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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Anaemia, Weakness, and Debility. Cured by WEBBER'S TA D ATI 0 Call and' see MR. WALKER at his Address. - ■ 1-17 Doniscm-street, Waverley, September 29th, 1900. HMn. S. A. EALMBR My daughter; 12 years of age, lias suffered Tor -years from Antemia, Wenlcneas, and Debility. I :had two loading doctors attending to her since she was four years of age, and tried everything that I "thou gilt.would do her good, but to no purpose, un •ti! aone months ago a friend of mine who was tall ying Webber's VITADATIO for Hydatids advised mo •Xo give her the same medicine, whiuh i did, and after a oourae of VITADATIO (which I obtained from the Paddington Agency, 3.77.Oxford-street) she gradually improved, gained in weight, and got a flood colour, and 'is uow in the best of health. -I hand you this testimonial to make use of as you .please for the benefit of others, and will give further information to any.person calling at my address.— Tours faithfully, (MK.) H. WALKER. . - For further particulars S.'A...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

They Say. ^Tliafc tbo best way to get a woman. to Jjoep a secret is to give lier chloroform. That tbo tora-oat Iiab no royal blood, but La is tlio princc of wails. 1 Tlmt a good quarrel at reasonable in tor-, vala ib an indospousiblo luxury in ft woll rcgnlnted family, . That., it promotes individuality, -...creates intellectual <lovolopinent, and, when- result ing in a fight, is, if conducted, according to tlio rules of tbe game, notlo bo despised-as .a healthy athletic exorcise, . That, as au instance of what private rail ■ways do, the Canadian-.Pacific Railway .carries bulls 2000 miles for » guiuca a bend and pnro bred'oows and heifers for • guineas, foedingand earing for them en route. •. That Alexandria is tlie only place round j Sydney that id as bad as the Melbuuino slums. That Dr. Armstrong says so. > That trains of the, fu'um .will- go- from '200 to 800 miles an liour. 'l'hnfc within 20 years tunnels will con nect England villi Franco,■'- England with Ireland,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT » Is an unfailing- Cure For Old Wounds, Sores* Piles, Fistulas, Bad Xjegs, Bad Breasts, Al'TO EVERY FORM OF SKIN DISEASE. ' Manufactured only at New Oxford Street, Loudon. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. THE STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSET in the trade throughout the WORLD, Avoid Inferior Imitations, and see that each pair bears this Trado Mark on band Inside. "03TAINA3LE FltQM ALL DRAPERS EVERYWHERE. 8olc Agents for Australia— nndonndcc o pn flinders lane, melbourne., bunsuunrr <& i>u. barrack stm syoney. J&. 023.«3.©3.-i:rS.i '2-iCotS.ioi23.Cj. For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Fain in the Stomach, Sitfc Headache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, flashings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Coslivrness. Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, X'riyhtful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling. Sensations, &c. Tub first Dose will cuvii belief jm twenty m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

•ffittS I'ROPPJKTOU, belrrff dcffirous of having | a publiM wit ttmde Jo prove the infallibility , ' I of tiU now-famous Hair Ketflorer, known as ' fl Capilbi Hair Tonio, ia prepared to treat any | gentleman troubled with absolute UaMness (it to inmmtcrial of how Ion# standing) freo ~ 1 of charge, for ft period of 12 or 10 weeks, i ami ifiiaraut<'i"» in that time to produce ITair H ' i lichen lonsrlh.v-the nid of Oapilhi alone, used mwmfiiui-in L' e dive- lions Hiippliud with every bottle) r*n ffie *".-up afirelcd by brrfdiieHt; falling" which,"he U prepared to forfeit to tho Sydney Hospital thy Hum of C2.*i storllnir. The eondi* ' tbua to h;>1st—'That a commit tee of 0 Sydney ireta-al uu.'ii, orwHMmown Sydney gentlemen, Ik: appointed to «it*\«tantiato the fact of CafiHIti ha injr done what We claim for It. i!nd—That tin1 •4eut!eman upon whom the -test in to bo tnnde'has'Vp'in the svalp a down or alight fin IT. H is Uiinmu^tal svhothcr it is dtouurmhte with the naked o...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON' AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 3nd Sunday after Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

SEBVICHS TO-MOBllOW. Church of England,, I. SIMON' AND JUD15, TIOWHAL. 3nd Sunday after Kftflter. 11 a.m. Divine Service and 7 p.m. (with Holy Communion.) „ . _ „ prcachor, Rev. Cannon Boyce. BI. RTErllEN'B, ssrmooNo. Services 11 and 7.>i0 _ ■ Prcachor, Rov. D. Rutledgc. WINGBOAniUllllEE. Biurawane, Upper MitUgonR a. Kanfidoon 7^3°. 'Jfothodist Church. Tiawral, Rev. M. Maddorn 11 llov IC. A. Corner. 7_ Mittapong, Rov K A Cornor 11 Rov M.Maddorn 7 Mnas Vale, Rov M Ma'ldotn 3 Balmoral, Kev T Konoh 8 _ , _ Bunilanoon, Rov A W Parlon 11 and 7 PenroBO, Rev A W Patton 8 Presbyterian Chureh. MittagonR 11 . Somal, 3.30 and 7 ^ A J Carte], Kangaloou 11 (Lord's Suppor), ■ Burrowing 3,. Moss Valo 7. llov Boawell Berry. Roman Catholic Church. MittaBong9,Bowrain.v p. shoi.dan> Salvation Army. Barraclts, Oddfellows1 Hall, Bowral, 7 and l l a.ni. 8 and 7 p.m. Captain E. F. Soler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

A school inspector hands this in as a bona fide extract from a hoy's composition on the subject of poultry :—" Hens is very curious constructed, they have no nose, nor teeth, nor ears. They swallow their vittle whole, and it gets chewed up inside along with gravel. The outside of hens is feathers, used for putting into pillows and feather dusters. A hen is not near so big as some other animals, but they'll dig up more cabbage plants than anything that ain't a hen. The labels on dead hens in the market about their age isn't always to be depended on." CATABnu is Always tiie Ri'.sum o£ o neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will not curs oatarrh, but wilt cure tho cold and so prevent that disagreoable malady. This remedy not only relieves the local irritation of the throat and lungs, but re moves the causes of the diseased condition.. It leaves tho system in a natul-al and healthy condi tion,. It always cures and cures quickly. JD. Mor gan Chemist, liowial. Bells it.. Unendurable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

YOU NEED, A CHANGE; In the weight ofr yourf garments, now that there is niorc; than, suspicion of winter in. the, air. It won't do for -yoUj to, go. on, wearing the same cool clothing that you considered; fitting. \vhetir the thermometer was up, in the ioo's I RutlaerforcL "Wiolillam, (DRAPERY DEPARTMENT), Have received the first shipment of WINTER WEARABLES, 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, Men's Sweaters, and all other [seasonable * lines—a complete stock. RUTHERFORD and WICKHAM, Bowral. PAU^G'S ACC9RDE0NS from 8/6, post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. CONCERTINAS from 4/6 post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. Anglo-German and English CONCERTINAS from 25/-, post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. MOUTH ORCANS from 3d.' Write /or catalo...

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Water Supply for Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

"Wiifcca" Siapply. .foe. Mailers; in connection witlr the prov posed water supply for. ;Mittagon<* have:, ''advanced- •another-- stage. At the usual meeting of; the Council,, held on-Wedne's-. i day night-last, the following- report, pre j pared by Mr. D. F. Campbell,, was rend!,, and it was decided to-consider the same: at a special meeting of the Council: — " In 1899 Mr. Wade reported • on this matter and submitted a: scheme, the appro.\imate cost for which-was estimated at ^"4000. This was only intended 'to-. meet the requirements of a domestic."1' supply, and did not. provide for any con sumption by the Railway Commissioners; and. factories. In the present scheme, provision is made for supplying the rail way department and Malting Company,, and a very much larger supply will be re quired so as to ensure contracts between: these parties ,and the council being, satisfactorily carried out. Communica tions have been. received from the Kail— way Commissioners and Malting C...

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W. C. T. U. Railroading with Christ.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

w. C. T. U. Railroading with Christ.—Continued. Benton's momentary vexation was Rpeed ily forgotten, howover-, V/hen ju^t inside the door of the grimy stable . where the big iron-horses were stalled, he canglrt sight of a fair-haired little lad, who was waiting there with a dinner pail in his hand. .Any body would have said that that blue-eyed boy was Benton's son. "Here, Poppie, is your dinner," s;i 1 the boy. ' Iiis face was Unshod and his voice trembled a little. " Why, Joe, what's the matter ?" asked Benton kindly. " Nothing much, Poppie," replied little Joe, trying hard not to let the tears steal into his eyes. " Only Jake Summers pitched into me as I was coming up here just now, and almost upset the dinner pail." Benton's brow clouded. He could bear an insult directed at himself, but for Sum mer's boy to maltreat little Joe seemed insufferable. "Bid you call him names ?" he asked. No, Pop, I tried to remember what you said the other say, and to treat Jake as nicely aB I could....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says : I use SANDER os SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal catarrh, low fever, asthma, with, great success. I find this preparation supferior 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 Eucalytus preparations other than SANDER SONS', as I found the others to be almost useless*" Dr. Hart : It goes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the bost in the laarKe't." In influenza, ail fevers, throat and lung trouble, diptheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &c., it is invaluable. See that you get SANDER & SONS', and reject Bpurious preparations, which are some times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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The Association Hall. MEETING AT S. JUDE'S' SCHOOL. HALL, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Xhe Association Mall. MEETING AT S.JUDE'S' SCHOOL. HALL, A meeting was held last night at the S. Judc's> Hall -to : discuss the question o£ what was the best tiling to* do-during the: recess, which lasts until the rst August. The Hall was arranged as on the pre vious occasion. During, the first part of: the evening -.hymns were sung.,. Mr.. Soulfcer presiding at the organ-. The Rev. E. S. Wilkinson read a portion.oft Scripture,, and o/Tcred up.prayer. Afterwards the business of the evening; was proceeded with* On the' motion of Mr. Poole and Mr. Drescher it was pro posed- that the Rev. E. S- Wilkinson act as chairman'until the ist August. Before Mr. Wilkinson put the' motion' he wished to say that if elected lie could not promise ^to> devote the time to the-: position that;1 Mr. Jones hadv Other en gagements • might make; it necessary for him1-to be absent; All he could promise-, i would-be to be'present as-often- as pos sible; '. . The motion, was* put and- car-riedi unanimou...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Saturday, April 19, 1902. S. Jude's Church, Bowral. SUPPLEMENTARY SALE OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowml, Mittugong, and Robertson, Saturday, April 19, 1902. S. Jude's Church, Bowral. SUPPLEMENTARY" SALE OF WORK. The Bowral Scool of Arts has on many •occasions been most attractively and gaily decorated for various objects, but we do not think it was ever adorned to better advantage, than on Wednesday last, the occasion I e'ng ' the holding of a supple mentary sale of work in aid of S. Jude's Church of England. Through Mr. Charles Cowper's kindness in lending the com mittee a ship's code of flags, the same •wer^e most'effectively used in' the decora tions of the hall. The various stalls, of which trere. were a goodly, number, were most artistically arranged by clever fingers, and much admired for their beauty. They carried: a big stock of most saleable articles—all sound, in good con dition, and up to date. During February last a most successful garden fete-,was held at " Merilbah (kindly lent by Miss Brenan"), on which occasion,, though a good br.sine...

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Presentation to Mrs. C. J. Royle. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Presentation to Mrs. C, J, Royle. A very charming afternoon wns spent at " Auglewood," Burradoo, tlio residence of Mrs, Biuco Smith, a few days since, when Mrs. C. J. ltoylo, who for (he pnst tea yeni'6 has been a resident of Bowral, wua presented by the ladies of that district with a most costly and beautiful silver toilet tray in token of their regret at her departure and appreciation of the good work she has always done in private and public move ments in the district. Among the sub scribers were tho following:—Meadairios Bruce Smith, Stanger-Leathea, T. 11. Keigwin, Augustus Hill, Wood, J. 0. Bagol,. A. B. Vallack, B. Kynqdon, Oarey, Newton,. Gavin George, V. B. Hi ley, 11. S. Mnc kenzie, II. E. Jones, and Val. Blomfield f v Missoa Lizzie Jones, Adkins, Newton,. Swinson, and^Dampbell.- -

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Promenade Concert [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Promenade Concert A promenade concert, arranged by Miss Hose Morgan, enlivened the proceedings during the evening. The first item was a pianoforte selection by Mr. Cecil Compton, after, which Miss. Mackenie sang " 'Mid the hush of the corn," with violin obligato by Miss Whiting.- A glee by St. Jtide's Choir, " Friendship," was followed by. a pianofore: selection -" Polo naise " in A (Chopin), by Miss Kooke. Then came a song " Mary," by Mr. Her bert Southey, and in response to an en: core gave Killarney-" The .programme. concluded withanotfcer glee'by the choir, " Behold how .brightly gleams the morn: ing." The accompanists during .the evening were Mr. Compton and Mr. Thirtle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Sore and Swollen Joints, . sharp, shoot ing pain v torturing muscles, no rest, ho sleep—that menus rheumatism. It is a stubborn disease to light, but Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm has conquered it thousands >of rtioies. One application gives relief. Try it. D. Morgan, Chemist, sells it.

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THE HARDINESS OF THE JERSEY, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

THE HARDINESS OP THE JEBSEY, According to Mr. J. F. Hall ("Butter Dairying aud Butter Cows, British anil Fnreiqu "), the average quantity of milk of British breeds other than Channel Islanders required to produce a lb. of butter is about 12 quarts, or 30 lb,, but lh.e average of Jersey cows is ocly 19 lb. of mil'k to 1 lb. .of butter. The test of selected'animals in England mid America shows that it takes about .7 ;qnarts, or 17-5 lb. of Jersey milk to.raaUe 1 lb. of butter, consequently butter should be made .cheaper from Jersey cows thau from ■cows of any other breed. It may boarijued that while the cow giving a milk thai is rich iu fat may produce the largest quantity of fcutter to the gallon, the -quantity of milk yielded inny be small, and aggregate for Gutter production easily secured by. a cow" giving a larger quantity of mutfh pooror milk. It may be so, but the average an nual butter production by Jerseys un doubtedly exceeds that of any other breod, including the milking Sh...

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Farm and Garden. MAIZE AS FOOD FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Farm and Garten. MAIZE AS FOOD FOR HORSES. Ia reference to maizo as food for horses, writes a correspondent, please allow uie to give you iriy experience. I took a good deal of persuading before adopting its use, but now I would 1101 go buck to the old Sregiine cither from au economic or from serviceable considerations. My father, who Las kept horses nearly all his life, always maintained that beans, oats and bran were lbs ideal foods; but I have used crushed maize for several years, and can speak with a little authority on the subject. I weigh out 14 lb. per horse each day, with straw chaff (and sometimes a little hay chaff) ad lib., and a few Swedoa in the winter last thing at night. I feed it also with chaff to foals and oolts, and have never seen any ill effects from its use. I have just sold two «olts well, and I don't think they ever tasted any other sort of corn from birth. My horses work hard at farm and hire work, and I have never had a case of colic, grease or manage, or a...

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A PRACTICAL EFFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

A PRACTICAL EFFUSION. The following bints, entitled " Hints to Make Farming Pay," by a farmer's daughter, if a little halting with respect to rhyme or rhythm, must be pronounoed thoroughly sound as to their sense :— ,A little (arm that is well fitted in every nook and corner With.ohoice fruit trees and grain will yield ample support to the owner. -With a little apiary of 100 hives, to save the nectar from flower and tree, That otherwise would go to waste if not gathered by the bee. A little flock of SO hens (tho pura bloods always pay the best). It fed on oats and wheat, and a little meat, with eggs will fill their nests. One cow or more that gives rich store, if never' "kicked or cuffed by the men, (Will fill the bucket brimming over, if given all to eat i thatBheoan, It's the little leaks that make us poor; if we want to succeed we must beware ; Vfe must build or buy ju9t what we need; we re quire to be wise and act with care. Whatever stock on the farm is kepi, it always pays to ...

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GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE. "Goodall's Weekly 'Journal'" siiys : — *' Many farmer boys have grown to man' hood with absolutely no equipment for life in the way of conducting the busincBs affairs that are essential to the successful running of a farm. This is wrong, and the parent -who thus holds the young raeu iu ignorance of the methods of business almost commits ft crime against his ,son. After the age of 15 the boy on the farm should be given 'frequent tastes of responsibility. He should •be sent to market with grain occasionally, .and be expected to bring back accurate ifigures on the result of the sale. A chauce 4o sell a few cattle or hogs from the farm to 4he dealer, or to buy some young stock or .-breeding sows, will give him experience that will be of great value to him later on. ' Such confidence placed in a boy soon gives him self-confidence. He bpgins to take a •.deeper interests in affairs mid to see the ^possibilities of an active life. The young man who is held in the bac...

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DOOLEY AND THE CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

BOQLEY AND THE OODLIN MOTH. The trouble between .neighboring orohnrd isfs about the codlia raotli iu New Ssmlb Wales is thus commented upon by a local rhymer:— The trees grow wild on D.io'ey's side, The apple, quince, and pear;. The trees that sfiould be Dooley's priOo Neglected are,'tis clear; L ;■■ ■■. v And now they must he sprayed and cleaned— Says Dooley, it's a sin To spend so muoh in chemicals To keep the orohard clean.. . They've nearly eaten Dooley out, Bight to the bound'ry line, An' when they've sent him right about, They'll settle down to mine. It doean'fc trouble him a piu— . -It's wonderful to sea The way he rl oil gen bandagm* And leaves it all to me. I'm at it in the dawnin' light Upon the poison cart, . And'then again befoie the night— A-breakin' of my heart; But what's the use, it's all in vain, When Dooley shirks his share; There's nothin' to stop the codlin moth From miiUin' my orchard bare. But wait till the inspector comes, An' then he'll understand The ways I ...

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