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A QUEER NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 January 1902

A QUEER NURSERY. Just now is nn excellent time to visit the Insect Nursery nt tlie Zoo, for Home very beautiful specimens of butterflies and moths are being ushered into tlio world from the chrysalis state. Very beautiful creatures nro some moth caterpillars. When full grown they measure four indies in length, and are often covered with tubercles and tufts of hair. They aro provided with four fleshy pro-legs and four true legs, which latter arc seen in the moth, while tlio pro-legs disappear. Tho largest of all moths, tho magnificent Atlas, measuring twelve inches across, is bred in tho Insec tariuin, as is the beautiful-tailed moon moth, which comes from Sierra Leone. It has been reared in the Zoo on several occasions, and Mr. Thompson, tho head keeper, assures ono that it has tho habit of feigning death if touched. Tho Argus moth was at ono timo considered very rare, only one or two speci mens being known in collections, but now the Zoo nursery can show it to you alive. Tho Goliat...

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A CRASSHOPPER WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 January 1902

A CRASSHOPPER WAGER. | Jolin Mackay, tho mining'millionnire, Ii.ib in his employ at Carson, Nevada, tin expert named Mnurico Hoeflieh, \*ti'o nlwnyR olFcrs to bnck Ilia opinion by belting. Thin annoys Mackay, who docs not like to bo disputed, and is further fretted by tho fact that 11 oo flich usually proves to bo in the right. Ono day Hoeflieh was playing with an onormoua grasshopper. It could jump ovor twenty feet, and ho said: " I'll ped you fifty dollarB, Mr, Mackay, dot you enn't find a hopper to peat him." Mackay sent a trusted emissary down to Carson Valley to scoure a contestant. Tho man spent nearly a week catching hoppers, and reported that tho beet gait any of them made was seventeen feet. He doubted if a bigger jumper could bo found anywhere. The next day ho arrived with about a dozen hoppers, and Mackay gave thorn quarters in his rooms as Vandorbilt would stable his Btud. Each had a cigar box to himself, and every morning tlioy wcro taken out and put through their paces...

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ON THE WASHING OF FLANNELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 January 1902

DN THE WASHINC OF FLANNELS. Tlioro aro few things more annoying to sven phenomenally patient mortals than the discovery that their flannels aro growing beautifully Ichb with each successive visit to the laundry. Many housekeepers, otherwise experienced and careful, have very vague ideas as to what is going on in tho laundry, or as to tho necessity of varying proccBses for tho cleansing of different fabrics. Perhaps, then, a little conference together on the texture and unrcgenerate tendencies of woollcnB may show the reasons for certain rules that should always bo observed in tho washing of (InnnolB if you would have them keep their original colour, size, and softness. If you should cxamino the fibro of wool through a microscope, you would discover a series of tiny irregular shoaths with serrated edges all running in the same direction. With tho application of heat these micro scopic sheaths expand and reach over ono another; but with au oxposuro to a lower change of tcmperaturo the...

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QUAINT BUT COMPLICATED [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 January 1902

QUAINT BUT COMPLICATED: Many copies of what wo would now term riddle books are found in both the French and English collections of old manuscripts, and some were printed at an early period. The following was copied from one called " Demand Joyous," which may be amusing. It was printed in English by Wynkyn de Worde, in the year 1511. Question: What is the ago of a field mouse? Answer: A year, and the age of a hedgehog is three times that of a mouse, and the life of a dog is three times that of a hedgehog, and the life of a horse is three'times that of a dog, and the life of a man is three times that of a horse, and the life of a goose is tlirco timos that of a man, and the life of a swan is three times that of a goose, and the life of a swallow is three times that of a swan, and the lifo of an eagle three times ,that of a Bwallow, and the life of a serpent three times that of an eagle, and the life of raven three times that of a serpent, and the life of a hart is three times that of ...

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HITS AND BITS. QUESTIONS TO A FRETFUL WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 January 1902

HITS AND BITS. QUESTIONS TO A FRUTF UL WIFK. " Hester! oxclaimcd Aunt Susan, cranny lior rockingand knitting, unci sitting upright, " do you know whnt your liusband will do when you aro dead ?" " What do you mean ?" was the startled reply. " Ho will marry the sweetest-tempered girl ho can find." " Oh, auntio I" Hester began. " Don't interrupt mo until I liavo finished," said Aunt SiiBan, loaning back and taking her knitting. " Slio may not bo as good a housekeeper as you are—in fact, I think not; but sho will bo good-natured." " Why, mintio—" " That isn't all,-" composedly continued Aunt Susan. " To-day your husband was halfway across the kitchen floor bringing you the first ripo fruit, and all you did was to look on and say, ' Thore, Will, just bco your footmarks on illy olcan Hour; I won't havo my floors dirtied.' Some mon would liavo thrown tho. fruit out of tho window. To-day you screwed up your face whon ho IriBscd you becauso his moustache was damp, and said, ' I never want yo...

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Comparisons of Revenue and Expenditure 1900-1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Comparisons; of Revenue an,d Expenditure 1.900.-1901:.; > V . 1900. 1001. Revenue.— • JC s (1. ■ £• a. d : * Actual Rovenuo .. ' 81!) 8. 1 868 3 1 Subscriptions .. Patients'-Payments 101 11 10. • 78 13 0. 107 3 6. . 157 ■I 0 l . Government Grant: . .. tiy 19 10 Government Subsidy-.. 317. 9" 5 an 10 5. Interest. .. .. - 12 0 0 • '•■10 2 C ; JSntcrtainmontB, FotDB, Sports, &o., .. 809: 1. 4 195 2 3. Expenditure.— Actual,Expenditure. .. 032 " 9 3: 78) 15 5; Medical Oflicors .. 133 13 O' ' 90 0 0.. Salaries and Wnges .. 162 5 3 182 8 1 Proviaiona .. 119 19. 7' 17!) 10 1 Repairs and Improvements 53 5 2 lj(18 14 0 Honorariums. .. ..... ' 6 5 0 IS 15 0 Medical Inatrumpnta .. 4 10 ti; .'ill 5 11 Drugs ' 34- O il 47 14 9 Furnitara .. ..... 7. 9 11. . 23 1 0 H. E, WIOK1IAM, non. 'Jroaa.

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HON. TREASURER'R REPORT, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

HON. TREASURER'S REPORT, 1901. From tho accompanying Balanco Sheot it will bo noted that tho finances of tho Hospital lire in a Bound condition. During tho year . 1901, tho actual rovo nuo cxoeoded the expenditure by a aum of £73 7s 8d.,-.This waa also tho case during 1000, and it only this satisfactory condition of things continues it will enablo tho Committee from time to lime to add to the amount at fixed deposit,, which by the way has been reduoed year by year on acoount of the expenditure exceeding the revenue. Tho total oroflit at tho Bank on 31st December, 1901 (in cluding the £500 at fixed deposit), was £7-17 10/4, as compared With £685 2/2 in 1900. It is earnestly hoped that the satisfactory position of the finances will in no way tend to a relaxation of effort on the part of thoso who have loyally worked for tho Hospital during the year just closed. It should bo remembered that although tho credit balanoe may scorn large, the demands upon the insti tution are yearly inorea...

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. DURING (ha past year tlio admission of patients has been 126. The figures within brackets give that of preceding years[1900,118.] [1899, 115.} The Committee gratefully acknowledges the .following spe oial contributions and desires to oxpress its indebtedness for the increased general interest manifested in the w.ell-being of tlio District Hospital' £ 8 d In February:—Mr. T. Turner's Entertainment .... 5 0 0 i Proceeds of Summer School,Bowral.. .. 10. 0 ,0 I Bowral Eistedfodd .. ... .. 21''13: 8. In March : —Concert and Hospital Box, Bundanoon , 1 0 0 Half proceeds Mr. Bigney's Riding Gallery.. 2 10 0 United Commonwealth Sorvico, Moss Vale... 7, 0 10 In MoySpecial United Service, Bowral.. ... 8 10 0 In October:—United District Friendly Societies': [. Demonstration,, Bowral .... .. 100 0,.:0 Donors of flowers, fruit, magazinos, eto., have been llianked month by month. At all times these lesser gifts have proved most acceptable.. In commemoration of the visit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

¥ 2£i J t i in ftf UmJ a i u | -,t.!3tfS3iirrS f£l. You want to. know all about f " T|t PALING 1 S VICTOR PIANO.S . ■ p£ They contain every <inirr. prcvement of value. r- *>,. ■They-ays speoia-lly built- - | y' to our order for all § | climates. . ; They are made of the- r ""V* very bast material by ^ | skilled mechanics.. , . p| Extended iron" frames/ ■i'ucxsrJ|' ex-cepti ona] ly strong. , v Cased in figured T/alnut, : | elegant in design. > III 1 he BEST VALUE of any N^yv-f Piano in the market at. the Pr i c e .. ■, | Call or send for- %J | CATALOGUES FREE. Ur«J ' EASY-TERMS;, r—*—* JJ % PALING & CO., Ltd. 338 George Street, SYDNEY; ;i | I S®"™ There's nothing can equal ale brewed. SSf from the root of the Uandolton. Embodies tbo good qualities, of Tea. or Beer without injury to the Nervous System, and doos not Intoxioato. xx: AND XXX Has all the Braqlngr Power, Color, Clearness, , ^ _ Head, &c.» of the Boet Britloh Boor. It's a Tonic, Jl's an Appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Tlio Bowml Association will bo roprnsnnv .tod by tlio following in a orioltdt naatuh to, •be played on the Globo wiukot, commencing nt 2 o'clock tliis aftevuo.on Mossrs h.. MiHnr, P. and 0. Oopn, J., Hnggett,. Ii., E., and 0. Jones, L. Comer, \V. Grtfliths, A.. W. Partou, F. Sbeil, II, Poole, and W.. Savell. The Same o|il Story. J. A. Kelly relates on experience similar to that which lias happened in nlinost every neighbourhood in Iho United States and tins becin told find re-told by thousp.nda of oLhera. " Last summer I had . qn. nt tack of dysentery and purchased a bottle nt Cjir.m berlain'n Colic,' Cholera and Dianhoeft Remedy Whioh I used according to directions and with on-, tiroly butiBfnctory v<;kii1ih. The trouble was control led much ijuieknr than (orinvr tituvcks when I used othor reined u>-." Mr. Kelly is a wcll-lcngwn citizen o£ Henderson, N.C.,U.S.A. For S:ilu by D. Morgan 'Chemist. Bowral. HAIR TONIC, stops the HAIR from falmng ami *18 going orucv don t l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

'Rheumatism Two Bottles Make a Complete Cure. Porhaps your rhoumatism is not bad enough to conflno you to tho bed; yot your muaclps and bones aolio. every time a storm approaches, making you generally raisorablo. Wo can bring you positivo and prompt relief. Mrs. Isabolla Mcnziea, of Gisborno, Now Zealand, sends this letter and her photograph:/' " X took a hard cold which resulted in a novoro attack of rheumatism. I tried all kinds ■of remedies without relief. Then I tried AVER'S I was not disappointed, for after talcing only two hottleii tho rheumatism all loft mo and X . was cured. 1 want to do everything I can to iua.ke known what a wonderful niudicino your Barsapavilla, is for those Buffering tlie sovero pains of rheumatism." To make a quick euro, tako Ayor's rills with the Sarcaiiarilla. They mako tno liver activc, euro biliousness and constipation. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Muss., U. S. A. 3 : g$ ft .« •i.TO nSlil «t il Mil ' • -■ / ISflUlOfll OMLLEiiOE.. fIII 11 ...

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Cricket. MITTAGONG v. BOWRAL FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Cricket. MITTAGbNG v. UOWllAL FBIENDLY SOCllSTIBS. A very oxcitins Rime of cricket wits played on tlio Glebo wiclti't on Welncsday afternoon lust be tween tnmns picked from the delegates of l!ic How ral and Mittagnni? Friendly Sncietieswho took, part in the (ate Hospital Demonstrations. Tlio visitors rolled lip in full nlrcimlh. while IJiwral had to put up with a.fi'W pick-up*. Tlio M t'a>inni? te.itn* de fended the wick-ls fir<t. ami jiut up ihe ro illy d'.cent scoroofSl. Con-fidoiinn their !ae'< of rr iciice. thii is cpnsidevuJ a goul score. In lie , w tli n littlo morn nso of tho willow, they wonitl neiiily ba Rood enough to tnnklo tho ICnyli?bmen. If they can b^nt Knglnm.'a score i f 'iO oil 1 in their first mutch, what w 'tilil th-.y bo ulilo to co in the s-cond or third? Why, ihf.v would simply paralyse t.liem. After the visitors worn dixpn-ed of. up came liowral with their little lot; they made a good stand, an4 the runs earao freely, but on totaling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

THERE'S NO KNOWING $Uiat a-day may bring forth ; but ^ou MAY KNOW at once by these presents that if you buy from Us you will get your supplies in all Lines cheaply j and quickly you will learn TO SAVE |Y!QN£Y' ' into the bargain. RUTHERFORD & WICKHAM, „ . . BOWRAIjo y\x-./ Cecif Compton, Poms •RECEivED or Visited in Bowral and. District. V ' PIAKOEO^Ti:, ORGAN, ANn. SINGING, ■ jpandidates prepared for College and University Examinations in Theoretical and ' ■ ' Practical Music. AmdreSs : Post Office, Bowral, DUPLEX LANCEf PROBES « F.or making hard cows ■easy to milk. ■ - ■ All Dairy Requisites. Write for particulars to W.A.PRESTON & GO. 343 Sussex Street, ' s-s"ii)3srE-5r. PRESTON'S "PRINCESS" GREAM:' SEPARATORS Arc tlie Tt.pstr _A-XjIj' SXZHiS^ Hand and Steam Power. p.D, CORSETS P.p. THE. STANDARD HIGH-CLASS CORSEt IN THE TRAPS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Avoid Inferior imitations, and see that, each pa * bears*"th'ls Trade Mark on band Inside. OBTAINABLE-FftCM ALL BRApff...

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THE HOUSE IN COMMITTEE, LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION EXPELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

THE. HOUSE. IN-COMMITTEE, . Leader " of the Opposition Expelled. i It was moved by Messrs Slack and Mo Baron " that the Spanker leave the: chair and the House resolve; itself into committee to onnsider Jho remaining clauses of the Local Option Bill. ~ The motion was carried. • The motion having been carried placed the House in rather an' unusual predica ment, moreso ou account of a Chairman of Committees not being previously appointed.' ' At tljis stage the -proceedings'.began j'lo assume.ayory-arQusing ob£%raotQr.;. , - The Leader of the Opposition held that the Speaker had no right to retain the ehair, it.hayiug been carried that ho vacate same. ■Mr. Edwards was backed up in his're marks by mauy members, but the Speaker's contention was that he should preside till the Chairman of Committees took chargo. Many names were mentioned for the position,, but one after another- declined the kliohor, hence a great deal of time-was wasted. The Rev. Mr. Parton - ultimately accepted the posit...

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Roberison. Saturday, February 1, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

'" " THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, dlittagong, and Robertson, Saturday, B.eb|*u.ary 1, 19Q2. ITEMS OF INTEREST. i; Eor a complete stock of cycle accessories i viiiift A.'W. Beer's Bowral Bicycle Depot.* " t The Bowral council is threatened with legal proceeding on four different charges. The cost of thoroughly repairing Bong Bong-sfc.', Bonral, is estimated at ■ £591, and will take 1318 yards of metal. Mr. J. M.. Ohristio aud Mr. Mosos' Jones advertise that they are caudidates for"''the vacant seat representing'- Qxley Ward in the Bowral conncil. . ' • • The Bev. F. Warner from Melbourne will preach in the Methodist Church, Beu dooley-street, Bowral, to-morrow (Sunday) morning at 11 o'clock. ! > • Vyfe note that Master Jack Sherriff (son of Mf. J.; D." Sherriff, postmaster, Bowrai) has just passed.the iut'ermediate division iu mathematics at the School '"of. Arts night class in Sydney. With others he was pre sented with a certificate by. 'Mrs." "A. G. Edwards. " ' '• -V Mr...

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Association Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Association Debate. The adjourned debate ou the Local Option Bill was hold at (ho Associatiou Hall, Bowral, on Wednesday evening last, the Spoaker, Mr. Albert Chapman, occupying the chair. The miuutes of the previous meeting were read and adoptod on motion of Messrs Slack and McBaron. Correspondence was received from the secretary of the Boberton Park Debating Glnb, stating that it would bo impossible to arrange a friendly debate for the noxt- few months owing to the fact that the society was now in recess. Questions. The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Edwards) asked the Premier (Mr.. Oliria. Slack) if he bad prepared a financial state ment for last year. Tho latter in replying said the actual revenue was 12 million atg., expenditure, 11 million, imports 25 million, and exports, 26 million. Tho Premier declined to give, a detailed financial' statement, his contention boing they wo.uld have to be satisfied with which ever, form he chose to make the statement. Mr; Garrad asked the Mini...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

NOTES AND COM WENTS, There is only one litlje ripple on Jhe calm' sea of ''municipal 'politics', "alth'ougli if Mr. Wragge had to de'scrilie the out look last week'he 'would have said that the monsoon " Alfred " would be accom panied by dry thunderstorms,1 arid wicked developments. "• However, this tropical disturbance has drifted off into oblivion, leaving Moses to represent an impending antarctic storm of minor importance. • * Jf.' i v. # Mr. Moses Jones would, we are sqre, prove a desirable councillor, and is worthy of the confidence of the ratepayers ; but in opposing Alderman Christie he contests the seat of one who' has shown himself to b.e jn the Mayoral office a kindly, consid-' eraie, courteous man"; a very presentable Mayor, who has'navigated the barque " Bowral Council " with care and 6bori-; : omy; By his wise seamanship lie has es caped the squalls and gales of noise and jnonsense that sometimes arise' through utiwigdom in the chair. • Could not Mr. Wra^ge induce the Mo...

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, January 30, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Bowral Council. Tuursoay, January 80, 1902. Present: Aid. J. M. Christie (Mayor), R. S. Maokenzie. J. J. Campbell, F. B. Kyng don, T. Matbowaon. Jos. Stokes, W. Mur ray, M. Rice, and II. M. Oxley. Correspondence. From Mr. Geo. W. Fullor, M.H.R., ac knowledging reooipt of oounoil'a motion on matter of slanderous remarks on British Army in Africa. Mr. Fullor thought tho right course had beon adopted. From Public Works Department, further emphasising tho Minister's decision that nothing could be done respecting the Gib HJ11 road. The Mayor reported that the councils of Buwral and Mittagoqg had had a confer ence on the matter, and decided to again communicato with Mr. MoOourt aaluug him to arrange for a deputation from tho coun cils tp lay before njinisters fresh facts con cerning the road. Tho Mayor went on to say that the Mitfcagong Aldermen were very friendly towards the Bowral council, and expressed their decided opinion that if the two councils worked uiore together in vari ous mat...

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The Church Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

.ffiije ©fjuttfj jfste. It has been decided to. hold the Church Fete on Wednesday, ' fgtH February!' in the grounds of Merilbah," kindly lent for the occasion by Miss Brenan.' This is an ideal place for a Fete, and we" trust that all will do everything in their power to make it a great success. Any informa tion will be given on applying to-Mrs. Gavin George, the Hon. Secretary. '

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B. D. Cottage Hospital. 13th ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

B. D. Cottage Hospital. 13th ANNUAL, MEETING. The thirteenth annual meeting of sub scribers to the Berrima District Cottage Hospital, was held in the Town Hall, Bo\yral, on Wednesday afternoon'. - last. The cljair was occupied i by Mr. Gavin George, the following gentlemen also at tending:—Rev. E.' S. Wilkinson,, Messrs. R. S. Mackenzie, C. W.' Marsden, T. H. Keigwin, S. W. Hodge, A. Stephens, Dr. Crawford, and F. B, Kyngdon (lion, sec.) The chairman read apologies from the Hon. W. McGourt, the Rev. M. Maddern, and Mr. H. E. Wickha'm lof their un avoidable absence. After the minutes of the last annual .meeting and adjourned annual meeting had be.?n read and confirmed, The chairman'moved the adoption of the annual report. It had been one of progress all through, and the executive were to be congratulated on the. very sat isfactory position which the hospital held at the present time. Mr. Stephens had much pleasure in sec onding the adoptiou of tlic report, which was carried unanimous...

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