratehed the palo blossoms borne along by the wind, Making oaUs bend #bovo me, aqd becchea to moan. The lovely wild blue bells grew sweet by the brook ; And the foxglove bo cheorful, reared high its pole form; Eaoh nook lent its beauty, and many a rook Ventured there Jo repeat hot wild crips to tbe storm. The bright flowery woodlands are bonny and greep ; The steep hills, though craggy, are familiar and fair; There's a spat I remember with cre...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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W. C. T. U. ALCOHOL AND DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

W. C. T. U, ALCOHOL AND DISEA.SE. By the late Sir Andrew Cladce, M.B. "As I locked at the hospital wards, to-day, and saw that seven out oi ten owed their diseases to alco hol, I could but lament that the teaohing about this question was not more direat, more decisive, more home-thrusting than ever it had been Can I say any words stronger than these of the ter rible effects of the abu3e o£ alcohol ? It is when I myself think of all this that I am disposed, as I have said, to give up my profession, to give up everything, and to go forth upon a holy crusade, preaching to all men—Beware of this enemy of the race." Dr. Norman Kerr lately expressed convictions that dri iking among women of all classes is increas ing At the presont day a great many children are barn with an alcohplia constitution, solely owin£ to tlie drinking propensities of their mothers. This appears to me the most perilous phase of the whole practice of drink, for here tvo have alooholioor other defective systems impl...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Piano Tuning of the Highest Order. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Piano Tuning of Hie Highest Ordorv ME5SSRS; ELVY AND CO., 329 Georpo Street, Sytlno.Vj -bog to inform tlio inhabitant* of Howral and surrounding districts that their well known Tuner anil Repairer, 0. U. Winkwobtii. is unain in the district. All onlors sent to cither U >w ral, Mittagong, or Moaa Vulo PoBt Offices will bo nttcndod to. J5.13.—Intending Purchasers would rln well to consult out- Tunor. Pianos taken in nxohanjjo, and full values allowo.l.- New models of Collard'8, ^Lon don), Dresden's, aridKosenkranz Pianos juslatrived.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Cholera Morbus a Dangerous Disease. In many instances attacks of cholera morbus ter minate fatally before medicine can be procured or a pbysiqian Buninjonert. The eafa way js to keep at band a reliable medicine for use ioi such cftses. For this purpose there is nothing so sure' as Chamber lain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. \V. E. Busworth, of La Fnyette, Ala., U.S.A.,'8aya': "in" JuneTUSOO, I had a serious attack of cholera morbus (tod one dose of Chaniberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relief in fifteen minutes." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, ' "

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CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

CONFIDENCE. A man wlio baa confidence in what he lias to show or exhibit can talk to his fel low-man straight, and tell him all about his wonderful possessions. Moreover, the speech of a confident man catches on, and influences the hearer; and that is why the Sydney Oyclorama manager gives ever pub licity to the great and marvellous show he preBideB over opposite the Kedfern Railway. Station. He knows the genuineness of his' production of Jerusalem. His Boer war relics are facts in themselves, and the artists engaged for his Hall of Mysteries and Cine matograph are without reproach. So be has confidence to tell all people that the show is a good one ; and any of our readers who neglect to see the sights of the Cyclor ama during their visit to town will regret it only once, and that for ever. -A.I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

The Festive Season .with i!S greetingR of Peaen ami liooJwill. will soon ho upon us,-, and it iu safe to say thu every ono—:young and old, rich arid poor—is hailing with joy tho near approach of tho time which is so dear 10 us all. " A MEEHY 2MAS" • is tho one ovent of tha year which enables us, for a time, to forget tho trials and worries nf every day life, and sinks into temporary oblivion ihb many dis appointments whioh wo have to eudv.re. ' But to many households in this district the ques tion of spending a MRKRY OHKI.STMAS Lhis yoar surrounds itself with va^ue spectrcs of TARRIFF CHARGES h id increased prioes, whioh threaten to deplete the 1'CJItSE and the POCKET iu a must astounding minntr. JJut these spectres will soon disappear •when you study HILL BROS.' PRICES which are still the old FitEETllA.DE PRICES.; Hi.'l Bros, ore determined, as far as poisibla, to help you to enjoy your Christmas, anrl if you call on tli>:iu for till.your supplies, you will have the satis factio...

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A PROTEST AGAINST A LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

A PBOTEST AGAINST A LAUGH; The Daily Telegraph's social representative at tbe Federal Parliament thus describes a' tragedy ouaeted in the refreshment room. It seems that Mr. Peacock, the State Pre mier, had entered while members were hav ing a meal. Immediately afterwards lie. shattered the air with £kut illustrious laugh o" his. Mr. Hughes, of New South Wales has an ineradicable objection to that laugh. Being hard of hearing he knows of it only when it bursts upon him like a thunderclap; and runs along bis nerves like a file. Mr. Bamford, of Queensland, has also a deep rooted aversion to the same exhibition of hilarity. Said Mr. Hughes to him, " If Peacock starts that laugh again I'll break a plate." " Allright," remarked Mr. Bam ford, " I'll do the same." In a couple of minutes a laugh shot k the room again. Mr. Hughes laid bold of a plate and threw it on (he ground with a violent smash. Mr. Bamford followed suit. There was a lull. A few minutes later the laugh crashed through the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

A. W. Beer has Bikes for Hire. 'FImXTTTSSSL REGULAR STOCK AT THE USUAI, FBEETRADE PRICES: Q1K Pairs" Men's, Women's, and .Childrens' Boots and Shoes,—Evening and Walking Shoes, . .• ." . STARTLING Prices 20 to 50 per*; , cent Under MARSTON'S Famous Low Prices. A Rare Chance, Don't leave it too late. Money saved i§ • ; money earned. THE mm BOOT SHOP-— «" MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. $pot Cash and J/o travellers gedroek ?xiee$ jf0 %-^0Xq Credit •z#

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FURTHER REMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

FtJBTHER HEM AND." At ilia Polico Court yesterday (FiidnyV., morning ibefote Mr. W. Murray, J.T?., Henry Sohofield was igain brought beforo lilt) court in connection with the alleged stealing of horses and cattle, hut was further remanded till Friday next, 13th inufcnnt;- bail hot being applied for.

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AVENUE TREES IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

AVENUE. TREES' IN PA.MS. Mr. Thomas Pockett, curator of th$ Malvern shire gardens, was duly impress ed, during his recent visit to Paris, with the luxurient trees which line the maim avenues and boulevards. "The most noticeable feature is the width of the streets, and these wide., straight streets are well adapted to tree . planting. Cleanliness is another marked feature, and there appears to be an .un limited supply of water everywhere. " In many instances (be lines of trees may be one or two miles long and planted with the .same variety. There is not (as many would suppose) many varieties of trees planted or used for boulevards; many other varieties could no doubl be used to advantage. What they have are to all appearances free from insect pest or disease, and there is evidently less van dalism in the way of cutting names, or disfiguring, as in no case did he see one disfigured. Could we plant without the cumbersome guards, it would add to the beauty of our streets and enable us t...

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Alleged Theft of Cattle and Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

i.- ■ , Alleged Tlieft of Cattle acid Horses. ' Tho matter relating to the alleged theft of horsos and oattlo from Mr. S. Uorlern's U»tford I "ark lis tate, is tho ull absorbing topin of the hour. The nffitir lias assumed dimensions far larfjor linn ivnB at first anticipnto'l, nnd.it is thought (lint the case vill ex tend over several days, each dny is bringing forth fresh revolutions. At this stage it would be difficult to forecast any result as tho cn^u is so full of intri cate parts, but our lawyer-like Senior Constable GallngUnr is rapidly unravelling nnd surmounting every apparent obstacle, and his store of knowledge Concerning tho easo.is presumably not at all limited. Turther Arrests. On Tuesday evening lnnt at I fif o'eloclc, Ben Jdoss, from Robertson, was beiorn Mr. J. J. Oamp brll, J.P., charged with' lining an accessory with Sohofiold in the alleged stealing of a bull valued at 80 Ruinens. . . Tho o'aBe was adjourned till Friday next, bail al lowed, self in £-10 and two B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

AT MANCHESTER HOUSE, In tlte Premises lately occupied by Mrs. S. A. Jones Ave are allowing- a Better Assortment of Drajieiy to-day, than we liave" ever previously Shown in Bowral.v In fact we have added £1000 worth of Drapery FREE OP OUTto our usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos ition of being the leading Draper in the Berrima District. "VVJE CARRY the largest and best assorted stock, the whole of which has been bought at • . • • . ; ■' LESS TJrXAIV WHOLESALE PRICE AND" ABSOLUTELY FREE OF DUTY. &11 of this Stock will be Sold Free of any Tariff Charges. Sssidcs we are Showing auother Direct Consignment of our' famous Linen Goods, straight out IRELAND, ALSO DUTY FREE; We are Selling these Goods at the Price of First Consignments Table Oloths at 3/9, large size, which are the Best Value, To-day^ in and worth a lot more than the price we ask. These are Bargains and can be recommended by the buyers of pre vious Consignment, we a1 so offer you exceptional value in Hand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

We iake t(ie following item' from the annual re port of the Department of Mines for 1900, having reference to the.Wombdyah Caves:— " A new building ip being erected for visitors at an estimated cost of £1250. The footways in the' caveswere improved and many of the formations' protected by wire netting at a cost of £184 16/1." The "Bulgarian brigands who captured Misfi Stone' (the American missionary) have refused to accent £1300 offered as ransom. Whooping Congli. My little son had an attack of whooping courk and was threatened with pneumonia; but for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy we .ttoalrt have had a serious time of it. It also saved him from several severe attaoks of croup.—h. J. Strickfaden, edilo? World Herald, Pair Haven, Wash., u.S.A-. Fbf sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowra);

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

John (to his wife)—What word in tfie English language spelt atro . cibjisly ]"■ ' - Mary—" I don't know.-' John—Atrociously." ] The death is announced of Professor Ralph Tate? of Adelaide. The Gzar of Russia has been ac corded a trenjendous welcome in France. " Free Trade Prices at Haig & Co.'s A PURE SOAP Is Necessary FOR A GOOD COMPLEXION A Soap to be pure need not necessarily be high priced. We have on hand a large assortment of all the leading makes of toilet soaps, and we have besides other varieties which, if not so well knownj are fully as good and cost less money. DANDRUFF AND SCURF. YOU never realise how many other people are troubled with dandruff until you- begin to notice coat collars and velvet sleeves. Then you wonder if everybody has dandruff. Dr. Jackson, the Hair and Scalp Specialist says, all that we can do is to keep the scalp clean and give Nature a chance to recover. Our Egg Julep cleans, out the dandruff, and stimulates a healthier- circulation of the b...

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THE HUMORS OF UGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

THE HUMOBS OF UGANDA. Sir Charles Eliot, tbe Commissioner of the East Africa Protectorate, has a very pretty wit, nnd it is a pity that his humor should be entombed in Parliamentary papers. His latest report on the vast dominions in his charge contaius one or two passages to which we would give the wide circulation which is their due. Writing of the Uganda railway, Sir Charles says that it must not be supposed that the iron road has ia any way spoiled the picturesque wilduess of the country and people around it. It is not a humorous exaggeration to say that the way side landscapes remind the traveller of tlie series of pictures in ' Punch' called Prehis toric Peeps* " On the platforms naked savages peer and grin with good knmored curiosity. |: Their nudity is rendered more conspicuous by the fact that they wear short clonks banging down their baeks, and carry elabor ate ornaments, often including old jam pots, in the slits cut in their ears. - Near the sta tions the ostrich and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

DHNTISTRTT. MR. H. JONES, r^J[Iiate Asst. to Dr. Magnus, Sydney, Dentist to His Eycellency, the Governor, Argyle-St., MOSS VALE, BEGS to intimate to the Inhabitants of Mosg Vale and the Berrirua District that he is prepared to cxccute work in all branches of Dentis try equal to the leading Sydney Dentists, at Strictly Moderate Charges. Mr. Jones regularly receives from America the latest improvements.in Dentistry, ai)d spares no ex pense to secure the comfort of his patients. Painless Extractions by Laughing Gas, Cocaine, and Chloride of Ethyl. Visits SYDNEY, 30 Wynyard-square, from 3rd Saturday until Tuosday following in month. BUEKAWANG, Shiel's Hotelf 1st Saturday in month BOIYRA.L, Pharmacy, 1st, 2nd, and 4th Monday in month, and every Friday afternoon. MITTAGONG, Cuteliff's, afternoon 1st, 2nd, and 4th Monday in month. Mr. Jones may be consulted at Moss Vale except on abovenamed dates. 9235

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

SEEDS, all kindB J FRUIT TREES; SHRUBS. BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID, 10a. A. LANSjDOWNE & CO., Goulburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWRAti every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. For Terms, &c., jflfpljC Mr. ],Ebb. Davis, Bong Bong-street. ' 276 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES: IS slill prepared to upholster your suite, or conoli, or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, &o,; makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should be % repairs the eun shades; tijiea up the ; sewing maohiuo; will re-oane ,v.our chairs at less ; than Sydney prices.; makes window blinds, and : fixes i lurnituro packed and stored. w.s. trusts by strict attention to business and; Rood workmanship, at low priceB, to merit your pat-: ronage. - All Orders and TelegraraB promptly attended to. Note address: VICTORIA STREET, BOWBAL. Tea! Tea! [ "E always have on hand new shipments of! vv specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We also ke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

5PHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up £1,000,000 Ecseryo Fund .. .. - .. 1,010,000 JSeaorvo Liability , . . ., 1,000,000 Total • .. £8,010,000 umKOTOiia. |G. J. COHEN Esq., Clmirman. Hon. (I. E. KA.TER, M.L.C..Deputy Chairman. Hon. HEN&Y MOSES, M.L.C. flon. RICBARO JONES, M.L.C. "E. W. KNOX, Esq. ' QENEHAL manager; T. A DIBES, Eb?. aoditoks. E. S. .CAPE, Esq. The Hon. F. T. HUMPHERY, M.L.C. B RANCHES in Now South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout tho world. fiowrnl Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. C. CRAHAM, SEVERAL STOREKEEPER, and aOBERTSON. Orders called for, and Goods Dolivercd Daily. Highest Cash Price ffiven for (COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKIN8, OPOSSPM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. .S3? Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. IfOGAN & ADCOCK The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparation;) for the coming season by stocking the nawost and most up-to-date ^Goods in Newest Designs 1 Nowest Shades I New est Colors I ' The...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

IJOyWAIi MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Mepts e,very alternate Thursday, at the Council Ohambera, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are i Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman 3. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Farrow, counoil clerk.

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