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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

K. D. Cottage Hospital. " The-usual monthly meeting was held on; Monday afternoon: last, ^resent, Mr. Gavin George (chair), Hovb.! R. Si Wilkinson and M. Maddern, Dr. Val laok, Messrs.. C. W. Marsden, F. B. Kyngdon. ' Correspondence. . Apologies for non-attendance were received from -'Messrs. Bftdgery, H. fi. Wickham and J. Mealinpr. From Secretary Uniled- Friendly Societies' Demonstration re purchase of an article afc'a memento-of-the sports, stating thnt such would bo decided at a future meeting a3 there is still a balance in hand. The secretary further stated that it was more than like!y that the demonstrations would bo continued annually. From "Mrs. Yeo, Secretary of . the: B.D.M.C, League, Moss Vale, stating that on. account of assist ing cases of sickness in Sydney the committee had rescinded a-motion relating to the sup port of a bed ; in the hospital, but. would probably take the matter up at a future date From Seoretary of thcGrand InteratateChampion ship Blind Contest re s...

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

. XMAS THE LADIES* 190X9 ]|e;NDG^VOVS. Special lines in Lustre Skirts, Tinted, and Navy, and Black. Underskirts, white, and In colors, with Insertions andJLace. IX SILKS our stocle is; most ^complete. - We are-showing most, artistic colorings in figured.- Japanese -Silks, and our range '-'.-of plain> Japanese, and the popular glace Taffeta ^incl udes- all - the best selected colors. - . ' IKM®ESS GOODS we invite* inspection. There are a few specialities: • sucli.as Silk 'EoIienne.r .f..Voiles ii?. cream, , black, and. colors shot'Lustres, etj^.whiclv we cati'Sliow: yon; The - balance ■ of our sloj;k of season's,:Miislius and Cambrics is at your disposal , at cut- figures'".-^'clear.■ -■ :o t ■ v ... . V--V -: : '■ SILK COLLARETTES^ ' PEARL .--NECKLACES,'. . ' - , ' LACE SCARVES,' "FRUITS 'and ^LOWERS, BEAUTY PINS, j ' . PER FUME'S rH, FOR XMAS PMM8ENTS. We have many lines which space forbids; us to enumerate. From the 6d Photoframe or Inkstand, we have a complete range of attract...

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

Notice or Removal. j1r8. 8. A. JONES ^WISHES to inform her customers and the Ju'iV,' public generally that she has disposed of her stock to Messrs. J. A. Haig and C6.,gbut: will * ' . CONTINUE THE DRESSMAKING BUSINESS in the cottage in Merrigang-streeJ nearly oppo site the Fire Station, . • '• BCCWiliei^iTOB^iWWWi'll w. VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, - " El tin a aiB," Merragamg-st., saext fc© IFire. Station. Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies,. Buggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carriage V" for Visiting, - Invalids, &c. - Weddings attended.' Picnic Parties taken • to any part of- t^e District and Const. , The only-.four-in-hand DRAG in the town, and BEST iN TIJ.E DISTRICT. All trains met, and Telegrams promptly'attended to. ' Clipping and Singeing Done. m «Ta THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE is charmtnar*- *«i<* «.♦•» rnwi p-^ like grounds of 13 neresi on thn HeigSitS Of i*ockclii!e, SyiHicy, overlook nit L<vdy Robinson's Bcach( Sans Souci, Ootttiy Ouyi *.ho Hcatla and...

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

How to Avoid Trouble. Now is tho time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rsmedy. It is al most certain to be needed before the sum mer is oyer, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your busiest season. It is everywhere admitted to be the rriost successful medicine in uao for bowel complaints, both for children aud adults. No family can afford to be without it. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. A. W. Beer has Bikes for Hire.

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

GQNFipisNCE. A man who baa confidence in what :he has to show or exhibit can talk to bis fel-. low-man straight, and tell him all about his wonderful possessions. Moreover, the speech of a confident man catches on, and influences the hearer; and that is why the Sydney Cyclorama manager gjvos ever .pub licity to the great and marvellous show he presides over opposite tbe Eedfern B^ilwny Station. " He knoWB tlio genuiueness'of "his production of Jerusalem. His Boer war relics are facts in themselves, and the artists engaged for bis Hall of Mysteries aud Cine matograph are without reproach. So he has confidence to tsll all people that the show is a good one ; and any of our readers who neglect to see the sights of the Cyclor ama during their visit to town will regret it only once, and that for ever. -A.L

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THE BOWRAL SENSATION Bowral Police Court. Alleged Cattle Stealing. Monday. Dec. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

. THE Bowrax Sensation Bowral Police Court. Alleged Cattle Stealing Mopday. Dec. X6 Before Mcsar.". W. S. C.ij-wcII. P M.. R. S. Mac kenzie, J. J. ('amp dl;-and \y. F. Brenning, Jb.P. ■ ;Ti o court was auvn orowdcd. . JameV Patrick Griffiths, a dairy fnritjer, living at Glonqimiry, ahuut seven miles f oin KrHfcird Park; fluid ho'wus now u: der a-rest. Hn had never had anytoliarg8 pr.oferre i n'gaiiist him before. Ho know Sohofield as Mr. Hovdern's m nnger. In July, lSdO. lie bouRlit ftflfiw and a calf from him, and paid enBh f r th m. On another omission lie pur chased two Rteera, one for £2 10s. and the other for JE'i, which wero fair prices. In July lust ho bought a Jersey oow for £8. Sch< field had never told llira that he had no authority to sell. Bad he done so, wi'nni-s would not iiave dealt with him. On ono occasion witness said to Sohofield. •' Are you au thorised to noli the full bred stock as well as the luilf bred J" and lie said "5Tes." Ho bought cattle nn oth...

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

Protestant Alliance. The annual meeting ol the B'owral brnncli of tho Proteatnnt Allionoe Lodge took place at I ho Town Hall on Thursday evening last, Mr. A. \V. Bear, W.M„ prcsudiiiK. Tho veceiptB of the evening wero £14 8I'd, while accounts amounting to £20 7/3 were passed for payment, The business of the evening wan the election of officers for the ensuing ,vcar, which resulted as follows: -AY.M"., A.. W. Beer, D.M., 0. Cope; seorelary, W. W. Smith ; treasurer, T. B. Dunwoodie ;■ chaplain, W. Ueer ; senior older,. I. H. Edwards ; junior older, S. Carey ; representa tive to Grand Lodge Sessions, T. B.Dunwoadie, The lodge decided to tall in with tho suggestion from the united Fiiondly Societies' oomraittee that a union he formed, comprising the Fttonclly Sooietiea of the district, having for its main object the ar rangement of functions in aid of the hospital.. v ^HIP! HIP! ^ HURRAH! Away we Go! STRAIGHT TO— DAVIS'S. They Have Lots of Pretty Things for . CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, - And T...

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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

Crielketo ■BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. BUN DANOON. ■ A match was played on: Saturday fast at linndanoon between the above team's, and resulted in a,win for the former. The scores are ag follows:—: A530DIATJ0S. F. Copn 0. b Moore .. .. .. 14 L. Cnnw b Manre .. n .T .. 12 H. Pnnle not out .. .. .'. 2li •C, ./fines o, b Culverly .. .". 4 ■ Rev. A. \V. Pnrton 0 Shonlts b Rend 0 ■ - G. Cope riot out ' .. .. .. 23 Sundries,.. ,. .. ; 10 Total for four wickets .. .. 08 IiurnuNooN. Moore c F. Cope'' ;. .. .. 24 Nhnults how b Savoll .. ' .. 9 • Head sv. Poole b Jones 0 Smith 0 Poolo b Savcll .. .. G Btiaiman o Sftvell b Comer .... 11 Cltirk c Parton b Corner .. .. 9 . Calverley 0 C. Cope b F. Cope > .. 0 ■, MoWilliaras b J?. Cope .. 8 ,.Terry not out..... . .. .. 0 _ Campy.b Comer' ....... 3 Cbapmnn b If. Cope' .*.< • 10 i' ' Sundries... .. " 2 Total .. ' .. .. .. 01 The following have been selected to represent the Bowral Association C.C. in a ftiatcli with Kangalo'on to-day oh'the ...

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

A Chief Cook's Troubles, A Serious Cases A QUICK RESTORATION. The Case of Mr. G. BROWN. [By a Sydney Reporter.) The adoption of perfect ainitary measures for the benefit of the community has boon surging the uttention of the municipal officials with increased application aiace the outbreak cf plague. - Tho sapience of main, taiuing a perfect system- of sanitation hag . made itself patent, in view of the sucaess attendant) upon the cleansing operations which have taken place during tho past few months. The disease has been stampod out) of our midf-t, and vessels leaving onr ports', ore not subjected to quarantiuo in other oouutiifa. A oano bearing close resemblance to plague was investigated by one of our reporters at the homo of Mr. George Brown, Clifton Cottage, Stecl-ftrcet, Surry Hills. ." IIo-.v was your illness contracted quest ioned tho reporter. " Through working between furnaces, " and iur.i-ioreotly e.\posing myself to the cool cm- when iu a- (-late of perspiration. You sen...

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

Marriage. At St. Saviour's Cathedral, Gonlburn, at 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening, llih inat., Miss M. Ferguson, eldofft daughter of Mr. T. Ferguson, of Barber's. Creek, was married to Mr. William Siggs, sccond son of Mr. 1'. H. Sicgs, of Pejur. . liev. Canon M- rt'n officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father,'wan prettily dressed in floral silk with embroidered chiffon yoke. She wore the usual wreath and veil, 1 lilies of the valley being used instead of orange blossoms. She carried a handsome bouquet' of white carnations and roses, anJ wore a diamond ring, gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Misses Amy, Daisy, and Eva Ferguson, sisters of the bride, who were nicely attired in mull chiffon with lace and bebe ribbon toques to matoh They carried bou qviets of orimson cinuations, and wore gold rings, the gifts of tho bridegroom. There wero also two tiny maids, Daphne Ferguson and Irene Duffy, who woro dainty frocks of white silk and leghorn "hats with feathers a...

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

NO TARIFF. AT MANCHESTER HOUSE. = SOS • In the Premises lately occttpied tiy Mi% £■»- A. Jones we are showing a. Better*" Assortntent of Drapery to-day, than we havd ever pi'eviously Shown in Bowral. In fact we have added £1000 worth, of Drapery FREE OF DUTY, to oilr usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos* ition of boiug thg leading" Drapers in the Berrima District. "WE CARRY the largest and Best assorted stock, the whole of which has been bought at LESS TI-IA.N WHOLE SALE PRICES AND ABSOIitTI'JEL.Y FREE OF DUTY. All of this Stock will be Sold; Free of any Tariff Charges. Besides we are Showing another Direct Consignment of our famous Linen Goods', straight out From Ireland, also dxjty free. We are Selling these- Goods at the Price of First Consignment: liable 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 Steo offer you...

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

MARSTON'S Now on at * s * E A TfeJ-'v Fn *s k i1 r a n ' liw iEl JEfl A an AP PIfllITT N Ss, Bowral. HURRY UP PLUMS FOR YOU .... . . EVERY PAIR A' ■ BARGAIN. ;: Pairs Sample Boots and Shoes* Evening Shoes j and Walking Shoes, "Startling-Value. Every" should see these, they are quick sellers. you PAY NO DUTY ON THESE AT iVIARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL FOE 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 D.uty Fiiee ; Marvellous Value, 16s 6d, ,17s 6d, to 45s.

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mitlagong, and Robertson. Saturday, December 21, 1901. WE HAVE REMOVED. TO THE TOP OF THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

THE FREE PRESS. Vuhlhhei' in Bowtal, UitUtgong, ami Robertson. Saturday, Deoember 21, 1901. WE HAVE REMOVED. TO THE TOP OF THE HILL. The liead offifce of the Free Press, the : leading district paper, has been removed to the commodious premises lately occu pied by Mr. D.= Rutherford, opposite Messrs Hill Bros, where the large'and in creasfag business in the printing line will be carried on as heretofore. Business people will please note that this" is the largest circulated paper in the district and., is therefore the best medium for advertis ers. • •' A. W. Beer's Bowral Bicycle Depot Will ^lso becarried on-at the same place. Largest stock of bicycles' and accessories in the district. Inspection invited.

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

, 'Lawn Teasms. Oii' Wednesday afternoon ft tenuis match •wa«.pla'y«?d'ra}.;.t^.'Bui^watig Park between lie Bowral find-Burrftwang' cliib>. , 'After a. close coulest the match wits won by Bttrra .wiing. .The,.Visitors'* were entertained at. tea, by the members of tlio Burruwdng club, and the hospitality was much appreciated. The scores weie:— ' Burrawang. Bowral. Mi'ssoh M. aud E. Vance v.. Missus Jones and Valentine .... ... ... G-2 E. Smith and W. Burtrm v. A. YV. Par ton and T. Chapman ... Q.5 Mrs. Kenny a'ud Miss Brepnalmn v. Misses Duprez and Fnnstcni ... 6 8 E. Smith' nnd J. J. Grey v. A. Oorry and W. Valentine-. 6-1 Miss E. Vance and W. Burton v. Miss Jonea arid T. Chnpman... ... ffff Miss Bresnaban and J, Carson'v. Miss Valentine and W. Valentine ... 6 8 Miss M. Vance and E. Smith v. Miss Duprez and A. W. Parton 8 G Mrs. Kenny and T. J. Grey v.'Miss Fnnston and A. Gorry .. ... G-5 E. Smith and W. Burton v. A. W. Par ton and T. Ghapman ... ... ...8-6 Misses M. and E. Vance...

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

RAILWAY INFORMATION Passknokr trains arrive at Howral from Sydney: — : . 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays cxoeptcd . . 7 87 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday cxcoptod . 11.12 *.in., Saturday only' I2".-55 p.m.'daily, Sunday excepted /i.8!J p.m., Saturday only v ..... ■ ' "7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sundny cxccptod r 9.28 p.m.', Saturday only I'aasenger ttairis loavo Bowral for Sydney:— 3.!) a.m. daily, Monday excepted C;50.n.m. Sunday only, stops Mittngong and Strntli(ield only 7.i) a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, Btops Mittagong and Straililiold only \ 8.31 a.m. Monday .only,-(stops Mitiagong," IMcton, Grnnvillo, anil Strn'tlifiold only. 3.3(1 p.m."daily, Sunday excepted.

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

'fHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. .Capital paid up .. .. £1,000,000 Keservo fimd ,. .. .. 1,010,000 |leHervc Liability .. .. .. 1,000,000 Total .. ... £3,010,000 ' DIIlRCTOItS. *: • ' ■' G. J. COHEN Kih[., Chairman. Hon. fl.-E. KATKll, M.Ij.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENKY MOSES, itf.L.C.' Hon. WCHAUD JONES, M.L.G. E. \V, KNOX, Esq. . OI'.Nl!llAr, MANAOnrt. • ' T. A t)I13US, AMIITOltS. K S. CAPE, Esq 1 The lion. 1<\ T; HUM rflEEY, jr.L.C. BRANCHES in Now South yValoa and Queens land., ' ' ' ' ' Agencies throughout, the world. • " ' Uowrol Branch, GAVIN CrEOllGE, Manager. C. GRMj^, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER., P0BERT80 N. Orders called for, and ' Goods Delivorod Daily. Ilisfliest Cash I*rice eiven for . ,CO\V HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY skjns, J OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE CAT SKINS. ,838, Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. HAVE made preparations lor the coining season by stnckiuK tliu newest, and most up-to-date (iooda in Newest Designs ! Newest Shades I New est C...

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

SEEDS, all kinds; FRUIT TREES; SHRUBS. BEST and CHEAPEST in mock. 40 PACK UTS, TRAIN PAID; 10s. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., tioulburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. VISITS ROWRAL ovory TUESDAY and FRIDAY.'"' For Terms, Ac., apply Mr. Uhb. Dnvin, Bong liong-strcct, 2715 The Live Upholsterer'. w. IS still prepared lo sjpholster your suite,' or couch, ■ or chairs; repair your furniture—polish, &a.; mnkoa Carpets, and cleans and lays them, as they should bo ; repairs the run shades ; "likes lip thp sewing machine; will re-canc your chairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed and stored. ■W.S. trusts hy strict ntlenLinn to hnsiri.nSR and good workmanship, at low pnccs,-to merit your pat ronage. ■ ' ' •' All Orders and Telcprams promptly attended to. ,. ■ Note address: ■ VICTORIA STREET, ' ' KOWKAL. ■ J Tea! Tea I S WE always have on lidnd now shipments of specially prepared Coy Ion, Indian, and'China Teas to suit our cusiomorB. Wo nlsto keep t...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

BO\VRAI< MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every ft'tcrniUe Thursday, at tho Council Chambers, at 7.HO p.m. ' ' Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 jji.ih.; Wednesdays 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3 to -5 p. m. . "" Aliiermnn J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Farrow, council cleric.

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DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS. The present is a particularly appropriate time to take out a policy of life assurance in the "Australian Blufcual Provident Society. It is notified in connection with the next distribution of profits at 81st December, 1901,'that policies effected before the olo.se of the year will participate in the bonus then to be allotted. The far-famed and favourite A.M.P. has been consistently add ing annual record to annual record, and the Srst 'year of the Commonwealth and the new centnry promises to maintain this characteristic of the most successful Life Office ia the British Empire. In connec tion with the coming distribution, it is wor thy of nole that the amount of cash bonus dived among the - participating policyhold ers for the single year 1900; was £587,895. The substantial nature of the next distri bution may therefore be readily imagined. Intending assurers will recognise their op portunity, and mnke immediate application I fo the local agent or the h^ad off...

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

thk — ANNUAL -JUVENILE — plain and Fancy Qress BALL In' aid oI tho Ministering Children's League, ^ will bo hold nt iho SCHOOL OF ARTS, BOWRAL, j -ON- j WEDNESDAY EVENING, Tst JANUARY, 1902. M. B. MARSDEN, Hon. See. and Treas. 1020 Hull Committed., Organised btj MESDAMES MARS DEN AND ItOYLE to raise fund* to purchase a New Piaiio for the How ml School of Art», Will bo held oft SaiufdaY Evening, lllh January, 1902, —at the— School of Arts, BowraL . Doors open 7.30 p.m., commence at 8 p.m. Reserved Chairs 3/, Unreserved Seats 2/, Back Seats i/. Plan nt Mr. Iibb. Dovia'H,.Bong Bong-st., Bowral. 1037 . i In niil of tho Roman Catholic Church, Bowral, Will be lieli' in the SCHOOL OP ARTS on Jan. 15, 16, 17, & 18, 10O£ Fuller particulars r.cxt lssuiy- 1055 J, G. MORRIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS, Stock and Property Salesmen, Firo and Life Insurance Agents, BOWKAL. ripo the 1'eoplo nf Bowral nnd the SiuYounrJinK J. District, — Mil. H. MARKMAM MILLS, District Agent for ...

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