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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, January 8, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

TEE FREE PRESS. Publishcdin Bomral, Mittagongi and'Roberlsom / Wednesday,, January ft, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Cottage For Sale.—See advt. The Association Brass Brand: advertise their thanks.to. the ladies and' gentlemen who so generously donated, them when. on. their annual Christmas tone. . Dr. A. S. Vallack wishes to notify his patients by advertisement that after the ist of February he will conduct his. prac. • tie'e at'• Withycoinbe,'' Merrigang-strcet,. JBowral... ' It will be seen by advertisement that .the annual meeting of the .Gleaners! U.nion will will held, on Monday, 13th in? stant, in. St. Jude's Church,.Bow,ral. The Rev. M.. Trickett will, address the j meet : ing, and. friends are cordially invited;, The. members, of S.. Jude's- Church Choir,. Bowral. recently presented the organist, Mr. Cecil Comptan,. with ,a. sil ver.-mounted pocket book as a. token, o£| . their appreciation o£ his valuable services, tendered in the. capacity of. organist and I conductor., I , Mr...

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MRS. ROOSEVELT'S SOCIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

1IRS. ROOSEVELT'S SOCIAL SECRETARY. Miss Isabel Hagner, a beautiful young society girl of Washington, has been made the social superintendent of the Roosevelt Administration.. As secretary to Mrs. Roosevelt, upon the unique duties, of which position she has just entered, she will be in charge of all the social affairs of the Executive Mansion. Besides attend ing to the private correspondence of the Mistress of the White House, she will : manage official functions,, and be charged with the task of smoothing out those ruf fles that amount from petty jealousies and animosities among the women of the Ad ministration; All the guest lists will be under her supervision- Unofficially Miss Hagner will have charge of the debut of Miss Roosevelt, and all informal enter ; tainments given by that fair young debu ' tante will be managed by the social secre tary. Adversities deprived her of a for tune which came as a birthright, and forced her to make her way in-the world. She.is said to have made...

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Methodist Union. SUCCESSFULLY INAUGURATED IN BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

Methodist Union. 'SUCCESSFULLY INAUGURATED IN. BOWRAL. By " Methodist."' ■The union of the Weslej'an and Primitive ; Methodist bodies in Bowral reached: its final stage on Sunday last. Henceforth 'adherents of both, denominations vvilJ be ;known under the one name of Methodists. jNot only does this ter,m apply to mem •bers of the churches in Bowral and in this iStatej but throughout the whole of Aus ;tralasia only one. Methodist Church now ! prevails., • The benefits which will surely ■accrue from this union must be apparent -to all: The Churches differed in little 'else save name, but their separation caused a division ofinterests, and although; ;ali were working with the same end in ■view,,only a divided front could be pre 'Sented;against the forces of evil.. With unity of action, and a feeling of friendship and brotherliness between the Christian, •workers of both sects, an unlimited pros ipect of usefulness is opened up to the -Methodist Church.of the future. It. was. expected f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

JEWELLERY JEWELLERY! «r die Latest Design 1 English ntnl American Watches kept in stock Walches cleaned from 2/6. Best Sluin SptiriR 2/6 Brooch Pins 6-1, Watch Glass es, GEnj>tnve<l Name 6d and 1/. Jewellery made to order. Old Jewellery Bought or Exchanged.. ALL WOUK GUARANTEED. ■8. JT. MOSS, Opposite Rutherford &. WickHam's,. BOWRAL. 1075. <s> DONE <s> ON' TIME o AMD DONE <5> RIGHT I Orders lor any k lescription of^ PRINTING l\ /i, left at ths V /•'Free Press"\ 4 Office, V; l Bowcal. V VVmu BEER, Proprietor. BUSHELS. /""IAN be grown on one plant of TONGAN- BRAN Vy in a sui'able climate. Wo liavo other good thing!* in our catalaRUP.: Send one ohillint; stamps for a. catalogue and: aoket of mixc.l flu.ver 9eo Is —100. sorfc.-i. HERBERT <1. RUMSEY, Seed and Man t Mfemhant. Roronin, Btttber'i) Creek,. N.S.W. THE. SANATOEIUMI ROBBRTSOST. J. Hamilton* Jur*., Proprietor. ©ood Accommodation for Visitors. Every. Con ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

i ' V'r' " | A Cure for Smiimcr Complaints. Sqmmer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season. A well developed ease in the writer's family was cured last wppk bv the timely use of Chamberlain's Oulic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy—one of the best patent medicines manufac tured and-which is always kept on Hand at the home ye scribe. Tbis is not intended as a free puff for the company, who do nnt. advertise .with. us. but to benefit litt'-e sufferers who may not be within easy acpess of a physician. No family shnn'd be without a brittle of this medicine in the h 'ii«p especially in snmmer-time -Lansing. Io>va. U.S.A., Journal. For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist. Bovvral, „ « U I N I ificlv l » Is an unfailing1 Cure For Old Wounds, Sores, Piles, Fistulas, Bad &egs, EVERY FORM OF SKLK DISEASE. Mnnufaclurcd only nt New Oxford Street, Londou. Bold by ull Medicino Dealers. PRINTING OF ALT, DESCRIPTIONS NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE. Free Press sxnffTisTB-r. MR. H. JONES, ...

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An Interesting Kiama Case. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

An Interesting Kiama. Case., ' An'important case relating to Friendly Societies, was heard at the Kiama District. Court,, before Judge Fitzhardibge,. whoa Mrs. Bullen, executrix of' the will off the late Mr. George Bullen, sued G. Cousins, representing, the Kiama Lodge of Sons and Daughters of Temperance; for the' sum- of -£80;~tUe t\siial funeral donation,.- Mr. K. Ryan appeared, for the plaintiff,, and Mr. Owen (Wollougong)'for the defence. Mrs. Bullen ( Wollongong) gave evideuce to the effect that her husband at the time of. his death, bad beeu a member of the lodge for ,'over thirty years. She had had a conver sation with defeudaut who told her. that he thought she would get the amount-and that" he bad'made application for it,, but he gave her no reasoD why the money had not been .paid. To. Mr. Owen :: She went. to/Mr.. iQfcopley,. Secretary of the National- Division al Sydney, about the matter;, because she could get no satisfaction in Kiama. Mr.. Cropley told her the Kiama Lod...

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Rainfall at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

Rainfall at Bo^raL The following particulars of the rainfall, in Bownii for 1901 Imve been kindly sup plied; by. Sir. «L B. Sberriff, Postmaster• Points.. No., of Days January 842.. 9 Febiuary ... SO -12 March ...t '.8G5: 12. Apiil...' 259 ■ 9 May 86. . 6 Jnue 153' 9 July .... . 205- 17' ' August ... 500 15 September ... 283 8 October ... 178 10 November- 179-' 11 December' ...' 118' 7. The Government astronomer states . that the inontli of December was one ofi the driest months on record. Over fully ,half [ tbfl. btate uo taui/lelL

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BALMORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

BALMORAL. The new Mechanics' Institute at Bal moral, recently, erected by Mr.. Alfred Stephens, of Bowral, is to bo officially open ed on Friday evening next, by the Hon. T. Waddell,. Colonial Treasurer. Our distriot member,, the Hon.. Win. McCourt,. is also to: ■ be.present, so that our Balmoral friends are; highly favored, in having two, such promin ent and, influential representatives of the . country in attendance at their opening funcr 1 tion. It is not Mr. Waddell's intention,, we understand, to make a political speech on. the occasion,. as his remarks will be restrict ed to-anbjeota bearing upon Mechanics' In stitutes atid kindred- institutions. The official opening is to take place at 7.30 p.m. 10th instant, and for the convenience of any (of the Bowrai and Mittagong.folk who may wish to heat the Colonial Treasurer speak and be present at the other Amotions which*.; follow, the Mail train which passes Bal moral at about 11 o'clock will call there to take on such passengers t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

The best in'.lieino known is S\5fl>KR SONS EUCALYPTI EX. 1'ltAO I'. Test it? eminent powers fill effects in coughs, colds,, inll'iieiizi, the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, braises, sprains, it is the sifest remedy —no swelling—no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in oroup, diptlieria. bronchitis, inflammation of Lunga, swelling, Ac., diarrhoea, dyBontery, diseases of- kid neys and urinary »n>anR, SANDER AND- SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is in use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globs; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medals •nd diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster dam. Trust in this approved article and reject, all others.

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CRUCIFYING A BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

CRUCIFYING A BROTHER. The following extraordinary incident is told by the "Gippsland (Victoria) Times" on the authority of the parents of the children mentioned : Two little girls went, to Sunday-school, and heard the story-of the infant child Jesus, and how he was eventually crucified. Next day the mother heard the children talking about the address as they were playing on .the ver andah; and after awhile they got the two year-old brother, and called him the infant Jesus. One of the girls came into the house and got a hammer and nails, and the mother, wondering what the young sters-were up to, went out to investigate, when, to her astonishment and dismay, she found the boy stretched out on the floor and his sisters in the act of nailing him down. They intended crucifying him.

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Death of Mr. John Williams. INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

Death of Mr. John Willisams. inquest;. Mt.-Av D; Badgery, J.P., District Cor joner, held an inquest at the Bowral. Court* ; House yesterday ' (Tuesday) morning, touching the death of Mr. John Williams!", who passed away suddenly at his resi lience in Burradoo-street, Bowral, at half? past 4-on the previous afternoon. Sarah Elizabeth Williams deposed .*• I am the wife of.deceased, John Williams, and lived with. him. at his- residence in 'Burradoo-street,. Bowral; the- deceased-' enjoyed fairly good health, and had been: always able to attend to his work;, he . was very stout; he complained latterly of' •a pain in the region of his heart,, which •affected his walking ; about two years ago he was struck in the eye with a piece of iron; immediately afterwards he felt a. pain in the chest, which has never/left ■him since, at times being more trouble some than others ; yesterday, the 6th in stant, he took suddenly ill about a quarter past 4. p^m. ; he opened the door to admit my daughter,...

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Lady Injured by a Squeeze, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

L,ady Injured, by a .Squeeze, . A remarkable case, showing how strenuous is courtship in Wisconsin,, is recorded by the " St. Paul; Pioneer Press," of November 28. t " Miss Carrie Hugin was so tight-' ly hugged by her lover last evening that the services of a local physician, were necessary to release her over lapped ribs. The young woman is well-known and popular here,. and. her case has attracted considerable attention from a medical stand point. Miss Hugin and her lover had been out walking. On reach ing the home they spent, consider able time talking on the- shady porch. This was at 10 o'clock in the evening. Before his departure from home the strong admirer • grasped his sweetheart in his arms,, and with mighty force embraced her. Miss Hugin was unable to sleep last night on account of ex cessive pains in her side, and this morning she consulted a physician,, who found that her lower ribs had been interlocked. Close examin ation failed to reveal -any frac ture. Miss Hugin, afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

I70R PRIVATE 8ALE—COTTAGE in Argylo . Lane. Cost £250, will sell for £130. Apply to G. SAYELL, Blacksmith, Bowral.. 1101 IHE CLASSES conducted by MISS ROSS* ro~ 1 commence January 22nd. Morning Class (or English, French, nnd Latin Musio, Practical and Theoretical.. Painting in oils and water colour, crayon, Ac. . GRIFFITHS B'JOS.* TEA nxeells for quality,. ' flavor and value. All business for distriot punctunlly attended to by writing or waiting on . S.. J. ilcBARON, looal representative,. Boolwey-strent, Bowral.. ' 1085'. FOR SALE.—Two young CoSyS in full milk,, very qaiet. AIro one LADY'S And.GENT'S. HACK, and one CHILD'S PONY, very quiet.. Also light double-seated BUGGY and HARNJ3SS.. Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butcher, Bowral.. "Tennyson," Burradoo-street.. 1009; Eridge School and Kinder-Garten; PRIVATE PUPILS received lor Continental! French, Music, and Drawing. / The younger pupils arc taught by Froebols System,, and can outer from S years of age.. Music and Fronch Lessons resumed Ja...

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PENTRIDGE REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

PENTRIDGE' REVELATIONS. Attibus, in the Mnlbonrne Loader, ^writes as follows r—" When lire we to. liear the last of Pentridge Rovi latious. The very latest little find was a ladder supken under the waters of the Merri Creek, within:a Jew foot of the prison walls, and carefully tied down for the use of persons who might want to get out of the prison, or, what is quite as likely, for the use of those who should want to get in. A, little closer scrutiny on the part of the responsible authorities may lead to tlie discovery of a grand staircase leading ■ over the garden wall,, or comfortable sub . way leading under it. It would not sue ■ prise many of us to hear that a number of the criminal class are in the habit of break* ing into Pentridge after dark : and breaking out again before daylight, merely for the satisfaction of sleeping comfortably under cover. Judging by what has come to light lately, I am of opinion that the next sensa tional escape from the prison will' be made per ballo...

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A CORONATION BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

A CORONATION BIBLE, It is reported that his Majesty King Edward the Seventh has consented that the Bible to be presented to him at the Coronation in June next by the. Arch .bishop of Canterbury shall be the gift of the British and Foreign Bible Society. It is expected that the form of service used at the Coronation of Queen Victoria will be again followed, with needful alter ations. If so, the words employed will be as follows :—"Our Gracious King: we present you with.this Book. the most val uables thing that this world affords. Here is Wisdom ; this is the Royal Law ; these' are the lively oracles of God. Blessed is he-that readeth, and they that hear the words of this Book : that keep, and do, the things contained in.it. For these are the words of Eternal Life, able to make you wise and happy in this world, nay, wise unto Salvation, and so- happy for .evermore, through faith whichjs in Christ Jesus ; to whom be glory"' for ever. Amen."

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THE VICTORIA CROSS IS ONLY WORTH 4½d. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

THE VICTORIA CROSS IS ONLY WORTH 4^d. Just a little Maltese Cross of bronze,, cast to. this- very day from old cannon, taken* at Sebastapol; upon it a crown sur mounted' by a lion, and, underneath, the i words " For Valor," the- whole dangling by a Roman V'from a piece o£ ribboni : crimson if the recipient is in the attny, blue if he be a naval; man—such is the' Victoria Cross, the proudest decoration a Briton may wear, the legion of honor of our twin services. Its intrinsic value is fourpence halfpenny. It is neither artisti cally beautiful, like the Kandahar Star, nor frankly and solidly ugly, like the majority of our war medals. Indeed, its; general appearance is perhaps best des cribed by the not altogether orthodox term- " gimcracky," Nevertheless, on veldt and mountain, in marsh, and forest and' desert all over the world, lie moulder ing the bones oimen who have cheerfully ■ died'in vain but gallant efforts to win it; while,, by those who have succeeded, deeds have been done t...

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ENGLAND'S OLDEST CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

ENGLAND'S OLDEST CLERGYMAN. The Rev. George Docker Grundy pass ed peacefully away recently at his vicar age of Hey,, near Oldham (Eng.), dying on the King's birthday, at the age of 94. On October 20 he preached to large con gregations^ This marvellous clerical vet eran was never absent from his church on more than three sundays. To have been a parochial clergyman 70 years, of which 63 were passed in the same parish, constitutes a wonderful rec ord, which entitled Mr. Grundy to be re garded as the " Father " of the Church o£ England.. He was a contemporary at Oxford of Mr. 'Gladstone, and used to entertain his friends with, lively reminis cences. Mr. Grundy never had a curate to help hira. in his parish till he was 76. years of age. He was a clergyman some six years before Queen Victoria came to the throne. Up to very nearly the end of his life he not only officiated at two services on Sun day, but .also took a class in the afternoon. One incident in this clergyman's life specially t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

FUNERAL. WILLIAMS. — The friends of the late MR. JOHN WILLIAMS are kindly invited to attend his funeral to leave Burradoo-street, THIS DAY, WED- NESDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Primitive Methodist Cemetery, Bowral. 1102 JOHN BEAVAN, Undertaker.

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 8 January 1902

KAN.GALOON. By " Spero Meliora.'" New Year's Day passed off here quietly, the chief attraction being in a picnic at the Belmore Falls, to which a large number of residents went, the weather being all that could be desired, and a very enjoyable day was spent. Some few months ago a meeting of the     shareholders of the Kangaloon Dairy Com pany was held to decide whether the butter should be manufactured at the local factory or the cream continued to be sent to the Mittagong creamery, and it was almost unanimously decided that the butter be   made at the local factory; since then no more has been heard of the matter, and probably no more will be, which is a regret able fact owing to the inferior butter which is sometimes returned from the creamery; in fact it is often hard to make one's self believe that it really is butter, but we can not blame the manufacturers for this, be cause when the cream is drawn some fifteen miles on a hot summer's day ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

" It's a Well-Assorted Match " is llio exclamation of every IoynI* Englishman in. speaking of the repent marriage of Piinco George of Wales awl Princess May. That the happy pair will be spared to rule over our country widely and well, nnd enjoy the blessing of good health, is a prayer that will find an echo in many heart*... Flollowtiy'a Pills and Ointment have, been the means of prolonging thousands of people in all parts of the world, ond now they aro looked upon as the moat rejiable family medicines. In oases of'dysentery, diarrhcea, sick- headache., ever, indigestion and liver eomplniufc tlioy are unapproachable by any known remedy, Tiiey are sold by all chemists and raodicino vendors.

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