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SURVEYORS' CAMP v. KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

SURVEYORS' OAMP v. KANGALOON; On Saturday last the Surveyors' Gamp journeyed toKangaloon and Buffered defeat. The scores are as follows:— Surveyors' Camp; T;. Workman o Brookor b S. Cupitt 6' ■ F.Hougliton o Noble b'Piper ,, 1 . W. Whatman, b Piper. ■ .... • '1 J. Hargravea b Piper '■ .., 0' J..Stone run out . .. .. .. 1 A. Murphy, b Pipor .. 12 A..Prior st., b Piper ... .. .. 8 T. Keighloy o Cupitt b Piper , ;.. - b . F. Phillips not out 0' 3. Lanning o Akers b Piper .. 0 J..Stubbs o Alters b Piper .; .. 8 Sundries, ... ... ... 4 Total ... 42. Kanoaloon.. • I\.Akers retirod • ... ... 51' A, Noble b Houghton .. .. . 28 S. Cupilt o b Phillips .. ... ' 25 ' W. Morrow not- out ... .. 7 Sundries. ,. .... ... 7. Total for two wickets 118"

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Great is Diana. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Great is Diana. Bv A BANKER. ! .. The once thriving and magnificent city of Epheeus in Asia Minor—nowr but the desolate ruin of a nighty past, the home of bats and gr^atomwiing lizards, and the retort of hordes of prowling wild animals—was, in the great' days of its pride, truly one of the wonders of the world for splendour and gorgeous pomp and grandeur. Its commerce brought it the riches of the world ; gold from the rich mines of South Africa, now again worked alter the lapse of many centuries ; precious stones from India; works of art from Greece; with all that could conduce to luxury from all parts of the then civilized world. But the chietest attraction of that city of wonders was the stately and imposing Temple of Diana, which for superb and unparalleled magnificence exceeded anything which the world aver has seen, and probably ever will see. Judging from the fragmentary remains of the great structure wmcu nave recently uevn uia covered buried beneath the debris of nearly seve...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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SEPARATOR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

SEPARATOR ACCIDENT. A shocking accident occurred in Ootober at Jam beroo to a girl who in between 7 and 8 years ol age. Her arm caught in the cogwheels ol a band separa tor and before she could be released the flesh was torn completely off from elbow to wrist. She is iu a precarious condition. This accident shows the danger of using a cream separator which has not got the moving parts of the cogwheels proteoted,"and farmers would do well to see* when selecting a machine, that no accident of like nature can happen with his new purchase. " Preston's Princess " separator advertised in our oolumns is particularly safe in this respect.

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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. ROBERTON PARK [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Cricket. BQWItAL ASSOCIATION v. ROBERTON PATCH The above teams mot on Saturday'last on Glebe wicket, the former team winning easily. 8corc9 are as follows :— Bowiur. Association. J. Griffiths b O.. Smith .. ... & H. Poole b 0. Smith .i- 5 P. Cope Ibw b Norman . » .. 5'£ W. Griffiths e anil b K. Whatman.. 8 J. Huggott o Norman b 0. Smith .. 0 0. Cope o and b 0. Smith .» .. 4 A. W. Parton b Itobaon .. .. 32 0. Jonoa b Kobson ... 0 L. Comer b Itobson 0 B. Jones,b It. Whatman r7 .". 21 H, Jones not out .. . .. .. 4 Sundries ... .. .. • 6> Total .. .. ... ... 133 JRoberton Park.—1st Innings. R. Whatman not out ... ... 14 D. Madden b. Griffiths- . - . .. 4t \ J. McDonald b Huggett-:-' 0' S..Snrith b Huggott .. ... 0 A. Ford e and b Huggott 0 0. Smith b Huggott .. .. ... 0 R. Norman o H. Poole b-Huggett ... 1. It. Robnon b Huggott ... .. 3 P. Mcllao b Griffiths .. . .. 4 W. Norman o and b Griffiths .. 3 H. Piggott o W. Griffiths b Uuggett 6. Sundries ... ... ... 6 Total' ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Sciatic Rheumatism Cared After Fourteen Years of Suffering : " I have been afflicted with sciatio rheumatism for fourteen years," Bays Joseph Edgar, of German town, Cal., U.S.A., " Iwas able to be around but constantly suffered. I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Fain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time eured, and I an happy to say it has not since returned.!1 Why not use this lini ment and get well ? It is for sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. PEPPER. Pepper is not, like salt, a mineral sab stance : it is a vegetable poison; Flies will not tonob it, neither will they eat salt. Black pepper, if taken on an empty atomaoh in the moderate quantity of a teaspoonful, will either be promptly ejected, or it will cause great disturbance in the stomach and bowels, and also in theheart's action after it enters the circulation. It is in no sense a food, but in every sense a stimulant, which is but another name for a sub...

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OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

OUR BOYS. The fature of oar boys is a matter of vital concern to the nation. To fit tbem well for the battle of life should be the aim of all parents. The first and best assistance that any boy can have towards this end is a Bound and thorough education. No boy need have cause to fear for his future if be has had a good commercial education. At the Rookdale College the boys are taught from this standpoint. The principal of the college, the Rev. 0. T. Foreoutt B.A., believes firmly in arranging tbe ourriculutn of the school so as to give an eduoation which will bo of use in the commercial world. Young hoys re ceive special care, and particular attention is given to those at all backwark. Mrs. Forscutt takes care of tbe boys personally so that mothers may rest as sured that their bodily comfort and health is pro perly attended to. It will repay any of oar readers with boys to look up the terms of the-Bockdale Col lege as advertised in another oolnmn.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

ITEMS OF INTEREST. The testimonial to Dr. O'Haran amounted' to nearly £9,000. In our next issue wg will give the history o£how Mittagong got its nauie. The Bowral cyolists will do a ran to the Fitzroy "Falls this afternoon leaving the post office at 2.o'clock. . .Mr. W. L. Henderson- has been appointed teacher of building construction and traded drawing at Bowral.. " s The' tender of Mr. W. Frost,.-of -Bowral,' has been accepted foradditions to the;. Pub lic school at Brewarrina, .£878. f. ' ' The Association debate this evening should be both lively and interesting. The motion of censure is rather tuddeu,. but we believe, the premier is prepared for the fight. ' C. S. O'rr, the well-known 'cyclist, ■ mnde the run on his bicycle from<: the.,'Gnulburn, Post-office to the Sydney Post- Office on Thursday in 10 hours 88 minutes. This will stand as a record. / Mr. George Harvey, our local well-kuown blacksmith, wishes us to state that he is 'in-, no way connected with the Geor...

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Moss Vale Flower Show [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Moss Vale Flower Show MOSS VALE, Thursday,—A flower show under die auspices of the Mobs Tale Woman's Working Guild was opened yesterday afternoon in Mr. Benn ett's Hall by tbe flev. G, Sbeppard, who delivered a abort and interesting address complimenting (be stallholders and officials on tbe tasteful decoration ol the hall. The exhibits were numerous and ol very high grade, the judges having in some instan ces great difficulty in deciding as to which was the most meritorious. Cope and Sons, Bowral, exhibit? ed a beautiful assortment of pot plants and ferns, which were non-competitive, but were generally ad mired, The attendance was very good, the large hall being crowded, tbe fur sex predominating. Among them were many visitors from Sutton For rest, Exeter, Bowral and Berrima, Immediately after the opening a floral da MB TS> executed by twently little girls in red, white and blue, under tbe leadership of Mrs. Simons, ot Sydney, and (be per formance vas highly creditable to both t...

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Bullio. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Bullio, Tho weight of the wool taken off throe ordinary flock sheep on Mr. Jack Goodfellow's station, Bullio,. West Moorland, is well worthy of note,. and is as follows, the weights being respeotivoly 251bs., lOJlbs;. and 17Jlba., or a total of C2Jlbs. The wool is the liucal merino.

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A MAORI CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

A MAOBI CONCERT. . The following is from Lippon Dairn't weekly contribution to the Albury Banner Daring the reeent Royal visit to New Zealand the Duke and tne Duchess of York were privileged to attend a Maori concert. One of the choral numbers—the libretto that is to say—has been published. Here it is:— Baiaiaia beaten, Germany is oonfqanded, And Tommy Boer is cornered ! Abl your tongue lolled oat in the day of your defiance, Bat now your head ii toned into the mud. There is no questioning the patriotic fer Tonr of these opening lines, bat the mean ing is not quite so clear as could be desired concerning whose tongue it was that httd lolled. I strive, I strive, I oontsnd agtiani Kroger I Be ie my kataka berry, boiled, red, ready for eat ihg. This strikes me as altogether too abusive. - The nest verse is' unobjectionable, bat it is V*gUfl— in tfae eighth njonth ol the year ; It is closed J ai»—au 1 It ia open] au~»u J What, or who, ie closed an—an ? All said and done, however, moch o...

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Council Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Cousicil Affairs. The Bowral council is at present in fi chronic slate of eruption, and municipal affairs are not running too smoothly, in several directions. The day labor and- con tract system of employment was recently discussed, several aldermanic fathers con tending that day labor may be alright, "but not for the council. Then conies the fight against Moss Yule with a view to checking the latter's grabbing proclivities, which' re sulted in a deputation being sent to: the metropolis,, but so. far the desired end has not been achieved, and Moss Vale still rev els ill its. past accomplishments, and boasts of its' many government offices.. Regarding the Wombeyan- Caves Road littlecan be divulged at present, although the recent deputation to Sydney were en lightened on. the matter, and in a" very little while, we anticipate giving some .iuforma-> tiou of a pleasaut nature, for a grant for re pairs.is in the wind. ; The Bowral council are on for an annual, clean,up; An extralabour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Seeds, an kinds; fruit trees ; shrubs. best and cheapest in stook. 40 pack ETS, train paid, 10a. A. lansdowne & co., Goulbnrn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST. Visits bowral every tuesday and friday. For Terms, <60., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, bomr Bong-eti-aot. 276 The Live Upholsterer. W. STOKES IS still prepared to upholster your suite,' or coucb, or clmirs; repair your furniture—polish, &c.; makes Carpets, and cleans and lays them as they should be; repairs the fun shades; fixes up the sewing mnohine; will re-cane your chairs at less than Sydney prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed and stored. w.s. trusts by strict attention to business and good workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat ronage. . _ All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: VICTORIA STREET, BOWliAL. Tea! Teal! WE always have on hand new shipments of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas to Buit our customers. We also keep the beat Coffee, Coco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid ap £1,000,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. 1,010,000 Reserve Liability 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 !_ DiBuoxons. &. J. COHEN Esq., Chairman. Hon. fl. E. KATEK, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C, Hon. RICHARD JONES, M.L.C. E. W. KNOX, Esq. OENEIlAIi MANAGER: T. A DIBBS, Esq. ABDITOBS. E. S. CAPE, Esq. The Hon. F. T. I1UMPHERY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in New South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world. Xiowral Branch,. GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. u GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, ROBERTSON. Orders called for, and Goods Dolivered Daily. Highest Cash Price eiven for COW HIDES, CALF SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, . OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE OAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. HOGAN & ADGOGK The Practical and Reliable BGWRAL TAILORS HAVE made preparations for the coming Reason by stocking the newest and most up-to-date Goods in Nowest Designs I Newest Shades! New est Colors I They would also direct a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Coal has been obtained at Balnain at a depth of 2880 feet. The seam was struck at 3 o'clock on Wednesday evening, after four years sinking.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Notice op Removal. MRS. S. A. JONES WISHES to inform her customers and the public generally that she has disposed of her stock to Messrs. J. A. Haig and Co., but will CONTINUE THE DRE8SBEAKJNO BUSINESS in the cottage in Merrigang-street nearly oppo* site the Fire Station, # * 'jf /' # j> 00 , ■^ v . «° J MOSES JONES,^ VETERINARY LJVERY STABLES, " Kltliam," Merrigang-st,, next to Fire Station. Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, 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. Clipping and Singeing Done. ROCHDALE JOLLECE SYDNEY. **'- REV;C.T.FDRSajn.BAl Principal. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE ROOKDALE COLLEGE is-charminely situated In Its own park like eroundi of is acres, on the Heights of Rockdal6| Sydney, overlooking Lady Robinson's Beach, S...

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THE BALMAIN COAL MINE. Sydney Stock Journal. Chapter 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

THE MUfJtll COAL KING. Sydney Stock Journal. Chapter 8. Vfrhen they strike the coal at Balmain, all the country will be discussing the nature and . the origin of coal. , Most of my readers must have a fair idea by this tfm'e of what coal la, and h&w it came to bo where it is. But it's a great big' subject—an inexhaustible one. Instead of tell ing you my opinion of coal and its origin, I'm going to take a new course. If a man is in the habit of thinking of this little world of ours as a place that was called into existence only a few thousands of years ago, my remarks most sound particularly awfttl. But the scholarly world knows better, and I think that my readers have as much sense as any other class; and I'm not' going to hold my tongue for. fear of offending some narrow-minded people. Truth never fears discussion, and when I'm wrong I want to be set right. But now, instead of telling you what I think about coal, I'm going to quote a very learned and scholarly man, one who ...

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MUNICIPALITIES AMENDMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

MUNICIPALITIES AMENDMENT ACT. Mr. W.-Ii. l/arrow, Council Clork, Bow rnl, kindly informs tia that the principal alterations in the Act now before Parlia ment are as follows ;—■ Aldermen are elected for two years. A candidate for an aldermanic chair must hav6 paid his rates seven clear days before nomination. A municipality of loss than 2000. inhab itants to have ouly six aldermen. Aldermen disqualified if absent three con secutive ordiuary. meetings without leave. . Electors > male only. Under certain, conditions a lodger can be - an elector. No plurality of votes ;• but can vote in each ward if owuer of property therein, but if occupier only in one ward. Wards can be abolished. Valuation for assessment to be madein 1902, thence every two years except whero land lias been subdivided between the two years, or any buildings pulled down,, en larged, or erected. Rental value to be not less than 5 per cent, of fair value in tlie market. Electors can determine whether all val uation sh...

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A BIG SCRUB GLUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

A BIG SCKUB GLUTTON. Tommy, the ferryman at Dwowbarves, hi way a used to swear that St. John Flavelle Leicester wan two gluttons. Ad obsflrvant cane-cutter, whom I cultivated for bis epi grams, snid " Sinjin is lower than a brute beast; lie ia simply and solely a huge, fl bby, knock-kneed mass of protoplasm at tached to an abnormally large and insatiable (stomach." Wlien Siojin " was swilling or gorging, lie used to regale as exiles in the Big Scrub with descriptions of feeds be bad-bad in tbe £>eah Mothahlaad. He spoke with careless ease of gainea aud half-guinea dinners. For years be bad lived almost exclusively on turkey, bam, ortolans, venison, truffles, eaviaro, ptarmigan (kept, according to a filthy conservative custom, till tbey were in danger of dissolution), turbot. salmon, mayonnaise turtle, champagne (extra dry), claret, bock, etc., etc. Then be came out to tbe bally cawlinies, and found absoblanky lutely nothing wortb eating, and oven less worth poaritiif down Lis red...

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DEPARTURE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

DEPARTURE, 'On Thursday last, Mr- W. Cahill, a railway official, left Mittagong for Woullahra, near the Queensland border, where he has been promoted to the position of station maBter. Mr. W. ,H. Judd is filling in the vacancy till the arrival of Sir. AXoGrail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

ssarston'S REGULAR STOCK AT THE USUAL JREETRALE PRICES: 315 Pairs Men's, Women's, and Childrens' Boots and Shoes,—Evening and Walking Shoes. . * . , STARTLING Prices 20 to 50 per cent Under MARSTON'S Famous Low Prices. A Rare Chance. Don't leave it too late. Money saved is money earned. The gheap boot shop. MARSTON'S, OPPOSITE RICE'S BOWRAL. Globe Jeas Spot eash and y© n\«re fraveUers ^edtoek ytices jYb n\ore Credit BEND FOB FRIGE LIST. ^tehefleY & 2)avson 284 George St., SYdney* RICH. LIPP & SON, This is the name we wish you to re member when thinking of buying a Piano. LIPP PIANOS Have been well and favourably known in this Country for the last thirty years, and are now the most POPULAR PIANOS in Australia. They are acknowledged to be the Best and Cheapest Pianos at the Price. They are noted for Purity and Sweetness of Tone. Perfect Mechanism and Superior Workmanship. Unsurpassable Strength of Construction. Highest Awards obtained wherever exhibited. UNIVERSAL FAVO...

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