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HE REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

HE REMEMBEHED. Judge : " The evidence against you is of the flimsiest -kind—hut,, by the bye,. I seem to know your face. Have you been here before ? " • Prisoner : " No, my lord,. but I lived next doon to your lordship for some time." Judge : " That may be, but I do not remember the circumstance." Prisoner : "Well, my lord, perhaps you may remember i used to play the cornet, and " ■ Jugde ( hastily ) "Yes, yes, I re member.' Ten years, with hard lab our." To Pare The Nails.—For this purpose a sharp knife should always be used. Scissors, by pressing together the edges of the nails, injure their vital ity. Weak,N brittle nails are frequent ly-caused by some disordered condi tions of the system.-Rinsing them in weak alum-water, or rubbing them with lemon-juice will strengthen them..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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WEIGHT OF A MONTH'S FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

WEIGHT OF A MONTH'S FOOD. It may not he generally known that it is estimated that a man eats his own weight every month—that is, a mass of matter equal to the entire weight of the body passes through it in every month.: ■Three-fourths of a pound of solid carbon' is oast o;Y through the lungs every 2<1 hours. Several ounces pass off through other channels, through the kidneys and the skin. If this constant inflow and out flow of matter is maintained accord ing to the laws of nature, if it is kept steady and pure, the body is kept well and strong ; but, alas ! we do not study our bodies with sufficient care, and hence disease and Dain,

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Organ Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

©rgan 3Uecilal. Mr. Compton has consented to give an other Organ Recital at an early date. We . are sure that this event will be eagerly looked forward to. Mr. Comp ton's last .Organ Recital will be long re membered, and we shall hope to make the announcement of the date in a few days. Programmes will be'printed and posted tS Parishioners, and the public generally.

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The Supplementary Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

TOje Supplemental iFetc. For some time past a Supplementary Sale of Work has been spoken of. It has been decided, by a meeting of ladies held at the Rectory on Wednesday last, to hold it on Wednesday, the 16th instant, at the School of Arts. We hope that everyone^will help 10 make it a great suc cess. We need quite £50 for the winter morjths, and it ought not to be difficult to miike this sum. ' The Easter Balance Sheet shows a slight debit balance this.year. Consider ing the extra expenditure the wonder is that itis so small. 'Bur.the satisfactory thing is'that there are no liabilities other than the Synod Assessment, which it is to be hoped will be paid off at an early date. . We earnestly trust that everyone will do what they can to make this Sale of Work a great success, and-so relieve the j Churchwardens of any winter financial j unxieties. : ■

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KANGALOON. FAREWELL TO THE REV. F. J. AND MRS. BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

KANGALOON. By " Si'Kuo Mguoiu." FAREWELL TO THE REV. F. J. AND MRS. BRANCH. Ab tbe rule of tlio Methodist church only allows a minister three years in oacli cir cuit, we, in tbe Robertson circuit, have .again come to tho time when wo must say farewell to our Pastor and Mrs. Branch, and as a mark of tbo appreciation of their worth a faro well social was tended to tho Rev. F. J. and Mrs. Branch in the Metho dist churob on Thursday evening last. The church, which has a large seating accommo dation, was crowded. During the afternoon several willing bauds decorated tbo church • very tastefully, and tbo gonoral opinion was that they exceedod in boauty any pre vious decorations. Placed amongst tbo decorations were two very nice mottoes— " God be with yon," aud farewell." Mr. Alcorn occupied the chair in bis usual cap able manner. After singing hymn G19 in "WoBley'a collection, and prayor by the Rev. Branch, a short programme was thou . gone through, all the itoms being oxcelleutly rendered...

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

JiASY'a Oov<ih. Most Nbtoii Linukij.—Nothing/is moio distressing tliau to see a Helpless little infant Suffering with a coufib, and to be feaiful of using a rorrii-.tly which may contain some harmful ingro ■client. . I'lio Diokera of Chamberlain's Cough' Ii«i)j.jr.lv positively guaranty that this 'preparation docs net contain opium in «ny form, or-any other iwm.rs.l substance, Mothers may confidently give thin remedy to their liitlo ones. It gives prompt ;cl:ef a); l is pev/HOtly safe, Jfc r.hva.vs curns nnd cures quickly. D. iluryan, Chemist, JJowral, sells, it. . l

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THE LADIES OF ANCIENT GREECE, AND WHAT THEY WORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

THE LADIES OF ANCIENT GREECE, AND WHAT THEY WOBE. A comparison between the complicated and artificial derives of a woman's tcilet of the present tiuie aud that of her Greek sister of a few thousand yours past would be deeply significant. From down tlio ages, however, comeii th» rumour that Hebrew wives nod maidens laced tightly, tinted their Lair with this bark of stnna, added fringes of cay coIuuib to their boow white robes. It mutt bo allowed, also, that tittifice was resorted to by Grecian ladies to increase their beauty. They wore body bandy i nd belts to improve their tigureB ; and who dares to deny that the celebrated girdle of Venua was not the get m of I he modern Bta.v ? The Grecian coatmno consists of tour im portant pieces of drapery, which were the foundation of all oilier gowns, however rich and varied. FirHtcame the white tunic, fall ing to the ground in foldn and fastened at the waist with a broad sash. There, is no doubt that this sash curved as a support, and from i...

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THE MOURNING FAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

THE MOURNING FAN. Yhe philosopher Tchouan-'fee came tome one afternoon in a very moody state of mind. Tchonan-Tee hud l>een onu of the favourite disuiplea oC the great Lao-Tsi, who is called i'enfsmt vieillard, teeauae his was born with white hair. Hiis tnanter liad revealed to his scholar the mysterious meaning of the five thousand words of Tao-Te-King and had hidden from him none of the areanumsof grada- , tion- •Tchouan-Tee was already illus- J trious. A mode! of virtue and knowledge, j his soul had the power of detaching! itself from material things—which was | very suitable for the soul of a philoso- j pher. But one line day love came to • prove tohimthat he was not as invulner- j able aa he thoucht himself. The sight of ! a young princesB. an tht wind was sport- j ing with her veil, overthrew all his wisdom and disconcerted all his j philosophy. After some struggles he i yielded with good grace, and asked the ' young girl in marriage. > .She was a descendant of the kings...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

IN MEMORIAM. NEICH. — In loving remembrance of MARY   LOUISA NEICH, who died April 9th, 1901. Inserted by her mother, sisters, and brothers. Long days and nights she bore her pain, To seek relief was all in vain ; Till God Himself did think it best To ease her pain and give her rest.

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THE FREE PREES Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, April 9, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 9 April 1902

THE FREE PRESS.   Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, April 9, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Bowral H Company Volunteer In-   fantry together with the West Camden Half Squadron and the Burrawang Civilian Rifle   Club are invited to attend in uniform at the unveiling of the tablet to be erected at St. David's Church of England, Burrawang, in memory of the late Trooper Arthur Turn- bull, who was killed int he South African   War, on Sunday next. The ceremony will be performed by Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.P., at 2.30. The members of the Bowral Methodist Church Choir purpose holding a social in the school-hall, Bendooley-street, on Fri- day evening next at 7.45 p.m. A good programme of vocal and instrumental music will be submitted, and light refresh- ments will be provided. As the object of the social is to raise funds for the choir, a large attendance should be recorded. The admission charge is only sixpence. The fol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

No Opiuii in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.— Maoyoough cures :oontain opium. .The effect of. this drug is to diminish secretion a£ the mucus.and the relief afforded is only temporary. As soon as the effect of the opium passes off, the maltirly' re turns. in a more severe form. The system 'is also weakened .and - rendered : more susceptibly in. colt'. Chamberlain s Cough liumudy. does. not contain opiiiui in any any form. ''It'affords relief nnd leayes :the system iri a heallliy condition. It always cures and-oures quickly. D. ■ Morgan,' Chemist, Bowrai, sells it. ' '

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Free Kindergarten, Bowral. MOTHERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

Free Kindergarten, Bowral. MOTHERS' MEETING. The baud that roaks, the, cradle rules the , worlcj. '•The'- naual'mbeting of the kindergarten mothers was held in the nev room in Bose street. There was a very good attendance, the mothers numbering, twelve altogether. The work of the children was explained, al.HO the use and symbolio meaning of the gifts. The mothers also sang a few of the children's songs. (They do this so that they may be able to correct the chi'd'en when singing at honie, also that tbey oan enter thoroughly into the worh of their little ones.) ' Migs Enid Whiting kindly sang to the mothers. A paper wus read on " The Management of Children," and a most interesting address given by Mrs. Dano, head of. the Free. Kin dergartens in Sydney, on the work of the different kindergartens in other countries. .The system of the work- was also simply and clearly explained. The mothero . say that their little ones are becoming mora obedient and helpful at Jjocpe since attend ing ki...

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Grand Organ Recital. S. JUDE'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

-.-Crraaid.v Organ Eecital, S. JUDK'-S CHUKCH. ' By ndvertisement'it will be seen that an Organ [ Recital is'to be given in S. Judo's Church by Mr. I Cecil Compton on Friday evening next, commencing >at.8,o'cloclr. These recitals aro always popular; and this one premises to bo evdii better than for mer ones. The soloist will be Mr. W. A. Bobins, a celebrated Sydney Baritone, who sang with enor; inous success at a concert in tl}0 Town Hall oq Good Friday nieht last, when the whole audience rose en masse and gave him an ovation for his ren dering of " Los Kameaux," which .he will repeat here. He will also sing tho "Holy City " Mr. '•Compton has provided a programme of Organ .selections nevor before rendered on tho 8. Jude's Oruan, including such pieces as "Gloria" from lIozart'R " Twelfth: .Mass " The Wedding^ Proces sional March," and several others. Such' a .pvo: gramme as this should bring a large congrpy&tior}. '

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

Bowral Council. Thursday, Apuil 10, 1902. Present: Al<lernien M. Ricp, looses Jones, Jos. Stokes, J. J. Campbell, Fi, B. i Kyngdon, T. Mathewson, R. S. Macken zie, and H. M. Oxley. In the absence of the Mayor, who = was indisposed, Alderman J. J. Campbell was elected chairman, on the motion ,of Alder men Kyngdon and Jones. ~ Correspondence. From a London firm, re coronation de corations.—To lie on the table. From Mr. F. J. Potter, enclosing plans for the erection of an awning in. front of Mr. D. Morgan's chemist shop. Aldermen Rice and Jones moved that the matter be referred to the works com mittee to deal with. '• = Aldermen Oxley and Mackenzie moved that the works committee bring up a- re port on the matter for the next meeting. —Amendment carried. •••;', -r From Mr. Richmond Whytt, asking the council's intentions with reference to 'the recent accident which he sustained on Centennial road ; also complaining of the nuisance which existed at the nightsoil depot, in the v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

Sore and Swollen .Joints, sharp,. shoot ing pain v torturing muscles, no rest, no sleep—that means rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to fight, but Chamberlain's Pain Balm hae conquered it thousands-of "times. One, application gives relief. ^ Try it-.^ D. Morgan, Chemist, sells it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

• ... —.—. .——-————- —=t—^-r—-—r—:—; r-:—:—rrrrr—rp YOU NEEQ A CHANGE In the weight of your 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 ! •It'p.tl^eKford.: &p Wipk]^a^n? I' (DRAPERY DEPARTMENT), " . Have received the first shipment of ' 1 WiryTJETl, -WIEAJRA-BLES, And now invite your inspection of their show room. The very latest in blouse flannels and flannelettes. A most complete range of new shades In velveteens. Ladies'Jackets in fawn, etc., the exact fashion. Embroideries, Moirettes, Silks, Shirts, R^eh's Sweaters, and all other seasonable " ' '"V' '' ' ' " lines—a complete stock. v RUTHERFORD and WICKHAM. Bowral. ESTABLISHED 1853. AUSTRALIAN GR€AT€5T MUSIC % House. ^ PIANOS, GROANS, MUSIC, and all Musical High Grade Low Prices Latest Styles VIOLINS. CORNETS. BANJOS. GUITARS. MANDOLINS. FLUTES. ACCORDEONS. FIFES. ...

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H (Bowral) Co, Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

H'--(Bowral) Co, Rifle Club* The usual quarterly shooting of the above club was concluded last" Wednesday., week, with the result that the .first seven teen names are prize winners:— ^ SHOOTING. •Pte. E. Ritehings .. Pte. A. J. Kelio Staff-Sgt. UuBuoaW :Pts. C. Smith ... ;Pte. G. H. Losoby , Pte. W. Ijosfiby Gr.-SRtV'J". lienton ■Pte. 0. J. Mu'raa Pta. G. Hambtidee . . Cap'. J. Napier Pta. S. 0. Smith Sgt. G. \V. Coles .. Pte.'A. MoGallum .. Pto. H. J. Lake .. Pte. W.Humhridge.. Pto. C. J. Loseby Lce.-Cpl. W. Tyrrell Pte. D.'.Clews - .w: Pte, Bl Conie ■Pte. P.. Kfiun Cpl. M. Madden Pte W. Fiaser Pte. F. J. Kead Pte.E.'T. MeRae .... Pte. S. J)owns;-;.. . Pie. J. Weeks ' - Liet. C. .J. Archer H"t. .1. Chant Pte. W. II. Ling .. Pte. S. A. Lnko Pte. W. U. Ivelleher Cpl. 0. Bnilo.v ■ Pte. VV. Fitzgerald .. Pte. S. Aablord lBt. ■ 2nd. H'caps. Total. 58 . 61 8 i -124 SS 53 16 ! \123, 150 58 . _ ;118 53 55 10 = 118 52 53 12 " 117 56 56 — • ...112. • 48 ' 42 "20"'" - :110 28 42 •36 106 50 49...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

: £130 of bicycles and tiioyole sundries to bo sold regardless of cost daring the nest few weeks at A. W. Beer's Cycle Depot, Free Press Office. No reasonable offer refused. Nearly 20 machines in stook ranging ia price from £3 to £15 15/. Inspec tion invited. Dr. Moorhotise, Bishop of Manchester, is-probably the wittiest reconteur on the Episcopal Bench. One story is of an old lady who greatly startled a missionary bishop, who happened to be staying at the Manchester Palace, by the query, put in perfect good faith: " Pray, my Lord, is it not true that in India you call female con verts, zenanas and male converts bana nas ?" " It's a. Wbll-Absohtbd. Match " is the exclamation of every loyal Englishman in speaking of the recent marriage of Piinoe George of Wales aud Princess May. That the happy pair will be spared to rule over pur country wisely and well, and enjoy the blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find an eoho in many hearts. Holtaway's Pills and Ointmeut have been t...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagang, and Robertson. Saturday, April 12, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

TEE FREE PRESS, Published in Bowral, Mittagang, and Robertson. Saturday, April 12, 1902. Mr. J;. H. Maiden, FSL.S-., Direetof.. of the. Botanic Gardens; made some inter esting remarks oh the Forestry Question . i.n. N.S.W. at, the. last annual meeting-of: the tinrisan.: Society. He. gaye.it as his opinion, that the country, needed conser vation of forests, father- than, plantations... In. European countries, he., asserted', conservation, ai.opposed; to planting, was more actively-, carried- '.on. than- was generally.sppposed. - Mr. Maiden is of the ppinion that, the. citizens; of the, State, sjh.ou}d be;educ'atedip:tr:eer planting.Re-. gar.dittg this remark, Mr. Maiden appears to, have, forgqtten for a moment- that many residents-in the sun dried west have served: their, time; to... tree-planting with little, or. no measure of' success! owing to the.absenpe of rain. It is much, easier to gftny trees in the Botanic. Gardens, 'where, they are watered and- attended: to, than it is to m...

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S. Jude's Church, Bowral. EASTER VESTRY MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

S. Jude's" Cliurcli, Bowral. EASTER* VESTRY MEETING, The Easter Vestry Meeting of S. Jude's, Bowral, was held on Tuesday, 8th instant, in the "school hall. There were presentThe Rector (chair), Messrs. Kyngdon and Gavin George (wardens), Cope, Hodge, Mackenziej Monk, Oxley, and Thornbury (parochial council), Pain, and Dr. Morgan; Mesdames Howard, Hodge, George, Monk, Blonifield, Prior, Pain, apd Oxley.; Misses Adkins, Wright, Monk (2), and Prior. An apology was made for Mr. Whytt (people's warden). The meeting was opened with prayer. The minutes of the Easter Vestry Meeting of 1901 were read and confirmed. The hon. treas. (Mr. Gavin George) brought up a very satisfactory financial statement, in which it vvas reported that only ^385 was owing on the church.— The balance-sheet was adopted. Messrs. F. B. Kyngdon and S. W. Hodge were elected people's wardens; Mr. Gavin George, nominated by the rector, as minister's warden. The secretary of the parochial council /read the. following repo...

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