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

How'to Avoid Trouble. ;s:Now is , tlie lime- to proviso yourself and ' fiiiuily witli a bottle of Olianiberlain's'Oolic,, Oliole'rft and Diai,rhce\.E"raedy.;;; lb , is al most certain, to lie needed before the snm iner is over, and if procurecy now may savo-j you a: trip to .lowiv;in.tlieiiii»li^ or ui yrtnr: bnsiest season.:: :-,It;isve very where adraitteil. | to be iho most .aucoessfnl; medioitie. iiv' use:! for bowel oomiilain's^ibotliiior eliildreii-iaiid l adults. No family can afforcTto be'wiih'oiu it. " For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, -IBowiaL - "

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Bowral Cjoiiiicil. Thursday, December 19th, 1901*/, v . „ Present: Aid. J. M. Christie pia'.vorjl R.' S.. Mackenzie, J. .T. Campbell,. T: Malilieiv-.j son; F. B. KyngdonV Jos. Stokes,. W. Murray,. M. Rice, find Ii*. M. Oxley. Corre-pondence. • MFfora Mr. H. E. Jones asking- why im? provement to footpath, in Shepherd.street had been stoppod ut'his frontage.—Clerk to write stating that work was carried as far as the money voted would allow.. From City Bank, Goulburn, requesting usual half yearly paymeut of £25 ou uu secmed oveidraff, albo £8 12/10 interest and. bank fee.—Held ovoi\ Finance Report-. The following accounts were; passed for payment on motion of Aid., Stokes and Mathewson— General Account.- Wages daymen, £8 17s 3d ^salary, £4-8s lOd ; nightman, £4.15s ; R'. Loseby interest, £12 10s ;■•! A;. •Bennett contract, £12 15.3 j.Fire,Board,£5; total, £48 Is Id., " i Gas Account Wapes, £G'; salary, £1; freight, £4 12 a 8d ; carting £1 7s Gd ; Ilutton coal, £1 l'ls Gd; Harvey : (bla...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Tuesday, December 24, 1901. Bowral Shops at Christmastide. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

'T11E FREE; TRESS.. Viibli.thcil in Bowral, MiUttgong, anil RoherUon. Tuesday, December 24, 1901. Bowral Shops at Cliristmastide. Once again, we are on the verge of Christmas, that season of festivity andre joicing,the reunion ofrelatives and friends, and the exchange of kindly feelings\one toward another. Many have been, the vicisitudes through the past year, but the ups and downs have been left behind, and. all business cares and worries must be laid aside for the-time being in order that we may the more fully participate in the celebration of that joyous "event, the, birth, of our Redeemer. » NVe wish our read-, ers, one and all a merry Christmas: and-,uh bounded prosperity through the coming year. Following our usual custom we give the appended, short paragraphs concerning the Bowral business houses. . Starting 'from the southern end o£ Bong Bong-sti, our attention is first drawn to Mr. G. Harvey's, blacksmith's shop. A busy place at all times. Nearly opposite is Rice's Commerci...

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

Good Tidings NO TARIFF, . AT MANCHESTER HOUSE. sos In the Premises lately occupied by 3Ii's. S. A. Jones we are .showing :x Better Assortment of Drapery to-clay, than we have ever previously Shown in Bowral. In fact we have added £1000 worth of Drapery FT1KTE OF X&TJTY, to our usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos ition of being the leading Drapers in the Berrima District. "HVJE CARRY the largest and best assorted stock,, the whole of which has been bought at LESS TX-IA.TV WHOLESALE PRICES A7VO AJ3^0LHTTJEJ_jY 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 DUTY FREE.. ¥e are Selling these Goods at the Price of First Consignment :. Table Cloths at 3/9, largo size, which are the Best Value, To-day,, in^ 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 a1...

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

Mnnnlitrht IFete. The loijg-tallcod of Fete came off at " King's Langly," on- Wtjduosdny evening, when the beautiful ronidunce of Mr. anrl Mrs. Porse, who so kindly threw open their grounds to (ho public on this eventful oc casion. The fete was formerly opened by Mrs. P.. H. Throsby, wb'o- ia n. few wolh chosen sentences referred to the kindness.of Mrs. Pearse in placing her grounds at /the disposal of the Piirochial Council for the evening. The nett proceeds wet's about £20.

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

T. B. Dunwoodie, Monumental' Mason,: BOfflUL. ' 821 5 R O B E R T SO N, The Leading Hotel in Town. Only Best Brands ol Wines and Spirits kept. , SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at reasonable rates. ■ First-class WTjIjIAIIV) TABI/R. Good Stabling, Grass Puddooks. and Gutlle Yurds. FRED. GRAHAM. • 762 ;. ■ ■ Proprietor. ■J Tea, Coffee, ani Cocoa Merohanls, 534 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Opp. Town Hall! WE beg to notify our. numerous customers in Bowral and district, that we have appointed Mr. S. J, McBaron as our traveller in your district. Our prices and quality defy competition. We have arranged that Mr. McBaron's head-quarters will be at Bowial. We guarantee satisfaction and civility, liy writing or calling on Mr. S. J. McBaron, "Win ihiuton '• Cottage, Boolwey-streot, Bowral. 877

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Organ Recital and Carol Service. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Organ Recital and Carol Service, ~ To-ronrrow evoiiiug'-(Christmas Nu-li ) tliore will bo nil Orgim llecitnl and Citrol Sevico at St. JiuIo'h Church, Mr. Compion lias mndo a splendid seleciiou >>f piccus Cor the organ, and the carols arc excellontly chosen.- Mrs. Marsdevv, alwa\s popular with Bowr&l nndiences, will ning "Lob Rammeaiix,'' which is « profit fiivoiiritn. The recital commences at 8 15. and should attract a large congregation.

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Eridge School. EXHIBITION OF WORK AND PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 24 December 1901

Eridge Sciaool. EXHIBITION OF WORK AND PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. The annual exhibition of work and pre-, sentation of: prizes in connection with' Eridge School and -"Kindergarten', took placp in the School of Arts, • Bo.wral, on Thursday afternoon last.. There was . a. large attendance of parents and. friends, and the proceedings were most interesting throughout. We can safely say that this; year's exhibition of work, far eclipsed all previous efforts, and- the rapidly-increas ing popularity of Eridge School is evident. The pupils deserve many congratulations for the neatness and exactness of their, work, and the- samples -exhibited reflect not only the-highest"credit orv themselves but on the principal of the school, ,Miss Colvin Clark. Amongst the specimens of work that may be singled out for notice we may enumerate the following, although, it is'difficult-to discriminate. The ex quisitely fine lampshades by the elder pupils were works of art, and descriptive, of the following scene...

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Organ Recital and Carol Service. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Organ Recital and Carol Service. • Yet another of the highly successful -organ recitals.given by Mr. Cecil Compton transpired In St: Jude's . Chiiroh . of Eng land, Bowral,' on Christmas niglit •' (Wed "riesday last). The attendance was:excep -tionally large, being a splendid evidence :otthe increasing popularity of functions of that kind. The entertainment was, also emblematic of the festive season in that appropriate Christmas carols were con tributed by the choir. Throughout the service was.most interesting, and, perfect ■from a musical point of view, the organ selections being particularly choice. The carols by the choir were beautifully ren dered, while Mrs. Marsden's solo was charming in the extreme. ■ The church was gaily.decorated.for the occasion, and presented a rather pleasing spectacle. * The 'proceedings were commenced at .8.15 by the assemblage joining in the singingof a hymn, after which Mr, Cecil •Compton rendered the organ solo, "Chorus of Angels " (Clark); the caro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Brinsmead Piano, Etc SATURDAY, 4th JANUARY, 1902, " AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. J. G. MORRIS & GO HAVE been favored with instructions from MISS COWPJ3R to soil by nnetion at "Wer rinfiton," Bmradoo, rooonily occupied by C. H. Halstead, jKsiq., und situated iwar the Burndoo Club property, tho wholo of the FUUMITUUE AND EFFECTS of a ten.rooraed cottage, comprising:— Superior Piano in walnut frame, by Brinsmead and Sons; 5 Wicker Occasional Chairs, Carpet Square {9 by 12), handsome Walnut Over mantle, Brass Pedestal Lamp, Pictiiros compris ing steel engravings, Water and Oil Color Sub jects and Small Prints, Ornnmontd, 7 DiniDg Chairs, Dining Table (Oft. x 3ft.), Cedar Side Table, 3 French Bedsteads (3ft s Oft. Gin.), nickel mounted with wire and horse-hair mat tresses in splendid ordor, 1 Double Ilalf-Tostor Bedstead, with wiro and horse-hair mattresses; Bedroom Suite comprising—(1) 4ft. Wardrobe, Plato Glass, Doors, ifce. ; (2) Marbl...

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Interfering with Water Righ ELLIOTT AND MADDEN v. SYMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Interfering with. Water RigMo ELLIOTT AND MADDEN v. «> . SYMONDS. 1 • Jiimea Elliott find Thomas Madden, farn»: era, of Mary Yule, near Bowral,. charged James Symonds, Robert' Norman,, and James Cbisholm that on the 10th Decem ber they did otherwise tbau in the exercise of tlieir rights as occupiers or holders of a license under the Water Rights Act of 189G interfere-with the flow of water in the river known as the Mary Vale Creek to? the detriment- of the complainants. Mr. H. M. Oxley for complainants, Mr. G: 0. Gale for defendants.. There were thus six cases in: connection with interfering with the water in the creek above alluded to—two being against James Symonds, two against Robert Norman,.and; two against James Ohisholm., It wsb agreed to take the evidence in. the case Elliot,t v. Symonds, and: make it a test case for the other five. Thomrs Madden deponed : I am a farmer aridireside at Mary Vale, near Bowral. I occupy a farm on the banks of- the Mary Vale Creek. The creek, ...

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NAPIER v. GALLAGHER, MRS. McDONALD. v. WADE, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

NAPIER; v.. GALLAGHER, MRS. McDONALD. v. WADE, A report of these two enses w-^5, aS oa our fourth page. ^.heen ud

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 27TH DECEMBER, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Bowral Police Court. Friday,. 27th December, Before Mr. W.. S.-Caswell, P.M. and Mr.. R, S.. M.ackenBiq,. J»P;

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Our District Court Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Our District Court Houses. Another growl from the Scrutineer. " It's an ill wind that blows no oue any good" bns couie to be regarded as an nxiomatic truism, and that is the kind of wind that has blown our way from Bowral i owing to the agitation there set np agninst I the promised Court House for Moss Vale, i The action of the Bowralite in this connec tion ban not resulted in good to themselves, but in an undoubted injury to the district. The dog-in-the mnnger policy has furnished the Government with an excuse for with holding from the Estimates the sum pro mised "for. the erection of the new (Jourt '/House at MoSs -Vale, and 'there will coi. ';sequently be a large amount of money less lo be expended in the district than would otherwise have been the caBe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

■v DEAR LITTLE SHOES In white and colors. Great Variety, being - ' - Manufacturers' Samples. SUITABLE FOR. XR3AS PRESENTS, At FREETRADE PRICES, at , 1 'NOTED ; CHEAP SHOP, * Opp.' JIICE'S HOTEL, V- BOWRAL. ■ "v 0G1 •VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, , / " MerrSgftsig-si.j- next to Fire -StatioM.' Gabs, Sociables, Siillnes, Buggies, Ladies'tand^-Gents flacks; . Victoria Carriage . for.-Visiting Invahds^&c: -We^ufngs-atlende<n Picnic Parties'taken to any part of (he District and Coast. •vTlie only .foiimn-hand : DRAG ' v ' in the"-town,'and BEST :I^-THE" DIbTRICP. ■ "All trains met, ana Telegrams promptly attended to. - ' . Clipping and Singeing Done. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE ;s cimrminK1 ■ sit »atcr! »*-* it5* own park liko g;-ounds of 13 acres, on th<5 Hfi'gHts Of* i OCk»Jtil2, i-y -cicy, overtook ri^ Lady Robinson's DcacH, Sana Souc-, Cot.^v Uny, <he and the Occan AH Subjects are ttueht l>v fix Masters. Tho boys attend the Church of Enejlatnci, but-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

NO TARIFF, AT MANCHESTER HOCSE. . SsjsS— - "In tlie Premises lately occupied by Mrs'. S. A. Jones we are showing- a Better Assortment of Drapery to-day, than, we have ever previously Shown in Bowral. In fact we have/ added £1000 worth of Drapery FREE OF DUTY, to our usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos ition of being the leading Drapers in the Berriraa District. "WE CARRY the largest and best, assorted^ stock, the whole of which has been bought, at ....... 'LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES AND ABSOLUTELY FREE OF DUTY. All of this.. Stock will be Sold: Free of any Tariff Charges. Besides we are Showing another Direct Consignment of our famou3 Linen Goods, straight out; FROM IRELAND, ALSO DUTY FREE.. We are Selling these. Goods, at the Price of First Consignment: Table Cloth? 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 a?so offe...

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Mrs. McDonald v. Wade. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

-Mrs. McDonald v. Wade. There were two informations in this-case. Tlie first, for publishing a " defamatory libel " was withdrawn, and a secoud infor mation, for rising" insulting words where by a breach of the pence may be occwsiouGd" was proceeded with. \ Defendant pleaded guilty on the second information. Mr. H. M. Oxley appeared for Mrs. Mc Donald, and Mr. F. H. G. Payne for the defendant. Ida McDonald deposed : I nm a married woman, and reside in JBuwral. I have a family of three young children—G, 8, and 10 years old. I know the defendant. He lives next door to roc. He has been living there twelve months. He is Beale and Go.'s agent. I hnve' lived eleven years in Bowral. My husband is also nn old resi dent. The information just shown to die is correct. The person before the court is wliorn I complain of. I was in my shop on the 21st day of November last. My chil dren were also there. Mr, Wade came in to me and said, " Don't you "supply my wife with any. more fruit if you wish m...

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HINTS TO DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

. ''HINTS ; TO.- DAIRYMEN. ' .;At the Wollongong CounciLChambers, Mr; M.. Ay (D'Callaghan,' Government" Dairy Expert, delivered a lecture on-; the " Proper working of: a factory,van"d .t'he .management of millcand cream by farmr ers and 'dairy ^managers." .Alderman McKenzie, vice-president of tlie Wollon gong Agricultural Association, presided, and; there was a fair^sttendance. : The' lecturer dwelKilpon- the faict- "that the; m^ost; cleanliness should be observed frorii tlTe tirne that the cows are placed :..in 1 the. bail' until the' butter: is. manufactured. The milk, should 'lie-tremoved from ' the' 'bailsias qiiicklyas .possible,-:and passed rover.a cooler:' He advocated- milking: with slightly moist hands, but the' prac-* tice.of wettirig the hands with .the liiilk' was reprehensible, and §h'oii!d not be, tofC erated ; it.belonged to. a primitive age. He suggested 'damping - the->;hands with vaseline. A .'.good mixture .for curing chapped teats was olive oil and ;carbolic a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Tlie members of St. John's choir, Moss Vale, made a presentation on Christmas Eve to Mr. H, Webb, organist of the church as n mark of theiresteem and appreciation,, of his services. Fi *60 Trade Prices; at JETaig & Ccu's

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 27TH DECEMBER. Before Mr. W. S. Caswell, P.M. and Mr. E. S. Mackenzie, J.P. Unlawful Detention of Property. NAPIER v. GALLAGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Bowral Police Court. Friday, 27tii December. Before Mr. W. S. Caswell, P.M. nnd Mr. E. S. Mackenzie, J.P. Unlawful Detention of Property. NAPIER v. GALLAGHER. Captain John Napier, of Bowral.H Com pany, 2nd Infantry Regiment, proceeded agaiust Senior-Constable James Gallagher for unlawfully detaining and refusing to de liver up certain property of the New South Wales Government, of the value of £5—to wit, one waterproof sheet, one pair oi leg gings, one haversack, one cartridge belt, one frog, one valise, one cap, aud oue money belt. Senior-Constable Gallagher explaiced to the Bench that the6e articles were certain property recovered from a man nnraed Simeon Alexander Moss, who was commit ted for trial on a charge of having stolen them, but having been convicted on another cliarge the Crown did not proceed. He was willing to submit to any order the Bench might make. Captain Nlipier doposed that the articles complained of were the property of the N.S.W. Government, and ho had reason "...

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