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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

I A. W. BEER for Bioyclei.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG. JOADJA SHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

MITTAGOIVQ. JOADJA SHALE. * Shale is still being rained at Joadja, about 20 men being employed on Mia works.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Wednesday, November 27, 1901. PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

TEE FREE PRESS'. Published in Bowral, SlitUigong, and Robertsonv. Wednesday, November 27, 1901. PASSING NOTES. By " Roving-Tom,": I think I voice the feeling of the general public when I say tbafc it is with unfeigned, regret that the Eisteddfod is not going to be held this year... Is there not somebody in the town who will take it up? It was de cided at a committee meeting Inst year that . tbe eisteddfod be an annual affair. And why shouldn't it? A committee could easily be got together, and there is no con ceivable reason why the affair shouldn't work. The efeteddfod in itself is purely educational,, and tends to improve and' ore rtte the desire for music and elocution am ongst tbe population. 1' sincerely hope tbnt somebody will take it up and not let the affair drop altogether, which it undoubt edly will if it is thus allowed to fall through. I hope before long a committee will be call ed together, and that tbe eisteddfod may. be' a standing affair in BowraL Bowral has again bee...

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JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

JUVENILE BALL. We understand that on tne 19th of noxfc month a | grand juvenile ball will be beld in connection with the Roman Catholic Churoh. Already elaborate preparation!! are being made for the funclion, which doubtless will be a brilliant aSair. We believe it is Che intention of the promoters to allow the children of tender years to skip the light fantastic till about nine o'clock, after which they will be entertained at supper and sent home. The adults will then take charges of the floor and continue the terpsicborean twirls till, the " wee emu' 'oars a morn."

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JOADJA CHERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

' JOADJA CHERRIES. ' The cherry crop this year of Joadjowasexception ; ally heavy, last week about 7 tons being dispatched to the metropolis.

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger (rains arrive at Bowral from Sydney:— 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.mv(Paper Train) daily, Sunday eiccpted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 6.33 p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains leave Bowral lor Sydney 3.9 a.tn. daily, Monday excepted 6.5G a.m. 'Sunday only, stops Mittogong and Stratlifield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday exaepted, 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted,, ./ stops Mittagong and Stratbfield only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Pioton, Granville, and Stratbfield only, 1.3d p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

The -warning cougli is the-, faithful sentinel. It tolls of the approach of consump tion, which has killed more people than war and pesti [ leaco combined. It tells of I painful chests, sore lungs, | weak throats, bronchitis,, and pneumonia. Do not mf suffer another day. It's use ™ less, for there's a prompt and safe cure. A cure for fresh colds and old colds, easy coughs and hard coughs — Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It often cures a fresh cold in a single flight, and it masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time. Con sumption is cortainly prevented, and cured, too, if taken in time. If anybody tells you that consump- ■ tion cannot bo cuied, they are certainly mistaken, for we have thousands of these cases reported to us, absolutely cured, and no mistako about it, - Put up in large and small bottles. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster placed' directly orer the tender, aching lung' is a great aid to the Cherry Pectoral. Prtpvtd by Dr. J. C. Aya Co., Lowell, flUia., U. 3. Ku /Sfc-T ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Before a boy can become a lamp-trimmer on the. Railways he must ■ pass an examination, yet it is j said . that " a parliamentary candidate need no. know anythin except bow to catch votes." NO TARIFF Our Business is now being run in premises lately occupied by Mrs. S. A. Jones ... HAVING bought this Stock at a discount, and having bought many hundreds pounds' worth of General Drapery prior to the imposition of' tariff, arid' adding the large stock we had on hand, this brings us up to the happy position of being the Leading Drapers in the Berrima District. THE LARGEST STOCK and the BEST ASSORTED. We have sufficient goods now on hand and to arrive-to carry us over 12 months without asking the people to pay any addition for'" Tariff." ■ ■ We intend giving our customers the full benefit of our purchases, . . MAKE 3VO MISTAKE, Trade with . . . < HAIG AND CO., isa.'vxs -3meo3S"«"S*, Cash Drapers, Manchester House, Bowral. XMAS IS APPROACHING, " -Wehave made ample Provision .To m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

£Wr. Qcif Compion. Pupils Received or Visited in Bowral and District* PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING Candidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. Address : Post Office,, Bowhal* TOSVI COPE SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL, (Next to Christie's). All kinds of Saddle & Harness Work done expeditiously and in first-class style. DOPE BROS., Grocers & General Storekeepers. Only best quality goods stocked. ALL COODS AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. KINDLY. GIVE-US A TRIAL. Next door to christie's, . Bong Bong-st., Bowral. 9708 ; V medical. ' D H. F O'U L 33 P. (Loud)., (late OF LONDON S.W.) ' Having purchased dr. fisher's fkactioj3, will aftor Feb. 21 condiiet it at u Easlin^toii,"- Morrignng.strcct, u fow doors, from Dr. Fislier'B present residouco.. . "•jEnstlnRtoii Me: li^ung-sireefc. 670 J. G. MOREIS & CO., auctioneers AND valuators, Stock and Property. Salesmen, Fire and Life Insurance Agents,, ...

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From Sydney by Road. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

From Sydney by Road. By Herbert J. Rijmsey. In tbo early days of the colony, betore the con struotion of the railways, when all the passenger and goods traflio {or tlio interior lmd to go by road, every resident would know mora or less of the road from Sydney to his residence, but now-a^days it is mi ex ception to find a person that knows tho road, barr ing, ol course, the Bwagmen who live upon it. I have had the pleasure of driving over the southern road between Sydney and . Barber's Creek throe times, twice from Sydney and once to the capital, and each time with added enjoyment. I have just returned from the last trip a few dpys ago while the whole country had its Spring coat on, and a splendid spring at that. As my horso, though a good one, was small, and the buggy heavy, I de termined to take plenty of time over the journey. Leaving Iiowisham about eight a.m., we strike the old Canterbury road, and travelling by that and several by-streets, we strike the main Southern or Liverpo...

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BOWBAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

BOWBAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the Council Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clork'a office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays, 3 to I 5 p.m. Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. Air, W. R. Farrow, council olerk.

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Salvation Army. Adjutant Gist, the Secretary for the jun ior work throughout Now South Wales, has recently,paid a visit to tho:, Bowral ^corps." On the Saturday "night au attentive; crowd listened, tojii^burnjngxprds, ,as,a]lBp in die 'SunMy eveffirig's open air meeting, while he earnestly pleaded with each one to get ready/for'the,'.great and /certain reckoning day. The inside meeting was conducted by the adjutant^ who again-spokei,straight aud plitinly'Wtlie linos of saivatioii, illustrating his address by pointod 'anecdotes and inci dents of a thrilling naturo. Ou Sunday morning arid afternoon Adjulant Gist visited some of the Cottage Homos in Mittiigong, • 'Vh'ere a good work is being carried on by .^ergeaut-Miijor Pearco among the children, "•many of whom, praise God, have been con-, vertod. It is to baL. hoped that Adjutant ; Gist will not be long?'be('oro ho comts. to Bowral again. \ 'On Friday, last a coffee supper wasjield • in the Oddfellows' Hall. Several from Moss Yules ...

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[?] First Letter. A FORMER BOWRAL BOY WRITES TO HIS AUNT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

'iiVs flairst"XettcE*. A:.FORMER BOWRAIii.DoV!WRITE?. -'TO HIS AUNT.IN ENGLAND. The writer of tlio following lottcr (a little hoy of eleven) was n formot resident of Bowral,' but. now Hvob with bin parents nt North Sydney. The lottcr, which was written without any assistance, litis been handed to us for publication as being a unique epis tlo for one so young :— North Sydney, Juno 27, '01. "Dear Auntie,—This is the first letter I ever wroto to yon. 1 hope all your family is well, I did not know you had'no children. Wo have got an ; other little baby. She is fourteen months old, and she can toddle about like a goodden. .She has got pretty auburn curly hair. I wondor if you have got' ! a little baby I was eleven years old or> the eleven i of April last. Thero is five in our family now Wo I . aro all quite well but Nellie is a little bit nick Our orchard is a pretty rocky ono down at the bottom but up at the top things are thriving pretty well. 1 Just now Dadrly is sitting on the sof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

A. W. BEER'S BICYCLE DEPOT, (Free Press Office) The Rendezvous of all Cyclists. Aooording to Judge Murray pony racing is a re markably easy way of getting rid of surplus money. Twelve London hospitals hnvo hud £10,00i) be queathed to oa^h of thorn by Mr. Matthew Whiting. " It's a Well-Assorted Match" is the exclamation of every loyal Englishman in speaking of the recent marriage of Piince George of Wales and Princess May. That the lmppy pair will be spared to rule over our country wifely and well, 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 as the most reliable family medicines. In oases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick headache fever, indigestion and liver complaint they are unapproachable by any known remedy,. They are sold by all chemists and medicine vendors. The Penalty of Heroism and The Reward. ...

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Friendly Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

Friendly Societies. A very important subject' is proposed to be dealt with by ;the Friendly Sooieties Amendment Bill, which was recently intro duced by the Premier, Mr. John See. The Friendly Societies comprise a large propor tion of the most worthy and self-respecting members of the community, and it is regret table that recent legislation has placed them in a very unsatisfactory position. The trouble arises from the actuarial valuation which was made of the affairs of the socie ties two or three years ago at the iiistance of a well-meaning. Legislature. As might have beeu expected, the result was to show how little anyone,.least of all;, the respon sible offie'ers of the'societies, knew' of their own affairs in comparison with the : experts who were commissioned to sit in judgment on them. Only one, the recently-formed Australian Natives Association,was declared solvent. The others, it was affirmed, could only pay from 7s to 18s in the £. No doubt, as the Oampbelltown Herald says,...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR South African Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 27 November 1901

LETTER TO THE EDITOR               South African Appeal.   Dear Sir,—Thank you for publishing our appeal in your paper, O hope there will be a good response. We are also much obliged to the Wesleyan Minister in Bowral for re- ceiving clothing and subscriptions. We have sent ten cases of food and clothing per ss. Aberdeen, to Capetown, captain Robb kindly taking them free of charge, through the kindness of Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Shipping Agents. We hope to send a second consignment in about three weeks, and continue from time to time as we are enabled to do so, as the need is great, and help will be required for some time to come. We have about another case of clothing ready now, and some money in hand to purchase foods. We sent 2 cases biscuits (kindly givon by Messrs. Arnott and Son, Newcastle), 2 cases of con- densed milk, 1 case sago in 1lb. packets, 1   case mai...

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Missionary Deputation. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

Missionary Deputation, j PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, BOWRA.L. The Rev. E. Crozier, of Goulburn, arrived in Bowrat.on Saturday, being the delegate appointed by Conference to conduct the missionary services in the Bowral.circuit. On Sunday Mr. Crozier preach ed morning and evening in the Boivral Primitive Methodist Churob. The evening service was very well attended. The proacher's stirring and thoughlj ful addresses were much appreoiated. Gn Monday Mr. Orozier .joined the Eev. A. W. Parcon at Bundanoon, where a most successful tea meeting .was held, followed by a public meeting. The minister,of the cirouit presided, and Rev. E. Crozier gave a..missionary address. Curing the evening tho church choir rendered tho anthem " He. Arose ;|" Mr. E. Shoults song "Consider the lilieB" and Mrs, 'W. -Nicholas contributed the Bolo "Too lute." The financial result w(i3 xo, .which is con sidered very.satisfactory. On Tuesday a picnic was organised' to "Fairy' Bower;" one of Bandanoon's loveliest spo...

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Methodist Union in Bowral Circuit. JOINT MEETING OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

. Methodist Union in Bowral Circuit. JOINT MEETING OF • THE CHURCHES. At .a joint meeting of the trustees of the two Methodist churches, .held in Bowral on 20th November, the previous -sugges tions made by the .quarterly meeting were :rescinded, and the following resolutions, as embodying the most efficient plan of Methodist-Union for the Bowral Circuit, : were passed and submitted for the ap proval of the Federal .Council;: — , ,That in view of tho low market valuation of tho Bowrnl Church properties iind the loss which would be entailed by ;an immediftto sale, we deoide to r« itA'm'an'iVnae ft>v tho prnaout, tho propartios of tho two cliurcht.fl in the following way : — .1 • 1.-Tho Wesleyan Methodist Ohuroh, Ben-. • dodley-Bt., for Sunday morning services only, . and .tho Pmmt;vo Mi tbodiBt Ohurch for Sunday ievonintr-Borvioea only. ' . 2. The V/of]cyan School Hal! to be -used -for the United Suud-y school. 8. The Wusleyau I'orsonpge to be;tho Miuia .ter'a -residence. 4. That-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

NO TARIFF, IT- MANCHESTER HOUSE, 33C -. In the Premises lately occupied by Mrs- S. . A. Jones we are showing a Better Assortment of Drapery to-day, than we liave ever previously Shown in BowraL In fact we have added £1000 worth of Drapery FJEiEE OF* DU1CY;, to our usual Large Stock, this brings us up to the pos-\ ition of being the leading Draper in the Berrima District. "WE CARRY the largest and best assorted stock,-the whole of which has been bought at • . y LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE '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 ;these Goods at the Price of First Consignment: Table Cloths at 3/9, large size, which are the Best Value, To-day, in AUSTRALIA, and worth a lot jmore than the price we ask. These are Bargains and can be recommended by the buyers of pre vious Consignment, we also-offer you exceptio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

Lord Kitolionor. in replying to .tlio Daily Mail, .says tliac the allegation of the British exposing '.women and ohildreu to the enemy's (iro was utterly .baseless. . , THE SANATORIUM UtOBERTSOIff. ; ,j. Hamilton, dun., Proprietor'. ■ ;Good Accommodation for Visitors. Evory Cor( vonience. Splendid Situation. Jlotel lighted with Acetylene Gas. Best Brands of Wines and spirits kept. ' 701 TH^ QREAT ^Freetrade. Sale IS OTTER ;ISTot withstanding- that, however, FREETRADE PRICES <\vill still remain on -all Groods in Stocls, xind. the v tariff -will not Tbe added ' aintil our ^tock has to be renewed. The Fre^ti*atle S»le Was ■a Great Success, and •numerous requests have fbeen received to continue it, "but as that cannot be, ■fvve will meet tlie desires ,of those who did not have an opportunity of {attending oitr sale as jfar as possible. Still the rule ,at SiU Bros., B OWR A L. Pianos For nearly Fifty Years Paling & Co.J8 . r 10s have given the greatest satisfaction ip ...

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