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THE LATE RC.BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

TJIE LATE IV«• KAXAAR The net!, proceeds ot tlio Into bazaar amount to. ■the satisfactory total of ,C!)H 10s, the takiugs nt the various stalls licinn as.toUows.:—" Shamrock " Stall (Alissea Enan),.ii!iO Mb 111; " Maypole " Stall (Miss llice), £28 5s ; Sweats (Misses Hiley'and M addon), iil.C 13h 10d ; Refreshments (Mm. 10. Kollohcr and Mrs. Viiikory), £11 5s;l'rmluce (Mm. MoKae and Miss Mullens)!.'.; 1 fia 7d. The door tailings amount ed to X'J. Os Od, and £8. tea* eollectcd by Mr. P. Mad dan towards defraying the rent oil the School of Arls. A donation of X12 10a. was also received from , Mr..J. Sliicl. . A man who, l)iv« confnleiwo in. -wli»t lie lias to show or exhibit can talk to his fel lo\v-mnn■straight, an I loll liim all aboutJi:b. w.'iulerftt! possessions. Moreover,, llio speech of a confident man; calulies on, and influences the hearer; an-) that is why. the Sydney Cyeloranm malinger civos ever pub licity to, the great and marvellous show lie presides ovey. opposite the R...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 1 February 1902

BOWHAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Moots ovcry alternate Thursday, at tho Council Chamber.^ at 7.30 p.m. Work's ofllce hours nro : Tuesdays!, from 10 to 12: a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 p.m. : Fridays, 3. tot 5.p.m. - Aldorman J. Jr. Christie, Mayor. Mr. W. 11. Farrow, council clerk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

4 Cure for f'holera Infantum. . " Last May," says Mr. Curtis Balder, of Book waiter, 0., U.S.A., ".an'infant child of oar neigh bour's was Buffering from Cholera Infantum. The doctor had given up all hopoB o£ ieoovery. I took a bottle of Uhamberlaih's Colio, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions. In two days' time the child had /ally recovered, and is now (nearly a year since) a vigorous, healthy girl. I have recommended this Ecmody frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance."^ For sale by J). Morgan, Chemist, Bowral. Blacksmitliiiig and Wheel wriglitirig. i ' . —_ - ■ BBEWBROS. BEG to inform the residents of Bobertson, ICan . galoon, and'surrounding district that they hav-' puichased iheiGeneral Blacksmith and Wheelwright Business lately carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert• Bon, and hope by strict attention to-business, com I bined with good workmanship and moderate char, es, to tp...

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The Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Xlie Butter Marltet. Mr. D. McFndyeu. general mannger of tlia Farmers' Oo-opei'd.tivo Company, Syd ney, says:— The present condition of the Sydney Butter Market calls for more than ordinary comment. Our Consignors will doubtless remember that on Thursday, the 23rd ultimo, we advised that in consequence of - extreme scarcity of choice butter we were advanc ing prices to one shilling per lb. That wo were fqllr justified in taking this action is evidenced by our quitting all consignments of choice butter at full rates. There is, however, a considerable quantity of second and, medium quality in the market, and the question arises, should the price of " Choic est" be reduced to the level of seconds? Common sense naturally answers, " certain ly dpt." We maintain that it is better to keep prices as they are and sell seconds from lid upwards. In the event of a gen eral reduction in prices taking place, makers off^ir to medium.quality will not be any better off, and choicest descriptions wil...

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Cricket. BURRAWANG v. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Cricket. BUHRA-WANCt v. 130WBAL -ASSQOXA ' 'HON. ' A match was played on Saturday last on the Glebe wicket between the above teams, and after a good game the former team, se cured a well-earned victory. The bowling, of D. Smith, who. is a left-hander and has' .a lightning break, fairly paralysed his opponents, and his performance of 7 wic kets for 18. runs is deserving of the highost praise. The scores of the match are as. follows:—•_ Bukiiawang. S. Havfcer b C. Cope... ... II. Mackie o 0. Jones b L. Comer ... S. Swan st. Huggetfc b (3; Cope ... J: Seery c E. Jones b 6. Cope Wra. Hayes c E. Jones b L. Comer H. Budge b II. Jones •••. ••• W. Hayes c E. Jones b L. Comer ... D. Smith c Unggptt b L. Comer ... W-. (iard^iner b L. Comer. ... G. Bernie b II. Jane'sc W. (Gibson not out .. Suudries; ... ... Total ... ... ... BowrtAL Association. F; Slviel b Mackie ... E. Jones b'D^;Smith " ' A. W-: Purton cSeory b,S» Swan.'1::." Oi Gope b JD. Smith... J. Huggef.t b D, Sm.itli W. Griffiths b D...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

RAILWAY INFORMATION. L'AsaKNrjiiii I rain 3 arrive at Kowal {torn Sydney : — 11.*17 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted 7 37 a.m. (t'apet Train) daily, Sunday wuuptcd 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday cxceplod 5.3B p.m., Saturday only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday oxccptod 0.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trains loavo Bowral for Sydney 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted G.'5G a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and. Strathfleld only " ' 7.3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday exceptcc^ stops Mittngong and Strathlield only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, slops Mittagong, Ploton, Granville, and Strathfleld only. 1.31 p.m. doily, Sunday excepted.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

BQWKAIi MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets eyory aHernnte Thurstiny, at tlio Council, Chambers, at 7.30 p.m. Clerk's office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12 a.m.; Wednesdays, 7 to, !) p.m. : Fridays, 3 to, 5 p.m. Alderman .f. M. Christie, Mayor-. Mr. W. B..Farrow, council clerk.

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson, Wednesday, February 5, 1902. ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Tll-E- FREE' PRESS? Published (h. Bowral, MitUigong, and Robertson, Wednesday, February 5, 1902. ITE^ OF INTEREST, The railway authorities, advertise special excursi.on, fares in connection with, the Fourth Test Match, at Sydney, com mencing on Friday, February 14th. In tending visitors to. Sydney sh.oiild take advantage, of the cheap fares offered on this occasion. A Ghris'i in Endeayqur Rally will be lield in the B.eiido iley-street TJethndis.t Church, (his evenifii.'; ■ B'lp.i'osiililiilives from tlie Sociolie* iU Mittagong. and Moss. Vale aro expected to bo present. 'Members, of all dennmiiuttioiis. are. requested to. attend. Addressee will bo delivered by Bev. F; Wiu'ner from Melbourne, local ministers, 11 nd Mesgi-H._ B.owmaliei' and £hoi;L O.nr Daughters'-'- is the subject of Mr. Maddern's ?ormnn oil Sunday morning, next »o yor.ng. women in, th/j Bmidooley-atrcet Methodist Oliureh..' We understand that the riott prooo'eds. of the concei t recently organized; by Mesdaraes, Mat...

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Mittagong's Coal and Iron. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Mjttagong's Coal Ir on. It j3 a mn,tler of very groat concern, as affecting tho welfare of Mittngong (says tbe Argus) to know how much longer the coal and iron with which tlie locality abounds is to remain undeveloped. Tho attitude of tho owners of tho land (The Mittagong Land Co.), where the coal and iron exists is like that of the " dog in tho manger." They will not work these industries thorqselves, and we are given to understand, owing to the exorbitant price they want for tho laud they arepractically preventing capital fromde developingthem.This is a very unsatisfactory factory state of affairs—a condition of which if persisted in must be a huge stumbling block to the district. As a large portion of the land of this town belongs to this' company it would be. to their interests' one would imagine to have these industries working. It is hard to uuderstaud what object thoy c.ui have in view in withholding it. We think it wotilcl be a good idea if a deputation consisting of the len...

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MITTAGONG. PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

MITTAGONG. 'From our Correspondent. PRESENTATIONS, 0n Sunday afternoon last Miss Edith Clifford, who for a number of years was a teacher in St. Stephen's Supday School, was presented with, a handsomely, bound; teacher's Bible,: with illustrated Bible Treasury, an,d a Memorial: Book of .Gorn mon. Prayer, with. portraits of the. late. Queen Victoria at accession and death, by the; teach.ers and scholars as a token, of their affection and esteem on the occa sion of her. severing her connection with the! schopj by reason, of removal from the district. ' The. superintendent, Mr. Reko, made the presentation in the unavoidable absence of the Rector, and Miss Clifford, feelingly responded. After the evening service the: Rector, presented; Miss. Clifford^ op. behalf of the choir, with a handsomely bound Hymnal Companion with, music, a,nd. with; a, copy of the. Cathedral Psalter. In. leaking. the pre-, gentation the Rev. "Dr.. Rutledge referred. torMiss Clifford's long, connection with .the.c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. At Panama, Colombia, by Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diar , rhoea Remedy. Dr. Chna. H. Utter, a prominent physician, of Panama, Columbia, in a recent letter states: "Last :Mareh I lmd as a patient a young lady 16 years of age who'bad a very bad attack of dysentery. Every thing I prescribed fpr her proved, ineffectual and she was growing worso'every Hour, iter parents were sure she would die. She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed. What to do at this Cfitioaj. moment waq (i study' for me, butrl thought "of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aW ' Uiarrhoo Rcmel.v and as a last resort prescrjoed it. The niOBt wonderful result was effected. Within, eight hours she was feeling inuch better; inside of three days sip wan upon Uar'' fe'et qnd.at the end • of one.'wcnlf was cnli'rciy well." J.'"or sale by D. Mor gan, Chemist', Bowrul. \Vhy not look "young? There's genuine pleas-, lire in holding back Father Tinio fif~ toon or. x\\ twonty MW • ye...

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

25c\yra2 @_c2a.aol of Arts. The usual moirtlily meeting was held last night (Tuesday), Present: • Mr. R. S. Mackenzie (.President), Dr. Mprgan, Messrs. Campbell,_ H.. G.. Eraser, Gv *W". Mars'den, and- A. Holme's (h'on. sec.) . An apology was received from Mr, H. E;, Wickbam foi;- non-attendance., / Correspondence, From John. Sands and'Co, re forw^rdr. ing copy of. Sands' Directory.. ^onx Miss. L.: Maclf.en^ie. (secretary Ministering Children's, League), thanking r?>tbft?comjnjttee-.fof^refund on.'tent of. hall for the ^nijnal ball. The league appre ciated tlje generosity of-the committee. ; From McFarlance & Co,, and Win. , Brooks and: Go, submitting,quotations. for finding books,—Decided', t.o hold matter, •. re binding over till next meeting, in order to obtain further quotations, o.n. mptioq of Messrs. Kyngdon and; Marsden.; From D(ymdi:k and;Cp,, submitting quo tations for, binding, books.—To be .dealt with by th.e.library committee. Librarian's. Report., Since, last...

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Wm. Chittick v. Jno. Flook. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Wm. Chittick v. Jnp4. Poole. | Mr. F-. H. G. Paine for the plaint id, [ Mr. C. C. Gale for defendant. • ' This was an action ifor the recovery of | ^"13 paid for a horse which it was alleged I was not iip. to, the warranty, and for ex | penses incurred in connection with the buying and returning of the said iiorse. The evidence wasvery "Conflicting .and the chief points were as follows :— Wm. Chittick, of Robertson, deposed -that on the 18 th of September lagthe was driving along the Sutton Forest Road with tjenfy Taylpr; they saw defendant op the road, and Tayl°f told .Flook that he (Chittick) was looking for a staunch farm horse ; Flook said that he had a good spring'cart mare for sale ; he would guar siri.tee the mare tp bp quiet and staunch, and that she would pull 8 cwt.; tljey went into the paddock to Flook's-slaughter j'ards, and he (Chittick) saw the mare and asked Flook whqf lie wanted fqr her ; he safd .^15 ; plaintiff, asked for a trial; Flook said the harness was in Moss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

W. Sycr i:^ I il^e3. for Hire.'

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R. Greenbank v. Jas. Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

jR. Greenbank v. Jas. Davis. Mr.. G. C. Gale for defendant, Mr. H. M. Oxlty for plaintiff. This was an ac tion to recover £50 for damage done by the destruction of a fence and of grass by a fire at Joadja Creek. " Mr. Gale raised the'point that security for costs had not been given in case the verdicf wag'in favofc of his client. ' Mr. Qxley said the security' had not been ask-ed for; they were quite prepared to give security for costs if asked for, and he asked his Honor to amend the infor | rriality.' "His Honor postponed the c?ise to next court, May 13th. ' [We understand that this case vyas afterwards settled out of court on terms , agreed on by the parties and their solici tors.]" •' ' ""

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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

qhristian endeavour; anniversary.. Sunday last being the 21at anniversary of the above society,, was celebrated: in the Methodist Church. at J^ittngong, by special sermons preached by the Rov. A. W. Parton.at 11 and the Rav. M. Maddeni at 7-80.. There was a. good attendance i .at both aervipes. and special singing by the choir, while the weather was aim ply perfect.' All seemed to co-operate to make the services a, grand success.. The services were,arrang ed undor. the auspices of the Mittagong branch of the Y.P.S.C.E; who decorated the church very nicely for the occasion.. QJhe Bev. A. W. Parton in the course of his address in- the morning (which, was, especially for. the Endeayou^ersljspolfG some, very encouraging words, to. 'tliern abdjit' Christian Endeavour work which were, greatly enjoyed and we might 6ay inwardly digested by all present. ... During the evening, service the Rev. M'. Maddern. discoursed on two subjects ; the fir^t was to the Endeavourer.s. and the second; lo. t...

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Mrs. Fleeton v. Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

Mrs. Fleeton v. Moss Vale Gouncij. Claim for £3 16s for water rates paid, which' it was alleged the "Moss Vale coun cil'haid no right to' collect.' Mr. G. C. Gale appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. T. A. F. McCarthy for the defendant coun cil.' ■ • " "'' 'There was no appearance of the plain tifi, and the case was struck out, but was subsequently, on reasons being given for the plaintiffs' npp'-appearance,^re-instated at: the request of tyr. Gale, and with the concurrence of Mr,' McCarthy.' It was, j however,' postponed to next court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

A World Wide Reputation. Chamberlaim's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ksmedy has a world wide- mputatioji for its cures. never fails and is jjieanant and safe to take. For jalo by D. Morgan, Cheniigt.Bqwral. HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, . GRAINING^ ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed. All Orders promptly Attended to. Alfred Lees, MJjJRBiaANG-ST, (Workshop Opposite Milton House, Bowral). ■ 589 BUSHELS. ... . of BIO BEANS CAN bo Brown on one plijn' of TONGAN BEAN in a suitable climate, We have other good things in our eutnlogue. Send ono shilling stnmps.for a catalogue and neket of mixed ilo>vor seeds —100 sorts. HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed and I'lant Merchant., Boronia, Barber's Greek, ' N.S.W. ; ' W.FROST-and SON, BUILDERS AID . . „ . UNDERTAKERS, Bong-Bong-Stroet-and Railway Crescent, Ijov/ral,' ESTIMATED PREli. . . . GIJAHQRS ST1UCTLY MODERATE. !)6Q Up to Date Boot Making. ;: w. smith, Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street, B.owral. All kinds of hest work maile tn moRBiire. Tlnnd...

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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

OBSERVATIONS. By an Observer. Efficiency in the art of talking is one of £he principal objects aimed at by colleges and schools throughout the world. Little Johnnie, only recently transformed into Knickers, is packed off to school, and one ,of the first things drilled into his tender and receptive brain is the A.B.C. Later on, he is taught to read aloud from books, * and afterwards to form opinions of his own, and express tlieni in his own langu age. Bujt when he reaches this stage, jfohnnie, who is now 14, considers that he ?nows sufficient, and launches out intp the l?,usy world. Years roll on, and, with them, an ever-present and all-pervadit)g feeling of his own superior knowledge ancj self-importance. By-and-by he studies politics, ag the only theme benefitting one so learned, and to that end enters a de bating class, where he has ample scope to jair his opinions. Learning from his lofty elevation that another confabulation vvas about, to take place in Blackwattle Gully at a try...

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ROBERTSON. ROBERTSON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 3RD, FEBRUARY, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 5 February 1902

RQBEflTSGN POLICE CQUR-T Monday, 3rd, Eeb.ruary, 1902. Before Messw. W. R. Hindmarsh and R. G. Rergiisciri, j's.P. William. Bonny ton/was charged; with stealing one flask of white rum. valued at 3/6, the property of John Hamilton, Hotel keeper. '' ' ' " ' ' ■ •' After hearing the evidence the Bench dismissed the case'. The same'defendant was farther. charg ed with using obscene language in Hoddle street. ' He pleaded guilty, and was fined j£i or 14 days in lockup. " Tlie fine was not paid. The weather is still very, dry, and hot, raiti is badjy" required. All fodder and oth.er crops, will be a complete failure if we do, not get heavy rain at an early, date.

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