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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
md BQWML FREE PRESS )b published ovory SATURDAY MOKNINQ, SonsoiumoNs Sixteen Shillings ( l(ia) i> year j or -Ih per quarter p thrpc months, payable in ndvanco. II booked, £1 per j'otir, o? Cs por quarter. Quarters pnd March $1, Juno 80, September 30, Decombor 91,' nt which periods only can subscribers declino, by giving a Week's notico in writing direct to the ollieo, and yayiug to (ho cud of the tlion limning quarter, Adveutwino Advertisements aro oharged for at the following ratp eaoU insertion-Sixpence per lino up to flvo Jines; pup inch, 8s; every additional inch, Is Cd, with n icdwction of ono-fom'lh for thirteen eonseou • Jive insertions, and of ouo-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of jJirlhs, Miu-riagoa, And pcnitlis, 2a Cd pucb. No advertisement bopked imdpr la. Cd. Advertisements sptjfc tpilho office without notifying tho nmnboy of insertions will bp continued at adver-; (ispra' cost until an ovder is received to step. Aw person ordering the insertion, of a...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. JUtes for conveyance of cattle (at per truck) to Jfoniebusli are as follows:—From Goutburn, £4 4s; Marulao, £8 10s 8d; Moss Yalg,. £2 12s f Bowral, £2 88 ;■ M'ittagong, £2 Gb ; Pioton, £1 10s. Hates, for- convo.yanco of Btacop (at per truck) to Jlomebush are as follows:—From Goulbum, £3 18s 1(1; Marulan, £8 Cs 7d; Moss Vale, £212s; Bowral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £3 Cs; Pioton,. £110s.
The Alleged Highway Robbery at Sutton Forest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
The Alleged Highway Rob].)Cry ,at- Sutton. Forest.. (The story-told by. G.eorge Jennings, who re presented. hiinsolf as ah, insuranco agent, ;and informed; the polico at Moss Yale, tlmt on Tuesday night last h.e was robbed by \three- rnpn. ofc £88.10s.. in, gold and. JJ8 ■ in •uotqs, was. generally discredited. Tho three men acouaed by hira, Peokham, Qrook, anil Franklin, w.ho. have, some time been, in the ; employ of Messrs. I>adgery, Brothers, w.ere brought before the Moss Vale police court yesterday woek and disoharged^ as. thero \yas,no,Gvjdence against thornV l
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
Tlie Weather. The. weather-in Bpwral of. late, lias been, ex tremely variable—one day boiug cold, the next warm; one day windy, the noxt calm. •Tuesday was tho warmest day we have ex perienced,. the Uiermometor in tho shade being 70 ; but Wednesday was quite, wintry again,,57. being the highest in the-shade.' Bptli were windy days. Thursday and yesterday wore very pleasant, being clear and-QaluL.
Original Poetry. WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
©MjfuiKl. ftoctr]). WAR. Now, tho last hour of evo is drawing nigh, Faitliful to his heart, deep from tlio well of love Hu sighs tho lost "good-bye" To hor—whoso promise is his only joy— Far in tho future,—now thoir veils above Dark clouds of mystery. Long the embrace, when doubt enshroud's tl\o hour Of parting, with no certainty again Of being so embraced. So midnight hushed his last farowell with looks, Made fonder still with earth's enslaving pain, While from hor bosom's love fell sighs that seemed To wreathe a spell bound boauty o'er tho twain, The soldier and his lovo. Restloss on tho couch, now tho last home rest He seoks, impatient for tho dawn of day, Once moro the rising sun— Wonderful are youth's untiring visions, Outstrotcliing o'or to-morrow's coming ray With doeds of glory dono. Those in his dreaming3, are enhanced tho more, When the unbridlod brain, in one. bold, stride, O'ertakoa tho futuro far. Fancied realities of ambition Disturb tho slutnb'ring foaturos as they gl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
WANTED immediately, a smart intelligent LAD no approntico to llio Printing business. Apply oillco of tills papor. "VyAf^TED, Comfortably Furnished COTTAGE * t at Bowral for Summer, about four rooms and kilchcn, from beginning of October. Terms find particulars, ALFRED GltOVE, Coopor-strcot, Vad diugton. 27il W TCTASTE PAl'ER, 0 lbs, for la,, officc of this papor. Bemma Qoal-mining Co., Limited. BEST TTousolioltl CoalH now Rolling fit fin. 0-1. per ton Truck. Od. per ton discount allowed .on nil accounts1 paid within seven days of: account rondorcd. RALPH BRIDGE, Agent,' 252 Bowral: A TOLET, BRICKYARD with l'lnnt. J. IIODOSON, Merrigang Road. 268 HAY. HAY. HAY. T>IUMn Onion-Hay for Salo in any ; Quantity. JL • Apply r. iiewttt, 275 Mittngoug. • TO BUILDERS. rpENDERS aro &lt; invitoiV for tho Ercntion of a ±' WOODEN COTTAGE at Mitlagong. To be sont in not later than \yUDNESDAY next,. Septem ber Urd. Apply to 207 •' ' Rev. F. 0. WILLIAMS. (JAUTIOSf, A NY PERSON'trespassing o...
New Post Office for Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
Sow; Post Ollicc for. Bowral. ■We notice,byr»let,tor to Mr. M,'Oonrt, M'.P., that the public works department has- bom, i^neBted''to, jilaco. upon. tliSvesUtafitea for 1885, for consideration, the suin:of 431COO, to defray the qost of a new offico p.t .Bowrah In tlio meantime it lias been decided to re main in the present premises,k the lease of which Mr. Morris lias consented; to 'renews qii monthly, tQii.ancy>. . • ■
"Enoch Arden." [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
'■'.EiiocliitArclcn."-!. On Thursday next the; Mitfcagong.publio. will liavo auopporhuiityof witnessing somo ox qellent dissolving views. aud of, listening to the rendition, ofj V Enoch Audon."' As the' proceeds arc to bo devoted to the now par sonage, building fund, we i'eel confident that liho Kev. F. Cv Williams will be delighted to see a crowded bouse on the occasion.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. Every 0110 who 1ms road tbe roport in your issue a few weeks ago of the public meeting in Bowrul for tho purpose of taking active stops , to have a now Church of England erected in your beautiful and progrossivo town, cannot have failed to notico how ex uberantly tho various speakers roforred to tJio rapid development 'of tho place ; and how thoy oppressed thoiusolves sanguine of Bowrul becoming in the near futuro an important centre of population. - Aud hav ing watched tho growth of the villftgo over since it was designated such—not a quarter of a contury ago—I feel proud to. be able to say thtyt I can heartily endorse every re mark made by the gontlcmcn who addressod tho meeting in question. Of course tho oc casion demanded that, the speakors, liko good advocates^ should make the best of their case, and use every argument in their powor iu convincing tlioir hearers of tho reasonableness of their request. But tho case was a good, one ; and nothing moro than a statem...
Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
Surgical Operation.. On Tuesday morning at the hospital'. Dr. : McKillop,. assisted by Drs. Gentle aud.Eay, i amputated tbe left leg of a.young girl.named Lucy Potter. The girl, who is nine years 1 ■ol" age, resides at Joadja Creek,, and was recently playing, at school with other chil- .; di'en when she fell and injured, her knee. , The injury was attended to by someone re siding near, but after a time,the patient not seeming to improve she was brought to .■ Gruulburn hospital. Dr. McKillop tried to : save the leg but failed, and amputation had .... accordingly to be resorted to, the limb being ; . . tukon- off above tho knee. The operation *; .was'successful,, and.'the patient is progress- i • ing as satisfactorily^as; could be expected;, _ j
Football at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
Ebotball at Mittagong, The return football matcli, Bowral v. Oak lands,. takes place this afternoon at three o'clock, 011 Mr. Southey'B ground. Tho following play for BowralAY. B.reuuan, Theo. Comer, Geo. Frost, P. Galbraith, E. Harper, H. D. Morton, A*. M'Donald, F. M'Donald, B. M'Goveru, V. B. Biley, F. Stannard, H. fphepherd, J. AVard,,H. Wick bam,; and H. M. Gxley. . *. •"
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
C O MM E R C I A L.. South Coast and Wiisr Oaiidux , Cororan.mvK . .. ' QoMPANV, LlSUXUt). Butter, 1st, per lb., lad to 18d • " „ 2ml, no demand Bacon, host Mcrimbula hand envoi), Oil to lOtV ' „ bc.it, innehine cuioil, 7(1 to !)d „ heavy and rough, 3d to (id Hams, best Merimbnln, hand-oured, 10d to, Is ■ „ limeliino curod, !)d to lQ.d : : • .'Lard, (ill to 7d Cliccso 1st,, per lb., Oil to fid , 2nd and inferior, 4d to 5d 'Pigs, alive, per lb; (ill to Gd Calves, cadi, 'Js Oil to 80s Od Hides, per lb, 3d , Calf skins, caoh/Is Gd : t , '1'allow, per ton, £28 Os to £!)2 10s Maine, per bushel, -Is Od tola 8d ! ' ■ 1 ■ Hity, oiiton, per ton, £5 Os to £3 10s 0^ ,, hiccrno, do., £2 '10s to £&lt;1 6s 0,1 . Potatoes, do., iM5a to iio l()s 0,1 Fowls, ]jer pair,'.Js. iW to da Oil. i Dne)ts,: do, Gs Oi io, Os 0.1 Geese, do, 8h (U t,o 0;) Od 'I'lirkoys, do, 7s Od to l(is Od lSggs, per do-/,., Is OJ to Is Id •August 28, 1891.
MOSS VALE DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
MOSS VALE DISTRICT CQUliT. Tub abovo Court was opened hy Ins honor Judge McFarland, at 10 a.m. on luesdi\y last. The legal mon F^ouL vr°«>— Davidson, Goulburn; Mr. Bull, Oampbcll lown ; Mr. T. 0. O'-Mara, barrister, byclnoy ; and Messrs. Gale, Nichols, and Goodtollow. W. MoGourt v. Ed. ■Boylo^to. recover ij7 | 8.s., advertising.—Amount claimed paid into Court, - , _ , Creigan and Conlon v. .Tosopli Hiu-ley, I to reoovcr£13 8s. Oid, good^ sold,—Yordiot r for-'amount with 10#. Ctf.-,cosl$. , Joseph Tidimych and another v. Fairburu, to recovor .£5 Is., contribution to Lodge.—verdiot for amount with oasis, Archibald Fairburn v. J. Riley, to recover ('9 10s., goods sold.—Mr. Nichols lor phuur ! tiff. Defendant did not appear i verdict for i amount wit!) 10s. Gil. coats. Thomas Fevgusou v. Wm. Clou.tt, to vo-. cover £12 1 s. Id., goods sold.-^-rMr. Nichols for plaintiff. Verdict for amount, with ICJo, Gd. costs. R. Dennett Jonos v. B. Rush, to Recover 4323, medical attendance.* • l)y c...
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
St. Stephen's,' Mittaoono. Sorvices ovory Sunday at 11 a.m. find 7 p.m.; nnd 'first Sunday in tho month, at 3 p.m. Colo (Coleman's Siding), ev.(iry Sunday, in, tho . a : * month, at 3 xi.ro. Lower. Mittagong,' second,Sunday in tho;montli, at-3. JoHoro, fourth Sunday in.tho,month, at_.3.p.m, /n