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The Most Common Ailment. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

The lllost Common Ailment. More people suffer from rheumatism than from any other ailmeut. This is wholly unnecessary too, for a cure may be effected at a very small cost. G. . W. Wescott, of Meadpwdale, N.Y., "U.S.A., says: " I have been afflicted with rheumatism for some timo and it hns caused me much suf fering. I concluded to try Chamberlains Pain Balm and I am pleased to *ay it has cured me." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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SNOW, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

SNOW, Notwithstanding the [not that that last Wednes day was about one of the hottest days of the season; there was snotv at Mittagong nearly an inch thick, and the thermometer was down as low as 18 degrees. This may seem strange but it nevertheless is true. Our representative, who was in town, visited the B.I). Farm and Dairy Co.'a butter factory, and being shown into the freezing room witnessed snow nearly an inch thick and the thermometer being down to 18 degrees the air was decidedly chilly. In the cold room adjoining the thermometer stood at 3G degrees. The freezing room has a holding capacity of (Ho hoses of fiG lb. in each, and we were given to under stand that when taken out the butter inside rocks like a stone. It is then ready for exportation. Several hundreds of casks, each holding 1 IB lbs., is now being got ready for Africa. The average daily output is over 3 tons, but on Tuesday last it was 3 tons XI cwt. Butter is sent to Sydney four limes a week. Mittagong is to be c...

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FAREWELL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

FAREWELL PICNIO. The Indies of tlio Mittngong Presbyterian Charoh tendered Mrs. Murdoch and family a valedictory farewell picnic on WednoBday, prior to their depart ure for ono of the other States. The event was held on the Land Coy's ground, Berrima Uoad, and was in every-way way a success, the weather being beau tifully fine. Mr. Murdoch who haB oome over to conduot his wife and family to their new home was prosent by invitation, and the minister (Kev. G. A. Gordon, B.A..) was also on the ground. Just before afternoon tea and refreshments wore served, the minister on behalf of the ladies handed Mrs. Mur dooh a silver-plated breakfast aruit as a slight token of the regard in which she was always held during her long association with the church. Mr. Murdoch suitably responded on behalf of his wife. After the adults had dispensed with refreshments, the children of the Sunday Sohool entertained the Misses Mur doch (3), and the young folk after having all done justice to the sproad pro...

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High Range. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

High Range. On Saturday last the annual pionia in connection with the Jellore and High Range half-tirao Publio Schools was hold at Mr. Kelt's, High Hango. The 1 attendance of both soholars and parents was very I large, indicating the fact that such treats are looked 1 forward to. The teacher, Mr. Campbell, was very ' assiduous in liis endeavours to make the picuio the success it undoubtedly was.

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

ROBERTSON. Master William Collis, son of ..Constable Collla. Bobeitson, mot with a nasty accident on Thursday evening. Whilst ploying with a number of other lads he fell and sustained it fractura of both bnnns of the left arm, close to the wrist. The sufferer was conveyed to Moss Vale, and Dr. Stevenson at-' tended to his injuries. Wo regret to report the death ol Mr. William Gar diner, Shoemaker, whinh occurred at an early hour, i on Friday morning. The deceased was 75 years of age, and the cause ol death was a paralytic stroke. The weather continues wutm, and the dialrio't is looking tip top. ' We regret to report the death of the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, which sad event tool: place at his parent's residence on Saturday last. Death was duo to a severe attack of whooping cough and bronchitis.

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Sutton Forest. GARDEN PARTY AND NOVEL TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Suttoia Forest. GARDEN PARTY" AND NOVEL TEA'. A most enjoyable afternoon -was spent lost Monday at Sutton Forest, when MisB Bradshaw entertained about 70 of her friends at a pardon party and novel tea at the resi dence of her sister, Mrs. Johnson, " Crlenview," Sut ton Forest. Of oourae among so many it was rather difficult to guess all the novels represented, but to wards the close of the afternoon it was announced that Miss Murray-Prior (Sydney), sister of the well known Australian novelist, Mrs. Campbell-Proed, had won fust prize (a silver match box) for the greatest number of guesses, and Mis. John Barlgory (Ivy Hall) had received the-largest number of votes for the most orig inal, her prize being a silver photo framo. During the afternoon light refreshments of a' most dainty kind were handed round. The Misses Johnson were indefatigable in assisting Miss Bradshaw (their aunt) to add to the enjoyment of the guests. A party arrived from Bowral, including Mrs. and Miss. Mackenzie, ...

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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Association Debate. At the association debate on Wednesday evening next the Premier, Mr. I. H. Edwards, will mo.ve the introduction of a bill to codify and amend the Municipalities Aotof'1897, and to make farther and better provisions for municipal government. Mr. J. Hart give notice of moving a motion o! censure on the Government on the ground tbnt they had pledged themselves to bring forward the Gothen burg drink system in committee, but had let the matter entirely drop for the place of a new subjeot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Have you tiued Rutherford's malt bread ? It is self-digestive, and contains great uuttimenfc. Send I for a loaf.* ;GOOD TIDINGS NO TARIFF -SOS- — _ Our Business is now being run in premises lately occupied by Mrs. S. A. Jones . ' HAVING bought this.Stock at a discount^ and. having bought many hundreds pounds' worth of General Drapery prior to the imposition of tariff^ and adding the large stock, we had on hand, this brings us up to the happy position of being the Leading Drapers in the Berrima District. THE LARGEST STOCK and the BEST ASSORTED. We _ have sufficient goods now on hand and to arrive to carry us over 12 months without asking the people to pay any addition for " Tariff," We intend giving our customers the full benefit of our purchases. lVLAJKEJ , HNXX mistake, Trade with .--r. . HAIO AND CO., Aisrao jes x^QKrxiir, Casli Drapers, Manchester House, Bowral. XMAS IS APPEO&CHING, We have made ample Provision To meet the many requirements Of the festive season, All our ...

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MALT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

MALT WORKS. At present very little is doing nt the . ninlt works, the weatliar being rather too warm, although of the 8,000 sacks of malt in stock, quantities are Bent away daily. iTie diatriot did not comply with the request too well in the matter of growing barley, but N.S.W. will supply suftioiont for the year, the BampleB received being of the highest order. Large quantities ore being imported from Now Zealand, Victoria, and Queensland, and by March next the works will be in full swing. Mr. W. H, Jones is the manager of the works at Mittngong.

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A HEALTHY REFRESHING BEVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

A HEALTHY REFRESHING- BEVERAGE. ' " If people could but be prevailed upon to exer cise a littio thought there wouldn't be so much nerve-wrecking and debilitating tea or intoxicat-. ins beer, drunk," such were tho words of Mr. Georgo Nicholls, of Oamperdown, near Sydney, who for the past 20 years has brewed a beer from the insignifi cant, yet valuable little dandelion, and who in Jour business columns ennmneraies a few of tho many good qualities which abound in Dandelion Ale, This ale—which in oppearanco looks romarkably like ordinary beer—is a pare vegetable brew: con tains no acids, oheraiclos or deleterious ingredients, Dandelion Ala is no new thing: it's a home rem edy handed down from our grandmothers as a body cooler and blood-puiiiier, and with implicit faith in its numerous advantages. Mr. Nioholls has for many years been brewing and establishing a demand for Dandelion Ale whioh may now bo lairly said to havo caught on. Judges, clergymen, professional men of every class, and,...

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MITTAGONG. TOLICE COURT, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

MITTAGONG. TOLICE COURT, At the Mitt(iRonj5 Polico Court on PritJoy morn inn, before Mr. J. Mealing, J.P. William George ToUeriicll, wlio had Iio-mi arrested on warrant, was obar^ed with disobeying a Rtimmons for an order of court for maintenance of his wifo at Paddington. Accused wag remanded to Paddington.

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Y.W.C.A.[?]BOWRAL BRANCH. Annual Report to 31 Oct., 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

Y.W.C./b--BOWRAL BRANCH. Aiinuaf Report to 31 Oct., 1901 A' The following report and balance* sheets were read at the annual meeting oh Tues day everting, reported on another' page " The Lord hath done great things for us where of vve are glad," is. the joyful praise-note vyith which, we would begin the record of the work whicli lie has epahleci us to accomplish in this first year of the Twentieth Century, during which we ha,v^ been privileged to see the fruition of our hopes, and to realise 9, marked development in, the Association. ..... The new century has. brought us a New Home, new friends, new hopes, and above all, new ex periences of Him Who has promised to. supply all our need. ' ~' Committee and Office Bearers. For the first time for many years the familiar nam,e of Mrs. T. C. Fisher, our late Hon. Trea surer, is missing from our list. Dr. Fisher's de parture for England robbed us of his own counsel on, the Board of Advice, and deprived us of an office-bearer whose kindly i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

THE PROPRIETOR OF THE FAMOUS HAIR TONIC WILL CHEERFULLY PAY TO YOU a? if iio r.nnnot demonstrate boyoml nil dispute .© that CAPIL'.A HAIS TONIC lias and WILL CURE ACTUAL BALDNESS of many years' Eta-.idirig. S5»\'Q for our FREE 30QKIET, "WHY MEN CO BftLP." POST FREE. O* "Tf» I I <1 j . Hectares Ylgor to. tho H*lc ............ ^ j t 1.1-As) ; Prevents the Hair from Falling H Jit? TrtMIC 'Sfiy^ • Restore* the Hnlr to..Its Origins,! Oclo* lirtlaV. £ Qniln Tr«U«(lAn • Allays Scalp Irritntion *011 or * * And PK®ven;$ yoii from going Bald,.. !hjtn-h>u9 l^rediunts. Ti~ not u Hyc STOCKED BY ALL CHEMISTS Or Post, Eree £ron% <»/©. A?JD STOREKEEPERS ' ' the Sydney Dopot, •3- ^ Wrf'^lissanci !1 14 IMPERIAL ARGAfiE,ami . HiuhAdUpi t roprieiofl, * • «sa pitt street, svdhey. 9CI Don't Blame hin\ lie can't help it—he's had indigestion for a week; hut we. could fix him., right away. Our Dyspepsia remedy has cured thousands, of cases of Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Heartburn, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 23 November 1901

TREASURER'S STATEMENT, -v from Ski.'., ioth, ?goo^ To, Oqt. 3*s.t, 1901, Balance Seplefnber 1.9,00 •-• Members' Fees Boarders' Payt>\epls... Work sold Sale of Cottage Anniversary igpo; Missionary Box Chrysanthemum Show Subscriptions and Donations Sale of Cookery Books Worlds Penny Advertisements, &;c.... Magazines Sa.le of Photography... t ■ EXPENDITURE. £ S d Household and Firing in 8 7 Matron and Wages 54 I 0, Interest on Loan ... ... 14 18 1 Rer^t for Stafford House 11 14 0. Insurance 1 19 0 Rates, &c., Missionary Fund 4 7 1. 4 -3: Fu.misliing 21. b 3. Expenses. Anniversary * 3. 6, Printing, Advertising, a,n,d. Bank Fees, etc., ... 4 *3 2. Magazines, Cards a,nd Almanacs 2' 2 8; Worlds Penny 0 6 2 Tuning Piano .... ...... 0, 15 O, Refund. Boarder I; 6 8; Expenses of Show • 4, 10, u. Building Fund... 12 0 Gas I; 13 0. Repairs..., 3„ 1.6 % Credit-balance at Com. Bank October 3i.st, 1901,... 2 .19 8; £259 12 7< 6UILQING FUN& ct-. REVENUE.. £ s d ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

No Loss of Vime. I havo Hold Chnniberlnin's Colin, Cholera ami Diarrboen liemedy for yearn, nnd would: rather bo but of cnflea and sugar than it. I sold Ave ;bottles of it to threshers that could go no farther, niid they are at work annul this morning. - II. R. PitBi.ra, Plymouth; Okla.,U.S.A. Ab will ;be seen by-tho above the threshers wore able to keep cn with their work without losing a'single 'day's time. You should keep a bottle of this remedy in your homo. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. DONE .'ON TIME o AND ■ DONE RIGHT I Orders for any 8 /description'of •//PRINTING IV f\ left at the \ /•'Free Press"V J Office, V / Bowral. \ Wm. BEER, Proprietor. THE GREAT .Freetrader. IS d¥EK ■ Notwithistancling that, • however, FREETRADE PRICES will still remain, oii all Groods in Stock, and. the tax-ill. will not "be added, ixntil 0111* stock lias to be renewed. v The Freetrade Sale was a : Great Success, ' and numerous requests have I • been received to continue it9 toni. as that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

WANTED, by two thoroughly competent ynnnpt women, SITUATION COOK and PAR LOURMAID, excellent references, open .for fort night, " X.Y.Z.," Bowral I'.O. 10311 FOR SALT?, in excellent condition., Webster's International DICTIONARY. Cost JE-1 10a To ro lor half. A splendid opportunity.. Don't miss it. Apply at. tliia ollico. LOST.—Card Case, betwoen Bowral Pout Offico • ond Eridfie Park. Reward on returning Biirao' to MR. EBB. DAVIS, Saddler and Stationer, Bow ral. 1031 FOR SALE, ono first-class PHAETON, with hood, brake, lamps, etc. In splendid condi tion. A. H. ROIUNSON, Timber Yard, Bowral. , • 1022: SALE OF WORK. In aid of Public School Prize Fund' in Bowral School of Arts, on afternoon and ovening. oft FRIDAY, Oth DECEMBER. To be opened by Mrs. Wm. McCourt. Admission—Adults Cd, Children 3d.. 1005: MITTAGONG. TO LET BY TENDER.—FARM of 300 aorosjf well watered; 7 room Stono House, Orchard,, and first-olasB milking yards, 3 miles from Railway. Station.. 1032- G.. R. LOSEBY, Mittagong ...

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CAPILLA—WHAT IS IT?. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

, CAPILLA—WHAT IS IT.fc In no part of the human system is their evidenced a greater want of knowledge than in the proper care and nourishment ot the hair. We see upon all sides ot us men becoming bald (many at. an early.we), women showing a thinning or breaking-off of the hair and turning grey at times,' while everyone more or less is affected with, dandruff, the. result of im poverished hair roots and the lack of that nutrimeni which is required to impel growth.,, Capilla Hair Tonic, which has been placed upon the world's market by Mr. W. 0. Richards, a native of N.S.W., is win ning its way to fame.as just the very thing that was lacking in medical science as a thorough hair strengthened By advertisement in our business columns a free booklet, giving valuable hints on the care of the hair, is offered gratis to everyone apply ing for a copy, Many well-known Sydney gentle men have willingly given testimonials aB to its won derful growing and strengthening qualities. To have good hair...

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Schools' Competition. BOWRAL v. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

0 ; Schools' Competition ; : • BOWRAJj v. MOSS VALE. Tho Moss Vale and Bowral school boys met in the first mutch of the season for tho .District Gnp.on Saturday, 011 the Survey ors' Gamp wicket,. Bowral. Moss Vale went to the wickets.first and- were disposed of for 58 runs. Bowral replied with lip.. The second innings'of Moss Vale only totalled 1-7. Bowral's second inning's resulted- in. a soore of 142, which decided tho. match a wiu for Bowral boys 'by 221 runs. Tho following are the scores • Moss Vale.—1st Innings.. S. Ponder b Sutler .. ' 2 S. Player c T3«an b Swnn .. .. 2!) E Colliad.b Snunr .. ... ,v. - ■ 0 R. Dunn B Siuier ■ .. ... .. 0 W. Plnyer d Ej;an b Sauer .. 4 II. Morrioe o Stophcns b Viokery .. 4 K. UoynnldH b Snuor.. .. .. 0 C. llitchio b Stehpona .. 0, J. Aynesly notout .. .. .. .. 4 R. ltitchie c nml b Swnn .. .. 0 R. Bailey c Kgivn b Stephens ... 7 Sundriea- .. .. ;. 3 Total .. 63. ■ Moss Vale.— 2nd Innings. W. Player b Sauer. ... .. .. 0^ S. Player b Sauer .. , 1 ...

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SUPPLIES ITS OWN MORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

SUPPLIES ITS OWN MOKAL. A wealthy man who owns ft coutitry resi dence, it is related, recently became dissat isfied with it, and determined to buy another. So he entrusted an estate agent famous for his desoriptive powers to adver tise it in the papers for private sale, but to couceal the locality, telling piuchasers to apply at his office. In a few days tbo gen tleman kappeued to see the advertisement, was pleased with the account of the plaoe, showed it to his wife, and the two conoluded that it was just what they wanted, and that they would secure It at once, So they went to the office of the agent and told hitn that the place lie bad advertised was such a one as they desired,-and he would purchase it. The agent burst into a laugh, and told him that it was a description of his own house, where be was then living. He read the advertisement over again, ooagitatirig over the "grassy slopes," "beautiful vistas," " smooth lawns," and finally broke out " Is it possible ? Well, Mr. Smar...

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Original Poetry. MARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Original Poetry. mars. Ob I beautiful, beautifn! stars, Trembling and twinkling this night; Canst thon tell us if wonderful Mars, • Is peopled with black men or. white, Or Whether there is one inhabitant there ? We should so like to know wilt thou kindly : declare? Astronomers say they believe That Mars is a sphere all alive, And of oonrse they will never deceive; . Nay, they only want proof, hence they - strive -To teach all mankind by their learned decrees That Mars is a world and not made of cream cheese. There's somethingso grand in this plea, That we long for more light; then we'll fry To joniney by land or by sea, And learn what 'tia like in the sky. So Astronomer please to provide ns with cars That we may see what 'tis like in yon won derful Maro. How we wish Isaao Newton were here, That we might consult that wise man ; For we're Bare he would make it quite clear Whether Mars is a myth, or a plan Of oar modern astronomers, merely to rise By a Tower of Babel right up to the sk...

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