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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST The Bundanoon boarding houses, were full daring the holidays, in fact it is said that many people have been turned away. At the annual meeting of tbp Bowral Fire Brigade, Fireman Moses Jones was re elected captain; J. Huggett first lieutenant, J. McCarty second lieutenant, I. H. Edwards secretary, and F. Bead treasurer. At the Moss Vale Police Court* or Wed nesday last, James Draper .was sentenced to three months' bard labor in Berrima gaol, and ordered to pay costs of four wit nesses at 7/6 each (80/-), or in default; of payment of costs a further term of one month, for an assault upon Mrs. Seewald, the wife of the licensee of the Tourist E[otel at Bundanoon. The accused on reoeiviug his sentence, flippantly thanked the Bench, and asserted that " he could do, it on a gridiron." Lieut. Zouch, formerly of Moss Vale, has been posted to A Company in the Fed eral Contingent which is being organised for service in. South Africa, A heavy storm of wind, lightning, and rai...

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

A Cure for Summer Complaints. Summer complaint is iin,usually prevalent among children this season. A well developed Qaao in the writer's family was cured last week by tha timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy—one of jthe best patent medicines manufac tured and which is always kept on hand at the home ye Bcribe. This is not intended as a free puff for t(ie company, who do not advertise with us, but to benefit little sufferers who may not bo within easy access of a pliysician. No family should be without ^ bottle of this medicine in the house especially ia1 summer-time —leasing, Iowa, U.S.A., Journal, for sale by D, Morgan, Chemist. Bowral.

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

The Itcst Liniiuent for Strain^ Mr. F. H. Wells, the merchant at gDeer Park, Long Island, N,Y„U.S.A„ says :■■■" I always recommend Chamberlain's Pain Bulm aa the best linitnent for strains, I Vised it last winter for a severe lameness in the ride, resulting from a strain, and was greatiy pleased with the quick relief and cure it effected." For Bale by D. Morgan, Olieinist, Bo\vral.

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Sutton Forest Market Day. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

Sutton Forest Market Day. This events so long looked forward to by those, and they were many, who took great interest in the matter, was held on Wednesday last in the grounds kindly lent for that purpose by Mrs. Laidley. The day was an ideal one for such a func tion. There was a large gathering, and every thing passed off in a highly satisfactory manner. The ladies were indefatigable in their efforts and worked splendidly- to gether, which, doubtless^ contributed in no small measure to the excellent result. During-the whole afternoon the" work and fancy stall was the centre of ^ttrajction, and presented an animated- appcarance. Mrs. F. Mitchell, Mrs. Kater, Miss Innes, and Miss Morse were kept busy dispos ing of their wares, the sum of £20 re warding their efforts. The Misses Nich olson; assisted by Miss Lawrence, at the produce stall, were well satisfied ajt the. close io find that the result totalled £10. Mrs. Frank Badgery, assisted by Miss Elsie Badgery and others, disposed of c...

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

. A record of 241bst butter a week for four months is uot % bad average for a cow. This is said to be the record of a beast awfled by Mr. A Warden, of Milton. A cow that will turn in £1 a week is a fairly profitable animal.

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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v, ROBERTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v..' ROB ERTON PARK. • In a match between the above teams played on Saturday last on the Glebe wic ket, the former team gained an easy vie. tory. The scores are as follows :< ■ Robrrton Pakic; .>/:,.■■■ Ri Whatman c,Hnggett bjones-!,, 29 H. G. Fraser c Shiel b E. Jones... 5 R. Robson b W. Griffiths-... • ... f 8 A. Ford b J. Griffiths ... ... 5 — Gibson c AV. Griffiths b J. Griffiths 4 — Monghty b J. Griffiths .... ■ • ,1 H. Piggott c and b Corner ... ; o H. Shiel c Hnggett b J. Griffiths... o P. Lake c Hnggett b L. Comer ... o, W/Norman run out ... ... , 2 A. Prior not out. ... , . o Sundries .... ... ... 9 Total ... ... :i.\ 63 Bowral Association. , A, Chapman b Whatman ... 2 E. Jones b Robson ... ... ... 1 W. Savell b Robson ... ... o L. Comer b-Fraser... . • ... 66 F. Shiel c and h Whatman ^ ... 13 J. Huggett c A. Ford b Whatman 11 ">— J. Griffiths b H. Shiel ... ... 35 F. Cope not out .., ... ..; 55 H. Jones c Ford b H, Shiel . ... 2...

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

A. W. BEER for Bicycles. " >

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Obituary. DEATH OF MISS ELSIE BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

Obituary. DEATH OP MISS ELSIE BAKER, .. It is with much frequency of late that we are called upon to record obituary notices, and the grim band of death has indeed been at work in our little comniuuity, old and young,alike being called away. The last victim-to yield to the summons of liei Creator was Miss Eltiio . Baker, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Baker, Shepherd-st., Bowral. The bright eyed little maideu was just verging into her fourteenth year, and was apparently of ro bust constitution. She was a genial com panion q.ud a favorite amongst her school "mates, in addition to being a regular and well-behaved attendant at. the junior class of the Young Women's Christian Associa tion. .Elsie only complained of feeling un well on Sunday week, and iu consequence retired a little earlier to rest that night, but at five o'clock next morning the little girl was suffering to a great extent, and during tlie day Drs. Vallack and Foulds were both in attendance. The former gentl...

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Gleaners' Union. ANNUAL MEETING IN BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

Gleaner#' Union. ANNUAL MEETING IN BOWRAL. The annual meeting of the Bowral branch of the Gleaners' Union was held in S. Jude's School-hall on Monday night. The Rev. E. S. Wilkinson occupied the chair, and the attendance was only mod erate. A short service specially set for a meeting of this nature \vas nr£t gone through. The secretary, Miss Stiles, then read a very satisfactory report of the work ac complished dnring the year in Bowral. The treasurer'sstatementalso showed tliftjt very creditable assistance had been ren dered the Gleaners' Union. The Rev. E. S. Wilkinson was sorry there were not more present, both for the sake of Mr. Trickett, who had come spec ially to address the meeting, and also for the work's sake. He (the speaker), was pleased to see Mr. Trickett, and was sure his visit would do them all good, j The Bowral parish usually did well in the missionary cause, but they wanted to ac complish more. He believed all present woiild do their best. If it was impossible for...

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A WINTER SCENE AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

A -WINTER 6GENE1 AT BOWRAL. Ceaselessly, silently, through the nir, Falling so lightly to lie liere below, Throwing its mantle so white everywhere-^ Come let us gaze on tho beautiful enow, Say do you know as yon come here to-day, Shrouding these pine trees, which ever green grow, . Here men are bringing a .comrade, to lay. Him gently 'neath yonr beautiful snow.; , Lo, now I hear tho calm words t,he Failb • ' gives— Words that spoak hope and are stricken with woe. V Mine eyes shall see my Redeemer who lives'.". These are the words that I hear through the snow. Homeward the mourners, go, now. not a a sound Breaks on the stillness, as, reverent and slow, " ' r Pensive I turn'from the newly-mnde mound, i Covered already with benutiful snow. : GERARD D.'ARC Y-IRVINE. Wollongong, December, 1901."

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

The morning of lifo is the time of abundance, profusion, strength, vigor, growth. When the sua begins to sink, when the midday of life is j)ast, then tho hair begins to fa do and the silvery gray tells .of approaching ago. Sunrise or sunset ? Which shall •your mirror say ? Jf tho former, thea it is rich and dark hair, long and heavy hair; if tho latter, it is short and fall ing hair, thin and gray hair. nhmV.A is vnurs. - for flyer's Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair, stops falling' of tho hair, and makes (the hair grow long and heavy. This is something you have been looking for, isn't it? And it is some thing you can have confidence in, for }fc is no oxporinjent; people havo beon using it ioje half a contiuy. We do not claim it will do everything, but wo do claim it is tho best hair preparation ever made. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mass., II. S. A.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 January 1902

RETURN THANKS. MR. AND MRS. T. BAKER AND FAMILY wish to return sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, and also to thank Dr. Val- lack for his kind attendance. 1116   RETURN THANKS. MRS. JOHN WILLIAMS AND FAMILY de- sire to return their sincere THANKS to their many friends for floral tributes and expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad and sudden bereavement. 1114

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GOULBURN--- SESSIONS. Bowral Cattle-Stealing Cases. Schofield Pleads Guilty. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

GOULBVR^ ---SESSIONS. JBowral Cattle-Stealing Cases. Sclioficld Pleads Guilty. The Goulburn Quarter Sessions 'were opened yeBterday before Judge Fitzbar>iinge. Tbe following Bowral cu,sea came before the court. Francis Henry Lyrner, jiged abont 50, pleaded guilty to a charge of assaulting a girl, aged 11 years, at Bowral, on Dec. 28, and was remanded for sentence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Cottage Property — FOR — absolute sale, -To <CIose Accounts. J. G. MORRIS & CO. HAVE received instructions from I lieMORTGA GEES to soil by Auotioh at their Rooms, Bowral, on SATURDAY hex?, JAN. 25, BLOCK OP LAND having ft frontafio of SO foot to ■" " Morrigang-strcet, by n depth of about 170 ft. Erocted on the Land is a WOOD AN D IRON COTTAGE containing G Rooran and Kitchen. The Property occupies d splendid position, and is to bo sold at a sacrifice to cloao accounts. The house is at present tenanted. We can' pafelj say to those in search of a House that this property will bo a bargain. ' FULL £AI$TICULARS ON APPLICATION. munigipality OF B0WRAL ANNUAL ELECTION OP ALDER MEN AND AUDITORS. OTICE is hereby given that NOMINATIONS will ba received by mo at the Town Hall, Howral, up to MONDAY, January 27th inst., for !THllli!13 ALD1SUMBN to fill the vncnneioM caused by ills retirement by the elliuctiun of.time of ,(ami;si M. CinirsTiH (Oxley Ward) Wim.um Mummy (Meulkah ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

PUT by mistake into singlo buggy at Bong Bong, PLAID RUG and HAMPER LINEN, marked " Yerenbalv" or A. Hill.—Apply AUGUSTUS HILL, Ycrenbnh^ Bowral. ' 1125,. GRIFFITHS BiiOS,' TEA e*colla for quality, flavor arid yaltio. All business for district^ p.unctunlly atlondod to by writing or waiting on S." J. .UcBARON, local representative, Boolwey-street,' Bowral. ' 1085'. FOB. SALE.—Two young COWS in lull milk, very quiet. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, and one CHILD'S PONY, very quiet.' Also light double-seated BUGGY and HARNESS. Apply J. W. NORMANj Butcher, Bmvral. TENDERS ARB invited for PAINTING—ono and two coat?, outside only—COTTAGlS in Cliff-street oceu-' pied by Mr. Wood, " H. C. MANNING, 1120 Cabraumtta Road, Mosman. BOWRAL. For Private Sale, or. To Let for % Term. " ANNERLE Y," largo Cottage Residence with ever.v convenience and ICO ncres of land, now occik pied' by 0. J. ltoyle Esq. Possession in April next." " IIIJEMATII," also Cottago Residence, withj every(convonienco for a ...

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B. D. Friendly Societies. Proposed Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Bi, II. Friendly Societies, Proposed Cricket Match.; A cricket match has been- arranged' to talje place; on Wednesday afternoon next on the Association Ground: Bowral, be tween. the Bowral, and Mittagong dele tes of the various lodges who, have sat on-the several committees of the United Eriendly Societies' Demonstrations.' The teams will be chosen from the following : BOWRAL. Wm. Beer. H. D. Beer A. W. Be§r. J; Beavan R. A. Bissaker.-. John Bowtell T. E. Cope W. R. Farrow W. H. Geor^ Jas. Goodfellow W. Hughes. Robt. Loseby G; Marks J. J.; McDonald T..8(^iggott' 0. Piper J. Richards :• W. Savell Jos. Stokes "W. W. '.Smith -. W. Valentine : MFITAGONG;, H. Childs, • A. Comer, H-. Campbells • ,W. Gupitfc IV Groubo. J. Lake •' J; W. Losoby> J. A. Moses A. McCallum. 3. Ryan A. Sweaney. J. W. Thompson T. Viles G.F.White A

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Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Social Evenisig'. f he fortnightly social held-ip the Odd? fellows' Hail last Thursday night was a bumper, which wa.q_ expected. Dancing started at half-past 8, and byl g/o'clock the fun was in full swing ; and as the ar rangements were perfect, everyone had. a good time. Nearly 40.couples were pres ent. including visitors from..Sydney, Ber rima, and Mittagong. Many very pretty dresses were worn, but; space dpes.'nojt permit us to detail them. A; good pro.-' gramme w.as gone through, including ftlr. Hopwopd;'s own dance, " The Federal." The fruit supper was. much appreciated,' and the com.pany didj full Justice 'to-- the good, things provided.: Mr. Hopwood as usual wasr M.C., and gave general satis faction, to, all.- Mr. G. E. Vincent was in his old. place as pianist, and, as the M.C. says, he canno.t be surpassed; at any rate, the company are always pleased when he is-presiding. Messrs. Howarth and Hopwood played a- couple of extras. When the last dance was announced, Mr. Hopwood t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

The Same old Story. i J. A. Kelly related an experience similar to thnt Uvhich has happened in almost every neighbourhood in the United Suites and has been told and re-told by thousands of others. " Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rdlnedy, 'which I used accordiwi to directions and with en tiiely satisfactory results. The trouble was control i led much quicker than 'former attacks, when I used other remedies." Mr. Kelly is a wi 11-kubwn citizen of Henderson, N.C.,U.S.A. For Sale by ££ Morgan 'Chemist, Bowral.' " ' ' A pickpocket came to grief in a rather .novel fashion on November 29. He was picking a lady's pocket in one of tbq large shops in London, when he pricked himself so severely on a pin which she used to hold her dress together that he could not restrain ii^cry of pain. This led ' to, his. immediate arrest. When searched nearly £190 in cash, was found in his possession! Mrs. Stanford's gift of 30,...

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BANK FORGER'S NEW TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

BANK FORGER'S NEW TRICK. Simplicity amounting almost to genius characterises the \>ery latest method ad opted by the bank forger, against which the London Daily Mail says it has re ceived a warning from Scotland Yard. The forger's new trick is to obtain pos session of your pass-book. Equipped with this, and with the " dead " cheques which he finds within the little pouch inside the cover of it, he is able at once to familiarise himself not only, with his vic tim's signature, but also to obtain much desirable infoinaition as to the available balance, and the names and amounts that are least likely to excite the bank clerk's suspicion. There is nothing to prevent him from obtaining the pass-book. He has only to satisfy himself as to where his victim banks, and then present himself at the counter and ask for the pass-book as though he had come direct from the cus tomer. But of what value (asks the Mail) is a warning without a remedy ? Possibly the only remedy at present is as compre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Goulburn Sessions Scliofield Sentenced; to • ix Years* Imprisonment; GOULBURN, Friday. When-the court resumed this - morning, Henry Oliver SchofielrJ, who bjid.-pleaded guilty to faj\r charges- of stealing a colt and. several cattle, was sentencedito> three years' on each' charge,- the sentences to be qnmiilative — twelve .years in all;

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