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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mails "close' for all stations North at 9.30 p.m.', daily' (Saturdays excepted.) For. Ivangaloon and Eobertson • 2: p.m.y daily, (Sundays excepted.)'. Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and 'Eobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays i excepted.) Mails} arrive' from' all' stations South' at 3.5 a.m., idaily; (Sundays excepted.) From all stations 'North at 12.38 a.m. (Mondays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at: 1.85' p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) TheBowral Money, Order Office'closes' at 6 p.m. Post 0Bice hours from' 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on' Sundays, for delivery of letters, &c;y only; from 9 to'? 10 a.m." Telegraph • Office hours from 9' a.m. to 8 p.m. ,»• -(Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all • stations south at 9.80 p.m.f,' Sundays excepted.).- . „ Government Savings'Bank-open from 9 a.m. tp 6-' p.m.' 1 , ^y1
Railway Returns for February. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
Railway StGfcnrns ■ for: February** Bundanoon.—Inwards: Goods, 39tons 9 cwt. 3 qrs.: parcels, 120. Outwards'. Passen gers, 322; goods,, 131 tons 11. cwt.; parcels, 56.—E. Milne. j Wingello.—Ifiwards :: Goods,.. 11 tons-. 11 i cwfc. 2. qrs. ; dogs, 1 ; parcels, 72. Oufc | wards : Passengers,. 52 ; goods, 340'tons 8 I cwfc. 3 qrs.;. parcels, 6.—Geo. Gibbons, i Colo Vale.—Inwards :. Goods, 10 tons 3 cwfc. 1 qr. ; pigs, 17 parcels,: 140. Out i wards : Passengers, 226' ;■ goods, 202 tons i 6 cwfc. 1 qr. ; parcels, 47.—-W. J. Donnan. Mnrnlan.—Inwards : Goods,. 225 tons 9 cwt. 1 qr. ; .cattle, 1 ; carriages, 2 ; dogs, 1 ; parcels, 240. Outwards, Passengers, 288 ; goods, 86-5 tons 9 cwt. ;• cattle, 123 ; sheep, 2369 ; horses, 1; dogs, 1; parcels,. 114.— A.'. Moodie.
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
COMMERCIAL. South'-CoAst and 'West Camden ' Co-operativk : Company, Limited. Butter, 1st;1 per lb., lid to 12d • „ 2nd, 8d to lOd Bacon, best, Mcrimbula hand cured, lOd to lid • „ best, machine cured, 7d to S|d „ heavy and rough, 5d to 6d Hams, best Merimbula, hand cured, lOd to lid ,, machine cured, Od Lard, 6d to 8d Cheese 1st, per lb.', 5d to 6d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to 4d • Pigs, alive, per lb, 4d to 5d Calves, each, 7s Od to 80s Od Hides, per lb, 3d Calf skins, each, Is 6d Tallow, per ton, £26 10s to £28 10s J Maize, per bushel, 3s 9d to 4s 0d Hay, oaten, pet ton, £6 0s to £0 10s . ,, lucerne, do., £4 0s to £5 Os'Od'\ Potatoes; do., £3 0s to £4 Os Od Fowls, per pair, 3s 3d to 3s Gd • Ducks, do, 3s (3 .1 to 4s Od Geese, do, 7s Od to 8s Od. ..' ; , 1 Turkeys, do, 7s Od to 12s Od .Eggs, per 'doz.', Is 8d to Is 10d. • . Mareli 19, 1885.
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
CATTLE AND SHEEP. - liATiiiS" for' conveyance of cattle (at per truck) to1 Homebush are as follows :—From (Jonlburn, £-i *ls ; Marulan, £3 ■ 10a 8d; Moss Vale, £2- 12s ; Uowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 (is ; Picton, £1 10s. • ' Hates for conveyance of sheep (at per truck); to' Homebush are as follows:—From Go ul burn, £313s Id ; Marulan, £3 as 7d; Moss Yale, £2-12s; Bowval, > £2 ■ 8s ; Mittagong, £2 6s ; Picton-, £1 10s. •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
THE FliEK PBESS Boofc, Stationery, & Fancy Goods Depot, BONG BONG-STREET, BOWKAL. J^IST OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND *.t—' Ruled Note and Letter Papers Plain ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign ditto Fancy ditto, colored .and goffered edges ■ Mourning Note Papers and Envelopes Foolscap, plain and ruled Laroche's best Note Paper and Envelopes • Classic ditto ditto Original Repp ditto ditto Chromatic Tinted Repped Note and Evelopes, assorted, Is. lOd. per box The lloyal Paperterie, assorted tints, wicker • pattern, note and. envelopes, a hand some article, 3s. yd. per box , The Duchess Box of Stationery, Is. (id. The Handy Series Box of Stationery, plain and floral,,1s..and Is. 6d. The Colonists' Tinted Box: of Stationery,,Is. V' The Wonderful Box of Stationery, 9d. Envelopes, all. sizes and qualities Day Books r' 'Playing Cards, 6d., 9d., and Is. per packet. [ Ink Erasers * Lead and Best Drawing Pencils Pocket Companions Memorandum Books' Account Books Pens and Pen-holders r r Slates ...
A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
A SUGGESTION.. The adjective "woiilcl-be," (tlie''would-be' murderer.'1 " the would-be incendiary," &c.) is neat, simple, and 'pleasing ; but it is not sufficiently flexible, nor ado-' quate to the signification of as much at is is some times desirable to express. I have the happiness ancT honour to suggest a convention of reporters to decide' if it be hot advisable to incorporate into the news paper vocabulary the following terms of expression :• The ardently-desired-to-become murderer. The may possibly-have-iritended-to-be murderer. The but-for the-timely-inteference-of-tlie-police-would-have-been murderer. The came-within-an-ace-of-being mur derer. The if-lie-had-not-slipped-down-on-an-orange peel-and-arrived - after-his-vietim-was-already - dead of - consumption-might-have- been-strongly-tempted-. be murderer. The list of useful and elegant locu tions of this general sort is by no means complete or' possible of completion, but I will suggest only a few more—brief and fun...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
chapter v. fid,-wliat-it is to love, Learn ye that list to prove; - By me;,I say, that no ways may' The grund of grief remove, But still decay, both nicht and day Lo, what it is to love !' —Alexander, Scott.' Where with fire and fiesse drought on her tresses, fnstatiable summer oppresses. ■ , • Sere woods and sad wildernesses, And faint flocks and herds. _ —Gordon. .When fiery December sets foot in the forest. . v /'—Kendall..' It is a-night'in'the"middle of December, and the sun has gone down dull-red and por 1 tending through the dancing misty haze in the west. The day lias been scorching, : choking hot. The summer, as the squatter foretold, is terribly dry, and the intercourses are sapped up, leaving only a few sickly, ; muddy pools to show where once a winter torrent ran. The silent night, bringing little relief, falls on the baked earth, on the grass all scorched, on! the dry branches and scat tered twigs which snap with the noise of a pistol-shot at any other touch, than that ...
One Rose, My Rose. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
By " Lol," Mittagoiig. (^Yiutten Expressm Fbit the Bowrav Free Press.) CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. The- rain! is pelting now. They grope to the door and rap: The sound has ceased. " Who1 there?"' " Frieuds. Let us in." " Massa Powis !: Gome in." They unfasten the door and enter! A liag drouches by the small fire. It is evidently sihe who has bden crooning. " Sit down," she says,-and barely looks at them. They are glad to be out of the rainy which lashes the slabs and bark roof of the hut, and drips in through the crannies. " Well mother, how are yoiv? " inquires the squatter. The woman is a! half-caste, and the streched- yelluw skin of her face shows ghastly in- the light of the flickering embers. She moves'round- slightly now, and looks at / .her questioner front out of her'sharp eyes, half hidden by .the long lasbes; Her hair untouched by the shows' of age droops like a mantle on the ground' around her. She rocks- H'erself and laughs a' goblin. laugh:. " B?ery well;- bery well," . she ...
MR. JOHN BRIGHT ON THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
Mil. JOHN BRIGHT OS THE BRITISH: EMPIRE. In an article from the pen of Mr. Bright in the Pall Mall Gazette- of January 80,- the right lion. gentleman writes :—"The'true' policy of this country is-not to seek to en large our empires Nor is it to seek to bind; . the empire together more closely in the way proposed by the Federation League. The: way to deal with our colonies is to-' deal ;with them' as we do now, to encourage them on all' occasions, to cultivate sym pathy and-goodwill towards them ; but ifwer bind or attempt to bind them in a closer tie by meddling with them, by allowing thetn 1 to give counsel,-which perhaps we should 'not follow, we shall find that instead of their being more otir friends they will be less our friends, and that the bond of union will,' in all probability, be weakened. I am for friendship. I have said this often from this platform—I am for friendship and justice ;t'o all our colonies and to foreign Powers,, but I think we have enough on our hands. Ask...
CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
CHAPTER VI'. The" lady sat in mournful mood, Looked over hill and-dale. —BkiE/VD. Like' a- red smoke the air' is,- like a- lieH-light its glare'is, And as flames are the feet of- the day:> ,; —itBNDASi;. Al'tM sure nothing dies;, but' something-, mourns. —BYIiONv WhmT is doing air- ^'anvoola ?' Assey has has sett-led' himself here it seems, and is geiisr&lly received as the'accepted: lbver. He-fews Mil'. PowrK's consent,.and Mm-, fco'tfis is- fta-ppy to- wetebme anyone whom- she- be lieves to'be her dear daughter's choice. Be-' sides, Mt, Assey is a favourite with the' parents. Rich,*accomplished,.and1 well-born,, why should thdy think of their boy Jack—u al'iBost R'ose's own brother, tliiey would say',' who is mustering' cattle out west. Why should- these fond parents' think of him' in the-'light-of a lover Glara stands Jack's friend though,- and: helps- in quiet ways to keep the image of Kobe's old love alive in her heart. Clara does, so1 in. a great measure in a way sh...
AFTERNOON SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
Afternoon Sittings. In the Legislative Council, Several formal motions were agreed, to, ami the sessional committees were appoin ts.!. Oii the motion of Mr. W. Macleay, secon ded by Mr. G. PI. Cox, Mr. -William Rich man Piddington was elected Chairman of committees. M.r. King moved the address in reply, expressing hearty approval of the minis ters in despatching the contingent to the Sondan. The motion was seconded by Mr. Thorn 'ionv: Discussion ensued, in which Mr. Dal ley and several other lion, members took par(iv . Mr. Stewart moved ah ammendent to the effect that the ho*use should not offer aiiy opinion as to the propriety of sending troops to the Soudan till it was aware of the rea sons of the government for despatching them without parliamentary sanction. The adjournraent of the debate was moved by Sir Alfred Stephens, and agreed to", and the house adj6urned until Wednesday. In the Legislative Assembly, .Mr. Dibbs presented the Ordnance Lands Transfer Bill, which was read the...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. The fifth session of the eleventh parliament of New South Wales was formally opened at noon on Wedneday by his Excellency Lord Agustiis Loftus. The proceedings attracted linusval interest, and a large crowd assem bled in the vicinity of the parliament build ing. In the Legislative Council; . The President took the chair at noon, when thirty-two members of the Council were present. The President read the proclamation call ing Parliament together. Tlie President next announced the de . cease} of the Hons. Joseph Docker; Lewis Wolfe Levy, and John Marks. .. .The Governor entered the chamber at fifteen' minutes past twelve. A message' was despatched for the members of the Legislative Assembly who a few minutes litter attended in obedience to the sum nio'ns. .. ; His Excellency then made the opening Speech as follows oriorable gentlemen' of the Legislative Council and Gentlemen of the Legislative Assembly,— 1.' I-have called you together in anticipation of the peri...
MRS. DUDLEY WHO SHOT ROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
MRS. DUDLEY WHO' SHOT ROSS#. •'New York, February 5.—Being interviewed Mrs. Dudley said" Rossa is a' doomed man. The sooner be gets' well the sooner'he'H he ready for' a sccond shot. Lots of people are waitin'g to fire it. Pie' aud' Joyce. are the men hence forth. I would have sliot him- with a British bulldog, only I considered;lie was not worth 'using' an' English weapon on. Had I used a British pistol,.I'd-'have killed him sure. If Ire isn't satisfied,, I'll challenge him to meet me anywhere alone7, and armed,-and he can .•-skethen whether I'm'agood shot or not. I ; didn't try to kill him-; One thing is certain v — if lie doesn't stop:that newspaper and dy : namite talk of his there will be a contract ' for airuhder'takei- to give him-aud all of his associates coSins." ■ Telegrams, postal cards, and letters poured into the hospital all day yesterday, and nearly everything written that reached Rossa contained a threat of some kind; Rough drawings representing him as being blown up...
A LECTURE BY SALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
A LEC1TOE BY SAL A'.' (Fro'm'the Alta1'California, February 14.); Plant's Iiall-was filled' to' overflowing' last f ...eveningwith-a brilliant and intelligent audi s.ence to' Item* Mr.-GK A. Sala's second and • last lecbtir^lh-San-Francisco, previous-to-his ^departi^'fbr-'A^istraliniv Mrv Sala-chose nsv :bis(&ubject, " Wass^ Revolutions;-' and-' Tu -;mults;n beingIHe'stbrj' of li&' pettioaalJ ob . serva-fcioti'3 rSv'olu tion s in Europe during'period of'2&■•years:- He ' opened" liis lecture by reinarkiing that lie was :as peaceful as'could-b6v He"had never will fully killed anything larger than a cadiroacli: But it had-beeii'liia Ibfc to 'witness war in all its most hideous pha'ses;, He hacT been-cra dled in conspiracy, suckled in sedition,.- and reared in revolution. His first acquaintance with, revolutions' began- while attending school in; Pairis. Hardly a day would-pass without falling in with the tail-end of some uprising,-while going liome from1 school;...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
L0CAL BREVITIES. i Over 3000 persons - were- present" at' the show on Thursday. There wasno official openiftgvbfHlie show at Moss Vale oil Wednesday. , / A PIiBERNrAN ■ Catholic; Benefit'Society is •to be established at'Moss Vale. ; Our: instalment of " The Myi'tlemore Tragedy is unavoidably, held over'till-next issue; . The residents of Burrawang are" making ',a move in the matter of establishinga&lt;school .of arts'in their village.- : 5 A; quabrilbe party in aid -of"the funds of the Bowral Brass Band will be held iii the old' school of arts this (Saturday)- evening. Letters' of administrations- have.' .been granted in the estate of'the late1 William Jones, to widow;-to the amount of £11,761. The footpath opposite the Misses Gibbons' dressmaking shop in Bowral is at present in >n extremely dangerous state,-and-'wants mending at ouce., h A public meeting will- be held at 4 -o'clock ..this afternoon in the Bowral- School of Arts ,to: eonsiderthe question of- accepting-the...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
Wesley an GhurcTi-. Services to-morrow, March 22 :— Mittagong, at 11, Bcv. T.. Rr. JIcMichael' ; at 7, Preacher Bowral, at 11, Mr. Morris ; at 7, Rev. C. Olcfen Kangaloon, at 11, Bev. Olden ' llobertson, at 11, Mr. Walsh:;, at,7.30; Mr. White : Wild's Meadow, at 11, Mr. White1 Moss Yale (Oddfellows' Hall), at 3, Rev. T. R; McMiohael
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 21 March 1885
St. Stephen's, Meetagong. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.' j.and first": Sunday in the montli;, at-8'p.m.'. Colo Yale, every Sunday, ; Lower Mittagong, second Sunday invtlie month; at 3. Jellore, fourth Sunday in. tlie month.',, at 3 p.m.. . Services to-morrow, March 22 :■— Sutton Forest at 11! and. 7. Bong Bong, at 11 Mount Ashby, at 3. Bundanoon, at 3 Moss Yale, at T Each Wednesday in'Lent1 at' Sutton' Forest at 11; each Thursday at Moss Val'e ■'at V.SO'jvand each Eriday at Bong Bong at 5.. .