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BISHOP MOORHOUSE ON BARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

BISHOP POMIOUSH OFMIIMAIDS. My opinion on tho subject of the employ ment, of women in hotels, as barmaids is that, it is far better not to employ thera in con nection with; the liquor traffic at all. When men drin,li together at a bar they- are al ways noisy, if not blasphemous, 'ill oy, allow themselves a freedom, of speech which on, other occasions they raroly 'uso., It, is not, well that young women, should be listening to men at suoh times; and bo known by them to. be listening, when such freedom of1 speech is indulged in. It injures,the woman, and lowers them in the eyes of the men. Excitement and hilarity.are not ordinary atteudanta on the sale ol groceries and. calicoes; but tlioy are upon the sale of in toxicating drinks. Womon nioet men in. their usual moods when they are purchasing such commodities as are sold in grocers'1 and drapers' shops. Thoy meet them, in aii excited mood when drinking at .a bar.,.. I think, therefore, that njen only should l}ft employed i.u bars—and...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. Clifford will row Hnnlnn for £500 in less than six moutlia on Parramatta. "'•) , Match, botweon Hanlan ami Bcacli for i'oOO arranged to coineotf first Saturday in May, 1815, on Parraniatta. Jndgo Forbes has ruled that expressions made by aldermen in the performance of municipal;business, reflocting on the charac ter of, persons,outside, anil; privileged unless malice can ,bo. shown. ' ' ^ A cricket match, of a novel kind, com prising mixod; teams of- Australians and Englishmen, smokers versus non-smokora,' •has beon arranged to, take place on Lord.'s; ground,; on September .15,10, and 17, for the benefit of. the English Cricketers' fund. Lord Harris will command tho Smokers,: and- ty. Ct. Grace the Non-smokers, Socioty in M-elbourno is quite, in.a /latter over the arrival of • 'Viscouufc Oastlorosse, Aidp-do-Camp to tho Governor. Bo is tho eldost son of Earl Keninaro, is liandspnip,; and, is just 8-1. Thoro is at least 1000 women in Melbourne ready ...

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DARING RAILWAY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

DARING it AIL WAIT EOBBRRY. Dn. Albert Mayerjioss, of Minneapolis^ Minn., lias boon in Now York on a business trip. He carried £700 about his porson and stopped at the Astor House. 0,n Juno 1.7, lie put £60. in his foh pocket, and the rest in an inside vosc pocket, and pinned it. in, and started for the West Shoro train. On the ferry-boat from New York, ho saw two men who were in the hotel when he arranged his monoy* The men also took West Shore train. When the train ueared Kingston, a man wearing a flannel shirt, squeezed into the seat oocupied by the doctor, and forced a conversation with him. Then a man a few seats back asked the fellow oc cupying the seat with the doctor, what time it was, and he said that he had no watch. Mr. Mayermoss told him the hour. The two men played three card monte until the stakes got to be £200. At length the dealer got down to £10, and proposed to negotiate some notes to obtain money. The other player agreed to negotiate them, but could not make the ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Maim closo {or. all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily' (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and. Robertson 2 p.m.,'daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails' arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon. andlAoborteon at noon, daily, (Sundays exobptod.^ _ Mails (.rrive: from all stations South at H.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all Htfttiorw North at' midniglitv (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all station# West at 1.28 pjn., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Tlio Rowral Money Oriior Office closes at C p.m. PoBt Offlce hourB from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for dolivery ot letters, <So., only, trom 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Officq hours from 9 o.ra. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.). Maili closo forall stations south at 9.30 pjn., Bnridays'exoepted.) QoWtnmettt Saviuca Bank open from'9 'a.m. to 0 ().m. ' '>■ •• - ■ ■

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"The News-Letter." [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

<' The Jfcws-iictlor.'1 Tins is tho namo of a now weekly journal', the first.issuo of which will bo. pnblishocl on 15th Octo.bor next. Any person who b.e comos'n subscriber during the ensiling six woelts will bo entitled to rccoivo tlio " Nows Lottqr," Christmas Annual, (Von o£ cliurgo. l'lio Australian address is—" Tho secretary, News-Letter Company, Exchango Chain bora, Kiug-streot, Sydney."; Eor further onlight mont on this matter, wo direct our randera lo the lengthy advertisement in anothor column in connection with tho venture.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAD SCENES IN DONEGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

SAD SCENES IN DONEGAL. On the 1st of July the harrowing work of, eviction was re-commenced at Gweedore, fourteen families being ejeofced on the pro perty of. Mr. Wybrants . Olphert, of which Mr. Hewston, Dromahaire; oounty Leitrim, is agent. One hundred policemen were present in charge of Captain Peeli R.M., the agent and the shoriiF accompanying this formidable force. Tho country is Very poor, such of it as is productive having been mado so by dint of groat exertions ou tho part of the tonautry. Shut off from the outsido world by mountnius, uuablo to reach a town without travelling a distanoe of SO miles, they live thoir simple lives, when permitted to do so, in absolute poverty, apoaking a strange language, and without a friend, savo thoir parish priost, tho Rev. Fathor McFaddon, Wrotchod furniture, ragged bedclothes, a rickety drosser, a brokon legged table, a stool; ono or two oliildron with olothes hardly sufliciont for deconcy ; barofooted women and mou in rags and tat ters ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

J>R. W, MIDDLETON Can l>o consulted daily at Mns. Gray's, Caunonhuimt Comae, MJTTAGCWG, 181 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL Ani> Keiiosknb Tab, Wholesale, J. J. RUANE, Stores, Nattai. J. Gr. HOREIS, Auotiofleer, Propo^ty Salesman, InBurancc Agent, Ac., <fco.. Opposite Railway Station, BOWRAL. RECEIPT BOOKS. ORDINARY Receipt Books and RENT Receipt Books, each containing 100 j on sale at tho Frco Pross Book and Stationery Depot, Bowral. tyd.. each. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estato, and Goneval Commission Agent, ■ MOSS VALE. Agont for Viotoria I?iro Insuranoo Company. MEDICAL. D.a. MADDEN Will visit Bowral on Saturday (forenoon) h» oon : : " ncction with tho Oddfellows.. Messages may bo loft at Mrs. Wilson's., JOHN WRIGHT* Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent,. ■ All transactions in tho above line will receive- tho greatest care and attention. Address— MEPI0A.L HALL, NATTAI, FOR SALE, SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gvmi, The best and cheapest in the district Loaded...

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Primitive Methodist School Aniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Primitive Methodist Scliotil Aiiivcrsar.y. Wf, arc informed that the nnivorsauy of (,ho Primitive Methodist Snndny-splioql in 13 jw* nil will bo colobratod to-morrow and Mon day. To-morrow (Sunday) tlio l!ov. 0. Olden, Weal°yftn Minister, preaches ufc 11, tho Kgv. 11. JonninRS at 3 ; and Mr. R. T. Booth temperance leoturer, at.7. On Mon ovoning there is to be an entortainmont in the Primitive Methodist church, froq to all, and all. myited.

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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Harolcl Netherly; on, THE GAME OF LI FE, ' CHAPTER XJU Late, in the evening of the same clay, Har old Netherly waited upon Mr. Treinaine at Acton Court-, "I have called," said Mr. Netherly, after the customary salutations had been ex changed, " at Veiv, Priory ; but your kins man, Mr. Kidney Polwavth* is not yet re turned from a dinner party at Sir. William Tregouy's, and aa my stay in Cornwall must be brief, I have brought the deeda with me, which you, sir, approving, may be signed and sealed at once." ■ "'To he sure. Do they insist upon my daughter's signature ?" " Spite of all I could urge, that cannot he dispensed with." This announcement, Netherly remarked, Jiad a singularly-disturbing effect upon Mr. Tremaine. " It is exceedingly vexatious ! Miss Tre maine is unwell, peevish, unreasonable, headstrongsaid Mr. Tremaine, in a voice rising iu angry petulance with each succes sive epithet. " The foolish duel you have, no doubt, heard of, and which I sought, but failed, to prevent, ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

SEED POTATOES. SEED POTATOES. INCLUDING Early Hose, Browncl's Beauty, Snow flaUo, Ac., Ac. Soorl and Feet!" Onls, Cnpo Barley, JItiizo, Bran, Pollard, l'rime Screened Cli.iff it., A. Ala-., Choico Collection of Vegetable and i'lower Scuds. W. PIGGOTT, ' General Produce Merchant, 276 • * JUowral,

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Church of England Temperance Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Church of England Tcmpcranco* Society. Tub quarterly uicutjiig of this sopjety was held at the sohool of arts, Bowral, on Tues day evoning last. Tho president congratu lated the society upon tho addition of four teen new members at tho last meeting, re ferred to tho spread of tho teinporanco I movement in othor places, spoke.of tho largo i number of fatal accidents which are to be i charged against iutcmporanco, ancl urged tho tomperanco pledgo as a groat assurance against such accidents. Mr, Copp recited iThe Farm or *s; Wifo and tjio (Jasoon." Mr. V. B. Riloy tlion -briefly addressed tho meeting. Mr. Lawson recited (l Tho Drunk ard's Wifo," ami afterwards spoko a fow prac tical wards. . Tho vioo-prosidont road " A IH'unkon Soliloquy in a ooal mino," a ln\ moroug piece containing sketches of a drunkard'^ careev, VBQft which Mr. Ben.nott improved, and drove tho lesson homo. Mr. i Allcrdico Bang " Bo kind to. mild Grannie." i Tho Eov. E. J. Spencer of Bong Bong i briolly addressed th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

TO CORRESPONDENTS., !' ,T. Hodoso.v " nnd " Vkiute."^Youi' letters nre unavoidably lield over till next issue. Itai.ia."—Your interesting contribution, although in type,'-will appear next week.

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Farewell to Mr. C. L. Badgery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Farewell to Mtv C. L. Badger y., I As Mr.""Chariots L.'Badgory, of' Badgory I Brothers, is about to leave tho district to j rosido upou a uewly-purchaspd station near I Itonm in Queensland, it was resolved, to bid | Liiin farewell bya banquet,.which toolc place | at Hanraha.n's Hotel, Moss Vale, on Monday | evening last;; when upwards of fifty gontle mon si'st down. to. a. sumptuous repast. All i parts of tho district w.ero..represented, as I well as Goiilburn, which, shows the ostoom. | in which th<3 guest is universally held,. Mr. i G. L. Licholsoii.'J.Pi,; occupied tho chair; I whilo the vice-chairs wero iilled1 by Mr. F; 1 E. Wilshire P.M., Dr. Morton,, and Iv^r. W. McQourt M-.P. Tbo toast of ■tbo.o'YGuiugTT " Our G,uest, Mr. Charles. £j,. JSadgery V. was proposed by tho chajv.nmn in a. very feeling speech, lull of prajso for tho good qualities possessed by Mr. Badgory, and; wishing, him, all prosperity.; The toast having beon drunk with enthusiasm and loud ohcers, Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Wi & D. Ii BEER, Newspaper Proprietors, General Printers, Stationers, &c., &c., BONG BQNG-STHBET, BOWEAL. J^IST Oil" GOODS AI.WAYS ON UAND-l— Ruled Noto Pixpota Plain ditto Yi'ntor-lincd ditta Foreign ditta l^ancy ditto, eolovotl and goffered edgoa Mourning Noto Papers and Envolopos Foolscap, plain and rulod Lnroclio'a best Noto Paper and Envelopes; Classio ditto, ditta Original Bopp ditto ditto Chromatic tinted Rcppod Noto and Evotopos, assorted, Is. 10d., por box Tlio Royal Pnpcvtorio, assorted tints, wickejj pattern, noto and onvclopeH,,a hand' Boino ftrtiole, 3s. Od. per box The Dncbpsa Box of Stationery, 1r, Od.. Tho Handy Series Box of Stationery, plain and floral, Is. and Is. (id. Tho Colonists* Tinted Box of Stationery, ,la» Tbe Wonderful Box of Stationery,, 9d.. Euvelopes, all sizes and qualitioa Haying Cards, Cd., 9d., and Is. po? pa.ok.elt Ink Erasers Lead nnd Best Drawing Pcneilft Pocket Companions. Memorandum Books. Account Books Pens and Pen-hol...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cut and drink as friends. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, hit cut and drink as. friends. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1881. The umpire in the l'occntHanLm-Boacli scul ling match emphatically denies that the issue, of the race was due to the contretemps, to. which it was attributed. \Vas':thoro any:! tampering with the course that events have; taken ? is a question that perhaps will nover-i be satisfactorily answered, for the par tizans of both winner and loser of tho eliam- i piouship will hug their different aprons on, the subject in spite of what tho opposite j sides say. or do to convince them of tl\oir ] error. It is no wondor that thp vanquished liero.-should <?mlGa<yoi\r to. Recount for his defeat as-tlie outoome of any incident net impugning his. o.wn, process, as. tho prinoe of. • oarsmen.-.:-*-.';-Uutil;.-the untoward • terniina-;l tion of-his. championship ?f tho ^ojjld, his;i aquatic career has b?ei\ a series of brilliant successes.- ■ To drop his'orown, if but for a 1 ...

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"Our Boys." [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

'-'-Qur-Boys;"' To-night. Moss: Yule will lmvo.tlio plcftsuro of( seeing the above drama portrayed, by amateurs, who lmye devotod much time to study iu order to do such' a heavypicoe. full justice. Our Moss Yale frionds expect to receive a visit ■■■■from, somo of tho Bow.ral' people, especially as there is every prospect of it being a brilliaut moonlight uigliL \\[e would draw,- attoution':to. tlie faot that the four female characters aro being taken by representatives of. the gentler, sex, which is. not at all a coinmoa circumstance in arna tour perforaiaucos,

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MURDERS AND SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

MURDERS AND SUICIDES. Miss Symentlio S. Nivison started a homo for infants, last January in Hammonton,, N.J., ancl sent out pious appeals for money. She has secured twonty-threo infants to board. On July 21, tho bodies of twenty one of them were found buried in her yard 1 Tho burials were secret and no doctors had attended the children. An hatelkeopor at Fran worth, named Boyle, entered tho house of his wife,, from whom he had separated, and inflioted ter rible injuries on her with a hatchet. He also attacked a servant girl who came to tho assistance of her mistress, and on*rushing down stairs to escapo, the man fell into a cellar and broke his neck. The last will and testament of a young man after he had squared his debts by shoot ing himself through the head :—" Good-bye to all you ; J have done it, X could not put up with my misery any longer ; I was mad when I did it. May God have mercy on, my poor body, and forgive mo for what I have done..—James. Christopher Humphreys." Early ...

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HINTS FOR THE SICK ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

The closing lecture of ono of tlio many ooursos of many lootures on " First Aid to , tho Injured " was given at the rooms of the aooioty. Dr. Woodbvirtgo said that n, sick room should bo ns far romoved as possible from a bathroom or any largo amount of plumbing. In a case of a severe contagious disease the sick child should bo removed to the top of the houso, and tho pationfc and nurse isolatod from the rost of the family. A sunny room, if possible, should bo cliosen for tho sick, as sunlight is ono of tho best disinfectants known. It is dcsirablo to havo as littlo upholstered furniture about tho sick room as possible. Tho hod should always bo placed whoro draughts oannot come, and so that tho pationt oan be reached on oitlier sido. In cases of infectious disoasca tho clothing of tho patient should bo cliangod day and night, and tho worn should be swept in such a way as not to raiso dust, at least every other day, Tho nurse should always wear clothing that can bo washed. Sho should ...

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AT WHAT DEPTH SHOULD SEEDS BE SOWN? [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

AT WHAT Ml'TH SHOULD SEEDS BE 8.0 WJt? Seem may be sown somewhat more deeply in tire summer than in thewinter. Climate should also bo taken into consideration to & oevtniu extent,, and in Uot^'dry districts it. may also, be sown doeper than incooj, moist districts. Scientific men who have studied the subjeot have not arrived at any positive conclusions, though all agree that seed should not be sown too deeply. They also agree in the opinion that, if not sufficiently covered, the seed is not favourably placed for germination. As a general rule,, how ever^ we think cultivators will find that if seeds are covered to the depth of six times their di.airwtery they will be-placed tinder the most favourable conditions for germiua-. tiw* We give this opinion after an ex tended' experience, and. believe that a prac tice based upon it would be found a safe one by cultivators. As previously stated, how ever,. looal conditions vary, and it may be necessary to. modify the practice in acco...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884

RAILWAY- TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOUW3UEN, > p.m. ( Arr. " 1 Mittagong | Do£u .... 1.25 Uowxal ii . p.m.: f Arr. Jlittagong | B6 9.10; Bowrnl „ ®;1® Mail anjv Parshngbr. p.m. : (, Arr. 12.10 Mittagong | De . 13.80' Howml „ 12.8ft S\iuni>AV Admiionma a.m. 12. • ( Arr. ' Mittagong \ Dfi 12.10 Eowral „ 13-18

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