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WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. On Tuesday evening last a moeting of the above society was held in the Wesleyan Boliooh'ooin, Bowral, a good number of members and visitors being prosont. The Vioe President, Mr. W. J. Osborne, in the absence of the President, took the chair, The meeting opened by singing a hymn, and after the usual preliminary business had been disposed of, six new members were enlisted, which speaks well for the tempovauce oause. The chairman, during his address to the meeting, thanked the members for returning him to the position he now oocupies in the society, and also intimated his intention of writing a paper on the workings, eto., of a Band of Hope. Miss Lilleyman favoured the audience with a solo, " The Bridge," with variations, in fair stylo. A report was called for from the librarian, as to tho state of the library, whioh showed there were only nine books in, the remainder being out, and with one or two exceptions, without any account as to who has possession of them...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
BOWRAL VIGILANCE ¿ÔÎÎMffTEE. The usual fortnightly mooting took plnoe iu tho Suliool of Art« on Monday evening, there being prosont Mesara. J. Q. Morris (Prom dent), Osborne (Secretary), R. Morris, J. Loaoby, Grovo, Duproz, J. J. Campbell, H. Qxley, Georgo, tud Webb. Tho minutes of previoua mooting were read And confirmed. Mr. Webb and Mr. Campbell apologised for thoir absonco at previous inootinga, Mr. Osborne proposed—" That BtepB be taken for the inoorporation of Bowral," He said somo objootod to such a step ou account of tho Government having promised a Local Government Dill, But there wero many benefits and advantages to bo dorived by having tho place incorporated. Tho Gov ernment would have to look after tho main roads, whioh would considerably roduoo tho expenditure. Ho believed tho town would go ahead whon incorporated, us thoy would be able to repair tho streets and do other necessary work. Only recently tho Govern ment had refused to form and stump a road for them. IIo bol...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
CRICKET. A match was played at Moss Vale on Saturday last, between the Moss Vale and Sohool Teaohers' Clubs, and resulted in a victory for Moss Vale by 15 runs, this being the second win this season. The follow ing arc the score»:— Moss Vale. Wotton, b Knapp .. 4 Percival, o Watts 2 Richardson, c Jarvie 6 Hnyter, b Knopp .. X " Matthews, h Knopp .. . . .. O Galbraith, h Jarvi«.. .. .. ..20 Pitt, c Thurgfite 4 Rook.b Jarvie... . . .. .. .. 13 &lt; Poole, not out .. 2 Wallace, b Knopp .. .. .. .. 0 Cather, b Knopp 0 Sundries .. .... .. 8 60 Teaohers. W. Jarvie, b Wotton .. .. .. 0 J. Jarvie, b Wotton .. .. .. ? J. Watts, run out .. .. .. .. 0 J. McLennan, o Matthews .. .. 6 W. Strong, b Wotton . 0 ]). Thurgato,o Richardson ..11 T. Honry, b RiohardsoQ 11 J. Kuopp, run out .. ,. .. .. 0 R. Boustielrt, o Matthews .... 0 T. Kennedy, h Wotton 1 A. Woodward, not out 1 Sundries 8 45 A match was played at Maryvaîo on Saturday, February.2nd, between the Mittagong United and Kangaloort ...
GARDENING INFORMATION.—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
UÀlUurNlSO INFORMATION",—FEBRUARY. Is ;he co*«I district* of the colony rain ¡3 looked (or towards the middle of this mouth ; and in anticipation uf us coming preparation should be m »Je for Measonalile »owing und planting by digging sud uiauuring tliu beds. Acrcv.v flowering annuals may now be sown in suitable positions. The soil should bo pulverised to a fine condition, und (be seeds i;on-n in very shallow drill», not too thickly. Sow seed of I'-tiiüies, Cinor.iriaB, and ether* us directed lam month. OaRijUh, Chrysanthemums, and Gladioli.—If dry Weather continuaiuH water mid occasionally lil[nid'manure. Take up bulbs of tiladioli that have flbwered and the leaven and atulk turned yellow ; store in a dry shed ar other »nilable place, "Comsoa of Pelargoniums, Canations, Verbenas, &C., can be put in, in shaded positions ax recom mended last mouth ; Carnations way ttUo h» layer ed. Rosks huj be budded ; thcuo previously budded should be looked at, and any that have taken .shou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
T HS lO.WEAL PURR V It E B S Had ICittaguog, Putrawang, and Kangalo#n Advocate; in published every SAÏUJiDAÏ M OB NINO. sofluciUPTio**-:— Sixteen Stiillifia« (Ilia) ft year ; or 4b per (garter «M three month*, payable in advance. It booked, £1 fer y tur, or 0* per quarter. AUVKttTiaXMti Î— Advertisement« uro chargcd lor at (ha following rate each Insertion Sixpence per line up to fivo tinea; one'inc£>, 3s*, *.vety additional inch, In Cd, with « reddctiaB of onc-fauilh (or thirteen connecu iivc innertiaa«, and of one-third for hventy-six »iiwrtious. AunounceiuiBts of Births, Marriages, *nd Deathi *&lt;i'.6d each. JOIDISO DEFAUTJiESrt— Bimneius Cord» Hand-bills Bill-head* Labels 'Catalogue« ' Posting Bills Circulars . FrogrMniucs Ào^Ac.,ftc.t W. WEBB and Co., - Frppriotoffl. M I TT A.® ON G 9 A W MIL L S. Ta Timber/Merchants and others. Th« ««derfegne/ tyvi&Vuclms«&lt;î tlio mill and plnut hilhei/o -wafekei byVA'illiamiioa .arid Co., aro preparedtolíijip» fc...
THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
TÏIE^ÉDÇCXTION ' OF THE DEAF. ¡•At ;. the ■. IutornationaL&Congi'css ■ voceutly: held at-.Brussels on .tho icdueaLion,:of,:thO' deaf,., one. .of, fcheM resolutions -adopted., was that"," útidói' filio pine 'oral systom the classes jlio uldcoiiB i s t of six or. eight pupils in the . earlier stft^esrííid"sliould not oxbe'ed i wolve , -in tlio. higher1- classes. ; One- speaker faíiid fclmt', - by¡. tliGv-iiure oral,-system, a toftchor could addito.tlie number of pupils as timo i wont o)3j-'-ibut:by--tho. sign system liejmust reduce-tho number as .timo, went on.' The suggestion of" mutual teaching "—i.e., the deaf touching.?, each other, was discarded altogether.':.. As i*egards industrial inptruc-' tion, it ftppesú.,e&*--thafc the different circum-' ,stances of différent countries had much to do with the question ; - bu); it was generally 1 considered .that, in the foreign restitutions' jit any rate, industrial occupation should be combined'with school'teaching ; that ...
ANOTHER RIB BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
ANOTHER HIß. BÏIOKEn! A queer caso ¡lias just como , to light in Chicago. A young man spent an ovouing with his girl, and during tho ovoningi while tho family" wól-o" present, in tho parlour, ho was as demiiro and bland and child-like as could be wished. Tho mother camo into tho room, aftor tho family had1 rotired, to got a ¡handkerchief sho had left, and the young; man was seated'in a chair in tho middle of tho room',-whilû tho girl was seated on a sofa. After ho had gone tho girl com plaiuqd of a pain in her sido,- and in tho morning a doctor was callcd, and lie found that two of> tho girls ribs w¿re broken. H'ovv it was dquq nobody know; Tho girl could not tell for tho lifo of lier, though sho blushed when! asked about it, and tho mother looked very wise as she?looked at the doctor." ïho doctor made some inquiries, sot the ribs and went away, and the girl proceeded to recover. That evening tli'e young man called,, and was infomiod of tho extent of tho girl's injuries, aud wond...
BERRIMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
BEIUUMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY. T:iti ruyalar monthly «jommittoo mue ting of the abovo sooiety was held in, the School of Art«, Bowrnl, lust Saturday afternoon. There wan presont Messrs P. L, C. Shepherd, vice-prusidieut, (in tho chair), F. It. Wilsbiro, P-. H. Throaby; U.. Childs, H.E. Kater. Ii H. Bodgery, J.. A. Badgery, W. MeConrt, W. Charkor, J. IL C'ole, J.. Loscby, C. L. Nicholson, H. Bridge, and tho- socretary, T. Graham. A letter of apology for non-attendance was read from Mr. J. J. O. Atkinson,. Mcmheh. Kerniiuan and T. Williams were eleoted members oí the society. The secrotary stated that the improvements on tho soeioty's »bow ground were being proceeded with satisfactorily. The shed would probably he completed in' less than a fortnight while the pavilion and tlie clearing would be finished in about the same time. £60 wan passed for payment to. the contraotor on a.ocouut of the pavilion, and £6 to the contraotor for olearing. It was decided to have two publicans' b...
COMMERCIAL. RICHARDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
COMMERCIAL.: , UIGI.ÍAUUSON ANO NIXON'S lllîI'OllT. Bai.r oat hay;-Is (id to 5s (id : i . Bmidlo oat: hay, lis .Od to fis Od Inieenio hay, 2s Del Lo lu Oil Bundle straw,3s Od to ils Gil liulo siruw, 'is (Id to ."a iiil . Wheal liay, i)s Od,to Is (id Chaff, Hlnvw, 8s Od to.iis (id Ditto, mixed, .iis yd to -in Od Ditto, oaten, is Od lo.Sa ¡id Wheat, -Is Oil to Is (id ' Oats, seed, !Js Od lo H»!ld . Ditto, feed, ¡¡s !td lo iis l)d Corn, ils SKI J.o 'is 3it Potatoes, 5s Od to (is Oil Unin, Is 2d to Is .'id Elour, .Ç.10 Os to ¡C13 0a Pollard, In Od to Is 111 Pumpkins (is Od to 8s lOd . Billet wood, Us Oil to 12s t)d Bundle ditto, 10s Od to lös Od Foot ditto, lis Oil lo 153 (id Posts and rails, £'•) 0s to iM Of) Fowls, 8s (id to Oh (id¡ ; Diiclis, 'is Od to 5s (id Geoso, ös (M to Os (id .Tiu'ltoys, (is Od to in s Od Pigeons, ,1k (id to 2s Od Cheese, itd to lid ; Buitci', Is Od to Is id Eggs, Is Od to 2s Od Bacon, 7d to lOd Uoney, Id to (id - ' Slicking Piysj Is lid to 8s öd Orangen, -Is O...
LOOP LINE TO MINTO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
loop 'link, to junto. A DKl-UTATION, consisting of McSSl'S. GfllTCtt and M'CJourt, Ms.L.A., .T. T. Gorus, 0. Bull, E. : M. Fieldhouso, and J.. Becking, had an interne«- with tho Minister for Works yesterdnj' to recommend (he construction of ft railway i'roih a convenient1 point on the dllawarm lino to Plinto. Mr. Bull said the deputation was authorised to \viiit upon the; Minister for Works by a public mooting licld nt CiimpljclUawii to n.ik him to. have a trial survey, mado of a lino from ft point between St. Peters and Ilurtsvillc on to the Illawara :liuo to Mirito oil the southern lino. If this .word .dono a great amount of expense in regard; to tho duplication of, tho lino to Campbelltown would be avoided, and the I inhabitants of tho district through which tlio line would run would bo benefited. If tlw 'expouso of a trial survey was considered too great, ananoroid survey might be made: lfthoidoaof tho'deputation was carried out, eight or liiiio miles in distance would be saved ...
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
tue bowral FREE press, and mlttauo.s-a, btjrrawano, AXt> kanoaloon Advocate SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884. A writer in the Ji&ston Herald ,has mudo u. powerful plea for the obolition of capital punishment. The arguments he advances for the support of his views are that the fear of death is not a doteront of the awful crime of murder, but rather that the custom of public hangings have been a frightful menus of hardening humanity and loading from seeing' to feeling the horriblo eud ta the criminal's career. The sort of false eclat that the love of the sensational has drawn even to the gallows, has it is true surrounded this infamous climax of life's history, ami has had the effect of robbing it of its terrors and shame, and has invested it with the martyr's glorious sacrifice, in stead of the felon's condign and ignominious doserte, There can bo no donht of the im morality of public executions, and of the debasing influence they exercise upon all who witness them, as well as u...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tos Bong Bong Itivor lian stoppod running. Marcmn han heou gazetted as a placo where Courts of Putty Session* will be licld in futuro. A rack for £5 a-sido will tako place at Mittagong this afternoon, at about a o'clock, botwecti A. Hack noy and C. Smith. A Red Ribbon Army has been started in Guu nod ah and a White Ribbon Army in Howral. A Ptmuc meeting of the Church of England Temperance Society will bo held in the School of Arts, Ubwrnl, on Tuesday evening next, at 8 pin. Parrots aro said to bo doing a great amount of damage in the Daylesford district among the fruit garden. The body of a 'nan named Patrick Ca^ey '1¡4H been found drownod in tho Goulburn Hiver, near Shepparton. One great and awful terror prevents rcsidonts in New York fiats from enjoying life. It is the jani tor's tyranny. Db clearness ob a man's eye doan al'ero come from his soul. Do hawk has got a mighty keen eye, but Lawd, what a rascal he is. Tin: late Professor Holloway, diod worth Ave milli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
No one that has lived in Bowral or district dur ing tho last few ycavs cun have failed to notice the prominence it has attained during that period an a aauitwiuni and favourite summer resort by the distinguished families of Sydney, who have testified their appreciation of it« climate, ele., by the erectioc of most itmgniticeDt edifices for the accommodation of their families daring the sultry days of summer rendered eo unpleasant in the metropolis by the prevalence of the flery briokfielder and that disturber of peaceful slumbers, the mosquito; these noble structures in the ordinary course of nature require renovating, and this has hitherto Iieen a matter of great expense and annoyance which has been obvi •ted by A. Hitter's appearance in Moss Vale, a thorough practical painter, grainer, decorator, etc.. who is preparcd tó undertake contract» iu the shore : Unes at ntrictlv^irratw^ftanseB.—AD-r.