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Mittagong Police Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
3Iitt»goji£ Police Station. In tho legislative Council, on Tuesday evening last, Mr. Mcintosh asked tho representative of tho govern ment :—1% What ib the.numbor of and size of rooms and cell accommodation in tho polico station, Mitta gong ? 2. Do tho rooms, occupied by the police man and liis family communioato directly with the prison cells, and are thoy within tho same walls ? 3. How many persons recently, and for a consider able time past, have resided in these rooms prior to their remo.val through .sickness and what was tho monthly average of prisoners conflncd in the samo since July, 1883?. 4. Have any of the occupants been laid up with typhoid fever ? 5. Has tho in tention of tho minister in charge of tho department been specially called to the necessity to provide in creased accommodation ; if so, whp.t steps liavo been taken in the mattor ? . Mr.,Dalley in reply gave particulars as to tho size and number of rooms and cells at the police station, Mitlagong. One ohild there, ...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
Wbsloyan: Church, r Services to-morrow, Soptembor,7 ■■■■>,'' > r Mittagong, at 11, Rev. T. 11. MeMiclmol f at 7; Supply Bowral, at 11, Preaoher; at 7, ltev, C. Olden &lt; \ ' Kangaloon,&lt;nt 11, Hov. 0. Oldon >, .Robertson, nt 11, Mr. Osborne; at 7; Mr. Walsh ■> "Wild's Meadow, at 7, Mr. Osborno
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
St. ' Stephen's,, Mittaoon-q . Services ovory Sunday; at. 11 a.m. and. 7,'p.m,; and flist Sunday in tho month, at It p.m. Colo (Coleman's Siding), overy. Sunday in. tliu month) at 3 p.m. Lower Mittngoni*, seoond Sunday.in tho month,-at; 8; Jelloro, fourth Sunday in tho month,, atli. p.m. ; ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 6 September 1884
■TTjTANTED ft' onco, two Rood General . SER VV VANTS. AppJy to -JUs. H. 13. ...Tones, Annurley, Bowrnl, 201 WANTED immediately, ft smart intelligent IiAl) lis npprentico to the Printing business. Apply ofticu of this paper. m AftT13 PAPER, Gibs, for Is., omeo ot this paper. ■ , ■ , i. ■ Bevrima Coal-mining; Co., Limited. "JliEST Household Coals now ficllinf? at 8s. 01. per _0 ton 'Truck. (S'.l: per Ion'discount allowed on nil accounts paid within seven days • of, account rendered. RALPH RBIDGE, Agon I,- ' 253 . Bowrnl. m TO X.ET, RRTCKYARl) with Want. J. HODGSON, Merrigang Road, 2GB TO LET, J' COTTAGE at : West Kimgnloon, containing • live rooms and kitchen, with ono ■ noro- of Lund. Apply Mri.IlAWV', West KangaUnau :27&lt;.) EOB, SALE, O N15W nonblo-mitod TuUOOi i'RS ;s 2 STOUTCr CARTS ; 1 TIP GA.UT ; and Second-hand BULLOCK DRAY, ^pplv John- mcCallum, 281 ' " IMiUiigong. KAY. HAY. HAY. ' BR DIE Oaten Hay for Sale in any Quantity. Apply P. HEWITT, 27.5 • 1.1 ittsigoiig. . W...
BUNDANOON, [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BUNrANOON, Yishtkiiday (Wednesday) tlio long-lookcd-fo1' i vain came, ami it will,without doubt wonder fully iniprovo the grass and, it is to bo Iiopodi roduoe tlio price of-beol'at tlio samo time. On Saturday lust tlio poucurt meutioned in my last oamo oil, and I can safely say [ it was tljo best wo Ijavo soon in JJ.uidanoon. Ilov Mr. Jennings presided and a nice pro i givimnio qf songs, recitations, oLc., wis got i through.' All tlio pioccs wore woll olioson, and tho hoarty applause that followoil thom i sliowod that tlio nudienco thoroughly on-, i joyed themselves. 'L'lu1. programme couv i mouccdwitb an instrumental ovorturo (irgan j and violin) by Miss G. and ■.Mr. W. EoborLs which was roaily good, Two humourous quai'LeUus and a trio by Mossrs. S. and It. ! J'Vosli, Butler, and aecoinpaniod i by Miss Hortou. All of the Bowr.al choir i created iininonso laughter, and were nil 011 i corod, and -if it wcro allowable I have no i doubt they would bavo been oncorod two or throo times....
PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
PiCTON. This subject most engrossing Ilia attention of Pioton people nt tlio prosent uinmont is tlio forthcoming Agricultural Society's show ■which is to bo held here on the 25th, 20tli, find 27th instant. The committee -entrusted with the carrying out of tlio arrangements Jiavo boon working very energetically during tlio past (aw weeks, nncl so far tho result of their labours, augurs woll for the success of the first show of the kind over held in the district. Tlio grounds known as Clarke's paddock, liavo boon socured for tlio occa sion, and tlio framework of a largo pavilion, including refreshment booths, also numer ous cattle stalls, sheds, hurdles, etc., erectod thereon, ro that iu tin's respect little re mains to bo done to vender the site fit for the reception of exhibits. Tlio coinvnitttee offer a very liberal programme of prizes to ■he awarded according.to merit to- competi tors under the different, headings usually, adopted by similar societies; and as I am givon to underst...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
WUTTAGONG. Wk have .bad a fairly good programme of .subjects opeu for discussiou during the last, few months; but nothing I can think of litis, proved so. inviting a topic of comment as the. alloged discovery a few days ago near Mifc tagong of.: iv diamond field. I don't know exactly tbo spot where the " Mittagong. Diamond Mines " are- situated,, more than, tliafc they are somewhovo iu the vicinity of the old Mifctagong goldlields. I have not. yet seen any precious stones that have; been extracted from the mine; norhavc-Iyothad tbo fortune ov pleasure of meeting anyone, who has. The seems to be a vast amount* of talk about the new discover}'; so in tb& interests of tho people of ■ Mittagong, whev aro not generally given to blowing, it is to ■ be hoped there is some truth in the rumour that has gained circulation. It is said that tho surfaco indication of diamonds are numerous garnets, whioh are not. of any particular value; and the general rule is that wherever the garnet is...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
CONDENSED ITEMS, Archbishop Moran in 51 years of ngo. Mr. Ijinosey, founder of toetotnlism, is iload. Quennboyiin ia petitioning for n municipality. It ia propound to oatablish a cheoso factory at Al bion Park. ■ "Soo Naples ivnil dio." flood olintico wliilo the cholera ia thoro. Tho Ivianm Agricultural Assooiiition Una £293 7s. lid. to iu credit. 180 persons attondod the hospital linll nt Coota muudiu last week. In Queensland thoro nro 12,(1118 Chinese, and 12,201 Polynesians. At. tho end or 1883 thoro wero 2121 insane poraona in Now South Wales. In 1881 thevo woro 500,000 citizona of Irish birtlj in lite state of Now York. Tho Hoyal Academy, London, was founded a hun dred ntid twenty years ago. ! TJio Argus strongly advocates tho incorporation I of tho township of Adelong. | Preparations tiro boing mado to tihonv ou.o million | sheep on tho Bullaniiin station, j Two balls fit Armidalo Inst week tho incronsod | lands of tho local hospital by £21)0. I Tho not profits of thi! tour of...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
LOCAL BREVITIES. " Our Boys " at Bowral byo-and-byo. PrcTON Show 23th, 2flth, and 27th, ■ in stant. Ratt.way meeting' at Moss Valo this evening. Ai.uiOED discovery of a diamond field at Mittagong. The .Bowral Free Press may bo obtained at Mr. Wado'a, Moss Vale. Tub. Bowral Vigilance Comuj.ittee will, moot next Monday evening. . An Amateur Dram alio Club will probably bo formod, in Bowml shortly. There was no business tit the Moss Valo Police Court on Wed-nosilicy last.- - A letter and sevoraV othor items are unavoidably left over till, next Issue.' Next Berri'ina District: Show has. been, fixed to tako place sotnoLime during March, i 1885. Coi'iEs of tho Jioivral Free Press may bo obtained at Mrs. McGIynn's general store, i Mittagong. See that your dogs- are registered this month. Forms obtainable at the office of this paper. Read "J.E.L.'s" letter in another column advooating the establisliment of a munici pality in Bowral. " Oan Bovs " at Moss Valo on Thursday I night was witnesse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Ptiblio Opinion.—On almost everything oreated by nature or inaiuifaotured by thoskill of man (hero is n adversity of opinion. Sometimes the contrasts are so manifest and ■ striking as to load 0110 to the conclusion that tlio mind of ono of the two ob eorvers must be a little out of otder. On the works of great pools, architects, historians, novelists, and onlors these contrasts of opinion avo most frequent j but 110 two opinions liavo as yet been oxproascd 011 the excellence of workmanship and beauty of finish Mr. A. Hitter, paintor, yrainor, and decorator of Moss Vale, always introduces into the work entrusted 10 his 1 managemont.—Advt. I
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mails cloao for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For. Kangaloon and Kobertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Botertson at noon, daily, (Sundays cxccpted.) Mails f.rrivo from all stations South at 3.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parrdinatta, aud all stations WeBt 'at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Ordor Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Offico hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, &c., only, from 9 to 10 a.m., Telegraph Offico hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails.close for all stations south at 9-30 p.m., Sundays excepted.) 4 ■ Government; Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to G p.m.- „
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun bo consulted daily at Mna. Giuv's, Oannonbuii* Cottaoe, MITTAGOHG. 181 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL And KKnoRRNE Tab, Wholesale. J. J. BUANE, Stores, Nattai. J. G. MORRIS, Auctioiicor, Property Salesman, Insurance Agent, &o., &o., Opposite Railway Station, BOWBAL. , RECEIPT BOOKS. /"ORDINARY Beceipt Books and RENT Bcceipt -Books; onoh containing 100; on, buIo at tlio Woo Presr Book and Stationery Dopot, Bowral. ()(!. cach. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estate, and General Commission Agent, MOSS VALE. Agent for Viotoria Fire Insurance Company.' MEDICAL. Dn. MADDEN Will visit; Bowral on iSaturday (forenoon) in con nection with the Oddfellows. Messages may bo loft at Mrs. Wilson's, JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent. All transactions in tlio nliovo lino will veccivo the greatest cave and attention. Addioas— MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. POR SALE, SAWN TIMBER. 'Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum.. The.liest and, uhcapost in the district Loaded on Trucks at...
New School of Arts, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
New School of Avis, Uowral. Noxntsa positive is yot known when Mia memorial stone of tlio nliovobuilding will bo luid. Wo under stand that pending a duio being lixed liy tlm Hon. \Y. J. Tnckelt, minister for public instruction, who lias promised to-lay. tlio stone, nothing dutinito can bo arranged by the conunitlco. It is to bo hopod that something in tlio nature of a pnbliu domonatra tion will bo dcoidod upon, iih wo arc' sure tlio ovont, 011 account of its great importaneo will bo anxiouidy looked forward to by tlm public, who .will no doubt asseniblo in largo number tu tako a part in tlio coio mony. Tito contractor for tlio building is program ing with tho work, wliioh it is cxpected will bo llni shod townvda tho end of tho your.
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cut and drink as friends. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
C-Jjc Jioluval JJrec |)rcss. Do as adversaries do in Into, ■ Strive mightily, but cut and drink as friends. ■SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1881. Manitow) al'G tho beneficial results of Sir ■Homy Parkes' Inst trip across the lino. He •lms:added to hisvast store of constitutional polity and-experieuco of how men and mat-1 tors are. governed in the older countries. ■He^has enlarged hisviows, increased his ox poiience, audfgained health find strength ; and best of all he has not forgolton how to blow his own trumpet, an accomplishment -for ; which he. has over been somewhat famous. But this is not to b"e vonderod at as lie kopt lip his pi-notice on his travels. However, thcio are times when a man .might be justified in singing (heir own pruisos. When the voices which ought to bo raised in thfjirhonor are mute, and the 5'1., d^cds they have porformod are ungrate lnlly forgotten: then it is that the honest indignation of a public, benefactor may pro test ngainfit the ingratitude of tbo world an...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Accident* , On Thursday last Mr. James Eyears, in the employ of Mr. Matthew Gay. of Robertson, fell off his liorso , and sustained a compound fracture of .his right aim i at the wrist. !. Dr. Madden, who was immediately . sent for, set the fracture, and the parent is now'"pro j grossing favourably. &lt;&lt;';■>*■> r: "if •
BERRIMA DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BEIMIIAU DISTRICT COURSFNO: CLUB, The filial meeting of tho season, under the. manage ment ol tho.Above club, was held at Bridge Park oil Thursday and Friday Vast. On Thursday the- wea ther was piercingly cold an;l unpleasant. Neverthe less about ICO persons ventured out to see ihe sport; yesterday the weather was beautifully line and warm, and the attendance was about the same ns on tho previous day. In their decissions the various officers gave every satisfaction. Following are the results of the various events;— FIRST DAY—THURSDAY WINCtBCARRIBEE. STRIKE, for an unlimited number of all ages at £2 2s. each. First Round. Wickham's Lawn Tennis beat Atkinson's Spring Park's Piracy beat Charker's Free l'ress Bladon's Bega beat Pork's Parole Bhutan's Bounty boat Pember's Pamella Gormly's Peril beat Ellsniore's Bridge Park Gormly's Wild Lilly beat Charker's Country Lass, Murrico's Nellie beat .Pigfiott's-Play Boy Morrice's Montrose boat'Scwoll's Sketch.... Lord's Lottie beat Horace's Sna...
Bowral Post office. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Bowral Post office. . We are informed that tho government liove decidod fc to rent the premises at present occupied by Mr. ' Wnite, bootmaker, as offices and residence for the postmaster, Mr. Sherrif; arid that on and after the t 6th of next month tho business in connection with ; the Bowral post and telegraph offices will bo trans : acted at the new premises. .