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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The Roman Catholic Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, The Roman Catholic Bazaar. Sir,—I venture to obfmrva in your valued columns that it senilis to me. and to a largo section of tils general public', thai f <r ft bazaar to bo tixerl at tho last moment for the wnek immediately prior to that long advertised for the Church of England Fete, to be-somewhat nf u curious fact. The Church Fete has been advertised, for three months past for Jan uary 22nd, nnd now ihe Koman Catholics come in tho work brforo for a four days' bazaar. ' I» it not regretabie that, this should have been decided upon ?, Our Roman Catholic townsman command success by their energy, and I would not desire to hint oven nt any intentional clashing, but surely u date not quite so close would have served their inteients batter.— Yours, &c. . A RESIDENT.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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MITTAGONG. MITTAGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

fflTTAGOI^G, MITTAGONU COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting at tha nbova was hold on Wednesday evening. Present: Aldermen Mealing (Mayor), Moses, Iludspefcli, Ijeighton, Mem field, Parkinson, Groubo, McDonall, West:iUiy. .. Correspondence. • From Hon. W. McCourt, M.P., dated November .27, ns. follows " The Department hnvo not yet ar rived at the cost, of the - proposed Miltngong water supply. Mr. Cutler the officer in charge,informal me the estimate of the cost would he ready at the end of next week, and wouU ba furwardod to your coun cil." Received. From Mr. John Eitld stilting ho would bo Rlad to cO'Operate with Hon.Mr. McCaurt, as to nocossityof having the Homes removed from the township to some site outBide, as indicated in the loiter ho had received from the mayor. Iteeeived. From council Clerk, .Toril fcrio, forwarding copy of following resolution and asking council's co-opera tion and support in having same carried into.effect; "Tlmt'Manioipnl Association ba written to 'ask...

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The Incarnation and Thought. SERMON BY REV. E. S. WILKINSON. THE PRESS—FICTION— ART. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

The .Incarnation and Thought. SERMON BY REV. E. S. WILKINSON. THE PRESS—FICTION— ART. . On Sunday morning last the Rev. E.; S. AVilkin snn in a sermon on " The Incarnation and Thought.'- based upon the text 2 Cor., x, 5, Bring ing into captivity every thought to tho obedicnca of Christ,said That it they were making an earnest endeavour to discipline their minds through obedi pnee to tha teaching of Christ, then there whb much that they would naturally avoid from day to day. They would avoid in the daily press everything that would tend to lower their ideal of purity of thought, lid believed that the press of their State was, on the whole, a power for good. Thoy could reckon all the self-seelting and rnercen'ariness, and iiidifferenco to the higheststandnrd. and pretence and cynicism in the newspapers of to:day, and yet they were .bound to confess that the Rood outweighed the bad, that they wore making for righteousness, and always on the side of - righteousness and justice. But ther...

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

It cad It in His Newspaper. George Suhaub,n Y^ell known German citizen of New'Lebanon, 0.. U.S.A., id a constant reader cf the) Din/ton Volkizcituwj. I-lb knows that this paper aims to advertise only tlie bust in itsjc3luinnF, and when he saw Chacciliflrlnin'tj Puia Bfilru' advet:" tiseil therein fur himn buck, lie did. not hesitate in Belling a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight weeks liuil BiilT.ired with the most terrible pains in her haek and nnuld get 110 relief. He ,says : V After usin^ (lie Pain Bulm for n few days my wife said lo me, ' X feel aa thougli born anew," and before lining the ontira .contents of the bottle the unbearable pains ha;l ontiiely* vanished and she could n^i\i 11 take up her household duties." He is very thankful and hopes thnt all suffering likewise, will .hear i^f her wonderful recovery." This valuable-liniment is for 6ale by D. Morgan, Oh?mist, liowral. I A. W. BEES for Bicyc.es,

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

DEAR LITTLE SHOES In white anc| colors. Great Variety, being Manufacturers' Samples. SUITABLE FOR, XMAS PRESENTS, St FREETRADE PRICES, 'fit I ??OTED CHEAP SHOP,. Qpp. RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. ESTABLISHED 1853 aUstralias GR€at£$t MUSIC HQUSC. under vice-regal ■ patronage. WBSggagSi PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, and all Musical Instruments. 2£BSS2E5SSBS®ESeai PALING'S eVWSA/VWVVVVVW*wV'> I High Grade ^ I Low Prices Latest Styles VIOLINS. CORNETS, BANJOS, GUITARS. MANDOLINS. FLUTES. ACCORDEON5. FIFES. BAND INSTRUMENTS. FREE CATALOGUES CiAXiXj OP. Wr.ITI^ yOB O-NB. W. H. FflLIHQ £22 CO., LTD. 333 CEOHCE ST., SYDfiEY. TOM COPE SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAli, (Nest to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Work done expeditiously and in first-'olass style. COPE BROS., Grocers & General Storekeepers. Only best quality goods stocked. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. KINDLY GIVE US A TRIAL. Next door to CHRISTIE'S, ..Bong Bong-jjt.,, BovsroJ. | MAF ...

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

A DREADFUL, WRECK, I tANOTHER PERMANENT CURE, The Case of Mrs. 8. WILSON, j (fOR N0&TU 8H0RS FOLKS.) A fen' years make a wonderful difference in the appearance of some folk,' whilst others pile on year after year without any apprecir* able cjiniit't' being noticeable! Increased aga jloeB not bring mi ancient exterior to ovary imlivitir.nl. A ease in jiomi is that of Mm. Snrali Wilson, who' lives at No. 11 Lanei L'ove Road, Npith Sydney. ' A reporter was told by that, lady tliat 'she if! twico the woman now compared to her condition seven years ago. ' ' " Wore you redtfeed through illness?" asked the writer. " Yes. I was brought down to abont Half my normal' ^yeight throiieh-a. waddc&iug attick of neuralgia., which brought on other oilmenU and rniule a dreadful wroek of my constitution.''- ' V How long did the attack lust!" " Wivhput a moment's ceesatfon I had neuralgia for. six' months. It was so bad ihat I sometimes felt riiy senses weredeserting mo. 1 often foil in...

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W. C. T. U. INEBRIETY A DISEASE. (DR. NORMAN S. KERR.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

w. c. t. y, INEBRIETY A DISEASE. (Dr. Gorman S. Kerr.), The leading Terqperao.oe Societies accept tho pos ition that there, is a disease, element in inebriety, and that convulsion is necessary-. We have never iecognised'a disease element until recently. We. have looked upon every inebriate, as a person who. desired to be an inebriate. I have never met with one myself in any pirt of the world who did. They have all failed in trying to keep sober. Nobody in tends to get drunk from the very start. On the judicial benph^as throughout tlie country, there is, a growing conviction of the fact that there is a pby-i sioal element in inebriety, as well as moral and reli-. gious element. The number of police court rep eaters and drunkards is nothing at all compared to the outside non-.crirainal part that never come ber fore the police. " Whatever value may be attached to alcohol as a medicinal agent affects in no degree the soundness of the foundation of the temperance movement, which is absti...

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Sepulchred in Ooze [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 14 December 1901

Sepulqhrecl in Ooze By A BANKER. In many parts of the continent p_f Europe, $nd also especially in Ireland, a source of ^oalth exists which is but sparsely utilised. For that ndnairahle fuel, peat, the arotnstfo perfutne of which is sq agreeable, and at the same time antisceptio i^ikI deodorizing, furnishes, for some purposes, an effective substitute far cpal, and feeing on the surface, can be obtained at smaller cost. Bat 4 morass of peat, apparently bqt a continuation of the bard greon swurd, is a treacherous quagmire, and has proved the dismal sepulchre of many an incautious traveller. It is related that at the Battle of Solway, in the time ofHenry VIII, a routed troop of horse plunged into one of these peat morasses, which instantly closed upon them, the quivering mass enfolded the en tire troop in its lethal grasp. We can picture the astonishment of the pursuers when they saw the fleeing enemy suddenly sink down into the green field over which they were galloping, the strugglin...

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A COUPLE OF STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

A COUPLE OF STORIES. Two stories came to tie from Sontl) Africa whick will bear repeating. The first is that at the sipge of Mnfeliing the Goer General oommenced firing nt long rnnuo, but his Bhells fell a.couple of miles from the intend ed mark. Baden-Powell thereupon caused some explosive to be fired as each shell fell with a view of encouraging the enemy's belief that he had got the right range and was playing havoc within our lines. -This sncoeeded for some time: but at length the enemy became suspicious or obtaiued infor mntion, and thpreupon fired a blank shell, and off went the BritHi explosive as before 1 The laugh was against our gallant defenders for the nonse ; but the iuse had meantime proved most effective. The seoond story is that on a lieutenant on going the rounds a sentry presented arms on which the lieutenant told him this should be done ouly to field officers, that to others sholder arms was the proper thing. "Well, I didn't know," said the coniry; " but at any ra...

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Mr. O'Sullivan's day labor and minimum wa»e'policy is attracting great attention in France and Germany,- and other European conniries. Tlio newspapers are very much interested, and Mr. O'Sullivan's ideas may yet be adopted on the continent. The Australian Premiers are promised a (glorious time in London in June next, when tli.ay attend the coronation 'carnival. They will,be put up at ofie of the royal .-palaces'," and will have any little thing they want in the way of ribbons, or stars, or carters. It will be Sir John See alrignt this time. While Mr. See is about it lie might net knighthoods for Mr. O'Snlliviui and Mr. Wise. A chance like, this might never oc cur again. Mr. Copeland must thank'his stars lie is in London as a«»ent general. This hardy miner, of other days will, no donbr, hear his Majesty the King command " Arise, Sir Henry Copeland ! " The will of Torn Hales, Australia's most successful jockey, pans out £880 only. Yet he must have made a score ...

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Character Sektch. MR. W. S. CASWELL, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Character Sektcli. MR. W. S. CASWELL, P.M. The subject of this sketch has been 54 years in the Public Service, and only once duriug that long period has he cost the Government anything for a relieving offi cer. He was born in Worthing, England, on the 29th of March, 1828, his father be ing at the time a lieutenant in the navy, and in charge of a coast-guard station. The latter was induced to emigrate to New South Wales by the liberal promises of grants of land and convict servants to any person possessed of capital who would come out to the colony. He ar rived, with his family, in 1829, and short ly afterwards, accompanied by a black fellow, walked from Newcastle to Port j Stephens for the purpose of selecting a j block of land. He took up 2560 acres, but subsequently discovered that, with the exception of about 50 acres, it was worthless. He had groat difficulty in per Bua'ding the authorities to allow him to exchange this arid waste for a more suit- J able property, but at length ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

How to Avoid Trouble. " Now is the time to provide yourself nn<] family with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over, and it procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in ,your bu-iess season. It is everywhere admitted to 'be the most suocespful medicine in use for bowel 'complaints, both for children and adults. No family can be without it. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowal. A. W. BEER'S BICYCLE DEPOT, (Free Press Office) The Rendezvous of all Cyclists. A PURE SOAP Is Necessary FOR A GOOD" COMPLEXION A Soap to be pure 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. DANDRUFF AND SCURF. YOU never realise how many other people are troubled with dandruff until you begin to notice coat collars and velvet sleeve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

INFANTS' LEAR LITTLE SHOES In white and colors. " Great Variety, being Manufacturers' Samples. SUITABLE e^p + XMAS PRESENTS, at FREETRADE PRICES, at NOTED CHEAP SHOP, Opp. RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. VICTOR PIANOS AT PALING'S THE Victor Pianos are manufactured for Paling's only in one of the most up-to-date Factories in Germany. THEY arc made extensively for and patented by us. THEY contain the experience of our 48 years in the Piano Business. THE leading points of the many thousands of Pianos passing through our hands have been concentrated in our Victor Models. WE have always had a large demand for the Victor Pianos, amounting to close on 400 per annum. Don't you think this large demand means that all the Victor Pianos have given the greatest satisfaction td' buyers. IF you are thinking of buying a really high grade Piano at a very nominal cost, the "Victor" should be uppermost in your mind. MADE in TWO Models, which can be bought either for Cash, with a Special Discount, or on Our Easy...

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NOTES. THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

NOTES. THE WAR. The cablegrams oncc more tell of the end of the war, but as these forecasts are invariably followedby reverses and rein forcements the Australasian public has become scepticalof such announcements, Mr. Chamberlain has just remarked that he would willingly, retire from office; if such a step would facilitate on honorable peace. This looks as if Mr. Chamberlain had no delusions about^the happy termin ation of an anxious and disastrous cam paign. Then the Imperial Government has accepted the ofter of 600 Canadians, the conditions being that the men should be paid by Great Britain and not by Can ada. Major Rupert Carrington made an appeal for 300 Australians, and we refuse to itjgur any expenditure in connection with" contingents unless the Imperial Gov ernment make a direct request.- The fact is that military'enthusiasm has slumped in Australia. Then New Zealand, the most prosperous and patriotic of depend dencies, is not responding to any .hints for. a further continge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Cholera Morbus a Dangerous Disease. In many instances attacks of cholera morbus ter minute fatally before medicine can be procured er a physician summoned. The safe way ia to keep at • hand a reliable medicine for use in such cases. Fur 'this purpose there is nothing so'sure as Chamber jain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Beniedy. \V. E. Busworth, of La Fayetie, Ala., U.S.A., says : "In •June, l'OOQ, I 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 £>. Morgan, Chemist) Bowral. MEDICAL. 13 IS,. FOULD S,. l.R.C.P. (Lond)., • . (LATE OF LOSlfOit S.W.) .; HAVING- ' PURCHASED DR. FHHER'S PRACTICE, will after Feb. 21 conduct it at " Eas'ing-ton," Merrigang-struet, u few doors from J>r..l?isber's present residence. " Eastingtou," .. *f Merrijfaag-street. . •670-;.. If you stop eating you will Eurely "get thinner and thinner, until at last you starve to death. Grass won't answor, a...

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A MINING BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

A- MINING BOOM. . Information is to hand of preparations on a gigantic' capitalistic scale in' London for a mighty mining boom in South' Africa. ; Sixty of the biggest speculators in (goldmining properties are establishing a paper of mines in London to work:off the boom, and operations are. to begin immediately. The war locked, up an -enormous amount of gold mining capital and speculators are impatient at the prolongation of the struggle between the British: and the Boers. .Now :what Australia-vwants to know is this: ,Why have Australian-gold mining fields been neglected by the British speculators. Why as a reward for-, our war work in South Africa has not; British capital; as sisted us tovdevelop our-.inexhaustible mining fields'? Why are we not sharing, in- the flow of capital that is going-to cre ate the record. Boom ? The gold mining enterprises in South' Africa will attract thousands and' possibly'tens of thousands . of Australian miners, and these hardy and experienced men ■&g...

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INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. FOURTH CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. FOURTH CLASS. Ivy Jodes. (doll), 1st lor general -proficiency Dorothy Thom, 2nd general proficiency •Joe WiHK general protioieney Bertie'Stokes, dictation Eric Wade, general improvement and oondflot Bobbie Ganh, porsoveranoe nnd conduct Willie'Murphy, genoral improvament Sidney Smilli, improvament in spelling ! Walter Bowtell, profioienoy. Elsio Knban, writing and dictation Myrtle Watts, genernl improvement and condnei Elsie Brown, dictation Dorothy Thorn, arithmetic Moggio Ramsay, perseveration Florrie Stokes, writing .Elsio Phillips, reading Sylvia Oompton, reading THIRD GLASS, Archie Oonkburn, proficiency Jimmio Charker, arithmetic Eddie flatting, general proficiency Ned Stennor, dictation. . George O'Brien, mental arithmetic Dennett Stokes, dictation Stanley Sheather, arithmetic i?eroy Trevathan, perseverance Willie Ramsay, perseverance in spelling' Charley MoOauley, regular attendance . Theresa Sauer, general .proficiency Elsie Pope, dictation Kathleen Oost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Notice of Removal. MRS. S. A. JONES WISHES to inform her customers and the public generally that she has disposed of her"stock to Messrs. J. A. Haig and Co.,f but will .. CONTINUE THE DRESSMAKING BUSINESS' in the cott3ge in Merrigang-street nearly oppo site the Fire Station. ' MOSES JOMES,^ VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, . " Eltham," Merrigang-st, next to Fire Station. Cabs, Sociables', Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and,Gent's Hacks; Victoria Carriage for Visiting, Invalids,>&c. ,.. Weddings attended.- Picnic Parties taken to tffiy part of the District and Coast.■'< The' only four-in-hand DRAG in the town, and BEST IN THE DISTRICT. All trains met, and Telegrams promptly attended to. . Clipping- and Singeing Done. ROCKDALE SYDNEY. REV?C.T.FORSCUTT.B.A Principal. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE is cfcarmlnirW situated ir» it« oWn" p:\rk liHe grounds of 13 acrosi on the Meigfftis of ^ocl(dale, Sydney, overlook ngr Lady Cotoinaon's Beach, Saris ftouci, Ootany Bay, the Heads and the O...

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BOYS' DEPARTMENT. FIFTH CLASS.—Upper Division. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

BOYS' DEPARTMENT. FIFill CLASS.—Upper Division. Alfred Stephens, 1st lot general proficiency ; Walter Stokes, 1st for reading and history Herbert Viokory, 1st for history and dictation William Niabet, 2nd for general proficiency Miohael Mgan, 2nd for good progress • Beginald Swan, 2nd for history and dictation Lower Division. Pryoe Jones, 1st for general proficiency. Valentine Sauer, 1st for dictation Joseph Burnett, 1st grammar and algebra •John Horne, 2nd for general proficiency - , • Arthur Boylance, 2nd for good progress Cecil Jones, 2nd for history v Henry Davidson, 2nd for composition and writing - : . FOURTH CLASS. : Erie Whiteman, 1st for general proficiency Christian Sauer, 1st for grammar Charles Hopson, 1st for geometry William Hill, 1st for writing and composition . ~> Selby Bailey, 2nd for general proficiency ' ' ' Stafford Kugont. 2nd for dictation and writing Thos Iielelier, 2nd for good progress ; * Throeby Clarke. 2nd for reading Boger Carlson, 2nd for geography ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up £1,000,000 Reserve Fund 1,010.000 Reserve Liability 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 UIUKGTOI13. . G. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. (I. E. K ATElt, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENBY MOSES. M.L.C. Hon. KICIIARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Esq. OKNHHAti MANAOI5II. T. A DIliBS, Esq. ADDtTOBS. E. S. CAPE, Eeq. The Hon. l\ T. HUMPHEKY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land. Agencics throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. 0. GRAHAM, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, EO BEET SON. Orders called (or, and Goods Delivered Daily. Hiffliest Cash Price eriven for >' COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS. OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. ijOGAN & ADCOGK The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations for the coming season by stocking the newest and most up-to-date Goods in Nejvest Designs! Newest Shades I New est Colore I' They would also di...

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