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

Bring, all YOUR JOBBING}- to the FREE PRESS Office, And have it done neatly

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

'•y- . ■ SECOND HAND FURNITURE bought or soil. J. GOODFELLOW and CO. 121) YOUNG GIRL wishes TRAINING aa HOUSE 111 AID. Apply, WHS. J. 0. WflUSTKU, pawrnl. • ■ ISO;) BEER'S CASII BICYCLE DEPOr.-l bis busi rittsa n still cnrriert on at the Vren I'rcss OHioe, ]iov?rnI.—Bicycles 13ou»ht, Sold, Exchanged, .Repaired, Ilired out.. Lessons given in riding. Ac cessories Stocked. A Trial Solicited. I EVERYBODY who can (farmers especially) JJ should plant a lew CABBAGE plants-be very uocoptablo later on. Wo have thousando > ot nica planta. Send for a few. la por hundred:— (DOPE ifeSONS, Bowral, Under new, management. I70U SALE.—Two young COWS in full milk, . very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, and ono CHILD'S I'ONY, very quiet, ^lso light double-seated BUGGY und HARNESS. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. MR. W. N. WILLIg, M.L.A., has commenced business at 25 Wigh-street, Sydnoy, as LAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AUI5NT. Few men have had a more varied and practical exper jcnco in tl...

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

- We have received from a. gentleman'. ■ just, over from' India the following inter esting particulars of the milking qualities of the Indian bufTalp cow: — At the Government farm at Allahabad a good cow in full milk will give 20 quarts, of 5olb., per diem, and the record milking for one <?ow. there is. 32, quarts, or 8olb. The cows breed about twice' in, three years,* and are not the small dun cattle,with the" lump which we. are accustomed to call bjuffalos, but are the larger and rougher animalj'and the real Indian buffalo, whilst ;t.he smaU.ones.are called^ Indian cattle, ;...Tbo.Oprman.E<n|trcf>s. is it model- wife and 'mother, and dourly loves hor children, while hot; love to her.husband almost approaches wor ship. Ko thit*ifl|»1'e4908 llio Imperial- children — I'i? as.they iire—so.much us n good romp '.with. 'thoii:.ii]i.it.hei-, who, atone time, used to find tlibsp. rather, bad for hor drosses. On one' occasion when two of the boya had wrought. Iiiu-p...

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

The: Leading Hotel in Town. , , Only.BesiBrands of WineB and Spirits koptj, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION, at .reasonable; rates.. First-class BILLIARD >'f ABLE; Gpod St(iblingrj GrasB Paddocks, and Cattle Xards.. I'REDi. GRAHAM; 2' Proprietor T. B. Dttiiwoodie,, Monumental Mason, BO-WIt A.L. 8243c BRING ALL YOUR PRINTING; TO; THE ..... FREE; PRESS;OFFICE, BO.W.RAL,;

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Pabsenoeu trains arrive at Bowral from Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train), daily, 'Sunday excepted 11.12 o.m;, Saturday oilly ' 12.55 p.mTHaily, Sunday excepted 6.88' p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., "Saturday only • .' ' Passenger trains leave Bowral for Sydney:—• 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 0.5(5 a.m. Sunday only," stops Mittngong and; Strnthiiold only* ' ' ' ' 7.3 a m. daily,' Sunday excepted. • 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday'and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and StratliliolU only ' 8.31 a.m. 'Al oriday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, (iranvilie, And S.tvatlitield only. ' ' ' 1,3d p.in. daily,'Sunday excepted. -

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

BRING ALL YOUR PRINTING TO. THE . V : FREE PRESS OFFICE, BQWRAL.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

I £or Children's Hacking Oough at.mght, "Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. ls'Gd.. i : Mr.-Edward Armfieldv an- old resident • of the' district, died at the residence of: i-Mrs. Izard* Berrima, on Wednesday last. He wasynr.his.78th year at the time .of.bis; d^ath.- The remains of- the deceased: were interred, in, the Berrima cemetery on. Thursday, April 24, the Rev. G. Shpp-. pard conducting thp service,. !' The- action of' the. Lord Mayor of Dublin in refusing to accept an invitation to be present at. the King's Coronation has been, denounced, by a . meeting of Dublin citizens, who decided to present an address to the King. ; Fifty dead rats werp found' under-the floor of a shed1, connected with a butcher-, ing establishment a.t Newtown on Wed-. • ncsday. - For Chronic Chest Complaints, Wood.'B Qreat IJeppermint.Cure. la Gji.

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

Bo.v((ral Footbiiil ,, Cluflji. ; Tho annual meeting of llie Bowral Foot ball Club, was hold 01: Wodnosdny evening, lust at tlio Gjand Hotel. - Tho chair was orcnpied. by Mr. J-. Wylio. ■ ■ Afior the nVuiiues^of llnr previous annual meeting lmd been road and confirmed, the ■Beurclary's.-report whs presented to tho members. li. disulofod-. a healthy state.<■(, affairs during last season..• The members had "'.worked:, amicably -together and liad sho.wn good tin it ml pluy sso, much "so that tliiR:-clu'n ,had . succeeded" in" stwurin" U)6: premiership in tho Berrima.-Camdoiflhi^by Footbajl Union. ~ 'L'lio li cabinet'g lepmt showed a sati-fac (ory buIn nco-siiygt. Tlie 'receipts iimoiinted •to £82 'is, and llie expendjluro ;l-5f,. bub this dtfjcciency would bq met by sonio £3- odd which wan yet to e.onio in, and, which would laiive a credit balance of a low shillings. , , Election of Oflicors. Tho following, officers wer.o elcolt'd :— :•■■■■■ Patron, Tlon. W. McCnm'fc, M.P. P...

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A FRENCHMAN LEARNS TO SPEAK ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

l?BBNCn.MAN. LWARNS TO SPEAK;' ENGLISH. '■I begin to nudei'sluml. yonr ltingim»eV hotter,' snid jVIonsii'iir Dliboia to liia Ifinglislu .friend, 'but your verbs. trouble ,roe. Bli|l you mis ihr>m so will) piopositions." * * ' I bhw your friend, Mrs. Mnrkotnn, just nowi'.'.Iio C(in|,inu«(li ■ • ■ SUc^sattlsBlio iiitamls . ■ ed to hrpn|< down lior-school eathor than nsunl. Am I riglit'tlioro ?' _t 'Break-up lior school, sho must bavc^ s>uid,' ' Oh,' yos-Y I-. renrvuibori! broiilc upi hor,' school.' ' Why dooa aim do,tlm!. I.aflkjjdiPr; r ' I'eciin-io Iit>r IiohIiIi ia broken in u ?'" 1 Brolcon down.' ' Brokun idown ?-01ij .•yoa.- And indeed^ since fevor has bioknn np in,town—■—' ir ' Broken out.' '■Slio tliinlM she. will lenvo it 'for. a few? weeks.' V:' . . 1 •: .. ' Will she Ifiavn bor Itonse omply ?'• '-Nji, aim is - ufniii] ii, will be bro'ten— broken —how do Lsay that.?! 1 Broken info.' '••Yos, broken off.' ' (Jertain!y,,itiu whatInneant to say.',' ' Ih her so...

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

EVOLUTION. " Yot's a.11 this I readts mit der news.', baper npmifc (lis cfferlutin piziuosB? Vol you uiKlorstaiidt apoudt it, O'Roiko ?<" " Oi nntberatand th' main point av nt,. Swatzo, but lit Blroikes mo tbot sorao av fchim felle.vs tliot's bin roitin' till th' Courier is loilce Misther Gladshtun phwin Dizzy to wid him tbot be wia overkim with the ox bihitionnv big own velocity, wbiob manes, plain Anglin-Saxiu tbot tbir tonguos is patent self-aclin brtioh-londin' magazin ar rangemiuts, wid a hair tbriggers, ail' loiable to go aff at lialf-cock." " Yell, vot apondt rlia ©volutin piainnss " \yill, ut (nanus tbot th' Creator did' not. niek maukind lit wanst at wan liato,-. us n, blacksmith wid say,, but jnsbt pluntijd th' seed Like, an.' let ut grow; that tb' furslib, goms nv loifa ivis in tti* say, miv that l/Iioy shprid onlill III' dhroy land1, an' in ooorae av. tonne. llitr wis aUlinnilious. in tb'foonn av tliim gems—.freaks, us wan m/ugbt call' tbiiu—an tb in,, av coor...

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MITTAGONG. CONCERT AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

MITTAGONGr, CONCERT AND. SOCIAL Ero.m our Correspondent.-' - A lii»hly successful social in connoction witli the Anniversary of the Mitt ago tig Methodist Oliui'oli, was held on Wodnesday evening. The cluiicli was comfortably fill od with a most appreciative audience. Several y011,11 g ladies had taken groat paiqs witli the decorating during the afternoon, and the reanlt wus voted by all to bo really beautiful. Dr. Middleton occupied, the chair, aud carried out his duties in. his; well-, knowh manner. The first item on th.e pro gramme was an anthem by the choir " Clap, your hands," after the rendering of which the Rev. M. Maddorn engnged in prayor. A pianoforte duet, "Norma," by the Misses F-. and R. Edwards was well executed, and the audience listened with pleasure to Miss Williams'- rendition of The Garden in, Spring." Mr. E. II._ Poolo gave a yioliu solo, " Jessie's Dream," and then the ah-, nouricement Unit a recitation would be.given, by Mr. A. Holmes was. received with loud ap...

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Original Poetry. THE AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Original Poetry. THE AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD. IIo wanders alar o'er the lono mountain sleep, Over logs that are scotched and grim ; Ho tenderly cares for the lot of his fcli'eep, And thoy all seem friendly with him. IIo loveth the sound of their tinkling bolls, " As they rihg'ori the clear silent air; The music of birds floats o'er him, arid tolls ' Him to try and get rid of Lis care. His old battered ' billy' hath many dear chijrras, On the embers it singeth its snng ; Its contents can sooth his dire alarms, ' And cheer him bis wanderings along. He longs not for cities' load bustle and toil, He envies not palaces fine But loves to bo free from strife and turmoil, In the West where the sun loves to Bhine. The green banks of Darling are homely to him, ' Each track, creek, and gully he knows'; _ ' Whether morning bo bright, or evening bp dim, Ho strolls where tho clear river flows. ' ' At nightfall ho rests on his favorito log. When the laughing jackass bids adieu to the day; The bandicoo...

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

Mr. Bartpn leaves .for Londqn i.nthe. ■ R'.M.S. Rome next Tuesday.' CmatnRRMiN's Conon Rbmsdx. is intended. es-_ specially'lor coughs, colds. oroup,' whooping-cough" • and- inOneti^a.- It has become' famous.for its cures .of these.disfjases over n large port of the eiyilisc'd world. The most fluttering testimonials have been -received, (jiving accounts of its good works ;. of the. • aggravating and persistent coughs it.htis cured.;, of. :severe colds that.have yielded promptly, to it* sooth • iig effect", and of-the dnngmrms attacks'of, i:roup it : Has cured, often saving the life of the child. The; hextensive use of it for whooping cough .hits; shown i. that it robs'that disea.se of nil dangerous results. It. lis especially prized.by mothers because it contains.' ■ nothing injurious and there is not the least.danger, in giving it,.even to liuliies-'. It always cures cndi cures (jiittkly.. D. Morgan, Chemist, sell it.

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

Cornstalks !• ba proud of your State And help to push it along, Let the nnrae of your countiy. be great. And tell people where you belong.. Also attend to your health, Or else you will soon be obscure, The Bluff that is better than wealth, Is Woods' Giieat PiiWERMixT Cube..

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

Hotel,. -S.ROBERTSON, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Besfc.Brands of.Wines and Spirits kept. SUPERIOR ACCOMMpDA/riON- at reasonable, rates,' ' " 1 / ■■■ ■ First-cliiss BILLIARD TABLE. <?pod; Stabling,. Grass Paddoclis, and Outtle Yards." ■ •'■■■■ FREE). fiRAHAM, 2, . ' v l'ropr ietor . T. B. Kanw<>od;ie,; Monumental Mason, . B.O W HA.L. .. 8241'

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THE TIME THAT'S. LOST IN WISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

TUB-TIME THAT'S. LOST IN WISHING. I hear folks keep a-wishin' from early morn til} rnlcv'' '' A-wisbin' thoy was wealthy an' n-wi.shiri'. thoy 'was great; . ' ' i If stout,, they'd be moro Hlendor; nn1- if allm, they'll . bemorofnt — '■ •. ' A discontented army, wishin' this nnd wishin'. that. An1. I've done tyIioap o' thinkin'on the subjccl, firdt nn'. lasf, ■ ' Why people Pfjnirm an', Gdgot in tho places where ' 'lhay'ro cast; ' ' -1. " v' Yea, an' wish for Holds to conquer when, thoy simple " rlnties shirk, ' 1 An' tho time that's lost in wishin' might bo bettor spenfj in work. ' There's wishin' in the country for position an', ro" noun, • ' ' For wealth an' place an' power there is wishin'. in ' the town; While" tljo oity folks, inclinin' more t' laurel wreaths o' fame" Than more proBaic objects, keopon wishin-just the sauoe. ;■ ' " . The malady's infections an' it dcalfTas hard a blow T'women gowned in satin ob V tlioso in *ijyoo ; It steals da many hours from the banker as the...

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PICKPOCKET IN A COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

PICKPOCKET IN A COFFIN. Most Englishmen, who have visited Mont mnrtre will remember the Cnrabofc du Noant, a dismal cafe, where. tho driiiks arc served on cpfliti-lids, by waiters 'dressed as undorlKlcorV men, and the customers assist at a ghastly . illusion, which consists in ono of tlio audience talking his place in a coffin, while the.onlookers watch him gradually 'assuming tlio iyppoftrancp' of a corpso (says the Parris correspondant of a London paper, writing on February 14). Last night, while this performance.was going on, -an English pickpocket named Edward Bums em ployed his time to considerably advantage, but the proprietor'of ,a cafe had his eyes on him, ' and when the moment came to'lill the cofliu he invited tho pickpocket to stop up. Burns did so, and when ho was firmly fastened, do\vn,: the 'proprietor sent for two poljcetnen, and' tlie audience were then asked^o examine tjheir poekots. When, the Englishman had been rer leased from his shrould ho wns. marched off to. t...

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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

THE SALVATION ARMY. Tlio announcement that Commandant Herbert Booth, the youngpst son oE General Booth, has r.csined his position in the Salvation Army has' causcd considerable discussion in England, in yiow (if the fact' that he is the third of ttyj general's children tolqavo tho'Army. In 'view of the talk of secession and sectional organisa tion, Mr. Brain well Booth has authorised tho following statemeint through commissioner. Pollard':— . "Mr. Herbert Booth lias been in very b.ad state of health for a long time, and for six months lie has bcon resting on an estate be: , longing to us in Western Australia in the hope/ that he would aufliciently rncoyer to enable him to take another command in a ilifferont. par.t of tho .'world! FTe is thoroughy disappointed by the results of his rest, and writes to the general that he simply cannot face the strain ancj anxioty of another army command. At the sauie time, lie puts in the stronget form Jiis (lesire that there should bo nothing unfri...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. T. Turner's letter is unavoidably held over. It will be. sean by advertisment that Mr. A.'Rich is leaving the district, and J. G., Morris and Co. advertiso bis salo for Satur day noxt, 10th instant. . i The Two Thousand Guinea Stakes in ! England was won by Sceptre; owned by. : Mr. R. S.ievier, once a Melbourne book maker^ Pistol (a son of the Melbourne. Clip winner, Carbine), secondh and' Ard Patrick third. • Hugh Trumble, one of the Australian cricketers now in England, injured his hand while practising, but expects it to be. well again in 10 days." ' : . Mr. A. Stephens has consented to.carty out - the ■ work of' erecting the. additional building at the B. D, Cottage Hospital at his estimated cost (/210). The' ■ following n,ew trustees of- the ICangaloon Methodist Church have been appointed —.Messrs. Gerald Johnston, Joseph Pearson, William Noble, James Noble, EJlia Schofield,^ and Alfred Thompson. At the late Bathnrst j show: Master Frank Beer (of Mount Gib...

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The Simultaneous Mission, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1902

Simultaneous   Mission Preparations have for several weeks past been in progress in Sydney and   elsewhere to make the necessary arrange- ments for holding a Simultaneous Mission, commencing on Whit Sunday next, throughout the State of New South Wales. The success of the Melbourne Mission, just concluded, has been great, and the same method will be in vogue for the one in prospect. A preliminary meet- ing in Bowral was held on April 21 when a resolution to participate was adopted, local secretaries, were elected, and the inauguration of weekly Prayer Meetings determined upon. The first of these was held on Monday, April 28th in S. Jude's. School-hall, when, the Rev. A. J. Carter presided, and there was an encouraging attendance. For the future the hour will be 7.30 p.m. sharp, and the place will be announced from, the respective Pulpits. That of Monday, May 5, will be in the Presbyterian Church. After the Prayers were concluded on   the 28th. u...

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