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Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Dance. Mr. Hopwood held his usual dance on Thursday night last, which.was quite up to the average. The night'beitsg cool, the dancers had.a good opportunity of show ing o'fH their powers. The floor as. usual was all that could be alsked for; Mr. Vin cent keptrup his reputation-at the piano, and was not allowed much respite from start to finish. - Mr; Hopwood was in his old place as M.C., and he announced that by request he is holding the dances week ly, on each: Thursday night, during 'the winter;months, from 8 to 12, prices/as usual.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Lawn Xeainis. A very pleasant luwn tennis match was i played on Wednesday last ou Llio Mittagong courts, between the Bowrul and Mittagong Lawn Tennis Clubs, and resulted in n win for Bowral by H games. The day was nil that could be desired, consequently a liirtjo number of* visitors attended 10. witness the. game. Some rery good play was exhibited during tire afternoon. The lady meinberB of the Mittiigong Club provided afternoon 1 tea. The scores were: — . Mittagong. Bowiial. Misses -Edwards and Lee v. Misses Valentine and May Corry, G-3. ' Miss Edwards and II. Sweaney v. Miss Valentiuo aud A. Corry, 6 8. M is8 Loe and Reg. Yiles v. Miss Corry and Les. S'aclc, 0-G. II. Sweaney and Graham v. A. Corry and Slack, 8-6. ■ - L. Sheather . and R..'Yilesr v. A. W. Parton aud T. Cbapmnn, 8-6. Misses Funston and Jones v. flie Misses Edwards. 0' o. Miss R. Edwards and Graham v. Miss Junes and T. Chapman, 8-G. Miss Edwards aud L. Sheather v. Miss Funston and A. W. Parton, 8-G. i.v-:--Totel-:^Bo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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A Reverie of a Heroine. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

A Reverie'of a Heroine. By A BANKER. Probably the one site on all the earth which has been the scene of the long con» tinued perpetration of the most gruesome tragedies and the most inhuman cruelties which a merciless ferocity could devise, is the great Coliseum at Rome. The building must unquestionably be the largest and most magnificent structure ever erected for the purpose of spectacular displays and exhibitions, and, though erect ed at the commencement of the Christian era, yet the fabric still rears its lofty and massive walla high above the Gurroundiug modern buildings; and though the ravagesof tirno have somewhat told upon the tiers upon tiers of seats; yet even now tlie visitor can stroll round tho long galleries, and through the spacious vestibules, and palatial saloons, in which those luxurious but barbarous heurted Romans were wout to saunter and to gossip during the intervals of tho sanguin ary performances in th6 arena. And as one stands on the spot whence Cceaar satia...

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

No Opium in Chamberlain's Ctroan Rbmfdy. — Many cough cures contain opiuui. The effect of this drug is to diminish secretion of the mucus, and the relief afforded is only temporary. As soon as the effect of the opium passes off, the malady re turns in a more severe form. The system is also weakened and rendered more susceptible lo cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy does not contain opium in any any form. It afforda relief and leaves the system in a healthy condition. It always cures, and cures quiokiy. D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, soils it. T. B. Dunwooclie, Monumental Mason, BOWBAL. 8241 Removed I Removed I W. sbUTHALL Has removed to MORE COMMODIOUS FREMI SES next to HILL BROS. Coach Building and Horse Shoeing carried out in best Btyle. Royal Hotel,. ~^V ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Beet Brands of Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOIt ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass Paddocks, and Cattle Yards. FRED. ORAHAM, . 63 . Proprieto...

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Rose and Spring Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Rose and Spring Flower Show. Many inquiries are being made about tile 'chrysanthemum show which is usual ly held during this month under , the aus pices of the Young Women's Christian Association. Unfortunately the season has destroyed all the. hopes of growers, but at the general committee meeting of the Association, held yesterday, it was decided to organise a. rose and spring flower show late in October or early in Novemher, as the weather may dictate. The committee are desirous that the fact should be kept prominently in view by all lovers of flowers. .To have . such an ar dent rose-grower as, Mr. v lialstead: now settled at Burradoo augurs well for the cultivation of the queen of flowers, and by November the hundreds of trees which he has planted should give a lovely account"i of themselves, Spring flowers will also i figure largely in the schedule, allowing scope for all to compete.

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Dog Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Poisoning. A dastardly act, was committed last Sun-. <luy evening nt Mr. [1 irrU's residence, Bur radooi Butwi-ou 7, and 8 p.m., a setter do;? about 6 months old was deliberately poisoned. The evidence at present collect ed shows that the dog mast,have been taken aivay from bis kennel.about the time men-, tionod, and given a strychnine bait"; ho was also struck about the head. The body was returned to tlie kcauol, and arranged to look aa if sleeping'. The motive of. this cowardly act is suppose:! to have been per sonal spite. It is liard to believe that. we have people in: this communii.y who could be guilty of such ti deed, and it is to be hoped the perpotrators may be soon dis covered. The police, wo understand, have j the matter in hand, and are following up a | stroug-clue. I

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

NOTES AND C9iVll¥lENT$. Mr. Arthur Boer leaves our township in a few days to take up the business of another Bowral man—Mr. Pugli, who founded tho " Blue House " Boot Shop, North Sydney. Mr.-Bear has takeu over the business whilst Mr. Pagh iiuds a wider sphere for his en terprise in auctioneering aud house furnish iug. . # * The poison fiend still skulks in our midst, for the other day Judge Harris had a valu able Setter pup destroyed with a strychnine bait. Malice and cowardice go band-iu haud, and any one who would spitefully des troy a harmless animal iB capablo of still greater crime. * * Figures are notoriously easy to add up, and can be made to prove anything. So when an exnberaut imagination expressed in millions of bushels a record Australian wheat crop for 1901, the present state of the market—approaching an excited gamble .—disproves the.statistics.put forth' so con fidently at harvest. Not only is wheat in1 short supply, but speculators have oontrol; and the pastoralists ...

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Protestant Alliance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Protestant Alliance. At a meeting of the Bowral branch of the Protestant Alliance Lodge, held on Thursday evening last in the Town Hall, Mr. A. W. Beer tendered his resignation as Worshipful Master, on account of his intended early departure, from Bowral: The resignation was acceptedwith regret, many of the members expressing the loss the lodge would sustain by. losing so inter ested a member. .A vote of-thanks • was accorded Mr. Beer for his past services to the society, one and all wishing him a suc cessful future. It was decided to write a letter of recommendation to the North Sydney Lodge. Mr. I. H. Edwards was unanimously appointed VV.M. to fill the vacancy. „ •

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

Bauy's Coboh Most Never Lisceb.—Nothing is moie distressing than to see a helpless little infant Buffering with a cough,' and to be fearful of using a remedy which may contain some harmful ingre dient. The makers of Chamberlain's - Cough Bemedy. positively guaranty that this preparation does nut contain'opium in any form, or any other harmful snhstance. Mothers may confidently give ihiB reinetlv to their-little ones, It gives prompt, relief and is perfectly safe. It always cures and cures quickly. D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, sells it.

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" Ben Hur." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

" Ben Hur." The Rev. A. J. Snper, lecturer, and Mr. Hart, lanternist, will give a realistic ex hibition by limelight of seventy pictures, illustrating scenes and personages, and places iu Beu Hue. on.Wednesday evening next, April 23rd, in the School of Arts, Bowral. The great beauty of the pictures and the fn'iile and chnrra of the lecturer have secured more than crowded audiences" wherever the entertainment has been given. Solos and concerted music will be given as illustrations of the Bubject. It will-be re membered that the scenic effects of the spectacular play were destroyed in the recent fire at Her' Mujesty's Theatre, and that the play will not be again produced iu Australia. The scenes of the great book, Ben Hur, will be produced with less object ionable surroundings at the exhibition on Wednesday night. Mr. Soper will give his •exhibition at Moss Vale on Thursday, 24th, and Bundanoon on Friday, 25th.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Football. The football season is now close at hand. The various clubs in the district are bestirring themselvesj *aqd football enthusiasts seems to have lost none^of their interest in the game.

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

KA.NGrA.LOON. Br " Spkho • Mbwobx.". On Tuesday evening last the Rev. S. II. MacDade gave a splendid lantern lec ture in the frlethodist Church. The at tendance was very good, and.the lecturer ;(Rev. S. H. MacDade) who . was some 10 years ago stationed in the Robertson cir cuit, was well received by his old" friends. The views were very beautiful and much appreciated by the audience. During the course of the entertainment Mrs; Branch sang several items, which added greatly to the evening's entertainment. . The weather Tor the past fortnight . has rbeen.very warm, and if we only had a'few showers of rain occasionally, the outlook for;-:the winter would be much brighter ■ than it is at present.' A good many of the . farmers are on the look out for; a -place where they might graze their-oa-ttlo during the winter months.

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A YOUTHFUL DESPERADO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

A YOUrilFUL DESPERADO.. Harold Miller (18), who is'known by' fill the boys iu Pen nth us '• Wliaug," has^sayB tbe Nopean Times) latoly developed tho habit of sleeping nut, and i* credited with munypeLty robberies thai, probably, he hud no hand in at ull. However, on Friday morning it was reported to tho. police by Mr, B. Payne, of Beliuore-s&roet, that; several valuable canaries hud beeu stolen ; nnd as "Whang" had slept in Percy Smith'B yard the night before, and aa it waB discovered that ho bud sold some canaries out Lomougrovo way at ridiculously .low .prices, he.was at once suspected, and both Oonslables Cnnnor and Hammond, in-turn, •went looking for (he boy. The first sight Oounor got of him was at'tbo junction of Riloy and June stroets, and lie-gave chaso, but Miller gave hiin the slip—and bo suc cessful wHs lie in Ending the grasp.J of the constable that Connor says " it was like ' as if -the earth had opened and swallowed him." : Nothing more was seen or heard of him...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST. As will be seen from our religions an nouncements, the Rev. Canon Boyce will preach both morning and evening in S. Jude's Church to-morrow (Sunday). A meeting of subscribers of the Bowral School of Artt is called by advertisement for Tuesday evening next, the business being the election of Mrs. C. J. Royle as | an honorary life member of the institu tion, in recognition of her past valuable services. ' — In another column,the committee of the B. D. Cottage Hospital calling for tenders for the erection of a new brick building, to comprise nurses' bedrooms and vvard room. Plans and specifications on view at the office of Messrs. J. G. Morris and Co.* Bowral. A' mysterious shooting tragedy occurred at Miller's Point on.Thursday,. the victim being a boy about n or 12 years old. The boy was paddling, with another lad on a roughly-constructed raft at the time. It is not known who fired the shot. The branch of the United Irish;Ueagiie in West Clare'has ordered the boycot...

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MITTAGONG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Mittagong Football Club. The annual ' meeting of the above club was held on Monday night at the Cotn | mercial Hotel, Mittagong. The meeting I was presided over by Mr. J. Ryan. The I election of officers resulted as follows :— | Treasurer, Mr. George Hill; secretary, i Mr. E. Morris; committee, Messrs. R. Rudland, Lyons, ■ and H. Bradstock; selection committee,. Messrs. G. Hill,' E. Morris, and Ri iRudland.; committee to Union, Messrs. Turner and Little ; dele gates-to "Union, Messrs. Moses, Ryan and Firth; captain, .Mr. H. Firth; vice captain, Mr. G. Hill; president and vice presidents, same as last year.. It was decided to accept a challenge from from South/ Sydney for a= match on ioth. May. The secretary was' requested to table a motion -that all Union meetings he held at Bowral, not at Moss Vale. The •membership subscription was made 2s •.6d. ' '

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ANNUAL MEETINGS. B. D. RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

ANNUAL MEETINGS. ' • " b. D. Rugby Football.union. The Berrima - District Rugby Football Union, held its-annual meeting'at the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, on - Wednesday, afternoon; The following delegates-we're, present:—Bowral, Messrs.\ G., Adcock, Moses. Jones, and W. Soulhallj Mitta gong, Messrs. H. Firth and A. Little:; Moss "Vale, Messrs. J. Casey, S. Whytt, A. McKenzie,. and C; C. McGarry,-hon. sec. The report of the committee for the last season was read as follows : — " Your committee has much pleasure in presenting you with its annual report for 1901. The competition commenced with five clubs, viz., Picton, Mittagong, Bowral, Moss Vale, .and Wilde's - Meadow, and was carried out very satisfactorily, inas much that- there was. a v pleasing, absence of forfeited 1 matches as compared with previous: competitions. The 'various matches, were played- with remarkable evenness, of scoring and improved skill. At the commencement of the -season it was decided to provide gold medals for ...

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

QECOND HAND FURNITURE bought or sold. O J. OOODFELLOW and CO. 1213 MEM HRRS of the Howral Young Mon'a Asso ciation arc reminded that thn usual Wednes day niKht meetings \ ill be..CONT1NUHD in S. Judo's School-Hall till futther notice.—P. COyH. Secretary. 1272 Simultaneous Mission.-A mccting ol persons inleresied in arranging for u Alisfi.m in Howial in conniption with above, during Alny, TOWN HALL, MONDAY AI'WL 21sr, 8 p.m. M. MADDEttN. , J 27 J EVERYBODY who can (fnrmerR especially) should plant u few CABBAGE plants-bo very acceptable later on. Wo havo thouHunJe of nieo plants. Send for a few. 1h per hundred:— COl'12 &.SONS, Bowral. Under new management. FOR SALE.—Two yoiing COWS .in'fall milk, • ' very quiet. Also one LADY'S'and GENT'S HACK, and one CHILD'S l'ONY, very quiet. Also light double-sealed BUGGY and JHAltNlSSS. Apply J. W.'NOKUAM, Butcher, liowral. MR. W. N. WILMS, M.L.A., "has commenced business nt 2'i Bligb-streot, Sydnay, as LAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AGENT....

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

Cataurh js Always tub Rbsuw: of a-.neglected< cold. Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy will not cure catarrh, hut will euro the cold and\ so prevent llmt • disaanwHfile -malady; -This remedy'not only relievos' •the tocal iiritatii'ii of.tlie thront arid lnn|,'.v but ro .moved the causes ol ;the .diseased. condition, it loaves the system in n natural • and healtlfy condi tion.:;It always cuns and cures quickly. -..D, Mor (jutij Chemist, Jjowial, Bulla it.

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Early Coaching Days in the Berroima District. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1902

Early Coaching Days in   the Berrima District. The following reniinisconces of " Old Tom " appear in the Scrutineer':.— James Powell was another old identity and resident of the district. When " Old Tom " first knew Powell he lived with Conners at Currick Billy. He then took up Jand at Jellore, the place being known to this day as Powell's creek. Conners lived on a farm at the back of Currick Billy, now owned by C. Loseby. Con ners was drowned in Nattai creek, and the wife and family went to live at Tnena. Powell was a carrier on the roads for a short time, and then went into partner ship in storekeeping with old Joe Levy. This was a very successful partnership, and laid the foundation of the Powell for tune. At the end of the partnership with Levy, Powell bought a picce of land off Wade, a barber, and started storekeeping adjoining William Taylor's hotel. Hig-. gins, the postmaster, having been found 'dead in his chair one morning, Powell be came postmaster; he was a m...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

BO WRAL. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ! Meets every alternate Thursday,. at tho Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to la a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, ii la B p.m. Alderman W. Murray, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk.. Here is a eyaic.il matrimonial ofler. A London firm of solicitors "state that they liava received n letter, in which the writer, described as " ail English peer of very old title"—his name is of course not for publication—expresses s readiness to marry a very'wealthy lady, "ug& and looks immaterial, but character .irreproach able, and in exchange for the rank lie is to btt paid £25,000 in cash."

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