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

SECOND HAND FUBNITUKE bought or roM. J. G00DF13LL0W and CO. 12J3 BON'T FORGET!—Fire Brigade ANNUAL BALL, May 23rd, Moss Vale, Hall. A. •ELLIOTT, Secretary. 1237 ~B' OST on Friday ni^ht in Merrij;nnf>-St,rect be II J twecn Beiuionlev nnd Bonn Uon.i-strcet, n BLACK OST1UCH FGATITEU BOA. Reward on returning to " Brov.'onfjle," Merrigang-street. 1282 MADAME ALBENA, I'ulmi.-t nnd Clairvoyant. Reliable advice on business. Speculation, Courtship, etc. Privnto sittings daily, opposite Morris, Auctioneer. Feus—Ludics 2/0, Gentlemen a/0. 1280 EVERYBODY who can (farmers espeoially) should plant a few CABBAGE plants-be very acceptable later on. We havo tbousando of nice plants. Send for a few. Is per hundred.— \COPE & SONS, Bowral. 'Under new management. "v \ FOR SALE.—Two young COWS in full milk, very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, and ono CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. Also light double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS. ■ 'Apply J- W. NORMAN, Butcher, Jiowral. MB. W.N. WILLIS, M.Ii.A.,...

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Enthronement of Bishop Barlow. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

SntSsroEement of Bishop Barlow. The Right Rev. C. G. Barlow, D.D., Bishop-elect of Goulburn, arrived by the afternoon trajn on Tuesday, and was con ducted, -in company with a number of Church dignitaries, .to St. Saviour's Cathedral, where an appropriate thanks giving service was held. The enthrone ment took, place on Wednesday morning j in the Cathedral. Among those present were the Archbishop and Bishops of Riverina and Gotilburnj attended by their chaplains, Revs. J-Iv Saumarez Smith, Canon Spencer, and J. Ward; Deans Marriott (Bathurst), and PownalJ (Young) ; Revs. E. S. Wilkinspn (Bovv ral), and 30 other clergymen. The choir was strengthened by a number of local musicians, and by 10 boys belonging to the Moss Vale church choir. The en thronement was performed by Dean Pownall. After this the Archbishop preached a sermon, in the sourse of which he spoke highly of Bishop"i3arlow's Jife and work. He welcomed hiiu to the province of New South Wales, and com mended him to the sympath...

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B.D. Gum Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

IS. 0. Gum Club. A pigeon match under tlio auspices nf the Jjerriina district (run Club look plnce on Wednesday afternoon last on the club's ground, winch is situated between Dowral and Moss Vale. Some »ood shooting was witnessed notwithstanding the inclemency of tho weather. Souie 19 . shooters took part, all hating second nomina tions. The prize was divided between seven on account of failing at the end. Mr. C. Kerry gavo satisfaction as refer,oe. The socres are as follows :— 1st Nomination. * Locksley, 31yds Peadican, 25,yds ... * Kosciusko, 29yds Paterson, 29yds ... J. Badgery, 24yds... Borham, 21yds ... W. Wade, 24yds ... Fitz-Hill, 80yds ... G. Modini, 26yds ... R. G. Bum, 24yds Ij. Walford, 26yds H. T. Walker, 21yds * Henri, 27yds J. Hamilton, 2Gvds S. Underwood, 21yda EL. O. Garter, 27yds Cnmpbell, 28yds ... W. Murray, ,27yds *Mcdliam, 21yds ... 211112111 9 111211111 9 121112121 9 111111111 9 111112121 9 111112112 9 111111212 9 22110 5 11110 . 4 2210 8 2110 8 112Q 8 110 2 20...

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Railway Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Railway Inijwrovements. Americans, who certainly ought to know if experience teaches anything, are prophesying that in. a few years, the old type of rail way collision will be a thing of the past, and that telescoped carriages, freight trucks smashed to splinters and alLthepther familiar details of accidents to-day will. soon rank among the '.'.has beens." The revolution is to be wrought by the substitution, of steel for wood. In fact, on all the first class American, lines the old time wooden passenger and freight cars have" already been "discarded, and coaches of pressed steel, braced and : riveted' to stand alL: conceivable shocks, have "taken their place. Practically they are .unbreakable, and though more ex pensive and at least a third heavier than the onjes they have superseded, they are said to earn their cost both by saving '..' accident liabilities " and by their longer lease of activity^ ' There were 42 deaths from smallpox in London last week. It's a Well-Assorted M-atoii...

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MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURT. " The following municipal appeal cases were heard , at the . close of the police court, on Friday, before Messrs. Caswell • and Kyngdon;^ - C. C. Gale, owner of'house and land in Queen-street. Reduced from ^"8 3s iod to £8. C, C. Gale, owner of shop and land in Bong Bong street. Reduced, from £\a 10s 6d to £10 1 os. Mrs. Fnnston, land in Park-street. Re .du'ced from £12 10s to £6 5s. Mrs. Funston, land in Park-street. Re dticed from £.\ 10s to £3. 'Mrg. Fnnston,. land- in Funston-street. Reduced frqm £1 to 25s. • " Mrs. Eunstqn, land in Belmore-street. ■ Reduced from £1 to 20s. Mrs. Fnnston, brick house and land in Eiong Bong street. Assessed: at £36 ; assessment upheld. John Holmes, brick house in Merri gangTstreet. Reduced from £29 5s to £25 15s. : John Holmes, brick house in Merrigang street. Reduced from £29 5s to ^23 jos. John Holmes, brick ;house in Merri gang-street. Reduced from £zg 5s to £23 10s. P•:*L. C. Shepherd, house and land in Bendopley-strpet...

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

• OATAnr.n ja Ahvays Tnc Rbbclt of -a. neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will riot-cure catarrh, but will cure the cold and so prevent that digngreenble malady. This remedy not only relieves, the local irritation of tjvc throat and Iun^s. but' re moves tho c'ausps of" tho "diseased condition. It leaves the system in a . natural and, healthy -condi tion. It always cures and euros quickly. D. Mor • (?an, Chemist, Uowt'al,Veils it. .. . >*•

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

and- 'I; Society■>, ' The', monthly meeting was bold at tha, Royal .Hotel', Moss Vale,, on..Monday after [liDoi]. .There waa. a, good altondaned of - membera present (Mr. H. \V. Taylor in the, i chair). ' The miuutos of tlio last meeting, were read and confirmed; Correspondence. An npology for non-attendance was rc». ceived-from Mr. J. AV; Cunningham. Mr. C. W. MurKclcri, of Bowral,-wrote as. follows De^r Mr. Yea,—Tho . rumour, that niv oKhibit was ordered out of the ring, at the recent show by ojio of your horse steward in without foundation. I have no, complaint whutever agninat your aociety'. I have always received, the greatest courtesy, from'yourself and your brother officials.— Yours truly, 0. W.. Marsden,—James Yeo^ Esq.hon. sec., B.D.A.II. aud I. Society," Moss Vale.-29/3/02." V" r\ The following ' letter was also received, i dated Burrndoo, £9th March, 1902-:—"J.' Yeo, Esq.:—Sir,—Iu last Wednesday's issua of the Bowral Free Press I noticed that at the meeting of the comm...

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W.C.T.U. Railroading with Christ. Faithful unto death. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

W. c. T. U. 1 Railroading with Christ. Faithful unto death. Smoothly and. swiftly, drawn by one of, the newest anil most powerful locomotive^, on the road, the morning express, of which John Bouton was tbo proud engineer, rushed along over mile after mile of level,' solid rbad:bed. Benton's spirits rose the higher the farther his pet engine, number. 805, flew down the line, • Now, it happened that while the express. \yas, running along through the rough country, jnst wost of Orange Junction, a.' hot box on one of the cars caused a delay of. ten minotes. The. road was a single track [ line, with no blocks to protect it, and ;,flagmeu were hurried out at once, in both directions. The delay was a tryinq; experi ence for Bfenton> who .p_ridad himself on the regularity of his runs. However, the trouble was finally remedied, the flagmen were called, in, and. the heavy train began Blowly, yet doggedly, to ascend the long, curving grades of Giant Mountain'. And so it came about that, whe...

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Senior-Constable Gallagher. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

Senior - Constable Gallagher. At the conclusion of business at the Bowral police court on Friday morning last, Senior-Constable Gallagher's early departure from Bowral formed the sub-, ject of some congratulatory remarks by the P.M. and other gentlemen present. Mr. W. S. Caswell, P.M., desired to express his high appreciation of Senior Constable Gallagher's services during the number of years in which he had been brought in contact with him in Moss. Vale, Mittagong, and Bowral. He looked upon hjm as a capable, zealous, and most effi cient o/Ijcur^ and he was particularly struck with his courtesy at all. times.. Much adverse criticism had been made, regarding Senior-Constablp Gallagher's, action in the recent J^etfortf Park cases. Gna tiling he. was sure o.f, that persons-, would not lend themselves hurriedly to, prtl;er similar transactions. The. 1?.MV \yished hi/n every success, and. that lie, would yet stand higher in the estimation, of his superior officers. Mr. p. B. Kyngdon, J....

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

IMPORTANT TO MINERS. KIDNEY TROUBLES AND. MALARIAL FEVER "Warwick, Queensland, May 28, 1901..: Sir,—DouhtioBS you will he glad to rcceive an other testimony to the. efficacy of your valuable1 remedy YITADATIO. - About 12 months ago I went to the Ebagoolah Goldfields, and hence to New Guinea, full of health opd hope, but it was not long. before I:becam6 a victim to tbat fearful climate which completely un dermined my health. I was treated in Northern . Queensland in two hospitals without success, finally •and with difficulty that would take too long, to detail, I readied Brisbane when I secured your remedy, which I am glad to say at once producrd a ; mjigical effeot and ultimately restored rae. to health ; j and "vigor. I am delighted to be able to write thus, and; «quid suggest that you publish, this in the papers, c.ircqlating in New Guinea where I; am, bo well known. I am not a dootor, but I: believe my trouble was.a sovero disorder of'the kidneys caused-by. and at ■te'ided with m...

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THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1902

THE POPE. The Pope.has the fullest confidence in his own longevity, and in this connection an interesting anecdote is. related. A young journalist: had-secured the privilege of presentation to his Holiness. -. Asked what attracted him, a.Protestant journal-. ist1, to the Eternal City,' the : yoiing man: blurted out that he was there to prepare for the conclave. " Then," replied the Pontiff, '^.you may take a long holiday! for, there will be no.conclaye for ' a, good; time tOiCqme." • On another,; occasion a French'Bishop'was making- his visit ' ad lamina/ Ontaking leave of the- Iloly Father he expressed' the fear .that this would be rhis. last' farewell,; as,' at-'the Pope's, great, age, he could -hardly; expect to, find- him in the chair of St . Peter when .' he made his next canonical visit. And whendo.you hope to come to us; agajn■?" ssked the Pope, 'iAIas h Holy Father," replied the Prelate,: 'f It may not" be till seven;whole years are.past,"- 'Mf so God spare .your.life, my br...

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

THE GENERAL PRINTING WORKS Is TClie. Place, to. leave. all- Your Printing. BEST CLASS: 0F- WORK; AT' - LOWEST' POSSIBLE PRICES. FROM A VISITING CAKD TO A POSTER, WE; guarantee Our Worl^ -CHEAP,. • QUICK, ' NEAT;.:' and. .CLEAN'. Your favor of A Trial Solicited. Don't go"to tile "Wrong, Place. OUR NEW" ADDRESS. IS; On the Halt, QpP; HILL 13 R OTHERS;, BRING ALL YOUR.PRINTING? TO THE. i v FREE PRESS OEEIGE, BOWRALj. RAILWAY INFORMATION.. . Passenger trains arrive tit TJowral from. Sydney ' 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays exocpted j 7.87 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday csceptcd; 11.12 a.m., Saturday only ' ; 12.55-p.m. daily, Sunday excepted ■ 5.38 p.m., Saturday only : 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excoptodj 9.28 p.m., Saturday only, Passenger trains Icnvo Bowral tor Sydney. :r— 3.0 a.m. daily, Monday, excepted G.oG a.m. Sunday only, Btops Mittngong and] Stratlifield only 7.3 a m, daily, Siffiday excepted. 8,32 a.m. claily, Sunday and Monday exceptod^ stops Alittagcmg and Stratbfi...

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ADD TO HOME COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

ADD TO . HOME COMFORT. By lightly brushing the sashes of windows and lintels of doors wi'Ji paraffin to keep o«t impudent in truders in the shape of flies and other insects. By keeping the air of the room pure by proper ventilation-. .To do this _iher windows must be open both top anu Doftom.1 •*~u- " (l By having meals punctually served and varied in character. By observing order and method in all household arrangements. By saving scraps of bread, placing them in the oven till dry, then rol ling them into fine crumbs, with* which to decorate cold-boiled ham or convert into puddings, &c., at a mo ment's notice. By making your carpets new and fresh looking, through the use of new ly cut grass, in place of the more usual tea-leaves. ■ ^ Mrs. Ondego ( making a call ) :" I am sorry to hear you are having i trouble with your cook." j Mrs. Upjohn : " Yes, I shall have to | let Selena go ; I didn't mind -her practising on the piano now and then but she wants to join our tennis club...

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HINTS FOR HOT DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

HINTS FOR HOT DAYS. When the weather is hot, do not worry and grumble about it. You Will only get hotter. Rather try to keep calm—therefore cool. ' Remem ber the system cannot stand! the same strain in hot weather as: it can when'in midwinter, so if you', can go in' for active amusement, like tennis and cycling, indulge only in moder ation. Walk calmly, too, and do not tear along as you would if snow were on the ground. Do not throw off all I woolen "neathies". It is pleasant to feel cool linen next the skin, but it is the safei; plan to wear thin woven underwear. Soft muslin blouses are much cooler than starched cottons, which latter prevent free ventilation, and induce heat. If at all workable; girls and women should make a point of taking a siesta in the early afternoon. More sleep is required in hot weather than in cold weather;' as there is more waste of the body. Sponge the whole body every day or have a cold or tepid bath in the morn ing, and a warm one at least once a week.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

GREAT BICYCLE SALE ■ NOW. ON AT A. W. BEER'S CYCLE DEPOr* Bowral. No Reasonable Offer Refused. HOUSE-PAINTINC, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders Promptly Attended tot Alfred Lees, MERRIGANG-ST., (Workshop Opposite Milton House, Bowral). SEEDS, nllkincls ; FRUIT TREES ;. SH11UBS . BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK* " E'XS, TllAIN PAID, 10s. _ ... ^ • . A. LANSDOWNE" & CO., * . ■ ■ Uoultmm. A- W. Beer has Bikes for Hire. TO MEN. Write for free copy of valuable book about yourselves, your health, your happiness, your future. It contains a lull exposition of the human system ntid the remedies adopted. No need to consult doctors. Posted freo in seakd envelope. Every mini should reail it. Address—G. Specific, 639 Elizabeth-street North Melbourne. ■ TO LADIES. No need to oonBult doctors or chemists. The remedies you require in your own hands. Write for free-copy of valuable book about yourselves, your health, you* welfaro. Every woman,sh...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

BOWIlAti MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets ever; alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, nt 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, Jro'rn 10 to 12, a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Friday's, 3 to 5 p.m. " Alderman W. Murray, Mayor. Mr, W. R, Farrow, council clerk.

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger trains arrive at TJowral {rom Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paptjr Train) daily, Sunday exoepted 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.ui,, Saturday only Passenger trains leavo Bowial for Sydney :— 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 0.56 a.m. Sunday only,'stops Mittagong and Strathlield only . 7,3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m."daily, Sunday and Monday excepted! stops Mittagong and Strathlield only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton,. Gronvillo, and Strathfield only. . 1.3d p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

BRING ALL YOUR PRINTING . TO THE' . . . ■ - ' FREE PRESS OFFICE, BOWRAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

Cash Sale ! Cash Sale ! BOWRAL. lor EIGHT DAYS ONLY, Commencing FRIDAY, April 25. MOW that the Revision of the Federal Tariff lias been completed, SILL BROS, have deoided to give their customers another chance to lay in a WINTER STOCK' at SALE PRICES. In many instances the dreaded Tariff is either totally abolished or not nearly so heavy as originally proposed, and therefore buyers need not longer curtail thbir purchases. We have fixed SPECIAL PRICES iu every department for this Sale, in order that everyone may be satisfied. Here are a few o[ our Prices for Cash :— , At HILL DRAPERY. Clearing out Salo of Summer Stock, to enable ns to opqp np our Winter Stock which has arrived and will be open for inspection during the first week in May, For the presont we would draw your atten tion to the following i— Lovely lot of Prints and Mercerised Lawns from 4}d to 7d per yard A aheap line of Turkish Towels Ojd, and Honey ., , comb Towels 4Jd _ ' Ladies large Holland Aprons from Is' 3d Ektra'l...

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OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

OTHER LANDS. The census of Mexico's population takes into account eleven Indian lan guages. About one half of the Japanese railways .are owned and run by the government. Some of the paper made in Corea is so strong and dense, that it, is used to cover umbrellas. In Southern and Midland England 30,000 women spend their lives in driving and steering the canal boats. In time of war France puts 370 out of every 1,000 of her population in the field ; Germany, 310 ; Russia, 210. At Isleworth are tomato glass houses GOOft. long and 40ft. wide. They are cultivated by horse and plough. It is stated that the men who live on the mountain ranges of California are notable for their remarkably re tentive memories. Many miners and quarrymen make pocket-money, by collecting and sel ling fossils. The collieries near Barnsley are full of beautiful, fern im pressions. In the village of Mill beck, near Kes wick,* is a most curious freak of Nature. Two trunks rise on each side of a spring of clear water...

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