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

INFANTS' DEAR LITTLE SHOES In white and colors. Great Variety, being Manufacturers' Samples. SUITABLE ^ XMAS PRESENTS, At FREETRADE PRICES, at NOTED CHEAP SHOP, Opp. BICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. fF^EE FI^OM DUTY. OUR STOCK OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, &c. BEING UP-TO-DATE, CLEAN", AND WELL ASSORTED. "JfTfTE see no reason to Hold a So-called Freetrade Sale or Freetrade Flutter , to XK" get rid of old and damaged stock. '{Nevertheless ... WE MS 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 always sure of receiving ■ The Best Value in the District at our Stores. _ lEavinir quite recently sorted up 'our Stock with a view to the Christmas, Trade. Customers will find it to their advantage to coine straight to us lor nil Uiey require in « - - - , v GENERAL DRAPERY MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING FANCY GOUDS STRAW & FELT HATS GLOVES & HOSIERY SHIRTS AND COL...

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

XHAS 1901. THE LADIES' RENDEZVOUS. Speciallincs in Luatire SkirtSj TintecJ, and Navy, and Black. > . Underskirts, white, and in colors, with insertions and Lace.> IN SILKS our stock is most complete. We are showing most artistic colorings in figured Japanese Silks, and our range of plain Japanese, and the popular glace .Taffeta includes all the best selected colors. ' . IN DRJ25S GOODS wc invite inspection. There aro "a fe%v specialities ■ such as Silk Eolienne. .Voiles in cream, black, , and colors, shot Lustres, etc., which, we can show you. ,„The, balance "of; our stock-of season's* Muslins and* Cambrics is nUyonr disposal at cut figures,-to clear, . ' ;*<■ <1 • ' "" ' • 1 ""'A' SILIv COLLARETTES,.1.. pearl/NECKLACES, ■ LACE SCARVES,' fruits and flowers,-' .' beauty'pins, ' -PERFUMES. ■' . . FOR , < XMAS PRESENTS. We have many lines which space forbids us to - enumerate. From the 6d Photoframe op Inkstand, we have a complete range of attract...

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

I' , ■ Cholera Morbus a Dangerous'"Disease. . In-many:instances attacks of cbolera morbus ter minate fatally before medicine nan be- procured oY a physician snmmoneil. -The safe may la to keep ;at. hand ii reliable. medicine for use inretiuh capes.. Fur lliirt purpose tliero is nothing so sure*, as Chamber-: lnm's Colo; Cholera' anil' DinrrboPU lleine.iy.' ' \Y.' 13. Bi.swortli, of.Ltt l<'»yctie, Ala . U.S.A.; nay 8 ''In June,' 1900, I hail a seriouR attack or choleramorbus-, antVoiiB dose of Chamberlain's (Joliu,; Cholera, iund'-y Diarrhoea - Keincdy Rave me reiipf in "lift oil j minute-." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bonrul. _ . .. r. ,i ^ -I

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

Notice or Removal. MRS. S. A. JONES "^•WISHES to inform her .customers and the JUL public generally that she lias disposed of her stock to Messrs. I. 'A. Haig and. Go.,? but wifl '' ■ CONTINUE THE DRESSMAKING BUSINESS in the cottagc in Merrigang-.strect nearly, oppo site the Fire Station. ar -i* cT ^ ^ 0O ^ di . VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " Elthatiu," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Station. Cabs, SociaMes, Sulkies, JBtiggies, Ladies' and Gent's Hacks. Victoria ^Carriage: for Visiting, Invalids, &c. Weddings attended. Picnic Parties taken, to any. 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. _e . ;, .■ Clipping, and Singeing Done. m REV? C.T FO RSCOTT. BA TH£ ROCKDALE COLLEGE s cfcarrninfr'*' ©It jatn'l in rti own park liko grounds of 13 acres, on tha Heights Of Po.ckda.ie, >y'<ney. overlook ng: Lady Hobinson's Qcnch, Sans r»ouci| Bola^y Buy, tho Kcrum and th...

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Musical. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Musical. We are pleased to now ..that-- Miss vMny Jiiiigh, pupil of Mr. Cecil C'ompton, of .Bow-, ml;, lias -HiicceSHfiilly passed,, the .^Senior. Musical examination af the London; College* of. Musio hold at Sydney, on Wednrsday-liist,. 18tli iii^tant. Tliii mulcts'the fourth exiiro: this young luriv bhs passVd iluring the pust twelve months, and we oiler her-our her our congratulations.

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Charges of Cattle Stealing. MOSS VALE CASES DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Ctiarges of Cattle Stealing. MOSS VALE CASES DISMISSED. ■ At I lie Moss Vnlo police court on Wed nesday Inst, John Greenland and Dennis Joseph Condon, cattle-denier*, were chnr>» ed with stealing.fifteen liend of cuttle, the property of Willjnm Jmnes Hunter, a fanner, residing itb Yarrungn. The pioso cntor deposed that early in September r lie .put 19 head of cattle in Jjia pnddoek, which, was not securely fenced. He aftei wiids found four in his neighbour's p d l«clc, but could not fiud the oilier filter n. Tile cattle could get out of his paddock, owiiig to the defective fencing. He nltimaiel found the cattle in Mr. Cox's paddock, four miles from Moss Vale, and about three miles from where he had originally placed them. He took tbem out of the paddock and drove tbem home. They had been par marked after they had strayed away from his paddock. Edga Cox, grnzeraud farmer, deposed to having purchased the cattle referred to at a sale at Moss Vale two months before, at which he saw t...

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A Worthy Resident. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION TO MR. W. R. FARROW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

i 1 A ;Wortliy Resident. SOCIAL AND , PRESENTATION TO , /MR. W. II. FARROW. ;On Tuessday night Inst a large gathering assembled in the Oddfellows' Hall^-Bowral, the'occasion being a eociai tendered 'to Mr. Furrow and family' by Clio.-.recent, ■ Hospital Demonstration Committee, r Op portunity was taken of recognising Mr. Far row's services as bon secretary of the hos pital deuioiistiatiou committee.. . • Mr. T. Loveridge presided, and in a neat speech congratulated the committee oir the :successful result of their efforts. The com-" mittee, besides having some £15 in hand for future'occasions, ha$ banded over to tho hospital, some £250 out of the threo demon strations held, and this sum with' the' go vernment subsidy added, miiko a total of JG500 to the hospital's benefit. Ho ; was I ■ pleased to see them carrying on such good i •work for the support of such a worthy insti- i tution, and wished them every success. Th,o speaker briefly referred to a few years ago when he occupied a s...

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CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

CON-ETD^NOE.. A man who has confidence in wliftt lie .has to'show or .exhibit can talk to his fel low-mnn ► triiighfi'Riyl'lell. him all - about hia wonderful "possessions. Moreover, the speech of n. confident man 'catches on, and influences the hearer ; an.i'tliat in why the Sydney Cyclorama manager gives over ptib licityUo tlio~grcat and marvellous sliow he presides over opposite the Redferu Railway Stafipn. :He knows tlio geiminoness of his production of Jerusalem, - His Boer■ war relics are facts in themselves, and the artists engaged for his Mall o'f •Mysteries and CJine nmtograph are wirluut lepioacb. So he has confidence to toll all people; that the show is a good one ; and any of our roadevs who nenlect to see the sights of the Cvclpr ama dnring.their visit to town will regret it only once', and that for ever.—A.I.

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Association Debate. MOTION OF ADJOURNMENT. LOCAL OPTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Association DcSiatc. MOTION OF ADJOURNMENT. ■ LOCAL OPTION. BILL. On Wednesday evening last the usual debate took place at the Association Hall, liowral, the speaker (Mr. Albert Gliap man) occupying the chair. The 'minutes of the previous meeting, after'slight alter ations, were read and adopted'on'the iuot.. tion of Messrs. Chris. Slack and G;' Pern ber. ' * • ■ >Rev. Mr. Wilkinson moved " that this debating^ club challenge the: ' Roberton Park Debating Club to a friendly debate. Seconded by Mr: C, Slack and carried. Mr. Wilkinson thought such a .debate would create interest throughout the; dis-. trict. ■ Proposed by. > Messrs. Edwards and Smith that the question of arranging date, etc., stand o.ver ti!| next night. ' ' Notice of Motion. . Mr. Pem ber gave notice of motion* re alteration of Rule 4. Questions. ■ ■ Mr. Edwards asked " Who was sent.Tor toform the new ministry ? ''—The Speaker said that it was not'his business to send for anybody to take thePremiership;'but' it w...

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

Read; It in llis Kcwsimpcr. George Schaub, n. well known Gorman citizen of New 'Lebanon, 0., U.S.A., is n constant reader of. the Dayton Volkitzeilitng. He linowd that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns", and when he saw Chamberlain's Pain Btilnv adver tised therein for lame bark, he did not hesitate in getting a bottle of it for his Vvife,1 who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could gel no relief;-' Me says : " After ufing the Pain Balm for a few days.my wife said to me, ' I feel as though horn anew," and before using the entire contents of the bottle the, unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties." Ho is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewiso will hear of her wonderful recovery. This valuable liniment is for sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral, . "It's a Well-Assorted Matcu" is the exclamation of every loyal Englinhiniin in speaking of the recent marriage of Pi...

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Piano Tuning of the Highest Order. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

"Piano Tuning of the Highest Order, . Messrs;, el vy and go., .320 Ocorpo- street;, Sydney, -v Ijcr ' to inform the inhabitants, of Uowral and surrounding districts that lhair well known Tuner and Repairer, C. _li. Winkwohtii. is ftHiiin in the .district. All prilero sent 10 either. li nv ral," Mitlngong, or Moss Vale Post Oilicea will bo* attended to. " ' n U.'—Imenling Purchasers would do well to, consult our Tuner. Pianos taken in exchange, and full values allowed. New models, of Gollard'a,^(Lon don), Dresden's, andRosenkranz Pianos justairived;

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

XMAS. XMAS. - . • o— • ■ Elaborate Preparations have been —made by — MESSRS. HILL BROTHERS, BOWRAL,, . —FOH THE - FESTIVE SEASON, And the UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS are now in a position to supply the many wants of their numerous customers. The name of MUSSItS. HILL PROS, still echoes through the district, and every householder looks with wondering and admiring glnnces at the rapit? strides taken hykthe ever-increasing and pro gressive firm, nnd the establishment that has long since won the reputation of being the hamehnltiur's friend. In spite of the imposition of the tariff HILL BROS-' famous low prices are still raging-. Admitted on all sides to lie the rendezvous of -, economical wives, tbcrffove nil should lodge theic. Christmas orders without delay. THE PLACE FOR— Grocery, Bread, Drapery, Boots arid Shoes, Ironmongery,; Furniture, Fancy Goods, Toys, &c., &c. A MERRY XMAS TO ONE ' AND ALL. . ' Hill Bros., Upral Providers, BOWRAL. Soft, silky, glossy, abun dant, beauti ...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

RAILWAY- INFORMATION. Passrncirii trains arrive nt lijwral from Sydney : — - 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11112 s.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.83 p.m./Saturday only , 7.58 p.m. daily. Saturday and-Sunday exeoptod 0.28 p.m., Saturday only \ PasBenger trains leive Bowral for Sydney. 8.!) a.m. daily, Monday excepted ti uti a.m. Sunday; only, stops Mitingong nnd Siratlilield only • 7.!1 a m. daily. 'Sunday excepted. 8.82 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mitlagonu and Siratlilield onlv 831 n.m.Monday only, stopa MitiaKong, i'lcton, Granville. and Strntlifield only. 1.3'1 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted.

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

. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up ' .. .. £1,000,000 ■*. Heservo fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Koscrve Liability .. .. .. 1,000,000 • Total .. .. £3,010,000 dirkotllrs. . G; J. COHEN Ksq.,_Cliaii'nmn. Ilon.'lT. -r. katbu, m.l.C., Deputy Cliairmnn. Hon..HENRY MOSES, M.l.C. Hon. RICHARD JONES, m.Ij.C. E. \V. KNOX, Esq. , cwnknab mmmak1i. T. A bibbs, Esq. auditou3. • . 13. S. CArE, esq ■ The Hon. i<\ T. humpnery, m.l.C. - BRANCHES in Now South WaleH and quooiir. land. ageiicim throughout the world. Bowral Branch, GAVIN GEOlfe 15, Manager. ; G. GRAHAM, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and •BAKER, ; ROBERTSON. Orders callcd for, ami Goods Delivered Daily. • highest Cash Price ffiven for cow HIDES,. calfskin'S, vvallaby skins, ol'ossdm SKIMS ■NATIVE CAT SKINS. 838 . Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. ~OGAN & ADCOGK The Practical and Reliable BOWRAL TASLORS HAVE mndo prppnraliotis for the coming scnaon ■by stoekiiiK iho ne«-est and most up-lo-dnlo Goods fn Ne...

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

QE13DS, nil kinds ; .RHUIT TREES ; SHHUBS. 0 l!UST and CHEAPEST in stock. -iO PACK ETS, TRAIN 1W1D, 10s.. ' a; lansdowne & co., Goulburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST; VISITS BOWllAL . every TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY. . . For. Terms, etc., .appjy] i'r. Ebb. Dnvi.", Hong (Jung-street. . . 27C The Live .Upholsterer. W.,, STOKES IS sLiiVpinjiarcd to upholster .vonr suite, or couol). ov chairs; repair your furniture,— polish, A-e.; mules Carpet*. and cleans^and liys Ihein as they nhoulil hp; iej)airs tho Fun shades; tlxes up the RRwinK machine;!.will re-i:anc your chairs at less than Sydney piicrs; makes window blinds, nnd Axes; fmnituro packed an l stored. W. S. trusis liy strict attention: to hnsipess and. Rood wui'krnansbip, at low prices, to merit your pat runiiue. . . . All Orders and 'Telegrams promptly attended to. Note addross': VIOTOKIl STIiSWT, ,V.' HOWHAfj. Tea I Tea !! WE- nlwnys have on hand new shipments of ■ specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to suit our cust...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

nOWUAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.: Meets every a'taniite Thursday, at the Council Chambers, nt 7.80 p.m. Clerk's olliec hours arc : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. VVciliioHilnys, 7 to !), p.m. : Fridays, 8 to 5 p.m., Alilcrman •!., M..Christie, Mayor. • Mr. W. It. Farrow, council clerk.

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

UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Brinsmead Piano, Etc SATURDAY, 4th JANUARY, 1902, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. J. G. MORRIS & CO HAVE been favored will) Instructions front MISS COWPJ3R lo sell by anolion at "Wer rinRlon." Burradoo, recently occupied by C. H. Halstcad, Esq.. and situaleil near the l'nrrrilno Club prnuertv, the whole of Iho FOUMITOllB AND EFFECTS ot a ton-roorao:l cottage, comprising : — Superior Piano in walnut frame, by Brinsmearl , and Son*; 5 Wiekor OccasionaLChairs, Carpot Square (9 by 12), handsome Walnut Over manlle, ikass Pedestal Lamp, Pictures eoropria ing steel enKi aviiiRa. Water anil Oil Color Sub jects aniV Small Print.!", Ornniiiont', 7 Dinins Chairs, Dining Table (lift, x 3(1), Colar Si lo Table, 8 French ISedHteads (3fc x Oft. fiiu,). ; nickel mounted with wire and hnrse-linir mat tresses in splendid order, 1 Doublo Ilalf-Tefijcr I'ndstead, with wiro and horse-hair mattresses; Tlcdrnom Suite comprising —(1) 4ft. Wardrobe, l'late Glas...

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

NOTICE.—Owing to tho holidays, this, papa- will not bo publislio'l next Saturday. A fitir attendance rollod up to Mr. T, Ilopwood'ti duncn on Thursday, night last' in the Oddfellows' Hull,, and' dmiced merrily to tlie imit-iu supplied by Mr. G. ]<]. Viuccut,, of Mitia»ong. Mr. llopwood, tis usn^l, curried out his-dutifiB asM.O. in lirst-cluss' (■tyle- : .. • mO LET—I'UIIN'ISHED COTTAGE,. 7 rooms; .1. bathroom, kitchen, evory 'cotivonienoo. Plubl ing it''required. Apply, JIBS. M.. SNOW'DEN. Main Street, Mittagong. lOBtt )70R SALE.—Two young C')\VS in full milk, . very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S. HACK, -mid. 0110 CHILD'S PONY,:.very -quid. Also linht double-seated BUGGY unil HAHNliSS. Apply J. W.'N.OIiMAN, Butcher, Howral. Public Notice." I HEREBY fiivn notice that I Iiave appoint-, oil DAVID WALTERS caretaker of any entile, horaes, Ac., at Katford Parle, in place, of Homy Soholield. .All:enquiries re stock ' or pro perty must be made direct to mo ut ■' The Haymur ke...

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

Whooping Cough. . My little son had an" attack of whooping cough, and ma threatened with pneumonia; but for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy we Axould have had a serious timo of it. It also saved him from several severe attacks of croup. —H. J. Strioki'Auen, editor World Herald, Fair Haven, Wash., U.S.A. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, linwral.

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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Wesley an. TIio anniversary 'services in connection, with the Moss-Vale Wesleyan. Oh arch were cele brated on Sunday, last, and. were attended with much, success. Services wore conduc ted both, in< the afternoon and eveuing by Mr. W. Rogers. . .Tlie entertainment on Wednesday evening proved a fitting and highly successful ter mination. to the anniversary festivities. The Rev.M. Maddern ably, presided; -The at tendance was large,, and-' the' programme, which.was admirably reudered, was carried through, without a hitch. It comprised: the following items Hesitation,:-" O Grave, where is thy Victory," Mr. N'ewing ; diiot, .-"Ye .Banks and Brans/V the Misses Mad dern ; recitation, " Barbara Fritchie," Miss Eanaloa solo,' " The Song that reached my:Heart," Mi3sKate Maddern.; recitation, " Dot baby off.mine " (encore, "How'Soclc ery sot a hon,'"'Mr. A. Holmes ; solo,. " Ho wipes the tear from, every .'eye,''-Miss Prigg; recitation,A Starless Flight.'^Miss Baker; solo,.There's a ...

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