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"GIVE US FACTS." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 18 March 1885

" GIVE US FACTS." It is said that the elder James Gordon Benuett once sat.down very heavily on his chief editor. The editor came to Bonnett and said that a new man named Smith had brought in many "big points." The editor was half in favour of employing Smith on the regular staff, " but," said he, "Mr. Bennett, the man can't write grammar." The man was sent for. He came into the awful presence. Mr. Ben nett questioned him. The young man knew every politician, banker, the merchant, and public man in the city. He knew every steamship, every exchange, and every public office. Bennett was impressed. After questioning the young man for awhile he told the editor to employ him. "And his grammar?" said the editor. Then Bennett showed his greatness. " D grammar ! Give us facts !"

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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PRESCRIPTIONS FOR FITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 18 March 1885

For a fit of Extravagance.—Go to the workhouse, or speak to the inmates of a gaol, and you will lie convinced. ■ - For a fit of Ambition.—Go to the church-yard and read the gravestones. They will tell you the end of man in his best estate. For a fit of Idleness.—Oonnt the ticking of the clock. Do this for one hour, and you will be glad to pull oil your coat and work like a man. For a fit of Passion.—Walk into the open air. You may speak your mind to the winds without hurting anyone, or proclaiming yourself to be a simpleton. For a fit of Repining.—Look about for the halt, and the blind, and visit the bod-ridden, and afflicted and the deranged, and they will make you ashamed of complaining of your afflictions. For a fit of Envy.—Go and see how many who keep their carriage are affected with rheumatism, gout, and dropsy, how many walk abroad on crut ches or stay at home wrapped in flannel, and how many are subject to epilipsy and apo plexy.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

Eixtiiday Cards. N\ rmitifin'aa' Variety, at the 'JTree' Prsss Book and Stationery Depot. T.o Business-People & Others. ::"F7tORMS' of Notice" Before Proceeding under the "JL Small Debts Act obtainable at - the Eree Press ! •Office'.: Price-2d. each. Biecerpt Books,'' viTfcKDINABY Receipt Books and RENT Receipt'; .'■V-*' Books, eacli containing ,100; onsal'e'at the •Free- Press-Book and- Stationery. Depot,-. Bowral. ■ •9d.. each.- • THE BQWKAL FEES ERESS' is published every WEDNESDAY. & SATURDAY MORNING. • SuBSCKIPTiONS:— ■ 4s. per quarter in advancc ; 5s.- if booked. •• Quarters end as follow: — March 3l',' June 80,. -September 30,' December 3i, 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. • Advertising •< Advertisements-' are charged for at tiie following:' irate each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to five-, -lines; one ineht. 3s; every ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

RAILWAY "TIME - TABLE. • DO'WN TRAINS''FROM SYDNEY. TO TXIB COUNTitT. • Mail Thain leaves Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, at 8 p.m.'; ■ Mifetagong, daily- Mondays: excepted, a(r ,12.30 a.m-. ; Bowral, 12.38 ;''and Moss Vale, 12.50.; PASSKNGEiv'TitAiN leaves S.ydney'$aily, Sundays ex cepted, .at 9.'a.m.; Mittagong, • 1.25 p.m.; ■ Bowraly 1.85 ;/Moss. Vale, 1.47j ! OT'TKAINS FROM THE COUNTRY TO 'SYDNEY.' i Maiii Train .leaves Goulburn daily, at 1.10 a.m. jMo^s Vali3', 2.55; Bowral,-3.7; Mittagorig, 3.25; arrives, •in Sydney,' at 6.-10. • Passkhg'eh TiiAiN letives Goulbui-n 'daily, 'Sundays excepted, at lla.m; ; Moss Vale, 12.50 p.m. Bow .ral, -1.12-; 'Mittagoii'gvl^45; arrives in.Sydney.afc 5.20. A'p'fifisengei^ti'ai'n leaves Moss Vule every;'mom ;ing; Sundays excepted,'at 7.IS",."Bowral at 7*30; ar rives in Sydney' air-11.30 ; retains from /Sydney every, 'evening,.' SundayB'excepted, atf'5i8',- reaching,^Bowral iat 9.18' and/MossfVialevat.'O^OJ' ; . The-tourist traits le-aves''-Sydne...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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HOW THE LARGEST STATUE IN THE WORLD WAS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

HOW THE MKGEST STATUE IN THE j WORLD WAS MADE. i .A friend of Bartlioldi, .the sculptor of; >tlie Statue of Liberty, lias published some very interesting particulars of the manner in which the huge figure was construc ted. " In ;the -first jilace ;there had to :be a sketch or model. This was a figure of ' the statue in clay to give an idea as to how it would look. The public approved of this model, and the first real^study of the work was made—:a .plaster statue, just one sixteenth .of :the size of the intended statue. " The next step was to make another amodel just four-times aslarge, or one-fourth >the size of the real statue. This quarter ■size model being .finished, then ..came .the; task of making the full sized model in plas-; ter. But this had to be made in sections.; .For instance, theiirst section would include: the base on which .the .figure stood, -the .feet,; -sand • the hem of the garment. The next ; section would include the circle quite >round; the long flowi...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A SWIM IN THE LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

A SWIM IN" THE LAKE. At 5 in the afternoon we take the Utah and Nevada railway for a trip to the lake fco en joy a batli in the cool of the evening. "Tbe lake is twenty miles distant and the fare for the round trip fifty eents. Two trains a day are run for bathers, one early in the morning and the other late in the evening. The patronage is immense. The road is a nar row guide and'runs directly west across the valley, reaching 33Iack Boek and Garfield, tbe bathing-plaices, in from forty to fifty minutes. The road-bed is very smooth and the ride enjoyable. At the Lake is a pav ilion supplied with lunch tables for the ac commodation of picnic parties, which usually go there to spend the day. A bafchng suit and towels cost twenty-five cents. There are three hundred bath-Jiouses. The path way of the bathers is a ridge of salt caused from the water dripping and crystallis ing on the boards. The water of the lake is of a delightful temperature, clear as cry stal, and the bottom sandy. One...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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AN UNWELCOME RECRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

M UNWELCOME ItECIUJIT. Capt. Sam Blakely, of the 8th, tells a good story ,<at his own expense. During the late ■" unpleasantness" Capt. Sara wa3 sent down to. Warwick to take charge of a lot of drafted men. Among the men who had been drawn by lot to serve their coun try was Jerry Damper, and Jerry did not aspire at all to be a bold soldier. He had a family, and owned a. farm; but as he had not the money wherewith to procure a' sub stitute, he was informed that he must go. The daj7 arrived, on which the squad was to be marched off for the scene of war, and early on that morning, a woman presented herself at head-quarters, with an infant in lier arms, demanding to see the captain. Capt. Sam. presented himself. * " Dear 'Captain/' pleaded the woman, " you won't be so cruel as to take my hus band away. • Wliafc'll ,1 do without him?. How'll I manage ; the f^rm, with five children to care for , and feed, and one of 'em- a poor helpless infant as you see ?" " Who is your husban...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE JEWELS IN EUROPEAN CROWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

THE JEWESS IN EUROPEAN CROWNS, The crown of England is believed to be the finest piece of regalia in the world. The lower part of the band is a row of 129 pearls, the upper part of 112 ; between them in front, is a large sapphire ; behind is a smal ler sapphire, with six others and eight eme ralds. Between the two great sapphires are ornaments containing 2SG diamonds. Above the baud are eight sapphires., sur mounted by, eight diamonds and eight fes toons, containing 160 diamonds. In the front of the crown is the ruby given to the Black Prince by Pedro, King of Castile. This is .set in a Maltese Cross and , forming the cross are .seventy-five large diamonds. Three other crosses are round the upper part of the crown, containing altogether 386 diamonds. Between the four crosses are four ornaments with four rabies in their centres, and containing respectively eighty four, eighty-six, eighty-five and.eighty-seven .diamonds. From'the Maltese crosses rise four arches composed of oak leaves...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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HAS IT BEEN "WELL DONE?" [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

HAS IT BEEN » WfflL DONE?" The following excellent better, written fey a -correspondent over the signature " M.,"'.ap peared it last Thursday's S. M. Herald. " c Yes,'says Lord Bosebery. Others— And in these days when nations and com munities have ceased to speak with one voice, :and the discussions on all questions bristle wifh diversity and views, there are always -others—say'No' " The writer lias endeavoured to discard .tiie inspiring enthusiasm Inseperable from .other than phlegmatic temperaments on the launch of willing troops to real war, sand has given full considerations to some of the able adverse criticisms. • •" It is the wise way of the,day in times of .^crisis to look to history for guidance as to :the probabilities, in advance, and the -pre sent changing conditions of the world the anore recent, rather than the more remote, •jparallells are the safer guides. " There are many who have learned how, After much doubt and hesitation., Cavour at length yielded to what was re...

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OSMAN DIGNA SUMMONED TO SURRENDER. CAIRO, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

Cairo, March 18. Cteneiiaii U-raham, who proposes: to start tor .Berber next week with the forces under his' command, has sent a messenger to Osmaii 'Digna, summoning him to surrender, in or der to avoid unnecessary bloodshed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

CABRAMATTA SUBURBAN £5 LOTS; PICK OF THE MARKET. Chance for Small Buyers. ' COTTAGE AND VILLA SITES OVERLOOKING LIVERPOOL RACE COURSE. A limited number of choice .allotments are for sale at PER £5 LOT Payable 5s. per month. No interest. Torren3rs title. This Estate has been'sub-divided with a view to enabling business men to reside in a healthy suburb,, and secure a freehold home. All Allotments Front on to 66ft.. Roads, and have V 20ft.. Lane in Bear. St. George's Square, in the centre of the Estate, forms a reserve for the Church. Plans &* all necessary information forwarded free- by BOYD & KING, Auctioneers, 96 Pitt-street, Sydney. A site for Freehold Home for £5, payable 5s a month Money advanced to build. 593

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

BRICKS. BRICKS. BRICKS. THE Bowval Briek Company are prepared to sell at once 200,000 BRICKS, second to none iu the district, at greatly reduced rates. All informa tion may be .received upon application to the Manager, . 590 C. GROVE, BawraL POTTIE'S CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES. JFor Horses, Cattle, & Human Usk. Scottish Highland Oil •Glencairn Oil Embrocation ; Sweating Blisters .Green Heaing Lotion White Oil ' Hoof Ointment <Gall and Shoulder Salve ^Condition Powders Worm Powders < Urine Powders £rripe and Colic Drench On sale .at tlie JFrcc .PfCSS lioolt Itapot, BOWRAL. A BAZAAR & ART UNION IN CONNECTION with THE . TTNION MASONIC LODGE OF BERRIMA, U 981 E.G., in aid of the WIDOW & ORPHAN FUND, undei the patronage of the District Grand Master, John Williams,' Esq., of the District Grand Lodge, English Constitution. £7000 worth of W.orksof Art, Pictures, Ac., to be disposed of in Shares of £1 eacli> on the Art Union Principle, and...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE ARGYLE ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

THE MGYLE ELECTORATE; The' Goulburn Herald says that on Wednes day evening Sir Henry Parkes addressed a meeting'in the oddfellows' hall, Goulburn. , Mr. W. Davies occupied the chair, and there- ' was a very large gathering, including many ladies, while the platform was well filled. Sir Henry Parkes was well received, and de livered an impressive address. He announced himself as a candidate for Argyle, and touched upon the leading questions of the day, in particular opposing the dispatch of tiroops to the Soudan. On the motion ' of Mr. T. Marsden, seconded by Mr. A. Nixon,, a; vote of confidence Was carried, as the chairman stated, by niue-tenths of those present. The proceedings, which on the .whole were orderly, closed with a vote of ' thanks to the chairman. A committee was\ subsequently formed.

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Saturday, March 21, 1885. Bowral, Burrawang, and Mess Vale Amateur Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

®j)« |kkiral Jfra ||rtss. Do as adversaries do in law, * Strive mightily, hut eat and drink as friends. . Saturday, March 21,1885. ISowra!, Biirrawoiig, and Mess Vale Amateur Turf Cluli Races. •The second annual meeting of the above club was held on the Browley course, near • Moss Vale, on St. Patrick's Bay, 17th in stant. The weather was beautifully fine, and the attentance numbered about 150. Following are the results of the various ..events :— Flying handicap of 1 sov. each .with 10 sovs. added; for all horses ; f of a mile ; second horse £3 from the prize; Mr. W.. Miller's Deception, (1st 51bs- .. ... 1 Gv Tate's Curlew, 7st 2 J. S. Cosgrove.s Ettamoga, 7st'71bs ... .. 3 Hack Handicap of 10s. each with £10 added; sweep to go to second horse once 'round.. ■^Mr.rR;. CulLen's Flirt, 9st ... ... .. ... .. 1 ' J-. S.. Cosgrove's "VValtzover, 8si 71bs .. .. 2 '■ . J. Graham's Lassie, 8st. 51bs E. Holly?s Toby, 8st - St. Patrick's handicap of 25s. each with £25 added ; for all horses ;...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

THE FAMILY. The family is the educator, of the race. Here men and women are made. What they are in the world, that they were in the familyas. children. The family is the place where the first lessons of law are received, and where tbewhole character in view of law has a di rection given it. The citizen is made in the family long before the time of voting or ac tivity has come. When Nopoleon said, in answer to Madame deStael's question a.bout France's greatest need, " Mothers," he as serted the all-potent influence of a true family life. 'The family is the great means for the development of character. What a world does it present-for the affections to abide in ! .Where on all the earth besides are'sympathies so warm, love so pare and fervent'as here? All that gives value or beauty' to human character finds in -the family at once -an -atmosphere in which to expand and develop the elements which shall bring it to the highest perfection. • The family creates a perpetual power ■ which ho...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DETERMINED SUICIDE AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

DETERMINED SUICIDE AT HAY. A TRADGtoiY occurred last Sunday at the Caledonian Hotel, Hay. The second waiter, named George 'Richard Poyser, had been paying attention to the barmaid, who, it ap pears, gave'him no encouragement. Poyser seemed to have parted on good terms witli the barmaid on Saturday night, but the head waiter' noticed that bis conduct was very strange. On Sunday morning, when the head waiter wont to his room to get him to washup; Poyser, who on several occasions previously had said that he was tired of his life, told him that he really meant it' now and that'he had cut open the head waiter's bag and got his revolver. The head waiter tried to get the revolver from him, but Poy ser would not give it up. The head waiter then informed the landlord, who sent for the police, but Poyser shot himself before they came. The bullet entered the right side of his head and went right through. Dr. Casey,, who made a postmortem exam-1 inatiori,.-said that the brain of the deceased sh...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Narrow Escape from a Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

Narrow Escape from a Serious .' Accident. Mb. Thomas Graham, lion, secretary, to the Berrima District Agricultural Society, had a wonderfully miraculous escape from a i serious, if not fatal, accident on tbe show ground at Moss Vale yesterday afternoon. Mr. Graham had just finished a trotting 'contest with his fast trotting horse " Darby" in a sulky, and whilst turning round to go to the judges' stand, a piece of pa,per blew under his horse, causing him to take fright and bolt in the direction of the grand-stand. The horse , had no winkers on, and com menced to kick furiously. In dashing out of the oval he came in contact with the feb6e and broke one of the; shafts of the sulky. Mr. Graham stuck to the horse and maintained his seat in a wonderfully coo] ik&ftileii while the spectators expected to see him dashed to the ground every nitinxent. When just outside the oval fenoe a nutnber of men ran to catch Bold of the horse. Mr. A. Ellsmore was thrown" aside, and Mr. R; Bridge ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

BQWRAL—FOR SALE, NEW liHICK COTTAGE, 6 rooms, with Veran dah round," hall, washhouae,, and bath-room water laid on. 6 acres LAND; /Fruit-trees, l.f inile from stnfcion, fronting Merrigang-road. Also WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE detached. In quire of J. G. MORRIS, Bowral, or J. HODGSON , on the premises. 503 X X X X X X .X X X X X X—X X X XX X X X X X X X X X X X NOTICE. Xv X ■ -X X To Obu* Customers ami tlac X ;.X (General FsiMic. X \X ■ ' ■ • '■ X •X Ox Saturday, April 4tli, and on. all -?X X succeeding Saturdays, our Establish- X • X ment will be CLOSED at 2 p.m., X X . instead of 10 p.m., as heretofore, in X ■ X' order to give our employees the benefit X X ' :■ of the Saturday, Half-Holiday. .X X ' :>X X. . Thanking our 'Customers for past "X X ' favors, and • -trusting that they will X X . suffer no inconvenience by making ;X .j ' X their purchases .previous ,{o .2 p.m. r'Xi X . on Saturdays, ' , '' ,'X - X X X We.remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, 'X ";X .Your .obedient-Servants, X ,X "X...

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Mittagong Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

Mittagong Wcslcyau Band of Hope. The usual monthly meeting was-held -in the Mittagong Wesleyan Church 011 Thursday night. The Bev. C. Olden occupied the chair. In the absence of the usual player, Miss Stringer presided at the organ. The chairman congratulated the Band of Hope in having-one of-the former soliolars-of - the school-who was able to take the organ m an emergency. Mr. Whitlock acted as secre tary in the absence of Mr. Wm. Brazenall. The chairman first of. all-gave an address on good behaviour wliidi was well received, and. made to serve the purpose of asking for the best afctentionand behaviour. Mabel Stringer recited «' My Father- Signed,"_ and James Stratford recited " The Signboard." Arthur Joyce-and Edward Brazen all gave a piece entitled "• WhimsicaLDialogiie." Mr. Whitlock sang-. a solo entitled " While the day is going by." The Rev. C. .0-lden gave a speech on the' duty of the law-makers, to make., laws -which will -make it easy to do righ t and difficult to do wro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885

TIT ANTED, a good'General SERVANT. Wes: Y V' leyan Parsonage, Bowral." ~ - (541 ""\T7"'ANTED, a General' MAIDSERVANT. Apply ■ t V' St. Stephen's'Parsonage, Mittagong. 639 TO LET, TTOTJSE' • containing 4 rooms and -kitchen hi • I b 1 Merrigang-street, Bowral,,-on one acre land. Cookingrstove and Utensils complete; also a linggy shed and stablfc.' Apply G. FOGGON, Bowral. • 008• ] TO LET, mxttagoito; "l^'ESTR ABLE RESIDENCE, JSiSttSltMf' ■JL/ Stone; Sliingled, 1-1 rooms, Kitchen and Ser vants' Rooms,' 5-stalled Stable' and Garden. - Apply ' •Mr. ED WARDS, Storekeeper, Mittagong. 637 ■ ; RECREATION GROUND,• • ; ■ " V PUBLIC""' MEETING" will be held in the J A School- of Arts,-Bowral, this Saturday' AffccrilOOJSj'at'4 o'clock,' to consider 1;l\e generous » offer of S. Hor'dern Esq., of 10 acros of land for the ! purpose'of a'puWic Park for Bowral. A large'attendance specially requested. . :. . 625- J. L. CAMPBELL; TO - BUILBEES.'. fENDliliS will be received up.to and including' Saturday...

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