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

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH, KNOWING.—Dr. Osborne says:. I; use SANDER & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT^as.a spray, for nasal catarrh, low, fever, a.atbma, <&o., with, great, success. I flpd. tbis. preparation superior to all others." Dr. Stahli " I havo used various prepar ations of Eucalyptus, but I get better results from 1 SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI. EXTRACT than, i from any other.". ' Dr.' Preston " I. never, use any, 'Euoalytus preparations other than SANDER' it'. 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 lprig trouble, diptheria, diarrhcea, dysentery, kidriey.co.niT' plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &c., it is invaluable. Sue that you get SANDER & SONS', and rejeot spurious preparations, which arc sope-' times supplied by unscrupulous dealers.

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

■MARSTON'S". . V ~ Sale. Sale. - ** FOR 14 DAYS, TO COMMENCE APRIL 30. ALL SUMMER GOODS AT SPECIAL ■ CLEARING; PRICES. . Prints 2d, 3-Jd, 4^d, 5i'l. All at greatly teduced prices. White Apron Dowlas, wide,- 41I Turkish Towels, 4^-d — Honeycomb. Towels, large size, 4id Large Aprons, is. and is. 4d. Velvet Hats (Ladies') is, worth'3s. Children's White Washing Bonnets Reduced^ Black Alpaca, doubleWidth, 1 id Lovely Figured. B.lac\c A'paca is 5d, is 6d, is iod. Black French Cashmere 2s, worth 2s.4$d Boys'Felt Hats is 4d. Straw Hats from 4$d. FLANNELS All Wool 9§d, iofd. REAL New Zealand Flannels from is 2-Jd, reduced prices. BLANKETS . at Reduced Prices for 14 days. Don't Forget, Prices are for Sale Days. BUY WOW. C0 ±> o mLm W 03 CD w o (-H & Q a u P Q W M N 5 2 "P (/))-< flt W *2- <U '■ _E2 • i2 en 73 .t3 ' <u o 2*-w 32 O co h in tn _ >. CO o cq C 13 « <" ^ 00 S 3 pq v-9 CO CD ce. CO > «c cat 0= THESE PRICES WILL SELL THEM. ...

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

Jinks : " How's your wife, Binks? " ''Binks : " Her head troubles her a good deal." " Neuralgia ? U " No she wants a New hat." Theatre Manager: "I can't use your play, sir, it is too long for the stage.':' : Amateur Playwright: "But, I say. look.here— aw ! ■ Can't you lengthen, the stage, you know? " '

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittugong, and Robertson. Wednesday, April, 30, 1902. NEWS AND NOTES. THE SHIPPING COMBINE., [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

THE FREE- PRESfr Published in Bowral, Mittugong, anil Robertson. Wednesday, April, 30, 1902. NEW® AND; NOTES. (Bv "Penman."), THE SHIPPING COMBINE., The. American Shipping Combine, which has at its h$ad Mr,.-Pierpont Morgan, the American mnUfejniUionaire't. is causing conr sidprable alum, in England. It is feared that the qorabina.tion will deprive, the British Admiralty of the fastest subsidised crujsera in the event of war, while Germuny retains.the control of her lings. The com-, bine will no. doubt be beneficial; to, thp shipping companies concerned, aB, the for-, midftblebarripr, of keen competition removed, exhobitant pricts. may be demanded and obtained for passeuger, service.. But there is; another. aide to- the question. The coixjbiu§ being of American origin, presided oyer, by an. American, mopey. kjng, whose power over, the igostorn, nation is. unlimited, he'will.naturally wish to,make the combine. American, also. The. British, nation is opening its eyes wide at this- asp...

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Rainfall in Bowral since 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

Rainfall in Bowral since 1888. —: —-fx)—' Through the courtesy of Mr. J. D. Sherriff, Postmaster, Bowra), we are enabled to furnish our readers with" {he rainfall registered at Bowral since 1888. It will be seeiv that last year (1901) was the dryest; since. i888,. find the first few months of the present year, have been even'dryer still than were the corresponding nionths of!' last year. The following, is the record referred to;— ■ 18S8 1889. 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901' 1902 January 3 01 4 46 7 25 3 83 ' 6'31' 4; 73 10.76 1 55 2 27 4 42 0 77 2 01 3 42, 2 84 Fobruavy lit 1 23 14 65 1 61 1 58 •2.95 1 85 •1 20 5/89 1 39 10 82 0 08 , 2' 18 0 50 0 23 March 0 43 0 82 19 30 * 1 96 4 42 17 29 15 92 3 24 8,58 0 38 1-43 ? 26 403 3 65 .1 91 Aph' 0 71 2 56 3 12 4 67 4 74 4 31 3 03 1 40 0 32 4 87 0 29' 2 74' 4 32 2 5!) May 0 66 9 38 2 59 1 52 2 14 1 81 0 73 0 79 3 87 3 66 3 02. 2 04 12 00 0 36 Juno 0 78 2 17; 7 31 20 10 0 64 5 33 .2 76 0'3&' 8'56 6 51 5 3...

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JUST SUITED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

JUST SUITED IT. A certain divine in New Zealand had a piano o! which he wished to dispose, and which a Iriend, a (fiJctor desired to purchase. Considerable bargaining ensued before the price was agreed upon, and the doctor finally secured the instrument at a price which the divine thought ruin .ously_. low: .TheoHly veh'icle™ift~~the""ttiwir wli iclf would accommodate the piano, when the time came for its removal, was the hearse, and in this it was accord ingly driven to the doctor's house. Down came the doctor to the other in indignation. Why on earth," he asked, " did you act so rediculously and send my piano home in a hearse ? " The divine's eyes twinkled as he re membered their hard bargaining, and he replied : " Why ? Oh, because it was such a dead bargain ! "

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THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

THE WAR;. The cableg announce thai, according to. statistics ooropiled at Pretoria, the total Boer losses during 1902; to. datq a,mount to. 5888. To the pro-Boor these figures will .n'q, doubt form groundfor much advecs§. criticism. He will i\rgno that the tptnl nutim ber of fa'alities recorded is inconsistently small \yhen we, take into consideration the vast number of British troops engaged in pursuing the war. But to all reasonable and right-thinking men this result is pro phetic of a complete subjugation of the country. The encircling movements of Kitcheuer may be slow—they ne^ess^rily nro, considering the peculiar nature c,f the buge battlefield—but they are sure. No a,venne of escape is being left as the huge, army gradually approaches the central point, driving before it the m,era baudful of Boers, whose mountain fastnesses will not much longer shelter them from the stern band of justice. Should the chances of peace bo rejected, England will not rest till every rebel i3 force...

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

WANTED-2000 BHICKS, delivered n't Bnrra doo, near Btstion. Prico to H. HAHHIS, JSurradoo. 1292 >EER'S CASH BICYCLE DEPOr.-This bosi ncsg is still carried on at ibo Fren PreB9 OfGoo, Bowral,.—Bicycles Bought, Sold, Ecohanged, Repaired, Flired oat. Lesson!) given in riding.' Ac cessories Stocked. A Trial Solicited. EVERYBODY who can (farrnerB especially) should plant a few CABBAGE plants—be very acceptable later on. We have thousands of nieo plants. Send for a few. Is per hundred.— COPE <& SONS, Bowral. Under new management. FOB SALE,—Two young GOWS in full milk, very quiot. AIbo one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, arid ono CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. ^Uso light doublflrseated BUGGY and HABNESS. Apply J- W- NORMANi Bqtoher, Bowral. IMPOUNDED at Bowral from a W. Roberts' grass paddocks, known as Crisp's farm, Oxley's Estate, on April 18th, 1002, by Mr. G. W. Roberts, one small COW or IIEIFER, red and white, largo star; brash of tail white; rathor shy; about three or four ye...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

THE RABBIT PEST. Everyone will agree that ono of- tno worst enemies to. the squatter and the pastoralist in this State is. tbe rabbit. Despite every endeavor to, eradicate this peat, tbe numbers are growing with alarm ing. rapidity, aud tbe grass, where any exists, which should come in for feeding, the , starving stock of the land, is being greedily; devoured by " bunny," Wbat is needed is the discovery of a means, of eradicating the' rabbit pest—at least thp Mansfield (Via.) Shire Council thinks so, and tbey suggest that the Victorian Government offer n re ward; of £100,000 for. s-ach a bopn. They; contend that the offer would set the world thinking, and that the result would in all probability be. the bringing to light of.-a method whioh. would; rid- Victoria of the pest. This sng»estion. was very favorably: ipoeiveck bjr the Broadford shire.councillor,s: being of opinion that it would be wcrth - more than £100,000 to'the State if the pest wer§. erad.ica.ted. The. local M.P. is to...

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

Catarrh is Always iie Result of a neglected col i. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will not care, catarrh, but. will-cure tbe.cold and so prevent that disagreeable malady, This remedy not only relieves thp local.irritation of the throat and lungs, but re mpves ihq- causes of the diseased condition. It leaves.the system,in a natural and healthy condi tion, It always cures and cures quickly. D. Mor gan, Chemist, Bowial,sellsit.

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LEMON SQUASH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

LEMON SQUASH. Delicious lemon squash is made by putting ' a tablespoonful of lemon syrup in a tall glass, then filling up with soda water. A lump of ice must be added and a few strawberries or raspberries dropped in will make it look very inviting. The lemon syrup - can be bought, or can be made at home by boiling the thin rind of a lemon in a pint of water, with four ounces of sugar,: until it is reduced about, one-third, then adding the juice of four lemons. Strain and bottle.

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Painful Accident. A FALL FROM A LOAD OF CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

Painful Accident. A PALL. FROM A. LOAD QBV. CHAFF: On Mtmday afternoon Mr. W; Bi Wood,' of Bowral, mat with a, very, painful accideut/ He was at thu time engaged in cartipg chaff for Mr. T; Cope. At the Imperial Hptel: corner the, bags of- chaff, which, had' bpen rather over-loaded, began to show signs of loosening,; ir^doed several bags, fell to the ground, and others seemed, lively to. fall for-' ..vyard on to the horses. At this, stagq Wood: propeeded to take atepi to secure, the load more firmly with a. rope,M.r. ft. Robert sou assisting him. ' Having, fastened, tlje rope to the front of thp -lgrry, Mr. \yopd , climbecl to, thp top. of the loa.d and began, tq tighten it by a succession of vigorous pulls. The amount of energy infused inlo tliis task proved too much of a strain on the chordl which possessed; a wojjc spot, and it snap ped. With the foica obtaiued: from, thiaj s.udden, snapping as' a, first- impetus, Mr; iWood fell backward^ over the load on to the street below, gai...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

TFhey Say. That the now, golf 1 in lea in Biwral are. a. groat improvement on the old links. That the players roll tip, in goodly num.-, bet's. , That the match with the, Sydney team to. be.played sliorilyisliould be a good one, and; nttract a huge attendance. : Tlitvt the Bpwr'al team hns a few big bit-' i ters. ' i That the yoting.inen wniling.on the cor i ner for their Sydney girla:ktely were nicely i " had." Tbat'! Sandie " was running all over, the town after them, but failed in. bis attempt to.Bpd. them; That he will have better lncU next time, as the next lime ho.is '! bad.'* he won't be had,11 That the winter bas set iu in real earnest judging by the lust few. days.: That we will soon'hear- the punt of the football.. : ^ That a mpfch is to.be played- to-day, but uome.say it i£ only a" have." That 'f ^ic " is to be cap'ain, and ..w.ill.be the right man iu the right place. '' That he is. to be ably supported; by Wobbly " and Mr. Kilkalkikock. That the Gib paddock is a. grand"p...

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INTERESTING LINEN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

INTERESTING LINEN WORK. Nearly every woman likes to. take? some kind of fancy work with licit when she goes for a holiday. Bed spreads, pram-covers, cushions, "etc., of linen, with (lowers, birds, and con ventional designs, in applique, form work of a very interesting nature. If a bed-spread has been decided upon, make it of nine squares, which cixn be joined together with insertion after they are 'all worked. Draw the de sign (or get a friend to do it for you), on blue linen, then carefully cut out with a very sharp scissors. Paste on to the white linen and buttonhole stitch round. Of course, only the large part of the design slfould be done in applique. The rest; of it must be worked in some effective embroid ery stitch or a variety of them. Suitable transfers can always be .bought, if one cannot draw and no friend who can is at hand.

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THE CHEERFUL DISPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

THE CHEERFUL DISPOSITION. Some people are born with the hap py disposition which always looks upon the bright side, and happy are tlicy who arc so blessed. But it is (Juite possible to cultivate cheerful spirits, and thus get more pleasure and happiness out or life than when you keep the dark side continually in view. Begin your day with the con viction that all you do will turn out wrong, that it will lie crowded; with all sorts of misfortunes, and be sure you will realize your worst fears. Start out with the feeling that all will be well with you, and you will get through the duties of the day in the best possible manner, and ten to one it will turn out to lie a true fore cast. Of course everyone has troubles of one kind or another, but if they are met with a smile on the face and a bright, brave spirit, they will not weigh half so heavily as they would were they welcomed with sad melan choly. The woman who has a cheer disposition can always make the best of things, and there is a...

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FACTS AND FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

FACTS AND FIGURES. Butter is good for the brain. Only 900 people in 1,000,000 die of old age. Most suicides by drowning occur at night. Boiled rabbit is considered a lux ury by the Mexicans. Stammering is almost unknown among the savages. The Icelanders believe that whist ling is as sinful as profanity. There are only 100 negroes m Paris, which lias a population of about 2,550,000. Mexico has a. population of 12,491,573, two-thirds of whom can not read or write. The average.duration of the reign of English monarchs for the last 000 years has been 21 years. The cost of running a-big ocean liner from Liverpool to New York and back is something over £18,000 During the last century the Bible was translated into 350 languages, which nine-tenths, of the human race can read. A half century ago the labour cost in the production of 100 gold hunting watch-cases was £108 ; in 1900 it was only £16. The tiger's strength exceeds that of; the lion. Five men can easily hold down a lion, but nine ar...

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Jonah in a New Light. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

JToriali in a. New In the Melbourne Tou-nTTall on the 18'h iii3tanti, Mr. G>ul, one nf the missioners in connection with the Simultaneous Mission nov/. bfling 1>"H iu that city, in * I ho c.ourse pf na address gave a new version of Jouuh and the wlmle. . " I want to tell vou abont my frihnd tTonah," said Mr. Geil. " I always did like a'hearty, opon man, a man .on . whom voir pan put your finger when yon want him, find find lie is there. God said to Jonah, <'You go nocth-east," and Jonah said, " L won't; I will go sontli-west." ' And then . Jonah 3ot a strobe of philantrophy, and said, " Yon want me .to go north-east',, and I ftm not willing to do it; I will go south west, and pay ray own expenses." (Laugh ter). He was a nine sort of a man-to pay his freight. Well, he paid his fare, nnd went down into the sides of the ship where they carried the freight, stretched himself on his spinal column nnd went to sleep ; and I reckon that lie snored like a North River foghorn...

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FARM AND GARDEN GREEN MANURE CROPS FOR ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 April 1902

FARM AND GARDEN GREIi)N MANURE CROPS FOR ORCHARDS. Mr. Oalob Gambling, of Thovnleigh, writos : " I see by the Agricultural Gazetto (or last month that vetehos are recommend ed by an American writor for green-manur ing orchards. Last winter I sowed rye, vyo and vetches, rye and partridge or grey pons, and in another part peas alone, and my ex perience last winter is that the peas far ex cel the vetches in weight and bulk of foli age. 1 would like to have a reliable chemi pal analysis of these two plants per ton, cut in bloom. I consider green-manuring is the best and cheapest way to enrich our soils, by furnishing it with humus, so that it will retain the ntaisture nuioh longer during the prolonged drought, especially as it ia in this season, as also furnish nitrogen from the ?iir. I have tried a good many green crops , in the summer ; but the lack of rniu inter fores with its growth, so much so that I have never succeeded, in any instance, in getting as good a crop as I would like i...

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

WE STAND UNBEATEN? Enquire at ilie shop for Our Prices before trying elsewhere, ()ur Fjeures will be found to compare with any house in Towr-i. aad in the majority of cases the comparison will be. in o,ur- fayor. ■^"e feaven't got two Prices. We sell- at bedropk every time,, The speciality about our prices is tli^t they/, are. always lo^jr, 9, r-Tl G Ion more House, Bq^raL PAUNGi'S f£ ACCORDEONS from 8/61 post free. Write for catalogues it will pay you. CONCERTINAS from 4/6-.post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. Anglo-German ' and English CONCERTINAS from 25/-, post free. Write for catalogues, it will pay you. MOUTH ORGANS from 34. Write for catalogues. It will P*y you. VIOLINS from 5/- Wrjte for,, catalogues, it W'll p?y, you. MANDOLINS from 25/- Write for catalogues, it will pay you, GUITARS from 12/6. Write for cata lofMes, it will'pay you. Everything known In Music, Best Quality at th,6.Lowest Prices. BANJOS from 25/' ' Write for cata logues, It wlli p*yk. you. FLUTE...

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

HAIR TO'NIQ. I r'stniw till' tl.uk (rum kai.u.vl! 'ami cir-.-.'f: i" ij.'iv; t l.uvij yi'c" timc.u'il.i.a is i'koi'i;k ...i :m!n imum sii.ky w'.fi m'.-s !:>v. V«>i tl[ il.ril CANXilT icxi -ki. v IT i.k rv.\ vi:; t.tl S'll I'll. PI I.N !i:i!| (it:.-- di.ui'i.il.i,- .i! liviis nit ivl"w>r. ko:!e. Sydiiey T n'lts: isliMtl" Up to Pate Boot Making. W. SiliTH, Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, BowraJ. All ltinrln of best work made to measure. JTnnd sewn Hoots made to order. Best Repairs in town. Ladies' Pumps turned. Children's School Hoots mndu to measure at Store Prices. Qood Work and Best Material guaranteed. Repairs done kiuuo day if required; FRUIT AND COHFSOTIOHERY. MRS. sTsMiTH, Frost's Buildings, Bong . Bong-Street, Bowral. TV/1 US. SMITH specially inyitcR inspection ot her 13JL largo and varied Btocic of CHOICE CONFECTIONERY for Cliristmns trade. All kinds of summer drinks on hum]. HER CELEBRATED ICE ORE AM EVERY SAT 0 liDAY EX CELLS . A LL OTH I'iliS. ' 1001 suffer a...

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