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SELECT POETRY. DON'T BE IN A HURRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
15 E L E C I V O.H Í 11 Y. DON'T 1315 IN"-A UUBHY. Po\''t lio in n liuiTy i'ti answer yes or uo ; Notliinç'ii lost by bring HcnKoiiiihl.y (.low. In il liti"U,v iitoni',M\(, Ynu muy ßivo consent, An I through yprtrR of torment Ijeisureiy repent, . IÍ ft lover seeks you To buconio tux wife, ■ Happiness, or. misery Muy bo yourn'for life. Don't bo in t linrry Your feelings (o confess, 1 Util think-Ü«.' limiter over Jiefore you answer yes. Should ono.ask forgiveness - For a gravo offence, 'Honest (ours betraying • Jiarti"!st. pcnitcnoo, Fity nml console him, All liiM fenr» «I lay, And don't be in a hurry To drive the clu'Ui away. Hurry brings us worry, \Vorry wears ua out, Enny-Roing people Know whut they're about. Heedless haste will bring tig : Surely to the ditch, Ami trouble overwhelm ua If we harry to be rieb. Don't bo in a hurry To throw yourself nway, By tlio side of wisdom -, Por'a whilo delay. Make your life worth living, Nobly aot your part, ' And don't bo in a hurry To spoil i...
PRIMITIVE METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
PKXMlTtVK MRTHODIRT. ServicíB will lie held to-morrow as follow» :— Dowral, II a.m., Mr, Poggon 7 p.m., Rev. J. RiuhcH Bundsnoon, 11 a.m., Kc.v. J. liussell, 7 p,m., Mr. Grica
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
w ■VNTIO iram^jfcRAL-SBRVX^Tr Apply toJtI^^-O^IejOV^"gcStrnritwatJ3.o\vral. JANTE 1), a SITUATION as Maju seer o».a Sheep Station, sets dÍ3tiio£^S4£yciii's experience ürst-class tosti monials. Aa ITALIA, Jolo Vale. C^SLEYAN . Browr FOREIGN Rov. G. Brown?4Mqnci!r Missionary in Ne>v--ßritnin, will proaoii moruiiijwid evening in Uro Wesleyan Church, Bowral, on Sunaitjkiwxt, I&ííi inst. Rov. G. Brown will also adaîjsiOKssionary Meet ings during next weak asiÖllowtNs—ICaugiiloon, Monday ; Mittagong, Tue>«tay; and Bîhwail, Wed ncBrlay, , Each Mooting wilj. Collection inJteKalí of the Wesleyan Missionary1* Society. A A P A O N G LIO MEE. .held atßi ODDFELLOWS' H^TmOSS VALE, THIS DAY^jkK^STAOT^sita p.m., To protest ogtttfst the unjust and ruhiQus taxes proposccjifey ¡he Honorable che Treasurer. J. J. 0. ATKINSON?" E. TENDERS for Gruljbitig and Burning off about ton acres çÏNiçrul^-lfind. For particulars apply to— ".ORDERN, ¡dPark, Bo? F O R lliî S . A L E, HORSE, Drowfand Harn...
WERLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
WSRLKYàS. Services will be hold to-morrow m follows :— Mittofonj, 11 A.m., Mr. Rawurd 7 p.m., Mr. Osborne Bowral, 11 a.m., Rot. O. Brown ? p.m., „ Kangaloon, 11 a.m., Rev. C. Olden 7.30 p.m., Mr. Gregory Robertson, 2.U0 p.m., Rev. C. Olden Burrnwnny (Wild's Meadow), 7.80 p.m., Bov. C. Olden. Beirima, 7 p.m., Mr. Raward
LOSSES IN HATCHING EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
LOSSES IN HATCHING EGGS. A 0cmKF.si>0Ni>i:xT of Lite liurtiL ATt'it> Yorker thinks lio has discovered somo of Uio causea of failures in obtaining chickens, and ho gives this information :—In selecting eggs lor hatching tlio fresher they aro the better, and one shoulil avoid nil eggs out of Lho ordinary sizo and shape. - A very largo or doublo-yolkud egg will not 'luitch even tlio monstrosity'that beginners always hope for, neither will very .round eggs or very small ones. Sôc that th'ei'e is a cock foi\ every six or eiglit lions, and, if the range is unlimited, moro aro better.' Wh'on the lieu is set put as many eggs under lier as sho can possibly cover, for, some will havo to come out. Chalk down somewhere in sight andas near' the nest as possible the.date ol',the seventh day from putting tlio lion 011 the nest. ' Now comes tlie'trouble. To toll just .what'is in an egg it should liavo been twelve hours in perfect'rest, so it will be necessary to get up very early in the mo...
MISCELLANCEOUS. MUNICIPAL NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
MI SCELLA N.E O U S. MUNICIPAL NOMINATION. At noon an Tuesday last the nomination of candidates for Municipal honours, took placo';, ih thé Council Chambers, Campbell--* town. There ^ was à large attendanco, ftiicT although .considerable -interest was evinced in the proceedings, there was no illfeeling: or disorder. The friends of the various candidates appeared tó agree to differ, and there wa.s an entire absence of anything approaching the larrikin element. - '■&}■ few minutes after twelve the Presiding Officer (Mr. Bull) -rose and- said it- required-tio initiatory remarks from him to explain, the business for which they had met, ; It was the first Tuesday in February, and the Act Blade.:provision for. the proceedings they were entering upon. The nominations were—James Wilson, John Joseph Doyle"," James Booking, John Knight, and: George;. Lindsay. He had: received; a letter from' Mr. Lindsay, withdrawing from ¿lie contest. It was no.w for candidates to. express their I vie...
"HAD HIM THERE!" [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
"HAD IHM TIIßllE*!" When poor littlo Ponhcckcr returned homo vory Into ¡it night, from Hi o charity dinner, lie certainly had takoii as much us ho could carry, and■ Mrs. P.. lot him know it; ' Hon- , dercd callous by champagne and bravo with' brandy, tho poor littlo niau strpve to retali ate. ■ ■ : "* ".You'ro quito wrong, Mrs. P.," said ho, " women always arc, and always wero from Ihn very beginning. ' Why; lalkin' of >my goin' to litis dinner, you'scorn to forget it was woman who first tcmptod man to cat. A-/m Mrs.'P. !" '■ " Yes," said Mrs. P/, withcringly, ■" but man took to drink on Iiis own accouut after wards. Á-Iut', Mr. P. !" It was, no good Pbnlieclcer'to bo asleop.
THE SECRET OF POPULARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
TIÍE; SEOBEJ OP. POPULAIIIÏY. ' An Austin man; who was a candidate for a certain;politioal office, was. badly beaten 'at the polls by one whom Ave will designate as Brown.- Thé'next day* the defeated candi date strolled into'a saloon, wlíeré he owed a considerable bill, andj with an air of deep dejection called for a toddy. ;;After drinking' it lie: remarked tb' the barkeeper : " Don't you-feel sorry I was defeated yes terday?" ; " Not a blamed bit," replied the vivacious saloon keeper. " But, don't you see, if I had beenielected I could have paid you my bar bill, but now you1 will have to ^wait on me a spell." " Yes, that's all right enough," said the saloon keeper, " but if you had been elected Brown would ' have been defeated, and Brown owes rue twice as big a bar bill'as -yours.", . • The first Masonic Hall in the world was erected at Philadelphia in 1754 ; the second at Marseilles in 1765 ; the third at London in 177G. . ,
SELECT POETRY. WHAT PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
SELECT i\0 E T R Y WHAT PEOrUä 00 TO CHURCH FOR. SiiMK go to church just for n walk, Some tu «litre, un 1 luiigh, nn I talk ; Some go then1 to meet a frienl ; . Some their i J lu timo to spend. Home for nôiiorsvi observation, Sonic Coy private spéculation. Some 150 their to use their eye* Alt-! newest fashions criticise. Rome to show how smart they dicss, Home their neighbours to assess. Some to se«n a pretty bonnet, •Some to priée the trimming on it. Some to learn the luiwt news 'l'hat friends at lionie they may amnso. Some to gnssip, false and true, Safe hitl within the sheltering pe.w, Some go there to pleas« the squire, Some Iiis daughter to admire. . Some the parson go to fawn, Some, to lounge and some to yawn. Souie to claim the parish doles, Some for bread and some for coals. Some go there, its thought genteel, Some to vnnnt their pious zeal. Some to show how sweet they sing, Some how loud their voices ling. Some the preacher go to hear. Some his voice or style to praise or j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
TffiliJD, An ApDjM»*inö~!ötho Saddlo 11 in nuiiil WiiiWIiih I 111111 > 11 Bowral LOSTTTwo 9wngs, supposed toh&s®4*!5n stolon ;1 aontftining Wftnlwt^ííJiotegfSphfl, Pookot-book, &o. Howard onj3eliverytS~8tatiou Moutar, Bowral j Station. O STRAYED frfcrn^Nowburyi aboutítfíT Fivo Pat j Sheep, branded 9 oTh^Jjo baekj^-Beward for infor mation whioh will lead w-Uidfrocovery. CHARLES C^ICHOLSON, Newbury,. SuttaQ Forest. 14-2-Wr JMJOK^OUTl LOOK OUT 11 LOOK si oui AT MITJ3A0ONÖ, rerms to suit all bnyers¡ >AY. J. / B O B E B T 8, AUq/lQREEé, BOWRAL. TENDÊR9 aro invited for supplying the fojkiwing quantities »(Fonoinç Timber on the grounds of the Borrima District Agricultural H. and I. Society. Tendors to bo"in the hands of thefümretary on or boforo \ TUESDAY, 19th EEBRUARY, 1884. Tenderers to mentiorrttate/fey which they ean sup ply it. 100 Thrcc-holo Vpdta (Stringy-bark), and to bo not less than eight inchos wido, and threa inches | thick at headv/300 Rails (Stringy-bar...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
COMMERCIAL. .SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Butter, 1st, per Ib., 10.1 to la „ 2nd (¡ti to 8(1 Uacon, bent Mcrimbula hand curod por Ib., 8d to 10.1 „ beat, machine curod, 7d to 8d „ heavy and rough, -id to Cd llama, best Morimbula, hand ourod, lOd to 1s „ machino cured, M to lOil Lard, no domand ChoeBO lut, por Ib., Sd to 6d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to 4d Pigs, alive, por lb, 4d, to Cd Calvos, o noli, 10a Od to 20a Od nides, por Ib, lld Calf skiiiH, ouch, Is to Is Od Tallow, per ton, £28 to £35 Maize, por bushol, 4t) Od to 4fl ld Hay, oaten, per ton, X,5 10s to JEÖOf) „ lucerne, do., ii't Os to JE4 Oa Od I'otntooB, do., JC4 Os to £0 Oa Od Fowl«, per pair, 3h 3d to 3h 9d Ducks, do, 4a Od to 4h 6d (¡OOHO, do, 6b Od to 7a Od Turkeys, do, 7a Od to 12s Od Egßs, per doz., ls 10d, to 2a February 7,1881.
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. MY HOLIDAY; OR, AN HOUR OFF THE CHAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. MY HOLIDAY; Oit, AN IlOUfi OFF TUB CHAIN. O» tho morning of Ilia 17Hi, whilst Old Sol was ntill drowny from «lumber, my friond Mr. Zachariah Ban istcr mid mysolf took advantago of bis lit ot ennui anil wandcrod forth, laden with ft bag of dolicacicH, guns, and »munition. Wo wcro off on a shooting exposition, and our routa lay through tbo darle formidablo iunglo which you know forms tho chief geographical fon turo of tlio historio Bargo Brimli. Yos 1 vorily wo wnndorod 'tis truo ; wo woro making for a particular spot, but, as to wlmtUor wo would Qnil it, Zao and I loft an open question, as wo vainly triod to follow tho intrioato direotions givon us by a bushman. But, notwithstading our doubts, wo novor allowod a pin-sized shadow to loiter on our boyunnt spirits, but with alight heart and foot stops, ontorod, as did my illustrious countryman— on tho dark and savago way. Hold I I must bo truthful. I sworo furiously occasionally, particularly when I toro my unmen...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Ratbs for conveyance of cattle (at por truck) to Homobush uro as follows :—Prom Uoulburn, £1 4b ; Mordían, £8 10s 8d ; Moss Vale, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 6s ; Mittagoug, £2 Us ; Picton, £1 10s. Rates for conveyance of sheep (at per truck) to Homobush are as follows :—From Goulburn, £8 13s Id ; Marulau, £3 5s 7d ; Moss Vale, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8a ; Mittagong, £2 lis ; Picton, £1 10s.
BURRAWANG FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
BURRAWANG FARMERS' CLUB. Tins usual monthly mooting of the above Booioty was held on Thursday evening 7th Fobruary. Thoro were ninotoon mem bers prosont, tho olmir was occupied by tho Vico-prcaidont (Mr. W. Moses). The min utos of the previous meeting wero read and confirmed. Mr. George Williams was oleoted a mem bor of tho club. There was no corrospondonco of any public interest. A letter from Mr. Gronin was road by tlio Socrotary, in reforonce to a prize that lie liad won at tho last Burra wang show, and had not yet recoivod tho same. Mr. Miller said that ho had looked through tho prize award book, and oould not find any sucli prizo awarded. Mr. Parker said ho belioved that that gontloman had receivod a prize, as lie recolloctod cutting three ribbons for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizo horses and believed ono of thorn woro Mr. Gronin's. Tho ohairman was of opinion that the matter should bo attended to, as such a state of affairs was dorogatory to tho inter ests of tho socioty, but conside...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Mails oloso for all Etations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Eobcrtson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to G p.m., und on Sundays, for delivery of lotters, iSrc., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
TAXATION. A Hinnr.r influantial representative moeting was held at (ho Oddfellow«' Hall, Musa Valo, on Satur day evening, with Mr. J. ,T. O. Atkinson, J.P., in thfl chair. Tho following rcaolutionn were passod. It was proposed by Mr. E. Kater, J.P., and sooondod by Mr. .T. Bailgory, J.P.,—" Tlmt Ui!h mooting, though ready to boar necessary taxation, and whilst aympathising with tho Government in its present difficulty, principally «aused by tha stoppago of nales by auotion of Crown lands, most thoroughly protests taxe» aa stated in tho Budget speech, moro particu larly tbo tax on raal and porional property and that on ten, and considera tho timo iuopportuno to ramit import dation to the extent of £&lt;10,000 in tho ' fftoc of an estimated deiloit of ovor £1,000,000; and ! it furlhor boliovoB that any Bohemo of taxation should bo accompanied by an equitablo revision and 'reduction of tho public expenditure ; and this mooting furthor considers that thoro oxist mpst serious obj...
PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
PICTON. (PIIOM A CORUE8PONDBNT.) On Friday evoning last an entertaiumont was given in tho Protestant Hall, in aid of the Church of England building fund, to a orowdod house. As announced, the pro ceedings commenced at oight o'clook by Misa Critchloy playing an ovorturo in good stylo, for which she roceivod an encoro. Tho choir next Bang, " Thine O Lord is great ness," Miss Strong playing the accompani ments. Mr. J. Kennedy rendered in gootl style a recitation " Tho Sailors dying child," which was well recoivod. Mr. Elder here oame forward and aslced tho 'audienoe to keep perfect quietness or they would lose ' tlie best part of tho next piece, which was a series of songs taken from Uncle Tom's Cabin, called " Eva." This was sang by tho choir, except " The Happy Home," by Miss Millard, and " Homo, Bweot Homo," by Misses Millard and Critchley, all of which were well sung. Miss Critchley actod as accompanist all through tho piece, and Mr. Elder did the reading; tho whole of which occupi...