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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

railway time table. DOWN TRAINS FIIOM SYDNEY TO THE .COUNTRY, Mail Train leaves Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, at 8 p.m. •; Mittagong, daily, Mondays excepted, at 12.30 a.m.; Bowral, J2.S8 ; and Moss Vale', 12.50. Passenger Train leaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex cepted, at 9 a.m.; Mittagong, i.25 p.m.; Bowral, 1.35,; Moss Yale, 1.47. UP TRAINS PROM THE COUNTRY TO • SYDNEY. Ma?l Train leaves Goulburn daily at 1.10 a.m.; Moss Yale, 2.55; Bowral, 3.7; Mittagong, 3,25; arrives in Sydney at 6.40. ' Passenger train leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays excepted, at 11 a.m.. ; Moss Yale, 12.50 p.m.; Bowr ral, 1.12 ; Mittagong, 1.45; arrives in Sydney at 5.'20.. A passenger train leaves Moss Vale every morn. ing, Sundays excepted, at 7,15 ; Bowral at 7.30; ar rives in Sydney at 11.30; returns from Sydney every evening, Sundays excepted, at 5,8, reaching Bowral at 9.18 and Moss Vale at 9.40. The tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at .8.30 a.m., and arrives at Mittagong at 12, Bowral at 12.1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

CONDENSED ITEMS. Mr» Gladstone id improving in health. Mr. J; T« Gftnnoiij M.L.A. for Argyle, has resigned his seat in parliament. A terrible colliery explosion had occuifed in Aus» tria) by whioh 120 lives were lost» It is proposed to indreasfl the strength of tile British Army by 15)000 additional men. l?he report that Lord Wolseley's eyesight had be come affected proves to be without foundation* the cricket match All England Eleven against eighteen juniors on Saturday last resulted in a draw. It is probable that the government of the Dominion of Canada will send 3000 troops to aBsiai the Bri tish forces in the Soudan* Bev. Dr. Walsh) D.D,, Principal of Maynooth Col lege, has been appointed to succeed the late Cardinal MacCabe as Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin. In the event of a contingent being sent from Aus tralia in August next to the Soudan, the English war office is willing, if necessary, to supply the officers and sergeants. It is announced that Lord Wolseley and the he...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE NEW GOYEMOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. LONDON, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

THE NEW GOYEMOR OP NEW SOUTH WALES. LiONDONj Makoh 7. Lord CJ^ringion has been Appointed to succeed Lord Augustus Loftus as Governor of New South Walesj Mur.da 8. it is unlikely that Lord Carin^ton, who has been appointed Governor of New South Wales, will leave England before the end of the year. Lord Derby has formally introduced Sir Saul Samuel, A^ent-GeneraJ for New South Wales, to the new Governor

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

iBOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mails .close for all stations North :a.t 9.3,0 p.m.., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Robertson 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 3.5 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Prom all stations North at 12.38 a.m.. (Mondays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all .stations West at 1.35 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.). The Bowral Money Order Office closes at 6 p.m. , Pos.t Office hours from 9-a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays, for .delivery of letters, &p,, o.nly, from 9 to 10 a.ni. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m, to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 pan., Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from !) a.m. to 6 p.m.

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

CATTJiE AND SHEER Bates for .convejanoe of cattle (at per truck) to Homebush are as follows:—From (ioulburo, £d -is s Marulan, £3 10s 8d; Moss Yule, £2 12s; iiowral, £2 8s ; Mittjagong, £2 6s; Picton, £1,108. .' ; Rates fox conveyance of sheep (at petf truck) to Horuebush are as followsErom Goulburn, £li l as Id; Marulan, £3 6s 7d:; Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral., £.2 8s .; Mit.tagong, £2,08 ; Picton, £1 10s.

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AMERICAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

AMERICAN STATISTICS. The StandwriVs New York correspondent says" A resume of the commercial statis tics of 1884 gives the following interesting particulars:—The number of business fail ures in the States was 10,908, the largest ever known, and 1784 over those of 1883. The liabilities of these bankrupts amounted to 226,000,000 of dollars, which was 54,000,000 dollars over 1888. On the New York Stock Exchange the total sales trans ferred the ownership of shares valued at 96,000,000 of dollars—about the same sum as in 1888 ; in 1882 the sales were 113,720,665 dollars. The Clearing House Exchanges dealt with a value of 32,457,732,582 dollars; in 1883 the amount was 38,998,978,968 dols. The cotton sales were 24,062,500 of bales; in 1883,25,634,700 bales. The value of the staple products of the country have declined in the same way as stocks, except cotton ; wool, 33 to 41 last year, against 21 to 23 to-day ; pig-iron, 20£ to 21|- dollars per ton last year, against 18 to 18£ to-day; steel...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

LOCAL BREVITIES. The Rev. R.- Jennings lias joined: the' Presbyterian Church. There was no business at the Mitta'gong police court last Monday. We take the final opportunity of remind ing intending exhibitors that entries for the forthcoming show at Moss Yale clos6 to-day (Wednesday)1. • Mb. Williams, the evangelist,-said on Mon day evening that the people of Bo » nil had had more chances to be saved than any toWii he was acquainted with. In his sermon last Sunday evening in the Wesleyaii Church, Bowral, Mr. George Wil liams said that he never saw elsewhere in his life' such a low type of Christianity as obtains in Australia'.' Owing1 to the school' of arts being engaged1 every'evening this week for th© continuance of Mr. George Williams's evangelistic- mis sion there will be no meeting of the Bowral Debating Society on Thursday evening. We are given to understand positively that the Bowral School of Arts will be completed by the end of next week. A meeting of the committee- Was hel...

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PROTECTION.—WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

PROTECTION.—WHAT IT MEANS. Mr. J. S. Jeans, the secretary to the Iron and Steel Institute, recently (writes the Spectator) read a paper before the Statistical. Society, in which he showed that the four teen millions of wage-receivers in the United Kingdom earn an aggregate income of .£880,000,000 a year, the average being about M2 per head, or ten per cent, more than they earned in 1867. Since 1850 the aver age wages of workmen in the leading indus tries have increased 40 per cent., and are now 58 per cent, higher than wages in Prance, and 42 per cent, higher than wages in Germany. They are, however, 45 per cent, lower than those of the United States. Mr. Jeans believes that the cost of living, except as regards rent, is much the same everywhere, and that the higher wages there fore mark a distinct increase in comfort. He noticed incidentally that while in England 28 per cent, of the people, or nearly a quarter live by manufactures, the proportion in the United States is only 7^- pe...

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Presbyterian Assembly. APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

Presbyterian Assembly. Applications fob Admission to the' Mi&is tby. At the sitting of the Presbyterian1 Assem- j bly in Sydney last Saturday the Clerk (Rev. James S. Laing) read the petitions of the Eev. W. H. Drewett, formerly a Wesleyan minister, and latterly a Congregational min ister, and also the petition of the Eev. Richard Jennings, late Primitive Methodist minH.er at Bowral, praying for admission into the Presbyterian Church. The Assem bly having resolved itself into a committee of the whole, considered the petitions with closed doors. Finally the committee agreed to the following deliveranco in the case of the Rev. Mr. Jennings :—" Receive the pe tition and order the same to lie on the table till next meeting of assembly; instruct the petitioner to pursue his studies in theology and sacred languages; authorise the Church Extension Committee to make arrangements for the employment of the petitioner during the year, and report to next assembly." In the case of the Re...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, drink as friends. Wednesday, March 11,1885, NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

Hoforal Jfm press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, <ZnW« <w friends. Wednesday, March 11,1885, NEWS AND NOTES. The military enthusiasm fortunately has not affected the equilibrium of my mental •organs. Not one of my aucestors, so far as I can trace them back, ever associated him self with military matters. Therefore as the recent craze never fired me, or any of my kin, with military ardour, I stayed at home all day last Tuesday calmly contem plating on the future of those seven hundred and fifty men who left our shores to die ot dysentery in Egypt, or in the bloody and re ligious war that there prevails. It is non sense for anyone to runaway with the idea that the majority of people in the colony ap proves of the action of the government—or rather of Mr. Dalley—in doing what has been done. It is well known that on airoc casions when a great question is before the public mind one hears but very little about it excepting on the popular side. The cal...

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RUSSIA AND ENGLAND. LONDON, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

JKUSSIA MI) ENGLAND. London. Mvrch 8< The (Observer of to-day states that Lord Granville issued an ultimatum on Friday to the Russian Go vernment, demanding the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Afghan territory < The Ameev of Afghanistan is sending reinforce ments of troops to the frontier, and the British gar risons at Quetta and Pinshin are being materially strengthened. The Russian Government have given immense orders for cartridges to American manufacturers. The Emperor William of Germany is impressing upon the Czar of Kussia the advisability of arrang ing a settlement of the Afghan frontier question with England* It is reported ihat the colocies have offered to raise a Contingent numbering 50,000 men to assist England in the eveni of war with Lussia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

THE FBEE PRESS Book, Stationery, & Fancy Goods Depot, BONG BONG-STREET, BOWRAL. J^IST OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND:— Buled Note and Letter Papers Plain, ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign ditto Fancy ditto, colored and goffered edges Mourning Note Papers and Envelopes - Foolscap, plain arid ruled Laroche's best Note Paper and Envelopes Classic ditto ditto Original Repp ditto ditto Chromatic Tinted Eepped Note and Evelopes, assorted, Is. lOd. per box The Royal Paperterie, assorted tints, wicker , . pattern, note and envelopes, a hand some article, 3s. 9d. per box The Duchess Box of Stationery, Is. 6d. The Handy Series Box of Stationery, plaip and floral, Is. and Is. 6d, The Colonists' Tinted Box of Stationery, Is. The Wonderful Box of Stationery, 9d. . Envelopes, all sizes and qualities Day Books Playing Cards, 6d., 9d., and Is. per packet Ink Erasers Lead and Best Drawing Pencils Pocket Companions Memorandum Books Account Books Pens and Pen-holders Slates and Slate Pencils Elastic B...

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The Maloga Aboriginal Mission. MR. G. MATTHEWS IN BOWRAL, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

The Maloga Aboriginal Mission. Me. G. Matthews dt Bowral, As is customary with Mr. Matthews, he visited Bowral on Monday, 2nd March, on his way from Sydney to the Maloga mission field. In the even ing Mr. Matthews addressed about twenty-five people in the School of Arts, The night was rather damp and cold, or the attendance would probably have been larger. Mr. R. Morris occupied the chair, and the proceedings were opened devotionally, after which the chairman made a few remarks. Mr. Matthews said he had been carrying on the aboriginal mission at Maloga for about eleven years, and neither his wife nor himself were tired of it yet. He was sorry the attend ance that evening was so small, as he was pained to observe that the social welfare of the blacks was so little improved by the white people generally. He had seen the dark minds of the blacks brought to Jesus. The work of instruc tion had been very hard, and for many long years they had looked for the blessing, but did not get it ti...

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MR. FLETCHER, M.L.A., ON THE COLONIAL SECRETARY, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

ilRj FLETCHER, M.L.A., OS THE COLO NIAL SECRETARY, Tub miners' annual demonstration of New castle took place last Thursday < The gov ernment refused to proclaim the day a pub lic holiday,- part of their reason being " that Tuesday, the 3rd instant, having been de clared a public holiday for the whole coun try, the application now made appears to be wholly unnecessary* unless* indeed, for the purpose of affording certain persons, an op portunity of manifesting their dissent from liie action of the government, and the uni versal feeling of the people of New South Wales." At the demonstration general re ference was made to the action of the gov ernment, and the following resolution was Carried unanimously :—" That in the opinion of this meeting the communication from the colonial secretaiy is unworthy of the position held by that gentleman, and calls for the disapproval of this meeting; Mr. James Fletcher, M.L;A.* who was en thusiastically rec jived,supported the resolu tion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

To Business People & .others. lorms of Notice Before Proceeding,, under- the 8 Small Debts Act obtainable at the Free p^ess. Office. Price 2d. each. ORDINARY Eecoipt Books and RENT Receipt Books, each containing 100; on sale at the Free Press Book and Stationery Depot, Bowral, 9d, each. THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING. 4s. per quarter in advance; 5s. if booked. Quarters end as follow: — March 31, June 30, September .80, December 31, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving , a week's notice in writing direct to the office, and paying to. the end of the then running quarter. . Advertisements are charged for at the following rate each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to five lines: one inch, 3s; every additional inch,' Is (id, with a reduction of one-fourth for. thirteen consecu tive insertions, and of one-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s 6d each. No advertisement booked under Is. 6d. ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

Cricket. On Saturday afternoon last a match took place in Mrs. Oxley's paddock, Bowraf, be tween the Upper Mittagong and Bowral Cricket Clubs, when the latter club won by 11 runs. The match was decided by the first innings, there not being time for the two innings. The- scores on both sides were goodr as the following will show Upper Mittagong^ J. Griffiths, b A. Ellsmore. 0 W. Whatman,, o Graham, b Rotton.... 6 Fraser, c Rotton, b Ellsmore... .> • 0 W. Ford, b Rotton ... 5 Jas. Griffiths, b Rotton1 ,7 H. Rudge, b J. Norman' ... .• 21 D. Whatman, 1 b w............ 13 W. Menzie, st J. Normal* 5 Loseby, not out ............. 13 R, Norman, 1 b w. 0 J. Emmett, b Brennan 1 Sundries . .■» 12< Total-..... 83; Bowral. J. Norman, b Ford .................. 8 F. Cope, b Ford 12 D. Ellsmore, b Ford ................ 4 W. Brennan, 1> Ford ................ 6 F. ©rove, b Menzie ■ * ........... ✓ 0 W. Sims, s Menzie ....... .•»■.■.... 15 T. Graham, thrown out.8' A. Ellsmoi'ne, not o...

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CHURCH AND STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

CHFM AND STAGE. By G-. R. Sims in the Theatre Annual. '.Extremes meet much more frequently in1 real life than they do in fiction. The fic ,tionist generally brings extremes together for the purpose of exciting our mirth by a' remarkable contrast. No one has been more successful in obtaining ludicrous situ ations out of the meeting of extremes than the author of the " Bab Ballads." Incou "gruifcy has been the device upon his literary banner, and, thanks to the perfect art-of ex quisite finish of his style, he has carried that banner to victory again and again. The extremes that met first, if I remember rightly, in the pages of Fun when poor Tom Hood sat so comfortably in the editorial chair, have met again and again upon the stage of the Opera Oomique and the Savoy, and have never failed to provoke a British .audience to mirth. But in real life, except on rare occasions, there is more pathos than humour in the meeting of extremes. There is tragedy, not comedy, in the spectacle of Laz...

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Original [?]oetrg. BELLONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

JEILONA, 'The silent night sinks o'er the land And soothes the soul with slumber's wand. To dream away'the sorrow: 'The moonbeams quiver soft and bright -On those who sleep beneath their light, And shall not wake to-morrow. AH that lie here in deep repose No friendly hand their eyes shall close, Nor soothe their lowly pillow ; So unadorned their resting-place, .As those dark graves that leave no trace Beneath the rolling billow. Here summer's sun and winter's rain .Shall o'er them smile and weep :in vain:: For them the war is over; And here, as stark and cold they lie, Tlie midnight breezes o'er them sigh, The night birds o'er them hover. For them no more the bugles call, The roll of drums at even fall, The p artial clang and clamour ; Their/.ace is run, their struggles o'er, To earthly sounds they rise no more, Blind now to glint and glamour. But far away, in grief and pain, Fond hearts for them shall beat in vain, With hopeful, loving yearning; Fond eyes,shall strain their .weary ...

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BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. The following announcement appeared some time ago in a foreign paper:—" Who would earn 2000 dollars ? Said sum will be paid by Mr. Marco Pimento to any five of his fel low citizens who will favour him with their company to dinner on the following Satur day, but after the dinner, which is to be of the grandest, each guest, before lie receives the promised amount, will have to comply with the following conditions: He must eat, under the eyes of his host, either a live rat, a raw snake, a dish of rabbits' eyes in vine gar, thi-ee moles, or a paper pie. The first comer may take his choice." What will not many a man do for the sake of 2000 dollars ? On the day in question twenty persons put in an appearance. Five of the competitors were chosen by lot,>and "entertained with the best viands and the choicest wine at one of the first hotels in the town. Dinner over, the entertainer explained the motive of his course of action; He had been at one time, he said, a poor...

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BACON, AND HOW TO CURE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 11 March 1885

BACON, AND HOW TO CURE IT. The best bacon is made from pigs which will not weigh more than 125lbs. when dressed. The rashers or stripps for the bacon are cut lengthways off the pig, and about half of the sides are used. The por tion next to the backbone -is fatter and' lacks in muscle, and it is not so good on that account. When bacon is made from small pigs—those weighing less than lOOlbs. —the whole of the side is used. Red and black Berkshire hogs make the best bacon because they have the largest proportion of lean meat. Six pounds of salt and two ounces of saltpetre should be used for one hundred pounds of meat — too much saltpetre renders. the meat dry and hard. Five pounds of brown sugar may also be used. If the bacon is cured in a barrel, the salt, saltpetre, and sweetning should be mixed .and a portion sprinkled on the bottom of the barrel, and some also between the layers of the meat and on the top, and enough water, after the meat is packed closely, put 011 to cover it. In...

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