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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

Weak Children A Sickly Child Made Strong; Wo know you -will bo greatly inter ested 111 tin's testimonial. It tells you' how you' can: make your sickly child robust and liearty. Mrs; A. Lawrenco, ofBowd'en, SoutB' Australia, sends us this picture of her-" child, with the following letter: "My child, now four years old, was always delicate, and medicine did him uo good. A friend told 1110 to try AYER'S Sarsaparilla I did so, and you would liavo been astonished to notice the prompt chango. All my friends say it was simply wonderful. Only four bottles nmdo luy weak and sickly child strong and liealtliy. I want to urge all inotlier3 who have delicate children to try this tonic.,r Ayer's Tills are tho best liver pills you can .. buy. They cure constipation, biliousness. .. , Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co,, Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 10th JANUARY, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

Bowral Police Court. Friday, 10th Januahy, 1002i Before) Messrs. W. S. Caswell, P.M., ~and R. S.i Mackenzie, J.P.' Two small debts cases wcro postponed.

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MITTAGONG. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

MITTAGONGv MCJNKJII'AIi COUNGITj. Tlin usual foiliiif-htly meeting of the above was held nn VVndntwlii.v evening. FVeacnt:—Aid. Monl iiijr (Mayor). Hudspeth, Lcighton, Westbury, Moses, ' and Parkinson. An npolngy for non-attendance was receivod from Aid. McDonald. . Correspondence. From CritcIioM Walter,Principal Under-Secretary, stating that Ji'iiilty, I7tli January, had been up. pointed a public hoUIay in the yolica district of llerriina. Reports. The Finance Committee recommended the foll'ow ing'acejunts for'paymentWages i'-i 4/, Horse and limy Service 7/6, lamplighter's wages, £4, Council Clerk's sulaiy £1 4/7. stonebreaker'B- wages 30/6: £13 1-2/7.-A-loptert, The Council Olerk reported having received' the followipR amounts since last meeting:— General rates £8 3/4, liuhiing rate £3 11/2; N. P. -Bate £10 17/0-; £22 12/. The credit balance at bank amounts to £106 10/6. The Inspector of Nuisances and Dairies reported that he had inspected and registered all' the dairies within th...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Were common seuse to have determined beforehand what was the wisest course to pursue, it is well nigh certain that the pre sent- metliol of making every trumpery little country town into a borough with its machinery of Mayor, Aldermen,. Council Clerk, and Town Hall would, never have been dreamt of. Nine-tenths of the munici palities totday are practically-bankrupt, be cause, all" available- money that could be borrowed was squandered at the first and now half the rates are eaten, up with' inter est aud office- expenses; The remedy,, if : ever the stage of desiring a remedy . |je arrived'at, would be to have county coun cils controlling large areas. For instance,, one such could govern the whole Berrima Dietrict, but-the millennium is not yet, at least, not till the governmout milch cow. has run dry * * Perlinps the very modesty of B'owrars re quest of the Minister for Works to- borrow j only .sufficient money to-lay pipes down to. the fire station from, the tank ...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, January 11, 1902. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

T1IE FREE PRESS. I'nblixhi tl in liowral, MilUigong, ami Robertson. Saturday, January 11, 1902. ROBERTSON, After a.prolonged spell of dry weather, we have had a copious downpour dntfOR the past ivealf, about 4J inches have been restored. It will bo a great botiirto oi:r tiumurs'us nil crops were very back ward, nnd both gciius and water veiy scarce. The Water mid Seweraue Board are at present in Bpuutiiifr h situ for n reservoir in Kangaloon, and as. noon hi iho site Iia3 been determined, the work ol eunsti notion is to be proceeded with.

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. B9. BIMON- AND JUDI3, DuWIUTi. Services 11 and 7.30 Prcticlier, tho Rector. BT. STRPJIBS'S, MITTAOONO. Services 11 and 7.30 Prenchcr, Rev. D Rutledge. WINOECAJlHinilEi:. Up. Mittttgong 11, HurrawaiJL' 3, Robertson 7.30 Rev. D. T. Smith. Methodist Church. Bowrnl, Bendonloy-dtreet, Mr. W. H. .Tones 17, Bong Bong-streHt, llev. A. W. Pnrtnn 7 30 Mittagnnp. Rtiv. A. W. Partnn 11, Mr. W. II. Jones . 7.30 - Moss Vale, Rev. A. W.Parton 3 Kundanoon, Rev. M. itiaddern (Sacramen;) 11, and 7.30 .Penrose, Hev. M. MiuliJern 3 R liertson, lUv. 1?. J. Branch-P/M) . ^ Knn'gnloon, Rev. F. J. Branch 11 ■ P.'.rmwanj', llev. F. J. Branch 7.30 Presbyterian Church. Bowral. Rev. G. A. Gordon (Sacruroent) 11, Rev. . Mr. McCook 7.30 Rov.G.A. Gordon, Roman Catholic Church. BjwralO, MiitiiRong 11 Rov. Er. Sheridan Salvation Army. iWrnckn, OddfellowR' Hull, Bowral. 7 and 11 a.m» 3 and 7 p m. Jfriaifjn I-mbel Uuilell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

Thero will be an " In Memoriam " service held in Hie Bong Bong-street Methodist Church to-morrow (Sunday)'evening to respect the memory of the late Mr. John Williams. Preacher, Rov. A. W. Parton. Final notice is given of the grand entertainment to be held in the Bowral School of Arts to-night, commencing at 8 p.m^ Lengthy comments have .-appeared in these coining regarding the excellence of tne programme to bo submilted, but oven in the absence of these reminders the programme would speak for itself, the names of each of the performers appearing being artists in their own direction. Pur chasers-of-tickets for reserved chairs are reminded that the plan of the hall is at Mr. Ebb. Davis's, Bong Bong-street. Bowral, where seats- may be Rel .(.'Cted'nnd reserved. Don't fail to ba present, ss a treat is in store for you.. A Cure for Summer Complaints., .. Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among }ohildren this season. A well developed case in the ; writer's family was cured last week...

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W. C. T. U. NINE REASONS FOR TOTAL ABSTINANCE. Dr. J. J. Ridge. B.S., B.A., B.Sc. [London] [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

w. C. X. u. NINI3 REASONS FOR TOTAL ABSTINENCE.. Dr. J. .T. Ridso. B.S., B.A., B.So. [tmndon] " 1. Because it is a nnrcolie drug which prevonts tho proper performance o/ l.ho funciinn.i of iho riervona system,,weakens the will, warpn llio judge ment, reduces the power of self-control over thoughts, wordtf, and actions, nil I thus promotes moral evil. 2. Because it creates, in common with other narcotics, a craving or desire for itself, which, under unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances, may become irresistible. 3. Because its habitual use exposes the body to disease, leads to premature degeneration, and short ens life. <1. Because small (so-called tnmigrate) doses liivo the same kind of netinn as large ones, and a greater effect than can be perceived at tho'' time,- especially by the unaided and nlcahol-iiijurcd senses of the drinker. 5. Hecatise alcohol iuj ires the duo performance' of work, is not able to titt;e the pl.ico of foo l, and. injnrea the body in proportio...

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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

OBSERVATIONS. By an Observer. Bowral is this year proving itself to be a very popular summer resort for visitors from the busy Metropolis and other parts of the State. Indeed, it is stated on reli able authority that the present slimmer is the best that has visited us for the past i.o years, hardly a house being now empty. The information must come as a pleasant surprise to. all,, although if we considered a little* it would not be at all surprising. One will need to travel a long way to find a more ideal township than Bowral in which, to live an ideal life—free from the noise and' bustle of the city,, yet abound ing-in institutions for pleasure and amuse ment ; surrounded by innumerable pleas ant picnic spots, with; some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the State within easy driving distance, viz., the Wombeyan Caves, and the Fitzroy and Belmore Falls, The wonder is that all these benefits.have' not been discovered by the outside populace before. Suchislifel To be alternate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

The Best Liniment for Strains. Mr. F. H. WellSj the merchant at Deer \Park, Long Island, N.Y..U.S.A.,, says : " I always recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm: as the best liniment for strains. I used it lait winter for a severe lameness in' ! the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and .cure it effected'." For sale by D. Morgan,. fOhemiet,, Bowral'.. , It is your aim, of course; said his inti, ; mate friend, to make people think ?■ No Ireplied the popular lecturer, in a burst of ; eonfi'dience,. my business is to make people I think they think,, or rather, to make them : think I think they thinkt The Same old Story. : J". A. Kelly relates an experience similar to that : which has happened in almost.over; neighbourhood m (&e United States.and: baa been- told and re-told . by thousands of others. " Last summer I hnd an -attack o£ dysentery and purchased a bottle uf Gham fberlain's Colia, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, •wllicb l used accordi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

JEWELLERY JEWELLERY! of the Latest Design EnflHt h nod American Watches kept in stock Watches cleaned from 2/6. Best Main Sprint; 2/(1. Brooch Pins 63, Watch Glass es, (5 J, Engrave-.l Name Gil and 1/.. Jeweller}' made to order. Old Jewellery Bought or Exchanged:. ALTj. WOUIt GUARANTEED. S. J. MOSS, Opposite Rutherford & Wickham's,. BOWRAU 1075; <& DONE ON TIME MB DONE RIGHT 4\ Orders for iV Jh any, V •/description o fV* //PRINTING l\ §Y left at the X /•'Free Press",V \ oibc. S: I BowraL v W»f. BEER-, Proprietor. BUSHELS. . . . of em BEANS €AN besrown on one plant ot TON GAN BEAN, in.a. suitable climate.. We have other gpod. things in out catalogue.. Send: one shilling stamps, tor a- catalogue end: fcoket afiraixed llu>ver seels—lOO sort^.. HERBERT J. RUMSEY;. Seed.ani l'lant Merchant, Boronia,. Barber's Creek,. N.S.W., THE; sanatorium: HOTEL, BOBBBTSON. . J. Hamilton,, j'urr., Proprietor. Good Accommodation for Visitors.. Every. Con venience. Splendid ...

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A FIERY ABYSS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

A FIERY ABYSS. Bv A BANKER; jOi all- the weird! and startling natu-ral scenes upon' the face of fehis. earth, probably the strange volcanic craters, known as Mowna Loa, in the> Sandwich Islands, rank amongst the most remarkable. The surrounding country is entran cingly beautiful; tall and graceful !pal'm trees with long pendent fronds raise- High their lofty crowns in 'all: directions ; luxuriant blooming shrubs covered with a mass of bril liant floriageflowering climbers and. pensile: air-plants, hanging down from the outspread boughs of, handsome forest trees, a very catar act of- many hued. floral beauty; :while highly • colored; birds .of re jsplendent plumage hover- about or [flit from bough, to bough-. But t-h is scene of beauty is intersected' ;by great solid rivers of shining-, fbliack glassy lava-, which at former i times have descended from, ;the summit,, some of which are •more than a mile wide and a hun-. 'drfid or more feet thick ; the con trast between the glistenin...

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EAST KANGALOON. OPENINGS OF THE NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 11 January 1902

EAST KANGALOON. OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH by "Spero Meliora." On Tuesday last, the 7th instant, the new Anglican Church which has been erected at East Kangaloon was opened by Archdeacon Langley, of st. Phillip's Church, Sydney. .A tea meeting was first held in the hall, the   weather being all that could be desired; and     the event, one of not frequent occurrence, an attendance of' about 250 turned up.     Af or.'.the inner.mini had been replenished hv fir.-t class- edibles, supplied by Metjsrs. Ilill Bros;, of Bo-.vrul, an adjournment was made to thn church, where Iho Rov. D. T. 'Smith held a: s-hoit service nppropria'e to the ocension, and tl.o i' citUud upon ■ Arch deacon Langloy to perform Iho opening ceremony. •Tne Archdeacon in (he course of <i few veil chosen words, snid thnt it gnvo him • great • pleasure in ho present "on .such an occasion, and afler hearing upon the neces sity of chnrchfiii. hope...

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SURVEYORS' CAMP v. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

•SURVEYORS' CAMP v. MOSS - VALE. , ... These teams met on Saturday last, and after a good game the match resulted in a win for the' Camp. The match was played at Moss Vale. The following are the scores:— Surveyors'. Camp. • ; J. McCooey b Fleeton ... . ... ... 2 ■W. Whatman b Fleeton' ... .. • 7 W. L. Merewether c Jeffries b Fleeton 14 J. White b Fleeton ... 10 — Balcombe lbw b Elliott ... g E. Riley b McKenzie ... . ... 32 V. B. Riley b Fleeton ■ ... .... 6 M. Bedford b Fleeton ... ... . 2' E. Nicholls not out . ... .. 3 T. Workman c and b McKenzie ... • 4 A. MurpRy b 'McKenzie ... ; ... _ o „ 'Sundries ... 4 ' Total -r... 93 '•••: Moss Vale./ 1 - 41.-Whatman b Balcombe ... .. 5 W. McKenzie b Merewether ... , 19 A. Elliott Ibw b Balcombe .-•••" 19 J. Fleeton b Merewether ,12 J. Casey lbw b Balcombe ... ...'• . 1 - Andrews c Murphy-b Balcombe 12 ■■ — Maroney b Merewether ... 3 — Jones b Merewether ... .... 1 — Jeffries b Balcombe ... ... . 4 — Comer b Merewether ... ... o —Butler no...

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Roman Catholic Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

Roman Catlioli<? Bazaar Our.Koman Catholio " citizens are this afternoon opening their bazaar organised for the purpose of liquidating the debt on their church. We feel satisfied that our. readers are'bieartily in sympathy with them1 iij this laudable ambition; and that" until the end of the week all will be able to join hands working unitedly with: one object in view—the raising of the means to continue carrying or) what is claimed to be one of the greatest of the philanthropic works of the age, The Hon. the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly has kindly consented to perform the opening ceremony, and we understand that our leading local residents as well as those from the neighbouring dis tricts have signified their intentions of ex tending their patronage to this desenN ing object. Neither time nor money has been spared to make the bazaar an event quite out of the ordinary, ari endeavour be ing made to cater to all tastes as far as possible. The goods for disposal are p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

The Same oh! Story. .T. A. Kelly relates an experience similar to that rtich lias hnppcned in almost every neighbourhood the United States and has been told and ve-told : thousands of others. " Last summer L had an l-cfe oi dysentery and purchased a bottle of Oham •rl/iin'it Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, li'.oli 1'ijsei! aeomdinu to directions and with en uly uAtistaiiioryinsults. The trouble was control .3 iain:h'quickiT than former attacks when I used lit'- remedies." Mr. lii'll.v ii a wi-llrknown citizen . B^orlerson, N.C.,U.3. A. For Sale by D. Morgan -...uji-.t, Butyral. ,

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Bowral H. Co. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

25owral If. Co. RiQe Club. It was decided at a recent committee me'etinR qf the above club tfyat this quar ter's shooting will commence on Satur day, the 18th inst., and continue (if con venient) every Wednesday and Saturday during the quarter. The shboting will be nt 500 yds. and 600 yds. range. Two sighting shots " will be allowed at each ranKe. ^ ;£,* 2/19/- was .granted from the fnnds of the club as prize money for this quarter. The prises will be the same as they were for last quarter. The Bowral members must call at the Orderly Room for their ammunition. TI10 dry weathpr ou the North Const is interfering seriously with the dairying 'industry. . On the Tweed, Richmond, • find Clnrence expeptiounlly dry weather lj!ia been nxperienced since October. Crops in many instances are quite a failure, and ioed isshort everywhere. Altogether the prospects on the Ifortli are far from cn cou raging.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

A Good Reputation. " The way to gain a good reputation is to cndea. vouc to'be what you desire to appear.' "That is precisely the manner in which Chamberlain's Oou-'h remedy has gained its reputation as a'cure for coughs, colds, cruup, and whooping cough. Eveijr bottle that has ever been put nut by the manufac turers hus been fully up to the hi«h standard of excellence claimed for it, People linve .found t!Rri it eaD always be depended upon for tha relief and oihh of thoce ailments nn I ill it it in nlpafant, and safa to take. For sale by H. Morgan. Obcmi -t, Ur.-wral. FOUND, a pair of k y« on a ftring. Owner can have same by applying ut thi3 ullKe mi l paying for advertisement. ] JIJJ.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

CricliGt. A match was played on the O.B.I. wicket Wednesday afternoon last between the O.B.I. Cricket Club and a team picked by Master Consett Stephen. Tho weather was delightful and a most enjoyable game was experienced by one and all. Daring the afternoon refreshments of a choicc bharaotor (provided by Miss Adkins and Mrs.George) hdded considerably to tho enjoyment. The match resulted tn an easy win fcr tho former'(who" had only,9 players), by an innings and 71 runs. Fol; lowing ore the scores Our Boys' Institute. H. Vickesy b Massey .. .. .. 36 J Gibson b Massey 2 E. MeCooey b Massey .81 ,, V. Sauer not out . . .. -..^27 E. Harper a and b Tonkins .. .. f> U. Toone run out ... .... 3 W. Nesbij; b Yenkins 0 (J. Sauer .. ' .. •. 1 S; Beer o Stephen b Massey .; . . 8 - Sundries .. '., • ., .. 10 Total .. .. .. .. 139 Montaguo Consett-Stophen's Team. — King o MeCooey b Viokery.. .. 9 — Stephens b Neebit 8 . H. Massey b B. Toone.,- .. 10 . J. Massey bBauer .. • 0 T. Koigwin o Rev. E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

y&r. Cecif Compton. Pupils Received or ; Visited iu Bowral and District." . PIANOFORTE, ORGAN", SINKING Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical no3 Practical Music.' Address : Post Office, Bowral. Is The Place t«* leavej all Your Printing^. BEST CLASS. OF WORK AT < LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. S-BOM A VISITING CARD TO A POSTER. WE guarantee |)up Work ■ ■ ;QlJlCEr :l ; NEAT,. • . AM) CLEAN. Tour Jia/mr of <A. Trial Solicited. QUE, NEW ADDRESS IS <•->■■■* i I"'- ^ -3 : - 0....• Oil ibe mil, OPP, HIUU BROTHERS,

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