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

j.;rENT(M, 'ISHES to announce to the residents oJ the 1Y district that ho has taken over the BLAOIv SMITHING and WHliliLYVlilGHT BUSINESS rdcently carried on at Mr. Parlor's preraiseB, and hopes by Htrict attention to buainosa and gnodwork inansbip to receive a lair" share of public patron Burrawaiig, age;;' '■ Horse Shoeing a Speciality. . . . THE BOWRAL . . , LIVERY STABLES The Oldest Established up-to-date Liv . esy Stables in Bovvral, ■ ■ Vehicles of all descriptions on-hire. ' TERMS " MODERATE;. ■ Trains Met. • Letters and -Telegrams Promptly attended to. , 1 I. GREGORY PROPSIETOE.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Postal Rates. POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Sue New IPosttal ESLates* POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. . A bill relating to postal'and telegraphic rates was introduced in the; Senate Thurs day last. It provides that telegrams, letters; postalarticles transmitted': or posted oh behalf of the King, the Commonwealth Government; or any State* Government shall, unless exempted bj' some Act, be subject to the postal and telegraphic rates for the time being in force, ' The rates chargable under the Act are set out in two schedules, and the first re lates to newspapes and prescribes that on all newspapers posted (without con-' dition as to the number contained in each addressed wrapper) by registered news paper proprietors, or by news vendors, or Returned by an agent or newsvenaor ro the publishing office,- the rate shall be id. per lb. on the aggregate weight of news papers so posted by any one person at any one time. The rate on all other newspapers posted within the Coinmon wealtlv for transmission therein is fixed for each newspaper at hal...

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

Mr. Seth Lowe, who was recently elected. Mayor of New York aa a reformer and in opposition to Tammany, attended the 'flinner given by St. Andrew's Society. The toast of " King Edward VII." was honored with remarkable enthusiasm. Wlioopiag Cougli. My little son had fln attack of whooping ooufih and., wan tlirenlenerl with pneumonia; but for Chambtilain's Oouah liemed.y we Moult! have had a ■, serious tiino of it. i t ulsn save'l him from several s'evoro aiiiiulis of croup.— H. 3. Striokpadrn, editor World, Herald, Fair ITaven, .Wash., .U.S.A., Fo? by D.-Morgan, Cke'mUt, llowral.

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

WE AllE SHOWING A COMPLETE STOCK OF GrENEIlAL MERCHANDISE, TIN" DRAPERY We have a rare display of the ■ latest designs and colourings of Dress Goods, including 30 diff-.1 erent patterns of the fashionable fancy Lustres. Also a special ■ " - ■ : selection of Fancy Goods ' in - Ladies'Scarves, Collarettes, &c. : IN GROCERY We have new Xmas Fruits .■■■; ■ • „ ' , v . " and all necessaries for the Popular Puddings and Cakes at Bed-rock prices. IN HARDWARE " . -We have made provision for a , Bountiful Harvest. All Harvest-'1 • , ing Tools Stockcd- . . . ... XIV BOOTS & SHOES We carry a large stock of the new est American, English, and Colon ial lines. . . . * : . . XTST CROCKERY Our-Special department will Repay a Visit. . . . . . In all the above Departments we have made heavy Purchases in anticipation , of :tlie. Tariff and the great bulk of our stock is marked to sell Free of Duty- • FOP AP II GENERAL SV1EROHANTS, GLENMORE HOUSE,' /BOWRAL. The Festive Season. with its ...

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Mothers' Meeting. "The destiny of a nation lies in the hands of Mothers." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

' MotSacrs' Mcetiaag. The destiny of a nation lies in the • hands of Mothers." • On Wednesday, December 4th, a meet ing was held at the Ministering League Room, in Knsp-strect, at which the head of the Free Kindergarten, aided by her assistant, Miss Mann, and Miss Murial Southey entertained the mothers of her Kindergarten pupils, Twelve mothers responded-to the invitation. The prin ciples, of the first and second, gifts were explained by Miss Carey, and a paper read on " The Punishment of Children." The" work done by the children' was also discussed and explained. . The afternoon was enlivened by songs and recitations. The visitors partook of afternoon tea kind ly. provided by Mrs, Stanger-Leathes, and a very enjoyable afternoon was ■ spent. Lively music was played to the mothers hnth cominer and eoinsr. The Mothers' Meetings arc held once a month', the ob ject being-to enable the mothers-to'acquire some knowledge of the work done by the children, and to arouse their interest in the...

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Death of Matador. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

S^eatli of Matador. Jiv,;; before going to press last night wo Tvcre informed that Mr. W. Gospor's valu able «lud horse, Matador, had met with a rather sudden doath a.few hours earlier in tho afternoon. This was rather'a young horse, and was jnsfc passing through its third, season. From information received wo understand tliali'..Mr, Gosper had Mata dor at Oomerton Parle yesterday afternoon, and the auimal bsing a little fresh, the owner gave a. slight twitch' of the rein, and apparently incensed, tho animal reared and falling backwards struck his head on a fctono causing immediate death. This will doubtless bo a severe loss to Mr. Gosper as Matador was a popular stud horse. ,

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

112 Mess. Tlin many friends .of. the Eov. James Woohionijli (formerly Wesloyan minister afc ■Bownil) will regret to learn tlmt his oldest sou, Mr, W, Woolnonah (Professor of Science (it tlio Sydney University), is (wo understand) lying dangerously ill at his homo in Syduey suffering from a complica tion of. complaints.

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Unpoplarising the School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Unpoplarising tlie School of Arts. Sir,—I tnlio tho tint opportunity of draw ino: the.attention of the subscribers of the SohooKof Arts and the general public to the ungenoroiui and positively mean spirit of a certain section of that inslUution's" commit too. ■ • ' Sometime ago the Ministe.riug Children'n ■League donated the School of Arts with the snm'of £1S. This waa a public-spirited do nation. Tho League lms • writtou to tho. committpo asliintj for a reduction in the runt, for an eutorfainnieut. ' Now Imuintain that there is not a single subscriber—ontsido the section who seem to control the School of Aria—who would be grudge tho League this .concession. One good turn deserves another. But the com miUee_suy no, and thoy thus offer a splon did inducement to other people, to help them. Snohan action as this nnist bring about in all riyht-minded people a feeling of . .■■■■, Disgust. - P.S.—Tboso acminsj; the coucessiou to M.O.L. were-r-The Rev. M. Ma3dorn, Messrs. Oxloy, Marston, C...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A Unique Possession. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A Unique Possession. Sir,—The members of tlie School of Arts ought to congratulate themsolves on ft pos session w.bich must bo positivoly unique, so far as the institutions of a similar charactor in this Stato are concerned. It is unique from every point of view, and I am pleased to note that such excellent caro is taken of it. My only anxiety is lest somo curio hunter should, while the oaretaker's back is turned, slip it inside his coat, carefully buti ton the coat, and walk off with it. In fact, so groat is my distress of mind about it, that I am willing to subscribe towards get ting a suitable cover or box to keep it in. Perhaps readers of this note are getting curious to know what it is ? Well, to make a long story short, it is the School of Arts blotter. Inspection invited. I am also glad to notice that tlie blotliug paper is roplen ishod onco a weelt. -Yonrs, &cM" Not One of the Committee.

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Young Woman's Christian Association. BUILDING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Young -Woman's Christian -Association. •BUILDING SCHEME. Tho building, if the Y.W.O.A. is to continuo its wotk, is not a luxury but a necessity. Wceoino into touch every week with 1500 girls of the factory claBS alone, besidos hundreds mora of every other class. Tlia TCarly Closing Act has made it necessary to'' provide club rooms, ito., for girts who are otherwise in the streets at night. The Y. W.O,A. ia worked on undenominational lines, and helps all young women irrespective of creed. , The work is at present carried on in tJircc rooms iri the Victoria Markets at a rental of £130, and, tho ac commodation is utterly inadequate, Tho operations of the Y.W.O.A. inoludo factory visiting, the meeting of.young girl travellers by steamers and trains, finding accommodation and work for them, Governess's Agency,'Servants' Regis try, Best and Luncheon Boom for business girls (100 of whom make use of this in tho dinner hour), Meet ings and Olassos for Members, Libraries, &c. The Boar...

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Sunday Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Sunday- Cycling. Sir,—In accidentally, coming across a copy of your contemporary's paper of last weok I noticed that the Rov. -M. Maddem, not content with attacking a number of the < local.institutions,:mu9t have an unnecessary •shot at the cycling clubs of the district over the practice of Sunday cycling. It may be' interesting to quote one of Mr. Muddern'a sentences—" As to the mad folly of'pelting along the road in a blazing sun,, to aocom-. pli.-h the sublime task of covering one huu-. dred, I can only, say some people have a queerway offcakinj* their pleasures." All per sons don't have the same ideas rogarding pleasures. Mr. Maddem further siatos-that ,as some aro ^making a craze of oycling, health and" Sunday' observance are. readily sacrificed to ?,the poorest, ambition in the world. - It' is hardly fair to speak po,- for the majority of those who indulge in Sunday riding are tho ones who are lied down to business the whole week, and to my know-, ledee many of them...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

IN MEMORIAM. GARDINER. — In loving memory of my dear Mother, MRS. ELIZABETH GARDINER, who departed this life 11th December, 1900. " We cannot clasp your hand dear mother, Thy face we cannot see ; But while life and memory last, We will remember thee." Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Sarah Jane, and William Francis Walker. 1054

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 December 1901

Old Age-.Pensions; .The local board at Goulburn granted the following applications last Thursday - Eliza Mully,- widow, Red Hills, Yarranga, 77. ^ ■ ■ Hachel Loder, Kangaroo Valley, via •Robertson, GS. '.Gerard Irvine, carrier, Hillside, Burra vvang, 65.' j-\', George Augustus Frederick ■■Atkinson, 'labourer,'.Bundunpon, GO, iuvaljd. ■ -'•"'iLouisu Aun'B,eoton, widow, Biindanoon, 65.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

MARSTON'S OR EAT FREETRAD E HURRY UP PLUMS FOR YOU FLUTTER! 3NTow oil at . M A E S T O N: S\ Bowral. EVERY PAIR A BARGAIN. EL Pairs Sample Boots and Shoes, Evening Shoes iw and Walking Shoes, Staktling Value.1 Every .^should see these, they are quick sellers. FOR CASH , Wall Papers Cheap. 5^- dozen Gents' Super Sample Felt Hats, much un der usual prices ; get them now. Men's and Boys' Suits absolutely .Duty Free ; Marvellous Value, 12s 6d, 16s. 6d, 17s 6d, to 45s. YOU PAY NO DUTY ON, THESE AT MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

f£. 15. Cottage Hospital. There was no meeting of iho committee yesterday (Friday) atrornoon in consequence of their being no quorum. Those present were—The linv. E. S. WiU kinson. Messrs. Gavin George, F, It. Ityngdon, and Alfred Stephens. jTeentoE ■'Bar rawang, WISHES to announce to tho resident of the district that lie has tnken over tho BLACK SMITHING and.. WniSKLWHIGHT liUSINRSS rdcently carried on at Mr,' Parker's premises, anrl hopes by Htrict iittention to ItitsitiosR and (;nod work manship to receive a fair share of pubjiu patron? age. ■ ' Horse Shoeing a Speciality. ^ ; ■ ' r . THE . SANATORIUM grand ptel, J. Hamilton, Jun., Proprietor*. Good Accommodation for Visitors.. Every Conr vcnienee. Splendid Situniion. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas. Best Brands of : . Wines and spirits kept. 1 761 I33HS3Sr,a?3ES!'aC2=a"Sr. IV3R. a JONES, (Lato Asst. to Dr. Magnus, Sydney, Dentist io His Excellency, Ihe Governor, Argyle-St., MOSS VASJE, BEGS to intimate to the Inhabitants o! Mos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

XMAS. XMAS. o Elaborate Preparations liave been —made by— MESSRS. HILL BROTHERS, BOWBAL, —FOR TJIE — ■ FESTIVE SEASON, f£^Sr> ~~ .And the UNIVEA3AL PBOVIDERS are now in a - ..■• po.-iitioii to supply the many wants of their numerous customers. The name of &IESSBS. HILI/ BROS, still echncB through the distriot, and overy householder looks with wondering and admiring glances at the rapid atridea taken by the ever-increasing'arid pro gressive firm, and llio establishment that has long sinoo won the reputation of being tho householder's friend. . . In spite of the imposition of the tariff HILL BROS-' famous low prices are (still raging*. Admitted on all Rides to be the rendezvous of economical wives, therefore all should lodge their Christmas ordetB without delay. THE PLACE FOR— ■Grocery,- Bread, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, Furniture, Fancy Goods, Toys, &c., &c. A MERRY XMAS TO ONE . AND ALL, Hill Bros.j BOWRAL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

T ADV domres holiday 'cnfjngoinent, GC.VERN .8..J ESS or COMPANION, resident or daily. -Y.W.O.A., ltendooley-Btroet, Dowrnl. 1002 Business giro wishes training as HOUSEMAID or NURSERY HOUSE MAID. Y.W.C.A., Ucndaoleyrst,, Uowral. 1002 1'^OR SALB.-ONE JERSEY HULL, TWO } COWS, ono springing HEIFER, and one OALF. Pnra Rred. Apply, HENRY MAY, » Knoylo," JQurradoo. ■*•■■■ 1059 I^OR SALE, a few young PIGEONS out ol birda tliat have llown from nearly nil stations un to Ooolamundra. Can prove name by railway receipts. Apply W. G; SMALL, Storekeeper. 1053 OR SALE.—Two young CoWS in fuil milk, very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, nnd ono OIILLD'S l'ONY, very quiet. Also light donblerSPaled BUGGY and HARNESS, "Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING,. ' CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Special Cheap Excursion to Sydney, THURSDAY, 10th DECEMBER, 1001. TICKETS at specially low faros of ljd per milo first cla«s return (minimum 7/6) ami Id per mile second class return (minimum 5/-) wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

CHRi§TMA§ & NEW YEAR CARDS, v Also in Packets and. Boxes, ife^^.3CrSSSaTE3^iL.E8,^ «Sc EOOESS, O^/.^E^^SSL. %lstn?as Presents, Gljristmas Annuals^ . . . / . . , , Books, Toys, Fancy Goods, Photo Frames, PURSES of all descriptions, a Fine Assortment to Select from STATIONERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, ALSO SADDLERY IN ALL IT'S. BRANCHES, EBB D/WIS, SADDLER & STATIONER, BOHC BONG ST, B9WRAL IO'l'l Dlflr. Cecif Complon. Purti.a Ekceived o,r Visited in Bowral and District., PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING ■'Jundidutoa p.ropnyud for College find University Exarninutio,us in Theoretical and . * Prncliciil Music. Address ; Post Office, ' Bowral. •FREE. F.^OM DUTY. OUR STOCK OF. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, &c-;, "BEING..:..;:.;...... UP-TO-DATE. CLEAN AND WELL-ASSORTED, ME See. no. reason to Hold a So-called Freetrade Sale or Freetrade Flutter to, kW get rid of old and damaged stock. Nevertheless ..... WE ARE STilL' OFFERING OUR GOODS FREE FROM DUTY, And'sb nil Continue to do so as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

SEEDS, nil kinds; FRUIT TREES; SHRUBS. BEST and CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., Goulburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWBAIi every TUESDAY ana FRIDAY. For Terms, &o., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bong Bong-street. 270 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couoh, or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, ifcc.; makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should bo ; repairs the sun shades; fixes up the sewing machine ; will re-cane your oliairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixos; furniture packed and stored. w.s. trusts by strict attention to business rind good workruauship, at low pricesfto merit your pat ronage, "'v i ' All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended,to. Note address: VICTORIA STREET, BOWBAL. Tea! Tea!! WE always have on lmnd new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our ouBtotners. "We also keep llje best Coffee, Cocoa...

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P.M. Church, Bowral. THE LATE SALE OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

Church, Bowral, THE. LATE SALE OF WORK. A meeting oj tho Ladies Sewing Class ia con nection with the Primitive Methodist Church at Hpwriil was held on Thursday afternoon, when mutters financial in reference to the late sale of work were dealt with. The'total receipts (in cluding donations),, amounted to £21 4s J Id, nnd the expences JJ3 5s Od, leaving a balance of £20 19/5 to go.towards tho local Methodist Supernumerary Fund, for which purpose the sale of work was held. Ic was decided to make another effort to wards raising the £50 required in Bowral, by hold-, ing a Christmas Tree in the Church on Monday week, 23rd instant. The'ladies of the Sowing Class wish to tender their thanks to all those who so kind ly helped in any way to tnako the Sale of Work a success.

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