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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Gruesome, in vaginations.. ■j A. pisordorad; Liver. ri .. - " *• , x" • X »*■ Th® Oaao of. ' $ -Mr. J. IW. PAUWERj. ■ ' (For tho Leichhwdt Standard.) Ono of the most astonishing. caseE of ro-_ ■seovory from a serious illnoss of long stand-' iiig was investigated by a reporter from this" ollicb in oracr that wo in&y bring under llio nolioo of our readers a practical illustration^ of the phenomenal success which a ccrl-ain" branch or liisdical scionce has aohieved. Tho.. evidcnce.has boon.given by Mr. John Mark' . I'ajmur, residing at No. i!i!0 Albvon-stroct," Lcichhardt, who narrated his .experiences in' • •• tho. following immitar." luftopu voars of my. t\fo were made, misorablo through continuous, nouralgio pains in.my head, and similar paroxysms c£. intsnsi! pain often, attacked my internal organB. Tho tortiiKO was sometimes so great' Hut I asiid t.o fool, inclined, to.'knock my," ljrain.'j'out. I often (.Iibtiglit my. Miontal, faculties wcro becoming vrcuk, as I could: r....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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AN ACCOMPLISHED LINGUIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

.AX ACCOMPLISH ED LINGUIST. " Thes e's o- e pui'joct in which'tny dau«h tsrs "to l.liorriujrlily wpll versed.'" said. tho prond father,'f und that is Latin. Now, hero's' Ethel's cxcrcisc book— the very tiling. JTurtt look at that." Eiliol is a mode t girl, and, naturally pnougij, mndu 5i »rab at ■ the hook; But Mho.misscil if, nnd one of the delighted visi tors read aloud to tlio attentive company Do'vibus kissibns Sweet girliorum ; • C'riililuit> hkibus, Wftnti somornm." V Do you think that constantly wearing a liat lias a towlency to make a man bald '.'No ; lint when a man is bald I'.ve noticed Hint it has a tendency to. make hi in con^' gtan.tly wear a hat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Cash Sale ! Cash Sale ! At HILL BROS.' BOWRAL. For EIGHT DAYS ONLY, Commencing. FBIDAY, April 35, rN that the Revisiou of tlio Federal Tariff 1ms been completer], IJILL BROS, have decided to give their customers another chance to lay in a WINTER STOCK at SALE PRICES, fn many instances the dreaded Tariff is either totally abolished or not nearly .so h.eayy as od[>iualIy proposed, and therefore buyor3 noed not longer curtail their purchases. Wo hava fixed SPECIAL PRICES in every department for this Salo,iu order that everyone may be satisfied, Here are a fow of our Prices for Cc,sli >— DRAPERY. | Clearing oat Sale of Summer Stock, to enable us { to open up our Winter Stock which has arrived and will be open for inspection during the first week in May. For the present we woytd draw your atten tion to the following Lovely lot of Prints and Merperised Lawns from <l|d to 7d per yard A cheap lino of Turkish Towels 6 jd, and Ifonoy. comb Towels 4Jd Ladies largo Holland Apro...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, ad Robertson. Saturday, April, 26, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

THE HR.EE- PRESS. Published injiawral, Mittagong, (ind RoberUon. Saturday, April, 26, 1902. , The Moss Vale. Fire. Brigade, annual ■ b^.ll is to.be-held in the Mpss Vale Hall on.. May 23rd.- * The annual meeting ofthe Bowral-foot ball Club will be held at the Grand Hojtel, Bowral, nextTuesday.evening at 8:p,m.. The Australian, cricketers, arrived, in"; England, this: week. Mr. Joe, Darling,' the captain, thinks the team will be suc cessful, over there. , Orders for coronation numbers of- any. of the English', illustrated papers should reach Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bowral, not later than, Monday next, April 28th, Full par ticulars.in advertisement. The funeral of,the late-Master Arthur White,t whpse . death. from pjeurisy and pneumonia took place at the Cottage Hos pital on. Tu.esday last, occurred at the Church; o£ England, cemetery at Lower lylittagong on Wednesday. The. Rev. Dr., Rutledge conducted the .funeral service. Messrs.. Hollis and- Co., of Goulburn, pharmaceutical chemists, adyer...

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The Federal Capital Site. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

The Federal Capital Site. The jealousy between the Australian capitals which prevents one of them being selected as the -Federal seat of government has a more serious side to it than most people realise, observes the London Daily Chronicle. It will certainly have the effect of keeping money from being spent ii) the country. Take the two other instances in point, Washington and Ottawa. It is only within the last thirty years that the former, with all its advantages as a diplomatic, military and naval centre, has become an attractive place, and it is well-known that it really owed its selection to Washington's desire to be near his home, TVIount Vernon, rather than to any consideration of State. Ottawa has been described as a " howling wilderness," and is, in fact,- simply a lumber centre, destitute of almost all that goes to make a capital a place of attrac tion to wealthy and cultivated people. Hencc there is no social centre in .the country. Montreal and Toronto continue to be comm...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JDDE, BOWRAL. 4th Sunday after Easter. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

. SER Y10 ES TO-MORR0 W; Church of England. I. SIMON AND JDDE, BOWIUt. 4th Sunday alter Easter. Sstvicea 11 and 7 ; Preacher, the Beotor.' S ST. SIEMIEN'S, mrtAooxo. Bervioe'B 11' and 7..30, Preacher, Rev. D. Rutledga. WlSGECAnBIDDEE. I ' Robertson 11, E. Kangaloon 3, Burrawang7,30 Rev. D. T. Smith.:'; Methodist Church. Bowral: Bandooley-atreet/Bev. T. Kenoh 11, Bong Bong-street, Rev. A. W. Parton 7 Mittagong, Rev, A. W. Parton 11, Rev. Eeneh 7 (Church Anniversary) ' Mosa Yale, Mr. Podmore 3 I Balmoral, Rev. A. W. Parton 3: Colo Vale, Bey. T. Kench 3.30 ,y. Bundanoon, Mr. Brown 11, Mr. Geary 7; Penrose, Air. Geary 3, ' ' " ' Big Hill, Bev. M. ttfaddern 11 and 3: Marulan, Rev. M. Maddern 7 Presbyterian Chiirch. Mittogong 11 Bowral, 3.30: and 7 Ray. A. J. Carter. Kangaloon Ifl (Lord's Sapper), Burrawang 3, Moss Vale 7t. • i Rev Boswell Berry. Roman Calholif Church. Borriraa 9, Bpwral 11, Mittagorig .l - Bey. l?r. Sheridan.. • Salvation Army. Barracks," Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, 7 and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

DANCING, MISS ~KRNOU), FROM SYDNEY, . , WILL hold tho following clauses for BANCINO' iri Bowrol, beginning'AP11IL 15rn, at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL:- : Miss Swinson's Private Cltjsa on Tuesdays, 2 till i p.m. Public Afternoon Class on Tuesdays from d till 6 p.m. Evening Glass Wednesdays from 8 till 10 p.m, Terras (in advance): Calisthenics, Plain and Fancy Dancing £ 1/10/. Plain Dancing £1/1/ All Plain and Fancy Dancing taught, inoluding Minuets, Gavottes, Slsirt Dance, &c. Spooial at tention paid to deportment. Kediiotion for two or more in same family. Intending pupils please write early to MISS ARNOLD, 09 Macleay Street, PottB Point, or see her at the Oddfellows' Hall, Bowral, on Tuesday afternoons, 2 till G o'clock. . Royal Hotel,. ■>ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands of Wines and'Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. First-class BILLIARD TABLE. Good Stabling, Grass P^ddooks, and Cattle Yards. FEED. GBAHAM, 2 Proprietor.

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NOTES AND COMMENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

f|0TES AND GQJIWPITS, Scnior-Constatyp Qa|l;?g}jer has earned }iis promqtiqn fqr jealous efficiency and being q terror to evil-doers. ' The unde sirable is ever present in a community, bqt when he or she realises that to indulge means falling into the arms of the law, then natural cunning compels circumspec tion. An efficient officer creates a funk that makes for order and the good conduct of a town. The Police Magistrates spoke in commendation of Mr. Gallagher's good service, and wished him, as all the com munity also does, promotion and success in the moire important sphere of the Me tropolis. - ' ; ' *** .. . The Empire League is a new organisa tion, with' membership at the nominal subscription of on£ shilling, that aims' at getting into touch with all those whose loyalty and patriotism support the Mother Country, and bind'the British Lion, and all the Jjou'ng lions thereof into, a mighty, indissoluble, worldrwide Empire. «> One and all-" is the motto o.f th,e new body, I and ...

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Private B. Byrnes. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Private B. Byrnes. ' . -'We see by cable that Private B. Byrnes was severely wounded at Rooival, in South Africa, and that Privates W. Linton and 'P. E. Stokes" were slightly, wounded ; the three being New. South Wales Bushmen. We understand that the first-named (Private Byrnes) was formerly a resident of Bowral, and frqm what we can learn he was for some time in the hospital "suffering frorp fever, and was to have left for his home in Sydney a little while ago; The news now received that lie has-been severely wounded shows that he must have recovered sufficiently to have gone into active service again ; but details are not yet to hand.

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Bowral School of.ts. ELECTION OF MRS. C. J. ROYLE AS AN HON. LIFE MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

JBowral School qJF\ A.rts. ELECTION OF MRS. C. J.' ROY-LE AS AN KtON. LIFE MEMBER. ...On Tuesday evening last a special gen eral meeting of members of the Bowral School of Arts'was held. The meeting, was fairly well attended. Mr. R. S. Mackenzie (president) occupied the chair. The president explained the nature of the meeting. They had metto elect Mrs. C. J. Royle an honorary life member of the institution. Mrs. Royle had worked assiduously in the interests of the institu tion, organising entertainments from time to time, whereby the funds were consider ably augmented. Mr. j.'j. Campbell moved, " That Mrs. C. J. Royle, be elected an honorary life memberiof-this institution in view . of the valuable services rendered.? The motion was seconded by Mr. 0. yV. ' Mafsden arid carried unanimously. Mr. F. B. I§yngdon moved, That the secretary write to Mrs. Royle, ' informing her of the appointment." • Seconded by,Dr. E. H. Morgan, and carried. .. . . The proceeds of the Amy Castles' four co...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Band of Mope. Tlie United Methodist Band of Hope held its first meeting in the School''Hall, Bendooley-sfcreet, on Tuesday night, com mencing at 7.80 o'clock. The Rev. M. Maddern was ia the chair. The meeting opened by Binging hymn 185 in Sankey's, after which the chairman offered up a prayer, in which he asked for di vine assistance to the Band of Hope, which was then being started. He then gave a short address, wishing the Baud of Hope-every success, and was glad he was able to bo present at their first meeting. The following programme was gone through, the items being very successfully rendered : — Recitation, " His First and Only Glass,'1 Miss Richards; recitation, "Daddie used lo Drink," Miss -Florrie' Liiig; " The Swinging Chair," Miss May1 Ling; the audience then sang" Rescue the Perishing"; recitation, "Jessie's Friend," Miss Connie ■Pugh; recitation, " The* Teacher's Reward," Mius Eva Stokes; re citation, '• Lottie," Miss Bhmcho Liug:, song, "Only Tired," Miss Amy Price ; r...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Bowral Police Court. Friday, April 25, 1902. Before Messrs. W. S. Caswell, P.M.; and F. B. Kyngdon, J.P. Phyllis Sarah' Vickery v. Henrj' E. Vickery, charge of wife desertion. Mr. Pain (of Gale and Pain) appeared for plaintiff; The defendant pleaded that he was without means. Phyllis Sajrah Vickery deposed that she was the wife of Henry Vickery, and resided at Bowral; dedenda,nt was the person against whom she m,ade the charge; they were married on the 4th October, 1901, in'> Sydney, and produced the- marriage certificate; defendant had not made a home for heir since the mar riage; he promised before marriage that he wou,ld do. this; she had asked him since to, make a home for her, and he said he could not'as lie had no. money. : To the P.M.: He had never supported her. since the marriage, nor had he con tributed to, the support of the child. Plaintiff continuing, said-she was living with her motile? ;. they had been keeping company for two years prior to marriage.; defendant liv...

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"Ben Hur." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

" Ben Har," The limolighfc enlcrtammonfc entitled, " Beu Ilnr," which was given in the Bowral School of Arts on Wednesday evening last, was a succ bs boll) from a spectacular and financial point of view. The Imll was crowded, the fame of tho wonderful book which formed tho grand work upon which the lecture was based, being no doubt responsible for such a largo attendance. Then agnin, tho* Kev. A. J. Soper has gained, a very high reputation as a lecturer, and the lantern which lie carries with him ia one of the most powerful in the State. The audience, however, were prevented from viewing tho pictures through this lantern owing to a slight accident having occurred to the instrument. But tho Rev. M. Maddern promptly stepped into the breach, and kindly offered the ubo of his lantern, which offer was accepted. Mr. Maddern further assisted by acting ag Internist, and the pictures produced wero very clear and distinct. To those who had previously read the booky the soenea de picted ou the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

IP fta MIOSIS® CHALLEBBE. Hair Tonie ccrr-rrcrj} r*£y.v.stered| W-'TOJt, being*desirous of having av"hlii* »ia«!e to nrovp the infallibility , u or lite nouM.'imous Ilnfr Restorer, known as 8 Jhdr Toiii-j, is prepared to timt any fl (;enf.!enmn IrtmMed wiLli absolute lialdncs9 (it is immaterial of how ldnpf standing) free ol t!h;ww tor a period of 12 or 10 weeks, aii'l guarar.iro* in that tin?" to produce Hair ij i;»:!v.<« Itm^tby tlw aid oi Capllln aiono, used nixMtvliu-.r ui't'-c <1 ire.*tI'>mk suji|>lletl with every bottle) on the acn!p af»'e<!tod by babbies*; failing1 which, h'/j.-j pri.'pnrt'ii to Jorfrib to the Sydney ifo^pilai the muiu of ii*J5 .sterling. The condi tion.? to bo1«t—-Tluifc acomiuitt.cc of 0 Sydney medical mini, ok- v/ett-known Sydney gentlemen, ho appointed to substantiate the fact of Capilla Uawni? done what we claim for it, 2iulw-Tliat ilia Keulibiiun upon whom the test is to bo nmilc hu3 upon the scalp a down or., slig...

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FARM AND GARDEN WINTER' FODDER AND SHELTER FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

• FARM'-AND GARDEN WINTER' FODDER AND SHELTER FOR" DAIRY CATTLE. At this season (says theAgricultural Gaz ette) dairy farmers will bo bard at work in the effort to provide in what may appear to each to be tho best direction ample supplies pf winter fodder. Already in mnny distiicts there has been enough light nun to permit of cultural proparutious fQr crops like oats; barley, wheat, rye, alone or in combination with tares, or peas, or vetches, and also for many other catch crops like cabbages, tur nips, rape, mustard, and clovers which may be relied upon to furnish under even ralher indifferent conditions a fair bite of fodder to pull tho herd—milkers, dry cows, and young stock—through a stiff pinch. This is the time, too, to have a go at Iho paddocks and got tho hard cowpata broken up and scattered over the land. One of the best ways of doing this is to turu a few hungry pigs iuto tho area just after a day's rain, whon the manure is sodden and : fri able. The pigs in search of cric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

AUTHENTIC' MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWING.'—Dr. Osborne say a : I use SANDER , & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as ft spray for ; nasal'catarrh, toyf. fever, asthma, &o., with, gre&j; !success. I find this preparation' superior, to all 1 others." Dr. Stahl i " I hare used various prepar , ations of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from SANDER & SONS'EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than. • from apy other.'! Dr. Preaton : "Inover use any :Eucalytu9 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 best in the market.'! In influenza, all 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 spurious preparations, which arc some times supplied by unscrupulous, dealers.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

WE STAND UNBEATEN1 Enquire at the sbop for Oar Price; More- trying elsewhere. 0ijr Fiarures will be found to compare with any house in Town> and in the majority of cages the comparison will be, iu our favor. y?e haven't got two prices* We sell at bedr.ock every time. ffhe speciality, about our prices is that they they are always lowt Grlenmore House. Bowral. F0R ACCORDEONS from 8/6, poit free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. GGHGERT'.NAS ' from 4/6 post free. Write for catalogues, ' it will pay you. Anglo-German • and English CONCERTS HAS from 25/-, post free. ; Write for catalogues, il will ' pay you. 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 1 ^ill pay you. GUITARS from 12/6. Write for cata lpRacs, it will pay you, BANJOS MEN.-, by the best makers. Writo for catalogues,-' It will pay you. AUTO-. HARPS; from 12/6. Write for cata logues, it will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Baby's Couan Most Neveb Linger.—Nothing is moia distressing than to see a helpless little Infant suffering with a cough, and to be fearful of using a remedy which may contain Borne harmful ingre dient. The makers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy positively guaranty that this preparation doe's not contain opium in any form, or any other harmful substance. Mothers may confidently give this remedy to their little ones. It gives prompt roliof and is perfectly safe. It always cures and cures quickly. I). Morgan, Chemist, Lowral, sells it. ' ' . "'

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The Crookwell Railway [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

'The Crookwell Railway The Hon. J. Perry declared the new line of railway between..'Gonlbum: and Crookwell open for traffic on Tuesday last. The railway has just been con structed by the Works Department, after an agitation by the people of Crook well and surrounding district some 19 years. The length'of the line is 35 miles 49 chains, and the cost of construction was ^153.945. There are eight stations altogether, the line passing through un dulating country.' A special train con ducted the Ministerial party and other prominent public men from Goulburn to Crookwell, where the official opening took place, in the presence of some 1500 people. . An excellent luncheon was par taken of afterwards, about 100 persons being seated at the tables. The toasts of the King, Parliament, the Ministry, the member for Argyle, and success to the railway were duly honored. The toast of the chairman concluded the proceedings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

take: S'S ONE DOSE BELIEVES, ■*3- ask YOUR GROCER. FOR IT, For coughs, COLDS, and all Cliest Complaints. PRICE "J p. 6d

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