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

LAST DAYS LAST DAYS: for a ohancq to win. £1,000 for x/- £1,000. :A Fortune,.: for is, A Fortune for ls«, £1,000 for 1 / (™£J£1000 for l/«. £1,000 for 1/-1 i'luzEi ^lOOO for l/« Or 12 months Trip Rormd the World, (irnt-clasfl, all Expenses paid, and £fiOO in Onsh for one person, or eight months for two. And 139 .other Important Puses. ranging in value from £1 to £150. • " EIGHT HOURS 46TH ANNUAL GREAT ART UNION. 46th—thu oldest and most popular—-IGlli. MELBOURNE, I9TH APRIL, 1902. Under the Pntronasrc of Ills Excel lency the Earl of Ilopetoun, Ciovci'iior-ticnernK PROCEEDS in aid of the HOSPITALS and PUBLIC CHARITIES. !: Prizes will bo delivered ;to wirinerB, Free of a!l Charges. A'list of winning numbers will be posted' tp any person sending an addressed envelopo to the representative, with stiimp unafflxod. Buy from , your Local, Agent, or Send Stampp. Postal Note, or P.O.O. direct to' tho representative, I'The Block,", Oollins-sti-eot, Melbourne, at once for tickets, and.necnire ...

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

B;RING, ALL. YOUR PRINTING. TO TI-IE- . . .. FREE PRESS OFFICE. BOWRAL.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of Enqland. SS. SIMON AND JUDE. BOWRAL. 2nd Sunday after, Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

SEE VICES TO-MORROW. ; Ohurch of Enqlanii . SIMON AND JDDE. B'nw'RATj. 2nd,Sunday after, Easter. ,,-f Diyinq ServiceB.—Holy Communion.8.a';n).,"ll aim., i y-i " and 7 p.m. Evening subject:; "The Great * - Statesman's Will." * , • ' *■>" Preacher, the Rector. I st. stepiibn's, mittagono. SeryiceB 11 and 7,30 , ' " "" ' 'Preacher, Rev, D, Rutledge. i ; . WtSOECAItnimiBK. ' =• _ ; Kangoloon 11, Burrawahg (unveiling memorial tab let) 2.30 : ; ";" V , . Rev. D. T. Smith. ; Methodist Church. Bowfal-: Bendoqley-street, Rev. A. W. Par.ton 11 Bong Bong-street, Rev. M. Mnd'iern 7 Mittagong, Rev. M. Madders 11. Mr. D. Rntherford ■7 ' "■ ' - ' Mess Yale, Rev. A. W. Parton 3 and 7< Biindanooti, Mr. Short 11 and 7 Penrose, Mr. Bingham 3; ~ Presbyterian Ohiroh. ' Mittagong 11- v- ■ Bowral, 3.30 and 7; , , , . •; v.^*- ' i- „ ^ Re^A/Ji'Oartet. Moas Yule'li and 7- ;:\Jrj ' - , Rev. Bosw.ell Berry. Roman. Catliqlio Chwcjif Bowral 9, Berrima 11-i ' . " ' ' Rev. Fr. Sheridan, Salvation;-A...

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

. U. O.K. & A1 ? * NOT! WHY NOT?, Read the Records of Recovery. The Case of Mr. 8. V. PINKIE. ffbr lhe Sydney, Star.}; Mr. Sidney William. Finnie mads an appointment for our reporter to cull at N». 32 Bay-streot,. Ultimo, one evening, to that he would have plenty of time at hin disposal to ftiruish a complete account of hii wonderful recovery from a complaint which bad earned himself and rotative* a great amount of anxiety. Mr.. Finnie Is now a splendid specimen of manhood, being over thirteen atone in weight, and with a com plexion which testifius to the robust health he enjoys. " You do not look a likely subject to •peak with authority about liokaeM," Mid the reporter.. " No; but i! yon had seen me a tittle while ago, you would have had a different opinion," was the reply. " My direful Illness was' brought on in a very simple manner—through treading on a piece of glass. That little accident was the pre cursor of subsequent complications, from which my Bufferings can barely...

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The Deputation at "Annerley." THIRTY MEMBERS JOURNEY THITHER. IN THE DARKNESS OF THE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

The Deputation at "Annerley." THIRTY MEMBERS JOURNEY THITHER. 'IN. THE DARKNESS OF- THE EVENING. Punctually, 8t a. quarter past eight, o'clock on Thursday evening, the deputation, consisting of. thirty members, waited upon Mr. JoneB at Annerley. It is two and, a-half miles to. " Annerley," and' this fact testifies to the earnestness of, the. members, of the Asparintion Hal). , ,tMr. Wilkinson, as cliairman.of the evening before, spoke for the imputation. He read the resolution, and said that Mr. Jones would, sea that it had a threofold object. Firstly, to express grateful recog nition of his splendid services in the past, and ro cret'nt the alnsing of the hall. _ Secondly, to pet Mr, Jones bnck again a? their President. And thirdly, to tell Mr. Jones that they were prepared for a mem bership fee of sav 12/- a yenr, and to take upon thctpselves the finannial manng"em£ni,.of. the institu tion. Jtr. Jones bad done bo much for them in the past, and the members thought that Mr. Jones, mi...

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

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT of BOWHAL 0 NOTICE is hereby given, in terms of (lie Municipalities Act of 1897, that nn ASSESSMENT UPON ALL RATEABLE PROPERTY within the Municipal District of Bowral has been made by the duly appoinlecl valnery thereof for the current Municipal year for the purposes FGfc forth in .Section 141 of the said Act and that a Ooneriil Rate of one shilling in the £ has been struck, also a Special Lighting S ite of sixpence in tho $ under SJeotion 148 of the said Act. The Bate Book containing such AsstoRsmont nnd Rates is oprn for inspection by all porsous interested, at tho Council Obombersdnring oilice hourp. A COURT for the HEARING ;OF APPEALS against the Assessment will be. held at the Court House, Bowral,-ou FRIDAY, April 20th, 1902, nt 10 a.m. Notice of appeal must be in writing aud delivered to mo seven diws at lesist before the holding of suclj Court, " • • • . - }V. 15. FARROW, Bowral, April 10th, 1902. Council Clerk. 12fi4 : - ' . . To Owwers .of the Undermentio...

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

THE CLOSING1 OP TBB ASSOCIATION HALL MEETING IN S". JUDE'S SCHOOL HALL. A DEPUTATION DECIDED UPON. On Wednesday evening last a very, large meeting of members of the Associa tion Hall was held in S. Jude's School Hall. There .were over seventy members present. The object of the meeting was to discuss the question of. the closing of the Association Hall, which had been in existence for some 16 years. 8. .Tilde's School TJftll was tastefully arroiiRed— tnbleB being placed in vnripna parts. The daily and local papers, and a copious supply of review and magazine literature were on the tables. There were also'several sots of chess men, draughtB and domi noes provided, so that tliero wa3 plenty o{ scope for I ha young men lor recreation. At 8,80 the business ot 'tiie evening was commenced by Mr. Drencher moving that the Rev. E. S. Wilkinson take'the ohnir. • Mr. Wilkinson thanked Uiobo preccpt; tor eiootmg him to the important position, and coramenoed tho meeting by reading the Bible, and ...

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

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays exoepted 7 87 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 6.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trainB leave Bowral for Sydney:— 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.56 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 7.3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, etopa Mittagang and Strathfield only 8.31 a.m. .Monday only, stops Mittagong, Pioton, Granville, and Strathfield only, 1.34 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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

ft 'it* £cff* The-a:s r.aihing, oan equal ale brewed Uh£>~" from iho ruut: oi. the L!aiiclulicin. Has ail the Bracing; Vowrr, Color, Clcnirtcsn. &c , ot tlio Ite*»t British Boer. Jt's a Tonic. It's mi Ajipeliai-r It a a Moot! Purifier, f 1*8 lirwwl like Heer Looks HUb liter. It tastea HWo Ueer. It's a Medicine as %vvU nu n lii-vcruge. iL'suond for Infant* mid Invalid*, lis the original Tostimtiinii lundflioii Ale. It's brown! by Mr \JK<>U\i!> NiCHOLLS, J'toyrietor. ' at all IIoLul*. UeslaurntiU. &c. YOU PtmUTY THT5 6Y6TEM. SYDNEY Pr.lCUB .In Chuh* ut 4 DCZ GUARDS 2BS. ; 8 D02 PINT£,30b , or supplied in lASKS for BOTTLING Brewery: GEO. ST., CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY. Embodies the go')d Qualities of lea or Su^r without inju.y to tliu Nervous System, and due* not Intoxicate. WHEN YOU D»^K0ANDLL10N-ALE TO MEN. Write (or freecopy of valuable bank about yonrsel ven, your health, your happiness, your future. It aantaint. a tuU exposition of the human Byatem, an...

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

Seeds, aii kinds! fruit trees; shrubs best and CHEAPEST in Block. 40 PACK ets, train paid, 10s. a. LANSBOlWNE & CO., Qonlbarov At W. Beer has Bikes for Hire HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. "Workmanship Guaranteed All Orders Promptly Attended to. Alfred Lees, IMLBRRIGa-AN 0-&rJL\ (Workshop Opposite Milton House, Bowral).^.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 12 April 1902

BOVVEAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.80 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alditman W. Murray, Mayor. • Mr. W. K. Farrow, council clerk.

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SPARKLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

SPARKLETS. "In my business," declared the stockbroker, " it is impossible to succecd without pluck." "You mean 'plucking,' don't, you ? " replied the man who had been up against it. Mrs. Ford : " My husband .has be come very hard to please." Mrs. Shaw : "It is a good thing for you, my dear, that he was not al ways that way." Mrs Sleepyizc: " Henry, the alarm clock just went of!." Mr. Sleepyizc (half-asleep) :"Thank goodness ! I hope the thing'll never come back." f Teacher : " What is the meaning of the word excavate ? " Scholar : " To hollow out," " Give me a sentence in which the word is properly used." " The small boy excavates when his papa whacks him." " Look, papa ! " cried the maid of sweet seventeen, pushing a mass of fluffy cauininity into her father's face ' ■ Cholly just sent me1 this lovely puppy. Isn't it just like his gener osity? " : , v ..." Yes," agreed the stern parent. " It's just like him." Thomas : " Did you ever run away when you were a boy ? " ,. Mobbs : " Onc...

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A Bowral Soldier Killed in Action. LANCE-CORPORAL WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

A Bowral Soidicr Killed In' Action. LANCE-CORPORAL " WEEKS: v- j The sad news is'W hand, by a'-recent, cable that Lance-Corporal Richard Weeks, aged 24 years, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks; of-Woodbine-st, Bowral, was killed in action at. Rensberghoop, near Bethal, Transvaa'l, South Africa, on 31st March of this year. - Corporal'Weeks was formerly a member of Ii (Bowrall Company of Volunteer Infantry, and left Sydney on 16th February, 1 goi, with the 2nd N.S.W. Mounted . Rifles. At ,t-Ue time of his death he was within-a day or two of sailing for home, his last 'letterjo liis -.parents stating. that lie was.- about to. sail on 27th March - (last month); That was the /day - bdfore Good Friday. .He - was, however; killed three dpys after, that day — on Easter Monday ; but full par-; ticulars of the sad occurrence are not yet to hand.3v;He. was-;'attached to .Colonel Lassetter's regiment., at: the - -seatof wat.We feel suie tfie sy'mpa:th.y;Qf dtis Bowral ^comrades and other ...

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Methodist Church, Bowral. CHOIR SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

;• Metlsodist : Church, -7 ©owral, . 'OHOIB SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION; On Friday evening last a social, w'tis hold in the Bimdooley-strcet -.Methodist School bail, .for-the purpose of obtaining funds for ■ live choir. Besides having , this..object dn view, it served as, a fit Mid proper place to •make a presentation- la"Mr. ntnl Mrs. - A. Holmes, on the'-occasion ofjltfiir marriage. There was a good attendance, and-the llBV. M. Madderu occupied.i-heichair. -The pro gramme comprised .a few musical iieraa with recitations iiyterspersed. -The first item was n Bong, " The Romany Liisa," Eev. A. W. Partoh, which.was well received ; followed ■by a song, sweetly rendered by Miss Halii day. The recitation, " My first recital,": was then humorously giveu by Mr." A. Holmes, followed by tlae sweet rendering of ". All-in the hush of twilight," by-Miss Rice, the violin obligate) being played by Mr. E. H. Poole. " The mir,3Cile of ■tlieTosas;"- was;, then dramatically recited by Miss Fuustou, ■ as ...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

B. D. Cottage Hospital* The usual monthly meeting was held on Friday afternoon. Present : Mr. Gavin George (cliiiir), Rov. Stanley Wilkinson, Messrs; T. H. Kergw.it), R. S. Mackenzie, J. Mealiug, C. W. Mars den, and F. B. Kyrgdon. An apology was reoeived from Mr. A. Stephens for non-attendance. Correspondence. From Dr. Fonlds tendering Lis resigna tion as medical officer owing to hia depar ture from tlio district.—Received with regret on the motion of Messrs. Mackenzie and Marsdon. From Dr. Barcroft, applying for the position of medical officer.—Accepted, on the motion of Messrs. Marsdon,and Mealing. From Mr. W. Valentine, forwarding cheque for £8 2s Gd, being half nett pro ceeds from orchestral entertainment.— Lottor ,of thanks to be written. From Mrs. Tooth :(sec., Mittagong Bed ; Endowment Fund) soliciting that the pay' i ment of £80 per annum cover all expenses, the additional .charge for fever patients being a heavy strain on the community. Mr. Mealing moved that a remittance o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

- No Orion in Chajideblaix's Cocan Remedy. — Many cough cures contain opium. The effect of tbia drug is to diminish secretion of the muous, and the relief afforded ia only temporary. As soon -as the effect of the opium passes oft', the malady re turns in am ore severe form. The Bystem is also weakened aud rendered more susceptible to cold. Chamherlain'n -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 euros quickly. D. Morgan, Chemist, lioivral, sells it. To put a gloss on varnished woodwork such as doors/ $0., after being thoroughly washed and dried, wipe over with water in whfch a littlo ^lue has been'.jolted,"and apply with a spongp.

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HINTS ON SEA BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

HINTS ON SEA BATHING. August and SeDtember are the best months for sea bathing. It is dangerous to bathe immediately after a meal. A first bathe should not last longer than a quarter of an hour. Never remain longer than half an hour in the water, however well bathing may suit you. Ou entering the water the skin should be comfortably warm. If bathing is found to be invigorating, bathe once every day, but on no account ofteuer. After dressing take a brisk walk for half an hour. Boys and girls Bliould be early taught to swim. This exercise expands the chest more than any other. After tile bath a pleasing glow all over the whole surface of the body should be felt and the appetite increased. If coldness and lassitude be felt.under no circumstances should you continue sea butliing. Tli use Hymptom3»iay ai ise^vhile enter ing the watering whilst the temperature of the body is too low. Jf feeling chilly, warm yout'3elf pre vious to entering the «ea by a few min utes' brisk walk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

. £130 of bicycles arid bicycle sundries to bo sold yega'rcllpss of cost during tlie nest (ow weeks at A. W.'Ijjer's Cycle Depot, Free Press Office. No reasonable oiler refused. Nearly 20 machines in fitoclt ranging in pricc from £3 to'JS15 15/. Inspec tion invited. . 1* • Baby's Cough Most Neveii Linger.— Nothing is nioje dietressing than to sea a helpless little infant suffering with a cough, and to be fearful of using a remwdy vyhioh may cotnairi- some harmful ingre dient. Tlie makers' of Chnmberluin'a Cough Remedy positively ^guaranty that ' this 'preparation Soe^'rioi;contain opiunriu any form, or any other harmful substance. Mothers may. 'confident^ give this remedy to their little ones. It gives prompt /ulief, and' is perfectly safe. It always oures and .ourea quickly.. D. Morgan,' Chemist, Jiowrul, sells

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Old Age Pensions, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

Old Age Pensions, Old Age Pensions have been granted to tbe following applicants :— ■Margaret Boberta, Bowral, G5. Mary McGaun, Mittagong, 66. Martin JBonrke, labourer, Mittagong, 82. Ellen Biddnlpb, Berrima, 71. Catherine Larlcin, Moss Vale, 07. ..

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BOLD DEEDS OF BALKAN BANDITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 16 April 1902

BOLD DEEDS OF BALKAN BANDITS. The capture of Miss Stone, recently, by brigands on the Turkish-Bulgarian frontier, recalls the many outrages committed upon travellers by these Balkan bandits. While not much has been heard of them of late years, the time is not far gone by when so many travellers were captured and held for ransom among the mountains of Mac edonia, Greece,, Bulgaria, and Rou mania as to cause the Christian Gov ernments to make forcible represent-' ations to the rulers of th;se lumls respecting the need for controlling theni and rendering travelling safe. Probably the worst > of all the af fairs of the sort, and one which in 1 many features resembles the present instance, occurred 31 years ago in the Macedonian mountains. At that time r a party composed in part of Lord .and Lady -Muncaster, Mr. Herbert, sec-1 retary of the English Legation at Athens; Mr. Vyner, a brother of Lady de Gray ; Mr. Lloyd, a British barrister, with his wife and daughter ; ^ and Count de Boy...

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