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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

RAILWAY INFORMATION. PASSENaEn .trains iirrivo at Bowral from Sydney - 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7.37 a.m.'-(Paper Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.56 p.m. daily, Sunday oxceptecl 6.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.68 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Vaspcnger trains leave Bowral for Sydney:— 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.56 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittaggng and . Stratbfield .only ' 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32'a.ra. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong unfl Strathlleld only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Granvillo, and Strathfield only. 1.34 p.m. doily, Sunday excepted.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Life is Business. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Life is Business. Life is real, life is earnest, ' And we all bave jobs to do ; Even if they are not pleasant, ' We have got to see them through. Not a creature is exempted From the universal rale. Those that can't do useful'things are Holding down tho dunce's stool. Knowing this the little bumble? ' Bee will linstle like a chump, Just to furpiBh an exanplq That will make the sluggard hump. And the sparrow dears the garden Of the surplus slugs and worms, While the little old mosquito Peddles round the fever germs. And the ever newsy '■ Free Press " As it wins its way along Cheers the hearts of scores of readers From Robertson to Mittagong.

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Wombeyan Caves Road. TO BE REPAIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Wombeyan Caves Road. . TO BE REPAIRED. The Hon. W: McConrt, M.P; has Kindly forward*" ed the following to us for publication:— "Public Wnrka Dspartrrient; Sydney, 27th Novera hfir, 1901.—Sir,-—With referencs to representations raa'e by you resp'cctinfi the road from Sandy Creek (Grent Soui hern Road) to Wombeyan Caves, X have the honor to inform you that the Local Officer has been instructed to arrange for the early expenditure of the current year's vote for this road, with a view to placing; it in a tralHcable condition. The year's vote amounts to £500. —I have, etc.. 3. Davieb. Under-Secretary: — Hon. W. McCOURT, Esq.; M.P."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Dfflr. Cecil Compioti. r«pfL9 Received or yisited in Bowral and District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING paiiqh'dutea prepared for College and University Examinations in Tlieopetipal and Practical Music. Addhess ; Post Office, BowJtAt. pflUNG'S sg, ACCORDEONS from 8/6, post free. Write for'catalogues, it will pay you. CONCERTINAS from 4/6 post free. | Wrile for' catalogues, jt will pay you. Anglo-German ' and English CONCERTINAS from 25h> Post free. ' 'Write for catalogues, it will; pay you. j MOUTH ORGANS from 3d. Write for catalogues. It will pay you. VIOLINS from 5/- Write for catalogues, it will pay you.' MANDOLINS from 25/- Write for catalogues, it ' will pay you. CUITARS from 12/6. Write for cata logues, it will pay "• ' you. BANJOS (rom 25/ Wrlte (or c*tt JogueB, SI will p»jf ' you. FLUTE8 & PICCOLOS from 4/- Writ* tor cftt»logues,' It will pay yoij. » by the btpt m»kcr». Write for okUloguM, It will pay you. /iUTO HARPS from 12/6. ■Write forcat^r logues, "US it wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

FOR SALE.—Two young COWS in full milk', ' very quiet. Aleo one LADY'S nnd GENT'S" HACK, nnd ono CHILD'S PONY, very quiet." Also light' double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS.' Apply J'. W. NORMAN; Butcher, Bowral. ifne;, Wesleyan Annual Summer Fair and Industrial Exhibition TlflLL bo lveld in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, YV BOWRAL,- on WEDNESDAY AND" THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12xn and 13th, 1902. 1010 M. MADDERN. GALE AND 'PAINE, SOLICITORS, MOSS VALE. t Attend Bowral every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, from 9'a.ra. till 1 p.m.- 1049" B0W8AL' F8UIT SHOP! OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowral. The coat and most" varied Btock out of Sydney. Call and1' see our showr , _ ' ri. T. HOPWOOD, 9g43' Managoltf TriE —ANNUAL JUVENILE'— plain and Fancy' Dress BALL In aid of the Ministering Children's Leaguo, will bo held at the SbHOOL OF ARTS, BOWRAL; ' — ON — WEDNESDAY EVENING, 1st JANUARY, .1902.-, M..E. MARSDEN, J lion. S'eo. and Treas. 102(f • ') Ball Committee.' GOVERNMENT' ADVERTISING; - Department of Mih6s and Agriaulturo, Stock ...

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A SHOCKING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

A SHOCKING SOENE. Sir Bobert Hart used to describe a shock ing scene which lie witnessedvat a Chinese execution. Eight prisoners were to be be headed at the execution. . The mandarin, who was the executioner, sat in an open booth, and as the eight men marched by him each was marked on the forehead. Seven of the. prisoners were to sufier for robbing and murdering an old man. The eigh'Ji was a mandarin who had been degrad ed for au offence which he declared he never committed. Once he had been a great man in Chiua, even as Li Hung Chang. He had been a prisoner for many years, when suddenly his execution was or dered by the Viceroy of Quaug Tung. The seven first men were executed ueutly aud well, but when the exeoutioner came to the deposed mandarin he struggled aud declined to put forth his neck, wildly vociferating that be was innocent and had been unjustly accused aud condemu-id. The executioner caught bis pigtail and dragged his head for ward from the body, with the result that the...

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Read It in His Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

HaiiH It in ilia ScwsnnilPP. George Schaub, a well known German citizen <*f New Lebanon, O., U.S.A., is a constant reador of the Dayton Volkizei.tung. He knows that tliia paper aims to advertise only the best in its cz>lnmns, and when he saw Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised therein for Initio back, ho did not hesitate in getting a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief, tie Buys: ■>' After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me,' I feel as though born anew," and before using the entire contents of .the bottle tho unbearable pains had entirely vanished And she could again iake up ber household duties." Ho i? very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery. This valuable liniment is for sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

fiowral Council. 'Fk^rsdayI DEOEMftKir CtbV . Present: Aldermen J. if. Cli'lilsti'i' 3^- J*. Campbell,- T.' Mathewson • F.- p. Kynfcebh1,' Jos. Stokes, M.'Itiee, and H." m: OVlny." . Correspch'dpncfc .... From Senior-S'rgt. Th'Tiidyku, 5tos< Vale, ack nowledging receipt of latter ro driving at night with out lights, &o., stating that be had instruotel tho Bowral police to rendor every assistance to tho In-' apeotor of Nuisnnro". . Frofn Rev. M. Maddcrn stating (hat the O^uheil had not yet asphalted the footpath in fiont of tho Wesleynu Parsonage. — Held over till next meeting on motion of Aid. Rice and Kyugdon. From Railway CommiHsioners approving of tho following' rate boinir applied for trachyte Bpawls and broken metal from Buwral to Darling Harbour and intermediate stationsUp to 15 miles l/G per toil, each additional mile Id. per ton p:r 'milo. Tho rate to Darling Harbour wnuld.be 68 p>ir ton, wliioh would bo taken as a m:\ximum to any intermediate stations....

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ITEMS Of INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

ITEMS Of INTEREST At Drango, the Rev. Mr; Taylor, rector, of this" .Anglican Church, proponed that each parishioner should devote a week's income annually towards "wiping out the defcvV.§l700) on the church. At the close of the meeting it was" aiinoiinep.il that 65 parishioners had fallen in' with. the., proposal, and many others have joined in' it sirlce." That's some thing.like1 , - It has been suggested by a prominent Bowralite that for tli'e forthcoming alleged cattle and horse stealing cases for next- Friday that the Bowral School of Arts be taken for the occasion, the Court ^Hourb being considered far too small for tfie great crowd expected to be present on that day, not only •of residents but persons from every part of the dis trict. The resident further suggest* that a silver coin-admission" be charged, the proo<iels to go to the Hospital funds.' Nod a bad suggestion, for the hold ing capacity of the court house is decidedly limited. la the Berrima district ni'ucb...

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INTERNATIONAL TEST CRICKET MATCH AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

INTERNATIONAL TEST CRICKET MATCH AT SYDNEY. In connection with the test match at Sydney, the Kail way Commissioners have arranged for cheap tickets at 2d. and Id per mile, First and Second Class respectively to be issued by train leaving Bow ralat 7.3 a.m on Saturday, 14th December ; avail able for return lor one calenr a; month.

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

SSovvral School of Arts. Tii'e usual monthly mcetinR was held on' Tuesday eyemus la3t. Pn sent: . Mr. . Jr J. Campbell; Dr.\ Morgan, Rov. M. Maddern, Messrs. (J. W. iMarailen, Ebb. Davis, H. M. Oxley, F. B.. Kyiigdon, G. E. Murston, Jos; Stokea, anil J. 51'. Chrisiie. Correspondence. Frdm Public Library of N.S.W. re fresh box of books." ■ From Messrs. Elvy & Co., per Mr. Winkworth, renewing the offer cua'de. in July to supply a' " Rosencrnnz " piano for £05, towards which £15 would be allowed for the old instrument. A letter on the same subject was received from Messr ,'Benle & Co., per Mr. Wade, recommending tlio, purchase of an " Isermaun " piano at a cost of £G3, towards which £15 would be allowed for the old piano with a donation of £3 to the institution. "-These letters were considered together, and were discussed at length. Mr. Marsden sttite-1 that two ladies, Meadames Marsden and Royle, were organising an entertainment, the proceeds of which would be de vot&a...

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TEE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, December 7, 1901. MITTAGONG. MARRIAGE BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

TEE FREE PRESS. 'Published! in Bowral, Uittagong, and Iioli'er&on. Saturday, December 7, 1901. MITTAGONG< marriage' be"lls> Tuesday last turned out an ideal wedding-day, and the old saying " Happy is the bride that the sun shines on'' was freely quoted. As tlia after noon advanced a largo crowd began to assemble at the Mittagong Wesleyan Churoh for the purpose of witnessing the marriage of Miss Clarissa Viles, third daughter of Mr. T. Viles,. and Mr. Lance Taylor." On entering the Church the' eye was at once caught by a'beautiful arch of white flowers and'greenery,'; which had been erected by several friends of the bride, the flowers on which had kept very well, oon-,' sidering how great was the heat of the sun. At. about a quarter to four the bridal party entered the*, church, the bride leaning on the arm of her fatlier,' who subsequently gave her . a'way. . The. Rev. M. Maddern officiated. The bride looked' lovely in a prettily tucked costume of white silk, b...

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How to Avoid Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

How to Avoid Trouble. Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over, and if procurod now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your bnsioss season. It iB everywhere admitted to ba the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints, both for children and adults. No family oan bo without it. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowal.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Cricket. The following team lias been chosen to represent the Uowrnl Association in a match with Thirlmere to-day on the Glebe wicket: -Messrs. Parton, Copo" (2), HuRgett, Comer, Savoll, Griftiths (3),' Jones (iJ), Holmes, and E. l'oole. The Surveyors' Cairfp will be represepteit ti'y the following to piny in a niiitch against Jliiift^onR to day on the Camp wicket, Bnwrnl:—Messrs. Biley, McCooey, Whutninn, Nicholis. Keighley, Murphy, Workman, Madclcii, Gibson, Flarpraves, and lJed for.i; emergencies, Messrs.' Vickery, Phillips,' and Thirtle.

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Wedding. ROPER — CALLADINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Wedding* ROPER — CALLADINEi The following interesting announce ment-to Bowral readers is takefl from the' London " Daily News :— " liOPRB — CALLAD7NE.—0n Sepfembc'r 19, 1001, at Norhuty Pariah Ghurali, Stockport, by the Iicv. G. Newman Wilrner, I'ercy Frederick, fourth son of the lute George Iloper, of Colchester, to Bea trice, elder daughter of F. W. Galladine, of Hazel ■Grove, Stockport. Australian papeis pi£aso copy." The following account of the wedding is taken from the "Stockport Advertiser " (England) On 19 th September, ii)0i, Morfeury Parish Church, Stockport (England}, was the scene of one of the prettiest weddings ever solemn ized there. The contracting parties were Mr. Peroy If. Roper, fourth son of the Idte George Roper, of Colchester, Essex, nnd Miss Beatrice Calladine, elder daughter of Mr. P. W. Oallndine of " Hazel Grove," Stockport, and late of Bowral, N.S.Wi Punctually (tt 2' o'clock tfed bride Onfcred the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her...

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Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

Social Evening.* O'n Thursday .evening last oneof the most enjoy able social functions yet held in the Oddfellows' Hall was celebrated under most favourable circumstances. Some 36 couples attended, and the evening being rather cool greatly added to the comfort of the danc ers. The ball was eaily decorated with'flags, and a large Japnnese umbrella; (kindly lent by Mr. G. Allen) was suspended from tho ceiling. Mr. T. Hopwood took upon himself the whole responsibility of making the interior of the building as attractive as possible." The floer was in eplendid trim, and excellent music was ably supplied by Mr. G". E. Vincent, Mr. T. Hopwood acting in a very efficient manner as M.C., giving all-round satisfaction. During the evening Mr, E. Stokes favoured the audience witH' a' couple.of songs, bringing forth much applause. At 12 o'clock supper was announc ed when rather a novel idea was introduced. In place of the otdinnry tea and cakes, an elaborate assortment of fruit waa provided, bei...

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P.M. Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

P.M. Sale of Work. The Bowral Primitive Methodist Courch celebrat ed its annual Sale of Work on Wednesday and Thursday .lartj in aid of ilio Minister's Special Supernumerary Fend. During the proceedings the interior ol the building presented a deCrcedly anim-' a ted scene. The arrangement of the soveral stalls and docorations in general were not only carried out in an artiRtio but moFt attractivo manner, giving one and all the impression that those in charge had considerable talent in that particular direction. The heavily-laden stalls were gaily decorated with articles ornamental and useful, suitable far youug for young and old. Shortly after three o'clock on Wednesday after noon the proceedings were olfioiolly opened. The singing of a hymn anil prayer having been dispens ed with, the Rev. A. VV. Parcon prooceJcd to make a few appropriate remarks. He suit! llloy had met to gether onco ranro to celebrate their annnal sale. Many similar sales had been held in the past prov ing to bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

A. W. BEER for Bicycles. WE ABE • SHOWING; A. COMPLETE STOCK 03? -GENERAL': MERCHANDISE,' IN DRAPERY ; V ' We have a rare display of the': ' latest designs and colourings .of: Dress Goods, including 30 diff- •. erent patterns of the fashionable fancy Lusjres. Also a special ,if- v selection" of Fancy Goods in Ladies' Scarves, Collarettes, &c, . \ . ITS" GROCERY ■ W.e have new Xmas Fruits and all necessaries* for the . .... '■ _ Popular.. Puddings and> ^ Cakes at Bed-rock prides.. We have made provision iot A Bountiful Hafvest. All Harvest* ine Tools Stockcd. * . . < ,Mbo<>T-s ' &..srao:BS ~A\V..e cafry a large stock of the new est American, English, and Colon ial lines. , . * ' . . I-iy GROGKERY ■ IJ. :I Our Special department will.-... Repay a Visit. . . , .. In all the above Departments we have made heavy Purchases in anticipation- of the. Tariff and the great bulk of our 'stock is marked to sell free of Duty* * GENERAL MERCHANTS, GLENMO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

'• .-MEDICAL. dh. POULDS, (Tja.TR OF london S.w.) Having purchased dr fi-hek'S practice, will aftur Fan. 21 co du -.t it at " emtington," murrigantf-afreet, u fuw doors from dr. Fisher's preaont reaidonoo. 11 Eastinfiton," moirisjang-street. 670 W.FROST and SON, BUILDERS AND . . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong Bong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. estimates 5t3.i5r. . . .. . ch vrges stbictlx moderate, ou(y Barrawang, WISHES to annonnce to the residents of thff district that lie has taken over the HIjACK SMITHING and WHEELWRIGHT BUSINESS rdcontl.y carried on at Mr. Parker's premises, and hopes by strict attention to business and good work' manship to receive a fair share of public patron age. Horse Shoeing a Speciality. TUE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, I60S3E3 SS-B7SB035S".. J. Hamilton, Jun,, Proprietor; Good Accommodation for Visitors. Every Con« venience. Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gns. Boat Brands of Wines and spirits kept. ' "761 ■f Removed! Bas removed to MDBB COMMODI...

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Public School Sale of Work. THE CHILDBENS' DAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 7 December 1901

! Public School Sale of Work. THE CHILDBENS' DAY OUT. The first sale of work yet held tinder th'e allspices of the Bowral Superior Public. Seliool, transpired yesterday. (Friday) afternoon and evening, in the School of Arts. Success attended the function on all sides, the liberal patronage accorded by the par ents and friends of the children was encouraging in: | every degree. Teachers and scholars alike deserve every oredit for their energetic and untiring efforts on behalf of the sale in order to bring about the best.results both financially and otherwise. It is needless to say their exertion's were crowned with deserving success, and we venture to assert that the highest expectations of those in charge were realised to the full. The interior of the building presented a gay and animated spectaolo. The arrangement of ibe stalls called forth many expressions of delight, for their attractiveness alone was sufficient recom mendation for the disposal of the articles collected, which me...

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