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Distribution of Prizes. BOWRAL SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Distribution of Prizes. | BOVVBAL SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL; Tho distribution fit prizes in connection with the Bowral Superior Publio School took place yesterday (Friday) afternoon in the School ol Arts before a largd audience. Tho Mayor ol Bowral (Mr. _J. M. Christie) ocoupiod the chair. Before distributing the prizes the following programme was gone through: Part song, Star of Peace,, by senior pupils ; dialoguo, The Rivals, Masters Jas Hill and Eric Wbiteman; song and chorus, Genevieve, by Masters Tbrosby Clarke and Pryoe Jones; dialogue, Speech Day Preparation, Masters Alf Stephens, W. Neebit and Walter Stokes ; part song by pupils, Home Sweet Homo ; recitation, Speech Day., Walter Stokes j -glee, Tho Wreath. The ehairmnn then made a few remarks congratulating both teaohers and scholars on tho splendid result of their recent sale of work. Mr. Thos. Bonynge (head-master) reported on the attendance of scholars at the school, and read a financial statement concerning the sale, which ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

RAILWAY INFORMATION. I Pasbbnoer trains arrive at Bowral (rora Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m! daily, Sunday excopted ' 5.33 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:— 3.0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted G 56 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only ' 7.3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only _ 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Granville, and Strathfield only. 1.31 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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

Whooping Cough; My little pon had an attack of whoopins ooufjh and was. threatened with pneumonia; but for Chambei Iain's Cough Remedy wo Mould have had a serious timo of it. It also saved him. from several severe attacks of croup.— H. J. Stuickfaden, editor World Herald. ¥ air Haven. Wash., tJ.S.A. For %ale by D.-JJorgan, Chemist, feoivraJv ij^OR SALE.—Useful Hooded Phaeton, at a low price io ploar j Rood Double-Seated Buggy—a bargain lady'B Brandford Bioyolo in good order.— J. G. MORRIS & CO.; Bowral. 1004 FOft. SALE, & few young PIGEONS out of birds that have flown from nearly all stations up to Cootnmundra. Can prove Baroe by railway receipts. Apply \V; G. SMALL, Storekeeper. 1053 FOR SALE.—Two yoring COWS in full milk, very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, and ono CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. Also light double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butoher, Bowral. QUADRILLE PARTI.—The usual fortnightly Quadrille Party will be held to-morrow (Thursday...

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FARM and DAIRY. GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Hit lAIi)Y. GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR - FOR DECEMBER. By A. Landsdownh, Gnulburn. The season so far has. been favourable to growers, and where our advice re man uring and deep thorough cultivation has been followed there is a prospect of good crops. - On no account allow the surface soil among crops to become baked or over .grown-'with weeds. Keep the hoe and scarifier going, and use all the weeds and litter for mulch. The season still prom ises to be stormy and rough at times,, with hot periods. Tender plants will need shelter, and watering must be copious. Kitchen Garden.—Sow peas, cress, let tuce, raddish, savoy and other cabbage, broccoli, sweeds, and other turnips, cauli flowers, celery, carrots, French and other beans, &c. Place plenty of litter under melon and other vines; thin out tomatoes. Give ample water. Fieki.—Sow Swedes, peas, carrots, cab bage, buckwheat, amber cane, sorghum, planters' friend, Hungarian and broom millet, corn for ensilage. Plant late pota toes...

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

Read It in His Newspaper. George Schaub, a well known German citizen of.. New Lebanon, 0., U.S.A., is a constant reader of. the Dai/ton Volk-izeitung. He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its column?, and when lie saw Chamberlain's Pain Balm adver tised (.herein fur lnme hick, he did not hesitate in pelting a botile of,.it. for his wife, who for, eight weeks had mifferuJ/'witli (lie most; terrible |iai»s in her back arid could get ho relief; ille says : •! Mtet . uxintf the l'ain Bilm'for a few flays my wife «ai<l to me, ' I feel a3 though horn anew," and before usini» the entire contents of the 'botile iht unbearable pai.iB hul entirely vanished. an I nhe could again take'up her household duties." He in vory thankful and hopes that all suffering likmvise will hear of her wonderful recovery. ••• .This vahmM'V liniment id • for Bale by D. Morgan, Chemist, iijwral.

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FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

FODDER. While good and clean material is re quired for hay, any succulent growth, no matter what it may be, so long as it is .wholesome, can be converted 'into'ensil age, and there is no trouble in making it. Even thepatchesof grassin thecultivation. fields, ought all to. be carefully saved. The only precautions to be observed are to cut the crop while it contains all. its succulence, cart it as quickly as possible to the silo, and ;weigh it to prevent too high a rise of temperature. If "this; be' done it is impossible to make a mistake in preserving ensilage. Where most people err is in allowing the material intended for ensilage to become too ripe, and ; conse-j quently lose part of its succulence. They do not cut it green because they are afraid it will heat and spoil. No fears on this account need be entertained, as the weight of the material itself, coupled with the. pressure, mechanically or/otherwise, that may be applied, will obviate all danger of the fodder being injured. A...

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STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

STRAW. A contention atone time was that straw contained no nutritive properties that "were beneficial to stock, and therefore -it was only a waste of time saving it, as eventually it would-have to be burned. A change, however, has taken place, and the advantage of having a supply of straw on hand.isnow fully appreciated by most stock owners. With a straw stack and a supply of ensilage the farmer is in a pos ition to: meet the requirements |of winter, : Ensilage and straw can be profitably fed •to stock, the two going well together. The average farmer in the mallee, how ever, is debarred from using the binder, owing to, the roots.and other obstructions, so that for the time he must adhere to the stripper. Asjie cannot, therefore, obtain the benefit of the straw, there comes in the question of burning, which is vdescrib-; ed as injurious and wasteful: In one way. it is wasteful, but what is to lie said when it is unavoidable ? As^to being injurious, that is not fully proved. Certainly...

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Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Correction. In our report of tho last Bowral School of Arts Comniitteo meeting, we stated that the voting in I 'oonnection with tbo request for a reduction in tho I 1-onfc of the hall for (ho Ministering Children's Lea gue Annual Hall on January 1st next next was as followsFor the motion that a reduction be made —Messrs. 0. W. Maraden and P. B. Kyngdon (mov ers), Jos. Stolies and Dr. Morgan ; against: Messrs. J. J. Campbell, G-. E. Marston, Ebb. Davis, H. M. Oxley, J. M. O'briatie, and Eov. M. Maddern. We inadvertently inserted the names ol Dr. Morgan and Mr. Stokes amongst thoso who voted for the motion, which was erroneous, tho former having voted against it while tho latter was neutral. The usual fortnightly quadrille party is adver tised to talto place at the Oddfellows' Hail to-morrow ■(Thursday) night. As this will be the Inst party, this year, a bumber house is expected. Messrs. .T, G. Morris and Co. will sell on Saturday next furniture and effects on account of Mrs. II. Scho...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Accident. Mr. .T. W. Norman, while returning from tho Bow ral Court House at midday on Monday met with a rather, serious aocidcnt by boing thrown from a pony. Shortly after mounting, the animal commenced . to buck about .with tl o above result. MK Norman, who was rendered unconscious for a Whilo, reoeived a severe shaking, ar.d bad several riba severely...in^ jured. J)rs. Vallaok and Foulds are in attendance, and tlio patient is tie jvering as well as can be ex* liected.

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Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Saturday Afternoon. On resuming, Mr. Gavin George, Manager of the Commercial Bank, produced a document showing .raonien paid into the bank by Schofield. Jonathan Brooker deposed I flra a dairyman liv inj* at Kangaloon, for the past 35 or 3G years; thi-: is the first time I have been charged with anything o£ this kind; 1 know Sphofield ; he has always boon reoognised as manager of Mr. Hordern's farm ; f had ono deal with him ; I first saw Mr. Sahoflold in Bowral, and askod him' if he had any bulls for sale he Baid lie Imd b fow c\it therri; a week or two after' then Mr. Emory and I went to tho farm'and select ed ii' bull; I purchased a'yeaHing'A'yrshiro, Bull; [ pavo' him £5; which' ho asked ; t paid him by chcquQ; a few days oftor I came for delivery, taking Emory with mo ;■ Emery also bought ono; wo took delivery on thb sarnb day; tho chcqao produced ia' the ono I gavo to Schofibld ; Scholiold turned tho cattle out of tho yard, and wo took delivery; it ia_ absolutely untrue that Sc...

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Saturday Morning, Dec. 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

Saturday Morning", Dec. 14th1. Oti resuming on Saturday morning Schofiold was again placed in the witness boS. By Mr. Want: I cannot remember prices realised for cnttlo ac the Moas Valo sulo I liavo a list of th'o bulls sold nt Moss Vale, but it is at home; tho cattle wera advertised in the paper tho day before' the sale by myself; I did not send circulars round intimating farmers of this sale; I putii reserve of £5 os, per head ; I used to work at Gardiner's when Mr. Hordcrn had his horses there ; I have never boon in trouble over any raoo meetings. I will not swear how much money lias been' paid to Mr. Hordern out of the 57 head of stoelc; I sold Roberts a bull in Augustfor £8.which I think was paid to Mr I will not swear in whose favor tho ohequo was drawn ; I did not toll Roberts .ob'onchoaeaasion ho bought stock from mfi that I had no authority ; I have not kept a tally'of all beasts sold, except those sold with Mr. Hordern's consent: I never sont Mr. Hordern a statement, but s...

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

S3. B. Cottage Hospital. The usual monthly meeting was hold on Monday afternoou last. Present, Mr. Gam George (chair), Eevs. 15. S. Wilkinson and M. Maddern, Dr-. Val lack, Messrs. O. W. Marsden, F. B. Ivyngdon. Sub-Committees' Report. The hospital had been visited and everything fpund satisfactory. Hedges had been trimmed, and other work attonded to. The committee referred to ■complaint re high temperature of the isolation ward on hot. days.—Decided to place thermometers in Isolation ward and outside to test temperature. Hon. Treasurer's Report. Credit balanoe at bank £2GG 6b 8d; the following ■accounts have been received Bince last meeting. Mobs Vale boxes £i 15s Id; donations: Mr. H. Heed, 10s; Mr. George, £1 Is; anonymous £2;, patient's payments, £6 14s; Government subsidy, £107 13s 4d; total, £122 13s fid. Account s amounting to £40 2s 5d were passed for payment. .

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

Furniture and Effects, SATURDAY NEXT, DEO. 21, AT 2.30 J. Gr. MOERIS & CO RAVE received instructions from MRS. H. SCHOFIELD to soil by auction on cbove ylato at rooms adjoining liratid Hotel, in Bong Bong •Street,'whero the goods will be removed for conven ience o! sale, FUItNITUiili, ito., comprising :— 2 double half-teBter Bedsteads, Wire, Hair and Kupok Mattresses, large Pine Wardrobe, Pino Duchess Chest, Withstands and Ware, Spring Oonch, 2 American OhairB, 2 .Austrian Chairs, 8 Pictures, Floor Cloths, Couch and 2 Chairs upholstered in velvet, Card Table, Cedar Book ; Caso and Cupboard, Cedar Safe, large Dininp Table (6 x 3), ornaments, 2 Kitahen Tables, Crockery and Glass Ware, Tubs, Buckets, Kit* clien Utensils, &o., &c. NO EBSBRVE, TEEMS CASfl. • 1005

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

SEEDS, nil kinrfB; fruit TREES; SHRUBS. HIiST and CHEAPEST iri"«tocIc. 40 pack ETS, TRAIN paid, 10s. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., \ Uoutburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS BOWRAL every TUESDAY and HUD AY. For Terms, etc., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bohr Bong-street. 276 ^The Live Upholsterer. " . STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite, or couch, or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, &c.; matas CarpetH, nnd cleana and lays ihera as they should be; repairs the sun shades; Uses up the sewing machine; will re-cane your choirs at less llian Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture pacltcd anil stored. W.S. trusts by strict attention to business and Rood workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat ronage. i ; . All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: VICTORIA STREET, BOSVUAL. Tea! Tea !! WE always have on hand new shipments of : specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our customers. We nlso keep the best ColTee, C...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

BOW UAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday') at .the' Council ^Chambers,at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's oflice hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7, to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. \V. R. Farrow, council clerk.

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson'. Wednesday, December 18, 1901. THE BOWRAL SENSATION Bowral Police Court. Alleged Cattle Stealing. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 December 1901

TEE FREE PRESS. Published in Bouiral, Mittagong, and Robertson'. Wednesday, December 18, 1901. 'THE i Bowral Sensation Bowral Police Court. Alleged Cattle Stealing: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901. ' Bafore.Messrs'. S. Caswell, P.M., R. S. Mac-' kenzie, J. J. Campbell, A. Stephens. W. Alcorn, B. Short, C. J. Royle, H. M. Smith, \V. P. Brenning, R. H. RobertB, J. A. Badgery, and T. Loveridge J's P. At the court the attendance of spectators not only from Bowral by from all parts of the district far eclipsed that on any previous occasion. The Bench was more crowded than Usual, and the presfcnde of so many solicitors arid d type-writing deposition cle^k were quite unusual for Bowral. ...Mr. Want, instructed by Mr. Thomas Marshall of Put-street, Sydney, o'ppenred for T. A. Smith. J. A. Griffiths, Chappie, W. Stonner, J. Brooker, W. Emery, G. RobertB, Alex. Smith, and B, Moss, i Mr. Moss appeared for W. Norman and A. Rowe. Mr. C. Bull, instructed' by Mr. H/ M/ Oxloy appeared for the prosecution...

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

Tidings NO TARIFF. AT MANCHESTER HOUSE. ~ :' Iii tls'e Premises lately occupied by Mrs. S. A. -Tories we are sltdwing a Better Assortment of Di'dpery to-day, than we have ever previously .Shown in Bowral. In fact we have added £1000 worth of Drapery FJRE E OF DUTY, to' our usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos ition of being the leading Drapers in the Berrima District. "VV~JE CARRY the largest and best assorted stock, the whole bf which has been bought at • r .• LESS TI-iAN WHOLESALE PRICES AND ABSOLUTELY FREE OF DUTY. A. 11 of this Stock will he Sold Free of any Tariff Charges^ Besides we are "Showing another Direct Consignment of our famous Liner. Goods, straight out FROM IREDAND,- ALSO DUTY FREE. We are Selling these Goods at the Price of First Consignment: Table Cloths at 3/9, large size, which are the Best Value, To-day, in AUSTRALIA, and worth a lot more'than the price: we ask. These are Bargains and can be recommended by the buyers of pre vious Consignment, we also ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

CUioIcra Slorbns a Dangerous Disease. In many instances attacks of cholera morbus ter minate fatally before medioine can be procured ,or a physician anminonert. The safe way is to keep at hand a reliable medicine for use in each eases. For this purpose there is nothing eo sure as Chamber lain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy. W. E. Buswortb, of La Fayette, Ala., U.S.A., says : "In June, 1900, I had a sarious attack of cholera morbus and one dose of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy gave me relief in fifteen minutes." For sale by J). Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

A. "W. BEER for Bicycles;"

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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

Weslejrara. ; The local plan of Methodist Union fsnb mitted by the Bowral Circuits to thfl Muth SjOdist Federal Council, has bom approved. The Utiion will be itiiuigiu'iited bv a.Watch night''.Service in the Bong- : Bong-street; Church, at 10.30, on 81*t instant. . Oil .Sunday,! January . 5tli, tlio new order of 'worship-will begin, service bring held in the B'ondooley-street Church at 11.'a.m., and the Bong Bong-street Church ut 7.80 p.m. A Cump Meeting tvill.be held at 8 p.m. ■ .On and after this date the following ser vices will be discontinued: Bong Bong street 11 a.m., Bendooiey-street. 7.80 p m. Arrangements nre in himd to celebrate the-Uuion by a Toa Meetin;,', the date of which will be shortly announced.

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