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SECOND DAY—FRIDAY. WINGECARRIBEE STAKE. Second Ties. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
SECOND DAY—FRIDAY. Wl.NGECAimiBEE StAICE.. Second Ties. Bega teat Lawn Tennis - ' Montrose beat Wild Lily Iiollie ran a bye." Terminal Stake, ' Second Tics. ..Wnr Cry boat Prudent Jane . . ' Gues beat Eiirimbla Mignonette rnn a byo. - , Eiiidoe Park Stake.' Second,Ties. Captivity beat My.Lady' riavoaboat Mariner. Impromptu" Stake. First Ties. W. Charter's Country Lass beat A. D. Bndgery's Mariner G. T. Jliiej's Itoive's Hi] J beat Piggott and Ells more's ICridge Park. T. Smith's Stella beat-1. S. Ponder's Snap J. Gordon's William Tell beat T. Graham's Oarri , bnldi. W. Morrice's Minnie ran a bye. WiNGECAiuiinE Stake;' , Third Ties. - Bega boat Lollio ( Montrose ran a byo. Terminal Stake. . Third Ties, Mignonette beat War Cry Guess ran a byo Impromptu Stake, Sceond Ties. Koivo's Hill Jteat Ooiinuy Lnss. AVillinui Tell bent Stcllii. Minnie rim a byo, Bridge Park Stake. ., Deciding Courso. AV, Petersen's 119 l>k v d Ilnvoo—Star—Honeybee bsui'ir. K. Lord's f w b Captivity—MiBtortou— ...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBUHN. p.m. -. (-' Avr« 1 •■,1.5, Mitlagong | Dep. ■ i.2i3 Bowral » p.m. f Avr. '••• ' llittngong | De y.10 Bowral ' ,, 0.18 Mail an» Passrnokk. p.m. f Arr. 12. LO . Mittagong | Dopi ' 12.30 Bowral >■ , 12.38 Saturday Additional. - &lt; n.m.; ( Art'. * * 12. Mittagong j j,,,,, 12.10 Bowral *n ' 12.18
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published ovary * SATURDAY MOltNING, Sonsoiui'Tiosa. Bixtoon Shillings (tOs) n year i or &lt;ls por quartor p tlirce montliR, payable in lulvancu. It booked, £1 jior ycav, or 6b por quarter. Quarters end March 81, Juno 80, Soplember ilO,! Dccoinbcr 111, at which periods only can Biibsoribors dealino, by giving a week'a.notieo in writing dirco^ to (lie onico,!arid paying to' tbo owl of the thou running ijunrlor, : Advehtisino:— AdvertlsomontB ara charged for fit tho following rata each insertion;—Sixpence per lino tip', to flvo linos; ono inch, -8s; ovory additional inch, Ib Gd, with a reduction of ono-fourth for thirteen coiihoou-. tivo iiiRortions,. and of one-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, nn.d Deaths, 2b Od cauh, ■ No advertisement booked undor 1b. (id, Advertisements sent to Dip olllco without notifying tho number of insertions will be continued at adver. iiBers' cost until on order is received to slop, Any p...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Bates tor convoynnco of cnttlo (at per truck) to HomebuBli are as follows:—From Goulbuvn, £i &lt;ls; Marnliin, £8 10s 8cl; Moss Yalo, £2 12s; Bowral,' £2 8s";1 Mittngong, £2 Gs; Pic ton, £110s. Bates, for conveyance of slicop (at per truolc) to' Qoraobusli aro as follows:—From Goulburn, £3 13s' Id j Marulan, £3 5s 7d; Moss Valo, £212s j Bowral, £2 8a; Mittagorig, £2 6s; Picton, £1 10b.
The Railway to Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
TJic 'Railway to Robertson. ' Tub question of the construction of 11 line of rail ; way to lloboi'tson ia again being brought prominently ' before tbo Moss Vule public lliroiigh the agency of ' the Progress Committee. I'ortho purpose presum ably nf keeping tlie important matter under: the immediate notice of th.e government a public meet ing is announced to be held at Mclntyre's hall. Moss Vale, this (Saturday) evening to further discuss ' the question. A large attendance is requested of persons interested in the speedy construction of this important line of railway.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
UNDER THE HIGHEST PATRONAGE. " Tlie News-Letter" (REGISTERED.) NEW WEEKLY JOURNAL, A New Order' oi' Things. GOOD, NEWS FROM HOME. A Circulation of 20,000 COriES GUARANTEED. Chief Ofiico in Australia KING-STREET, SYDNEY. ON THE 15th OCTOBER, 188-t, Will bo puplisliod tlio first insue o£ n novel, inter esting, and much-ucoded Weekly Journal, entitled, "THE NEWS-LETTER," Edited by a Staff of London Litoratours, and Published every Saturday. " THE NEWS-LETTER " ILL contain tlio latest and most rcliablo infor mation of doings in tbo Old World, nil news of importance or inlovest to dwollors in the Southorn Hemisphere regarding events .in Great .Britain, the Continent of Europo aud America; and in addition a weekly three-column Story by such eminent writers as Brot Harto, Mina Brnddon, William Black, > Charles Dickons, Edmund Yutos, Oeorgo It. Sims, Aud other doBorvedly popular authors of world-wide Literary Famo. Subscription to the " News-Loiter," Thirteen Shil lings yearly, stiictly ...
"Our Boys" at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
"Ouv Boys" at Moss Vale. Tins brilliant mid popular comedy wiib repeated in tho Oddfellows! Hall, Mohs Yale, on Thursday even ing last by tho members of tho. local Amateur Dramatic Ciub. The weather was piercingly cold, and, interfered iu a groat measure, with. the attend ance.. Nevertheless the- building was fairly filled with an appreciative, select, and fashionable audi ence, who frequently testified their approbation ot the merits of the performers .by outbursts of op plause. The pieco was placed on, the boards in superb stylo,, ond the- club deserves to. lie congratu lated for the spirited manner iu which they have so laboriously worked to provide a healthful and rational amusement for the public .of Moss Vajo. Tho ex penses. connected: with, tlip two. performances were very heavy, considerably exoecding £20 ;• which have, however, been exceeded Igr. Ihe- talciiigs at the door. Xlie scenes wero. admirably got up by tha manager, Mr. A. llitlor, who, with the indefatigable oxorli...
BOWRAL WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
llOWBATj WESLEYAN BAND OP HOPE. Tan fortnightly moating o£ Iho (Uiovo Hocioly was hold. on Tuesday week. Thcro was a crowded room, and ninny wcio not, ablo to gain admittance. The lloVf 0. Olden oceuuie.1 the chair, and utter the opening nervice, ho gave ft good tnUlrcHK. lie took for his text" A Drunken Woman " whom ho saw lying in tho street. .Ho said nothing would stay the torrent of intompornnco but universal local option. Mrs, K. Boor gave a rending, nnd tho oompnny sang !' Wo nil want to rise." Mr. XI. D. Beer rend a paper on " Tobacco" which was commented upon by tho chairman. Mr. Gregory gnvo an interesting speech, in the course of.which ho said he would not stop at local option, but would not be .saliRiiod till prohibition was the law. Misses Warren, M'Micliaol, and Dtiprez, nnd Mr. JJarnett assisted in entertain ing the audience by rendering solos: and Misses Ii. ntut J. Short a duct. Miss Lizaie ParUor gave a re citation, also Mftstor-dSric Benslcy and Master Chas. Jordan...
The Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
The Express. Yfrt have to acknowledge the first number of' the , new series of the Express, n Catholic paper published weekly-at Sydney. Hitherto, the Express lias ap peared in form similar to the ordinary newspapers; , but now it contains twenty eight smaller pages, in cluding a wrapper of the national colour—green. Last Saturday's issue contains wood engravings ■ of Dr. S'toran mid Daniel O'Comiell. 'X'he paper con tains a large amount o£ Catholic and other - intelli gence, and under its now style should find increased favour with the vending public.
Better Late than Never. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Better Late tlwin Never. It is frequently deserted that tho- nearer a person lives to 11 place of worship (providing ho is a ohurch goer) lie iu invariably later in attonrling than tbono who have a much greater diatanco. to go. A similar remark might also occasionally apply to others than .church-goers. For instance at the Agricultural So ciety's meeting on Saturday last dt Bowral about ten minutes after it had commenced Mr. Shepherd incidentally remarked that there was not one Bowral ..committeeman-, present. Mr. Childs suggested that the conimitteo shouid occasionally hold a. meeting at Mittagong for a change, but Mr. J. A. Bndgory humorously opposed tliis suggestion, on geological grounds, contending that there was too much sand atone rock in Mittagong on which to. hold a meeting of an agricultural society—evidently thinking the hard nature of the former sounded too harsh to unite in consonancc with agriculture. With regard to.tbo attendance of Bowral committeemen wo will do. sov...
RAILWAY RETURNS FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
IIAIMVAY RETURNS FOR AUGUST. Colo Vale.—Inwards: Parcels, 122; dogs, 1; goods, 15 tons 17 cwt. 3 qrs. Outwards : Passen gers, 163 ; dogs,. 1; parcols, 27 ; goods, 31.(5 tons 8 owt. 2 qrs.—\V. J. Ponnan. Bowtal.—Inwards: Goods, 427 tons; pigst 9 ; horses, 8; carriages,5; dogs, 51; parcels, 35(5. Outw.irds :. Passengers, 580; goods, 28 tons 'J cwt.; pigs, 73 j horses, 9 ; carriages, 3 ; dogs, '13 ; parcels, 270.—0. Bennett. Mittagong.—Inwards: Goods, 41G 4ons G. cwU 2 qrs.; cattle, 51; sheep, 150 ; horses, 3; carriages,. 2 ; dogs, 5.; parcels, 570. Outwards: Passengers, 812; goods, l(il4 tons 4 cwt. 1 qr.; cattle, 8 ; horses, dogs, 4; carriages, 1; parcols, 445.—J. J. Mcltolierts, Marulau.—Inwards: Horses, 3 ; carriages, 6; dogs, 4 ; parcels, 214 ; goods, 219 tons 19 cwt. 1 qr. Outwards : Passengers, 408; horses,'J ; car riages, 2 ; dogs, 6; parcels, 105 j cattlo, 1; sliqep, 822; goods, 582 tons 3 owt. 2 qrs.—A. Moodio, station-master. JIoss Vale.—Inwards:. Parcels, 582goods, 503 tons...
BERRIMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BElvlvIMA. DISTKICT AGRICULTURAL SOOliiTY. Tub regular''monthly meeting of the commit too of the above society was hold lust Saturday afternoon in tlio school of arts, Howral. 'J'ho chair was ouciv pioil by the president of tlio aocioty, Mr. .T. Lackey M.L.A., and tliova were also present Messrs; 1'. L. 0. Shopherd, H. Childs, J. A.. B vIgury, ■]?. A. lladgery, W. McKenzic, AY.P. lirenniiig, J, l'iggot, Jt. Ur'uUe, and the secretary,'IV Graham. The chairman apolo gised for the lion nttnndnnco of Mr. II. E. Katcr who was unable to bo present. The secretary read I ho minutes of tlio last monthly meeting and also of the late annual meeting. The minute.'!, of the monthly committee meeting wore unanimously confirmed, A discussion followed on the question of the desirability of appointing a caretaker to look after tho grounds and properties of the; society at Moss Vale. It was stated that the owners of tt nubmor of ; horses allowed their animals to, graze in the showground and the authori...
Wednesday, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Woilnosday, September 10. Boforo Mdssrs. Child* and Garrard J.Pa. John Barr, (or drunkenness on tho Bowrnl rail way: Htalioii 011 tho Uth infant., was ftnod 20*. or sovcn diiy'.s iinprisonmant. . The nnnia; defendant, for using iiiBultins language loMr.C. llomiolt, sta tion wiiHtor ut Bowrnl, was fined n similar amount. And for olisuont language in Slalion-slroet, Uowral, Burr wan iinuil -lOs. or fourteen days' confinement. Tim linos wore jiaid.
MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Monday, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
JUTTAGOM POLICE COUilT, Monday, September 8. • Bbpore Mr. Wilshire, 7\M., and Mi-. Childs, J.P. . Joseph Wallia was charged with neglecting to 6end two children, under fourteen years of age, to school the required number of days during the half year. .&lt;■ Defendant pleaded guilty in both cases, but stated that ono of the children referred to had been absent .from the district for n considerable time during the half year for the benefit of his health. In the first case defendant was fined 2s. 6d. and Gs. Gd. costs of court, and in the second 5s. and 9s. costs of court. ■ .Richard Jones, for a like offence, was find 2s. 6d. and Gs. Gd. costs of court. 'William- Alexander, Thomas Dunn, Bridget M'Glynn, and W. Brnzenall, who also pleaded guilty to' similar offences, were each lined 7s. and 2s. Gd. costs of court. In the case of Mr.'Dunn defendant, stated that in consequence of removing his family from Liverpool to Mittagong the child was unavoid ably detained at home. In the c...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Wcdeyan, Church. Scrvicos to-morvow, Soptembcr 14'; ■' ifittngong, (it'll; Mr. Rawird ;-at 7; Rev. £t Olden I'Bowrali, at 11, liov.' 0;,Olden at 7; Mr. D. Walker I (secretory of tho Youiig Men's Christian | i ' Association). ' I Kangaloorc, afc ll and 7, Preacher-■ Robertson,'.lit 2.JS0, Preacher. : : , ■> ■Wild's Mcarlow, at 7, Mr. Walsh Mosa Yalo (Odclfollo.wa' Hull),, at 3; Dev. 0. Olden unci others Robertson, Friday, S6ptM9,: nt 7.80,- Rev. 0. Olden'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
WANTRD at once, two good General SER VANTS. Apply to il.is. II. E. Jones, Annerley, Bowral* 281 WANTED immediately, a pmarfc intolligont: LAD as apprentice to tlio Printing business. Apply office of this paper. "TT7*ANTI!P' at oneo, 325 POSTS, and wimo VV' number of RAILS, to lie delivered oil (lie property n£ H. B.; Jones,, Esty. For further , pnrticu- j lars, npi>ly ' 2',II, J. E. NEICB, Bowml. m ASTE m'EEj'OiUM..-ton Is., office of this paper. Berrima'Coal-iuiiiing1 Co., Limited. ■pl?'RT Household. Coals now selling at 8s. Gel. per JL) ton Truck. . 6tl. por Ion discount allowed on all accnmits paid within, fiovon days of -account rendereil.. . i. RALPH BRIDGE, Agent, 252: ■■1 Bowrnl. FOE SALE, O' NE,W' Donblc-soatod BUGGIES ; 2 SPRING 4>. CAE/TCI 1 TIP CART ; and Second-hand BULLOOIC PIUY. ripply JOHN McCALLUM, 2SI Mittagong. General Post Office, , . Sydney, September 1, 18S'l. npENDRRS' for the Convoyaneo of Mails for 1 or X 3 years from 1st January next, to and from . 1. ...
CHARLES DICKENS—AN ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
CHARLES DICKMS—Atf :ACROSTIC. ' Come to tho grave of Dickons onco again, Hearts near and far throughout the wido world's range, As on the day when camo death's mournful change, ■ Rcvoaltng what his life had been to men. . Love's tears his silent epitaph were then, Ensuring more than scroll or song the fame, So simply grant, which o'er his honored name . Bi t rise through wondrous power of heart and pen. In our affection's balm lie rests, from whom Camo forvent words of human lovo and truth, Kind drops that fall on hearts as rain on carLh, Exciting blessed sympathies to bloom ; Nor holds his page alone life's pain and truth, Since o'er our tears gleams sunshine of his mirth. C ross and crown are on his tomb, H oily-branch and myrtle bloom ; A nd between them, as Ihey twine, It uns "a spray of Western pine," Jj ilto a symbol or a sign. E ver thus the Master wrought S adness with the sunny thought I D cath will sero the loaf and bloom I 11 tho glorious mister-gloom, G rumple cross and ...
Harold Netherly; on, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Harold Netlierly; on, THE GAME O F L I F E. CHAPTER XII. The conference between Mr. Netlierly and ■vouurr Lister must liavo been au. important and interesting one, judged not only by the length of time it occupied, nearly two hours, but by tho excited aspects of both boy and man, when it was about to terminate. " You are suro. that you perfectly under stand me," iterated Mr. Netlierly, for the twentieth time at least. That Imerely •wish to obtain possession of the child tor a few days, ns a pledgo that his motlior, Madame lo Blanc, shall not make a fool oi herself, in a matter which concerns me perfectly understand." replied the lad with 'a sinistor smile, as Notherly could not help feeling it to be :" Perfectly. " Above all that I do not proppso to harm the child in any way,—not in the slightest ^6"XThat von do not propose to harm the child in any wny„ in the slightest degree, repeated the boy : "I well understand. " That being so, here is the first merit of the reward I have promi...