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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, January 25, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

777/? FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, January 25, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Barton was 53 years of age. last Saturday. • Counterfeit coins are in circulation. A cricket match will be played-this afternoon between the Surveyor's Camp and a team representing the Gib Quarries, the latter's side to be chosen from" the fol lowing Messrs T. and A. Loveridge, Bannon, Brett, Mathewson, Home,. Dun can, Hooper, Marks, Cooper, Stubbs, Purnell, Bishop, Clayton, Gardiner, Rutherfoird, Workman, Stone, Geleghtly.. The. cricket match which was to, have been played last Wednesday afternoon between the Friendly Societies of Bowral and Mittagong has been postponed inde finitely. The Bowral Amateur Orchestral So ciety have decided on giving an enter tainment in the School of Arts on or about the 5th of March next, half the nett pro ceeds going to the hospital, and half to the society. . The wedding ceremony of Adjutant . Charley Bensley and Captain Clarke will ta...

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Forthcoming Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

V: / .. ' ; Forthcoaning Municipal Election. For many years past Bowral has net experienced a well-contested municipal election, but we are promised a spirited contest for the Glebe Ward. A strong committee Has been formed to for ward the candidature of Mr.. Oxley, who by effluxion of time has again to seek the suffrages of the electors. The desire to oppose him is also being organised, and. canvassers are" out and; about getting promises of support for Mr. . Alfred Stephent, who- it , will be re collected resigned his seat on the council immediately after the first sitting for the present year. We have not heard as yet of any contest in Merilbah Ward, for'which Mr. Murray, the past'represen tative, seeks re-election ; nor for Oxley Ward, which has been so worthily repre sented by Alderman Christie.

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MITTAGONG. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

JUITTAGONG. MUNICIPAL. COUNCIL. The usual fortnighly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evening. Present: Aid. Mealing, Leighton^ Moses, Westbury, Merrifield, Groube, and Par kinson. Correspondence. From M. Christison," resigning posi tion as charwoman, owing to her leaving the district.—Resignation accepted, and applications to be called. A, letter was read from, the Council Clerk, Bowral, with, reference to cutting down of Qib. Hill. This, letter had pre viously been considered, and a deputation consisting of Aid, Leighton, Mealing, and Westbury was appointed to \yait on the Minister for Works. Reports. The Council Clerk reported- that the following amounts had been received :— General rates £\6 7/1 r, lighting rates £5 8/3,. N.P. rates ^4 0/7. i The Finance Committee recommended accounts amounting to.,£*28 8/11 for pay ment. . .. - The Works, Committee reported that the pipe drain leading from, the silt-pit in Alfred lane intended for' carrying oft storm water, is at pres...

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Bowral Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

KowraS 'Industry. '"Mr. W. Sou'thall,coachbuilder, Bowral, has just completed a beautifully-finished buggy to the order of Mr. A. Mclrines, Roslyn, near Gotilhurn. The vehicle is built on the corning principle, and has many improvements worthy of note. It has long-distance, ;_self-lubricating axles, the springs are hung on equalising bars, while the pole is mounted with Bradley's patent' coupling, being a great improver ment on the old style. The brake is also splendidly fitted, and will remain ~ back without the use of a strap. The lock stop is on the roller-principle. - The boad is an improved canopy bow, and'the trap is trimmed throughout wit buffalo leather. The body of the.veh'icle is finished with jet black, while the gear is of dark Ver million striped with black. The buggy is elaborately finished, and on the whole a highly-creditable turn-out for Bowral.

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Letter of Condolence. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

Letter of Condolence-. : It was decided to..forward, a letter of condolence to Mr.- -W". Nicholls and family. » i Some time ago- the- Mittagong Council opened communicationiwith the, Railway Commissioners'withregard to the remov al of tlie posts- supporting -the; verandah on the platform,. also an awning . outside the Station premises, to he used as a shel ter by persons waiting for trains. On Monday morning last, the council met the commissioners at the-. station, and. they promised to-erect an awning 30ft. long by 10ft. wide, ;^nd also to remove the posts at a future date. ,

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Happy Bowral 1 Profound calm prevails while the era ofmunicipal re-elections ap proaches. No flaring posters moet the eye at every turn, 110 tiuging oratory of conten tious candidates dcafeus the ear with tljo roverberation of- empty platitudes from hotel balconies, (or the ratepayers rest peacefully content with their littlo municipal world as it is. * * * . Happy Bowral has perfect trust in its aldermen who have attended assiduously I during the year that is past the meetings of the council, and have administered tho affairs o'f tho borough to the approval of tho ratepayers. President Liucoln used to ob serve—" Don't swop horses when crossing a Btrenm." This wiso adage with "Let well alone " ivre two good old sayings brim full: of common sense, and have therefore commended themselves to tho intelligence of the community. ■V* Happy ia the town that overflows with common sense, aud in giving no encourage ment to overweening ambition or scope to natural contentiou...

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W. C. T. U. AN OBJECT LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

; W. C. T. U. AN OBJECT LESSON. ,There is a town in Queensland thnfc 3wi| by •ilio application of the Local' Option act dnr ^ii|» the' pa^fc fifteen or sixteen' years kept nil hotels and shanties outside of its borders, .n lins gmwu tuH extended itself from its commencement tili the present day without, .a single pnb'io house. .Sever. 1 'times' aU tempta have been made to < hurorinco the liquor trade, and to open a grog store, but In every initanco the' clau°e of the act, ■" that no new licences shall be Rranted," Las been carried by a honsiiferab'e majority of votes, and the afc'Oinpt frustrated. Last week there was another contest- over(ha question, a poll was demanded, and greilt efforts wero made to rescind the previous decisions, and mako it possible to obtain a licence for a publican ; but the victory for those who aim to keep the township froo from, the social curse of intoxicatiug-liquors 'was more pronounced than ever. At each of the four polling places there was...

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Original Poetry. SERVE HIM IN THE MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

•. Original Poetry. berve nnr in the morning. I rose at morn but could not sing a ,3ong, . All day 1 scorned oppressed by many a care; ■' ' ■ ■ - • I missed tho peace which cometh from ■ ' above, And failed that day nay load with Christ to share. ' I met a friond at noon who comfort sought, For pressing sore indce.l was'aorrow'a chain' ' • A- bud by God entrusted for a.whiln— Had been recalled and taken home again. V/rnpped up.in selfish .thought, that day I • failed ' v ' . ' To speak kind words or shed a ray of ■ lights Aorows ray brother's pathway clouded o'er, Awl by- the hand of death made darli as ' ' night. ' ' ' r ' ' .When(.upon my'couoh that night I shun-' '•!I bored, % ' Methouglit my Saviour sadly gazed on "'''. me ; 'r ' His quiet'pleading.lookl dared not meet, But shrank in trembling fear and misery. . As my Saviour's voice in fanoy reached mo, The beauty of the vision dimmed my sight ; U»to mo he said—" Olnld art thou ready, : 'By thy "deeds to oome with' Me this nigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

X Good Reputation, " Tba way to gain a good reputation is to endea vour to be what yon desire to appear.'' That is precisely the manner in which Chamberlain's Couf-'h remedy has gained its reputation as a-cure for .eniwhp, colds, croup, and whnopiug cough. Every lints Is tliiii'lmfi cer b«?it r>m. out hv the manufac !•>!. • V.' ».*«••• 'hi"U H'nn l«rd of .1,1 ' riiHt it -•!,/ •. • ■■ Jiu luiief uml cure ui u.iiuciu^ u..,. .11.. it IB pleasant and safe to take. For sale by D. Morgan^Cheuiisl, Bowral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

ROYAL SHOW, SYDNEY. 26th MARCH to 3rd APRIL, 1902. £3,500 in Prizes. PRIZE SCHEJ?VLES( ENTRY FORMS, nntl all particulars may lie had on application to -•BYWEBSTER, Secretary, ! iJunter-Btrdet, Sydney. N.B.—Wino Entries qlosb 14lh February. 1111 [Established 5 Yeaiis.] PLAIIV & DECORATIVE .PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS, &c. WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for Work in any part o£ the ■ District. , ' ' Only Skilled Tradesmen employed. .Letters promptly attended to. . "23(5 wriglitiiig. BEG to inform tho residents of liobertson, Knn gnloon, and suiroundinn distriot that they hav pmchiiRod tho Qenaral Ulacksruith and Wheelwright Jiusinofls lately.carried on by Mr. Nugent at Bobort son, and liopo by strict attention to business, com., billed with good workmanship and moderate' char, es, 10 merit ti fair sharoof public patronogo. 790 Haa removed to MOKE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES next.to HILLBttpS. . Conch Tiuilding and Horse Shooing carried out in best style. IN LESS THAN S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

Is absolutely GUABANTEED to all who usc__— tT stops the HAIR from FALLING ami OOING- .CUilCV DON'T LOOK OLD llRKOltK^YOl.Ml TlMfc CAIMLLA IS u llAlitniUftSING for Ml 1'KOl'LK o! 11KI**INKMKK'C t|( i>ioilnc»s a SILKY ; ' ...WJFTNiiilH th:H. YOUTH HdPif UANN«>T KXC'ilL !»•.»' 'i'l'V IT stu-yi KJv W.X vwcsji) comi vms no on. 01 m u;iu • . ' Ot'S INwUliDlKNVj^., OUiUHalite Kl uir Chemiffj :w»l Slor'rucPpiTa, ut f»y post ti'&m lb® I'rojuioiw. * . v W. 8I(I$S. isjxpi .tai S*i ii - - for 3/2 .Tak«f No Suhslituttf" SEEDS, nil ltimln; FRUIT TREES ; SHRUBS* RKST anrl CHEAPEST in stock. 40 PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID, 10s. ■' - A. LANSDOWNE & CO., 11 !. Gonlbnrn. p DOME A1\T ❖ ,Ua* TIME $ AMD ❖ DOME ❖ RIGHT Orders for J\ a.nY A> "/description of V* /J PRINTING lY Jt left at the / 'Free Press"\ J Office, V , / Bovvral. \ j Wm. beer; ' Proprietor. MR. W. N. WIIiCiIS, M.L.A., has eommnnood ■business' at 2o Blish-slrcet, .Sydney, as LAND,.FINANCIAL, and MINING AGENT. Few men have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

The Rest Liniment fov Strains. Mr. F. H. Wells, the - tnovchaut at Deer Park, Long Island, N.Y..U.S.A., says : "I always recommend Chamberlain's Pain Bulm as the best liniment for strains. I used it lust winter for a severe lameness in the eide, resulting from a strain,, and was ■greatly pleased with tlio qtiiuk relfof."'ancl cure it effected." For sale by I):, Morgan,' Glicmist,-^pwraU

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

BOYVBAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Meets every aUernata Thursday, at tlie Council Chambers,at 7>SO'p.iti. --1 Cleric's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m.: Fridays,- 3 tci 5 p.m. . ■ •, • '• ' -v : Aldermnn J. M. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Farrow, cuuneil olorlt.

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R. C. Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

K.. C. Sazaar. It is estimate! that the nctt procre la from the bnzanr, Jiel-l the concluding four rtavs uf last week in connection with St. Tliomnn!H B. C. Church, lJowral, will pxfneil £100. Tho result is hinhly mtipfactnry, anrl spealm well for tho liberality of tho folk in (Ill's part. The Rnv Father Sheridan, in glowing le m», thonlccd tho still-holders for th lr in lefiitiHimble effmta.on behnlf of the I'aninr. lliu m isicnl programme encli evonina was miuh appro o filed,' and thesploivlid manner in which the child rjn went tluoush . their parts reflects c nsiderable o-edit on thuir inslructresfv M'irs Him;. ' The art ii-iinn has boon postponed till b't. Patrick's Day, Marjh 17. It is rej orted that the aliermani/fa ti ers of Bowral and Mittagong will : at • an early, date try conclusions in a cricket match. " It's a Well-Assorted Match " • is the exclamation of overy loynl Englishman in speaking of tho recent marringe of Piince George of Wales and Princess May. TJjat the happ...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. Septungesima Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

SEll VIC K S T 0 • M 0 n li O \V. Church of England. Sfl. 8IM0M AND JUIIR, 11'lWIIAL. SpntunL'cdinm Sunditv. . Divine Services -8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m and 7.30 p.tn Preacher, lie v. Norman Jenkyn, B.A. BT. BTKI'IIB.n's, JIITTAOONQ. Services 11 and 7,30 Treacher, Bev. D. llutlcdgc. ■ ' wiNOECAitmnnEK. Burrawang 11. Up. Mittogong 3, Kangaloon 7.30 "Rev. D, T. Smith, Methodist Church. Bowrai, Bendooley-street, Ruv. It. A. Corner 11 Bong Bong-sliqot, Rev. M. Maddetn 7.30 Mittogong, ]\Ir. J. Davis 11, ltev. K. A, Corner 7,30 Mobs Valo, Mr, 13. Short IX Bundanoon, Bev. A, \V. Paiton 11 and 7.30 Penrose, Rev, A. \V. Parton 3 Balmoral, llov. M. Maddcm 11 Colo Vale, ltev. M. Maddern 3,30 Presbyterian Church. Mittagong, 11 Bowrai, b;80 and 7.30 Rev. G. A. Gordon. Roman Catholio Church. Mittagong 9, Bowrai 11 ■ Ecv. Pr. Slioridan Salvation Army. Barracks, Oddfollows' Hall, Bowrai, 7 and 11 a.m. 3 and 7 p m. 13naign Isabel DuiToll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

I^OR AGISTMENT, firal-class paddock opposite* Mr. Royle's, plonty ot f-rnau anil water : 1/ per week for liorson, (1.1 for cows. ROBX. CUM MINS, Gladstone Park, Bowral. 112G GRIFFITHS B1'OS." TEA ( V/lis for quality, flavor nnd value. All buHiieits for district punctually attended to.by writing or wailing'on S. 3 MoBAllON, local representative,. Boolwey-utreot, Bowral. 1085 LOST, between Hill BrotlicrH nnd tlia Oliurch ot England, GOLD ISROOCII. sot with n ruby an.I two pearls.. Reward at UILL BROS., Bowral. 1131 I' OST, 1 Silver plated IUJCGY LAMP SOCKET J between Mors Valo and Bowral. lender-re-, warded office of tbis paper.. ' 1132 T70R'SATjE, Bay MAIIE, 1J.2, 5 yoar old, sound,, Jt? quiet to rido'or driva. Also, double-seated BUGGY, on. account of/owner leaving district. For full partioulnrs apply E. BRAZIER* Bowral.. 11.36,• , ■■ v ■ ■ ' . METHODIST CHURCH,. BOWRAL. OPEN AIR TEA MEETING! To celebrate MetbodiBt Union, in Mrs. Oxley's Paddock,, ON ANNIVERSARY DAY,. MONDAY - NEXT,...

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Draughts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

,_ At tlin Boiyrnl School " of Arts this evening the final of ilw Ifcjrrhna distriot draughts touriinmoot . will bo pluyoii bolwuan tha winners in tJie Howral and llnhorlon Park divisions, Knngaloon and Uur r uvunj! not having joined in, Tho players will.Vie : swior : 13. anil W. J. Smith (tiovvml;, D. Midilon Oil J.'MoRao (liolicrtmi Pink) ; junior : ({. imd 0. Piper (Bnwral), J. Mcl'onnM mid O. SI«Rse (Bob orton Park). Piny commrtncas at 7.30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

IT'OR SALE.—CalioRraph Typewriter, ohenp.nml . in splendid order. Apply—A, W. BEER, Free l'ress, Bowral. I70R SAIiE.—Two young C'JWS in full milk, . very quiot. Aluo one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, nnd one CHILD'S PONY, very quiet. AIbo light double-Heated BUGGY and HARNESS. Apply J. W. NOllMA'N, Butchor, Bowral, ■ » For Private Sale, or To Let for a Term. . "ANNERLEY," largo Cottage Residence with cverv convenience nnd 100 acrcs ot land, now occu pied by G. J, Koyla Esq. Pcitijesaion in April nest. " IIISISIjOTU/' »l«o CulLfi-ju Residence with, "every convenience for n luru" family. To view by arraimoinent with the proprietor, -HENRY IS. .. JONIilj, "IluiiHalh,"Bowiii'. JJ2J JSridge. School and Kindor-Gavfcea. "ORIVATHI I'UPILS reeejve.l , for Continental JL French', Musiu, and Drawing. . . Tho younger pupils uru taught by I'Yoebiiln System, ,jand eun enter from 3 years of ugo. Mimic ami Krone!) Lessons rasumad January 13th. Bohoolre-opens January 20.. ■ Principal, MISS COLVrN-CLAltK. ...

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

KANGALOON, By " Spero Mkliora." Tbe Anniversary Service in connection witb the local Suuday School was held in the Wesleyan Ohnrch on Suuday afternoon last. The church was very nicely decorated for the occasion and. appropriate mottoes were placed round the churoh. Several choruses were sung by,the children, and the: anthems " Tbe Children's Day," aDd " Father, 0 Father," were very nioely Bung by the choir. Addresses were delivered by both tbe Rev. F. J. and Mrs. Branch, after which the F. J. Brnach distributed the prizes to tbe children. The service then closed with the pronouncing of the bene diction. A very successful social and dance was held in the West ICangaloon Hall on Tues day night last (21st instant) in aid- of the Rangaloon Cricket Club, about 25 couples attending and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Messrs, A. Piper and S. Gupitt were for the occasion. The music was supplied by Mes^r?. J.. Walm lay and H. Piper (Concertina), and J. Madden (violin). The weather for tb...

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FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 25 January 1902

FUNERAL. • The funeral of: the late Mr. Edward Nichols, who met. with the terrible rail way accident on : Monday night, took, plrce on Wednesday afternoon. Prior to starting for the cemetery, a short ser vice was held in the Roman Catholic Church. The cortege was then formed, the hearse being: preceded by about 30 members of the Oddfellows' Lodge, and followed by a very large number of bug gies and horsemen. :In . fact the funeral was the largest seen in Mittagong for a long time. The Rev. . Father Sheridan officiated at the grave, the remains being interred in the Roman Catholic cemetery at Lower Mittagong. A great many wreaths and crosses were received from sympathising friends. The deceased had been a great favourite with his i com panions, and the news of his sudden - and awful death cast a gloom over the whole town, and expressions of sorrow and sj'm pathy with the bereaved family were heard on every side. . . .. . ..

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