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THE SHOOTING OF TWO AUSTRALIANS. OFFICIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

THE SHOOTING OF TWO AUS TRALIANS. OFFICIAL REI>OKT, The Governor-General has received the . following cable from Lord Kitchener:—"In reply So your telegram, Morant, Handcocb, and Witton were charged with 20 separate murders, including one German Missionary who had witnessed other murder*. Twelve of those murders were proved from evidence. It appears that Morant was the originator of crimes, which Handcock carried out in a cold-blooded manner. The murders were committed in the wildest part of the Trans vaal, known as < Speloukon,' about 80 miles to the north of Pretoria, on four separate days, namely, '2nd July, lltb August, 23rd August, and 7th September. In one case, when eight Boer prisoners were murdered, it was alleged in defence to have been doue [ in a spirit of revenge for ill-treatment of i one of their officers, Lieutenant Hunt, who was killed in action. No such ill-treatment was proved. The prisoners were convicted after a most exhaustive trial, and were de f...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The most patient, willing horse in the County of Camden belongs 10 the Municipal Council of Bow ral, for it works day and night and yet keeps in good fettle. All aldermen, however, nre not consid erate to this useful servant of tbo terribly exacting public, and nt the bcck of dwellers on the top of the Gib require liis services. What they need is a winged Planus to fulfil these sanitary aspirations. The Sanitary Act, however, does not impose impossibilities, and cam pel the council to ncrya dwellers on eagle aeries, crags, pinnacles, or preci pices. I! * * # What would the public saj if owing to demands of Gib-top: and crag dwollnrs1 ah additional charge' be m-\de for n/s services? The finances of the oouncil need the most careful husbanding in order to keep our little township neat and pleasing to the eye. *•*■■■-• I . : . Mr. Oecil Rhodes was a man of vast ideals com-' mensurate with hia' great wealth. Somehow or other ho amassed sis millions sterling in a quar...

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

/CLEARING SALE OF FURNI TURE AND EFFECTS. THIS DAY, SATURDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK. J. a, MORRIS & CO. HAVE receives instructions from JOHN HOLMES, I3^q., to soil by auction at Holraeville," Merrigang-Htreet. Ijowral, on nbova ,dato tho whole of the FUUNITUUE and EFFECTS 'of a 7-rooined cottage, comprising z — , Cottage Piano by Challen and Soil, Drawing Room Suite of 0 pieces, uphols'ered in floured tapestry and plush; a superior Suite in excel lent condition. Carpet 12 £ 14, 2 Hall Stands, Wicker Chaiv, Lur^e Walnut 0»ertnantel, Oc casional Tables, Ornaments, Pictures, Linole ums, 18 Austrian Chairs, I Austrian Kaaker, 1 Austrian Arm Chair, Cedar Sideboard, Exten sion Dining Table, 8ft. x 4ft.; Side Table, Din flpf Wuggon, Homo Hair Couch, Clock, Walnut J>aohefls Toilet Table, Singlo Marble Top Washstand, Toilot Wnro, 2 Commodes, 2 Ped estals, 4 four-drawer Chests, 1 -lift. Half-tester Bedstead, with Wire and Kapok Mattresses; . four-post Double Hodeiead and Bedding ; 13ft. Fia...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

Lawn Tennis. The annual. trieetiijg of the Bowral Lawn Tennis Club was held fit Mr! Armstrong's rooms on Tues day evening last. Mr. Ebb. Davja occupied: the phair. It was decided to lease tjie tfDurW'in 'Merri-' gang-street for another 12 months. The courts are to be put in good playing order. The rules .were, gone through and altered where necessary.!;' ' -;; j The election of officers for the ensuing twolve months resulted its follows Treasurer.—Mr. Ebb. Davis. ; Secretary.—Mr. A. Corry. ■. ' Committee.—Misses Jones and Valentino, Messrs'. Price, Valentino, Slack, and Chapman." Selection Committee.—Miss Jones, MesHra. Ebb. Davis and T. Chapman. ' ' " ' . , ' - ■ -The election of patron, president,;. and, .vice-presi dent was postponed till a future meeting of the committee. . - A vote of tlmnlts was accorded to the lady mem bers of the club for providing afternoon tin.' Also to Mr. Davis for acting as treasurer. It is intended to hold a tournament as soon as possible in order to'c...

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

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osbot'ne says": I u'sd SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for. nasal oatarvh, low ' fpver, asthma, &o., with' great success. I iind this preparation superior to all others." I)t. Stahl: " I. have used' varidiis prepar ations of Eucalyptus,' but I get better ' results from SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other." Dr. Preston :. " I never use any Euoalj'tus preparations other than SANDER & SONS', as I found.the others.to be almost useless." lJ.r: Hart": It goes without saying that SANDER. & SONS', EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, is the best in the market.'! In influenza, all.fevers, throat and Jung trouble! diptheria, diarrhcca, dysentery, kidney com plftints, rbouraatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &e., it is invaluable.'- See that you get SANDER & SONS', •and reject spurious preparations, which are some-' times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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B.D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

. Cottage Hospital. The usual-monthly meeting.of,the ahove was held yesterday (Friday) afternoon, Mr. Gavin George occupying the chair. On the request of the Mittn gong Bed Endowment Committee, it was decided to make the charge £30 per year, no extras 'to be oharged. Dr. Barcroft's appiication for position, of., hospital medical officer, was acceptpii. Beceived since last, meeting £3 i 15/, while accounts; amount ing'.to £41 5/8 wete paBsod for payment. It was decided to call for tenders^ for tha erection of a boardroom. Full report next issue.

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

BAjnr'i) OougiI;Most Never IjIsoer.— Nothing i$, moje'distroasing than to Bee a belplefra little; infant. Buttering with a eouRh.'and to bo-.Ienrful of. uaing, a' remedy whioh may eontnin. some harmful inure-' dient. The rrmkora of, Cbamberlni.Va Cough, Ketugdy positively guaranty that this preparation, doea not contain opium in any form, or any other. ' harmful substance. Mothers may confidently fjive. this remedy tp their little onen. It. gives prompt' relief aqd. is perfcoi.lv cafe; it ahvavn onrns .and ourea quickly. D. Morgan, Chemist, Tiowial, sells, it.

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

The Elusive Pigskin is the source of much Bport and the cause of many iujnries. Foot-ball players should use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, au antiseptic liniment, especial ly valuable for sprains and bruises. One application gives relief. Try it. D. Mor gan, Chemist, sells it. lyTR.W.N. WILLIS, M.L.A., has commenced i_YI_ business at 25 Bli^h-atreet, Sydney, as LAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AUKNT. Pew men have had a more varied and practical exper ience in these matiora than ha. IJia clients' oanea should be very 6afe in hie hands.—a.i. "OW OB NEVER.—After 9 record run of seven IV years, that artistic and historic gem of C.yclo rams art, tbe Cyclorama of Jerusalem, Sydney, is about to be dismantled to make way for fresh fttr '' fractions. Immediately after Easter Monday, or about the 2nd of April, the Cyclorama will be closed for abouf sif weeks to remove " Jerusalem," and fit pp a fresh exhibition. All lovers of Cycloramic Art, Cincmetofsraphic exhibitions, illusions, and tbe many sidesho...

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Church Debt Raising. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

Church Debt Raising. Church debts nre generally very annoy ing, and bow to dispose of them lias, in many eases, been a caase of worry. How to mine the debt from the church at Tnrley, the Bcene of Charlos Heber Clark's (" Max Adeler") new novel, " Captain Bluitt," was the subject of a raeeting-wbich the author describes as follows:— Aftqr a brief statement by tbe pastor con cerning the need that the church should be relieved speedily from the bnrden of indeb tedness, Elder Brown, Principal of the Public School, asked for suggestions respect ing the best way of accomplishing the objeot. Oue of the ladies proposed an Oyster Supper; another thought that the commun ity might he willing to endure one more Fair for the sale of useful and fancy articles; and still another urged that a Concert with " home and foreign " talent would be a sure money-maker. Trustee "Wilkins inclined to a Magic Lnntern Show, with some coinio pictures ; say Views of the Holy. Laud for the maid attraction, and the...

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

The 'BEST' incandescent Vapor Gas Lairip . . . Positively produces tbo cheapest nod strongest light on earth. It ib absolutely safe, vory brilliant, pow-_ erful and steady. It ia infinitely superior to oleclric ity, gas, acctylone, or kerosene. Each fixture is a mininture hght works. that man ufactures and burns its own gnH ; and, as it iB port able, you can bang it anywhere. _ There are 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 quBrt of fluid will burn for 20 consecutive hours, aud producc a 100-candle power light. As a comparison to keroseue, we will simply state tbat one of these lamps wit I give GO per cent, more light than a large Rochester Coal Oil Lamp, consumes 80 per cent, less oil, and makes 90 per cent, less heal, hence the saving effected by the lamp quickly payt for it. Wben you are in possession of one of these lamps,. you have si...

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

COLIN FERGUSON. Pbop. of Music. Agent (or Beale and Co'a. Celebrated Pianos, and Sewing Machines. Cash or eaBy Time Payments. ADDBESS-BOWBAE,. Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. HOGAN & AQCQGK The Practical and Reliable B0WRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations tor the coming season by stocking the newest and moKt up-to-date Goods in Newest Designs I Newest Shades I New est Colors! They wonld also direct Attention to their careful ly-selected range of patterns—the latest to hand. SAO SUITS from .. JE3 TBOUSBBS „ .. 15/6 Every order guaranteed made to measure. Perfect Fitting 1 Thorough Workmanship I Particular Attention to fashion and finish. HOGAN and ADCOCK. (LATE W. COLE) Tailors, Bong Bong-St, Bowral.

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The Garden of the World, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

The Garden of the World, Ex A. BANKER Amogst tbe most beautiful and the fairest • of all tbo many natnre-adorned Bpota npon : this fair earth,. that somewhat recently ac quired appanage of the British crown—the Fiji islands—stands perhaps firsts And truly mature has,, with a free hand* lavished ; her bountiful gifts upon these well favoured ' islands.. With the perfection of <k climate : with a soil of exceeding fertilitywith. : Bcenery both grand and exquisite i and with a wealth, of gorgeous btoom, altogether : startling,. Pij:i may well b$ tewed the gar den of the world% The co^at scenery of these eub-fcropioal islands is of extreme beauty and loveliness.. Ringed with, a cow of the tall and graceful oocoanafc palm,, their pendant fronds waving in tbe sea. breeze,, while beneath their Bhade flourish clusters ofshrubaclad in, a mantle 1 of bright scarlet or mauve,, forming a start-. |ling contrast to tbo white glistering beach, | upon which the long. Pacific foam-crested...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ■The parnprnpli in last Snttirdny's ihsuo, over thq signature nf A.N.V., referring to advertising |>la cnrcs. was intended to bo purely Roneral criticism and did not refer to any sign in particular. The following is tlio name of a station at Anglesey : — "ijlnnfaii-pwllgwyngyllgogorycbwyndrob wlantysiligogogoch." A court for the hearing of appeals against tlie Bowral municipal assessments will be. held at tlio court honso on the 25th instant, at 10 a.m. The notice of appeal must bo sent to Mr. Farrow in writiug seven ctoivr. days before the 25th. An advertisement in another, colninn. should interest owners of certain municipal properties in Bowral. The Rev. E. S. Wilkinftou's subject for. to-morrow (Sunday) evening at S. Judo's. Church, Bowral, will be V l'ho- great states; man's will." Eov. M. Maddern will- give a sermon to, young men on After Dark Life" ou Sun day night next in the Bong Bong-street, Methodist Church. " Bcn-Hur."—A grand spectacular Lime light...

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

THE fiRNKKAT. POINTING WORKS Is The Place to leave alt Your Priattngv BEST CLASS OF WORK it lowest possible prices. O) FROM: a TISITINGi CARD TQ> A. POSTER. WE guarantee Our Worl^ cheap, quick, neat, ajs» clean. Don't go to tli© Wrong Place. OUR NEW ADDRESS IS On the Kim* 0 PP. HILL BOTHERS.

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Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

JSamce. The usual- fortnightly, dance, hold in tho Odd fellows' Hill, ' Bowriil, on Thursday night last, turned, out as usual A success, tlia wontlior being boi'iulitiil and cool. The floor was in exoellent trim, and tbo dancers boing the pick of tho district, conW bined with the best1 of music, it was easy for those" who attended to have a good time. ■ Mr. Vinoent. was it! his best .form.-in fact it was a real treat to hear him play, although the M.(J. kept, him going, with a long programme. He played excellently, and; was much appreciated by the danoera. Mr. Hop-^ wood played an extrft, which pleased the company." He as usual made a capital M.O., and ft 1 way a prc-\ pares a good programme, and keeps the affair going," iwh>oh accouniB a lot for tho snccesBof liiq dances.' At 12 o'olock, when the last dance was announced,' Mr. Hopwood thanked all those who hivi attended," and said that on Thursday next ho would holdj another danco from 8 to 12, and continue every, Thursday night...

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THE BUBONIC FLEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

THE: BUBQNIG FLEA.. GIty follts do nob view the bubonio plague throagli the same glasses, as do> oonutry people. It viewed through magnifying ■glasses mostly up counlcy, and many have a fearful dread of it.. A country storekeeper recently opened his Sydney purchaser on his verandah, in the main street of the town.. Gut popped a black and shiny, cumbrous Sea of the bu bonic typo.. Away went the shop-hand,, who was opening the cuset to-give the alarm, to his employer. A bevy of flea-linnting volunteers,, with bow-yaags tightly tied about their boots, cautionsfy approached that case of merchandise, but no fl'e&of any description could be founds But a bubonic ilea was at forge in the town, and must be found. The police were informed (you know, the police never miss anything that they catch), and immediately three police men and a black-traokec were in hot pur suit. The tracker did Bome "dandy'*' work wo! thy of tbe creat cause Three days later the flea was espied. un der a st...

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W. C. T. U. Railroading with " The Master." Brave enough to say " No." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

w. c. T. u. Railroading with " The Master." Brave enough to Bay " No." ! ""Come, Jack, and have a drink ! " " No, j (bank you, Bill, I don't believe io that sort | of thing." A chorus of derisive cries greeted this re ! ply- In front of a gayly decorated saloon a ' numbe* of rough men were standing. One of these tipplers had asked John Benton to 'have a drink. When John replied that he did 'not believe in tippling, the retort came ! quickly, " How long since, Jack ? " I The taunt was n cruel one. John Benton I had .been a hard drinker. With some of | the men who were now ridiculing him, lie | had io days gone by, of which he shuddered ' to thinfr, loafed' and drunk many precious i hours away. But tbe graoe of God had jmade a new man out of tbe old John Benton* and when he became converted* i John was converted through and through. Everybody understood at once that some how he had become a ohanged man. The honeat blue eyes that threatened to become , habitually bleared, tbe handsome ...

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

SECOND HAND FURNITURE bought or sold. J.GOODFIiLLOW and GO. 1248 EVERYBODY who can (farmers cBpoeiiilly) should plnnt a lew CAMIJACfB p In n to - bo very acceptable Inter on. \Vo liavo thousande of nice plnntn. Semi for a'few. Is per hundred.— CQPli it SONS, Ilowral; Under now management. FOR SALE.—Two young COWS in full milk, very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, nnd ono CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. Also light double-fleatod 13UGGY and HARNJ3SS. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. CHIMNEYS SWEPT, CHIMNEY SWEEPING dona on the shortest notice in nn,v part ot 13owral distriot by PETE It MaNEE, Chimney Sweep, of Arthur-street, Moss Vale. 1202 notice;. THE undersigned having decided on leaving the distriot requests the payment of all " accounts in connection with the Howral Bicycle Depot (Freo Press Office) on or before Wodneaday, 23rd inst. The business after that data will still bo' carried on at the same preminesj but under new management. Great stock reduoirig sale now on. ARTH...

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

Cat-ahmi. is Amyays the Result of a neglected qoU. Chamberlain's Cnutjh liemcrly will not 01 r.i catarrh, hut will,cure tbe cold and; so prevent that tlisftRreefible malady. This remedy not. only relieves the local irritation of the throat.and lungs. hut re moves the causes of the diseased condition. It leaves the system, in a natural and healthy condi tion. If alwRya cures and cures quickly. D. Mbr ruu, Chemist, Bowial, sells it.

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

J&oljertsona Sinoo last, report wo have had 182 points of rain, followed by mild weuiher and tho grass is commen cing to grow again! Although late in-tbe season if. the present mild weather continues wo muy.yetihave' r fair winter fiom the farmer's point of view,. , , ' A preHontation was made on Monday ovoning last, to Roy. R J. Btanch.und Mrs. Uranoli, at the." Methodist Cbi'irch'hgre. Tho presents consisted of a handsome silver teapot aiid cake dial). ; At tho. same time Miss Wparnp \yaa presented with a noal. work basket.; \ ^ Rov. Mr. and Mrs. TSranoh and. Miss Wearno, leavo for Tjiihgow on an oiirly date. ,

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