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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
WJCSEiKYAN. ; SnvvicQR will bo hold to-morrow tia follows Mittngong, 11 a.m., Mr. Morris.' • ' „■ i : 7 p.m., ltov. "WVE. Bourno of Sydiiey. Bowral, 11 rum, Miss Leonard ofAtnoiica. i7 p;m., Mihb Leonard „ Knngivloon, 11 a.m., liuv. W.K. Bourne. ■ lloliortson, 2.80. p.m., Mr. Wulah, Biirriiwang, 7.30 p.m.- „ „ Miss Ijoovmvil,inily ovangoliat, Irom 'Atnorlcn,"will conduct sorvioea for tho promotion of JlolinoHH oach ovoning noxl wcolt in thoWealcyan Church, Howral.
District Intelligence. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
JjiiOTOiui.—Sinoo my lust report wo have been favor ed with a locturo by tho Rov. 0. 01 Jon, of Bowrnl.. It WftB delivered in tho School of Arts, in nid of that institution. Tho lecture was bused upon Stanley's work—" Through tho Dark Continent." Tlio revc rond gontlemon tracod Stanley's oourno along .the Congo very ably and graphic illy, a id at tho conclu sion spoko of- tho moans of, and obstaolos to, civiliz ing tho thousand!) of benighted Africans. The lcc-. turo was fairly woll attended, considering tho short notico given. Mutual Improvement Society.—Tho meeting on Monday, 10th inst, for dismissing tho question—" Is drunkonnoss a principal fuotor of crhno ?" was well attended. Only four members spoke, howovov, and' tho dobato was adjourned until tho following Mon day ovoning. Tho spoakera were, for—Messrs.. Sheridan and Taylor; and against—Messrs. MuUin and Matthews. ■ . c Tub School of Arts is Bonding to London for JB20 worth of now books which, wheu thoy arrive, will go iv gr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
NOTICE. ■'TirE havo this day disposodof W all onr EIGHT, TITLE, "and INTEREST, in and to tho jlowral Five Press to Messrs. Wil liam nud Daniol L. Boer, and request for them a confcinuanco of .jtliG favours so libornlly bos towed upon us sinco our advent into tho district. All outstanding accounts aro now payablo to Messrs. W.. and D. L. Beer. (Signed.) W. WEBB & Go. Bowral, Feb. 29,188&lt;1. In referring to tho abovo nofcico i wo, the undersigned, desire to stato that.we luivo roaolvod to spare neithor timo nor money in order to .make tho 1'Yec l'rcss as attractive iind useful as possiblo; and wo respectfully appoal to tho public for their continued patronage to asaiab i us in attaining that ambition which i wo now sock, namoly, the realisa- i tion of tho fact that our efforts in i tho sphere of honoat journalism i havo mot with their unaniniou§ I approval. ; (Signed.) . I DANIEL L. BEER) p .Qt r : ] WILLIAM BEER] : I The Ft 'ee pi 'ess, Circulating Library asontj 93...
GARDENING INFORMATION.—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
GARDENING INFORMATION.—MARCH. Kitchen Gaumn.—This should be a period ot great activity. Exhausted growths o£ peas, beans. ; and other craps should lis promptly removed, and preparations be miulo for thoroughly manuring an I working the soil for winter and spring orops. Sow : for a full crop of celery, quick growing peas, and for a chance crop ot I'ranch beans. Whero youn^; J plants arc ready for cauliflower, cabbage, and celery, tlicy should at once bo got into tboir proper lines, taking each up carefully with a ball of enrih 1 to its roots, and mulching well after watering. If, however, nono of those have boon brought forward thoy may be purchased by arrangement from somu of the nuracvymoil, always selecting such plants as have not been wilted by several days' exposure in tho shops. IIoo to keep down weeds and to thin out previous sowings of turnips, always bearing in mind that where the root is the ediblo portion of the plant plenty of room is required for its full development. Ft...
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
BUND AN 0 ON. Os Friday ovoning, March 7th, tho inhabitants of Bundanoon woro considerably astonished with'tho nows that Gillas, tho man who had boon lost in tho Bundtinoon Gullios (or tho last ninotoon days, had tinned up alivo and, comparatively spoaking, well. A short account ol this case may bo of intovost. On Sundiiy afternoon, l?obruary 17tli, Mr; Gillas had occasion to cross a portion of tho Bundanoon Gully to visit tho llingwood Coal Minos, aitnatod on the opposite side from whoro ho was ; M rs. Hancock, wlioso Ikhho ho was leaving, kindly showed liiin tho traok to cross tho gully. Attur slio had loft; linn lie appoar.s to have loft tho track and, waudorod down tho gully in. tins direction of tho main liuiidauoon Gully, and, aH a; result, by tho tinio darkonoaa sot in, lio was oomplotoley bowildorodj and consequently lost hii way. On tho following Wednesday, iv« nothing further had boon hoard of him, search par ticr) started from tlio Tiingwood and Dundanoon ends and soourod...
LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE. We fire in receipt of tho first anuual report of tho Now South Wales Local Option League, of which Mr. P. L. C. Shepherd, J. P., ia ouo of tho vice-prcsiclonts. Tho report first refers to tho reasons which loci to tho formation of this league, namely, aud principally, to bind together tho largo num ber of tcmpcranco organisations so as to present a uuitod aiid solid political front. It then procoeds to give au account of tho meetings held during the year, and also ol' what tho committee has donoin tho direction of striving to securo the extension of local option throughout tho country. From all parts of tho colony petitions, in favor of tho principle of local option have been receivod | by tho league, all of which wore duly pre sented to parliament. The report congratu lates the committee on the success that has attended its efforts during the past year, and concludes by expressing a belief that " tho way is clear to light for tho groat principle of the right in...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
ST. PATRICE'S DA Y RA CHS. On Monday last, St. Patrick's Day, the Bow rnl, Barrawang, and Moss Vale Amateur Turf Club lield its first meeting on Ship ley's course, near Burrawang. The weather was cold and dull, and consequently very nnfftvorable for onting. However, between two and tlireo hundred persoins putin an appearance, and the racing being good, as J well as all tho horscB being local animals, : everyone seemed well pleased with tho day's sport. Mr. M. llice had a publican's booth on the ground. Mr. G. Tate, as starter, and the other officers, performed their ilutios with ontiii'c satisfaction. Financially Lho mooting was a succossfitl ono. Foliow iiro tho rosults of the dilYorcnt events :— Fj.yino Handicap of ono hov. oncli, with 10 hovs. milled fin' nil horses j J milu ; HocotiJ liorso £3 from prize. Mr. G. ltiley's Au Bevoir, list 71b 1 ,1. Rico's oh g .1 0, -lyrs, 7st 101b 2 Miller's Kcmbln, H.st 121b 8 .1. Riley's Silver Morn, Hat 511> Turnbull's Kiiliy, 7st Au ltevoi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
rpENDERS FOR WOODEN BUILDING. Toners ftro invited for tho erection of ft Wo"ou Building for TuWio School purposes at Barium v&nd specifications may bo peon nml forms of touact oMaiue.1, at the office « of Public Instruction, Sydney, ftnd »t I o 1 School, Berrima Colliery, on application to tho t0 Tender*, endorsed " Tender lor wooden »"8' Bprrima Colliery Public Sohool, must be '0l1ncj with "he Acting Under SocroAavy l^vtmcnto Public Instruction, at or beforo 10 o cloi.k a.m. on I Kn^lSfflnd himaoU to accept the lowest or any Tender. j p AB150TT. A LL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE /\UE HUNDRED (£100) REWARD. As it is commonly believed that tho bush on my estate was wilfully set on fire, I offer tho above reward for conviction of tho person or persons who ,udit* S. HORDERN. Bowral, January 17,1881. RICKS I BRICK Si! BRICKS!!! For Salo, any quantity of well-mado and burnt BRICKS. W. C. PEMBER, Near Bowral. TT ILL TOP SAW MILLS. I have this clay appointed Mr. ...
LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
L, a 0 A L NOTE S. Dr; Wilkinson has been appointed addi tional vaccinator for Pieton. Mr. J. Oh Morris will liold ni salo. of' springers and uewly-calved cows at his1 salo* yards this, day at ele.von o'clock., Sue advt_ A; ouioketmatch was played at Oaklauds, Mittagong, 'on Saturday last, between 'f.ho public school teachers .of, tlici district and tint Oiildands Club/ mid resulted in a victory for I ho latter by eight runs. In Bownil during- the. past woolc' tiio weather has-been quite wintry, especially in tho ' morning and evening. On somo' mornings there wore slight frq.^,.*., Re cent showers have caused the grass to grow .i liLllo. which looks. cheerful.: Tub adjourned mooting of the Bowrn.l School of. Arts oouiuiittco was , held, last, Tuesday • ov.uuing, . Nine members wnrn present,,-MivG. Benuott presiding-. The business of the ovouing was mainly confined to the further : consideration of several of the suggestive plans of the now • building^ No decision was arrivod at, but...
A REMARKABLE GAME OF CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
remarkable game of cjtess. A singular game of chess baa just been finishnd in tho north of Scotland. Tho game was begun about 12 mouths ago, in Brook lyn. Tito iirst player, Mr. J. 15. Muuoz, made n move, .and then passed tbo scoring sheet on by post to a friend. That friend made a movo in reply, and then passed tlio paper on by post to another well-known player, who mado a move in continuation. In this way tho document found its way to Baltimore, where Mr. Sellnmn, who played lately in tbo London tournament, added a movo, and sent tho paper on to Jamaica. From Jamaica it was sent to England, and after passing through tho hands of well known players in Loudon and other towns, who each added a move, it began a tour among tho chess players of Scotland. After travelling as far north as Calhvilling ton, tho documoiit was scut back to Sheriff Spens, of Glasgow. That gentleman exam ined tho position, and decided fcbat tho game was lost for white, as black could force an exchange of rooks ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
RELIGIOUS. CMUIICU OK KN'OLAND. St. Siinon and St. Judo'n, Bowrnl. Sorviccs will bo hold every Sunday at 11 ii.in. and 7.!10 p.m. Tho Horvicus on Sunday next will bo as folIowH:— jjong Dong at 11 a.m. Stilton 1''oiuhI at 11 n.m. Mt. Anhby at il p.m. Bimdiinoon at !1 p.m. Mos.i Valo at 7..')0 p.m. During Ivont there will be a ahoit service at Bang Dong ovory WeJneaday and I'Viday at 5 p.m. l'rayor Mooting in Schoolroom, Alooa Vulc, on Saturday at 8 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
MIS C E L L A N E 0 U S. At ClaphanT" Junction, where the groat railroad systems of Loudon connect, tlio rails lie together like the wires of a piano. Sixteen hundred trains a day run over them. There is no shrieking of whistles or clanging of bolls. They keep their signals for their officials, and outsiders must expose themselves at their own' risks. A tunnel way for tho passengers connects the whole, so that no one is allowed to cross tho rails oxcopt the employes, who grow foolhardy and now and then como to grief. On the average one man is killed every six woeks. For originality commend us to the navvy who recently travelled from Gundagai to the railway works at Goal Cliff, drawing a covered handcart containing bedding, &c., and having suspended underneath it a num ber oi buckets, billy cans, and other such fixtures. It may bo hardly correct to say that he has drawn the cart all tho way, for on the back of tho vehicle is rigged a mast, with yard-arm, sail sheets, ami brac...
DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE MOSS VALE. On Thursday ovoning last tlio members of. tbo Moss Vttl'o- Amateur Dramatic- Club gavo their second public performance in the oddfollows' hall, Moss Vale, before a crowded houso. Tho pieces produced were the comic dramas Look beforo you Leap and Cherry Bounco, tho former being placed on tho boards first. The same piece was played by tho members some monlhs ago and wins a groat sucuoss, the audienco being highly delighted with l!»o exhibition of histrionic, ta^tu uriit ability display oil by the performers, uiostof whom bad never appeared in public previously. It was though!., therefore, thin,, it might with good grace bo repeated in-a few. months, which, was /accordingly done, and with , what oifoct was shown by the hearty manner in which it was rocuived by tho audience on Thursday evening. The curtain, rose shortly al'Lor eight o'clock, amidst vociferous applnnso, to a wretchedly furnished room, representing an apartment in the liouso of John Gubbins...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 March 1884
0 0 MMEBOIAL, SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO iOPEUATlVia COMl'ANV fr,™.™., \ Butter, 1st, per lb., 18J to 21(1 ,, no doniaml Bacon, best Mcriinbula hand cured por lb., 9d tolOd ■ „• boat, machine onrod, 8d'to i)d ' „ heavy and rough, -Id to 7d Hams, bcst-Mc'riinbula, hand curod, lOd to la ,, machine cured, 8d to 10d'.. •Lard,5d to 7d Ohces'o 1st, por lb., 5d to Gd 2nd and inferior, 3d to del Pigs, alive, por lb, 4d, to 5d , : , V . r Calves, each, 5a Od to 20s 0J Hides, por lb, 3d Calf slrins, ouch, Is to Is Cd t Tallow, por ton, £28 to £82 Maizo, per bushel, &lt;ls lid to Cfl Ilay, oaten,por ton, JEJ 10s to JC5 10s „ lucerne, do., £3 lOd to .CO Os Od Potntoos, do., £3 5b to £3 10b Od , Fowls, por pair, 2a Od to 3s Od Duolcs, do, 3m !)d to -Is 3d Geese, do, Cs ttd lo Gs Od Turkeys, do, Gs Od to 12» Od EgKst l'01' doz., 1r !)d to 2s Od March 20th, 1881.