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

VARIETIES. A good number from Bowral patronised tlio sports .nt Mittagong on Monday last, Tlio rain on Monday morning considerably coolort the atmosphere, being a docidcd improvomont on the preceding day. It is reported that the aldermanic fath ers of Bowral and Mittagong will at an early date try conclusions in a cricket •match. . The annual picnio in oonnoction with tlio Kober ton Park Public School took plnco on Saturday last in Mr. O. Norman's patldock. Visitors from all parts of tlio district attended, and a good day was spent. Tbe chief itom was tbo presentation of books to the scholars by Mrs. C. J. Smith. A Good Reputation. " Tlio way to gain a good reputation is to endoa vour to be wbat you desire to appear." , Tbat is precisely the manner in whioh Chamberlain's Oou«h remedy has gained its reputation as a cure for coughs, coldB, oroup, and whooping oougb. Every bottlo that lias over boon put out by tho 'manufac turers has been fully up to the' high standard of excellence cl...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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An Eden of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

An Eden of the Sea. 33v A BANKER. Although England is one of the most thickly, populated couMries upon the face of the earth, yet within three or four hours' sail from her shores is an archipelago of some forty islands, all of which, with the exception of about five, are uninhabited. The first thing which startles the voyager to the Scilly Islands, after leaving the mainland, is perhaps the spectacle of a number of jets of spray and water rising up from the sea, which appear to approach the vessel. . Soon it is seen that these are caused by a "school" of whales—the small bottle nosed , variety—which play about.around the steamer, a few accompanying her for some distance, their long • .white bodies, about twenty feet in length, appearing quite weird and . "ghostlike as they rise and sink, and gambol about in the sea. Approaching the*',islands, if the sea' happens to be calm, jvith. that shimmering glare' often seen after . two ov three days' still weather, the first view reminds forc...

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

A. W. Beer has Bikes for Hire*

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Wrote up his own Burglaries. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

"Wrote tip his own Burglaries. Slightly to alter a famous meta phor of Sir.'William" Harcourt, it may truthfully be s^id that "we are all journalists now all sorts and conditions of people contribute to the Press. Two or three years ■back, in \Berlin< there was a '..burglar ~ richly endowed- with'the" joCirnalistic , _ instinct. ■ After each crib he cracked " he sent fuli and flowery discriptions of it to the daily pap.ers . " and'for the same was remunerated in t the customary manner. Even tuall)^ however, he was caught red -handed, when rhe had packed his plunder, and was writing his report : for the'.press before leaving his -vie tim's housed A lengthy term,.of V : .imprisonment-was -his -reward. ' .f

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

-ROBERT S.O"4 The Leading- Hotel in Town. ^ Only Host Brands o[ Wines and Spirits kept;. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION tit reasonable. rnto.M. First-class MILLIARD TAllIilil. Good Stabling,, Grass PaddooUs, and Cattle Yards., FRED.. filiAllAiM, 02' * 1'iopriutorl. [I3s'rAiir.isin;n-5 Yi>.\ns.] PLAIN & DECORATIVE PAINTERS: PAPERHANGERS, &c.. WOODBJNE STREET, BOWRAU. Entimatcn TVuniinhed for Work in any. pari of . tha^ District.. - Only Skilled Tradosmon employud'. Letters promptly attended to... 236; jTfenton; Bsirrawaiig,. WTSITOS.tn nnnouncn to the residents of' (lie-! ilixti'iot Hint 1»; lias talien over tlio BLACKr S.MITHIN'Ct. and Wll!<: 101, WRIGHT BUSINESS•• rdoontly carried on at Mr. 1'iukor's premidcH, and hopes liy. sitrict-attention to lmninuKH and Rood yvrk- - mmisbip t,o loei'ivu a fair uliaro of jnililio1 ) Viota^Y «"0. ••/ Horse Shoeing a Speciality. ^ SK13DS, nil liinrls ; FRUIT' . UlSS'l' mirl CHEAPEST ill KtfJt'k.' TREES -; SHRUBS.; ' ' '10 I'...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. SS. SIMON AND JUDE, BOWRAL. Sexagesima Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

SEBV-IOES TO-MOB ROW.'. ; j • Church of England. H8. 8IM0N AND JUDK, DpWllAIi. Sexhgesima'Siinday. Duvma Services 11 a.m. (with iioly (Jommumon), ' 3 p.m. (Children's 'Service), and 7.30( p.ra;' (Subjtct: " Anglophobia.") bt. btei'Hisn'b, jirriAagsa. Services 11 and 7.30 . Preaolior, Rev. D. Butledge, WINOECAIUtlBMSE. Robentgon 11, East Kangaloon 3, Bnrrawang 7.30 v' Rev. D. T. Smith. Methodist Church •B.owral: Bendooley-street, Iley. f. Warner (of Mel bourne). 11 ; Bong Bong-street, Bev A W Par ton 7.30. Mittagcing, Bev A W- Pftrton 11, Bav.M Maddero 7.30 Moaa Vale, Her M Maddern,3' ' Bundunoon, Mr Shoults 11, Mr Layton 7.30; Penrose, Mr Reeve 3 ' . Balmoral, Rev K A Corner 3 Prnbijterim' Chureh. Mittagong, 11 Bowral, 3.30 and 7.30. Rev. G-. A. Gordon, Roman Catholic Church. Berriraa 9„ Bowrai 11, Miitagong 4 . " Bov. Fjr. Sheridan. Salvation Armi/y ' • Bavr&olts, Oddfellows' Hall,: Bowra.1, 7 and; 11 a.m. ';*• 3 and 7. p..m. Ensign Isabel Daffell. The rainfall recorded in ...

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

T. B. Dunwooclie, Monumental Mason, BOffEAL. 8241 BUSHELS. . . . " of BIO B CAN bo prawn on one plant, of TOSGAN BEA.N in a suitable climate. Wo havo other good' thiiiRB in our catalogue, Bend 0110 tiliilling stamps for a catalo^na and noltot of mixed flower needs —100 sorts. HERBERT J. RUfVJSEV, Seed'and I'lant Merchant, Horonin, Barber'ri Creole, . N.S.W. ^HE HOtJSE TO SUIT YOU. TIio Prom tar. ITonso for Suitinfis of First Quality, Po.ifciit ITit,. and-lioilroclc Cost, ia 1HU0E & CO., •Merchant Tiiiloif, 1M Kiiif; Street, Sydney. Only ni uteri ills nf tlm World'a finoflt mannfantinc used by a tela IT unequalled in any oilier establishment Price iV Co havo more than maintains) a reputation won from clicnts near and far for excellency and economy,. ■ . ; PETCE '& CO., l'l-l KinK Streot, SYDNEY. Civil and Military Tailors., Ladies' IJalit and Coalumo MaUcrs. 1. FROST and SOI, BUILDERS AND . . . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong- Bong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. ESTIMATES F...

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W. C. T. U. TEMPERANCE COMPROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

w. C.-X. TEMPERANCE COMPROMISES. By the llev. Dr. Ales. Stewart. In the multitude of methods proposed'for the overthrow or. restriction of the drink tiaifyj. wo seo riot a few indications of • indecision 'and change' ot front. In suoli a state of tilings calm, and earnest consideration becomes very necessary. Why, should there be auoh a oondition of indecision and change? Some any, "liecausa we are never going to succeed on the old lines." If men become fuirit-hoai'ted and faithless in regard to the old lines, it is very manifest that success will be greatly retarded. Another form of discouragement is presented thus; •It may be taken for certain that we shall get noth ing in tho. shape of prohibition from the Government now in power ; we should therefore take what we can get. Better a half loaf than no bread. But in this case a surrender is made, and no assurance' whatever is even probable that a half loaf will bet obtained. Oft his practical evidence is now afiord od. The Children'...

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

—7 : : "mi^TAGONG, prom' onr Correspondent. *Qu Wednesday evening tlio Mittngong Brass Bf.nd hold a smoke conccrt' in' Mr. Groiibe>s hall, for the purpose of saying good byo to'tWo of its'inembers—Messrs. J. Damson'a'udCr. F.JWhfte, who are leaving tho iowu to try their fortunes in Western Australia. There were about 80 present, oil friends of tho guests. ' Mr. G. E. Vin bent, bandmaster, ocoupied tho chair, and during the evening presented Mr. Dawson with a cigar case, and Mr. White 'with d Bilvor-mounted pipe. Bach gentleman re turned thanks in a few feeling words. Messrs. Moses, Merrifield, Hilder, Qroubo, and A. White testified to'the sterling worth of their departing friends, nnd trusted that success woujd atjend" their efforts in the Western Stoie. Duririg tho e'veuiug re freshments were partaken of,' arid the fol lowing gentldmen helped to make' the pro ceedings enjoyable with songs, etc.—Messrs. Drew, Dawson, Groube, Vincent, A. White," Harvey, "rind Gottiug. ' The band a...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

"SCHOOL OF ARTS. , Tbe usualmonthly meeting of the above •was held on Thursday eVeningfHwbeii there were presentMessrs. J. Mealiug (chair),' Hilfler, JAerrifield, Lake, A. White, and T. Groube. "■■■•' I, • Reports. ' Tlie bon. sec. reported that bo had re ceived the following amonntB :—Subscrip tion's £3 10/6, rent of ball 2/G, penny box 1/5 ; jG8 1-1/5. / " ■ ' Finance committee reported, having ex amined following accounts:—Lonis and Co., kerosene oil, 10/-; Librarian's salary, .82 1/8 ; G.' D uvS'.h, S. M. Herald, C/G ; ,C2 18/2.—Passed for payment on tho mo tion of Messrs. 'Lake and White. The librarian i-ppnrted that one quarterly member and one monthly member had join ed during tbe mouth.''' MivE. A. Bntv had donated a copy of tho' Pjitilio 'Service Jour nal, and Mrs. Tuo.tb si;i Pictorials. It, was decided (hat fcfijf treasurer pay two inatalmunfs of interest'Jc'Mr. Tooth.

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Bowral School of Arts. A good ruirpbur attended the special general meeting members of the Bowral School of Arts, convened for . Tuesday evening last. The President, Mr. R. S. Mackenzie, presided. The annua} report and balance-sheet were submitted to the nieeting, and adop ted. The report was a very satisfactory one. The members of the institution Qn December 31 totalled 80. -The library contained 2110 books—64 more than pre vious year." The penny box had contrib uted £3 14s' 4d 't9ward§ the revenue. The excellent supply of papers, periodi cals, and magazines, placed the reading room in a favorable ljght as compared with others in the country. Much practi cal assistance had been forthcoming from the receipts of the billiard room. As a result of a concert organised by Mesdames G. W. Marsden and C. J. Royle on June 26, £11 1 os was raised, with which the committee,had been enabled to have the hall renovated. Professor Blumenthal's phrenological lecture realised £1. A con cert promoted...

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

CLEARING SALE —OF— fURNlTURE AND EFFECTS, Semi-Grand Piauo, Bicycles, &c ON SAILED AY, FEBRUARY 8, AT 2 O'CLOCK, J. G. MORRIS & CO, HAVE rooeived instructions from MB. T. A. l'.oildall to sell by auction at Ilia 11ESI DEJNQE, JJori(! Hong-strnnt, Bcvml, on above date, iho whole' of bis HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and. EFFEdTS, comprising: — ' v ' Superior Semi-Grond Pinno by liord (can bo in spected by applying for an order). This' ia d first-clasB instrument,' and tha owner is pre pared to sacrifice it. 5 Mining Chaira (High Back), 2 Wicltcr Chairs,' Wicker Table, Super ior Writing Disk in Cedar with .9 Drawers, Sijuavo Japanese Oarpet, Hearth Ru^h, Pictures, 1 Spring Couob.Oak Tray .3-Druwcr Pine Duchess Ohest, 2 Massive 7 Drnwor Codiir Chest* (in'firstr class order),Walnut Duchess Toilet Table,Toilet Tables, Marblu Clock, WashstandH and Ware, 1 3-fect Half-Tester Bedstead with Wive and Kapok Mattresses, Largo Ice Chest, .2 2 J-fcot Bedsteads with Wiio Mattresses attached,...

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The Best Liniment for Strains. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

The Best Liniment for Strains. Mr. F. H. Wells, the lxierebau't at Deer Park, Long Island, N.Y.,U.S.A.,- says: "I always recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm ft8 the b.est[' liniment for strains. I used it last'winter for.a severe lameness in the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly'pleased with" the quick relief and cure it effected." For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

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

Snglopljcbia. T.he Rector will.preach a special, Ser mon entitled " Anglophobia'on Sunday Evening next, "the 2nd inst: ■ The Press has informed the world how ded'p-seated is the hatred towards England'of cer tain Continental 'Nations:. -The fact of this intense :an'd bitter feeling suggests, somg.questions.of the''very greatest im portance, which will be dealt with in the Sermon. The cricket match on Wednesday after noon between tbe friendly Societies of Bow rul aud.Mittagong was won by the latter's representatives by opfi solitary run. The return match will be played at Milta'gong n.ext Weduetsday week.

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MEDICAL OFFICERS' REPORT FOR 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

MEDICAL OFFICERS' REPORT FOR 1901, ;Admitted iitiniNa 1900 ,; .... 12G ltEMAIKIXO ik PltOM 1000, .. .. 6 132 f'. Ses.—Males, 75 ; Females, 57'.' ; Itesur/rs.—Cured, 83; Relieved, 34; Unrelieved, 1; Died, 7.; Remaining in.Hospital, 7.'-„ ' Causes of Death.—Apoplexy, Enteric Fever, Apoplexy Septipffiraia, Barns, Fraotuto ofSpiuo, OvAtifin Tumor.' ' Average Stay ij» Hospital.—17 days. Ea'ib op MoiiTALnr.—4 5. ,,J Average Daily Number Resident.—0 G. . , - Beltoious PEittOAHON or Patients.—Church of England, '07*; Konjan Catholic, 30; Presbyterian, 18; Wesley an,' 4 ; Primitive Methodist, 8 ; others 5.' ; V- Localitiks. where Patients, Besided:—Bowral, -45^ 'Mittauoup, 22;.Bu'rrudoo, 7'; ttobertoon, 8 . Brit-rima, 6; Moss'* Yule, 5:; Sutton. Vorest, 2; YYangawlery2 lixeter, 1 ;■> Jellore, 1;: Glonquairy, 2; Bundnnoon, 3 ; Knngnloon,3 j Golo'Vale, 4 ; AYilds Meadow; 2 ; Hill,Top, 2; Outside Berrima District,'.20.' ART HUH S. V ALL AGE, M.B., Ch.M. .. . , BASIL r-OULDS, L.KC.P;(Loud.),-...

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The Commercial Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

rlae CorniMercSai- SEianlv. We have glensqro inpreprinting from this week's 'B.uilfitiir lha fnl'lovvin" • item rafur rin-; to Hie Commercial Banking Cp.mpiiuy yf Sydney: —■ ' ' ■ Profits. Uiviiendfl. Total - ■ ■ ■-■ ' ■■•■■■■■■■. Reserves. June, 1800.. £40.303 8 per X30,080 £1.025.071 Doc., 1890 .. 4&',0li7 cent: 40.000 1,025,188 June. 1897 .. 40.1151 . 40000" 1,025.257. Dec., 18!)7 .. 40.150 ;t ' 40.000' 1.025.407 Juno, 1898.. 40 110 .40000 1,025.817 Deo., 181)8'.. : '10:801 ., 40,000 1.020,081 June, 1800 .: 42.340 40.000 • 1,029.021 Dae., 1899 .. 45,2ffl 9, , 45,0..0 1,029,272 June, 1900 .. 50:880 10 „ 50.000' 1.030.152 Dee., 1900 .. 51,509 10 ,, 50.000 I'.OBl ,Gt!l June, 1901 .. 51,228 10 „ 50.000 1 032.8.-!!) Dec., 1901.. 51,249 10,, 50,000 1,034,138 -""The earnings represent £5. Qi IQd per centi'per annum on tlie shareholders' fuudd at the commencement of ImlPvear (capital £1,000,000, and reserves £1,082,889). Dur ing the half-year deposits have increas* d by over £400...

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

BALANCE SHEET FOR YEAR ENDING 31/12/'01, RECEIPTS. £ s (1 Ci\ Balance at'Bank 31st Dooomber; WOO' .. 28/5 2 2 Subscriptions .. ... ... ... ... •••78 13 .0. Fatients'PaymontH .. ... .. .. 167 4 0 Entertainment, T. Tumor .. ... • ...: . ... ■ 5 0 0 lOntei'tainment, Students' Christiuii Union. .... 10 0 0 Tnlereftt, Hioharilnon Bequest .. v.Sv 2- (> Special Govcrnmont-CSrant.v • .. ... .. 'M 1010 Benevolent Societies'Art Union .. .. .. 1 1!)- (J licrrimn District HiHteddfod. .. .... 2L 13 8 Concert at Woodsiac, Bmidanoon.; .. . 13 . 0 Hospital Boxes .. • .. .. 5 13 3 Ilelund Freight on Iiittciv .. ..; .. : , -0 1 'Hignny .Hiding Gallery .. •• .. •• i "'10 0 United Cuinmonwiinltli Service (Mo3b Vale) ../ 7 0 10 United Ghurch Service (Bowral) .. .. ., 8 10 0 l'ou nil Fees.... .. ■ .. ... .... - 5 .0 Ouvarnmont Subsidy to ftlst Poo., 1900 .-. .. 203 17 1 .. ' .'lOtli June, IDOL.. 7 .." 107 13 1 Mitlaunnt.' I3ed Endowment • .'. " .. . .. 32 2 0 • Friendly Socielieo'*DemoriPlratioiu .. ....

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

Removed I: Removed I Has removed to MORE COMMODIOUS PREMI SES iiext to HILL BKOS. . •' Coach Building and Horse Shoeing carried out in best style. ; ■ • • • - •. v ■ »•*;. rpO LET—Orcainiakni's Rooms nt Store. J. M". JL' CHIUSTJ'E, Draper, linv/ni).^ > 1100 LOST-A GOLD BAR BROOCH, Bong Bong : strootV . Reward;" \y. WAIjIjAOH.' ' 11(51 T7*OUND, Small C.roteheteil 1IAN1>1}A,1, comain . i»g Purser ete. Owner can liavj same by npplying'at this Ollioc, giving description, nntl jui.v ing for advt. • ' 11(58. WANTED, oloan tidy young Genoral for light place. Apply by letter to Mrs. Krasor, Hob erton Park Public School, Glonquarry. " 1155 1710R AGISTMENT, ftrat-clasa paddocjt opposito 2' Mr. Royle's, plenty of grass and water ; 1/-' per week for horses,'Od for cows.. ltOBT. ■ CUM -MINS, Gladstone l'arlt, Bowral. 1120/ RIFFITHS BliOS.' TEA exeella for quality, \jj" flavor and valuo. All buBinoas for district punctually attended to by writing or waiting on S.' J. MoUARONi iooal rcproaen...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Parst:nof,k trainn arrivo at llowrnl from Sydney 11 .-17 p.m. daily, Saturdays c::ccptcd 7 37 a.tn. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m.. Saturday only '" 12.G5 p.m.. daily, Sunday cxccpted 5.3!) p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excoptod Q.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains loavo Bowral for Sydney :— 3;0 a.m. daily, Monday excepted "0.5(3 a.m. Sunday only,' stopa Mittngong an^'\ Strathfield only (jF 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday oxeepled. 8.32.a.m.. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted,. stops Mittagong and Strallifield only 8.31 a.m.,Monday only, slops Mittagong, Pieton,. Granville, and Strathfield only. L31 p.m. daily,.Sunday excepted.

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Jumping at Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

Jumping at Shows. The Department of Mines anil Agriculture has is sued n circular alating'thal no suliai-ly will lx: paid on any prize 'awarded for a jumping competition un less the samp number of points bo allowed for the appearance, style, pace, soundness, weight-carrying powers and stumina ot horses ns is allowed for their jumping. To facilitate calculation the maximum points should bo iOO for the horse, and 100 for the jumping. After receiving the circular the Soutli Const Agricultural Union asked Mr. William Mug gridge (" Mcrrrigang" of the Stock and Station Journal), who is considered one el the bctt authori ties on such mattcrR, to frame a scale of points. That body 1ms approved of tho scale drawn tip, also tho Berry Agricultural Asssociation. Mr. Mvtggridgo kept in view two facts, that hunters were not Bimply jumping horeos, and that tho department were de sirous of cncouinging the production of weight carrying horses of the best type, and free from here-, ditary unsoundness...

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