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ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

St. •STI!MII3f4,,Sv jMlTWOONO. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and' Tp.rcv.; and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. Colo Vale,: every Sunday, at 3 p.m. Lower Mittagonf;, second Sunday in the month, at 3. Jelloro, fourth Sunday in the month, at <i p.m.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

"WIT AND HUMOUR. I, \ ■■■■ ; •' . [ A you»vg author sent a taja to a journalist and stated that if it suited he had other irons | in the lire. Thp. publisher returned it, and i told him to, put it with tho other irons. '' At a Sunday-school a teach,er asked a little boy if he knew what the oxpression " sowiug tares " meant. " Course I does," said he, pointing to his littlo breeches, " There's a tare mother sowed. ' I tared it sliding down bill." That was a noble little boy out in Ohio who previous to a raihvay smash-up, sat oil the fence'for two hours in the- freezing gold watching the broken rails, in order that he might carry t,he news to his father, who was editor of the local paper. I A young man in a train was making fun j of a lady's hat to. an elderly geritleman'who was seatod beside himr " Yes," said the i gentleman, " thait is my wife and t.old her, that if she wore that bonnet, some fool would bo sure to make l'un of her."- The j young man collapscd. ' ! An American from A...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

COMMERCIAL. Sooin Coast and ■Wisst Camden Cooperative >. ■ Company, Tjimited* Butter, 1st, per lb., 12(1 to 15J 2nd, no demand ■ Bacon, best ftTorimbula Jmnd cured, M to 10$ „ boat, machine cured, 7d to 9d „ heavy and rough, Bd to 6d Hums, bcafc.Morimbula, hand cured, 103 to 1ft „ machine cured, 8J to lOd Lard, 5d to Gd '••• Cheese 1st, por lb., Cd to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, -Id to 54 , . . Pigs, alive, per lb, 4Jd to 5d Calves, each, 7s Gd to 90s Od.' Hides, per lb, 3d ■ CalC skins, each, Ib Cd Tallow, per ton, £20 Os to £32 10ft Maiza, per bnsliel, Ca Id to Ca 2d Hay, oaten, per ton, £5 lOi to £7 Os Od' „ lucerne, do., £3' 10s to £5 Os Oil: Potntoes, do., £5 10s to £0 10s Od Fowls, per pair, 4s 9d to Cs Gd - Duclts, do, (is Od to 7s Od Geese, do, 9s Od to 10s Od Turkeys, do, 10a Oil to 22b Od ■■■•■■> EgRs, per doz., Is . , • September 18,1884. " '

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

St. Simon* and St. Junn'Si BownAr<.. Services ovoiy Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. . . . Ohildien'H ecrvico on the last .Sunday in tUo month at 3.15 p.m.

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

Primitive Methodist Ohitro/l. Sovvices to-morrow, September 21:— Rowral, at 11 and 7,' Rev. II.' Jennings Bunflanoon, at 11; Messrs. OooUroIt and Calvftvley; at 7, Mr. W. Gvica Bingwood, at 3, Messrs. Giico and Dickinson.

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

CHURCH SERVICES. Churah of England. Sotviccs to-morrow, Sop.tomlsov 21:—> Bohr Hong, at 11 Sutton Forest, lit 11 Mount Asliby, at 3 Bunclanoon, at I! Moss Yale, at 7

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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

Preslit/krmu Church. Minister—Rov; John Evans, M.A. Services' to-morrow, September is. :r—■ ■ Moss Vale, at 11 and 7 Mitlngong, at 3

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COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

COLO VALE, ' I iiavf, littlo intoresling news in regard to mining matters. The drill on tho Mitta gong; Goal' Company's lease Iiivh not yet commenced its downward journey. A seri ous impediment in being mot witlvin regard to Mm ■■■■stability of" tho sand pipo. Fro 511 what I ciyi ■ ■:lout'n ft:-: shaft 1ms to bo sunk througii tho top strata uf-looso soil until the Voclc is found. ■ W.v, Buy,tho enginoer, Imv ing sanktho shaft about twelve .foot- deep, cumo lipon rock-which ho imagined was (•lie true beginning c\f tlia sandstone foniuhir lion.' Ho commenced opoyationu hut ('omul puch a lealmgo of water that lie had to stop boring,'mid snbsonuoinly found tlnit.it was only a largo holer he had como upon, which fact ■ < necessitates tho shaft being iniulc deeper, You will doubtedly bo .surprised to leum, as I from Mr. Durniug, tho engineer of Iho MuKensrie drill, lhat ho litis now yen oh otl a depth'of dJO feet,; which is an (ivornge rarely; if over, reached in boring •throug...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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UPPER MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

UPPER MITTAQONG. A concert took plaoo in tlio school-room at : "Upper.Mitlagoiig on Tuosday, 2nd. Sopt., last, tho obioot oi! which was to raiso fuuds . for defraying tlio oxponses of an organ latoly bought for tlio clmrcli of England in that locality. Tho night boiug lino, though Bomowhfit cold and windy, thoro was a good attendance'who frequently testiiiod Ihoir appreciation of tho Humorous pieces rondor cd throughout tho ovening, giving of course ft liboral sharo to tlio comic olomont which was well represented. Mr. Oolo occupied tho chair. Great praiso is duo to (ho Itidioa and gentlemen wlio gavo their Horvicoa, and who all porforinotl tlioir several parts very 'pleasingly.' 1 will not attompt to in|nutoly describe oaoh piece: sullico it to Bay that perhaps "Tapping at tho Garden Gate," <' Gnr .Tack's oouio Homo to-day," " McCar thy's Maro," "Slopping fJlo»es," "AVo Tars that O'cv tho Ocean Sail," and tjio ■ Wishing Cap " were among tlioso most ploasantly pondered du...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOB SEPTEMBER. Kitchen CUmien.—Sow peas, French beans, cabbage, lettuce, carrots, parsnips, turnips, broccoli, radish, spinach, tomatoes, capsicums, ifcc. Plant potatoos, cabbage, lettuce, artichokes, colory, parsley, and horbs. Sow melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, Ac. Ifoop clown weeds, pulverise the soil, and irrigate. Orchard.—Orange, lemon, and almost nil evergeen fruit trees may bo transplanted; do not keep thom longer out of the ground than necossary. Ia warm situations, cherries, early plums, loquais, and straw berries ripen about the end of this month. ■ Flowor Garden.—Continue planting lilios, erinums, and other bulbs. Flowering shrubs may still bo transplanted with care. Hyacinths, tulips, anemones, and ranunculuses bloom this month : protoct thom from too much heat, at mid-day, as also in boisterous weather. Plant dahlias in good rich soil. Sow bal sams and louder annuals in a warm-sheltered situa tion. Weed and water. Vineyard.—-Destroy caterpillars, Ac.,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HOWRALL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

letters to the editor. liETjIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC) SCUOOLS, to tub editor or 'cms nowiui, yiinrc rur.aa, Sm,—So fur ns llio loiter of ".Verito" applies to tlio Anglican Church (as iippnrontl.v it is mount chiefly to (lu), it contains ho ninny misrepresentations that tlio signature ( of " Tenth" is Hliignlnrly' inappro priate. I rlo not Bttppoflo that, tho misrepresentation is intentional. but whan n man chooses such" n sig nature he ought to bo careful of his assertions, . Verito sa.yn—" Lately wo wevo told that tho con cussion of 0110 hour per diom for special instruction in the schools was useless." I should like to hear the nnmo of tho poison who said bo. Verito loads his readers to suppose tliat it was some dignitary speaking in tho nama of the church. Nothing is | mora false i tho assertion is utterly opposed to tho ! opinions of tho church. Tho, liny minority of (ivc in tho synod may think that it in wiso to rehisu half i-n loaf beomifo thoro mn.y bo n nhtinco of gettin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

« I n t:e l L I Gr e n c E," , A New Weekly Papbu.to be Pudlisiikd at BOW R A L, THE PIJl ST NUMB Ell OF WHICH WILL AT PEAR O.N Wednesday, October 8, 1884. JjPNTELLIGENCE • will"bo published every Wednesday, .and district $ subscribers will rocoivo tlioir copics by Wednesday morning's mail. Tho main object "of the proprietors in. establishing Intelligence is to malco provision for giving publicity to tlio news of tlio day bofm'o il has becomo . • too stale and uninteresting'for perusal, as is too frequently the case wbcro ' tbero is only a weekly paper in the town. > - Toi business peoplo, also, Intelligence will at times bo found of special : •i Borvioo. Loss: of trade and much •, inconvenionco nro; not infrequently ; experienced: by many who are compollod to wait a wholo week to advertiso something ..which if made public a few days earlier might havo boon of considerable profit to themsolves. By tho establishment of Intelligence it is hoped thoBo disadvantages will speedily dis...

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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XII CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

Harold Netkerly; on, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XII CONTINUED, The dreadful news spread with such celerity, that by the time they reached the Priory a eirtall crowd of amazed, exolamative, in some degree menacing countryfolk had gathered around. Bonbon Bradloy, white with consternation, entered the courtyard ;r ficcompanied by Mr. Grenfoll, at the same momont as the prisoners j and after listen ing with suspended breath to ffofchorly's hurried version of \yhat had occurred, said in a voioo almost ohecj^d with emotion " Were you, Netherly, the veriost villian that ever breathed, there is a oircumstauce, as yet ungueseed of by yourself, in connec tion with this dreadful crime, which would make me pity you from rqy iumost heart.",' " What circumstance as yet uuguessed of by mysfelf?" demanded Netherly. "That question cannot be answered now," replied Reuben Bradley, " You will kuow \vhat I mean, unhappy man, too soon." - ' '' JThafc which. utterly confounds me,1' whispered Reuben Iiradlo...

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NOTES of a VISIT to SOUTH AUSTRALIA. I.—SYDNEY TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

NOTES* of a VISIT to SOUTJI AUSTRALIA. [by p. p.] I.—Sydney to Adelaide. EvEiny year the rage for travelling increases. The question " Have you seen such ami such a place ?" is nowadays as common as was the query' " Ilavo you read Pickwick ?" throughout the United'Kingdom fifty years ago, when Charles Dickons, called, sinco his death, " the Apostle Paul of the niuotoouth century," cpuld calmly roflect on the pleas ing assurance that ho had snddonly raised himself to a rung in the ladder of fame and popularity equillto, if not above, any other writer in hti* Majesty's dominions. Aud why should not the dosiro for sight-seeing yearly attract a greator shavo of publio> at tention than heretofore ?■ Especially might this question bo asked in the Australiau colonies.' It is hardly a gonevation ago since the whistle of the first locomotive was beard, and tho first railway was declave.il duly opened. Now, several thousand!) of miles' of rails, penetrating the groat conti nent in various ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

■ "YTTANTGD. at onco, two good. General SER YV A'ANTS. Apply to Mas. ,11. Eii Jones, I Annerloy, Bowial. i ; : ! ! npENDERS WANTED for S Brick Chimneys 8 (labor only). Apply G. FLEMING-,1 or.ro of I It. A. ltitehio, Esq., Oxloy's Hill. • 298 npENPERS WANTED for Paintingand Glazing tJi'-r-'Mra. Wellford's House in Merrigang-strcofc. . (Labor only.) Apply WV MURDOCH, Bowral. 800 | "\XTASTE PAPER., (5 lbs. Cor Is., offico o£ this I VV paper. General Post Office, Sydney, September 1,188il. 'TENDERS, for the Convoyancc of; Hails for 1 or 1JL !i: years from 1st January next;, to, and from 1. Moss Vale and Sutton Forest, seven times a wool:; and from Moss Vale to Sutton Forest 011 arrival of tho morning train from Sydney, six times a 'Week; " 2. Beri'ima and Joadja Creole, twi'co a weelt; Will bo received at this office up to noon 011 TUESDAY, the 21,st Octobcr roxt. •: Each Tbnder must bo signod in tho presonco of a Magistrate or a 'Postmaster, For full particulars see Government Gazette,...

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Select Poetry. WIN AND WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

JSclcd IJoctrg. WIN AND WEAR. There's no royal road to greatness, Men must ever climb to famo; All the wealth in misers' coffers Wouldu't buy a deathless name. i Is a noble goal before you ? Would you great achievomcnt dare ? Brother, then bo up and doing— Brother, you must " win and wear 1" Toil and labour, never stopping Till you make the prize your own j For, you know, 'tis " constant dropping Wears awny tho hardest stone." Never slack sublime endeavour, Nor 'midst cheerless toil despair; Jf you'd rise above your fellows, Brother, you must " win and woar !" 'Tis the lesson nature teachos All throughout her wide domain And the text from which she preaches Is that " Labour leads to gain." Moral worth and honest merit— . Brighter crowns than monarclis bear— These you never can inherit 5 Brother, these you ■' Win and Woar!"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

y?, & D, L, B£GRt Newspaper Proprietors, General Printers, Stationers, &c.f &c., DONG HONG.STBBBT, BOWIUI/. j^IST OF GOODS ALWAYS ON IIAND Itulcd Note Papers . Plnin ditto Walcr-Iincd ditto Foreign ditto . : runoy ditto, eolored and goffarod otlgoa Mourning Note Pnpora and linvolojica FoolHcup, plain and ruled Lorocho's boat Note Popor nml Kuvetopea CluBsio ditto ditto Original liopp ditto ditto, -* Chromatid XU»ted Hopped No to and livelopea, ty)so{lQdt Is. 10J. por box Tiio lloyal Paporteric, assorted Huts, wioltec pa.Ucro, nolo and envelopes, a hwuU' some avticlo, !Sa. 9d. per box 'fho Duchess Bos of Stutipnouy, la. Cih. The Handy Set;i.e& Box of Stationery,, jiluii* and lloral, la. and ls. Cd. Tho Colouigta' Tintqd B.ox. o( SAtvtiQRqry, lav The Wondorful Box of Stationery, 'Jd., Bnvoloiies, all aizea and (lualitiea, Playing Ca^ds, (id., 9d.,and la. per jmeketi ' Ink Erasors Lead and Boat. Drawing; Pencijs, Pookefi Companions, Memorandum BookB, Acc...

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CREMATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 20 September 1884

CREMATION IN NEW SOU'ffl WALES. Mn. D. Buchanan,. M.L.A., has givon notieo iu tho Assembly that ho will move on tho 10th of October noxt—1. That iu tlio opinion of this Houae, and the interests of the public health, tlio Government should establish at the Bookwoocl cemetery tho necessary apparatus of machinery for tho purpose of giving practical offect to the j system, of cremation, so that the poople may lmvo the option of preferring this system to tho practice of burial at present prevailing. 2. That tho above resolution be communicated by address Iq, bis Excel lency the Governor.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

TO C milESP ON BENTS. Timely OtrrrxjoK.—Your letter will appear in our nest issue.

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ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

St. Stephen's, Mittaoono. SorvlcoB ovevy Sunday nl 11 n.m. nncl 7 p.m.; and (Srst Sunday in tho month, nl U p.m. Colo Vnlo, overy Sunday, ivt 3 p.m. Lower MiltnRotig, Rouontl Sunday in tho month, nt 8. Jclloro, fourth Hinulay in tho month, at 8 p.m.

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