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

R03ERTS0P^ . We deeply regret to record the somewhat sudden death of Mrs. John JJavey, which took plaoo oji Thursday morning alter two day's illness from peritonitis.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Mr. Farrow in Crookwell. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Mr, Farrow in CropJk Tvell. 'I Where's the boss ? " was asked by a resident the other day as he entered; the: councij clerk's office, BowraK aad..missed the fo,miliar face o£-that genial officials '( He's in. Goulbmn," was the reply; '■ didn't you know, the council gave'him a holiday ? " The resident remembered. It was really to Crookwell- that. Mr. Farrowjourneyed, and.,he went as a dele gate from his own Bowral Lodge to at tend the annual session- of the Goulburn, district, lodges, Manchester Unity Odd-* fellows. ' ■ ' ' ' ■ The delegates and-visitors-were enter tained by the Crookwell lodge at a ban I quet on Thursday.night last, and a grand I time it was. Bro. Farrow proposed the: toast of. ";The Press."- ' ' '. The: session was renewed^ on Friday .morning, andyconcluded the same day. ... Appended are extracts, from the ad dress of the Brov. Gr^nd- -Master.Our financial condiiion: is i'n'a-;very flourishing; stale. ■ The increase in the. management! fund amounts to £.1-2 1.7/6^'...

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Church of England Garden Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Church of England Garden Fete. Owing to the very regrettable serioua illness of Mrs. WilkiuBon, the committee have unanimously decided to postpone the proposed Garden Fete to a future date, of which due notice'will.bG. given.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, January 18, 1902. Bong Bong Picnic Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

THE FREE PRESS. Published in Uowral, MiitaQong, and: Robertson. Saturday, January 18, 1902. JSoisgf Bong Picnic Race . ' Club. The annual, two days' racing under the auspices of the Bong Bong Picnic Raoe Club were commenced on the Club's race course, at Tlirosby" Park on Thursday last under the most favorable conditions, for ihe genial sunshine 'was' tempered by' a pleasant southerly breeze, and the sur - roundings, benefitted by the late rains, l'ool<ed bright and fresh..' The attendance was large, incliidinjj visitors from Sydney and all parts, of the Bowral district. Ariiong those who attended were noticed the State Deputy Lieutenant-Governor (Mr. Justice Owen), Hon. W. McCourt, . . Speaker of the State Legislative Assem bly, and Mr. ,M. ,:S'Ioretpu,'. M.L.A'.f and the gentler sex were present in.great num bers, their tasteful attire lending cblo.rand animation to rthe scene, while the Bowral; Association Bi ass Band, under the' con . ductorship of Mr. Gi 'E. Vincent,,...

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

■ v .. w.. The beat msdipine known is S.VSDtiU A SONS •K UCALYPTI EX CltA.O I', 'JVct it-, eminent powers "lul effects in coughs, ccldsi ihffui.-iYza, 'tlie- relief is instantaneous. In serious ctis'c.i!, and accidents ol pll hinds, be they wounds, burns, ncnldings, bruises sprains, it is the safest remedy—no swelling—nc inflammation. Li!ro surprising effects produced ir croup, dijtlheria. bronchitis, inflammation o£ lungs swelling, itc., tlinri'bajii, dysentery, diseases of kid ■Xicys and urinary oniiiiis, SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI liXrilACT is in use at hospitals anc medical blinies'art over the globs; patronised bj His Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medal* and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amster dam. Trust in this approved article and 'reject all pihers. ' ''

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A CHARGE OF CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

A CHARGE OF CATTLE STEALING. John William Norman and Henry Oliver Seho field were charged with'stealing at Bowral, on 7th ■November, one cnH, and on 10th Novombarone.cow, the property of'Samuel Hordern. A' Bgoond .'count charged tliem with receiving. Beits appeared for. Sehofield; who pleaded guilty, nnzl was' remanded' for sentence.. , Norman pleaded not guilty and was defended by Mr. J. 0. Gannon, instructed by Mr. H. A. Moss.. Aocu;sed challenged seven jurors,, and the crown ordered live to stand aside. Henry Oliver Sehofield, formerly caretaker nt Ret ford Pink, deposed that ho had no authority- to Bell cattle without a.written authority from, Mr.Hordern ; be had permission to sell .{at cattle to. Mr. Murray ; the .horses,, and cown on 'the estato were pedigree stock; in November-last accused was speaking; to witness about a filly he had bought from witness nb.;>ut twelve moritha ayo ; witness said he would like to buy it back; accused said lie would not sell, it, but would l...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

ITEMS OE INTEREST. Messrs Thomas Mooney, William Piatt, tjnd John Barry, employed at Loveridge and Hudson's quarry, narrowly escaped a serious necidelit on Tuesday last by being crushed under a large piece of rook ttoighing some 100 tons suddenly slipping away. We undorstnnd that about 32 tons of peas were dispatched from tho'Bowral railway station during the months o£ November and December last. The Piclou water supply is already caus iag great trouble. The local health officer pronounces it " unfit for human consump tion," aud likely to cause an epidemic of enteric fever, TLo council is taking steps in the matter. As showing how bush fires are started;, uews comas'from Albury that a raau aud woman" have been arrested for causing several bush fires whipli dida lot of damage. They lit the fires in spite because a poor woman living on a small farm refused them food. feathered and burnt by dissatisfied selectors near Broken Hill. Suppose you have no stamp handy. Yon may in. that case ...

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ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT AT BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

ALLEGED INDKCENT ASSAULT AT ISUNDA NOON. Arthur Chapman, a young man, wan charged with indecently assaulting Alice Elizabeth Tliomiw, a domestic at Bundanoon, on 2nd December last.. 1 Accascd pleaded not guilty, and was defended by. Mr. J. C. Gannon, instructed by Messrs' Galo and! Paine, Moss Vale.. In opening' tho ease tlio Crown Prosecutor eaid accused was night olliocr at Bundanoon railway sta tion... Alice Thomas, employed by Mr. Faitburn of Bundanoon, returned from Sydney on Monday night, Deo. 2 ; it was dark and raining heavily, and as her place was some distance away she asked ac cused if she could stay in the ladies' waiting-room ; he said', '.'Yes," nnd sho lay down and went to sleep on'thc couch ; she was awakened by feeling a hand, on her log; she recognised accused over her, ho kissed her and put his hand on her leg again and tried to oomriiit an assault; the prosecutrix resis ted and he tried to coax hor.; sho said, " no," and after a little struggle accused said ". I ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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FRID[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

riiio V. The vnens wore conliimnd ypstordny (Friday) Tlicrn was a cnnd.nMprKiniico, lia.l tile weather wcv rxircninlv hot. mid diisiy. -Tlio Assnnintion Bilrid ]>resfrit.. ThorftiiinK resulted.11° follow# : I'icnio llnw.-Mr A R Ofmlenux'n Milo 1,2-7 (Mr. Hii'dpnrv) ; Mr Fr A lilninfis'd's Gnbolion jt2-H (llr I5lnmlifld). dcHiI limit, divided ; the other BtnrliM' «ns Mr .T; F! do Mes'io's Tlio Suhftitute,. -i lijcli did- not. an nn-t ivs'. B'ttins : even m impv ciiihidirm. /i In -I mi Mil >.'10.to 1 .The Substiuite. l.iulv's Mill1.— Mr H T)..\[nrlon'K (Jhoir Girl 10*12 (Mr. iii' M->t,••) I : Id 1VM Osborne'* B.iilliniilshine 1.1*7 (Mr O b irii") 2 ; !>■' li FrnRcr's Dinmond 10 7 (Vr. Whit-) 8. 1$ liinj! : O.io^l nnjDInmon 1, 3 lo 1, tlio nlhei". ^ lu-linlm'*) r. u—Mr H Chiid'ohn'* Birmlo 12 (■Air IS'nm(li"!-'} I : MIIu-h ,'h Tlio F/iturc 10:5. (..Mr Shiniiini1) 2 : Mr IJ; W-t* ajw'ii • Convoy .10.7 (Mr j:!,id»< rj) .'! 15 I ii (,' ' in moy The Future, (!. l...

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

THUBSDAYV i The charge agninst James Patrick. Griffiths ol stealing at Bowral on July 1 one cow; the property of Samuel Hordern. and on November. 1 two c.nvs and a calf, the property of Samuel li.ir.lern, • was resumed; Henry Oliver Scholield.; had pleaded . guilty toithe ch.irge. M-. J. C, tr.iiinnn, inutructoJ by Mr. T.. Marshall, defended (iriifiths., Schofield - deposed that, ho ajld u Jersey cow ■ named Tilly to accused for CS/ .Sha w-is worth about 20 guineas. Ho gave accused an Ayrshire cow worth about 18 guinea?, and li Jersey heifer worth about 6 guineas, with a oalf, for .B7 10<. "He owod aoouse.i lhat amount for a Rim- A joined said he would take it out.in stock. All the animala bo.ro Hordern's brand. Another brand lii'l ciuiiB.Jjooii pu.t on Tilly'. There was a fresVbratid :oi> the. heifer. Accused told.witness ho hid. put another brand, on the cow. as he thought that was the safest.-. Witness told accused ha had no uitlionty to sell. Cross-examined by Mr. ...

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

WEDNESDAY. His Honor took his seat at 9 a.m. The charge againat John William Norman was continued. . r , Senior-Sergeant Thorndylco. recalled, deposed that he bad telegraphed to Mobb Vale for the slaughter notice ir,ora September to December last year, and he hod received notices for 12th, 19;th.,, ^Sth;'No:-1 verober ; the constable at Moss Vale said previous notices could not be found. Senior Constable Coates,, recalled, deposed that' he kept the back notices in the olHae at Moss Vale. Margaret Schofiold, wife of Henry Sahofiold, dp posed that on 29 :h November accused askeJ for her husband,and she told him he was atPicton; accused then said to tell liim that he wanted to see him very particularly, and that it was for his own good. Thomas Lewis Peato, olerk, employed by Samuel Hordern, deposed that the colt in, guestioa was worth £25. Samuel Hovdern, owner of Retford Parkj deposed that Sohofield's duties were to look after Retford Park; he had no authority to sell stock without pe...

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Bowral Superior Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

Bowral Superior Public ! School. Mr. J. McDowell,. late of the Bowra! , Superior Public School, has been appointed i assistant teacher at the Batlmrst Superior ' Public School; and. Mr. C. Gollau from : Paddingfcon takes his place here. , Miss Kuncie is on 'a month's leave of absqnce through sickness. Miss Clmrker takes charge of the Iufauts' department 1 during Miss Rtmoie's absence; and Miss j Harrison takes Miss Charker's place as i assistant for the timehein?. i An auctioneer does us he is bid, a post master as ho is directed.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Juvenile Cricket-playing on the Sabbath. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 18 January 1902

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Juvenile Cricket-playing on the Sabbath. Sir,—I desire to bring under your notice the fact that while returning from cbnrcb on Sunday morning, I saw about six boys of tender ago playing cricket in a paddock opposite the gas works. It is a pity that the parents or guardians of same have not ; bettor oontrol over them, instead of allow ing them to openly, violate the law arid desecrate the fctabbatb. Will the-police kindly'attcud to the matter, and oblige? One wno is Disgueted.

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

MITTAGONG. The town is full of visitors       We heartily congratulate Miss Emily Murphy,   daughter of Mrs. J. C. E. Murphy, of this town, upon her scholastic success while a pupil in the Hurlstone Training College, from which she has just received an appointment as temporary assistant in the Girls' Department at the Kogarah Public School, where her duties commenced last Monday.

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TRACKING CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

TRACKING CRIMINALS. " It is very difficult, indeed," said a Scot land-yard officer " to recognise a man from a mere description of him. Tlio few particu lars given as to height, build, complexion, and colour of hair one finds apply to very many people, and to identify ono's man by them is no easy matter. Of course, ovcry olfurt is made to sccuro a photograph of tho party ' wauted,' but, if such cannot bo ob tained, one haB to proceed very cautiously before laying a liand on anyone as ' wanted.' I was engaged some tiuio back to arrest a follow wanted for tho theft of a consider able sum of money from a bank in tho pro vinces. It was thought that tho thief would make for London. No photograph could bo obtained, and a somewhat rough description of the young fellow having been sent to mo I had to proceed upon it as well as I could. After a long look-out I one day met a party , who agreed with the particulars given. I followed him to see if I could obtain any con firmation of my suspicio...

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COSTLY BO[?]QUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

COSTLY BOUQUETS. I You must understand, said a well-known Wcst-enil florist to a journalist who found himself in his delightful privato office;, that wo only do business with aristocratic customers. \Vo would never think of making up a small button-hole for leas than Is. 6d,; and if a client wants an unusually fine and largo" ono, wo cliargo him from 3s. 6d. to Ss. for it. Soino bouquets are very expensive. An heir to an earldom called in the* other day, and ordered ono which coBt £10 10a. It *vos composed of poinsetUas and lilies. The former (lowers cost 18s. a dozen, and six dozon wero UBod. They wcro so elolicato that tho von in which thoy were fetched from the nursery had to bo warmed. I had only an actual profit of a guinea and a half on this transaction. Some Woat-end florists would have charged £1212s. for the samo bouquet. If I sent an ordinary ten-guinea bouquet it would' bo about feet in diameter, and 10£ feet in circumference. I sent a very pretty bouquet to a young clubm...

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HOW FAST BABIES GROW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

HOW FAST BABIES GROW. An infant should double its weight in six months, and treblo it in a year, provided it is a healthy child and its nutrition is in every way satisfactory. If a child does not increase at the rate of one pound a'month during the firBt year of life,and twelve ounces a month during the year, its nutrition is not satisfactory. If a child does not grow nearly three-quarters of an inch every month during tlie.firtst year of life,and half an inch a month touring the second year of life, it is not satisfactory. The latter is, of course, not of the same importance t as the former. If children grow very much faster it may arise from over-feeding. *- Did Ho Do It ?—Mother (sternly) : Kitty, didn't Charlie Lee try to kiss you last night at the front door ? Daughter (blushing) : Not very hard, mamma. Stella : Just look at Miss DeBplaine and Mr. BaUly over there ! Miss Potter: Yes, a romance of the middle ages, so to speak. *

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LORD HAWKE AND THE PROFESSIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

LORD HAWKE AND THE PRO FESSIONAL. A good Btory is told of Lord Hawke, the cricketer. When playing at Sheffield one day lie invited a' well-known and higlily respectod " professional " to take lunch with him in the gentlemen's pavilion. One of Lord Hawke's colleagues thought it neces sary to object to the prescnee of a profes sional player at the table. " Then, sir," Baid his lordship, turning to his friend, " since I cannot entertain you here, perhaps I may have the pleasure of lunching with you." And with these words Lord Hawke proceeded to the players' meal in theii pavilion.

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PRESERVATION OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

PRESERVATION OF ECGS. A Now York olectrician lias devised a scheme for tho indefinite preservation of eggs. If tho olectrician's scheme proves to be a success, eggs can be preserved for an indefinite period in as eatable condition aa when first laid. Tho treatment proposed involves the placing of tho eggs in a vacuum chambor. It is a well-known fact that tho shell is not absolutely air-tiglit, and there is always more or less air inBidc tho outer covering, which hastens its decay. Putting them in tho vacuum chamber will have the effect of drawing tho air from tho interior. They will then bo painted with a composi tion which will render tho sholls air tight. After this they will bo packed in barrels of water, and an electric current will bo intro duced sufficient in srength to destroy any germ lifo which may be present. If the scheme is successful, it will mean a revolu tion in tho price of eggs in tho winter.

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TO MAKE MARRIAGE A SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 22 January 1902

TO MAKE MARRIAGE A SUCCESS. I By observing aa closely as possible the fol lowing " lets " the number of homes " to lot " will be materially decreased :— Let each allQw tho other to knove some thing. Let each consult tho other's feelings. Let each realise the fact that tliey are one. Let tho husband frcqiiont his home, not, tho club. LethiB having " to see a mnn " wait till next day.' Let his latch key gather unto itself rust from disuse. Lot him speak to his wife, not yell " Say 1" at her. Let him bo as courteous after marriago as before ; let him confide in his wife, their interests are oqual ; let him assist her in beautifying the home ; let him appreciate hers as hiB partner. Let her not worry him with petty troubles; let her not narrate Mrs. Next Door'B goBsip; let her not fret because Mrs. Neighbour has a sealskin; let her make homo moro pleasant than tho club; let her dress as tastefully for him as for strangers ; let her sympathise with him in business cares ; let her home me...

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