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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

j passing nqtes, i By "Roving Tom." I rather admire Mr. Maddern's courage in putting in tho letter lie did Inst issue. What ho says is all very good to tbose that think so. Whether tho caral service is a religious affair or not is nu mate rial, the fact still remaiug that tho School of Arts, would be hired. And if it is hired it must neces sarily follow that tho caretaker must be there. Of course, every Briton has a right to his own opinion, but every workman has a right to. his Christmas day, holiday. Ou reading carefully through the Council report in your last issue, I was very grieved to find that tho matter of repairing the footpath infront of the Court House was not taken up. It is getting worse and woyse, and if the council won't take up necessary work of the town then there had better bo no council at all. For what is. tho good o.F'a council if it neglects its duties like it is doing now ? The sooner it is dono tho less money it will cost, ... ; - Si - « <f The Sal...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Hector Mackenzie. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Mr. Hector Mackenzie. The many friends of Mr. Hector K. W. Mackenzie, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mackenzie, of Brahan Bank, Bowral,- will be pleased to. Hear of his present where abouts, and therefore we have great pleas ure in publishing the following information .which we have culled from the latest Orange local papers— • On the afternoon o£ Wednesday,. 27th November, the seoretory ol the Orange Federal Capital League (Sir.. Stoho) accompanied by Messrs. C. J. Smith, Dr. Fitz-Patrick, 0. Pearae, and E.. S. Carr, mem-, beta ol the committee, paid a visit to the Govern ment Surveyor'8 camp in Mr. Clark's paddock, Meadow Creek. Mr. Hector K'. W. Mackenzie, sur veyor in charge, welcomed the visitors to his rustic, surroundings,, and proceeded to pilot them, over the area it was proposed to utilise for a dam site and narrate the work done by himself, his assistant, Mr. MoBurney, and staff. Mr. Mackenzie was most courteous in his atteulion and carried his theodolite a couple uf miles ove...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Burnt Out. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Burnt Out. A ra th or sad occurence happened at 'Bur-', rad.oo on Sunday afternoon, lust wheu an aged man, Mr. Samuel Green, an old iden tity in the precincts of Bowrul and Burra doo, suffered the loss of .his " home " by fire. It transpires that Ibis unfortunate person, while on tlie " wallaby" some oitjlit years. ago was. apparently, go fascina. ted with, the charming vicinity of B.nrradoo. that lie pitched.hia tout there for a night's lodgings, but on arising next morning'lie. was so refreshed an.I mvi»oraled by: the salubrious climate that so early a departure was found to. bo impossible. Hence the " weather-beaten padder of. the hoof " deci ded to make his sojourn on the fiat, not ' for., a moment anticipating that his residenco. would extend over eight year;a. . Flowover tho years rapidly flew.past, and tlie "homo", became more established, a brake-wind was constructed rourid the tent, aud a. vegetable garden mado. We uudei-Htarid.tlinfc '-'Sam," since his settlement on the la...

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Wedding. ROPER — CALLADINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Wedding'. ROPER — CALLADINEi The following interesting announce ment to Bowral readers is taken from the London " Daily News " i.— " ROPER — OALtiADINE;—Ori September 19, 1901, at Norbury Parish Church, Stookport, by tho Rev. G. Newman Wilmer, I'eroy. ^Frederick, fourth son of the late George Roper, of Colohester, to "Bea trice, elder daughter of F. W. Calladine,. of Hazel Grove, Stockport.- Australian papers please copy."' The following account of the wedding is taken from the "Stockport Advertiser " (England):— On 19th September, 1901, Norbury Parish Church; Stockport (England), was. tho scene Of one of tho. prettiest weddings ever solemn ized there. The contracting parties were Mr. Percy P. Roper, fourth son of the late George Roper, of Colchester, Essex, and Miss Beatrice Calladine, elder daughter of Mr. P. W. CallaiHne of "Hazel Grove," Stockport, and lato of Bowral, N.S.W. _ Ptirictuttlly at 2 o'clock the bride entered the ■ church on the arm of her father, who subsequently ig...

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Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Publications Meceived. ''Messrs. Paling and Oo.'s Xmas Annual, No. 84, is to hand. The book contains a new waltjj " Tlie Empire," by the popular composer (Miss Maud Stubbs), who wrote " The Heather " and " Governor General" waltzes,'&c.; " I was dreaming," the well known copy-right, sting" by.: Miss Nellie Stewart; " Give me your answer to-night," a story song which is now in much demand ; the well known " Soldier's CJhorus" from Faust, arranged as a march; the old favor ite son«s " lied, white, aud Blue," " Oorne live with mo and be my love," by Button ; "Happy be thy dreams,", "One heart divine," a pretty song for children " What will you take for me papa ;songs by com posers " Blue Eyed Nell" (Millie Davis), "Serenade" (Esther Ivakn), sung witb great, success by Mr. Henry Weir; a typic al B.ush man's song, an Irish song, Scotch and Venetinn Bougs. The book has a beau folly designed cover, is full music size, , and we think a marvellous shilling's worth. The. work is done ...

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LIFE IN SIX CHAPTERS, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

LIFE IN SIX CHAPTERS, Chapter I. Chapter IV. Bom. Wed. Chapter II. ChApter V. ' Bred. Worried. ■ Chapter III, Chapter VI. Engaged. Dead.

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Public School Sale of Work. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

j Public §$cliool Sale Work, Tho S'Sje s4 wwk opened on Friday noon lusli- hy Mrs. MeCourt (as ro porta? iti our Satnrdciy's laauo) was continued on t&'d evening of tho same day with great success. To use a common term the hall was simply " packed," evon elbow room being practi cally out of the question. The large atten dance of patents and friends was a sourco of gratification to the promoters of the function, and also to the scholars who were so deeply interested in the affair. Tho ob ject was a worthy .one, and tho public res-, ponso was most oncouraging. The.sale and concert both financially and otherwise was a genuine success reflecting the highest possible crodit, on those in charge, who un doubtedly worked. with an assiduity worthy of example. . The gross proceeds, we under-, stand- totalled over £40, the expenses amounting to about £10, leaviug a balance of £30, of which £20 is being expended in prizes, tjrbile the remaining £10,. has been, banked. During the evening...

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MITTAGONG. ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

• mittagohg. ACCIDENTS. Mittagong is getting quite notorious for accidents, with, horses—last week there bping, no less than fi ve, the two most seri ous occurring on Saturday afternoon. Between 4 and 5 o'clock the residents in the main street were.startled by s.eeing a horse come tearing into town, dragging the four wheels of a buggy with him. He was stopped near Morris' Exchange hotel and recognised as. belonging to, Mr. J. Blackadder.. , Several people had npticed Mr. and'Mr,s. Blackadder going out for a drive that afternoon and fears were arous ed that something serious had happened to them. Messrs. G. White and G. Marks at once .started forth to render any .assistance, that might bf3; needed. Mr. Blackadder was-met about-5 miles out on :the" Berrima Road, fortunately, unhurt,' but Mrs. Blackadder had injured her arm which upon examination afterwards was :fonnd:to.he broken. It appears lhat the horse was feeding, by.the side of'the road, arid being worried by the flies be pushed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Cholera Morbus a Dangerous Disease. Ia many instances attacks of cholera morbus ter minate fatally before medicine can be procured or a physician summoned." The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases. For this purpose there is nothing so sure as Chamber lain's Oolic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. W. E. Busworth, of La Fayette, Ala., U.S.A., says : "In June, 1000,1 had a serious attack of cholera morbus and one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy gave me relief in fifteen minutes." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, ■EtawruL , .. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

I?01l SALE, a few young PIGEONS out of birds, that liavo flown from nearly all stations no to. Cootnmundra. Can prove same by railway receipts. Apply W. (J. SMALL, Storekeeper. 1053, IT<OR SALE).—Two yovtng COWS, in full raillci, . very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S, HACK, and ono CHILD'S PONT-, very quiet., Also liRlit double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS. ApplyJ. W, NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. BOWBAL FRUITr SH(DP OPPOSITE Post Office, JJowrnl. Tho, uost and' most varied stock out oPSj'dnoy. Call and.; ace our show. ' E, T. HOP WOOD, 05-18.. *" ' Manager. BOWRAl SUPERIOR PUBLIOs SCHOOL THE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF>PRIZES: to tlie pupils of this school will take place in the School of Arts Hall, Bowral, on FRIDAY; »BXT, 13th instant) at 2/45 p.m. Parents and other friends of the pupils are cor-, dially invited to bo present. T. BONVNGE, 1051 Head Master.. Grand Bazaar In aid of tho Roman Catholic Church, Bowral;,, Y/ill bo held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS on Jan. 15, 16; 17, &...

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ROBERTSON. THE DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

ROBERTSON. ' THE DAIRY COMPANY. The aunual meeting of the Robertson Dairy Co.,. Ltd., was held on. Friday night lest',,at the Robertson School of'Arts, in the presence of a large number of shareholders, under the chairmanship of Mr. J. Ourtis. - The report and balanse sheet for the half year ended 80th September were read, and adopted./ The report showed that during the period under review the company, re ceived and separated lSl,641 gallons of milk, from which was produced 50,958 lbs. of butter, all of which was sold at the high price.. Suppliers.-were paid on an average of 1/- per lb. for -butter fat,' eqruvalsnt tO; 4^d:per gallon for milk; The balance sheet showed an iucome during the half' year of £2960 2/5, including £8. 6/- balance from previous half year,, the sale of butter being the chief source of income,, which obtained £2849 12/5.; tb.e principal items of expen diture were purchase of mills, £24.60 10/11;; making of batter, £12<L 17/8 ; commission, £110 18/3 ...

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Moss Vale. ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Moss Vale. ALLEGED. CATTLE STEALING. Two men were arrested at Moss Vale by the police on- Saturday, aud charged with cattle stealing. They were brought before the court on Monday, aud remanded, bail being allowed. The police impouuded fifteen head of cattle. A wedding, took place at Upper Mifcfca gong on Wednesday last in St. Lake's Church, the Rev. I). T. Sinith officiating. The contracting parties were .Miss A. E. Cole, youngest daughter of Mr. J. Cole, of " Eockdale,". Upper Mittagong, and Mr.. A. H. Wcnsley, ofOowra.

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Life is Business. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Life is Business. Life is real,, life is earnest, And we all liave jobs to do ;■ Even if they are not pleasant, ' We have got to see them through. Not a crea'ture is exempted , From, fcbe universal rule; Those that can't do Useful things are Holding down the dunce's stool. Knowing this the little bu'mble Bee will hustle lilte a chump, Just to furnish an exanple — That .will make the sluggard hump. And the sparrow dears the garden Of tbe surplus slugs and worms, While the little'old mosquito Peddles round the fever germs. And the ever newsy " Fbee,Press" As it wins its way along Cheers tbe hearts of scores of readers From Eobertsori to Mittagoug.

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PASS IT ON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

PASS IT ON. If your life is full of trouble,. : Pass it oil! Tares and thorns and useless stubble, Puss 'em on 1 Take the smoother, give the rougher, Let the other fellow suffer, ( All that's dirtier, fouler, tougher,. Pass it on I Tina of poisoned, deadly salmon, Pass 'em on ! Froii, a pig would hardly cram on, Pass it on. Barren cows, and horses stumbling, Patients dying, lodgerB grumbling, " Goodwill's " rotton bouses tumbling, Pass 'em on* Lepers with their scaly faces, Pass 'em on.. Send them free to other places; Swift, straight on. .. Loafers, vagrants, church adhereuts, Get them past your interference, Drop, the fines on terms of cleurauce;. Pass 'em on. Goocl old policy to follow,— Pass it on.. All that's darigerous or hotlowj Pass it 00. , Sell it, throw ii unto others, Save yourself don't heed your brothers, All your failures all your bothers^ Pass lem oa.

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OUR SHIPPING TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

CUR SHIPPING TRADE. The importnnce to Australia of tho mercantile murine which brings her commodities from other countries and takes away to the markets of the world the products of her sheep and cattle runs, her farms and her mines, is not as fully appreciated as it ought to be. Without tho splendid and regular service rendered by the ships of various nationali ties which trade to her porta the Commonwealth would be largely isolated. Tho value of her staple articles of export would decline, because shipping to take it would only be obtained with difficulty, and the detrimental effect of a restrictive policy would manifest it6elf in this direction even more rapidly and unmistakeably than in any other. When we Bay that tho actual disbursements of the ships that visit Australian waters amount to n million and a half annually, and that this large sum is only a fraction of the trade and commerce which is carried on by their means, and which could not be carried on without them, it ought...

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EIGHTY PERSONS STABBED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

'' EIGHTY PERSONS STABBED. London, December-8.—An. individual,' who is at'present unknown, lias sUbbed recently 80 men and women at Keil, Germany. ! A Chinese imperial edict 1ms been issued blaming Prince 'Twin for the Boxer troubles, deposing bis son from the heir-apparenoy to the Throne, and expalliu'g him from the palace. ' -

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THE COST IN BRITISH LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

-THE. :OOST IN: B1UTISLI LIVES. London, December 8.—The war tons cost .Greafc^Biutiiiu 18j798 livea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

"Why not look youug ? There's genuine pleas ui'e in holding back Father Time fif teen or twenty '] years. You » can do it easily, with Ayer's Halt Vigor, for it gives all that dark and rich look to the hair which belongs to young life. Ayer's Hair Vigor Tou know the story—how good Queen Bess, pointing to the beautiful hair of a peasant girl, said, " Them's a real royal crown. I.-would trade my golden one for it.1' That was long ago. Now you can have a "realroyal crown " of your own, simply by using.Ayer'a Hair Vigor. It makes the hair grow thick and long and stops it falling Out, When your hair is rich and heavy, and when the closest inspection fails to a"Occt a single gray hair, you will cer tainly look a great deal younger, and you will be much better satisfied with, yourself, too. Isn't that so ? Prepared by Pr. J.C; AyerCo., Lowell, Mui.( U.S. A. Free Trade Prices at JETaig & Co.'s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

fbexstbadi; FLUTTER. Regular stock at the usual freetrabe prices e Pairs Men's, Women's, and Childrens1 Boots and Shoes,—Evening and Walking Shoes.. STARTLING Prices 20 to 50 per cent tJrider MARSTON'S Famous Low Prices. A Rare Chance, Don't leave it too late.. Money saved is money earned.. MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL, TOM COPE Saddle & harness maker, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL, (Next to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Work dona expeditiously and in first-class style. txroeerS & General Storekeepers. Only best quality goods stocked. ALL DO0D3 AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. kiNiitY giVe us a trial. &efct'daor to CllKISTIIi'S, ;<» • Bone Hong-st.'. Bowrah ' MAFEKING DINING ROOMS Mrs.G.S.Cushirig, Opposite the shop known as Rutherford's Store; N Has on hand a GOOD STOCK of Choice Fruit a«d tafectioneryj And those who have not doiie so will be delighted to PAY Her A VISIT and View tfifc LARGE AND ASSORTED STOCK. Summer Drinks o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

How to Avoid Trouble. ' Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Obamberlnin's" Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your bueiess season. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints, both for ohildren arid adults. No family ban be without it. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowal. At W. BEER fot Bicycles^ A PURE SOAP Is* £cessEwy FOR A 6Q0D COMPLEXION A Soap to' be (jure need not necessarily be high, priced. We have on hand a large assortment of all the leading makes of toilet soaps, and we> have besides other varieties which, if not so well known are fully as good and cost less money. + «s», zfr sf* sfc . «g» DANDRUFF AND SCURF. YOU never realise how many other people are troubled with dandruff until you begin to notice coat collars and, velvet sleeves, Then you wonder if everybody has ...

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