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Pedestrianism. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Pcdestriamsm. On-Saturday afternoon last two local peds, : William Morris aiid Charles Mallon, ran a 'a race for £2 10s. a-side, distance SO-yards, in Mrs. Oxley's paddock. About fifty; spec tators witnessed tbe event which was won by Morris by two or three yards.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Berrima District Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Bcrrima Mstrlcfc Coursing €lub0 A general meeting of members of the above club will be held at Hanrahau's Hotel, Moss Vale, to-day (Wednesday) at '8 o'clock. We understand the special business will com prise tlie election of office-bearers and the arrangement of a programme for the com ing season ; and the adoption of last season's balance-sheet.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

CONDENSED ITEMS, .. A Shetland pony recently bought at Con neautville, Pa., weighs only 15l,b. In Germany a law student must study law for eight years before he may practise. At Foo Chow, in China, is a " stone bridge spanning .the .river 800. years old." I The property of the late Sir John O'Sh'anr. assy in New South Wales has been proved at over $74,000. Last year the police destroyed 1792 dogs in the metropolis and 800 in the country for nou-registration. Twen;ty-one Chinese . lepers were shipped recently on one vessel from San Francisco to their native land. It is reported in Sydney that Mr. Jas. Watson intends to resign his seat for the Gundagai electorate, being about to proceed to England. At the close of 1884 there Vere 21,381 qualified medical practitioners residing in England and 'Wales, as against 19,947 at the close of 1882. The Australian Jockey Clul? ;is launching out, consequently prosperous.: At their.an nual meet this year upwards of. £10,000 will be given for prize...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Practical Cutteii and Tailor, BE RBI MA, EEGS' to announce that he will, »on application by letter, ATTEND GENTLEftpjN, at their own residence, with upwards of 400 PATTERNS of the VERY BEST MATERIALS ; and being , now ,in a1 mote comfortoble position,-wrth no expense whateverj is thus enabled to GIVE HIS CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT of the high rents and other expenses BY REDUCING THE PRICES of all Garments,. Will Visit Bowral Regularly Every Wadncsday from 1 till 2 o'clock. SUITS TO MEASURE FROM £3 : : : : : TROUSERS FROM Ids. ■ ~ N.B.—Goods taken,in return'for Orders from Storekeepers and Tradesmen. ' ' ' 545 Bowral Casli Tailoring 'Establishment, t. i^ixltams, / :l Tailor, &c. T AATf ■ A nn rpTTTQ Some people can do all their own work, but T. WILLIAMS LUUlV A1 liliU : the Tailor HAS TO. EMPLOY HANDS,. l__o . The question is asked—" How is it that T.W. does such a trade?" The answer is simply this—'"The. Material ^ie keeps is.good, the Workmanship .first-class, .the Pit perfect, ...

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Litigation at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Litigation at Mittagpiig.. It is a. proverbial remarlr that tiie' more police courts there are the more litigation there is;, and just now this, would seem to specially apply to Mittagong. With a court house almost agin one's door many people are too prone to abuse the much-valued privilege of seeking the protection of the law for wrong done, and to rush, into- court in cases where a settlement outside? might very frequently be easily and amicably made, thereby preventing the widening of breaches of friendship • between, different parties. Especially where the litigants are next-door neighbours a peaceable settlement of trivial" differences should more-frequently be sought to be brought about. But so-j long; as people avail themselves of the privilege of making public their petty brawls in the police'courts so long will the lawyers continue to feast off the fat of indiscreet clients. At the Mittagong. police court last Monday there were no fewer than twelve cases disposed of,, the b...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

JUMJUJJJIUmilUllBCBM HEALTH FOR ALL ! ! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT, THE PILLS Purify the Blood, correct all Disorders 'oi the Liver, Stgbiacii, Kidneys, & Bowels. They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the Aged they are priceless. THE OINTMENT. Is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. For disorders of the Chest it lias no equal.' Fob :Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Glandular Swellings, and all :Skin Diseases -it has no rival; and for Contracted and Stiff ,Joints it acts like a charm. Manufactured only at Th;omas Holloway's Estab lishment, 78 New Oxford-street (late 533 Oxford-street), London. And are sold at Is. IJd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all Medicine Vendors throughout the world. SSr" Purchasers should look, to ' the L...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, February 25, 1885. Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Hoforal Jfrcc Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends* Wednesday, February 25,1885. Mittagoitg Police Ccmrt. Monday, February 28. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., II. Childs, P. L. 0. Shepherd, and N. C. C. Phillips, J's.P. ■>< 1 James Williams, for making use of obscene-lan guage in Mittagong, was fined 10s. and 6s. 6d. costs of court. James Regan, for drunkenness at Mittagong,. was fined 10s. and Gs. 6d. costs of court. Bridget Arm field v. Dinah Fraser.—Assault. Pleaded guilty. Fined 10s. and 6s. 6d. costs of court. William Comer v. Charles Willis.—Insulting language at Bowral on the 4th instant. , Mr. Goodfellow appeared for complainant and Mr. Nichols for defendant.. After hearing the evidence the bench dismissed the case without costs. Charles Willis v. William Comer.—Threatening language at Bowral on the 4th instant.. Mr. Nichols appeared for complainant and. Mr. Goodfellow for defendant. After hearing the evidence the benc...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Obituary. WE regret to record two deaths which have taken place during the last few days. On Saturday evening last Mrs. William Walker,   mother of the late Mr. W. Walker, whose death was announced some few weeks ago, died at the residence of Mrs. Alexander McRae, Mittagong, where the old lady had been staying for some time. The funeral of deceased took place in the Church of England burial ground at Berrima on Mon- day afternoon. — The second death is that of Mrs. Parker, wife of Mr. Edward Parker, a railway employee residing at Bowral, which took place on Monday last. The deceased who was sixty years of age, had been ailing from the past sixteen years from a complaint affecting the lungs, and had suffered very much during the last two years of her life. The funeral of deceased will take place this (Wednesday) morning. James Coleman, of Picton, police con- stable, is insolvent. Liabilities, £163 19s. Assets, £42 10s. Mr. Stephen, official as- signee.   &am...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Mr. G. O'Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 February 1885

Mr. G. O'Byrne. In referring to the recent public dinner to the above gentleman the Cootamundra Her- ald of Saturday last says:- The banquet gave strong evidence of the high esteem in which Mr. O'Byrne was held in the Mitta- gong district. He has been gladly wel- comed here, having paid three visits to   Cootamundra; and, from our knowledge of   Mr. O'Byrne, we think the people will al- ways find him ready to do what he can to meet the public requirements, consistent with a due regard to the interests of the country.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

CONrCNSED ITEMS. Great boat race, Beach versus Clifford, to-day. Mr. J. F. Hargrave, ex-jtidge of the su preme court, is dead. Tuesday next has been proclaimed a pub lic holiday throughout the colony; Probate lias been granted in the will of the late . Alexander McKae for £538; The report- that Mr. Watson intended to resign his seat for Gundagai was unfounded. Anne Maria Carter, of Picton, widow, is insolvent. Liabilities £16 ; assets £1. Mr. Stephen, official assignee. It is understood that the Government will introduce the Federation Enabling Bill in the House of Commons after Easter. A splendid nugget weighing over 21 pounds has been found in shallow workings, near Berlin, Dunolly District * Victoria. The Randwick Borough council have re solved to borrow .£14,000 to carry on the necessary public works in that municipal ity. It is announced that his iloyal Highness the Prince of Wales; accompanied by the Priucess, will pay a visit to Ireland in April next. A girl ilahied Annie Jow...

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Inspection of Vernon Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

Inspection of Yeruoii iSoy& CommAn^er Neitenstien, the superintendent of the N.S.S. Vernon* has recently been in specting a number of the boys apprenticed from the vessel in the southern parts of the fiolony, aiid we ard informed that* although his journey was made without notice* lie found the most satisfactory relations exist ing between the boys and their employers. In sill fifty-two home3 were visited* in the vicinity of Yass* Murrumbaternan* Picton, The Oaks* Mittagong* Moss Vale* Berrima, Siitton Forest* Kangaloon, Robertson* Bur tfdwring* Wild's Meadow* and Kiama j and the tour of inspection occupied ten days; The superintendent received valuable assist tance from the police in the various dis tricts* and was accompanied on each visit by a mounted constable,in order that any boy who might appear to have been improperly tteated Could be at once removed. In four instances a slight roughness appeared to exist between employer and apprentice* but the superintendent was ab...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

MITTAGONG. (From our own Correspondent.) On Friday evening last a very select quadrille party was held m the Canterbury Hall under the auspices of the Mittagong Brass Band. The room was very neatly decorated, and the floor well spermed. Eight o'clock was the advertised time for commencement, but the admirers of the light fantastic did not iroli lip until about nine o'clock. There were about fifteen couples present. The band; Under the leadership of Mr. J. Hardy, per formed very creditably, considering they have only been in existence about twelve incnths. Everyone seemed to eujoy them selves until the large hours of morning be gan to appear when the party was concluded by the band playing God Save the Queen, and everyone seemingly well pleased separ ated for their various homes after a most enjoyable night; The last two courts held here seem to to have transacted a great deal of business, and I think that when the reckoning day comes Moss Vale and Berrima will be left far in the sha...

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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

Cricket. Australia v. The English Eleven. The above match was concluded on the Aa. sociation Ground, Sydney, last Tuesday, and after a most exciting game was won by the Combined Eleven by 6 runs, Following are the complete scores Combined Eleven.—First Innings. A Bannerman, o Peel b Flowers ,, IB Jones, st Hunter, b Flowers ., ., 28 Horan, c Hunter, b Attewell ., ,. 7 Scott, c Ulyett b Attewell ' .. .. 5 Bonnor, c Barnes, b Flowei'3 ., ,, 18 Trumble, c Read, b Attewell ., .. 13 Massie, c Scotton, b Flowers ., , 2 Jarvis, b Attewell ... ., 0 Spofforth, st Hunter, b Flowers }. 3 G-arrett, not out .. .. 51 Evans, c Hunter, b Ulyett .. .. 33 . Byes 3, leg-byes 3 f, ,, ,, 8 Total.. .. ,, ,, 181 2nd Innings. Bannerman, o Shrewsbury b Ulyett . . 16 Bonnor, b Ulyett ., ,, ... , , 2'J Horan, b Bates ., ., ,, . 36 Jone3, b Attewell ,, , , 22 Scott, c Barnes, b Attewell ., , 4 Trumble, c Ulyett, b Bates . 32 Massie b Bates .. ,. ., , . 21 Jarvis c and b Peel , » •• . .2 Evans, b Bates ., ., .,...

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The Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

The Patriotic Fund. A meeting of the gentlemen appointed as the committee of the Patriotic Fund was held in the Mayor's room, at the Town Hall, last Wednesday afternoon. The chair was occupied by his Worship the Mayor. The hon. treasurers reported that the manager of the Bank of New Zealand had decided to allow five per cent, interest upon the amount of money deposited from the date of the first deposit. It was resolved that a letter, to take the form of a circular, should be prepared by the executive committee, and be forwarded to the various muncipalities throughout the colony, requesting the formation of branch committees in connection with the Patriotic Fund within theirmuncipalities, fcheamounts subscribed to be forwarded to the central committee. It was decided, further, that a circular with authorised lists should be sent to all the banks, insurance, and other public com panies with the city of Sydney, and also to the principal merchants and manufac turers of Sydney, inviting...

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Supreme Court, Sydney. TUESDAY FEB, 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

Supreme Court, Sydney* Tuesday Feb. 24. Equity Appeal.—Before their Honors^ Sir James Martin, C.J., Mr, Justiee Faucett, and Mr. Justice Innes. HOOD V. IAWL13E ANtr' OTHERSv Mr. Knox and Mr. Lingen iBfsioiTdied i>y Mr. Marshall, for the appellant defendant Cullen; Mr. A. H. Simpson? and' Mr. Walker, instructed by Mr. J. F. Fitsliar dinge, for the plaintiff; respondent. This was an appeal against so- much' of ; decree of the Primary Judge' in this suit as ordered the defendant Culleri; to join- with defendant Lawler in paying: plaintiff's1 costs. Plaintiff had a lease, of an hotel from* Law ler, but had failed to-register it therefore defendant Cullen purchased the property without having the lease set out of the" title. , There was evidence below that Cullen was aware of the lease,, and his Honor bad de clared him more to blame than defendant Lawler in causing plaintiff to come into 'court to seek performance of- the contract for the lease. The case was argued on appeal' upon- tw...

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THE MYRTLEMORE TRAGEDY. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER v.—AFTER NINE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

THE MYRTLEMORE TRAGEDY. By Ada Goldsby. ({Written Expressly fob the bowkal Free Press.) .chapter v.—after nine years. /•" Well Grace, my darling, shall we take a row on the lake ? Ib will give you an appe tite for your breakfast. Mag has just told me-we have fully half an hour at our dis posal ; and a little pulling will do you good, and help to get your./hands in again." "Oh yes, pa, come along," and the light hearted girl trips merrily up to her father ami, throwing her arm around his waste, pulls him along, and in less than a minute they are ready to step into the boat for a steady row across fchft peaceful and crystal waters of Lake Myrtlemore. Papa, papa, wait for me, please;" and '■Mr. Mayne looks round and sees his curly jjaired boy Willie running down to him with an anxious look on his face, and ask ing imploringly as he nears the spot where his sister and father" are standiug to be al lowed to accompany them ?" "Why, Willie, my little man, I did not think you were up ; come...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Farewell Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

Farewell Sermon* On Sunday evening last the Rev. R. Jen nings preached his farewell sermon in' the' Primitive Methodist Church, Bowral. The building was crowded by members of the several congregations in* town who were anxious to hear the lastdisctmrseofthe much* esteemed and eloquent reverend gentleman. Mr. Jennings chose lor his text the 81st and 32nd verses of the 20th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles^—"Therefore watch, and remember, that by the space of three years I ceased not to warn everyone night and day with tears. And now, brethren, I commend von to G-od, and to the word of His grace, which is able to build you; up, and to give you an inheritance among all them which are sanctified.'1 After dealing in a very able manner with the circuia> stances connected with the utteranoe of the words of the text by St. Paul, Mr. Jennings said, in conclusion, that he would look back to his arrival in Bowral and ask what good had been done since the advent of his-minis tration here....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Original Poetry. BOWRAL. (A VISION.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

(©rrgtual ftoetrj). B O W ? A I. (a vision.) The sunshine lies upon these hills The balmy breezes blow, The,peaceful landscape far and near Is bathed in evening's glow. TJpon these sunny swelling slopes The homesteads bright and fair Send perfume from their summer flow'rs To fill the fragrant air. The rocky ridges forest crowned, Where lights and shtldows meet, Seem guardians of the smiling town That clusters round their feet. So have they stood in ages past When on their purple height The dusky hunter hurled his spear And sped his arrow's flight. When in these peaceful dells and groves . The warlike savage free , Held round his blazing camp-fire's light His wild carroboree. The scrub grew thick,—from fern-clad cave The stealthy dingo crept, iThe wallaby from rock to rock In fearless freedom leapt. Those shadowy ages now are gone; With them the black man's race, tThat peopled these primeval woods, Has vanished from the place. With piercing shriek and thunderous roar-— From caverns o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

BirtM'&y Cards. N"' Immense Variety, aft' the Free Prsss Book . and Stationery Depot. To Business People & Others. "OORMS of Notice Before Proceeding under tlie:' I Small Debts Act obtainable at the Free Press'. Office. Price 2d. each. Receipt Books* ORDINARY Receipt Books and KENT Receipt'; Books, each containing 100; on sale . at the Free Press Book ancl Stationery Depot,, Bowral.. 9d. each. THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING. Subscriptions:— 4s. per quarter in advance ; 5s. - if booked.. Quarters end as follow: — March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscribers .decline, by giving a week's, notice in writing direct to the 'office, and paying to the end of the then running quarter. Advertising :— Advertisements are charged for at the following: • rate each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to five lines: one inch,. 3s; every additional inch, Is (jd, with a reduction of one-fourth for thirte...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 February 1885

LOCAL BREVITIES* The storekeepers' assistants; at Moes Yale are agitating for shorter hours. A cricket match will be played at Sutton Forest to-day between the Sutton Forest and Bowral Clubs. Mr. George Fleeton, a resident of Moss Vale for over forty years, died last Wednes day week, aged 77 years. Mr. J. Wright will hold a sale of furniture at Mr. Pain's cottage near the Bowral post office at two o'clock to-day. A single meeting, in the insolvent estate of Josiah Hughes of Bundanoon, baker, will be held at (xoulburn on the 24th March. The Berrima District Coursing Club has decided to open the season at Eridge Park on Wednesday, Aprillst, and following days. We are informed that Mr. D. Matthews, of the Maloga Aboriginal Mission, will prob. ably hold a meeting in Bowral during next week. . Owing to the school of arts being engaged by a commercial traveller there was no meeting of the Bowral Debating Society last Xhursday evening. hoped there will be less bungling wi i than there has-...

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