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

INFANTS' DEAR I^ITTLE SHOES In white and colors. Great Variety, being Manufacturers' Samples. SUITABLE c^p ^ "xivjas presents ' . At FREETRADE PRICES, at NOTED CHEAP SHOP, 0pp. RICE'S HOTEL, , BOWRAL. •V <5> *<f ^ ^ «p* 4- A 903 VETERINARY LIVERY STABLES, " EltSiam,^ B'lerragaMg-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. SI fr REV? C-T FDRSCUTT.BA Principal. A HiGM-GLASS EOARDINC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. £ % THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE i» cfcarmin«~isit«Jttte»i i« own park like grounds of 13 acres, on tho Heights of* k-.oDkcirvSc, Gycncy, overJookripr Lady Robinson's Bcnch, tJrvns Souc?, l3oiri»*y Bnyt tha Heads and the Ocoan. All Subjocts arc taught...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

■ JPreseBitationu On New Year's Eve Mr-. H. E. Wick ham received a> surprise visit of a rather pleasant nature. The " Visitors,'1 who i turned out'to be members of the then i Wesleyan Choir and -Sunday-school, thought to catch their esteeirled friend . at home at about 11 o'clock, arid began.; to grow impatient as numerous and well directed pulls, at the door bell, failed to elicit a.response from the inside.. After a while, however, Mr. Wickham made his appearance, and cordially invited his unexpected guests inside. When all were seated-Mr. W. Valentine, on behalf I of the choir and office-bearers of.-the Sun day school, presented Mp. Wickham with i a handsomely illuminated address,, con taining.a number of signatures, and a' sil ver* mounted baton suitably inscribed, in recognition of his valuable services in the past both - as Choirmaster and Sunday school Superintendent; Mr.' Wickham, in; responding,, said he could- not find words to> adequately express his thanks for- the...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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WE HAVE REMOVED. TO THE TOP OF THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

S rr, : : : :.t¥k have remove®. TO THE; TOP OF THE HILL. i,; The head office of the Free Press, the t leading district paper, has been, removed ,to the commodious premises- lately occu-1 pied" by" Mr. D. Rutherford, opposite I -Messrs Hill Bros,where.the,large and.in creasing business in the printing-line will 'be; carried -'on: as heretofore. Business :people-will,please note that this is the largest circulated paper in the district and' is therefore the best-medium for advertis ers. A. W; ' Beer's; Bow'ral- Bicycle : Depot .'will also be.carried on at the same place. ^Larges't stock of bicycles.'and accessories .in the district. ■; Inspection.invited.

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Original Poetry. KOOKABURRA [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Original Poetry. KOOKABUERA Foul feathered bird, that loves to chaff The swagman in the morn ; Both coarse and ugly is thy laugh,' And plentiful thy qcorn. I envy not thy native birth, Nor yet thy dreary home, (Thou art a creature of the earth, To scoru me as I roam. Why should'st lliou giglo loud ljke this Thy voice with others heard; ' ' Thou loi)gs to clainrthe gifted bliss Of every other bird. Revengeful thing—thy prattle bold I Go seek some quiet shade; I would not own thy voice for gold, A thousand times repaid. Tom Airedale.

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Tlio new year litis oponed auspiciously in ■our town.- The visitors nre up to tlio aver ,ti»e in numbers; wo aro glad to see the old' faces, and--to welcome fresh ones. Houses have let well, and tbe livery stables are abundantly patronised,for.perhaps the bike lias worn off,* and it has dropped into its place of usefulness and pleasure; but after sunset in the town let riders without, lights look out.. • # *■ • ■ » * ' * ' ' . • " What a pity it is lhat tbo abundant sup plies of underground water in Bowral'are not get-at-able.. Tlie tenants want it, but landlords do not put their hands into- their pockets to sink wells. If each house bad a proper well,.what family baths would there bo 1 - Anoth'er steep grade has been discovered, and the district Boatf Surveyor is to bo* ask ed to have it reduced. The traffic to and from Robertson is much Hindered by the de clivity to the Mary Vale Creek, and the thousand tons of cabbages that left Bowral station- last year had t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Gitt and Flower Service. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Gitt and' Flawer Service. The Gift and Flower Service hold on Sunday afternoon last was most success*; ,ful;.' A.great many beautitul gift's,, were brought by the children—some 140 In all. ■'The'Flowers, fruit, eggs,: and cake were itaken to the Cottage Hospital, by .the. Rector and Mr. Kyngdon ;:and on Christ.-; imas afternoon.- the Rector and " Mr. jGeorge took the Toys to the 7 Homes rat i ;Mittagong in which there are 131 children, j They were all delighted with the presents | .sent. ■... ■ . :. I

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Customs Charges on Postal Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Customs Charges on Postal Parcels. Customs officers are stationed in the General Post Offices of capitals to assesses tbe duty "to be collected upon articles for warded between States by* post. Sicce tlie federal jariff was brought down-these offic ers bave been examining all parcels aud packets which aome within their roach, to the "great disturbance of postal business, for notwithstanding that the dutiable value of every article has to be clearly shown on the outside of parcels they have examined everything going through. The Minister for Customs has now informed the Post master-General that upon forwarded from one State to another .for private use, and not for sale, on which duty to be .collected would not pxceed 6s? no cjnty 88 to be' charged.

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

I • " It's a Well-Assokted Match"- is' fclie I exelamalion of every loyal Englishman in | speaking of the recent marriage" of Prince I George of Wales and Princess May. That the happy pnir will be spared to rule over our country wisely and woll, and enjoy the blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find an echo in many hearts. Holloway's Pills and Ointment have been the means of prolonging thousands of people in all parts of the world, ond now they are looked upon tts the most reliable family medicines. In cases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick headache, fever; indigestion and liver complaint tlipy are unapproachable by any known remedy, They are sold by all chemists and mcdiciuo i vuiiduis.

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. The Farmers' and Settlers' Coopera tiyeTAssqciatidn. Ltd.,' report Wheat.—Market remains firm in view of good country buying, and a slight strengthening on the . London market. Prime wheat is worth 2s iojd to 2s nd, with a higher price obtainable for. a parcel of Western or Southern wheat. We'h^vq sold 2000'bags wheat during the week at full market rates. . We have obtained up to 2s ltd, 2sn^d top prices. Redfern Auction Trade.—The holidays to some extent interfered with business. Heavy arrivals were to hand on Friday, and chaff closed at rather easier rates. Lucerne hay and oaten hay sold well. Quotations are as followsExtra prime green chaff, 4/4 ; prime, 4s; good chaff, 3/6 to 3/8 per cwt.; other descrip tions correspondingly lower. Lucerne hay, prime, 3s ; small bales, to 3/8 cwt. Oaten hay, prime racehorse, 4/9. to 5s; straWj 2s to 2/2 cwt; bran, 8|d. Pollard now selling at erratic prices; since Christ mas is past. : Sales have been made at 1 old and io...

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

Cricket. . lira match played on New Year'-i Day ou the Surveyors' Camp wicket, the Gamp se cured'a victory over a'pick-up team by 11 runs.' An all-day matoli will be' played t'o-day on the' Glebe wicket between the Bowral Associationand West Kangaloon; when the former team will bo represented by the fol lowing Messrs. F. and 0. Cope, IT., E., and G; Jonps, L. Gomer, H. Poole, W. Suv ell, A'. W. Parton, J. Huggett, W. Griffiths, and W. Finnerari.- The matcli is to be played twelve a3ide,. and. to commence at 11 a.m.'

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The Fitzroy Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

The Fitzroy Falls. The urgent necessity for carrying oat cer tain improvements at tho Fifczroy FaUs, and the replacing of some of the ladders which are at present in' an unsafe condition, prompted a deputation from Bowral to visit Moss Vale on Friday week with a view to " waking " up the trastoes with regard to the matter. The deputation comprised Aid. Christie (Mayor), Mackenzie, and Rice, and Messrs. J. H. Burn, H. T. Walker; and M. Jones, and an interview was obtained with the secretary to the trustees, to whom the object of tho deputation was explained. | The hon. sec. (Mr. H. W. Taylor) ex plained that the apathelio indifference of | some of the trustees was so great that it waB ofteii impossible to get a quorum when | a meeting is called. Again, they liad no funds, and, as he said before, the trustees were quite indifferent as to that. No effort was being made to raise funds either by Government Bubsidy or otherwise, and he was heartily sick of tryiug to get the trus tees toge...

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THE END OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

THE END OF .THE YEAR. ■ We are not progressing as we should be doing, says the Australian Meat Trades Journal. What do we see? Large meat works spattered all over the oolonies either closed altogether or working from baud to mouth, large meat, steamers herp and in New Zealand waiting months for cargo, and wasting their tirqo rounc} our coasts, a great falling off in the total of onr stock in the larger States, almost entire cessation of onr extract trade, and improvement in~ nothing.. Why is all this ? Government officials!<irid members of Parliament will tell you it . in because onr seasons have been so bad and jiave cost so many losses. But those are not the reasons; it is . be cause we are being understood, and beaten at the game by other countries. •'Here wo put every liinderance in the way of our pro ducers. We give first of' all short leases and high rents.(to induce him to make the country a desert for the next tenant)we then charge him high railway rates to the Me...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

SCHOOL OF' ARTS. j TKe monthly meeting of-the- committee iofcthe above, was Held on Tuesday even ing.; Present i.'Mr^Sweaney (in the chair); Messrs. W. Loseby; Hilder, Mcrrifiekl, A. White, W. J. Lake, C. L. Sheathcr, and T. Groube (hon. sec.) : Reports. , The finance committce-reportcd having ,examined" the following, .accounts,.,whichj were.passed for payment, on . the motion' of Messrs. Groube and Loseby Bulletin 6/6, Town and Country 6/6, stationery 1/6, • Librarian's salary ^2/1/8, M. Louis 1 Go., oil. 10s; ^"3/6/2.. Is?; The hon. sec; reported having, received i ^42/9/6.'durihg,past month; whiclri'nclud ed £40/1/7 as.subsidy fronv the Treasury.' He also reported that'as a result of. an: entertainment Held on Boxing; night; the funds of the; institution benefitted the amount of £8.—A vote-of thanks was passedto the promoters of same. The. Librarian reported that 8 new monthly members .had joined the institu tion, and two:quarterly members had left..| Thejtakings from the peuny ...

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

JEWELLERY JEWELLERY! of (lie Latest Design English and American Watches ' kept in stock Watches cleaned from 2/6. Best Main Spring 2/0 Brooch Pins (3d, Watch Glasa es', 01, Knj;rnvfcil Name 6d and ]/. Jewellery made to order. Old Jewellery Bought or Exchanged. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. s. j Moss, Opposite Rutherford & Wickham's; " ' BOWRAL. 1075 $ DONE & ON $ TIME $ AND $ DONE o RIGHT jl Orders for ^ J\ '' any V' '/description ofV" i\ PRINTING lY '/j left at the ' tV /•'Free Press",V / Office, £ J Bowral. \ Wm. BEER, " " ■ Proprietor. BUSHELS. . CAN be grown on one plnnt of TONGAN BRAN. '■ in A s-uiiablc climatc. We have other gobil things in oill- catalogue. Send'one" fihilling'stamps for a catalogue and ackdt of mixed fl'jiv'cr sej.li —lOJ sorti.''-" •> " HERBERT. J. RUMSEY, Seed and Want Merchant,'Koroma, Baib'er's Creel:, T- ■. , , - N:S.W. • •-••• * THE sanatorium; GRAND HOTEL, jaOBEHSTSOBT. J. Hamilton., Jun., Proprietpe.. Good Accommodntion for Visitors. Every O...

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

MB. H. JONES* (Late Asst. to Dr Magnus, Sydney, Deniist to His Excellency, the Governor;. 'Argyle-St., MOSS VAIJ3.. BEGS to intimate to the Inhabitants, of Moss Vale and the Berrimn. DiaVriot, that he is prepared to cxeeute work in nil brannliea'of Dentia try equal to the leuding Sydney Dentistsr, at Strictly. Moderate Charges. Mr. Jones regularly receives "from America the •latest improvementH'iri Dentistry,'and spares no ex pense urseciire the comfort of lus patients. ljainlcss (extractions by Laughing Gaa, Cocaine,, and Chloride of Ktbyl. ; , i ■ Visits SYDNEY; 80 Wynyard square, from 3rcV" Su.tur.lfty until Tuesday following in .lnonlh. lUTllRAW'AN'tt, Shiol'a Hotel, 1st Saturday in., month. BOWRAL.'Pharmacy. Jst, i?iid,*and <tthMonday iri month, and every Kri.lay afternoon. MITrAGONCl.'Cutc.lid'M, afternoon 1st, 2nd, aniB. ith^Monduy in month. : Mc. Jones may he consulted nt'Moss Vale except. ' on.abovcnitued dates. U-!3S."

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

^Xn old Bowral identity known 'a_S "'Billy the Welshman." got"mixed up in a row on New Year's. Eve in Bon£ Bong street, and as a result was knockcd down by a blow. On falling his head struck the; kerb stone, which infiictcd a serious wound.. On being taken to the.- hospital,, he was admitted, and regarded as a seri ouS'Caser but lie is now improving. Tlic Same old Story. J. A. Kelly relates nn experience similar to thafc wbichhas happened in almost overy neighbouihoodr in the United States and has bet-n tnld anil re-told by thousands of oilier?. "Lust slimmer I bad ail attaok of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic,. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used accordinu to directions unrl with en tirely satisfactory results. : The Unnhlc wim control* led much quicker than former attacks when I used' other remedies." Mr. Kelly in a wi ll-known citizen of n«ndorson, N.C.,U.ii. A. For.Snlo by'D. Morgan Ghomist, Bowral. IN LESS- TTIAN SIX YrJAUS ' . WEBBER'S VITADATIO...

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

EAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger traina nrrivo at TJuwral from Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 87'a.m. .(Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 o.m;. Saturday only 12.65 p.ra'. daily, Sunday excepted 5.83 p.m., Saturday only 7.G8 p.m. daily, Saturday and S.unday exceptod 9.28 p.m., Saturday only ' " " I'asBongor trains leave Bowral for Sydney 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.50 a.m.'Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Stfathfield only ' • 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, sthps Jlittagong and Stratliiiold only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, Btops Mittagong, Picton, (kiinvillo, and Stralhfiold only. 1.31 p.m. doily, Sunday excepted.

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

fHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid up .. .. .. £1,000,000 Rcserva fc'utul ... .. 1,010,000 Scservo Liability .. .. 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 miiEctoiis. Q. J. COHEN Ksq., Chairman, iBon. fl. E. KATEH, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. Hon. HENRY MOSES, M.L.C. " ' Hon. RICHAHD JONES, M.L.C. 13. W. KNOX, Esq. GENlSilAt. MANAGER. T. A 1)1 BBS, iSBPf. AUDITORS. E. S. CAPE, Esq " The Hon. P. T. HUMPHEBY, M.L.C. BRANCHES in Now South Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world. ".Bowral Branoh, GAVIN GEORGE, ManaRer. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, B0BEET80 N, Orders called for, and Goods Delivered Daily. Oash IPityce eiven for PQW HIDES, OXLV SKINS, WALLABY SKINS, ■' ' \ OPOSSUM SKINS NATIVE- CAT SKINS. 838 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Reliable HAVE made preparations for the coming season by stocking the newest ami most up-to-date Goods in Newest Designs 1 Newest Shades 1 New est Colors! They would also direct attention to their care...

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

Seeds,ftiikinds; fruit trees-, shrubs. best and CHdAfEST in stack. -10 PACK ETS, TRAIN paid, 10s. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., Cxoulburn. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINfST. Visits BOWPiAL every TUESD.-V Y and I'iUDA'Y. For Terms, ifca., apply Mr.. Ebb. Davis, Bona Bung-streep. , 27(i The Live Upholsterer. IS still preparer] to upholster your suite, or couch, or chain?; repa'ir'your furniture—polish, &o.; rankos Carpets, and cleans and lays tlieru as they should be; repairs tbo puh shades; fixes up the sewing machine; will re-cane vonr chairs at , less than Sydney prices; lnnkua window blinds, and ijxes; turniiu'ro pacM and stored. w.s. trusts by 3triet attention to business and rooiI workmanship," at low priceB, tu merit your pat ronage. ...... All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Noto address : V!€T«{I!IU SI'StEKT, BOWHAL. I T©a 11 WE always have on hand now shipments ol specially prepared Cuylon, Indian, urid China Teas to suit our customers. We also keep the best Collfoe...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

BOWIUL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Moots every alternate. Thursday, at the Council Chambers, nt 7.'3Q [i.m. ' Clerk's oflice lioura are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 ft.ni"!; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 8 to a p. m. - Aldorraan J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. Wi H. Farrow, couneil'elork.

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