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A FEW QUESTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

A PEW QUESTION. •TO THE EDITOR Off THE BOWTiAL FUBR PHESS. Sir,—I wisli to ask your or your readers; a tew queSr tions, not that J have any notion of then; being easily .ftijsweved. I. Mr. T.-Walker; says that not half of. our 750 hurriedly-formed soldiern, now on their why for the annihilation of the brave Soudanese, know what they are going to do,. Do they ? 2: Mr. D. Buchanan says thai every married mar} who offered to go to the Soudan should have been whipped and sent home to his family. Should they ? .3. A friend of mine saw thorn off. Hn says-he be? lieves that when these b.- ave 750 were embarking, a good many of them looked as though they would much rather have beeu getting in a train for a home of peace than in a ship for a land of war. Would they ? .4. Have any of the 750 who left their homes ii? New Soutli Wales done so - in order,to shirk a little work? ■ ■ . • 5. If so, do they expect to capture the brave Mahdi without hard work ? ,6. If they captured the Mahdi, I suppo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

Primitive Methodist- Chwoh. . Services to-morrow, Margh 8:— iBowral, at 11, Mr;. Cr. Williams, evangelist-; at '7, Rev. I?.. Jennings-wiJi improve the .death .of Mra."'K, Porker ';Bundanocn, aU 11, Mr. W. Grice

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

AJf EXTRAORDINARY CASE, On the 14th July last, at the National Fete,, in Paris, one Mitz a compositor, who had then recently lost, his wife, met a woman named Burtey-with whom he had .cohabited a short time the year before. The acquain tance was renewed; -and both brought wreaths on that day to place on the graves of the wife in the one case and a former lover in the other. After this the couple went to St. Onen, where" a dispute over money matters spoiled their day's enjoyment Tliey returned to the lodgings of Mitz, where they had supper, and the wranglo was renewed. The woman flew into a great pas sion, and rose from the table as if to strike Mitz. The latter seized a pointed table knife, and held it for the purpose of defence just a* B.urtey. fell upon him. The knife entered her breast with great force and she fell at his feet a corpse. Mitz ran from home and {threw himself into the Seine, whence he was at once rescued, ^but he re newed his attempt at suicide. This time again he ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

'Wedeyan Church. ■SerVices;io-momi\v; March.8; ."MittagQiigi-at'-ll, Mr. 'Wlxifre ; at 7, Mr. Baward .Bowral, .at 11, '.Rev. T. B. MeMicbaeL; ;at'7, Mv. ;Cr. WilJiiinis,.evangelist. jKangaloon, at 1.1, Jvlj,1. .Gvxegoiy ; .at' ,7.30,, Bev.:Q.> O ld op . .'-Bobertson, ali;2.*80,'Ilev.:C. Oklen "AVild's.Meactow, at 11, lievvC. Olden

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES EXPEDITION. DEPARTURE OF THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

SOUTH' WAfjSS 'Kttj&lJWJ. Dspaktuue of the Troops; (Abridged from the 8.' M\ Herald.) Tuesday, the 3rd March,- 1888, will be' fnr ' lVe\ja^7l,'llet't3L', cl(ly ift *''Je history of New bout/j M tiles—(ho day ou which this colony, wot yet a hundred years old, put forth iVs Claims to' be recognised as an integral por tion of the British Empire, just as'mnch as 1 ,sifcua^d in the con Illy of Middlesex, instead of b^ing all the veryop positei Ride of the. globe. That day marks an eutirely new departure as regards 'the relations between the old country and. her colonies. IJ.iiherto th6 colonies have been legarded by many politicians as1 a draff upon the home Country; afid Statesmen have been heard to Pay that the colonies, of Ehp land were a source of weakness to her, and i.io of strength. The fallacy of such state ments wi.is clomonsfcrated bevo.od dispute bv the events oI'Tiloadayy Ifever there wasintlte history ^ of tjio world an occasion. whei-e everything thsi.fe had boeii a...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

.'m®TA€J0N€L (Fkom our own Correspondent.) On Wednesday last an interesting marriage wv-i celebrated here—a rather unusual thing for M'i-t. gong considering the many young residents of b i sexes—between Mr. James. Jones and Mis? Mat "i Brown. Mr. Jones wad formerly oificer-in-ch vcg.» •> s the railway here, but h,is been removed to Cam; town where he now -resides. - v.' On Tuesday last, the day of the departure o* f'vl troops fnr the 'Soudan, the town wore a de .erfc 'd n pearance, although it was not ke\:t a.close houd-ty excepting at the government offices. . The1 Oddfellows are advertised to hold a-..day'* ■sports here on Easter Monday, and should the weather prove favourable a goad day's sport is ex pected. A ball is to take place at night. A dancing-school has been established■;here, ant? ia held in Mr, Wright's Canterbury Hall. Adin.ir.--i ■ o? the light fantastic ougbS to avail Ihemselvefc-Vi this opportunity, as it is much needed in the. daub ing depaiiiriont. • ' • March...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

w ANTED, immediately, a NURSEGIRL. .Ap ply,Mrs..C. .Waters, Bowral. ,.599 IT^OUND, a PURSE containing money and two Railway Season Tickets. Owner can have same by paying cost of advertisement. ;595 * \W. H. GEORGE, Bowral. Sunday Services by Mr. GK Williams. ! rpO-MORRO.W, Sunday, March 8th, Mr. George JL Williams, Evangelist, will conduct Services in Bowral ..as follows :—Primitive 'Methodist ..Church, .11 a.m.-; "Wosleyan Church, 7 p.m. ; ;598 -BBICSS. BRICKS. BRICKS. fPTIHE Bowrjil Brick Company, are prepared to sell." JL at once '290,000 BR1CK.S,. second to none in. ■the district, at greatly reduced rates. . All informa ;tion may be received upon application to-.the,-; Manage?, MG iC. GRO.VE, Bowral. ' ^iriLL COMMENCE HIS MISSION in the * T School of Arts, BOWRAL, on Mosailay, iMarch 9tli, and ('ContiiiTie Evei\Y Eyoiiiug Dwriiig tlie Yfeek, r.Oommencitig. at ,7.30 p.m. -597

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

LOCAL -BREVmEB. ' Berrima District Show opens- nest Wed nesday week. . •• r Evangelistic services commence in Bow ral next Monday. The total rainfall at Bowral last month was eighty-six points. ' Mr. J. Cr. Morris will hold a sale of household furniture, &c., at Mrs A. E. Mor ris's, Bowral, at 2 p.m. to-day. Mr. S. Horderu, of Bedford Park, has made a generous offer of ten acres of land for a public park for Bowral. , District Courts will be held at Moss Yale on Friday, 17th April; Wednesday 26 Aug ust ; and Wednesday, 30th December, dur ing the year 1885. . Special attention is directed to our ad vertising columns to the supplementary special prize list in connection with the ap« poaching show at Moss Yale. '.OfIK government have sanctioned tlie'ex poiulircii'o of £'00 to.wards the repair of the iVucs nrouud lite cemetery at Bobertson'; Ov.:Iks' to military matters engaging his undivided antentiou dnriugthe past couple of weeks Mr. liifctor's lecture on General Gor don' has...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

&HURCH SERVICES,. -Uhurch of England,; Sision and St. , Jude's, Bowrai,. £Divine Service .will bo held every Sunday at ^ 7.45 >a.nj., J J. a.m., and 7.30 p.m. , . . "iHoly'Gommunion.i—'First Sunday in "the month at. ' - •midday,service; second andfourtlr Sundays ^at'the etu'ly service;; third Sunday at the .-fivenitift service. egJhttdren-a Service..—Last Sundayid vmonth in .the .church at 3.15 p.m. ■ -

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

Mitfcagoasr? P<&Me« e©rai;V Monway, March 2'. Before Messrs-.. H. Ghi-lds- and Gerard, J's.P. •r ,John: Williams- pleadeil; guilty,to-- a charge of stealing; a greyh'ound valued; at .£2j>y the 'property of Henry P'eniber, of 'Bowral. Prisoner was ordered' to pay £25,the- value of the dog, and an additional MB, in- default three months' hard labour in Berrima jnil. The'fine.not beiug forthcoming prisoner was removed to Berrima 011 Tuesday.

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Berrima District Agricultural Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

ISerrima District Agrieail&iiral 'V; -Society's Show. The approaching show in connection with tlie above society, which will be held at Moss Vale 011 Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 18th, 19fchj: and 20 tli instant, bids fair to be the most successful ever held in the district. There are, .'it least, two important causes which will tend to make it more attractive and successful that last year's exhibition. The first is the season has been far more favourable for agricultural and dairying pro duce than it will be remembered preceded the hub show. And, secondly, last year's show was 'held'within a very few days of the Bur yawahg show; but this year ,up to the pre stmt. tim'O' tt.s Bi:rr;iwnuf; Club ba» Dbt yet fixed iin iifit.es il«v tlhsir 3»?8;: ex hibition ; and further we are riot certain' that the club has decided positively to hold a show this year on account of various dif ficulties fa the way of procuring a per manent show ground. At any rate .the fact, of the existen...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES EXPEDITION TO THE SOUDAN. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

THE NEW SOUTH WALES EXPEDITION TO THE SOUDAN, Opinions of the Press. " Much lias been said of the . cost of this undertaking'Which is estimated at from £100,000 to £400,000, and the question is asked, can we afford to throw away so much money. What fallacy is this ? Are we throwing our money away ? Most assuredly not. We are by this means raisiug the nucleus of an army of our own, and by send ing them into active service, they will learn more by practice than a whole lifetime of theoretical teaching. Can we afford to lose these men at the present juncture ? Yes. They are but a mere handful, and should as sistance be required for our own protection —and possibly this will be an incentive to wards establishing a militia—four times the number could be raised for service on land, besides being well supplied with men for protecting our shores. Another cry has been raised with regard to taxation, but that will be so small that it is scarcely worth mention. . . . Iu conclusion a, are we to...

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Evangelistic Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

Evaaigelistic, mission. Mr. Gv. Williams- has fixed next week for holding a series of evangelistic services in Bowrai; The committee representing the various local churches-are making all neces sary arrangements with regard to' the mis sion. The services will be commenced.in the school of arts on Monday evening and con tinued each evening during the week. To morrow (Sunday) Mr. Williams will preach in the Primitive Methodist Church, Bowrai, m the morning, and in the Wesleyau Church in the evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

DAVID MOFFITT, .'Auctioneer, Land and Insurance Agent, . ROBERTSON. i 102 J. & MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insurance Agent, &c., &c., * Opposite Railway Station, BOWRAL. HEMRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer,. Land, Estate, and General Commission . Agent, MOSS YALE. Agent for Victoria Fire Insurance Company. JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent. All transactions in the above line -will receive-the -greatest care-and attention. Address—■ MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. . BOWRAL .BRICK COMPANY, -FTU-IE above Company has for Sale first-class JL BRICKS in any quantity. The usual discount allowed for Cash. .295 , C. GROVE, Manager. a PRIOR. ;Saddler and Harness Maker, Bong Bong-street (near the post-office), BOWRAL. •i LL ' lands of worlc executed with speed and :^LJL excellence of finish. 165 T. E. WHITLOCK, Bricklatkh, Buildek, and Architect, ■ Main Road, MITTAGONG. Letters addressed care of Mr. White. ' 574 A. P. 'BUFRiE^, Baker, -Confectioner, and General .Groce...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

.. "Wednesday,. • M.vrch 4'. Before, Mr. Childs. ' •' John Gardiner, for drunkenness at Bow ral on the '3rd instant v;as-fined l'Os. or 48 hours'imprisonment. : The same defendant*,for' making use of obscene language in Bong.Bong-street, Bow ral, was fined 20s. or seven days in the-l'ock up ; and for, making use of obscene language in the coll whilsfc in the lockup at Bowral was fined 10s. or forty-eight hours; and ifor making use of indecent language in liis cell was fined 20s. or seven days—total amount of fines, £8 or eighteen days' imprisonment. The fines were not paid. ; .

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"COME QUICKLY." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

COME QUICKLY," Fighting continuously day and night, and attacked from three sides by the Arabs, how anxiously must- poor G-ordon have penned that last dispatch on December 24, conclud ing, with the entreaty Come Quickly." On the ev.e of -.Christmas, when so many millions of his fellowcountrymen were pre paring to celebrate their great Christian festival/the thoughts of this \veary, anxious man, surrounded by enemies aloue, and 'thousands of miles from- home, would naturally revert to his own. Longing to see the long deferred aid, he beseeches it to come quickly. The bodily frame worn down by. auxiety, and sleeplessness, he knows lie can hold 'out but little longer, and the hand pens out the.words " Come Quickly." But the indomitable' spirit was there still, and the world nov/ knows,-maintained him to the last. For 32 days aud nights longer, the hero still kept his foes at bay, ever hop ing for the .coming aid> which, alas never came; but true as ever ho held his post until de&...

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THE HON. W. B. DALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

THE HOH. W. B, DALLEY, . , William Bedo Bailey is a native of the col ony, having been born in Sydney in 1881,. lie studied at Lyndhurst and the old Sydney College, now the Grammar School, at both of which excellent institutions, affording the best scholastic training of which the .colony had, he proved himself honour able and dis tinguished. ' At ^ie age of twenty-five, in 1856, he \yas called to the Bar. The colony was just passing through the transition state from the Imperial 'regime' to Besponsible Government as'the talented yo.ung advocate emerged into manhood. , The new constitu tion was the general topic .of . thought' and conversation, and public mee.tmgs, at which the great and novel question, with its-many sides and multitudinous si.d;e-issues perpet ually came up for discussion^ were frequent wherever the population . aggregated itself' into numbers. The polished intellect of the coming man was immediately fascinated by this all-engrossing subject, and a few crisp and st...

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ARCHBISHOP MORAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

CIIBTSKOP M0RA3GT, Archbishop Moran's first Lenten Pastoral, just issued, in which his Grace lays special stress . on the urgent necessity of encourag ing temperance amongst the people, will meet with the wai'in approval of every man and woman in the community who wish well for the fiM>:future of the country. In temperance in a nation is an evil whose magnitude there is no exaggerating, and it is a deplorable fact that to a very large ex tent it has already obtained a foothold here. In addressing himself to its cure or abate ment, Dr. Mo ran has a great and noble, if somewhat thorny, task before him; but the cause is of a sufficiently large and cos mopolitan character to command support of a real and practical kind from all classes and creeds without distinction. Hearty cohesion under the one banner will do more for tcnir/raoce than a hundred armies, pepoi'.-ned and di?'racked, altlr-agh I'll obey ing t!>e one wo-tcliwcrd.

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AN INDUSTRIOUS GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

AN INDUSTK30US' Lokd Wolsbley's interviewer in camp speaks in laudatory terms of bim. He says : —" It jfimarvellous t.o see liim. Up at live o'clock or before, be is out anc] about actively till noon, All the afternoon he works in his room,,making work for others and making others work •; he may take an hour's exer cise at fiv.0 o'clock, then returns to work .till dinner time. To bed, after perhaps a coijple of hours more intellectual labor, about piidr night ^.nd up again before five. Pie is never tired, or never shows jt. He can ride horse or camel from early mornjng till late at uighl; without showing punishment, and his personal equanimity and amiability are ■ never upset. But be makes his influence felt, and alr-eady there is discernible a deci ded quickening up all along th.e line, "which may yet save the campaign, which was in danger of being wrecked through delays that ati the be si, wore due to obstinacy lyhere |bhey ,wero not due to wilfulness.".'

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p:m.;and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 March 1885

ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. Colo Vale, every Sunday, at 3 p.m.   Lower Mittagong, second Sunday in the month, at 3. Jellore, fourth Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m.

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