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THE QUEEN ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

THE QUEEN ROSE. • I never can forget, (says the Rev. E)r. Parker) that-great, glorious mother, that greatest of all. the queens, Victoria, and how on one occasion slie fwas -present at the rendering of the "Hallelujah Chorus," It is the custom of an English aiiclience to Pise whilst, that ''Hallelujah Chorus" is being rendered. AH the ' people leapt to their feet, but Her Majesty sat still in her appointed place. The great chorus roll ed on, "Hallelujah, for ever and ever, King of Kings,"and Lord of Lords. Hallelujah, King of Kings "; and Her Majesty rose, and she never was so queenly as when in rising at that great challenge" she flung }ier simple diadem at the feet of 'f'Qiir Lord Jesus'Christ. ' i::

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

Whooping Cougb. My little boii bad an attack crt whooping cough and was threatened with pneumonia; but for Chamberlain's dough Bemedy.we Mould have had a Befioua time of it. It aUo saved him from several Bevere attacks of croup.—H. J. Stbiokfaden, editor World Herald, Fair Haven, Wash., U.S.A. For sale by D. Morgan, Gheiuiut, Bowral. Owing to our limited space in tliis issue we have been compelled to hold over till our next a number of most important items. Thorc will bo Rpccinl Gliiistwins' servifcra1 in tho Primitive Methodist Church ort Sunday notft. Tho' prenchpr'will be the Rut. A. W. I'nrton, whoso a ab ject will bo "The star in. thti cait" at 11, amj> " ClitisimnB thoughts" at 7.30. Ob- Siitnlay'afternoon nc.vt there will be1 tlit annual Gift and Flower Service at St. ] ude's Church. The gifts and flowers will be sent as usual to the hospital, and' the children of the Mittagong Homes. A Christmas Carol Service will be giv en in the Wesleyan Church,- on Xmrts dtiy, at 7.30....

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W. C. T. U. 4 The Slaughter of the Innocents. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

'' c. T. y.' 4 The Slaughter of the Innocents. Pure, innocent, helpless, loveable, God given babyhood, are cruelly crushed 'out of existence by the ruthless hand of man, when they bar the the way to our am bition, greed, selfishness. From the times of Pharoh and Herod the King down to our own time this sacrifice to Molec, Mammonis made not alone by those wjiom "we call "The heathen " but by so-called Christian' nations, notably the British speaking race,' of whom we are so rightly proud to claim descent, for has not England been the'watclnvord for liberty, freedom. Has she not been rigteously and gloriously stiled " England the home of the world ? " " But listen to the black charge laid -at our door by one of God's faithful and fear less servants, Rev. J. M. Bryerre f The last year of a memorable century of progress has been dishonored by a cal lous House of Commons, refusing to pro tect innocent children from the tempta tions of an avaricious drink traffic. Despite the herculean ex...

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

| ■ —: " It's a Well-Assorted. Match " is the exclamation of every loyal Englishman in speaking of the recent marriage of Prince George of Wales and Princess May. That thehappy pah' •will be spared to rule over our country wisely and well, and enjoy tbd blessing of good health, is a prayer that will •find an echo in raatiy liearts, Holloway's Pills and Ointment have beeu the means of prolonging thousands of people in all parts of the world, ond now they are looked upon as.tho most reliable family medicines. In cases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick headache, fever, indigestion and liver complaint they are unapproachable by any known remedy, They are sold by all chemists and medioine' vendors.

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Association Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

Association Brass Band. The members of the Bowral Association Brass Band rondbred a programme of iriusio at the resi dence of .Mr. T. H.. Keigwin, " Milton House," on Monday night last, when Che following pieced were played under, the excellont oonductorship of Mr. CV. E. Vincent:—Quicli step, Old England is old' England'still-; song, Mar; of Argyle ; fantasia, In Memoriartiwnltz,- Break the new3 to Mother; quiok step; Boys of the old Brigade; serenado, To the woods; lancers, Cymbeliue ; quick Btep; The Spartan ;,God save the King. During the evening, the .batid'rii&ster and members were the recipients of a very enoouraging address from'Mr, Keigwin, who thanked them for the plea sure til fey had given him that night. He felt sure that of all the good institutions Bowral possessed the band was one of the best, for music had at' all times an elovuting influence.- He advised'the mem bers to stick;to tlii) band, and to persevere with their Work, and if at any time he could be of...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. - Not so very long BRbifc was put forrtWd iri the PitF.SH that owing to the moral' sftfubrlty at fioKtfal, .ts pretty little and useless courthouse' rrfigtit be (landed over to'1 (he Iidics of the foatig iYtffti€tl'a ^association.- THb experience of the pHst #<?§((,- iitjW jvor, places matters in quite anothet Hglif,; Sttff if the Government split the expenditure of tdOOCf promised t'i Moss Vale, and enlarged the Bowral edifice, both towns would thou possess court houses equal in six?. So far Bowral heals the record as to the biggcot case. * * * Was there ever such a law ense wfcut with droves of oxen and mobs of horses being placed in evidence so that the trim little grass plot of the court housit resembles now a milking vnrJ. Was it. with un-. ccmseioua humour that Mr. Bull' was selected as solicitor in a cow stealing case. •T * * Mr. Hordern may console himself with- the ap preciation with which his pedigree stock-is held far and wide. 1'ho Departme...

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Piano Tuning of the Highest Order. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

!f .... ~ ■ ; fiano Tuning of lite Highest Order. MESSRS. ELVY AND CO;, 329 Geoffte Street, Sydney,- beg to inform the inhabitants o I Bowral and eurroundinK districts that -their -well known Tuner and Bepairer, 0; fi. Winkwobth, is again in tbe district: All orders sent to either Bow ral, Mittagorig, or Moss \Vale Post Offices will be attended lo.. N.B.—Intending Purchasers would do well id consult our Tuner. Piarios taken in exchange, and full values allowed; New models of Collnrd's, (Lon ! don), Dresden's, and Bosenkranz Pianos justairired.

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

SimuMaaaeoais Cliess. On Thursday evening last the BoWral Chess. Club-was honored by the presence" of Mr. A. C. Mackenzie, of the Sydney ,Chess Club. At the .invitation of the President of the' club, Mt. Mackenzie agreed to play as many of the Bowral pla:yers as would be present.- There wei'e five present, viz., Rev.-E. S'. Wilkinson, Messrs H. G. Fraser, - Clarence" Slack, W. J. Smith1, and E. Smith. Five chess boards were set out on one of the School of Arts-long' tables, and Mr. Mackenzie walked up and down playing move' for move against his opponents. The rule was that when Mr. Mackenzie Came back to a particular board the player must be ready with his move with out delay. The result of the night's' play was-three wins to Mr. .Mackenzie and ,£wo which were declared drawn. Those who lost to Mr. Mackenzie were Messrs Fraser,- Slack-, and" E\- Smith. Mr. Smith's' was an undoubted draw,but there might be a doubt with regard to Mr. Wil kinson's game owing to Mr. Mackenzie having had ...

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

ROBERTSON. A nasty accident! occurred lie re on Safcur- . 'day last, tbe victim being Mr. W. j. Wil son, blacksmith. He wus shoeing a horse; beside which another one was tied np, when the tied' horse suddenly kicked out and ■struck Mr. Wilson On the upper jaw, knock ing out four teeth. The sufferer proceeded Co Mosb Vale and war attended to by Dr. . Stevenson, who found it necessary to ex tract two more teeth, and remove a portion' of tbe jaw bone which was fractured*. We fiaVa'hritf fib fftm for some time ; it is 'badly needed. The grass is getting quite browu, and crops are very backward'. Messrs. J. D. Wood and Co. conducted a ■ very suiicessfnl sale of springers, on account'. Moss nnd Tatlow, on lueaday last. H'eif- : ers realised up to £9)

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

Xinas. Owing to the Xmas holidays'this paper . will be published on Tuesday instead of 'Wednesday next, and on Saturday no paper will be issued- on account of our' staff having struck work- for the Festive ' Season.

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

U RE SOAP la Necessary GOOD COMPLEXION, * * * * ^ trr A Soap to be pure need hot necessarily be high priced. We have on hand a large/assortment^jt all the leading makes of toilet soaps, and we havei 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 notica coat cpllara and velvet sleeves. Then you wonder if everybody hag dandruff. Dr. Jackson, the Hair, and Scalp Specialist says, all that we can do is to keep the scalp, clean and give Nature-a chance to recover. Our Egg Julep cleans ouj the. dandruff, and stimulates a healthier circulation, of the blood througnout the scalp- 2/. DAVID MORGAnT^ Dispensing and Manufacturing Chemist, 3B6 O. W 3Eft A. X.„ MR. W. N. WILLIS, M.L.A., has commenced business at 25 Bligb-street, Sydney,' as LAND, FINANCIAL, and MINING AGENT. Faw men have had a more varied and practical exper ience in these mat e...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 4th in Advent. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 21 December 1901

SERVICES' TO-MORROW. Church of England. SIMON AND JDDE, BOWJUIi. 4th in Advent. Divine Services—Holy Communion' 8' a.m. Subject: " The Incarnation and Prayer," 11 am. Children's Gift add Flower Service 3 p.m. 7.30 p.m. Preacher, the Rector'. ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAOONG. Mittag'ong, 11 aiid 7.30. Special Christmas ser vices, with anthems aud special hyidus Jellore, Sunday, 3 Hill Top, Monday, 3 Balmoral, Tuesday, 3 ,. . . Chuatm'aa day—Mittagb'ngf U. Te D'eum. Simper ATvtherrr, " Then were Shepherds," (Winches fer)V ... , Christmas evening.'—Special rausioal service. Mig ' nifioat (Whitfield), Nunc Dimitus (Whitfield) ^ilthems—"There were Shepherds," (Clias. Vincent) "Iii the beginning was the word" (Thome)' CaroW—"The first Nowell,"." The Manger Throne," " A child was born," the closing parol to gether with sacred tfoloa and Christm'as hymns Preacher, Rev. D. Ru Hedge. , WINOEOAEKl'nDER, E. Rangaloon 11/ BurraWang- 3. Robertson 7.90 Rev. D. T. Smith. TFeslevan Church. Bo'wrail. Mr. 8. ...

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

INFANTS' DEAR LITTLE SHOES In white and colors. Great Variety, being Manufacturers' Samples. ; ' suitable for. XMAS PRESENTS At FREETRADE. PRICES, at 1\ 'l NOTED CHEAP. SHOP, • Opp. BICEPS HOTEL, BOWRAL. REE Fi^OM DUTY. " OTJR STOCK OF . DRAPERY, CLOTHING, &c. BEING ' UP-TO-DATE, CLEAN", AND WELL ASSORTED. WE see no reason to Hold a So-called Freetrade Sale or Freetrade Flutter; to "get'rid of old and damaged stock.' Nevertheless ' WE ARB STILL OFFERING OUR GOODS FREE FROM DUTY, And shall continue to do so as long as possible, in order to retain possession of "the confidence of our numerous customers' who are ahyays sure of receiving The Best Value in the Pistriqt at our Stores. ISnving quite recently sorted up our Stock with a view to tlie Christmas Iradc. Customers will find it to tlieir advantage to come straight to us lor nil tlicy require in « - - • ■ * ; GENERAL' DRAPERY MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING FANCY GOOD(S STRAW FELT HATS ' 1 GLOVES & HOSIERY- SHIRTS AN...

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

MITTAGONG. ooncert in'aid of St.: Joseph's Conveht School, waft'given by the pupiU in the Convent' School Sail, on Wednesday evening, and was largely attended. The Mayor, Alderman J'. Mealing, occupied the chair, ar.d tho following programme was well cfttrisd out;— ] , - Overture, Miss McRtieopening chorus, Friend ship, Pupils ; recitation and Song, Dublin Bay, Miss Welson ; chorus, The Ducklings, Infantseolo,- f like to walk me out, Miss D'. Phillipf; pianoforte duet, Masters H. and L. Getting.;- chorus; Come where the lilies, Girls j' solo; The Poor Old Tramp, Master J.-Spear vocal duet, List to tho Convent Gelid, Misseo'Lrffnd N. Mohr;: song and chorus, firomaboo, Masters S. Morrice, H. Golti'ng, P. Sheeliy, A. Collins, J. Spear, and P. Davis. Drama in fou* note, in which were the following —Countese Miss K. Sheil: Priacilla (her daughter)', Miss Phil lips ; Madame Morviila (governess), Miss Nelson ; Genevivie (Maid to' the Conntass), M:ss Pitts ; Maude (housemaid) Miss P.- Sheeh...

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

Christmas Trains. Tickets at 13/1 first and G/8 sccornl return will be issued at Bowral for STDXEY OiJLiY by the undcr imsntioned trains 24th, 7.3 a.m., and 0.8 p.m. 25th, 7.3 a.m.' 20 th, 7.8 a.m. January 1st, 7.8 a.m. , VS.,": All available for return by any train for one , oalendar month. ' * • ' • • The cheap tioketa issued 'up to Bowral from Syd ney and suburban stations on Friday and Saturday, tbe 22n'd and 23rd Novembor.wfll be available (or return until the 27th December, and those issued on Friday and Saturday, the 29th aad 30th November, will bo available (of return-until the 2nd January, 1902.

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

V Jtcq-d It in His Newspaper. George Sebaub, a well known German citizen of Mew; Lebanon, 0., U.S.A., is a constant reador of the'!pai/ton Volksztitung. He knows that this papfcr aims to advertise only the beat in its columns,' and'wheirhe saw ClMifoberlain's Pain Balm adver-,* tisej therein for lame' back, he did not hesitate in; • getting a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight | weeks bad suffered with the most terrible pains in : her back and could get no relief. He sa.vs : •• After. ■ using the Fain.Balm for a few dure my wife said to : me, ' I feel as though born anew," anil before usingr ( the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable, i pains had entirely vanished and she' could again : take up her household duties." He is very thankful and hopes that all suSering likewise will "hear of her wonderful recovery. This valuable liniment* I lor sale tfy D." Morgan, ChemiBt, Bowral. ■ •";

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

Gipsies in Bowral. A number ot Gipsies arrived in Eqwral on Thurs day, and are putting in a few days here on their way to Queensland." They have just come from Goulburn, and a writer in the " Ooulburn Herald " says of them " The men slay at their camp, nurs ing the babies and minding the larger children, while the women, bolder than their masters, issue forth to seek their own fortunes* by pretending lo foretell the fortunes of silly girls and women. Now jf our silly maiden3 would indulge in an evening re flection they would soon como to perceivo that though the pestilent and pestiferous crones are more cunning, averioious, and untruthfulthan themselves "tlfey really know far less of the past lind 'present than their own friends and elders. There is ono thing the crones know more and better than the sil/y maidens! mothers, and that io, how in'do with-, but poop and water; The silly ones say that fortune tellei's really know, that they have their fortunes told only for fun. But they ...

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

Gleiiquarry. The Annual School Concert was held here on Thursday night of last week, and proved a very pro nounced buccdbs, more particularly as with'the ex ception ofMr. J. Menzie on the violin, the whole programme was -carried out by the' 'pupils of tlie local public school, and reflects the greatest oredit on both Mr. and Sirs. Fraser. Tho floral march Was splendidly performed, as were also the wand and dumb-bell exercises, and all elicited well merit ed and decided encore. Another'item of particular merit was tlie court scene from the Merchant of Venice by six of the pupils in character. The pro ceeds were very satisfactory, and are to be devoted to the purchase of prizes for the children. Tho fol lowing is tho progiamme 1 Overture, " Grand March," violin and piano, Miss B. Smith, arid Mr. J. Menzies; song, " Old ICen ' tucky Home," pupils; recitation, " Clanoy of the overflow," Master Kenneth Siriith ; Floral March, girls i recitation, Miss May Norman ; s'ong, "Gather ing'up th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

A PURE SOAP Is Necessary FOR A GOOD GOMPLEXION. A Soap to be pure need not necessarily be higlr • 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 begiu to notic 3 coat collars and velvet sleeves. Then you wander if everybody has dandruff. Dr. Jaokson, th3 Hiir and Scalp Specialist says, all that we can do is to keep the scalp clean and give Nature a chance to recover. Our Egg Julep cleans ou2 the dandruff, and stimulates a healthier circulation of the blood, througnout the scalp- 2/. * DAVID MORGAN,. Dispensing and Manufacturing Chemist, □a o 'w a. x. "DR. CRAWFOUD, Dentist, "\/j~ ay ]»i? coNVSur/rrcD at True town: lYL MALfj, BOWKATj. 'Late assistant to Mr. e. c. Bryden of Goulburn. ; OSS lyacksiiiitliing and Wheel wri ghtin g. IWOOTCSU BREW"BHDS. B...

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THE BOWRAL SENSATION Bowral Polices Court. Alleged Cattle Stealing Wednesday, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

THE Bgwrat/ Sensation Bo>vral Polices Court Alleged Cattle Stealing Wednesday, Dec, 18 The concluding case in connection, with, the alleg ed theft of stock at the lietford Pork Estate was heard on Wednesday before Messrs W. S. Caswell, P.M., H. S. Mackenzie, E. Smith, nnd J. Cullen, J'a.lV ' ■ " " REX. v. NORMAN. John William Norninn, butcher at Bowral, was charged with stealing about the month of Novem ber last one gelding, of the value of 25^ns., also one cow, of the value of £(>, tho property of Samuel Hordern. Mr. Charles Bull; (instructed by Mr. H. M. Oxley) prosecuted ; nnd accused was defended by .Mr. II. A. Moss of Sydney. Accused, although present in court, was still suffering from the injuries received through a fall from his horse 011 Monday. Senior-constable Gallagher deposed : On tho 29th ulfM'went to accused's stable, nnd. was shown, a horse which accused stated lie had purchased from Seholie'd; the horse bore a new brand in the shape of " X " which appeared to b...

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