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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

A JOiTXG LADY'S ftlFE SATED: • j,4t Panama.- Colombia, by Chamber-; Sairt's Colic, Cholera, and Diar rhoea Itemed y. 4 Dr.Chas. H. Utter, a prominent physician, of 'Fmiama, Columbia, in a recent letter slates: " Last • ^Miirab I liud na a patient a young ladylG years of age v.Iio had a very bad attack of dysentery. • Every thing I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and ■ bIio wis growing worse every hour. Her parents - wen: sure she would die. She had become so weak .that ebo.could not turn over in bed. What to do nt j'.t.hia britioul moment -.was a study for me, but' I , uV.mijjbtt .of -.Chaiuhprlain's Colic, Cholera and . I'ia'rrhoe Remndy ami as a la6t resort prescribed it. . The;mosc/wniHlerfu! result was effected. Within qiKht hours slie was feeling much belter; inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end of ' pno week was entirely well." For sale by D. Mor • §an",' Chemist, Bowral. *

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Election of Mayor. ALDERMAN MURRAY CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Election of Mayor. ALDERMAN MURRAY CHOSEN. Oq Wednesday cvsuing last a speoial meeting of tlie Bowral ooimoil was liold for tlio purpose of electing a Mayor for tho en siling year. There were present, Aid. Christie (retiring Mayor), R. S. Mnckenzie, 3. J. Campbell, T, Mathewson, F. B. Kyngdon, Jos. Stokes, M. Jones, W. Murray, M. Rice and II. M. Oxley, Aid. Christio in extending a formal wel come to Aid. Jones remarked that he would doubtless be an acquisition to the council, particularly in looking after the streets, as his calling enabled hirn to pick out the bad spots. Aid. Moses Jones in replying, hoped ha would bo of servioe to tbe council and rate payers in general. Mayoral Election. " : The ohairman announoed that the next; business was the election of Mayor, and on the motion of Aid. Oxley and Stokes it was decided that the voting be by show of hands. . «3.;. Aid. Stokes nominated Aid. Rica to tlio' position, and in doing so referred to hisl long and faithful services Jo the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

HOUSE-PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, GRAINING, ETC. Workmanship Guaranteed All Orders Promptly Attended to. Alfred Lees, ■ME XUHG^TSTGl-ST, (Workshop Opposite Milton House, Bowral). •589 CAN bo grown on one plant of TONGAN BHAN in a mutable climate; We havo other good things in our catalogue. , Send ono shilling stamps (ov a catalogue and aeltet of raised flo>ver seeds —100 sorts. , HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed and 1'lant Merchant, Iioronm, Barber's Creak, N.S.W. f. FROST and SON, BUILDERS AND . . ' . . UNDERTAKERS, Bong- Bong-Street and Railway Crescent, Bowral. ■ ESTIMATES FREE. ... . . CHANGES STBICTLy MODERATE. 950 - Up to Date Boot Making. w. smith, Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong Street,* Bowral. All liiniln'of boot woil; made to moasuro. - T-Itincl sevvn -boots made to order. BosT RepaiiB in •town. Jjiioi'js1 Pumps turned. Children's School HiioIk ijiudu lo ruoasuro at Store Pi-ipen. - Good Work and Best Material guaranteed Bepairs done same day, i£ required. FRUIT "AND CONF...

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THE LATE MRS. WILKINSON. Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

THE LATE MRS. WILKINSON. Memorial Service. The Rev. J. H. Mullens, Rector of St. Peter's, Woolloomooloo, preached in S. Jude's, Bowral, last Sunday morning and evening. ^3oth services were of a memor ial character, having reference to the late Mrs. Wilkinson, wife of the Rev. E, S. Wilkinson, Rector of S. Jude's, Bowral. There were large congregations, and the music was of a specially appropriate char acter. The Evening Seivice was largely attended, the preacher being the Rev. J. H. Mullens. The text was taken from John 16, 5th verse—" I go my way to Him that sent me6th verse, " Because I have said these things irtito you, sorrow hath filled your heartand 20th verse, " Ye shall be sorrowful, but your sorrow shall be turned into-joy." The preacher said; That was a sorrowful announce ment for Christ to make; for He saw the door through which He was to. pass from the earthly life to the heavenly. New glories would fall on him, but only by the sacrifice of Christ could they be attained....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Biuisima Distiuct A.h. & I. Society < ;—sos -S: ,j-, ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD ON THE SHOWGROUND, MOSS VALE On March 6, 7, and 8, 1902, Grand Hunting- and Jumping Contests-. Sheep Dog Irial. linlries close on Thursday, Feb. 27th, 1903.. JAS. YEO, Hon. Sec. U7S - ' ARE ALIVE To the interests of. our- customers*, and if you ate not. already-'a; buy.er; in. out Stores, we ask for a— . . . Trial Order,. .. And. you will then be able. to> prove the truth, of our statement.. We certainlywould.not.be doing, the-rapidly, increasing business that comes to us were it not that we are RIGHT!' IK PRICES, IN QUALITIES, and IK ATTENTION. To■ the public's need!. Our stock of Boots and Shoes, largely increased and' well assorted, bears none of the terrible tariff. It is a> Free trade Stock, and our figures, are Freetrade, Figures. But this cannot last long. . RUTHERFORD I b AND WICKHAM. . . W L. Dfllr. CeciC Comptom Puptijs Received or Visited in Bowral and District.. PIANOFO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

I BLACKSMITHS. — Wanted, first-class general _) hand, must he Rood Shoor. Apply \V. SOUTH ALL, Goachbuildor, Dowral. 1181 IF PERSON (description known) tJocs not return MiioinlOBli stolen duting Chrisitmaj holidays troiii Mabel Villa, licudooley-sttett, at onco, warrant iseucd. 1180 SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, and COM JIERGIATj EDUCATION tor ladioa and fientlcmen. Aceommoilotion for boarders. ST. I'AUL'S COLLEGE, BURW'OOD. 1173 170R SALE.—CnliaRrapb Typewriter, cheap, and . ia splendid order. Apply—A, W. Bl£13R, Free Press, Bowral. 27OR SALE.—Two yonng C'JWS in full milk, . vory quiot. Also one LADY'S and GENT'S HACK, and one GUILD'S l'ONYV very quiot. ,A1bo light double-seated BUGGY and IIABNiiSS, Apply J. W. NORMAN, Butchcr, Bowral. FOR SALE. 27*011 SALE—Gent's Australian Unver BIKE, . cyclometer, perfect order. 4J6. LaU.v's Huddou BIKE, Brook's Saddlo, perfnot order. £5. Werthcimer Hand SICSVING MAG1IINE, in oase. All aoeoHSories. £2 10/. Owners leaving for Eng land. Apply, " Aytoun,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Tlte best msdicinc known is SANDER it SONS EUCALYPTIEXTBAC I\ Test its eminent powera tut effects in coughs, cclds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In serious eases, and acoidcnls o( all kinds, be they wounds, burna, scaldmRs, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy—no. swelling'—no. inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, dijitheria. bronchitis, inflammation of lungs, swelling, &c., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of kid neys and urinary organs, SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is in use at hospitals aqd medical clinics all over the globe ; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medals, and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amater-. dam. Trust in thiB approved article and reject all others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Went to Visit His Sister. A. J. Cottingham went to Washington Co., Ark., U.S.A., to see his sister, and white there waB taken with flux (dysentery) and was very bad off. Ha decided to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and. diarrhoea Iiemedy and was so much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected, that ho wrote tha manufacturers a letter in praise of their medicine.. Mr. Cottingham resides at Lockland, Ark., U.S.A^ For sale by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowrah

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THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Mittagong, and Robertson.. Saturday, February 15, 1902. MITTAGONG. DROWNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

THE FREE PRESS. Published in Bowral, Blittagong, and Robertson.. Saturday, February 15, 1902. MITTAGONG. From oat Correspondent., DROWNING FATALITY. An iquest touching the death of Fred Grono,who was drowned in Alexandra Lake on Tuesday afternoon, was held at the Court House on Wednesday moming^before the coroner, Mr. A. D. Badgery, and a jury of 12; From the evidence adduced, it ap-1 pears that deceased and three companions took their dinners down to. the Lake after the morning school, and stayed playing there for some time. Deceased while play ing in the boat- got his trousers wet, and going into the abed took them off, wrung them an 3 put them on again. He after wards went on to the spring board, and said to the others that be was goiug to dive. -The little chap could uot swim, and it is thought that he said this in fun, and get ting too near the edge fell in. One of the boys stated that he saw him come up 3: •times and then sink. His companions, evi dently afraid of getting into...

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THURSDAY. The Fair was continued on Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

THURSDAY;": I The Fait.was continued on, Thursday.. The doors-were thrown open, about 3.30,, but very little business was-recorded as a-. ' result of-' the-afternoon's- eflort. The* friends were, apparently, reserving . their energies for the evening,.and.shortly after. dusk a continual'stream. of: people-could' .be.observed-making for the School of Arts. The stallholders were pleasud. at this, hut. what gave them mora satisfaction, was that the-large crowd'had-come with the express! intention of spending their mousy. Ready sales were the order of the evening, and the pretty appe a'ance-lf the numerous stalls liadi assumed a very unpicturesque form by the-' time the lights were put out.. A pro gramme of varied items proved' quite au, eulivening feature of the evening's basines*,. wherein'the busy purchasers were enabled to'enjoy a pleasant rest at intervals during; their bargainings. Foremost among the at tractions, were the Tableaux, five in num bar, which were staged. Mrs. T. S. P...

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SURVEYORS CAMP v. MITTAGONG, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

. 1 SURVEYORS'' DAMP v. MITTAGONG, Mittagong defeated tlio Surveyors'Camp on Sat urday last, in a match played-on tljo forinor'a wiokot, fay 2 wioketB, 112 runs. Scores :— Surveyors' Camp. T. Workman run out.. .. - .. 2i . 'J. Iluthcrford o, b A. NVhito .. .. 0 T. Bannon b A. Wliito .. .. 22 P. Maddon b L. Slieather .. .. 3 W. Whatman o and b Dowling .. 7 • IS;fNicbolls..0and b Dowling.. . .. 0 ■ W. MeCooey o, b A Wliito .. .. . J '• v S. J.'RIeBaron not nut .. .. 8 A. Murphy c, b A, White .. .. 2 I1', rhiliipa b Dowling.. .. ... 1 A. Brooks St., b A. Whito . .. .. 0 Sundries .. .. .. 6 Total .. .. 72 Mittagong. II. ChU.la lbw b Rutherford ., .. 0 W. Parkinson b llullicrford .. , .. - 2 O. Dowling b lluthrrfurd. .. .. 0 f). liudland b \V. Whatman .. .. <11 Jj. Slienther Bt Wlminian b Htacey .. f>2 A. Dowling not out .. .. .. 'i'ti P. OupIm I) Slawy - ,, .. ,, 0 Jl.muilariiV'c lt»t.lu'ilord b Stnnivy .. 1!) U'. Mollis b Smcey .. .. .. !) A, While not out •.. .. .. 0 Sun...

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Cricket. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. ROBERTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Cricket. BOWUAIj ASSOCIATION v. K0I5EBT0N. PARK, The abovo teams met on thcRoborton Park wicket an Saturday last. Tlio Rame resulted in a draw, following arc tho scorcB Robcrton Pork. B. Whatman not out .. .. ,. 92 R. Iiobson b \V. Griffiths .. 22 . II. G.'Fraser b H. Jones .. .. 7 W. Monzies b H. Jones .. 12 O. Stuitb b W. Gviniths : .. 0 D. Madden a L. Coiner b C. Copo .. ■ 11 A. Ford b C. Copo .. .. .. 30 ■S. Smith o P. Sbiel b Griffiths 9 J. Snvcll b Griffiths .. . .. .. - 0 . " W. Norman bE. Jones, .. .. 0 jU. Piggott o H. Poolo 6 B. Jones .. 0 Sundries .. .. .. 23 Total.. .. .. .. 105 Tlowral Association. J. IIngRCtt b Menzies 13 Ij. Comer b 0. Smith ., ., ., 0 J. Griffith3 b O. Smith .. .. 4 W. UrilMihs o and b li. Whatman ,. 20 P. Copo b 11. Whatman . . .. 10 H. Jones not out_ i H. Poolo not out ., .. ti Sundries ,. ., .. 10 ' Five wickots for .. ., 78

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BOWRAL v MOSS VALE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

bo weal; v, moss v.\li3 "runuo schools. | A inn tell between • tennis represonlinf,' I he above snlioob1, in connection witli lhff*8cliool8' Cricket ' {janipetition, wits pin,veil on the ' Surveyors' Camp -wicket, Bowrnl, Inst .--atuHiiy afternoon. When mum pa'were drawn .the .Bowrnl boys wine in the lend, defeating their opponents by 7 wickete, 3 runs. Appended ore the scores : — • Moss Vule. — 1ft Iuningp. R. Ponder c McOoooy b Vieltrry 2 H Player c Snuor b Vitkt'i'.y .. 8 B. Oollard st. linan b 'inner .. . 0 11. IJniley b Vicknry . . . : 5 B. Dunn b Vicliery P ,J. Aynsloy rim out ..* 0 C. Ritchie b Vickery .. .. '5 F. l{ow b Saner ... . • 6 WVI'luBton li Vickery ■ 0 M1. .Ii rvis b Saner 0 C'. Wiles not nut ... .. . , o Snmlricn Total ... . • ! -10 Bowrnl.— luii inninsn. A. Rtepbonn c Riiclne b Ponder .. :3 — McCi.oey b J'Uyor.. .. ... 0 H. Vii:l;er\-not out .. .. ... 37 jr. Esnri b Plavrr .. .. .... ■ 0 V. Saner b Player .. .. 1 0 . , H. Davidson b 1'luyar.. .:j; .. 0 \V, N'e:-bi...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.. Meets every alternate Thursday, at'the Council: Chambers, at %.'40 p.m. Clerlt'B office hours nre : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12j a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7. to 9. j).m.: Fridays, 3 to<, ff.p.m, • Alderman W. Murray, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Harrow, council clerk.

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SECTION 5.—MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

SEOTION 5.—MISCELLANEOUS; ; Map. of Africa—Miss Jeau Middleton (Mitlagoug)., Essay ou Life of President McICinlcy— Master Cliff-Waters. Lady's Spray—Mrs. H. Ei Wiohhnra. 8 Gontlemeu's Buttonboles^-Mias Kate Madderi). Geutleinen's Bfittonhola (by child)—Miss. Maud Marstoii 1, Miss Edio Copo 2. Arra'igemunfc of F.lowcrs ' in Glasses— Miss Kate Mnddern.. Hemmed Tea Towel (for gentlemen only) Mr. E. Davis 1, Mr. T. Copo 2. Reeitaliou by ohildreu—Elsie- Toone. (Book presented by Mrs. A. E. Carter)." Solo (by boy under. 1G), " Old Folks at Home "—Master. A. Stoplions 1, Master A. Brazier 2: Nail- Drivings (for lfidies only)—Mrs. Bonynge (Balmoral) 1, Miss L. Valentine 2; , Speuial Prize for Needlework uwardod to Miss D. Mansfield (CHenqiiarry). The. judgos wore — MesiJiimefi Bonynge (Balmoral), avid O'Reilly (Mbsr. Valo), Mian Valentino for. Needlework,, and' Miss Boss aud,Mr..E, Davis the Art Sections. Tlio evening beiLg cnnl nnrl pleasnnt on ticeii n goodly number ol' people,bo the hall...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

1UILWAY INFORMATION. PAHaEXOEn trains arrive at Rowral (torn Sydney i—» '11.-17 p.m. daily, Saturdays excepted , 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted. 11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m.. daily, Sunday excepted . (5.33 p.m., Saturday, only 7.58 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted. 9.28 p.m., Saturday only Passenger trainB leave Bowral for Sydney' 3.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted ' 0.50 a.m.. Sunday, only, stops Mittagong an#. Stratlificld only 7.3 a in. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted*, stops Alittagong and Stralhtield only 8.31 a.m. Alonday only, stops Mittagong, Picton^ : Ctainville, and Strufclifield only. • 1.3-1 p.m.,daily, Sunday excepted.

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SECTION 4.—NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

SECTION 4;—NEEDLEWORK. Hemmed Handkerchief-— Miss Daisy. M'euzies (Glenquarry). Sis Button Holes—Miss McHligli., Sock Darniug—Miss J(. Mulko (Gleu— quarry); Blouse—Miss Corry.-.

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THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. Tbis feature of the Fair lias been a mark ed success,: and tbis year has been a greater BuocesB.. The entries have been larger, and the interest taken in the exhibition has* been very keen. The exhibits were ranch finer than on previous years, and the results must have been very gratifying to the pro moters. The Hon. Seo. (Miss Duprez) was ably assisted in the arranging and general management of the Exhibition by Miss Maddorn,~and to the untirining. efforts and unceasing exertions put forward by them are due the praise and credit of the success of the fair. The exhibits were tastefully arranged on the platform, and were the centre of' attrac tion. Special mention maybe made of the non-competitive exhibits. A beautiful fret work fire screen was sent by Mr. P. Tam sett, two paintings by Miss Boss, and a collection of photographs by Mr. Ebb. Davis. The hon.- secretary of the Summer Fair was most assiduous in her endeavour to make the Fair what it was—a brilli...

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Industrial Exhibition AND. Summer Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

Industrial Exhibition AND. Summer Fair. On Wednesday afternoon last the Dowral School o£ Arts wis. the scene of great activi ty, the occasion boins» tlie Industrial Exhi bition and Summer Fair in conncclion with tlio Methodist Clinrch. Bunds of willing helpers hiid been busy worlting, as a result of their labours the large ball of the School of Arts became transformed'into a beautiful fair, the arrangement of the different stalls and the decorations of the same presenting a very beautiful sight. Messrs. J. J. Camp bell, G. Allen, C. Waters, A. Stephens, W. W. Smith, E. Brnaier, W. Valentine, Peroy Beer, A. Corry.and H. Ricknrds gallantly assisted the Indies in the fixing up of the stalls and the decorations. Messrs. Cope, Waters, and Campbell were the doorkeep ers, while Mr. Piggott, assisted: the ladies in the tea room. Onentoring the hall one was struck with the fairy-like appearance, and the first stall wo viaitedw&s the " Art Stall," where Miss Kate Maddern was in charge...

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SECTION. 3.—ART. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

SECTION. 8..—ABT; Original Drawing by Child—Miss May Wiclfham 2.. No first Awarded: Painting liy Amateur—Misa E. Gibbous, lV.Wiss Daisy Smith 2. Sketch in Black.aud Wliito—Miss Elaine' Christie.. Chip Carving—Master Stanloy Beoiv. Specimen Handwriting (by boy)—Master. Frank Boer 1,. Master A. Stephens 2. Hiindwriting (by Girl);—Miss Jean Mid? dletou (MittagoDg). Crazy Work—Miss Madden).,

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