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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Encores. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

BETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Encores. Sir, —When will n certain Rcclion of TJowrrU on clicnccs loam to difcriminato between songB and hoiirb (or onoorc ? More tunclens vocal itonw wore fgivon us last night than on any other occasion-— Tlioyiraight have been highly classical and qaite the thing now-a-days. But Rome of ub lileo tund, arid: ,for beautiful melody commend mo to tho old aongs, .instoud of the new-fangled unmelodiou3 eentiment ialisms of the proscnt day. Iri London a few nights ,nRO, Amy Castles so won the hearts of all by that ysimplo, beautiful, tuuelung old song " Horn's Sweet Homo." I do wish that our Bowral singers would Jaunt up some of tho old melodies and then onp :oould willingly mt out encores and.inourown School ..of Arts Maria NarcUo not Ions aRO.delighted the aii .dieneo most with tho old familiar Bones. YourB Ac., 29th November. FOR AULD LANG SYNE.

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The Eternal Snows. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

The Eternal Snows. By A BANKER. Immediately opposite the spot where the writer is now sitting, is one of the most beautiful,and strid ing scenes of grandeur and sublimr ity combined with attractive beauty and loveliness which, perhaps, can be witnessed in any other part of .this fair earth. In.the foreground is. an arm of the Lake of Lucerne, its clear, trans parent waters sparkling with silvery ripples, which dance and play un der-the influence of the fitful breeze coming down from the gullies and ravines ot the surrounding moun tains. To the left, jutting out into the lake, is a spur of elevated pas ture land, the vivid emerald of the verdure contrasting with the dark foliage of the forest and woodlands with which it is diversified. Be-: hind, in the middle distance, a range of mountains about six thou sand feet in height raise their lofty heads ; while yet further, and dwarf ing these latter into mere hills, is an upreared chain of mighty moun tains, covered eternally—so far as t...

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ENGLAND V. N.S.W [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

ENGLAND y. N.S.VV The first teat cricket match between England and New South wales was concluded in Sydney on Wed nesday, having lasted five days. Complete scores :— Nrw South Wales first innings.. >i , )>. second England first innings .. .. ,, . gecqnd ; ij . ... Majority for Now South Wales Maclapen on the Campaign. —Readers will prob ably remember the exciting serioa of artioles contri buted by Ranjitsinliji to the Australian " Review of Reviews " during the course' of the last English Eleven's tour in Australia. Mr. A. 0. MaoLaren has undertaken during tho present visit to supply similar articles to the "Review," and the first of his .contributions appears in the ourrent iaaue (Novem ber), just.to hand. It makes interesting .reading, and gives promise that the collection will be quite up if not superior, to Ranji's. Whilst not afraid to critioise, Mr. MacLaren does so in a perfectly friend ly manner, and his remarks will doubtless bo ac cepted in the spirit in which they a...

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CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

CONFIDENCE, A man who baa confidence in what lie bas to show or exhibit cau talk to bis fel low-man straight, and tell him all about his wonderful possessions. Moreover, the speech of a confident man catches on, and. influences tbe hearer ; and that is why the Sydney Cyclornma manager gives ever pub licity to the great and marvellous show he presides over opposite the Eedfern Railway Station. He kuows the genuineness uf his production of Jerusalem. His Boer war relics are facts in themselves, and the artists engaged for his Hall of Mysteries and Cine-, matogriiph are without reproach. So ho has confidence to toll all people that the show is a good o,i:e ; and a,uy of our readers who neglect to seq the sights of the Cyolor ama during their visit to town will regret it only once, and that foe'ever. -A.I.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

tprfpfeet. A mifob was played on Sa'urday Inst between the Robertion and Kangaroo Vallay clubs ou the former's wickut, too hoina toain aouurinjf aa' easy win. Appended are the sooras :— Hodeiitson. E. iloGill b Osborne .. .. - .. 10 N. V. Hall o Osborne b Wattora .. 3t5 R. G. MoGfill b Walters .. ... 5 B. W. Boulton o Beutiett b Oronber ger.. .. .. .. ;1 J. Dennis b Wattora . .. .. 9 I?. R. Weloli b Wutters ... 0 O. Vawienhiiryh b Osborne .. .. . 7 A. Lidbitter b Osborne . . 7 J. F. Oullen b Osborne .'. ., 0 P. L'Estrange not out .. . . 1 J3. Wilkinson b OroubDrger .. .. 1 'Sundries ,, ... .. 1 Total ... .. . .... .. 78 ~ ■ ICANOAnOO" ViliEY. J. Moffl't o an') b Builton .. ., 75 A. T. 1 unjmine-s b Hull . . 6 A BunnStt o L'Eitrarige b Hall .. 11 S. Osborne b Boulton .. . C8 E. Nulsoniiot oat ,. .. 21 A. Cooper"3 Hall b Boulton .. iV 12 H. W. Foot not out .. ., .. 1 Sundries ... .. .. ., 9 Five woketa for .. ■ . .. 203 Tlie Bowrnl Association play Burrawanor at Bur rawang this (Satur...

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

Free Trade Prices at Haig & Co.'s Nerve Tonic BuiitTs up the System. Strengthens, This warm climato is very trying to all. Tho blood oasily becomes impuro and tho nervous system greatly debili tated. • • But you can retain your hoalth. and koop your nervous systom strong. This is tlio portrait of Jlr. William Fanning, of Bcaconsilcld, Fremantle, WosternAustralia. In his letter ho says: " Upon arriving in 'Western Australia three years ago, I found that my blood was in bad conditioaandiny general system all run down. I suffered greatly, especially froiff indigestion, I had heard so much about — AYER'S SarsapariSIa I thought I would try it. I did so, and only, threo bottles restored my strength, built up my system, and cured my dyspepsia. And I have also fouud it a great nervo tonic." If you aro bilious, constipated, or ara troubled with headache, tako Ayer's Fills. Prepared by Dr. J, C. Ayer Co., Lcwcll, Mass., U. S. A. J. FENTON, . . Burrawang, WISHES Jto announce to the res...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Our happy littlo villnge is, as to its limits 1 in come, jepresentatiye of numerous jnunioijiftliUiiS', anJ a great many persons, in that it 1ms to make it-i monies go us fur as they possibly can. This common-sense economy lies at the basis of happi ness all thu world over, but like n hawk amongst i email birds, O'Sullivaiiism has swooped down and created universal dismay. Minimum wages, sovon bob a day to the unemployed, ami other features of the socialistic nightmare servo to scute capital away, and in conseguonce there will bo les3 employment than over. . # * v * ' Our local municipal disciples of the great O'S. aro blistered with the seven-bobr-a-day I fallacy and burn in their ardiiur to raise th'o municipal wngo to tlio O'S. minimum. However the fiiianoes of the borough are to ba look ed into, and if tlicy can stand tho strain well and good, but if 'pure theory is to override common sense, wlian funds run out it will then be impoiativo to dismiss all employ...

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

Cut Tliis Out FHOegAMIHE OF ORGAN RECITAL TO BE GIVEN BY MR. CECIL COMPTON, Kindly Assisted by Mrs. C. W., Mars den, and the Members of S. Jnde's Clwir, on, &90«, at 8.*$ p.x% j?. Hymn ,go ... ... .... ... ... ... ... .... .2. Organ Solo Chorus of Angels" ..I Ill III Ill' "Clark ' "MR.'GfeCIL COMPTON. v The First.Nowell" ... " ... .... 3. Carols]b " Good Christian men Rejoice 1c The Manger Throne" ' ' ' ' THE -ClfOIR. '• •' ' A Daybreak " ..." ' ... ... ;.. b " Pastorale'? (from Story of the Incarnation) c Intermezzo " .... ... ... ... ' 1 .V " *" ""MR. CECIL COMPTON. <j.. Organ Soli ,5. Solo j6. Addresg -7. Carpi s /" MBS. C; W. MARSDPN. 7 REV. E. S. WILKINSON. a "Good King Wenceslas " b. -When J view the Mother holding " ..V c "Listen, Lordiiigs" ... ... . THE CHOIR. 58. Hymn,571 and Offertory " ... ... ... ^ c r" fA " Serenade" ... V.. ,9. Organ boll |B rpjie j-ieavpps are Telling " (Creation) MR. £EC1L COMPTON. ;GOD SAVE TUB KINQ. b. w. N. willis, m.l.a., has ...

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Whooping Gough. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

Whooping (Pougli A woman who baa bad ezperieuao with turn dis ease, tella how to prevent any dangerous conse quences from it. She saye: Our,three children took whooping cough loat summer, one baby bay being only three months old, and oiving to our giving them Chamberlain's Cough Kcmedy, they lost none of their plumpness and came oat in rnuoh better health than other children vyhpse parents did not use this remedy. Our oldest little girl would .call lustily lor cough syrup between whoops.—Jessie Pi.vkey Hall, Springville, Ala.. U.S.A. This Rem edy ia for salo by D. Morgan, Chemist, Buwral.

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, November 30,1901. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

THE FREE PRESS. Published in Botoral, Mittagong, and Robertson. Saturday, November l&Qh ITEMS OF INTEREST. Real genuine summer weather is now (bo order of day in Bowral. ' A park Phaeton is advertised in another column by J. G. Morris and Co. ' ; The footpaths and water tables in Bowral are un dergoing their annual trim up. The Free Pregs has a guf rantepd circulation larger than any other paper printed in the district. Un doubtedly the beat medium lor advertisers. Mr. T. Garrad-at the Association debate on Wed nesday night: " Every time tho Premier opens his mouth to speuk ho puts his foot in it." To:morrow (Sunday) a number of the Mittngong cyclists, together with the captain of the Bowral club, intend riding to Goulburn and baok, a distance jjlose on 120 miles by ropd. On Monday evening next the Bowral 'Association Brass Band will render selections of music from the balcony of the premises oooupied by the firm of Megsrs Hi)l;Bros.t BpngBongrStreet. Visitors should bear in...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

They Say. That Thursday night's concert in th9 School of Arts was a grand display of talent. That the School of Arts should benefit consider ably by the function. 1 That tile Association debate in Bowral on Wed nesday night was intensely amusing. , That Premier Edwards .took bio defeat "like a man." That " Jim " Hart is rather " cooky " over his victory. Tbat the Opposition will be oven with him at the firfli'flittinRB. That now both father and son have been removed from the House by the Sergt-at-Arma for miscon duct^ '.

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

SEEDS, all kinds; FRUIT TREES; SHRUBS. BEST and CIIiUl'ESX in stock. J.Q PACK ETS, TRAIN PAID, 103. A. LANSDOWNE & CO., teoulbum. VIOLINIST. VISITS I.OWHAL every TUESDAY and . FRIDAY. For Terms, &c., apply Mr. Ebb. Davis, Bonn Bong-street. 276 The Live Upholsterer. iS Btill prepared to upholster your suito, or couch, or chairs ; repair your furniture—polish, &a.; makes Carpets, and cleans anil lays them as they should be; repairs the pun Bhados ; fisep irp the sewing machine ; will ro-cane your ohairs at less than Sydney' prices; makes window blinds, and fixes; furniture packed and stored. w.s. trusts by strict nttontion to business and good'workmanship, at low prices, to merit your pat ronage. • All Orders and Telegrams promptly attended to. Note address: V1CTOKIA STREET, BOWltAL. Tea ! Tea ! ! WE always have -on band new shipments of specially prepared Coylon", Indian, and China Teas to suit our cuslomerB. We also keep the best Coffee, Cocoa, and Essence of...

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

'..VHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY, Ltd. Capital paid op .. • . .. £l,r:00,000 Ke3crvo Fund _ 1,010,000 Ilesc.rve Liability .. .. '1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 " DIRECTORS. ' i>. J. COIJKN Esq., Chairmnn. IIon. iT. E. KATE It,M.L.C., Deputy Chairman. .Hon. HRNBY MOSES, M.Ij.C. Hon. IlIClIAItD JONES, M.L.C. B. W. KNOX, Esq. - ' OENEIIAIi MANAGE!); T. A DIBBS, Eeq. AUDITORS* E. S. CAPE, Esq. ' Tho Hoii. F. T. HUMPHEBY, M.L.C. B RANCHES in Nov/ South Wales and Queens land. ' . ... 'VgencioB throughout the world. ' Bowral Branch, . , GAVIN GEORGE, Manager. C. GRAM GENERAL STOREKEEPER, and BAKER, BOBEBTSO N, Orders called for, and ~ ■ Goods Delivered Daily. JEIig-hest Cash Price civen for tCOW HIDES, CALFSKINS, WALLABY SKINS, OPOSSUM SKINS : NATIVE OAT SKINS. .338 Spring Suitings. Summer Suitings. The Practical and Holiable . * ' BOWRAL TAILORS HAVE tnnde preparations for the coming season by stocking tho nowest and moat up-to-date (Goode in Newest Designs I Newest Shades...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

BOWRAIj municipal council. Meets oyory alternate .Thursday, at tlio Council Chambers, at 7.5JO pan. \ Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3 to 5 p.m. Alderman J. M. Christie, Mayor. ' Mr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk.

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

RAILWAY INFORMATION. Passenger trains ftrriyo at Bowrnl from Sydney 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 87 a.m. {Vapor Train) daily, Sunday excepted 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday oscepted 6.83 p.m.; Saturday only 7.G8 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday exeeptod 9.28 p.m., Saturday only L'asaenger trains loavo Bowral for Sydney;— 3.9 n.tn. daily, Monday excepted O.oG a.in.' Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Stratlifjeld only ' 1 7.8 a,m. daily, Sunday osccpted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathjleld only 8.81 a.m. Monday only, stops Xlittagong, Picton, Granville, and Strnthfiold only. 1.84 p.nv doily, Sunday excepted. .

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SIX HUSBANDS IN SIX YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

SIX HUSBANDS IN SIX YEARS. The Spanish jonrualtf relate tho perhaps unparalleled matrimonial experieuco's of- a young Spanish woman named Isabella Ca poral, Who, iiisix years, has lost by death six husbands, arid -now awaits in jnodost patience her wedding day with a'seventh. In 1894 Senorita Isabel, then a young girl of 21, emigrated to New Orleans, and soon married a theatrical manager, who died in few months from yellow fever during a star ring tour. Jn order to better oonduct the company, his widow, aftor a'few woeks, married one of the apfors, a'Spaniard named Ilany, who was fatally stabbed on theirwed ding'night, while trying 'to mediate in a brawl in the boarding'house. Three weeks latcV another of the actors led her blushing to the altar. He was a* Mexican named Lopez, with whom ' the offended laws of his country had a crow to pluck.'' Arrest ed, he sought'escape by'.leaping from a train, was killed, aud for the third time in twelve months poor Isabel became a widow. Very so...

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Grand Entertainment. AN UNEQUALLED SUCCESS. IN AID OF BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

Grand Entertainment. AN UNEQUALLED SUCCESS. AID OP BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS'. One of the most classical and high: :1ms enter tainments yet held in liowral eventuated iri the School of Arts on Thursday evening last, the hall being practically crowded with an onlbusiuslio au-Ji cnce pi residents and visitors. Prom. baginning to orid of the programme the assemblage was as It were entranced, the superbly exquisite musical strains having such a soothing and harmonic effect. Every item seemed perfection in itself,• and tha well deserved approbation of tho company was straight way forthcoming. The performers wero apparently in the best of trim, and carried out their parts not only faultlessly, but in a manner highly creditable to •the several musical organizations to which they belong, Tho applause after each item seemed to invoke fresh inspiration, for the additional selections wore'rendered with evpn .more onthusinsm. With out doubt the talent displayed nut only by the in strumentalists but...

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THE OPIUM CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

THE OPIUM CURSE). SVben replying to the deputation which waited lipori the Premier on" Eridaj^, th'e 9th August Jast, Mr. Seo shid thai /' ho Lnd a i-'eport" on the snbjeot of opium-smoking, . which stated thevice was not prevalent "to any great extent arnongUh.e European pop ulation, • and was practically' confined ' to 'abandoned women." ;'It is to be regretted that the police-officer who nvide the report "Wa9 not bolted informed upon this important subject. - He must now be awakened from his 'ignorance "by' the' action 'of' Sergeant Jcffi", ofNn. '2 Police'Division, who' bad, during the last few'weeks, brought'before the Police Cburt several young women found in'opium dens,' and who','in an interview \vith the " Sunday Times," has informed the public that there are known to him '?at least 30 cpiurii detia ifi'tlie No. 2 police div ision 'Vil'orie.** He states that tho occupants include men and wonlbn' of every color— .Oliiuamen, blackfellows, and white moil, jvith women to'match....

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FUNERAL OF MR. GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

FUNERAL OP MR. GUlDtNER. As was announced in our Saturday's iBsue tho death of Mr. Wiliinra Gardiner took plftao at Robert son on Friday morning last. The deceased who was 75 years of age had bean a resident of itobortson for tbe past 16 years, and was a well-khown and res pected resident. The immediate cause of death was a paralytic stroke, carrying oil the sufferer within a few dayB, despite the skilful attendance of Dr. lleed. The funeral took place on Sunday in tho Cluiroli of England Cemetery, the ltev. D. T, Smith officiating at tho grave. Tho deceased was hurried be side his late wife who died on the lltb of Decembor last. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. T. E. Bnrrill (Robertson) and Mr. J. Simpson (EastKangaloon). The deceased leuvcs three daught ers and four sons to mourn their loss, viz., Mrs. F. W. NValker and Mrs. XV. E. Foley (liowral), and Mrs, Maguire, (lJarramatta): Messrs. Jas. Gardin-. er (Surrey Hills), John Gardiner (Summer Hill), XV. Gardiner (B...

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COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 30 November 1901

COURT HOUSE. The work of renovating and painting the court house has been commenced ;by the successful ten derer, Mr. A. E. Lees. This building has long re quired attention. The next on the list should be the adjacent structure, the post office. Mr. T. Groube is secretary of a movement having. for its object the arrangement of sports on Anniver- . eary day in aid of thp School of Arts.. Trooper G. H. Armfield, son of Mrs. ArmGeld of Mittogong, is dangerously ill with enterio fever at Heilbron, South Africa, where he is serving with tlieN.S.W. Mounted Rifles. "George" is well known in Mittagong and his old oomrgdes wish him a speedy recovery.

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