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SECTION 2.—PRESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

SECTION 2.—PRESERVES. Three Bottles Jam—Mrs. J. J. Campbell., Three Bottles 'Jelly—Mra. Corrie (Colo, Vale.). ■ ' Three Bottles Preserved Fruit—Mrs. W.. Beer. Collection Home Made Swoets — RIiaa< Gorry. Tomato Sauce—Mrs. W. Beer.,

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

ROBERTSON. From-.our Correspondent. On Saturday last Mr. J. T. Hayter sub mitted the publican's and refreshment booths in connection with the forthcoming show of the Robertson Agricultural Society, when the following prices were realised:— No. 1 Publican's booth,. Fred Graham, Boyal Hotel, £15 10a; No. -2 Booth, John Hamiltou, Sanitarium Hotel, £10; Refresh ment booth, Church-of England,Committee, £2.2.6. The lialf-yearly meeting, of the Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., was held in the School of A-yts on Saturday,. 8tli Febru ary. T. Seery Epq., Chairman of Directors, occupied the chair. The business of the meeting was to receive half-yearly report and balarsce-sheet, to elect three directors in lieu of Messrs \V. R. Hindmarsb, A. Kiiox, and A. M. Smi.h, (who retired by rotation), and to appoint an auditor. The manager (Mr. N. H. Throaty) read the report and balance-sheet, which, after a few explanations had been given,, was unan imously adopted.. Four nominations were received'...

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LADIES AT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

LADIES. AT CRICKET.. On Wednesday afternoon last,, the old Recreation Ground, Mitlagong, • was the scene of a very exciting cricket match-, be I fcween, teams of ladies undfjentlemen, which resulted in a win for,the ladies, by 78 runs. The gentlemen were as usual, handicapped by having to bat, bowl, and field with the " mauldy " /hand. The scores, were— Ladies 123, of which Miss Harvey made j 46, and-Miss G. Loseby 21; gentlemeu 50, Mr. G. Hill'lop score-with 15. The after noon's enjoyment was- enlivened by selec tions from, the Mittagong Brass Band. During the afternoon a break was made for choice refreshments, which were provided by Mrs. A. W. Tooth..

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

/fisi V W$ mitt#! im THE stakdfiso , KiGH-0LAS8 CCRSET IN THE TRAD- THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Avoid Inferior. Im^atlons, and s<*e that each pulr, If \ beats this Tr«.do Mark on baud inside; M igffi (I g2ta:na:l: Fncr.i all chafers everywhere. Sola Agents for Australia— v". b5s8b08ff a Co. FLINDERS LANE, MELHOURNE. DARHACK ST.. 3YDNEY. ^ 5 2» $5 fk ft tf5* Embodies the #on\ qnnlttw b bf 1 ca or i* ['*i 3 ? ?-» a fj ^ 2 F' Vf /I J £_ without inju y to the Nervous f r i ?7 gf & jgr u m f2 p |uM /• f. L g? iiysusii, a*:;l dto.* not 2nto:ccaio, ** IS. Bi l«4,3 49 si. f$L&» "'Vi '""' ••'• Tne p's ro:!)irfl a fl c glial, alt" drew (J ffom'the VooOuf Uw DamJc'lion. " and \ ail til-- Drn?.:n£T row, r. Coin-, p:r;a.n« R«. * rvv. &y,^A l.r# n Toiisk. Il s. a>< Ap|»-iisVr "ll * n tilot>:l t'lirilicr, IlV hrf \4i il ul.c I uur Looks liki? I.VVr:' It laMes lil.e IJwm'. * 'i W^y^J I ll's it A.Vmnfiv u* »»« U ,?* s< * i>u'titi£o, Wh »ni«...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ' Moses having entered the " promised;" •land, will he keep his 'Aar on. * * *... ■ Saturday's,electiou eviuced' the ratepay ers' interest iu Oxley Ward. Every avail able-voter got somehow or other to the poll,, and by a majority of six Mr.. Christie was relegated to the. cold- shades of municipal oblivion, for every dog: is said to have its day.After the state of the poll, was pub lished,. the supporters of the elected one toasted effusively, and they all eventually got home, but the return journey was done on ShaulssVpony; VP • I It might hfive been the genius of uhrewd' common sense that no!tinted fcha good men •and true of Oxley. Ward to.select a Jehu as their represeutativej.since- whilst handling the ribbons, cach little jolt oil' the road would- be traiismUted to the • Aldermanic ; brain; arid'at some time or oilier - cause the bii'tli of an-iilenv. v Jliiiiicipiil councils need. idoa3, otherwise they succeed-admirably- in. doing nothing miich. ■ The princ...

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SERVICES TO-MORROW. Church of England. ss. SIOMS AND JUDE, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

B E B V10 K S T 0 - M 0 It HO \V. Church of EdglnnA.' SIMON AS!) JUOB. lillWBAIi. Divine Somen". 11 and 7.30 : . ' / >•!•. i-TEl'IIUN's, MITTAGONG. Services il ei.u 7.30 . ' ■ *>> "t>rniiolioi,,"Rev..D. Riillcflgc.: a WIN'OEOAHKinilKS. East Kangaloon 11. Robertson 3, Rm'rawnng 7.30 . ' 'Rnv. D.'J.\ Smith. Methodist Church. ; Bowtal—Bendoolej'-su'eec, Rev. li. J.. iRndd 11; lionu UonR-strei't. Rev. M. Uaddern 7.30 Mittn^ong, Rev \I. Jladderu il, Rov J3. J. Uodd 7;2Ck Mobs Vftlo, Rev. M. Maddssn 3 liundnnoon, Rev. A, W.'Pfittnn 11 nnd 7-^0 ■ Penrose, Rev. A. W, Parton 3 - . ■ . : . Presbyterian Ghurek. MittngonR.il .: Dovvral;.3.|)0 and .7.30 , Rev. G-. A. Gordon. Jlumm Catholic ••Churuh. __ Ujwrol.9, Berrimn 11 ' •Rov. Fr. Sheridan, Salvation Army. , ' • ' Barracks, Oddfellows' Hall, Bowial, 7 and 11 n.ni, .3 and .7 p.ra. s Captain E..IS. BiUer. - • At the Moss Vale Police Court on Wednosdny three pereons were fined for travelling on this rail way without tickets. Three p...

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

GLENQUAR11Y. From our. Correspondent.. i . Owing to the early removal of Mr. and Mrs.. EL G. Frasei> from, this district, it was decided at a public meeting bold out here on Wednesday. night to make them a presentation of an illuminated address and I piece of silver plate respectively,, and sub scriptions were started with that object; an influential committee of ladies and: gentle men was appointed to carry out the- details in connection with the proposed presenta tion, four gentlemen agreed to canvass the differeut parts of the district, and a. list was also sent to the librarian of the School of Arts at Bowral.. As Mr., and Mrs. Fraser are to be in their new home on. Monday week, the titae is- very limited, and it is therefore proposed to close the Hats last thing to-night. (Saturday).

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The 'Spirit' World. AMUSING SIDE OF SEANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

I lie 'Spirit' World. AMUSING SIDE ' OF SEANCE5. ■ The experiences of one man with the professional spiritualists have furnished him with a.greatdeal of., amusement, and there is probably not a person outside the. rankf,of:the profession :.,\yhps knows- more, about the seance-giving fraternity lhan.Wg does. Eor years he ;has bepn attending seances, and he is familiar;with the-.work of many qiediums. They look'.on,; him-as a, believer,.for he is: ap: enthusiastic and liberal patron of- the ^ea.npes, and th'e amount of money he.spepds in ..this., way is regarded,as the best possible indication that he is a believer. ' MATERIALISATION SEANCES'. .. ■ KThe materialisation seances are the. most interesting and. impressive: of all," says the amateur expert on spiritualistic entertainments/ -.'A. There is:.a< platform at. one end of the room, which is otherwise like an ordinary, parlour.,in iwhich there, .is room for thirty persons to sit comfortably.1 Over the platform, th.ere i...

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An Antediluvian Man. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

An Antediluvian Man/ By. A BANKER. In the Br^tisl? ftluseum, Lo don,is n.o,w ex hi'hitisd the.recently discovered embalmed bodj' of a man, supposed to be one of the aboriginal inhabitants.o| the earth. Judg inpffrom the implements foundiu the se pulture lie lived during the stone age oi Egypt, and therefore long before the civi lized .times of Moses and the great Pharaohs. -The body, which is not anen i wrapped; m,un)m.y, is iri an extraordinary state of preservation, thousands upon j thousands of years havingapparently roll I ed on without leaving their mark upon it; the fomplexion. is' fair and. ruddy, alto ' gether different from the brown -hue of the Egyptian of the present day, the cheeks exhibiting almost a glow of health, while tlie curly hair is a bright auburn; the man having apparently died, in the prime virile life. So effectively has the body been preserved that; standing a short dis tance away, it might easily be mistaken' for a living man! As an Egi'ptian civilization ...

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

"VTOW OB NEVER;—After a.record run of seven. years, that artistic and higtorip gem. of Cyclo ruinn art, tbo Cycloramu of Jerusalem,' Sydney, is about to be dismantled to make way for. fresh at-. traetionH. Immediately after Easter, Monday.,, or. about the 2nd of April, the Cyelorama will be oloscd, for about six weeks tp remove " Jerusalem," and lit. up n fresh exhibition. All. lpvers of Cyeloramio Art, Cincmetographic exhibitions, illusions, and the. many aide shows, should,not.fail tp pay ono moie. visit to this renowned show, before 'tis too lato. lfct is a matter of " now or never." f" JEWELLERY. JEWELLERY!' Oi the Latest Mesigi;.. English "and American Watches kept in stock. Watches oleaned from 2/0. Best Main Spring 2/0, litooeli L'ins. Od, Watch, Ulassen, 01, Engraved,name Od.,and 1/., • Jewellery made to order. Old.Jewellery liotiglit or Exchanged., ALL WOI'.IC (! IJ A R ANTE ED. Oppaiiic Ruiherfard St Wickham's, EOVVflAL.. 107S-, ->ROBERTSOr, Tli.e, L:a.iiug Hotel in Tow...

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

'{ It's a Well-Assorted, Match'1 is the exclamation of every lovul .Englishman in speaking of the recent marriage of Piinco George of Wales and Princess May. That the hnppypiiir will be spared to rule over our country wisely and well, and enjoy the blessing of sood health, is a prayer that will find mi echo in matiy hearts. Hollowny's. Pills And Ointment havo been the means of prolonging tliousauds of people in all parts of the world; on.d now tb'ey are looked upon •Jis'lilic most reliable family medicines. In cases of dysentery, diarrhoea, sick headacbo. ever* indigestion and liver complaint they are unapproachable by any known remedy, They are sold by all chemists and modicine yendors. A, Cure for ffliolcra Iiifantiim: Last May," says Mr. Curtis Baker, of 'Book-, waiter, 0., U.S.A., " an infant child of'our neigh bour's was suffering from Cholera Infantum. Tbo doctor htid gi'on up all hopes of: recovery. I took a boltle of Ohnmborlain's Colic, Cholera mid Diar rhoea Bemedy to the ...

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KANGALOON v. EAST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 15 February 1902

KANGALOON v. EAST KANGALOON. A match was played between Kangaloon and a   pick up team from East Kangaloon on Saturday afternoon last, on the former's wicket, resulting in a win for Kangaloon by 2 wickets and 70 runs. Fol lowing are the scores:—   ; East Kunjjaloon. K Akors st. Harridan b JJ. Piper .. '35 H. Alters c Cupitt, b Broo'ter.. .. 1 T. Fuller c.HumpluivH b Brooker .. 28 ' ' G. ,Wills b Bronk-jr .. .. . . 1. E.'Burnhnm c Piper b Brooker .. 0' ,1. Fredericks oR. Noblo b II. Piper ' 4 W. Poricr u (Jupitt b Uiouker .. 0 W. Uriyht b H, Piper., ., ,, 13 0. Brooker b Hmniibiiea .. . !) ,1. Itowland li J3, Noblo .. ... 1(3 - l1'. OigfiixiB not out .. .. 4 Sundries .. .. IX Total .. ... 07 Kiuiyaloon. fi. Cupitt'c Rowland b Wills (I. lirookw e Aker.s b Wiils .. A. Nuble not put G. Pearson o 8. Alters 1) ljnrnhatn. 11. Piper o Sqb I) Akqrs J. Pipi.-r e Rowland I) S. A-kors J; Pearson b S. Aliers.. .. K Noble (i Snb. b Fuller .. 11. Noble o Akus b Fuller .. ...

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TWO CHICKENS FROM ONE EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

TWO CHICKENS FROM ONE EGG. A poultry-keeper at Boston, in Lin colnshire, had a large number of double eggs, so he thought he would try a setting of them and see what the result would be. Twenty-nine chickens was the result, and they are all doing well. The mother is said to have been rather astonished at her large family, and muat have hud some difficulty in finding shelter for them all. They are all black, of the Minorca breed, and have had a large number of visitors.

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PLANTS IN A STATE OF COMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

PLANTS IN A .STATE OF COMA. A German professor has recently made a discovery little ;.ahort of marvellous. He has invented a liquid which, injected into the stein of a growing plant, has the remarkable effect of throwing that plant into what can only be called a state of trance. The plant stops growing, but does not die. On the contrary, the leaves remain green and lifelike, and stand up stiff and erect. Moreover, they are absolutely imperiviona to any change of temperature or moisture. The most tender palm or fern will stand the intensesfc frosts of winter. Nothing seems able to disturb their strange repose.

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THE TARIFF FOR ITALIAH TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

THE TARIFF FOR ITALIAH TITLES. According to the latest list of prices, the tariff for Italian titles is as follows : That of " Prince " costs 40,000 franeB (£1,000) j of "Duke," 30,000 francs (£1,200); and of " Marquis," 25,000 franca (£1,000). ■ "Counts" are cheap ai £800. " Barons " are literally thrown away at £480, while the ordinary " noble " is only worth £200. Bat prices, they say, have a "bull" tendency ! A liberal discount amount ing to as much as 40 percent, is allowed to the economically-minded who do not desire their titles to be hereditary. It should be mentioned that these prices refer to' titles conferred by the King. At the Vatican they are "cutting" prices tremendously. The title of " Count," for instance, coats bat £480, and of " Marquis " but £120 more.

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STORY OF MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

STORY OF MR. CHAMBERLAIN. Most folk have heard of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain's passion for orchids, and many are aware that the popular poli tician wearB one of those choice blossoms in his coat whenever he appears in public. This fuct led some time ago to the following amusing incident •— During the progress of a recent political meeting in the provinces, at which the right hon. gentleman was announced to speak, an old man of the labouring class was observed to be push ing his way to the front* 'Which is 'im?' he excitedly de manded of an acquaintance. 'Who?' • Woy, Ohamberlian. Which o' that lot's 'im V indicating the gentleman as sembled on the platform. 'That clean-shaven chap theer; 'im with the glass-eye,' responded the one addressed. 'Is that Ohamberlain?' slowly ejacu lated the querist, in a disappointed tone. ' Of coorse it is. Wot do you think on 'im, eh V 'Woy, I think 'e's a regular fraud. That's wot I thinks.' His companion at once entered upon a spirited defence of the pol...

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LONDON ON THE BORDER OF DESTRUCTION. To Be Wiped Out by a Huge Wave. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

LONDON ON THE BORDER OF DESTRUCTION. To Be Wiped Ont by a Huge Wave. According to a recent theory of lorae geologists London ia on the border edge of destruction, the destroying angel being the great Antarctic icecap Which has been forming itself for centuries, and which holds at present in its grip all the waters drawn from- off the Northern Hemisphere. Geologists believe that this great ice Backer has reached the stago of perfec tion when it- will break up again, letting loose all the waters of its suction over the two hemispheres, and com pletely flooding the low-lying lands of Europo, Asia, and North America. This being the case, London will be swept out of sight in less time than can be calculated by this great wall of water a mile high, and huge blocks of ice be hurled here, there, rind everywhere. But the spectre of Death' hangs over London in other .ways than this. Some three hundred tons of fog lie over the metropolis almost daily, the death-rate of a daily fog being calcul...

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ANARCHIST CLUBS IN LONDON. The Hatching Places of Assassination and Violence. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

ANARCHIST CLUBS IN LONDON. The Hatching Places of Assassination and Violence. A great number of this bloodthirsty fraternity make London the centre for directing their operations, and their place of refuge. It is questioned by many people whether the British authorities ought not to resist this brotherhood of destruction, and deny them the freedom and protection which they seem to think their right on English soil. Surprise iB sometimes ex pressed that English statesmen are not marked out by the Anarchists in London for assassination. But as a well-known Anarchist said to the writer, "We hate your police for the succcssful way in which they raid and take possession of our clubB, but we value too highly our , only asylum and plotting-ground to risk expulsion, or being handed over to the tender mercieB of French' or German authorities." The writer visited a famous Anarchist elub in London. The Club Anonymous is not its-name. Its real name does not mutter, except to the Anarchists who ...

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THE PRODIGAL FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

THE PRODIGAL FATHER. Miss Kendall, sitting in her pleasant room •waiting the call to breakfnst, heard a strong resonant voice say at the door below her window : " Good morning, Mrs. Carr; I'vo come over, ns formerly, to see if I could get some freah milk.'" " Certainly, Mr. Thorp. Come in. And bo you uro home again 1" " Yes, for a time. I drift this way unco in a while." " Tilings look about the samo here, I sup poso ?" " JuBt the same, Mrs. Carr. I never know a placo to stagnate so effectually as Mclford docs. People grow old and die, otherwise there is no change." " Oh, wo have had several new buildings crcctcd since you went away. By the way, where have you been these last four years ?" " Mostly in China. .trot a bad country to live in if you don't have to work. Tilings are very cheap there." MisB Kendall peeped through the blinds and saw a retreating figure carrying a pit cher. It was a strong-framed man, with a resolute, handsome, dark-complexioned face, he was about 50 years o...

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JUST FOR REMEMBRANCE INCIDENT OF THE BOER WAR. A COMPLETE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 19 February 1902

JUST FOR REMEMBRANCE IHGIDENT OF THE BOER WAR. ;:o-: A COMPLETE STORY. At last, thank goodness !' mut I I tered 'the Parson,' as the Sussex left Circular Quay. He was feeling sore at lieart, and tired of body. The incesBant cheering had increased an already bad hoadache, and naw the uproar of his hilarious com panions was almost more than he could stand. They had all been wild with delight at the sudden orders for the Gape ; and now that they were actually off, their spirits soemod to burst all barriers. No doubt each young fellow carried Bonie very Boft spot in his heart, and felt again and agafn, even amidst all his merriment, the stab of some bitter parting with mother, dieter, wife, or fiancie. But to ' the Parson '—the youngeat lieutenant in the regiment— they seemed a pallous crew. Perhaps not one man in that crowded, cheering boatful had such cause for soreness of spirit bb the tall, thin, grave-faced youth, whom his brother officers had dubbed * the ParBon.' Dubbed him so on...

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