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W. C. T. U. Railroading with Christ.—Continued. FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

W. C. T. U. Railroading with Cln-iat.—Con tin nod. FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. It was narrated how the catastrophe, bad as it wns, would have been farAvorBu if it bad not been for the splendid heroism of. Benton, the engineer of the express, who had struck to bis cab to the last, and only lived a halMioijr after huviug been ex tricated, lior/ibly scalded as lie was, from under the debris of the wreck; It wits mentioned, too (with a few editorial comments of strong commendation). that fho dyin^ on«ineer lind gasped, wlien they laid liim ou a quickly extemporised atrotclior, "FJnif the other train"—meaning-- by that the freight train'which would follow soon. : " But there woro a few details of t.lio event whif;li the newspapers failed to get. Benton's fireman could have told (aa ha did- tell Mary Benton, t.lio newly-madd widow) linw the tor tured sufferer, hud murmured, just before he died Bid my Mary trust in 'God, Tell iny h'ttle joe to be a man.';" - • -•When word! of the accident was wir...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Spoils of the Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Spoils of the Deep. By A BANKER. From tinio to time expeditions nro organised in search of sunken treasure ; old-time galloons laden full with gold and precious stones from the Spanish main, the long savings of the despoiled Aztccs ravoned of all they possessed by tlioso plundering old buccancera ; mail steamers bringing consignments of the samo coveted metal, though inoro honestly acquired ; ships of war'sunk to the bottoin by stress of weather or by the enemy's projectiles—all en gulfed and resting in the quiet dud placid stretches of the great deep, far away from the influence of the niost fierce storm that may rage abovo them ; and all as silent as death, and, save for the incursions of thoso unsightly, blear eyed monster liugo, donizens of the great deop, seldom seen by mortal man, but nevertheless surely thero—as motionless aud as mute as the vory grave. And what a weird and spoctral scene must the wreck-strewn bottom of the ever-restless ocean present. Those sturdy old galleo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Don't Forget! THE BOWRAL CASH CYCLE DEPOT |s still being carried qn at the free Rpgss Office,. BAKGAINS! BARGAINS! IN BICYCLES AND( BICYCLE SPNDKIKS. For Bilious and Nervous Dicordci's, such as \Vind and I-ain in the Stomach, Si-ck Headache, Giddiness, Kulnessand Swelling after meals, Dizziness anil Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushing} of Il'jnt, Loss of Appetite; Shortness of Breath,' Costiveness; Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frifjlitfid Dreams, and all Ncn-ons and Ticiiiblbig' Sensation's; &c.' TnB riJtsr Dose will giveheuek in/twkntit' minuses." This is no fiction. ' Every sufiorer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, and Xhoy will be acknowledged to be " WORTH A GUINEA: A BOX:". 1 >' BEECIiAM'S PILLS, taken as directed, will quickly restore females to complet? health. They promptly remove any "obstruction or irreg'ularitv'of the system. ' 'For a " Weak Stoaaaoh; Impaired Digestion; Disordered Liver; tlioy net like magic. A few doses will work wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Cash Sale ! Cash Sale 1 BOWRAL. For EIGHT DAYS ONLY, Commencing FRIDAY, April 25. WOW that the Revision of the Federal Tariff has been completed, HILL BROS, have JjX decided to give tlieir customers another chnn.ce to lay in a WINTER STOCK at SALE PRICES. Iu many instances the dreaded Tariff is either totally abolished or not nearly so heavy as originally proposed, and therefore buyers need-not longer cnrtail-their purchases. We have fixed SPECIAL PRICES in every department for this Salo, in. order that everyone may bo satisfied. Here are a fow of our Prices for Cash :— At HILL DRAPERY. Clearing out Sale of Summer Stoolr, 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 wo would draw your' atten tion to the following:— Lovely lot of Prints and Mercerised Lawns from <i$d . to 7d per yard A cheap line of Turkish Towels GJd, and Honey comb Towels 'ljd LadieB large Holland Aprons from Is 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Ping pong has been introduced at the Robertson School of-Arts. Lavinia, Queenof Tonga, has just died, aged 25 years: She was a direct descen dent of Tuitogas, the Sacred King,. A Lame Shoulder is usually-caused by rheumatism of the muscles; and may be cured by 'the use of Chjimberlaih's Pain Balm.. This liniment is unequalled as a soothing lotion. ' One application gives, relief. Try it. D. Morgan, Chemist,, sells it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

The best medicine known is- SANDER;&■ SONS; EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, Test its eminent powers fu|,el|ects!in oouglie, eelds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, bo they, wounds, burns, scaldings, bruiseB, sprains, it,is the Bafest, remedy—no. swelling—no inflamfnfttion. Like surprising,eilccts. produced. in. croup, diptheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, &c., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases, of kid-. H:;ys and urinary organs, SAN-DER AND- SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, is.in;use at hospitals and rnedical clinics nil over the globs; patronised by His Majesty the King of,Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster dam., Trust in, this approved article and; reject all, other's,, " '

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Association Debate. THE PEMBER MINISTRY OUSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Association SJebate. THE PEMBER MINISTRY OUSTED. ] The usual debate, conducted by. the Association Debating Club, was held in S. Jude's School-hall, the new and tem porary quarters of the Bowral Young Men's Association, last Wednesday even ing. The Speake'r, Mr. Alhert Chapman, occupied the chair. Mr. Percy Beer was elected secretary. The Speakerannounced the subject for debate—" Is Australia "capable of competing wjth tbe Nations of the Northesn Hemisphere in the matter of exporting products ?" The Government were to take the affirmative. In the absence of the Premier, Mr. K. Drescher introduced the subject. He said the question of export' was one which seemed to have been lost'sight of, The resources of the country relative to their bearing on the export trade, and the expansion "of'local industries,- had been quited overlooked. Those people whose duty it was to influence the Nation, were simply throwing cold water on the whole thing. He was strongly of opinion that Australia was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

great bicycle SALE NO NY ON AT A. W. BEER'S CYCLE DEPOT-,, Bowriil. No Reasonable .Offer Refused;. house-painting, paper hanging; decorating^ gramc, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders Promptly Attended to,. Mils--RXS.tCa-^VWG>-- ST i, (Workshop Opposite Milton Hoiiho, Bownil). ' ' 580J CUSEPfl, (vll.ltimlR;. FRUIT,-.TIU315S ; SSHRUFS 0,' HBST and OHiSAPEST in.stook. dO PACK liTS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. •* ' " A. LANSDOWNK & CO.", . . Ooulburu., A- W. Beei' has- Bikes for Hire. TO MEN* \Vrite for froo copy of valuablo book about yourselves,, your health, your happiness, your future. It contains n full exposition of the human system and tbo' remedies adopted. No need to consult doctors. Posted " free in se'nli.il envelope. Every mun should .read It. .Address—G. Spooifto, 680 Elteabeth-street North; Molbourno. ... • TO LADIES. Ko need to consult dootors or chemists. The remedies you require in vour own handu. Write for frco copy of valuable book About yourselves, your health,...

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THE FREE PRESS; published in Bowral, Mittagony, and Robertson. Saturday, May 3, 1902., [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

TEE FREE PRESS; published in Bowral, Miilagony, and liobertson. Saturday, May 3,11902., We;. understand' that there is a remarkably strong-feeling in Mittagoug iu favor, of. a Wator Supply.. Of course,, there, are one. or two,oppositionists, but they are amongst a, elttss of people who, in all townships, live in the past,", anil have no progressive ideas., Their motto is that;—'' as. things were, they may as well remaiu what was good enough for, my parents is good euough. forme." We are glad: to know that the progreseivista of iMitta"{0iig,ara forging ahead, and are deter-, minedi to,curry all before them. It will be a great thing for that township to have, a Water.. Supply, and the strenupus efforts, that are being put; forward' in our sister., township ought to have the effect, of awak ening thp Bo>viftl. townsUip to the necessity of their doing, likewise". Bow,ral appears to. ibeJn;thrt proud-;position;of.a place with so many interests and. natural advantages'that 'people will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

, To-day is Hospital Saturday in Sydney. About 2000. boxes have been distributed to lady collectors. . Worm3 undermine Children's Constitutions. Use Wade's Worm Figs, 1/-boxes.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

BOVyKAL MUNICIPAL CQUNCIL. Meets evevy nAtcrnato 'JJlmrsclay, at thp Council, Chambers, nl" 7.30 jj.in.' OlprU's office hours ara : Tnnfulnyti, from 10 In a.m.; Wednesday, 7- to II, p.ini : tfriila.yH, 3 to*..:. 5 p.m. ' ' " Aliiorman \V. Murray, Mayor. ( Mr. W. II. Fjutow, ouunoil cleric.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Referring-, to aji. advertisement in- this i ida.y's, issue about persons depositing 'rubbish in M;r. Garter's; paddock,.%ve ar,e ; in formed, Chat some , time ago Mr. Garter 'gaveipermission to. the-Cpuncil. under .cer tain, conditions to. mal{£ a tip on his land, no; person to malce use of'the same withr 'out, speciaj : permission, it now- appears rTlifit sonip unauthorised' person has de-. posited-, a, quantity, of;' rubbish..in, close, !pr;oximifcy t.o:-the tip,, and: has not only caused trpuljle ajjd, expense to. tljp Council but very, prpbably of* this con^ ivenience being, cancelled, to;the Gpuncil. -Tbp, conduct of the. par.ty. in qjiestipn. i§, thprefprc specj.ajly, reprehqn$iblej;

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

r . They Say. • That Nemesis is on the "track of the in dividual who unlawfully and defiantly. and secretly deposited rubbiah on Mr. Oar toe's land. > That the seven guineas reward offered for the recovery of a lost gun" should achieve its object, aud be a caution to the retainor. . That Ping'Poug owes ita birth to the Rev. :W, A. Simcox, a Gougregational minister. That the King of Italy owns 200 horses. That Captain Cook landed at Botany 132 years ago last.Monday. That a number of young fellows were taken out to Burradoo on Thursday night for a spin to get in trim for to-day's foot ball. •, That some of them are running yet. i That sovne of them only ran a few yards, and then knocked up. That junior football is all the rage. That they are to play a good Sydney team next Saturday. That the Bowral Juniors play the Seniors to-day. That owing to Vic. taking to singing* Wobbly has lost his position. That the small boys throwing stones an noyed a certain vocalist last Wednesday. . Tha...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Football. We have been asked to publish the fol lowing by a local correspondent who takes an interest in football:— : As the^Mittagong^v. Bowral match did "not come off on Wednesday afternoon last owing to the unavoidable absence of the Mittagong-team, a scratch match was played on the Centennial Park ground, the teams being captained by Messrs. ,V. Keith and F. Waite, who filled their positions excellently, A few of the' play-, ers pot nasty bumps on mother earth "dur ing the ganie, but they were not at all serious. Victor was well to the fore in rthe placeallotted to him;- and- his-team won by 9 points to nil. At.the conclusiop of the match, the captain of: the Bowral Juniors'treated the teams to a vocal con cert, which was greatly,-appreciated and much enjoyedj especially by the- small boys, who were'at times a bit overjoyed/ arid aggravated the vocalist by throwing .pebbles at jiim, which, naturally, " mixed things up a bit." The singer's contribu tions were of the latest style,...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Bowral Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Bowral Water- Supply; Sir,—Since writing to your contemporary ,'Jftst week on the above subject I have been, convinced that there is a, widespread.feeling in favor of a Water Supply for this township. Everywhere yon hear the opiuipn expressed; that something ought to be done." There is no doubt that the long spell; of; dry weather has had a great deal to-.do - with the formation of this opipion. So severe has it been that both, visitors and residents, have had, to; buy water, and many, house .holders have had to economise as they never remember haviug had-to do before. . It surely requires no argument of mine~to ■prove that e»en the mild water famiue that we have been, experiencing is. a. bad thing for this popular Summer Rpsort. Visitors 'from Sydney who have been accustomed to. as much water as they can. use do.not take kindly,, and naturally enough,, to.a; place w,bere they have to.be most sparing in. their use of it,. Water,, which is. as necessary as the ...

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Mittagong Water Supply. MR. PRIDHAM EXPLAINS THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Mittagong "Water S«PX>ly. MR. PRIDIIAM EXPLAINS THE .SCHEME, In connection with the proposed water supply for Mittagnng, Mr. Pridlmm, an officer of the Public. Works Department, visited Mittagong to explain tho scheme on Wed 11 oh J ay evening. Tho meeting was held in the Towu Hall, and the Hon. W. McOourt was present. The scheme was diseussod at somo length, the officer dis cussing tho preliminary steps to_be taken. The plans and maps were also shown and explained. Mr. Pridham said the work would havo to be cai'ried out under Govern ment'supervision, but could no doubt be carried out by contract if the council so desired. The £9(>81 estimate was a liberal one, and wag not likely to be oxceeded, as the scheme was a very simple one. After the schomo had boon fully explained, Mr. McCourfc congratulated tho Council on its happy condition. Tho proposed Boheme for Mittagong was the best ho had seen (luring his exteusive experience. It was de cided to( submit the question of a wator...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

- * p a iftlm REGISTERED! llll PftOrnilvTOIt, being desirous of having n public teat made to lirove the Infallibility of hi* now-fauions Ilmr Restorer, known as Capilla Hair Tonic;, is prepared to trout any K.fintleman trouble;! with absolute Baldness (it. is immaterial of how Jonsf standing) free of charge fur a period of or 10 weeks, nml gmuTutteeH in that time to produce Hair 1A luetics) lomr iby the aid of Cupula «a]6nu, psed aruording to the dirceltons supplied with e»ory bottle) r»ij the senlp attested by baldness; failing* wbif.'l), be Is picpnred to forfeit to the Sydney Hospital the sum of £25 gtci'lftiy* Tho condi* Moiia to bo Tlmfc a committee of fl Sydney mHlcai njen, or well-known Sydney gentlemen, bo appointed l.o Kuhstantiivte the fact of Capilla h:r. fnjr done what we claim for it. 2nd—That the gentleman upon whom the test Is to bo made has upon the scalp a down or slight fluff. It is immaterial whether it is discernible with the united eye or not, so long as a micro...

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The Massacre in New Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

r ^JPlie Massaci:© ita New Britain. Full particulars ure to band of the jnassacre ia New Britain 011 2nd' April, by the nativos of l^ipaparatava, who attacked the residenco of Mr. B. Wollf, a German planter, and did to death Mrs. Wollf and her infant child by tomahawking tlierr. The first news of the disaster was brought by one of Mr. Wollf's labour boys. An expedition at once set out, but unfortunately the fiondish work had been performed. For some time there had been friction bntween Mr. Wollf and the natives, owing to the former claiming some land that the v.a'.ives aver they had never sold. Mr. Wollf did not consider the matter sorious, and pro ceeded to clear tho land under Iho aruaed force of Eoven labor boys. Mr. Wollf was put with his laborers when tho natives, iu great force, surrounded the house and per petrated the massacre. Wlieu ho returned the natives were in possession of the house, lie was unarmed, niid amid a sliower of bullets he depirted for assistance as it was H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

WE STAND UMBEATENf Enquire at the shop fyr Our Prices before trying elsewhere. Qur. Fisures will be found tq compare with, any house in Town > and • • |ii t;he majority of eases the comparison will be. in our favor. • ~—9r—~ ' ' ** . We haven't got two, pricey . Wesell at bedrock every time, TTTT-Or 1 fhe specialityabout our- prices is that they are always low Grienmore House^ ■* ^ r Bowral. 3VIAFBKING; DINING ROOMS BO ;TOATL,' BOWRAL AGENCY* FRESH: FOOD AND ICE CO.,. UTD^ Orders Reoeived; for* lce5) Fish, Poultry, Small: Goods, C.onfec-. tioneny, Etc.,, ^hpapest and-Best fruit-and: Confection ery, .always. on;hand>. yOT PRIMERS DAILY. SPECIAL ROQM-FOR; LADIES. FRESljl; CRE;AM;ERY . B;UTTER ..Siipplipd; ajt: Current Rates., ^FENTON, Burrawmig, r'TTET^ISHIiS to announpq tn the residents of. the »V rlisiriit that he has taken over the RhAQKr. S"MfXIlI;N^,.. and W.HftlCLW.lltfi 11,11: lJUSINJiSS 5(lcent;l,V carried on lit Mr, Phi];ci-'s prpmiflra, nml hopes tiy, strict,attention ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Look elsewhere for our Sale announcement* Hill Bros B O.W R A L; BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP OPPOSITE Post Office, Bowrnl. Tho neat and most varied stock out of Sydney. Call and see our show. B. T. IIOPWOOD, 9513 Manager. [Established 5 year9.J ALLEN «£ PLAIN &DECORATIVE PAINTERS. PAPERHANGER'S, &o. \( WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. EstimntoR.lfumiahoJ (oc AVork.in any part ot'tlio- . ^-District. • - " if 7 " * • OnlyvSfcilled Tradesmen employed. ■ ' - . .' . Letters promptly attended to. . _ _ 28£ ■ TOM COPE SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, • bong bong-st., bowral, (Next to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Work done expeditiously and in fuBt^class style. Grocers & general Storekeepers, ALL GOODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES, Kindlg give Us a Trial. Only best quality goods stocked, Next door to Christie's, Bong Bo'ng^t., Bowral, SANATORIUM ROBBX&TSQH3-. J. Hamilton, Juir.^Proppietop. Good Accomtflotltitirin for Visijors. • Every Con-, vcnierice. Splendid...

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