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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
Primitive Methodist- Church,. Sci'vicGB to-woiTow, August 31:— ; 'Bowral, at 11, Iiav. 0. Olden ; at 3, Itav. E. Jcnr: ninga; at 7, Mi. It. T..Booth' ' ■'* ' i Bundnnoon, at 11, Mr. R. Hoskina; nt 7, Mr. S. l'enna • . > Ringwood, at a, Mr. S. Ponna ,
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 30 August 1884
TFcshyan, Chtrch. ' Services to-morrow, August 31:— " ■ I Mittngongj at>ll, Mr. Morris ;.nt 7, Preacher.: t! , . ; l.Bowral, ok ll. Bev. B/..Jennings ;;at 7; Bov. Ch Olden ■ Kangaloon, at 11'ancl 7, Bev. 1". B. MoMichacl ■ /Bobortson,>at 2.B0, Mr. Rnward ■ Wild'Bi Meadow; at 7,Hr, AVliito Moas Vale, at 3;- While tlio weatlior is so cold, tho scrvico will bo commoncod in tho open air and coiUinucd in tho Oddfellows) Hall.
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
GARDENERS' CALENDAR tfOTt SKl'TyjIRJill. JCitciiun G-ahdh;;.—Sow pons, .French hoatia, cabbage, lettuce,' carrots, parsnips, ■ turnips, broccoli, radish,' spinach, tomatoes, ; capsicums, etc. l'laat potaloos, cabbage, lottjiico,: mtiehokes, ■ celei'y, parsley, and horbs. Sow molons; 'cucumbers, pumpkins, &a. Keep down wocrlH, pulvcriso tho soil, and irrigate. Orohard.—Orarigo, lemon, and'almost all evergeen fruit trees may ,bo transplanted ; do not keep them: longer out of tho ground than liecossary. In warm: j situations, cherries, early plums; loquats, and stvaw I berries ripeii about the Qtjd of this month.. Flower Cardan.—Con tinuo planting lilies, crinums, and other bulbs. Flowering shrubs may still be transplanted with care. Hyacinths, tulips, anemones, and ranunculuses bloom, this mouth; protect them from too. much hoat, at mid-day, asnlso.in boistorous weather, l'lant dahlias in good rich-soil. Sow bal sams and tender annuals in a warm sheltered situa tion. Wood and ...
FREETHINKERS NOT ENEMIES, TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
lUlEBTJlINKKliS NOT ENKMIKS, TO TIIK BDtTOR OP THE howiliVI- PUKE l'UUSS.!' I wish to acltnowlodgo that tlio explanation givon by tho Bev. Mr. Mullens as not being personal is qnito satisfactory, and it is my i wish, iiu wolf as hia, that wo should aoo oyo to oyo, ' There remains ono thing that I think ho might bo a littlo tnoro oxplicit about, an ho roitoratos hia intention of being aggrossivo,. and oxcusos himself by Haying Unit bis won-,'; pons of aggression aro not carnal but spirit ual.' If that woro true I would lnivo nothing more to say; but unhappily it is not true, for tlio church lio is aonncctod with uses othor means than mighty appeals to tho in tolloct and heart. Quoting from your last issue, under tho head of Condensed Items, it is said that Bishop Biht}'iiieauB to nrgo a timclo3s and i ceaseless war against Secularists. Ono of i tlio means that lie and oilier churchmen have boon using is to try and got tho power- j fill arm of tho law to put a stop Lo freethink ers de...
DEBATING SOCIETIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
DEBATING- SOCIETIES, to- tiie bd1ioii of tii15 howraii feee mess. Sin,—The pom sal of the interesting and woll-writlen essay in your issuo of the lGth August, on, Debuting Societies has afforded ■mo no. small amount of' pleasure, aud has ; induced mo to express a fervent hope that there #re others in Bowral who, have like ■ wise been similarly edified and entertained by reading it. And not edified apd enter tained only, but stimulated to take into their serious consideration tlio dosirability of' re establishing the,defunct Mutual Improve ment Society,, which I am i.uformed existed ' ija B.owral for a few months a couple of years ago.. The value of these societies has been so clearly and succinctly stated by your con tributor that it would be useless for me to attempt to add to the arguments contained in the article referred to, and which I sin-, corely hope was not passed over carelessly by the young men who bad an opportunity of reading it. And not less warmly do I hope that the w...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. IU^IjIQIOUS I^STRUGXiaN IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 'XO.TIIH ElUTOIt OPTIII3 TJO,\Y!UTi 1>HRB I'KMSS. fhn.—With tho last issuo of tho Church of Jilnt/lnnil JtKord comos a nupploii}ent which is sin^ply a farm to ho Ullod in by po'raons who wiaU to eon tribute towards tho pay ment of teachers; appaiutod to. givo religion (i.o. fionfc) instruction in • our state schools. N'ow what d,ooa this show? In the lirst place it ahowsi a groat want of consistency iu at least tho Anglican Church, far Ia(oly woworo tolcl that tho concession of ono hour per diem lor special instruction in tho schools wn,s useloss, and many of us know that that hour lms not boon utilized by tho ohurolioR to half tho oxtont it might" havo boon. For examples:—In tho model sdiqol at Fort-streot, Sydnoy. at (bo tiino of the passing oi' tho act and (or yearn after only one instructor attendod.and that gentleman usod to go about sovon miles twico a wook to tho school, while thoro wero dozens oJ' clergymen...
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
BUNDANOON. Tub weather in hooping very dry indend,nnd it scoinii to jmrtnUo mora of iwinnior limn spring. . On Tuesday evening lust a very onjo.yablu evening was spent by tho members of tlio Utindiiuoon liood Templars I,odgo iind their friopds in lliu P.M., Oliapol. A nieo programme of Bongo, recitations, imrl dialogues was got through, and lit inlorvitls re IroahmoiitH wore handod round liy Homo of tho sis ters. Tho Bundaiioon Onoil Templars mo evidently alivo to tho fnot Hint atlraolivo meeUngs help, tho .teinporanco oauso very uiiicli. XIlis (Thursday) ovoning was onlivonod by tho momliom of our local J3nnd of Ifopo holding their imnnl monthly meeting. llov. K .1. Speneor pro sided mid u good ' programmo of recitations and dialogues liy tlio juvonilo members, together with songH hy Miss B. I|iiyton and Mr. TJ. Lovnll, was rendered. It in gratifying to ltnovv that tlio interest tiilcon in tho linnd of lioiio is unnbntoil, Qn Saturday next, (ith instant, wo sue to ho on toilninod b...
FARMERS SHOULD KEEP RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
FARMERS SHOULD KEEP RECORDS* Most farmers cannot tell what a single crop costs or what • they realise for it, which crop pays and which does not, what clasB of farm stock is to them profitable or otherwise, or what field has brought in more than .lias, been ex pended upon it. The farmer does not keep ac counts, because he thinks tfio work too difficult, but it is not necessaryfor the farmer to be an expert accountant. If possessed of only aver age intelligence, a fair supply of good common sense, a blank book and a pencil, he can do all that iB essential. The transactions of each day can; be set down at night in a few minutes. I Among the leading advantages of book-keeping is an accurate knowledge of the cost of each crop. Many a farmer's son has been set on the right road to .learn the use and value, of money by being directed at evenings to make out a ■statement of the day's work, its. cost, its returns and.profits, &c.
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
BOWRAIi POST OFFICE. Mails close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For'Kangaloon .and Itobortson 2. p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) •. Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excopted.) Mailshrrive from all stations South at £U10 a.m., daily, (Sundaysexcepted.) .From allstationB'North at midnight, (Sundays excopted.) - From ; Sydney, Parramatta, and' all stations Wost at 1.2B pan., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Ordor Oflice closes at 6 p.m. Post Offioo houra bom 0 a.m. to 6, pmw and od Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. ' ' Telegraph Office bouts from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.). Mails' close ;■ for all stations south ait 9.30 p.m.^ Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to G p.m.
MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
MARULAN. Accident.—An accident of n, most sorious_ nnturo happened to Conrad- Soilov, a well-linown resigent ot Marulan district, on Suturday last. Ho was dnuv sleopors at Wingollo siding with a hoi'sc-team, and it appoars that wliilo drawing along a bush track tho horeea.'were.going too close to a Htump, and lie tried to keep tho shaft horse off it when the wheel caught him and jammed him against it, crushing his chest in and squeezing his head and stomnel). He h&ii not been ablo to speak cvqr since, being un conscious, mid !s now lyitjg ,n Gojilburn Hos pital in a aritical condition, ftnd very liitlo hopoa of iiiu recovery aro entortaii)od. liimiiioHH Changes.—Tho lloynl Motol which htut boon oarripd on by Mis. Carrigan, has boon transfer Jcil lo Mr. ,Iol|ii Kelly, who is woII known in busi ness circles, and will 110 doubt do a good trado. Tho hutehering business canind on by Mr. II. Chapman, jtin., will 111 future bo curried on by Mr. C. Oaonibeu ; wo wish our now townsme...
Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
Harold Nethcirly; on, T HE G A. M E 0 F hi F H, CHAPTER XI (CONTINUED), Madame le Blano was not, as Netherly knew, an early risor; and as, before , en countering her, it was desirable to have a conference with Jan9 Gibson, he found his way to Bock Cottage by seven o'clook in the 1 morning. Jane Gibson, a portly-pretty damsel of some twenty years of age, was in the act of thrusting open the parlor shutters as he came up; and,her froslj saucy face shining iii the rosy light ofaoloudless morning of May, looked sa very attractive as it poered through the flowering hyacinths in smiling recognition of tho new comer, that he could not forbear kissing it; so, at least, he said • in reply to Jane's-— .La I Mr. ..Netherly, what a man you are ; you always take one upon a nonplush so. ■ What, again ! 0, for shame !" "May.! come in?" asked Mr. Netherly, after a while. . " To be sure," said Jane Gibson, tripping to the door and opening it, " Madame won't be up theso two hours, and every thing is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun bo consulted daily at 'Mits. Giiay's, CANiioNjiyn* Cottaob, MITTAGONG, 134 WOOD-PRESERVING Qlfc And Kkrrbisnb Tab, Wliolcsalo. J. J. 1VUANE, Stoves, Nattai. J. Q. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Sivlcstnan, IfisuvaRCO Agont, &o., &o., Opposite Railway Station, J30WBAL, RECEIPT BOOKS. /SKDINABY Receipt Books anil RENT Booeipt \J Books', each containing: 100.;: on: "nlo at tho Frdo Trpsa Bopk and Stationery Dopot, • Bpwral. 9d. cnoh. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estato, and.Goneral Commission Agont, MOSS VALE. Agent fo;r Victoria Firo Insurance Company. MEDICAL* Dn. MADDEN Will visit Bowral on Saturday (forenoon) in con noction with tho Oddfellows. Messages uiay bo loft at Mrs. Wilson's.. JOHN WRIGHT, AuotioncQi\ Ln,ud and Kstato Agont. All transactions in tlio uliovo linawill rcccivQ the greatest euro tuvl alloution. AddruHHr— MEPICAL ECAWi, NA'-TTA^ POR SALE, SAWN TIMBER, Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum. . Tho best and cheapest in tho district Lo...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
CONDENSED rrewis. Bcaoh Wft3 nobly vcocivctl nt Wollonaong. h Our 'Boya" ft gtc!\,t success in Moss Vivlo. vJAfln'rulo, BismMoHllins only ono nionla day. Beach sayH ]Iqn]un is n thorough .gontloninn.^ Tho Niagara full" Gun lio hoard at n'd'iHlanoo of 80 miles. • A compresscd paper chimney )j50, foot ]iigh orcolod Ht'Brc'slauY Covers to ho laid for 500 tit llio Mudgce banquet, (September 10. Frecthought in Goulburn(■ %vq -menu tl\at John Bright is thorp, ; i Hir Henry l'rtrkea made a grand spooch on Ills ro (urn to Sydney, , 'j'lio Greenock Advertiser; aflor nrnn of 88J yours, had cqnsod to oxist. ' •' Jiiqtny llio .whisperer'' an-oslod at Yass, for at (oniplc'l inurdev 18 years «su« ■ Bin-go's timo for tho Derby, on S.tUiy'day—2;i2 —ouo of llio fastest an record. The Kclio Buys that Sir Henry's grout fl|)ccch did not ring true in any particular, ■ '.I'ho lJppor House p'rojoct a largo number of (imcndmpnlsnpon tho Ijiind Bill, TTuir-noicBof land in Melbourno, with a Irontago * |o !)J...
Select Poetry. YOUNG HEEDLESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
YODNG HEEDLESS. Young Heodless is ft boy Who lives iu every town, His name ? 'Tis sometimes Jimmy Smitli, And sometimes Tommy Brown. Young Heedless goes to school— When he can find his hat; At home ho loves to play at ball—* When he can find his bat, Of mittons, one is gone ; Of rubbers, two or more; And on the very coldest day He never shuts the cloor, The hammer's always lost, The saw left on the ground, And when ho wants his buttonrhoolf It never can be found, To buy a pieco of beef, You send him to tho shop ; He losos all tho change ho had, And brings you mutton chop, For all these oareless things, And more than I could name, Young Heedless always feels quite sure ' He never is to blame, His father would despair, But that this thing is true—&lt; That forty years or so ago, He was young Heedless too.
The Bowral Free press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
Do as adversaries do i» late, Strive mightily, hit eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY,\ SEPTEMBER 6, 1881. The fiery and irrepressible David Buchanan is illustrating with ft vengeauco tbo annoy ance and evils that may arise from tho par liamentary privilege of clearing the galler ies. llueenlly he moved a rosolutioij ;for the abolition of a practico whioli often ob structs tho businoss ot the legislature, and shuts from the public view proceedings car ' ried on within tho sacred walls of the as sembly. The time-honored custom of oall ing attention to straugers jn tho house, and the vexatious delay it may occasion, are now being painfully demonstrated by an hou, member .famous for waging hot warfare against worn-out- fads and crude r'omuauts of antiquated wisdom. Tho redoubtable barrister's 'democratic proclivities incline him io ft hatred for the venorated objects of aristocratical tastes and feelings. Those of his brother politicians who participate in those sentiments having respe...
COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
COLO VALEy Tire mining operations that aro being car>« ried on bore for Homo moths past I am, sorry to say liavo not proved so fur very successful,, although at ono timo oxoilomonfc was. pre valent caused by tho happy announcement that coal was struck at a depth of 000 foot. Operations were suspended until tho testing core barrel arrived, and speculations woro freely indulged in as to the eminent grow ing futurs of Golo Valo and its subterranean treasures. But alas, wlion il. was tested and found to bo a small bund about two loet_i.iv thiclcnoss, our hopes foil and prophecies* woro no. longer uttered. The drill was onco moro in motion—tho proprietors thinking another soam might bo undornoa.th,. but this, also proved unprofitable. So having come to a strata very liko tho primitive, forma tion, the company very wisely doterinined to shift tho mnchinc, and it is, now locatod about two mil on away at the Swamps wlioro I liopo they will moot with success. After somo fruitless but educ...
PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
riilMITIVE .'METHODIST. SUJSDAY . SGHOOIi. Tm* anniversary services of the Primitive Methodist Sunday school at Bowral wore held last .Sunday uud Monday. Sunday Morning, The Rev. 0. Olden (Wesloyan minister) conducted Divine service, exchanging pul pits with the Rev. R. Jennings. The P.M. church was convoniontly filled, and: Mr. Olden soon made himself quite at home in his new sphere of labor. Without going into details &lt;. of the hymus sung or the portions of Scripture read at tho three services, we may sum the matter up in these words—All were appropriate to tho occasion, having more or less direct reference to the young. An in teresting ' feature was that about twenty little girls dressed mostly in white, occupied a prominent position; and three times dur ing oaoh service^ assisted by a well-trained; choir, they treated the congregation to some: excellent music. Mr. Frost was musical; conductor, and the singiug reflected great credit upon his training. . The large choir...
EDWARD HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
Edwajid Hanlan. ■ Ilaulan ...was born at Toronto, Canada, July 12, 1855. Hg began bis careor as a professional sculler, by boating Loudon for the Burlington Bay Championship in 1874. Since that date be lias pulled the following races:—1875, defeated Loudon in Toronto Bay, stake 200 dollars and Governor General's medal. 1876, defeated M'Kee and Douglas. In the same year won tho champion belt of Ontario, beating M'Kay. Also, in 1876 won the Centennial Cham pionship, beating Brayley and others. June 18, 1877, was defeated by T. A. Plaistcd and Johnson on Silver Lake, Boston, butdefeatod Johnson again on the28th ofthesaniemoiith. Octobor 15,1877, boat Wallaco Eoss over a iivo-niile course for 2,000 dollars. 1878 beat Plaistedon Toronto Bay, stake 2,000 dollars. June 80, same year, won the Championship of America and 2,000 dollars. July 1st, same year again, and July 4th, at regatta, beat nil comers. August, sama your, pnllcd Wallnco Ross for 2,000 dollars lit St. John's, N.B., mid won, ...
Burrawang Farmers' Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
Bnrrawang Farmers' Clul). At tho monthly meeting on Thursday week the at tendance numbered sixteen. TJie following business was transacted :—The secretary is in future to bo a paid officer, but tho amount is to be fixed at next meeting. £1 worth of ferns to be forwarded (by re quest) to tho Cootamundra show for deooration. The attention of the commissioner for railways to be called to the matter of butter-l:ogs being neglected and exposed to the sun at Moss Vale goods-shed. The secretary to coirespond with the Agricultural Society at Washington with a view to obtaining samples of Johnston grass and Texan Bluo grass. Next meeting 2nd November,