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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

RAILWAY IN FOEMATION. Passenger trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney :— 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney :— .3.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.5G a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strutlifield only .7.8 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted,., stops Mittogong and Stralliliold.only ■ 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, I'iclon, . Granville, and Slratbtield only. 1.34 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

BRING ALL YOUR PRINTING TO THE . . FREE PRESS OFFICE", BOWRAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

Cash Sale ! ' Cash Sale ! At HILL BROS.' BOWRAL. For EIGHT DAYS ONLY, Commencing FRIDAY, April 35. fOW that the Revision of tho Federal Tariff has been completed, HILL BROS, have decided to give their customers another chanoo to lay in a WINTER STOCK at SALE PRICES. In many instances the dreaded Tariff is either totally abolished or not nearly ho heavy as originally proposed, and therefore buyers need not longer ourtail their purchases. We have fixed SPECIAL PRIOES in every department for this Sale, in order that everyone may be satisfied, Here are a few of our. Prices for Oaab :— DRAPERY. Clearing out Sale of Summer Stock, to enable ua to open up our Wintor Stock which hns arrived and will be open for inspection during the first week in May. For the present wa would draw your atten tion. to the following :— Lovely lot of Prints and Mercerised Lawns from 4$d to 7d per. yard ,A cheap line of Turkish Towels GJd, and Honey comb Towels -IJd Ladies largo Holland Aprons from Is 3d Extra l...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

TTfiiey Say. That. the Bowrnl Fuotb/iU Club is very slow nti gottitig into worltiug order thia sea son. v • - ■" Thnfc tliey will uot bo able to got a team., • That ft number of it's lust'year's mem bers are " full npi" and are going to*-rotird. That the JVIyra Vale, team are. going to sbalte things up a bit. That they have been, in train for some time, aud are sure of tliis year's premier ship.. That the nut will be harder to orack than they tbiulc. That it is not sufficient to merely 'cross the 6tamg,ou giving a veoeipt.. ; That the Act saya you. m.ust .-either date it or initial it.. ■ That a man- in Sydney was recently fined 20/: and .5/6 costs, for only crossing the stamp.. That a record load of chuff passed last week over the 0 run go .Weighbridge, New South WaleB, the weight of the load being 9 tons 8 owt., aud that of the waggon 8 tons. 11 cwt. The waggon coutained 305, bags,, and was drawnvby nine horses. That.the Japanese paper, pocket handker chiefs are now . supplied to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. SATURDAY. 26th APRIL, 1902, AT S..'JO. J. G, MORRIS & CO. E,.\VI2 received itiHiiicti<m& from MRS. DAW SON In sell by auoiio/i nt hor resiflencn, "St. Elmo," Biiiik lJong-sireet (Soinli), on abovo date, FU11NI l'UHE AND liFli'KCTS, comprising: — Curpet ami Hearth Hupa, Wicker Settee,. Wicker Chair, Platform Hocker, Austrian Folding Chair, Pino Top Table ami Cover, 1 Oak Extension Dining /Table and Cover, Octagon Occasional ' Table, Draught Top Table, OrnanianIn, Auntrian Chairs, Floor Cloth, <1-Drawer Cedar Chest, Kidderminster Square, S-ft. French Bedstead, with superior Wire and Kapok Mattresses, Largo Mahogany Toilet' Glass, Door Slips, Double Ilolf-Tester Bedstead (almost new), with Wire and Kapok .Waitresses, Double Pino V Marble Top WaaliBtnnd, Double Doehess Toilet Table, 4-dnuvors, Double French Bedstead and Bedding, Pino Safe, Table. Lamps, Kitchen Table, Crockery and Class Ware,. Kitchen Utensils, &o., &a...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, April 23, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

THE FREE PRESS. ' Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, April 23, 1902. ; The wharf labourers of Newcastle are dia putiug w.'tb their employers. The same old story, the same old game. The employers, say one thing, aud the employees something, different. The employer thinks his ser vanta are^having a really good,time, ai)d the servants.hqld an exactly opposite opinion. The employees say that a few years ago ; they, worked any. "Umber.of.hours to 60 per Iweek for a wage of 42/. The jvorkfcbm^' rnenqed at 5 a.m., and finished at.miduight. If the regular labourer was not at work the 1 next rnornipg;at 5- a.m., a.; substitute was On£aged;who ['worked,;''until.' breakfast time, fora.rpmunerntibn of.S/G,; which s.om was deducted from^tlie, reg(i)ar labourer's wages. Eventually, the union altered • this state of affairs, and later, again different arrauge ■raeuts weif made. New rateB, with which the niej) seomed satisfied, were secured until recently.th^Nowcastle.company...

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PEAS AND OATS FOR FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

PEAS AND OATS FOR FOIWDEtt.. So far north ns we are, a Dimboola cor respondent inform# us, rape for autumn sowing ho aa to get a'fodder crop is not nearly so certain a crop as it is in the moiater sections to the south, and I have tried many things and fiud peas: and oats tlie best crop I can use. My plan is to sow as quickly as the autumn rain comes, 5/ pecks, of peas and 1£ bushel of oata, broadcast, to the acre. The best feature of these are that frost injures neither one. If the weather is good, thoy make great growth, and as the peiis are a legume crop, i daring their'growth they are nitrogen ! o '.tohers, as well as taking up the surplus nitrates of the soil. This the peas and oatB quickly take up and hold until spring, when they liberate i,t in the humus decay. Even if killed down by midwinter, the peas and o.tts make a nice mulch upon the ground, aud still prevent washing of the soil, and in the spring we have little trouble in incor porating it with the soil. I like this cr...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST, Reward, to the finder ofr a Black Ostrich Feather Bon. . See advt. ,J ' ;■ 'L ,' \ • Butchers are selling meat at gd per lb tin Wollongong. It will soony provided.it continues to rise, be considered a luxury. , We believe that First-class Constable Freeland, of Penrith, is -"'to' be Senior-' 1 Constable - Gallagher's^successor, "at Bowrai. • • : ------ >. . <s': «-1. • f The wedding is. announced, of- Miss. !Gertrude F. Edwards, of jMittagong, to ;Mr.' Charles; F. 'B. Cliibbe,"of Sydney. The celebration took plac£..at St. Peter's, :Melbourii|2t on the 5th instant. p. 8050 lbs. of butter, were manufactured fby it.lib' 'Etiiu Dairy Company,. Wilde's Shadow, during; March., 'Suppliers were :paiil?x2$d for comiiiercial: butter, being Jequal: tp/sfd] per" gallon foj milk;' ' i_ Mr. Colin Ferguson, violinist, of Bow.: ral, took -part in a concert held at Collec ■tp^on Friday evening .last by a.number a'o'f'Gou 1 bi!rn-residentsi " He also contribu ted the ...

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POINTED IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

POINTED IMPRESSIONS. Dr.. Ashbnrton Thompson is of opinion that the bubonic plagno is on the decrease. Tho anti-war Icacno petition mot with cold reception in tho majority of S'>ato "municipalities, A Gonlbrtni nldermnn lias expressed liis opinion of the anti-war league's polilinn, Ho said it was equivalent to aslring the Council to net as agent for pro-Boerism. Australia will bo represented at tho Coronation of King Edward by . a body of picked:men. The original vntsof $26,000 has heen reduced to 4310,000. The sum of £2000. for. tho sending of a rifle team to Bisley has been eliminated frqtn the measure. The anti-wnr league funds are rqucb below summer level. It was resolved at the last meeting of'the league to print and circulate 5,000 to 10,000 pamphlets, explaining the facts in connection with the war. The police raid upon the promises in Gi'orge-streqt on Saturday, resulted in the arrest of 24 persons. The raid at the Chinese quarters the same evening resulted in only five M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

B.Wy'spouQii .Must.Never Linger.—Nothing is moja distressing than to Bee a helpless little Infant Buffering with a eou^h, and to be fearful of using ,a remedy which may contain sorao harmful ingrd diept; The' makers of. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy positively, guaranty that this preparation does not contain opium'in any form,'or any other harmful substancc. Mothers may confidently give this remedy to their little ones. It gives prompt relief arid,is perfectly safe. It always cures and; cures quickly. D. Morgan, Chemist,' Iiowral, sella ' it. ' '■

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

A. well-known member-, af tho House of Representatives is to be joined qs co respondent in a divorce suit. Up to the -present Corumnn/!nnt ITntlon has not'go.no on bis kn.oes to apologise fir liis language ta the. men of ■ •tlio" 3rd Commonwealth .Contingent. , : ■ George Reid is.tbo reputed lender of tba FederalOpposition, bat McMillan seoma to be the rani -leader, I As there is. no. 'Im rnediate dangoriof a arisisl Qeorge. will can- ■ tinne sleeping and Htiorin:;, while' Ban tarn ■McMillan does .all-Uie fighting/;"' . Mr. John D.tvis, Under-Secretary for. Public, Works, hiis been appointed to repre sent N.S.Wi on the Royal Commission iu ponnection with the Murray River water supply. Mr. Davis, who is a very capable irnan, will probably be elected ehairuiau of the Commission.. Mr. James Mitchell, one of the oldest find.bost known members of the- National Rifle Olub Association, hn,B joi ied the great majority. Mr. Mitchell was also a member - of the Sydney Civilians' Bifle Club, an...

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S. Jude's Organ Racital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

A lar^c and appreciative audience at tended S. Jude^s/'Cfii^fc^'o,n Friday even ing last, thep££^§ic^ ^Mog another of the series. eft mg ^p^ula;"^'cicga,K' recitals g\ye'n .by. l\'Ir'. Gompton, and pi'this occasion 'go.mpiibh '"was vepy1 t(64y. assisted by, the/phqir of thei cl^i^^nd Mr'.'^W."A'.'RobynsJ of Sydney.'qng pf-the leading baritone singers in the Metropolis. The programme, throughout was of a par ticularly interesting nature, and met with; lUjtmpst Approval on all sides, the beautifi lj organ selections being of the finest order.' During the ' evening the Rector, Rev. Stanley Wilkinson gave'a splendid ad dress on the subject—" Music ancl its im portance in. every aspect of life."- The proceeds from the. recital were in.ai<3 of the organ fund. JThe following ' pro gramme; was submitted..:—brgan"'solos —Russian. "March''." (Clark), Saint. D'Amour (Elgar), " Communion'" in F (Grisonj, " Grand' Wedding Processional ' Mar.ch''V (\Vagner), ';.'l Berceuse " in D (Spin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

Divorce is very easy in Turkey, and: does nofc require a judge and jury to settle tlio .matter. All that is necessary is for the injured party to say, "I divorce you, " three times, iiiKlthe deed is done. The husband hits to mako thp wife a proper allowance and all is over. The Elusive Pigskin, is the source of much sport and'the cause of many injuries. Foot-bal! players should use Chamberlain's Paio Balm, au antiseptic liniment, especial ly valuable for sprains and bruise?. Oue application gives relief. Try. it.. D. Mor gan, Chemist, sells it.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

Oibitwarif. • The hand,of death has been very bupy in^.the.-...district of late. Iri Mittagong'. ,th£ee deaths' have occurred, and in' jRijbertson otje^. * /: ■'■■■ MISS ROSE WHITE. i, Oiv Thursday last Miss Rose Elizabeth White passed- peacefully;-away at the residence ' of Her ' mother,' Queen-street, ■ Mjttagong. TJie deceased had., been a sufferer, for, many, years past. Much sympathy is expressed for the relatives, who have. recently.undergone, much ■.trouble. Only a little over a year ago* they laid: to rest a loving husband and, father",*Mr. John White, who vvtis highly" esteemed.and respected in the tovvn. The funeral of the late Miss White took place on Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.in, A short but impressive service was first held in' St. Stephen's Church, after which the cortege, wended its way to the cemetery at Lower Mittagong. The Rev.: Dr; Rutledge performed the last sad rites ai tills grave. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. T. Beavan; of Bowral.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

A lady in the undoi-ground railway hastily chunked her carriage because n "Butlcniaii had -entered at oiio of.th'e ,stations. Thou alio dis. . covered that she had luffc hor purso bohiud.' Though torn bot.wise u her natural desire fur her purso and tho- wholosomo dread that liad been instilled-into hor of the ^cutlcinnn who travels alone, she ventured timidly buck at tl.o next station, and threw herself on the enemy's mercy. , The enemy was kind—find found tho purse. At this point ho should, of coiirso, have presumed. But he didn't. " If you hurry up, '■ you'll got back into the other carriage before the train starts," was all ho said. And tlio lady did not roalise until afterwards that he had been at tho utmost pains to help her to escape from himself. ■ No Opium in Ghambebhin's Couan Rbmkdy. — Many cough .cures contain opium. The. offset of this drop is to diminish seerelion of the mucus, and tho relief afforded is only temporary. As soon as tho effeot of the opium passes off, the...

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Household Hints, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

/ XXouseliold Hints, If two pairs of shoes aro kept in use to gether, wearing them alternately, the slioc3 will give moro service and Inst longer tlmn .,, two pairs worn one after the other. Shoes, > like many other things, become tired, and -require an occasional roBt to do good work. In selecting flour look to the colour. If it is white with a pale straw tint buy it. If it »s white with a palo blue tint have nothing to do with it, To Clean a Coppor Kettlo.—First rub with a cut lemon dipped, in powdered bath brick till .y, all stains are removed, then wash in lukowarm V. soapy water, and polish with dry powdered fi brick " and soft cloth. Powdered bath brick, mixed to a pasto with sweet oil, may bo used instead of the lemon, if preferred. To Remove Egg Stains.—When washing ' table linen or any cloth stained with egg, avoid putting it in boiling water, which will sot tho stain till it will bo almost impossible to remove it. Soak tho cloth first in cold water, and then the stain m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

• AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne Says: I. use SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, as a epray for nasal catarrh, low, fever, asthma',' i&c:, with' "great success./ I" find' this 'preparation superioir' to all, others." . Dr. Stahl: " I have used-vanous' prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but I got' better results from' SANDER & SONS' EUCALYFJL'I EXTRACT tlian"' £t6m any'6ther.",.' D.r; PrdstouI,never use any jEucalytus preparations other than SANDER.; & SONS', tel found tho others'to be'alraost useless.", Dr. Hart: It goes .without'saying that SANDER & SONS','.EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is the host in the' market."," In' influenza," all foyers; throat arid lung trouble,'diptheriii, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com-' • plaints, iheiimatism, wouiids, sprairis, ulcers', ifec., it* is'invaluable.'' See that' you got SANDER & SONS',' and reject spurious preparations, whioh ore some?" times supplied by unscrupulous dealers. ' " ' " '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

YOU fMEEO A CHANGE In tlio weight of- ypur garments, now .that there is piote 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 I . '" ' ' ' . ■ RutlaerfopcL WiqMiam,; (DRAPERY. .DEPARTMENT), Have received the first shipment of VilNTE Jc£ WEARABLES,, And now invite your inspection of their show room. The very latest in blouse flannels and flannelettes. ; I .. ■ ..I 11 i-;'. i . :• - ,, , i- - ■: A most complete range of new shades in velveteens.. Ladies' Jackets in fawn, etc., the exact fashion. ... , - . . ^mbroideries, Moirettes, Silk's, Shirts, Men's Sweaters, ^nd.. all other, seasonable. * lines—a complete stock. , '< AGC8RBEGHS from 8/6. post free. NVi'i'.e for catalogues, ' it will pay you. CONCERTINAS from 4/6 poll free. Write lor catalogues, * it will pay you. ' Anglo-German * ancl •English CONCERTINAS ftom' 25/-, post free. " Write, for catal...

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TOO GOOD TO LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

TOO GOOD TO LAST. Jimmy: How d'yer like yer new boss ? Petey: Oat cr eight! He's a reg'lar churchgoer. Jimmy: Huh! Dem kind ain't al ways de easiest. Petey: Dey-nin't P Well, I'll bet I've t'rowed de con inter him wit' all de old favourites—gran'mudder's funeral, aunt sick in Harlem, sister got de measles, an' so fort', for over five hall holerdaya al ready, an' he's still got his mout' open an: runnin' easyl"

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Indecent Assault at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 April 1902

Indecent Assault at Bowriil. Thomas Edward Ferguson, a boy of 15; was charged with attempting 'a serious pffence on a girl under 10 years. Mr. Betts appeared for prisoner, who ploaded guilty. ' ** Seuior-Sergeant Gallagher, of Bowral, was called for tlio defenco to give qvidonca as to prisoner's character, v/hicli bo aescrib; „pd as having been good. . Mrs. John, Bowral, and Mrs. Ferguson, Mother of Prisoner, werG eiillod by Mr. Betts as to clinracter. Mr. Bolts produced a number of testimonials, and brinfly ad dressed his Honor on behalf of his client, urging that uiider all the circninstances hi's Honor should apply the provisions of the First Offenders Act. ^ - • His Honor, addressing tho prisoner,'said the case was a serious one, and he had given it careful consideration. It- ,was necessary to do something to impress on hismtud the, gravity of the affair. 1-Ie was treating him as leniently.as Iho interests of justice per mittbd. He was sorry that the boy's father was not living,...

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