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

THE PROSPERITY OF THE • NEW ' YEAR;'. YSnil depend; largely upon; the way in which you INVEST YOUR -MONEY! RUTHERFORD AND WIOKHAM,, BOWRAL Economic, purchasing is the secret of. the'Housewife's success;.' In all; departments' we Have paid careful attention to.prices, and. know they are RIGHT.. a AncT may you live as long as you want*. And' never?, :want as long as you livevk EBB. DAVIS, Saddler, Stationer, Bookseller, &c., BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL.

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

PICNICS.. ; Several private picnics were held- on< New Year's Day, and also one in connec tion with the Convent Schpolv.

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

• For-some time past the ladies- of S. "Jude's Church, Bowral, have been- ener: getically preparing for their annual sale of work, which?is to take place on Wed n=' sda)', 22nd inst., in the, Rectory Grounds. Mrs.Bruce Smith is to per form the opening, ceremony-at jp.ni., and the admission is afternoon i-s, evening 6d,' children-half-price. " The Best Liiiiineiit for Strains. Mr. K H. Wells, the uiprcbaut at Deer Park, Loug Island, N.Y.,U.S.A., says:''" I always recommend GlmmbSrlain'a Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains. I used it last winter for a severe lameue33 in the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly pleased with the quiok relief -and cure it effected." -For salo by D. Morgau. Chemist,. Bowral.

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WATCH NIGHT SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

WATCHiNIGHT ;SERVli5ES$P'| Watch-ni^ht servicesvwere held in• St; Stephen's Church* of England and the Wesleyan Church on New Year's Eve, and were well attended.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 3rd JANUARY, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Bowral Police Court. Friday, 3rd January, 1902. Before Messrs. W. S. Caswell B;M. .• aud< JR. S. Mackenzie J.P. Francis Henry Lymeiv a man '.rather above middle age, and who has been re siding-in Bowral. for about 18 months, was charged with iudecentiy assaulting a little girl of eleven years of age, nt Bowral, on Saturday evening last/28th December.'. Constable Gallagher gave evidence leading? up to the arrest of the accused. Dr. Vallack deposed that ho had examin ed the girl, but fonnd no marks of violence :upou hei'j. nor any indication that she had been the victim of assault. • The little girl in question sobbed a good deal when giving her evidenco. She knew the accused, whom she met in Bong Bong street last Saturday night. It was da/k. Her little., brother was with her. Lymer siiid ho was'going to the station, and induc ted her to go with him,;.but instead Le took her into Statiou-street, where the alleged .indecency took place, after which accused !gave. her: twopen...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [?]. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. 5th in Advent. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

SERVICES TO-STsJJIVOW. . Church of England. ■SIMON AND JUDE, IIOWIUL. 5th in Advent.. !ScrviceB 11 and 7-30. Preacher, tha-Rcctor. : ■ ■ bt; bthpiien's, jiiTTiaoNa. ■ Services 11 and 7.30. PreachetvR'ev. B; Rutledge. WINOEOAHRIRRRE.. Robertson 11, E. Kongaloon 3,.BurrawanR 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. ! . Methodist Church. , . rBowraI, Bendoolej'-ctreet, Ituv. A,. VV. Pnrlon 11,, i . Bong Bong-Ktrfiet, Gov. M> Maddern 7.30. ' ' Cump Mooting, Mrs. Oxlcy's paddook.3 p:n>. Mittagoiig, liov. M. Maddern 11; Kev. A. W. Pailon 7.30 , ■Moss Vale, Mr. II. B. Wiokham 3 : Titimla'nnon, Mr. J. Hoove 11; Mr. W. Ijayton 7.30:. • Eenroso, Mr. E. II. Shoults -3 > .. 'Balmoral, Uov. K; A. Corner 3 .• - , Robertson, Rev. P. J. Branch 7.30 Kangaloon, Rev. P. J.-.Braneb 11: • /:• Mjra Vale, liov. P. J; Brunch 3T _ ; : Presbyterian Church. Mittagong 11 • -Bowral 3.30 and 7.30. '}. i Rov.,G-. A"t Gordon.' ; Roman Catholic Church. ' ^ • Borrima 9, Bowralfll, Miitagong 4 ' J ' Rev. Pr. Sheridan ; .&...

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H CO.'S SECTIONAL SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

H CO.'S SECTIONAL SHOOTING. i\r •

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Special Tie Regulations for Guidance of Rifle Clubs in Local Handicap Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Special 'Tie: ResnIations ~for^Guidamce, of r Rifle ■ Ginbs in -Lccali Handle Competitions. Tlie following rule is copied from tlie rules of the' National"Rifle" Association :— Where a„tre occurs between scratch v. handicap or handicap v. handicap, unequal in eitlipr case, with or without limit. The handicap allowance shall lie 'first added, then the tie shall- be decided by the regulations now'in force, i.e.(j (a) score at long ran?;!', (hi greatest number of hit's, (c) fewer'outers, (d) fewest magpies,' (e) counting Back shot for shot' iron* the longest range."' -sf •!'

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, January 4, 1902. MITTAGONG. LODGE RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, andltobertson Saturday, January. 4,. 1902; MITTAGONG. ' ' LODGE RE-UNION., The members of the Star of New Shef field Lodge- No. 2010, Mittagong G.U.O.O-F., held a re-union and singsong at the Oddfellows' Hall, "Queen-street, after the labors of the annual election of 'officers- for the ensuing twelve months. The chair was taken by the N'.G. Bro. Walter Sheather. Cards, dominoesf songs, and short speeches were the order of the evening. After tea, coffee, and light refreshments had been partaken of, the N-.G. requested, the lodge financial secretary, Bro; Moses, P.D.M'., to step forward, and with a few; well-directed' re marks and good-wishes;presented him, on behalf of the members of the Lodge, with a gold- pendant. On the front of the shield- was v the motto of the Order, " Friendship, love, truth," and the initials " J.A.M. were inscribed on the reverse side, " Presented to. Bro; J;' A.- Mosesj E.D:M., by the Brethren of Star of New S...

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

The bestlnsdicine known is SANDBR & SONS EUCALYPTI EXTKAC I'. Test its eminent powers ful effects in coughs, cclds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In set ions cases, and accidents ot all hinds, be they wounds, hums, scoldings, brftiscs, sprainSj it is the safest remedy—no swelling—no inffiinimntion. Like surprising cffects produced in croup, diptherin. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, Ac., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of kid neys and urinary organs, SAMPER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI: EXTRACT is in use at hospitnls and medical clinics all over the globs; patronised liy His Majesty, the King of Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster dam. Trust in, Shis approved article ftnd reject all others., •

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

A NOTABLE" is thin oiie-juBt pnKBinfv JThe financial condition ot the .country is undergoing a great change, and ii he; "lioveo all people to bo direful ot their hard The tiro§ will soon bo'when \ ONE POUNDS will not 8" QUITE 80 far as it used to, and we ar£ not sure that wages arc poin^ (o be A NY BIOGEB. When that time, fo c!o»c at hand, culpa, the people who wilt help to make ihings brighter tor you are AT .THE CUSTOMS HOUSE 'Every jjenny ot tho tariff ia Jjeing polle.ctcdj AT HILL BROS. .SCARCELY" ANY. Almost all our stoefe, ' ia Btill JTreo o'f.Duty. T " We offer you Goods for the New Year Good, fresh Groceries The latest things in Drapery.. , The beat in IJo.ots. . The best value in Ironmongery, ,, ,; ■ Crockery, UlasBwnre. AND ALMOST ALL AT OLE! FREETRApE" PRICES. - '*• At any and every time your pound will always purchase most at BOWRAL FRUIT SHOP—*4 OPPOSITE Post OHice, Howral_. TIio neat an<3 most varied stock out of Sydney. Gall ancj. see oar show. : ■ ' ' H. T...

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

Fi •ee Trade Prices /atJBFaig & ©Q.'s,

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

AUCTION SALE Tins Day of FUUNITyRB: : and EFFECTS, Tiann, ifco., at - Werrington, " lliirradoo unilor instruction from Hiss Coivper. AW 1 set Singlo Buggy H vUNESS, almost new. Withotit reserve. Terms Cash. ' ,J. (J; MOIlltIS & Co.-, Auctioneers- 1!)00: attractive; farming ani>> • grazing- PROPERTY AT KANGALOON. J.Gr MORRIS & CO. HAVE received instructions from MR. F. RAYS to sell by auction at their Booms, Bong Bong' Street, Bowral, on SATURDAY, JAN. 11, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK, That property at WEST KANGALOON situated om the Bowral to KAngaloon l.tiod, about 8 miles.from Bowrat, being Lots 12 and 19' of a portion of origi nal grant ot 1280 acres. ■. Tbo aroa-comprisos 121 acres 2 roods 35 pea ches of good Grazing-lond. It* is bounded on the South by a Government Wator Ueservo o£-' 2000 nores;-and on the West by tho'western watercourso' of tho Inmou3 Wingeoarribbco Swamp. • ; • A 'It may tlieroforo be olaased as splendid dry1 weather run. • Some of the land is capable...

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H Company Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

,r"~" '■ . ' " Company Rifle Club. The following is„a list of the above club's shooting for the December qtiar ier, 1901, the first 17 names being prize winners (limit 210}:— DbI. lUpiil Inil. Rapid Indl R'apM ' ' ITandi- : " Rank ami Nanio. ■ 200 200' H00 300' -500 500 600-' 700 e00 caps Totiil; £*{0. II. J. LhIm ... 17 10 8. 20 1G- 1G~ 13' 21 23 6k Plo. A. J7 Roko; ... 21 9 15 18 2!F 21 16 22 Onpl. J. Na^iiir - ■ ... 10 1(>-. 18- 1'5 25 15 21. 24 Pte. C. Smith ... 13- 14 20 18. 2G" 17 22 20 21 40 216 Pie. T. O. Smith ... 15 13 17 12 9 13 22 20 21 80 ; Pie. G H. Ltiseby • ... 22 25 28 19 20 21 r$' 2.3 20 'Sc Pto. J. K-Iloher ... 10 17 ' 17 28:. 1'5 12- 15. 10 19- 03' Sgt, A. McGitllunr ... 15' 17 10-. 1'8 22 19 ,21 24 15 40 Lo, -Sergt. D. E. Glial liar. 22- 20 20 22 17 20' 18' 16. ^ 15 50 0(j1. M. Madden ... 20 1G.' 28 28: 1G- 19 . g 10 14 60 P.p. W. Tym-ll ... 15 18-' 18—15 14 1G 19 Tg 12 80 Sgt. G. W. O.dcs ... 25 22 27 24 23 19 27 24 5 16 P.tc; S. AiBlii'oi'd ....- 18 23 15 1...

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

A- young boy, Throsby : Clarke; while watchingHhe cricket.on the-Glebe wicket on New Year's Day, receive'd^acblowToni the ribs from the ball, and had. to;be car ried off the field. We arc glad to say, lie is now improving. \= , — -~-X

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

NO TARIFF, AT MANCHESTER HOUSE. / 33© In the Premises lately occui>ie(l by Mi*sr. ST- A.. •Tones we are showing- a Better Assortment of Drajiery to-day, than Ave have ever previously Shown in Bowral. In fact wc 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 Berrima District. "VVJG CARRY the largest and best assorted stock, the whole of which, has been bought at LESS. THAN "WI-IOLESALE 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 famous Linen Goods, straight out FROM IRELAND, ALSO DUTY FREE. We are Selling those-Goods at the Price, of First Consignment: Table Cloths at 3/9, large size, which are the Best. Value, To-day, in AUSTJ^A.LIA, and worth a lot more than the price we ask.. These are Bargains and can he- recommended,by the buyers of pre vious Consignment, we a'so offe...

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The Bowral School of Arts Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

The Bowral Sclaool of Arts Cimcert. Bowral residents mid visitors are promis ed a vare treat at Iho Grand Concert'to be given next Saturday .evening,, tho 11th instant in- connection, with the Bowral School of Arta, to raise funds to purchase a new piano for tliat Institution. The enter tainment has been organised by two' well known lady residents of Bowral (Mrs. 0. W. Marsden and MrB. 0.. J. lloyle) and no , trouble has been spared to make this con i oerfc a «rent financial, success ; tho best of I' talent has been engnged.. for the occasion, I oar old friend the favourite Sydney baritone, i Mr. George A.'Grimm, will bo present, also a popular Sydney tenor, Mr: Benn Polglasr.; t the gentleman who made such a decided bil 'as a: Comic Singer at a concert held last November, Mr. J. P. Astbury of Goulbnru. i is also coming, and Beveral visitors and local rosidents.are generously volunteering their services. On the programme we notice the names of many whom, it is always a,i plonsuro . ...

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Juvenile Ball. BRILLIANT FUNCTION—GRAND SUCCESS. IN AID OF MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

Juvenile Ball. BRILLIANT FUNCTION-GRAND SUCCESS. . - • TN AIU OK .. MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE. On Wednesday evening last the annual Juvenile Plain and,Fancy • Dress- Ball in connection with the Bowral branch of the Ministering Children's League, was cele brated.under most favorable circumstan ces in-the School of Arts; To*, view , so many gaily dressed children'skipping the ■light fantastic was a pleasing sight to every beholder, and one and all looked on with admiring eyes. The wee dots enter ed into the amusement with equally !as much enthusiasm-as their .seniors, and the, manner in which they danced denoted that considerable patience must have been- expended-in- their training. The •Ministering. Children's League Ball is now looked'upon as one of the most* bril liant events of the year, and from a- juve nile point of view by far the most fasci nating. The promoters: of such func tions deserve every credit for their genuine interestedness- in- the younger folk; and catering in...

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

FITZROY FALLS'.. The above place formed a pleasant pic nic resort, and was visited by large num bers from the surrounding district,, includ ing a number of the members and; friends_of the Bowral Primitive Methodist Church.

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New Year's Day. IN BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 4 January 1902

'New Year's Kay. IN. BOWRAD. ' V This, holiday passed off very quietly in Bowral, in fact the town appeared to be de serted ;■ but it was soon heard and seen to be otherwisp,. for sweet- strains of music could be clearly heard coining on the breeze from the Association Band, and on wend •ing one's way to the cricket ground-,-an im mense crowd was witnessed who had gather ed together to view the scratch match that was being played, and to-listen to the selec tions played by the band. During the afternoon light refreshments were handed round (provided by Mr. H. E. Jones) both to cricketers and visitors alike, which added to the enjoyment. , • On glancing further down the Glebe, it could be again seen that ' the monotony of the day had had been broken by tho Sur-. veyors'" Camp O.O., who were playing a match with a pick-up team. i No further amusement's.wereprovided ex cept for the various dancosheld in the even ing. ; r

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