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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
COMMERCIAL.. Sown Coast and West caitnr.jt Co-opeiutivr Company, tjimithu. Duller, 1st, per lb., 15d to 18d : „ 2nd, iiu demand Bacon, beBt Moriiuluila hand curcd, fld to lOd „ .best, nuicliino curcd, 7d to Od heavy nnd roupli, fid to Gd , Haras, licfll Mcrimbtila, hand cured, 10J to Is „ iiifntliine uured, 8 I to lOd : ; Lard, lid to 7d ChccHO 1st,' per lb., Cd to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, Id to 6d riKs, alive, per lb, .JW to ojd i Calves, cacli, !)» 0,1 to -10s Od Hides, per lb, 3d Calf skinn, cauli, Is Gd Tallow, per ton, £2!) 0s to 0s Maizo, per busho!, 5h Od to 5s 2d Huy, oaten, por ton, £5 10s to £0"1Q» Od „ lucerne, do., £3 10s to .£1 iOaOd Potatoes, do,, £1 10a to XI} Oh Od FowIh, per pair, -Is 3d to 5a 04 Jluoks, do, 5s (VI to fia fid Gocne, do, 8s 0d to Its (id Tui'lceys, do, Oh Od to-18s Od EggH, per do/.., 1b Id to Is 2.1 September 11,1881.
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOIl SEPTJiMBEH. KrroiiKN'GAiimiN.—Sow pens, Trench beans, cabbage, I lettuce, carrots, parsnips, turnips, broccoli, radish, spinaoh, tomatoes, capsicums, .Vo. I'lant potatoes, cablmgo, Icttuec. artichokes, cclery, parsley, find herbs. Sow melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, ifcc. Keep down weeds. pulverise the soil, and iriigiite. Orohard.—Orange, lemon, and almost nil cvergcen fruit trees may ho transplanted; do not keep them longer out of llio ground than necessary. In warm aituatwns, cherries. early plums, loquaVs, and straw berries ripen about tho end of this month. ' !• lower Garden.—Continue pbinting 1 ilies, ori 11 urns, and other bulbs. Flowering shrubs may still bo transplanted with cure. Hyacinths, tulips, anemones, nnd ranunculuses bloom this month ; pro toot them > from too much boat, at mid-day, ns also in boistoroun I weather, i'lant dahlias in good rich soil. Sow bal i sams and tender annuals in a warm sheltered situa tion. Weed and wator. I Yinoyard,...
CHICKEN-POX AND SMALL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
CHIGKEN-POX AND SMALL-POX. Fon the information of the public (says tho Melbourne Age), Dr. Shields," tho ineclioal ■ officer of the Control Board of Health, 1ms prepared the following memorandum, show-1 ing the difference between the' symptoms of small-pox and chickeu-pock:—"As.one of the most distinguished features of chicken pox, as contrasted with small-pox, is seen in the manner or order in which the eruption appears, it would be well if the attention of parents and others concerned were called to this matter. They would then know what to observe, and would be able to give useful information to the medical attendant of the family, the health officer, or any one' else who might require' to examine and report upon the case. The most marked and re liable distinction then for parents to observe is the fact that chicken-pox comes out in suc cessive crops, whereas the eruption in small pox appears in one crop. Other distinctive features might be mentioned, but it is per haps better to...
IMPORTANT SPEECH BY MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
IMPORTANT SPEECH Br MR, GLAD-1 STONE. ! A meeting of the liberal party called by Mr. Gladstone to consider tlio crisis brought about by tho rojection of the Frauchiso Bill by tho Lords, was held on July 10 at tho Foroign office. Mr. Gladstouo addressed the meeting at groat longth. Ho admitted that tho House of Lords had a porfcct right to reject tho Franchise Bill. The House of Lords was perfectly compotont to reject evory bill which camo to it from the House of Commons, jnst as the House of Commons had a right to refuso to vote ono sixpence for tho maintonanco of tho IIouso of Lords, but that competency had to bo exorcised with judgment and discretion. Tho action of tho House of Lords, so far as ho under stood it, meant this. In the first placo, thero was a demand mado on tho part of the House of Lords for an appeal to tho people. They (the Government) ought, to know something about tho people. Tlioy had obtained thoir seats by much labour, and ever since:they had been chosen they ...
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
St. Stepiihn'b, Mittaoono.. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m; and 'Tp-rn. ;• and' tirafc Sunday in tho month, at 3 p.m., Colo Vale, every Sunday, at 3 p.m. Lower Mittngong, second Sunday in tho month, at 3. Jollore, fourth Sunday in tho month, at 3 p.m.:
Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
JPrimMv6r3rethodisteGfamkiv-i:. Scrvicus to-morrow, Soptomber 14:—• " ■ Uowral, at. 11, Mr; W. Grico; ftt \TtMr-:J. Stolios y Bundanoon, nt 11, 3, mid , 7, Bov. B. Jennings (chil chen's f>oi vioo nl 3) Eingwood, at 3, Supply. '
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ADVANCE BOWRAL.—BOWRAL A MUNICIPALITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ADVANCE BO WEAL.—BO WllAIj A MUNICIPALITY. TO TUB EDITOIt Of Till? 110WI1AT&lt; FIIKE l'MSHS. Sm;—It is a -trito old ..Buying ";Ho that: makes two blades of grass grow where only ono grow before is a benefactor to his fellow moil." Tho I.i'Uth of the above assertion has boon oxomplified over and ovor again, and wcr consider. it our duty as journalists to point out how this important and nourish ing business centre may mako ono moro step on the rung of the ladder of advance ment, if not fame, namely, by the speedy incorporation of Bowral into a municipality. Wo most certainly'do maintain, and are cortain that every believer in truo progress is with us, that such a subject as the above deserves far more attention and prompt action on the part of the residents of any settlod township,' than is usually meted out to such an all important matter, 'l'ho pri vilogool' incorporation or self-government is opon to almost every town, and yet how very few avail the...
RELIGION IN BUSINESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BELIGION IN BUSINESS. TO THE 15D1TOH OP THE nOWHAfr PUBIS MlKflfl. Sin,—"Will yon kinrl]y admit mo to express my sut'pritio (not indignation) at tlio-absurd idea (I say .'nothing of ,tho ignorance) etill existing in an enlightened ago, and particu larly disernablo in Bowral, namely: A lady (sic) recently oxpressod herself that 'sho would not give mo hor husband's clothes to make, on account of my not being a Wob leyan. lii tlio first placo sho never came to ask mo about my roligioun opinion, nor did I toll anyono else ; and where sho got that piece of information from I cannot toll. However, I must try tj get over that groat loss of her hnsbard's suit of clothos as I have had many lieavior losses in my time and got over them, As for my part, if I wish to build a honse 1 shall not go to n Wesley an! but to a builder ; and if I want ft pair of boo In I shall not go to a Unman Catholic, but to a bootmaker) and if my horse wan Is shoeing I shall go to a black smith, and not to a Methodi...
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
BERRIMAv Mu. Molvoit, a lecturer in connection with the board of technical education, dolivorect a lecturo on fanning iu the local school of arts on tho second instant. Miv Wilshiro, tho P.M., took the chair, ancl introduced the lecturer who gavo n very interesting dis course, the principal part of which wont to show that'farmers1 should experiment with their crops. At the conclusion of the lecture Mr. Mclvor expressed himself willing to, answer any questions rolativo to farming, when information was given regarding rust in wheat and other things. Votes of thanks to tho loctnrer, the.board of, technical.edu cation, and the chairman, couclndod the, meeting. The Belmore cricketers aro making an oarly attempt to form a club. A little prac tice placo on Saturday .afternoon, and a mooting of all interested was hold on Satur day evening, when—as tho olub has a fair balauco iu tho hank—tlio' subsenptiou was lowored to fts. for tho season. Weather.—The weathor here has been quito summer-lik...
THE CHOLERA IN EUROPE. ROME, Sept. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
TllJi CHOLERA IN EUROPE. Kome, Sept. 5:. Cuolbju is largely 011 tbo increase in Naples. Fully 100 fresh oases aro reported daily, most of them proving' fatnl. The inhabit ants, who are completely panic-stricken,: are obstructing the authorities and the medical mou in thVr; execution of tlioir du ties. '■ ' ' Sept 8. King Humbert of Italy has gone to Nap les, where the cholera is raging with daily increasing mortality. Oil Holiday nearly 400 fresh cases occurred. Sept. 9. The cholera continues to increaso at Naples daily to an appalling extent." To day 600 fresh cases occurred, the deaths numbering no less than 270. Sept 10. King Humbert, who is now at Naples, has been visiting thoso suffering from cholera in tho hospitals, in order to inspire confi dence. His Majesty has been received with great enthusiasm by the pooplo,. boing greeted with acclamation/wherever he has appeared in public., Sept. 10. A further increase of'two hundred cases of cholera has occurred at Naples during the ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. Wintry prospects : "Wife—"Tho flour's out." Husband—So is my money." Wifo—" Tho coal is gone." Husband—"So is my credit." Wife—"Well wo can't starvo." Husband— "Can't we? That's good, I was afraid we would." The. English motto royal, "Diaii et moil Droit," was first used by Richard I., on his ob taming a victory over the TTronch at Gyors, 1193. " Not we," said lie, "but God and our right have conquered." TheBohoinian crest of the "Priiice - of Wales—threo ostrich feathors, and the motto, " Ich: dien " (" 1 servo ")—was adopted by Edward, the Black Prince, at the battle of Crcsso,. the "King of Boliumia being slain in the action, 134G.. Hominy Fritters.—Hominy fritters make va riety for broakfast table. Boil hominy tho day before ; take two teacups of it, and stir a small cup of sweet milk and a little salt with, it, and one egg, four tablospoonfuls of flour, with half a toaspoonful of baking powdor. Havo your frying-pan ready with the fat hot in it; drop this batter i...
Appointment of Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 13 September 1884
Appointment of Trustees. It is notified, for public information, that his Ex -cellency the Governor, with the advice of the Execu- &nbsp; tive Council, has been pleased to approve of the ap- &nbsp; pointment of the undermentioned gentlemen as &nbsp; temporary trustees of the land at Burrawang, re- sumed for public recreation, viz.Messrs. David &nbsp; Moffitt J.P., William Barrett J.P., William Morrow Moses, Isaac Allen, William Vance, John Thomas &nbsp; Hayler, and Edward Johnston.
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884
IFcdoyan Church. Services to-morrow, September,21u ;y . Mittagong, at 11, Mr..Morris,; at 7,, Mr. Osborne^ '. Bosvrnl, nt 11, Iicv. T. R: MuMicliael; at 7, Mr. Bawarcl Katigaloon, at 11, Mr. Walsh; afc 7, Rev. 0. Olden - Bnbeilson, at 2.30, Bov. C. Oldon "Wlld'a Meadow, at 11, Rev, C. Olden . . ,
POPULATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES, [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884
POPULATION OF NEW SOUTH Mn. E. G-. Ward, registrar goneral, estimates the. population of the colony oil the 80th Juno 1884 at 8QS., 5.83, viz., &lt;195,789 males and 899,7'id. females, The increase by ex cess of births over deaths during the half year was 9,288ii the increase by excoss of arrivals, oyer departures by sea was 16,940 ; nmkiuga total increase of 20,228, of wliom' 15,292 wore males and 10,981 females.