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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Ifïoss Vale l'olicc Court*. Wkonjjsday, Nov. 12. •Bkkoiie.Mr, F. R. Wlnhiro, P.M. . Thomas Sintpsuu, for using obsceno language, was 10s. a^i(ï Gs. (Uli costs of qonvfc. : ' ïhûsiuuu defendant, for riotous conduct, was fined 25a. and. 19«. (id. costs; and for drunkenness, 5s_, .and (Is. Gd. costa. "live, fines were piiid. ' Froderick J lolland v._ George. Keep.—Plaintiff cipjnjcd £9 10s.' £çr carrying the government niiiils from Robertson to Bowral for nineteen weeks. at'lOs. per week." * '"Mr. î^ichols appeared for plaintiff und Mr. Gale for defendant." " Mr. tinta urged thjit the enso, could not bp pro ceeded with, on the grbiiml that it did not properly epme luidor llie Masters' mid .Suivants' Act, ' " The bonoli decided to so on with tlie enso. Fr.çdeViçlt34.oilivptl.(îfîvpKetL.that lio. wan employed Í.Ujr deîomVant tb,onrry the mails' irpm ilobprlson to Bow.ral -„lip left Jlpboi'lHon." tiàily rit 7-a.ui' ftiuí ' re turned, at 7 p.m. ;.ho had oariicd tho mail for nine teen, wbpk...
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
&lt;>f Mails for the IJnitcd Kliiinloiu., IiiîTTi'.ns, newapnpcre, pnçltotg, ifco., intended for despatch to tlio Unitod Kingdom, miv.v lin posted nt thp JJowvai pqsl-ofliço tip'ip Ö.yO p.til. nn t^io follow ing (lutos ¿rr ' 7 " ; ' Tuesday, Nov. 18—por P. &lt;fc O. stomnor via Colombo Wcd.nemloy, Noy.*2f^-por Orient 6teamçv Tnosday, Dec. 2—por ]>, & O, Rtenmor Tlutr$d¡i)\ peo. per Mcssngenoü Maritimca yin ' ' Mníspíllos Wednesday, Úec. 10—por Orient steamer, Tuesday, Oee. 10—yçr 1\ ifcO. sicamor ■Woilnesiiiiy, Veo. 2-i-r-poè Orient sien mor, 'Jj'ueadny, Dec. i)0—per I\ it 0> í^leíimer, '
Bowral Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Ilowral Li 1 erar y »V Uebalins Society, i Tub committee of Hie above society liai announced its policy up lu Ihn imd of the present year. Tho ' following is a copy of ihn syllabus which has licuu i piiutod nri'l c.iroulatCil .nnoussl tho members:— i Nov. 20.—Pobnto : "Which have tho p caler in. I tlnonae on Boeiety, worl>H of Italian on \Yorkn of , /not ?" Nov. 27.—Impromptu AdrtiosRCH. Boo. 4'.—Mook trial by jury : Hieaeh çtf Pipmiso case. Doc. 11.—"Which is'tliosrenfor power, the pulpit or tho presa ?" ■ . * Dca. 18(.—ÄJqclc jitii'Iirçmctit.
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
OFFICIAL ÇOilltESi'qKBi'LyCEi, Ti IK' following letters have boon received Mr. McOoiirt, M.L.A. UOWHAIj puduo school. Department of public instruction, Sydney, Sp.th October, 188i.—Sir,—Adverting, to' Lbo verbal representation made, by you'ànd tlie. Public School Board/for district No. 28, respecting the necessity for'increased accommodation at the Bowral public school, and for improvement to the premises, J. am directed to acquaint you that the minister of publio instruction has approved, of the erection of a ljriclt buildiug at this school for the piu'poses of an infant schoolroom, capable of accommodating 80. pupils, and so ' constructed, tliafc it may bo enlarged when necessary without destroying its sym metry." The architcqt for public schools hap been instruid to prepare the necessary plans Hud ' specifications. 2. With regard to the necessity foi* improvements 1 am to inform you that steps wül be takoii to have the ventilation of the school altered, the wefttherslied boarded,...
PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
prince of WALES' birthday at :do,wral&lt;% The programme of atU'i^Qtions in Bowral ou Monday last,' the day on which the celebra tion of thePriucfof Wales' Biçthdax yM kept, comprised, a picnic, unnoç the auôpiços of the Bowral club and the Bbwral, school of arts ; a cricket match, Bowral versus Lismore (Sydnoy'j,;. and a musical and liter ary entertainment in the evening in the school of arts iu;eónn,eot\óh with the newly formed Literary and Debating Society. The weather'throughout tlio day was de lightfully fine, ai'ul induced everyone, to make the mojic of the.holiday. The picnic, aiid cricket match were held in Mrs. Oxloy's paddock, opposite the railway station, kindly lent for êhô 'ocçàsion. Âbput tjn'oo hundred persons were presont on the ground which,_ considering counter-attractions, was quito up to coipectatious. The picnic, however, was not patronised so. well as was anticipa ted ; and tlio, efforts of the promoters, to realise tlio sura, of '£10 to wipe, off the d...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Weala/an Church. SorvicoB to-morrow, November lß Mittngonß, nt }1, Mr. "Willah ; ni 7, Supply, i BowraL nt 11, Rov."' T. 11. MeMichnel ; at 7, Mr. Willah Rnnualoon, at 11, Kov. C. Glilon ; at 7.30, Mr. Ruwnrd Robertson, nt 2.U0, Rov. C. Oliloii Bin'rn,\vai.iB, at 7.!îÛ,'Ruv. Ç. Oldeja
Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Debuting Society. An. interesting meeting of tho Bpwml Litor ary àùd Debating Sjcioty was hold in the school of arts ou Thursday eyobing. Thero was a fair àtfcend'aùco of members, iuçlu.d.iug several ladies. The chair was occupied by ! the president, Mr. Ç. Bonnet!;. It was de cided that all'meetings, of tho society be opon to, ¿lio. public, and thô members wore requested to use thoir iniiuonco in enlisting ^public. Interest in tho' meetings and inducing persons to attend and join tlie s'ooiely. Tho i business of tho evening was roadings' and recitations," mid throo gontlomen, find, t'\vo ladies', took part'. The business boxt Th.urs day evening, will, bo a debate, and it is hoped i thore will bo a large attendance of members, and of the public.
Robbery from a tent near Burradoo. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Robbery from a lent near Uurratloo. On Tuesday lust n moan robbory was com? mitted fiotn the lent of Mr. lliehard Parker, jniir., road contractor, near Burnidno. As tlio tont is pitched some distance from where Mr. Parker and his matos aro working a board is sstnek up out,sido on which is writ ton the number of loaves required to bo loft by the bakor, as thoro is generally no one '.'at homo" whey the cart calls. A few days.be fore tho robbory Mr. Parker showed Jaboz Jordan, t)io young man who up till Tuesday last drove Mr. J. L|. Oainpbell'q baker's part, t\ gold watch chain which ho (Parker) had reoenlly purchased, in, Sydney for £G. It appears Parker, wears a stri ng guard whilst at ! work and left Iiis gold c.'min in hig waistcoat I pooket in the tout daring tho day. This was told Jordan by Pijrkor. and elicitcd a¡ roT mark'from the former as to tho danger, of leaving siioh a valuable article wlicro. it might be so easily stolen. On reaching the, tout on Tuesday evening aftov wor...
Catholic. Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
Qathotíe. Church. Mass ' will bo (.'ololn'atcil on Suntlaj; ne^t at Ho,1«, Yulo ut 11 o'clock, ' Wo olTo" a prii'.o of 2/0 for the l>ost 2d linon of poetry liiivina roforcnco to any town in tbo Uorriina diwteii/l, lit' oriliingoitlioi' ijsw.'utiiey, mineral wealth, . oi-otiioi' aUnuitioiia. " Also a "oil's h pi'i/.o oí 2_s. (id. for Ilia liest, [icio'áiú ou Ki>ri ig ; and a prizo for 2/ti , fur Uip bc'.ji mid most conoto essnv, ii..t to excco.l iiOL) v,oi'il«, on " The power ot'ilie press." Conii>cli tiouii to i'cacli our bilico not later't'lian 'Monday iho IStli ¡uíijant. \
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMEDY CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
COMMERCIAL.. , South Coabt. asi> wj:st c.-.mjj.iw co-ui'ijua'nvh '■ ' cuwanv. llsii'Clf.u. ' " 7 Butter, 1st, per lb.i 7il to 8dt 2nd, unsaleable ! Bacon, best Meriiiibnla hand' cured-, ]0.1 to, 1-ld beat, mnchin.p enryd, 'Jd to. W^tl !: ,, heavy and rough, fid to 7d Hams, lies't iMeiimlmla, hand cured, 10J to ls^ i „ mnuliind curtiil, Oil tQ Xlrl " ' • Ijivvtl, Oil to 8(1 Cheese 1st, por lb., (id to 8(1 „ '2nd and inferior, dd to odi : rig.i', alive, per U>, od to fid • Calves, caoh, 8s Od to 50s Od Hides, per lb, 3d Calt skins, eneh, Is fid, Tallow, per ton, £29 Oa to £31 10s. Maize, per bushel, 4s Oil to 'la lOd Hay, oaten, por ton, £6 10s to £7-103 Od; •„ lucerne, do,, £3.0,it lo.£t lQs Oil . Potatoes, do., £8. Oh to £!) Os Od Fowls, per pair, 5? Od to Cs Od. * Duck's, do, »3 (id to (in (id Goes?, do, 8s Od to 10s Od Turkeys, do, 10s 0(1 to IJos Od- . Eggs, por doit,, is Id. to Is 2d» . November 18,1881.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
WANTED, a NURSEGIRL. Mrs. Debcnhain, St. Judo's Parsonago, Bowral. í¡98 w ANTED, alîospootablo GIHL ns Nurao,: Ap ply to Mrs. 1', L. 0. Shopherd, Colo Yala. ' ' 405 WANTED, a Respectable GIRL as Qonoriil Servant. Apply to Mrs. W. Joncs, Mary Vftlp, Bowri\l ' ■ ' ' ' '107 TIT ANTED. TQ HE KNOWN, tlmt tho Bowral tV Lighthouse Lodgo will Colobrato their ANNIVERSARY on JANUARY 20tli, 1885. 401 Church of England Temporáneo Society. rpnjî ANNUAL MEETING of tho BOWRAL X. BBANCH wi(l bo hold at tho School of Arta 0.x Tuesday Next, at 7.30 p.m. •Soyora! woll-lmowii Speakers will ftUoiul, Tho Young Men's Association will not i\s Qhoir. JOHN W, DEBJÎNHAM, •110 President. PROPOSED LAWN TENNIS CLUB FOR BOWRAL, IT is proposed to uso as a club ground tho Lawn Tennis Court in courso of construction at tlio bottom of Mr. Notl's Hill. Any person wishing to join tho. club, will please sond tlioir names to either j of tlio undersigned as"soon,as pofmiblo. Tiie subsoript'ipu Tor Bowral residents will bo...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
MITTAGONG (From our own Correspondent) A RATHER lively day was manifested in Mit- tagong on Monday last, 10th Novomber. Everywhere along the street knots of people were assembled, no doubt with the intention of witnessing the various spprts, &o., adver- tised to take place on that day. About &nbsp; half-past 10 o'clock the silent air was broken by the strains of music which proceeded from the. Mittagong Brass Band marching up the main street to the place of engage- ment. About 11 o'clock a procession of oddfellows headed by the above band, which started, from Mr. C. Sheather's hotel, were to be seen winding their way through the streets, the members of the lodge wearing the various sashes and aprons belonging to the order ; but it may be hinted that had all the members, numbering about sixty, taken part, the gathering would have had a very gay appearance. The sports took place in Mr. Southey's paddock, kindly lent for the occasion. The band played choice selections o...
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884
The weather during the past week has been, with the exception of the holiday, very un- &nbsp; seasonable. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On, Saturday last the Bundanoon Good Templars had an afternoon's amusment, it' being the anniversary of the lodge. It is estimated that upwards of, 200, adults and children attended the meeting, and every- one seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. The following have been elected officers for the present quarter :—Bro. C. Rosenthal, W.C.T. ; Sis. D. A. James, W.V.T ; Bro. Hoskins, W.S.; Bro, T.Gambell, P.W.C.T. ; &nbsp; Bro. W. Layton, W.A.S. ; Sis. Rosenthal, W.M. ; Bro. A. Tooth, W.D.M. ; Sis. E. Frood, W.C. ; Bro. E. Tooth, W.F:S. ;Bro. G. Atkinson, W.T.; Bro. J. Freeman, &nbsp; W.J.G. ; Bro. S. Tooth, W.O.G; and Sis. Atkinson, and. Dennis, W.R.S. and W.L.S. respectively. I am indebted, to, the W.S. &nbsp; for the above information. &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
OPENING OF THE BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884
OPENING OF THE BOWRA.L SCHOOL OP ARTS. to tnn editor or tub bowiui. fkp.e piikss. Sru,—In your issue of Wednesday Inst au individual signing himself " Bartholomew Bonos " assumes the titlo vole of a cyuio, n,nd in a snarling mauncr critically analyses my prize contribution to your journal on the above ijubjpo.t, although lio has the prosnm tioii to,saytliatt he doesinot, or, that it is not his intention to do so ; but all your readers must have noticed that ho had uo other ob ject than this in yipw in opening up a cor respondence on the subject. After perusing his insolent effusion I felt at first inclined to tyeat the mattci; wi.th cold contompt, but after, a second consideration I thought by doing so Mr. Bones would liavo begau to crow over what he would doubtless have been va,in enough to beliove was syuonomous with the scoring of a victory over mo. Thvoughout his unwarrantable epistolary attack op my essay Mr. Bones exhibits, uu mistakabip traits of'£ho celebrated dog in the man...
Our Pastime Column. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884
Our Pastime Column. 5. CHARADE.—Complete I am » delicious fruit, of which there tiro many varieties. My first is n vegetable, my second is part of a yard, my third is n personal pronoun, my fourth is a term used by printers in measuring their work, and my whole, when found, will disclose my noiu de plume. CONUNDRUMS. 0. Why is tho figure 0 lil:o a peBcock ? 7. Wlion does a horse enjoy his food most ? (Answers iunoxt Wednesday's'issue.) Answer to Arithmetical Puzzle >n Inst Wcdnes* day's issue.—Ho firat tilled tliu 5-quart measure, and out of that filled the H-qunrt measure. Emptying that invfiy, ho poured tho 2 quarts remaining in tho 5 quart into the 3-qunrt. Again filling the 5-qnart, lie filled up the 8-quart; so leaving '1 quarts, which ho oarricd homo.
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884
Despatch of Mails for the United; Kingdom. Letters, newspapers, packets! &c., intended for despatch to the United Kingdom, may be.posted at the Bov.'i'ftl po^t-office up to, !).30p.m. on the follow ing dates:— Wednesday, Nov. 26—p£v Orient steamer Tuesday, Dec. 2—per P. & 0. steamer Thursday, Deo. 4—per Messagories Maritimes. via Marseilles Wednesday, Deo. 10—per Orient steamer. Tuesday, Dec. 16>—per P., & O. steamer Wednesday, Dec. 2-1—per Orient steamer Tuesday, Dec. 30—per P. &lt;fc O. steamer..
Bowral Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884
llowraj Literary anil Debating Society. Tn.B regu)ar.weekly- meeting. of the above, sooiety will be held to-morrow (Thursday) evening in the school of arts to commence at eight o'clock, Tho business of the eveniug is announced to be a debate on the subject—" Whioh have the greater influence on society,-works of fact or works of-fiptiop.?.!' As tljjs . is the first debate the. newly-formed society has en gaged in a special interest should attach itself to the result. We have been requested to mention that all meetings of the society are to be open to the public. ■\Se trust therefore t&lt;) see a, large attendance to-xnpr row evening. The debate will be opened, in, favour pf fact by Mr. A. fitter f. Mr. D, L, Beer will lead in favour of fiction.
SUGGESTED CHORAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884
SUGGESTED. CIJORAL, SOCIETY. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE BQWIUI; ITO3E 1'IiKSS. Sm^Whil.e. the. clispussipft op. tbfc opening, of the new sehopLoii'asfea.teety.l going-on t shall feel obliged if yon will kindly allow me a short space in your pa^er to, mftke g, few . suggestions. on, the subject which if carried out might possibly add to, the attractiveness of the opening, ceremony. In every com munity and amongst all glasses of people : nothing is raoiq appreciated; thaft ^eal good sijaging. What I' wish to. suggest is that a choral society be. at once forujpd in. J3o,wi;a]:, and by the time tbfi building^s oompjeted ' the society will no doubt have mastered, ejif . fici.en.t pieces, to, afford at musical tvea.t to, all who. attend the opening ceremony, G.u&lt;?h as has never before been given, in Bowral, Perhaps th.e only way-this can bo done is, by the united action, and co-oppratioa of-all the musioians and singers in the town,,, irrespec i fciye of creed' or position. I have,...