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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Cricket. BOWEAL ASSOCIATION, v. GEORGE.. A'matob wns .played'on Boxing Day on the Glebe wicket between the above teams, and'after a gnod game resulted,in arwin for the home team by 11. runs.. Soores are as follows.: — • ; • St. Gkorqe. . • J: DooltinR c H.'Jones b F. Cope ... 14' J. Fox b Finnoton j.. .. .. A. Halfield'o.Comor b F.'Oopo -6. P. Devlin .c and b W. Griffiths.. ... 25k ^ T,.Brierlfiy b Finneran. ... .. ■' W.Xioudon bFinneran .. *, .8c.-\. VV..Bitldcll thrown out ' .. 0 V. Murphy fl Corner b VV* Griffiths 5 ,, A. Devlin bFinneran . , .. 2 • A; Smithson o H. Poolo b W. Grifliths 4 \Y. Firth not out ■ ... .. ... ' 5. H. Eday.how. b Finnernn 2v;v Sundries • .. 9 Total .. , '100; Bowiiai, Association.. ; W. Finnorn'n lbw b Hntficld.' ... JL.,IJuKgBtt Ibw b Halliold-,.v .. 4, F; Copo not out .. .. .. S3,; O. J ones c Devlin b IWerley ..; 1; H. Jones e Murphy b Riddel! .. -I; L. Corner c and b Riddell ., .. 8v H. Poole o Devlin b Loudon .. 0 %V. GiilliiliM b I ourion .. .. 5 A...

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

KA.NGALOON. By "S'pero Meliora." 1 Once more Christmas-has come and gone, with the usual quietness which char acterisesthe country Christmas. The usual gathering'together of families, the excitement among the children: over the toys which'Santa Claus has left in the :llicky-recipients' stocking, serve to> make this joyous'season more pleasant for old' and young alike. On Boxing Day. the usual Wesleyan Sunday-school picnic was lield^ at the i church, where some 150 persons did jus-1 'tice to-the excellent cakes: provided by 1 Mr. A.' Corry of Bowral, after which an 1 adjournment was-made to the cricket ground, where' the usual picnic games were played, and much enjoyed by the young people. '.The games-.which; drew •most attention: were^" Jolly-Miller," ".Drop Handkerchief,- aqdvlast but "not least-'the inevitable ■" Tworin-^the-shade;!' Alsor a swing was. provided^for'the 'Syoung.fry,", and if we judge by: the expression. -$#Iy turn next," seemed-to enjoy themselves very mucli. Ab...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in owral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, January 1, 1902. MITTAGONG. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

The usual fortnightly meeting of the Mittagong council was held last Friday night. Present: Aldermen Mealing (-Mayor), Moses, H.udspetfi, Leigh ton, Merifield, Groube, Parkinson, and Mc Donald. Council Clerk's Report; , The .following amounts-had been re ceived : General rate, £8 73 8d, lighting, rate ,£3 3s 2d, N-.P:A. ^3 ns 6d, snndr-y amounts 5s ;. total £15 17s 45]; ■ The amount, at credit was..£°*,78:135 gd. Finance Report.. The following accounts were passed for payment : Wages £\ 4s, horse and 'dray. :13s id, lamplighter £$< salaries '£3 17s, expenses (deputation) £1 is,, charwoman 5s, N.P:A;' service £8. 5s iod; stone- 1 breakers' wages. £7 9s. 4d, rent (C.E: I Schoolroom) £5..; total £"34 15s 3d. I Worka Committee's Report., i The works committee reported'' that Iduring the past fortnight laborers had been employed on Main, Pioneer,.Station,• Queenj, and: Alice-streets, and Bowral ;road in.maintenance-worki The commit tee found that the price for work on Bow ral^...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

Obituary-.. In this issue we regretfully record' the death of Miss Florence Comer, at the age of 29 years, which took, place at her late '•residence,. Merrigang.-street,. Bow.ral; at 5 o'clock on Sunday morning last.: For the past twelve months the deceased had been. a. sufferer from the dread disease consumption, but only for the last four, months had.she been .compelled to: com pletely lay up, during: which-time the skil ful medical attendance of' Dr. Foulds-and the careful nursing by relatives- were brought into operation,, but apparently to no-avail, unless for momentary relief, for death was victorious-and. called its help less victim rather prematurely, to the (regions in the great'-beyond*. The de ceased lady was born at Comerton Park; i'butjor the past 22 years had resided with her.'grandmother, Mrs. E. Gomer, in Bowral, and, at whose residence- she passed: away; ; The ' funeral' took place on' Monday afternoon in the> Church of England cem etery adjoining St. Jude's, the...

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The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

TTSie Holidays. Notwithstanding the unusually high temperature of the atmospheric conditions, during the festive season, the. holidays so far have passed off even'more pleasantly, than on preceding occasions.. Bowral was by no means behind the times, for the profuse display of bushes on the eve of ,Christmas in front of the.various busi ness houses was positive evidence that a further celebration of Xmas haci again arrived. Bong Bong-street looked quite gay arrayed in so much greenery, but as evening wore on the"scene becatne more, interesting, and the brilliant illuminations from the many and varied designs of. Chi nese lanterns lent enchantment to the vicinity; It was by no means late, wlien a busy throng of spectators and speculators paraded, the streets and. invaded the shops. Needless to say a thriving " biz" was-the order of the night at almost every establishment;, particularly in .the toy. dir ection, Santa Claus being a prominent purchaser in laying in a stock for the night...

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

Tlio best msdioine know.ii is. SANDER <ft SONS, EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.' Test its eminent powers ful effects in coughs. ocl(is, influenza, tbo relief is instantaneous. In,seripuB oases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest, remedy—no, swelling—no inflammation. Like surprising effeqts produced in croup, dipthcria. bronchitis, inflnmmntion.of, lungs, swelling, &c., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases; of- kid-. : neys and urinary organs, SANDER AND- SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is in ubo at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globg; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster-. dam. Trust in this approved article and reject all: ' others.

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Wesleyan Church. CAROL SERVICE AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

"We si cyan ChurcH. CAROL SERVICE AT BOWRAL. On Christmas night quite a large num ber of persons wended their way towards the VVesleyan Church, for the purpose- of listening to a sacred musical programme of carols, anthems, and solos, to be ren dered by the members of the choir, _ The Church had previously been very taste fully decorated with ferns and greenery by three lady members of the choir, and presented an appearance quite in accord with the general accompaniments of this festive season. After a hymn and prayer, the choir, who had received an excellent training at the hands of the conductor, Mr. H. E. Wickham, rendered with much fulness and expression the carols " Hark, the Herald Angels Sing,'* and " Good Christian Men Rejoice." The same high musical effect was maintained by the choir throughout all their contributions, and the large audience thoroughly appre ciated the singing. Miss Kate Maddern's solo, " Eternal Rest," was a masterpiece, her rich soprano voice being heard ...

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

M Good Regulation. " The way-to gain a good reputation is to endea vour to be what .von desire ti appear.*' That, in precisely the manner in which Ofiatu.beiilain's Oou^h remedy has gained its reputation, as a cure for i ou colds, croup, and whooping, onugh. Every bottle that has e>er been put out by the manufac ; Inrers has lieen full.y lip to the high standard of 1 excellence elttiuicd for it.. People have found that it eiui always be depended upo.i for the relief and'cure of these ailuenis and ihat it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by D.. Morgan, Chemist,. Bowral.. \

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Bowral Association Bi bbs Band' will discourse selections of music on the cricket ground this afternoon. , Since Sunday's storm the atmosphere has been considerably cooler. The thermom eter on Boxing Day, last Thursday, stood at 89, Friday 97, and Saturday 99. The usual monthly Band of Hopo meeting was held at Iiaugaloon on Friday evening last, Mr. J. Curtis presiding. An interest ing programme, was submitted. The Bowral and Moss ValeO.B.I. cricket clubs will ooutest ench other on the latter's wicket, this afternoon, but the following will represent- the former club : Couway, Viclr ery, S. Beer, McOooey, Nesbit, Sauer, Swan, Harper, Fraser, Smith, aud Beavan. Emergencies': Condon and Bowtpll. The president of the Bowral Young Men's Association (Mr. Ii. E. Jones) lias granted the members permission to bring their lady friends to the meeting to-night, an allow ance not before acceded to, but on this oc casion mainly because a dance follows the meeting, and furth...

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

XMAS 190X. THE LADIES' RENDEZVOUS. Special lines, in Lustre Skirts, Tinted, 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* 0? plain Japanese, and the popular glace Taffeta includes all 4the Lbest selected colors.. • •• IN DRESS GOODS we invite inspection. There are n few 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. at your^ disposal at cut figures^to clear* SILK COLLARETTES, . PEARL ..NECKLACES, LACE SCARVES, ~ FRUITS and FLOWERS, . EEAUTY PIN'S,; > /. PERFUMES, FOR XMAS PRESENTS, We have many lines which space|forbidsj us to enumerate. From the 6d Photoframe orjflnkstand, we have a complete range of attractive]|jand desir -t&x'5&S3i able goods marked at figures which willj^effect a...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Municipal Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 January 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR® Municipal Neglecfc. n Sir,— I trisli ta put a lino in -your paper about the water supply for horses in Bow r.-il, which lias been cut off for some time. This is a m:s'.ake for business people and. ViHitors cnnnot give their horses watGr in the town. Another matter that needs com ment is tlio noglect nf the municipal auth orities in allowing Bong Bong-street to ro main in sueh a senndnlotis condition. Funds are available, and why cannot the' work bo proceeded with ? — •Yonvs tvulj, H. TEEVETIIAN.

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

The Same old Ktorjv .T. A. Kelly relates uri experience-similar to that which lias happened in almost every .'neighbourhood" in the United Stnti>S'and has been told and re-told Uy thousands of others. •" Last summer- I had an nttnek of dysentery and purchased a bottle ufChnm berlain's Colici Cholera, and; Diarrhoea-Remedy, which I used accordinj» to directions and with, en tiiely satisfactory results. The trouhle was control led much quicker than 'former attneks when I used other remedies." Mr. Kelly is a wi ll-known ciiiz<?n of Henderson, N.C,,U.S.A. Por Sale by D. Morgan Chemist, Bowrul. * > ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

A PURE SOAP 1st TSTt?cetssp,i°y FOR A GOOD COMPLEXION ; A Soap to be pure i)eed not necessarily be high 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 knowr^ 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 notice coat collars and velvet sleeves. Then, you wonder if everybody has 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 ouS the dandruff, and stimulates a healthier, circulation of the blood i througnout the scklp- 2/. DAVID MORGAN, Dispensing and Manufacturing Chemist, O wv 3ER- .Jfc. Iiia _ w. SOCIETY TO'the People."fct^Bowral" and the SurronndinR District, ~ MR?* H. MARKHAM MILLS, District Agent fortbp,above world-wide known So ciety, bogs to roifaind them thiit he is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

A Good Reputation/ " The way to gain a good reputation is to endea vour to be what you deBire to appear.'' Tbnt is precisely the manner in which Chamberlain's Cou^h remedy has gained its reputation r?s a oare for • coughs', colds, oroup, and whooping cough. Every bottle that has ever been put out by the manufac turers has been fully up to the high standard of excellence claimed for it. People have found that it can always be depended upon for the relief and cure of these ailment3 and that it is pleasant and safe to •take. For sale by D, Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. A man who has confidence in wlmt lie bas to show or exhibit can talk to his fel low-man straight', and tell him all about bia wonderful possessions. Moreover, the speech of a confident man catches on, and "influeuces the hearer; and that is why the Sydney Cyclorama manager gives evor pub licity to. the great'and marvellous show he presides over opposite the Redfern Kail way Station. He kno\ys the genuineness of his production...

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Berrima District Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

IBiirrisiaa SMstricfc; Gimi £lub.< . On Monday last the Bcrrima District Gun Qlub.held an open handicap •pigeon match on their grounds.1 TJie event was an open liandicap of ^"30, £25 first prize and £5 second prize, The day was cool and pleasant-,. T«he attendance was a record, one,, including several shootists from-Sydney and Goulburn. There was a good supply of birds, and some excellent shooting was witnessed. The day's - " shoot," which commenced at •••!". 30; .was. under the able management of" Mr:- H.^O. Carter,^secretary;; and did not conclude till dusk. Messrs. JR; G. Burn ^.nomina tions), G. Barnes, G. B. Mbndini, and" " Sparrovvhawk " divided. ■ -R. G. ' Burn did some excellent work, and took a dou ble share of the prize money. The scores.' are as follows :— Finsr .nomination; R. G. Burn, 22-yds. - 111111211121- .. .. 12 1 G. BarnrB,-28 yds 111U111U21 .. 12. "Henri,'' 20 .yds. 11111II11 9 P.'OooDor, 21 yds.' 11121111 ...- 8 P. L. Mitchell, 24-yds.- 21111111 - 8 "...

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Bowral Volunteer Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Bowral Volunteer Fire —- Brigade; ■ The annual social in connection with' the above brigade was heldon'New Year's Eve. All the'firemen attended in their/ uniform, .and there were about 30 visitors... The proceedings commenced about;; 10.30 'p;m. Captain Moses Jones occupied- the chair. In opening, the; Captain said'" he hoped'all the friends present would' do justice to the good things, provided,, and lie wished all to join- witlr him while he proposed the health of the living, which was done, after which the company joined ' in-singing " God Save the King.'' The next toast was the health-of the Captain, which-was proposed '! by 1st Lieutenant Iiuggett. In moving it he said that the Captain had gone to a lot of trouble with the firemen to bring them up to< such a standard of efficiency. The Captain in reply^statred'that if the firemen had not taken up thebrigade work willingly, all he had done would have been of no avail. -He was'glad to say that they had >done their p...

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Watchnight Service. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Watcliniglit Service. A united watchnight service, -'in'" which* members of the AVesleyan and Primitive M'ethodist Churclies in Bowral participa ted, was held in the P;M; Church on New Year's Eve; Apart from haying its usual solemn and at the same time joyful aspect', the service was a notable one in the- his tory of Methodism-as-marking an epoch in the Church's history when three Metho dist bodies, previously separated by differ ences of opinion' which existed for the most'part more in fancy than ..in reality,, were united.as one Church. Similar ser vices were held in'all parts of the State. The Rev. M. Maddem and the Rev. A. W.' Parton'coriducted the Bowral service, which was attended, by a fair number from each.of-the uniting bodies., Appropriate hymns were sung, and the remarks of. the Revs. M. Maddem and A. \V. Parton were fully in accord with the importance of the occasion. The' last few- minutes of 1901 were spent in silent prayer; Im mediately on the stroke of 12 the audienc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

A-Chrc for Summer Complaints* Summer complaint ia unusually prevalent anion? children this-season. A well developed case in the writer's.family wes cured, last week by the timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea itemedy—one of the best patent medicines manufac tured and which is always kept on hand at the home ye scribe. This is not intended ns a fiee puff for the company, who do not advertise whh ns. but to benefit little sufferers who may not bo with'n easy access of a physician. Mo family should bo without a bottle of this medicine in the house o'pec'ally in sumii'er-time -Lansing. lo-.va. U.S.A.,. Journal. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist. Bow al. A... W. Bder has Eikes . for Hire.

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Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Stance.' Theimembersof the Bowral' Association were given an uritisuivl treat on New Year's. -Night,-by being privileged to take the mem bers of the fair box to their usual ' meoting. The ordinary business was carried on till a few mifcutes after 8.80, when .the meeting concluded. The President, Mr. Hi E. Jones,, then expressed his pleasure at seeing those assembled! and- wished them all a happy and prosperous new year. Dancing was then commenced, and kept going witlr vigonr till miduight. About 50 couples at tended, and- represented visitors- from all' parts of'the district. During the evening a breali was made when choice refreshments were partaken of, supplied by the President, Mr. H. Ei Jones. Excellent music was provided by Messrs. E. H*. Poole (violin), H. E. Jones aud'JEt.1- Boutter (piano), Mr. Ti, Chapman supplying a few extras; Mr. i T. Chapman made an efficient,-M.G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Miss CoIvin-CJark notifies by adver tisement'that music and French lessons' are resumed on. January , 13th, and- that Eridge Schoobre-opens on January 20th. The timers drawing near for the hold ing of the much-talked'of bazaar in; aid: o£j the- Bowral Roman;" Catholic Church. Untiring efforts are. being put forward, by. Miss:Nellie Rice (secretary) and a willing band of: workers to assure a successful, issue; and'if the public fully realise the excellent opportunity in store for them* to obtain-genuine bargains,, the fullest ex pectations of the promoters1 will, be real ised. The' Hon. W?McCourt will open the bazaar.at 3 p.in', on January 15, and it will-be.continued for four nights. Read It in His Newspaper; George Schaub,a well-known German citizen or New Lebanon, O.;.U.S.A., is a.constant realor of the Dayton. Volktzcilnwj. Ho knows ih.it this papor aims to advertise only the bent in ita-columnF, and when he eaw. Chamberlain's I'fiin Uiilin adver tised -therein for lame back, ho ...

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