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Section 19—Paintings, Drawings, Writing, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section iff— PsiimMiagSj ©rawiin Writing, &c. Oil Paintings, 20s and 10s ; Miss Lucy Garran Painting, water colors, 10s and 5s ; Mrs. J. Wyatt 1, Mrs. Bailee 2 Crayon Drawing, Is and 5s; M: E. Oolvin' 1, Miss E. Spears 2 Pencil Drawing, 10s and 5s ; Miss A. Eraser 1 ancl 2 Works of Art, not specified, 10s and ■ 5s; John Gra ham, for Eret Work, 1; M. B. Corrie, for bracket of fret work' frame, 2;' also W. Jones a special of 10s for work box Plain Writing, by girl under 14 years, attending any public' school in the Berrima' district, or within live .miles thereof, 10s, 7s 6cl, and 5s ; Jane Trimble,- Barrengarry, 1; Mary L'. Vance, 2 ; Jane Hunter, Yarrunga, 8. Annie' Morgan, highly commended ; Johanna Glennon, commended Plairr Writing by boy, do., do.-, 10s, 7s 6d, and 5s; A. McNiven, Barrengarry, 1; W. Hunter, Yarrunga, 2:; Master Losoby, Bowral, 8'.
Section 7—Dogs. Prize 10s. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section T—©ogsii Prize 10 s: ; G-reyhound, dog, Graham-- arid- Morrice, Moss Vale, Pretty Boy Greyhound, nlutj.H. Ivf. G'xley, BowraV, Beef Eater' , Staghound,-dog' or slut,J;is. Smith, Moss Yale,:Skip ; Kangaroo, dog or slut, W. C. PembeiyBowral - Collie, dog or slut,-A. Barnslcy, Moss Vale, Reefer ; English Terrier, clog or slut, G. Woods,- Moss'Yale,;• ; Billy Scotch Terrier, dog or shitv Jas.-Faulks; Yarrunga, . Biz,, only entry -Retriever.,-dog or. slut-, S. Tilley,--Moss Vale, Barkie, only entry' Pointer, dog or slut. John Wade, Moss'Vale,' The Masher Setter, dog or sliitV €h-T.&lt;B51ey;! Mittagong, Juno, only entry HOT" GLABSHD. Pug.Pup, Ernest Taylor; Mittagong, prize 10s 1 Pox Terrier Dog, E.. L„. Toothy Bowral,. pr 10s
Section 18—Leather, Saddlery, Boots. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
- Section IS—licatlici*, SacMlcry, Boots. Set Biiggy Harness^- 203 and 10s; "W. Robinson, Kangaroo Valley, 1; R: Viles, Moss Vale, 2 Gent's Saddle, 20s and 10s; W. Robinson, Kangaroo Valley,' 1; R. -Viles, Moss Valo, 2. Collection'of-Boots, 20s, Tlios. Byrne, Moss Vale. Mr. R. Viles was highly commended for an' ex hibit of saddle made of District-tanned feather from a pig reared in the district.
Berrima District Agricultural, Horticultural, and Industrial Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Berrima District Agricultural, Horticultural, and Industrial Society. Patron—His Excellency Lord Augustus Loftus; president—John Lackey, Esq., M.L.A. ; vice-presidents—P. L. 0. Shep herd, P. B. Wilshire, and EL E. Kater treasurer—John G. Morris ; secretary— Thos. Graham ; committer—W. McCourt Esq., M.L.A., I. A. Badgery, Walter Mor rice, J. J. 0. Atkinson, 0. L. Nicholson, Frank Badgery, R. Bridge, J. T. Hayter, W. J. -Oordeaux, H. Taylor, L S. Ponder, P. H. Throsby, J. Piggott, B. Marsha.ll, ,N. E. Throsby, D. Morriee, T. Seery, B. P. .Richardson, W. Cliarker, George Tate, Jos. Loseby, Alick Osborne, E. Garter, Jas. Al corn, T. P. Galbraith, Edwd. Moses, V/. McKenzie, Geo. E. Makin, T. Troy inn., M. Bice, W. Alston, H. Qhilds, W. A. John ston, G. T. Biley, W. P. Brenning., John Wright. The second annual show of the Berrima District Agricultural, Horticultural, and Industrial Society was opened on the so ciety's show ground., a short distance from the Moss Vale railway station, last...
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, March 25, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Do as adversaries do in law, . Strive mightily, but eat and drinlt as fr iends. Wednesday, March 25, 1885. .» ■w.'»*g-ryaw»r>r>amivwyTOa«wjfgmjgiTyggiwmiwKafl».x;*u;jtAma>'gwig3Bgiaawmmiwaar .As soon as possible after the despatch of .our troops parliament has been called - to gether and asked to express its opinion on the action of the government. After , two •night's debate the Council has approved the course adopted by Mr. Dalley with only one dissentient—Mr. Stewart—who moved an amendment of a very mild and harmless (.character. In the Assembly the debate has dragged its dreary length along during four' .nights; and at midnight on Friday it was .adjourned till .Tuesday (yesterday); so that,, the discussion will be on at the very time swe are at press with the present issue. There ' cannot be much doubt as to the vote. It •.was reported before the House ,met that Mr. • Dalley was sure of an .enormous majority. .The debate itself seems to foreshadow the .same conclusion. ...
Section 2.—Cattle. DURHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Sectiosi 58.—Catties-; DUKHAMS.' Bull; any"age. Prize 203, P. I-L- Throsby. Gow, any age. Prize 20s, Miller Bros.; Thomas Wil liams, commended. DBVONS. Ball, any age. Prize 20s, John Lackey, Moss Yale. Cow, any age. Prize 20s, G. Sewell, Moss Vale. . OATTLli FOB DAIUY PURPOSES. Bull, any age. First prize £2 10s, James Faulks, Yarrunga ; second 30s, John T. Hayter, Burra wang';: third 20s, Robert Fyfe, Sutton Forest. Bull, 2 years and under 3. One exhibit, but not worthy of a prize ' Bull, 1-year and under 2. First prize 30s, Thomas Williams, Sutton. Forest ; second 20s, H. Fredericks, Kiamathird. 10s, 1"). Bresnahan, Burruwang. Calf; under 12 months. First prize 20s, Thos Wil liams ; second 10s, B. Moses. Milking Cow. First prize £2, T. Troy, Mittagong; second 30s, Thos. William's ; third 20s, R. Gay. J. H. Fredericks, highly commended. Dry Cow. First prize 30s, G. T. Riley ; second 20s, M. Brooker. Thos. Williams, highly com mended. Heifer, 2 years and under 3. First Prize £2, Robt...
The Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Tlie Exhibits. We will now briefly allude to the exhibits, and taking those outside the pavilion com mence with the horse section, in which there were 268 entries, exclusive of those entered for special prizes. Nearly all the classes were well filled, and the competition generally was as keen as it could be, giving, in many instances, the judges no small amount of difficulty in the exercise of their judicial powers. Mr. John Weir's Young Muir lad secured the blue ribbon for stal lion, colonial bred, 4 years and over. Bad gery Bros, took first and second prizes for entire colt, 1 year and under 2. In the blood section Or. T. Riley's An Revoir took i first prize for stallion over 4 years. There j were twelve entries of mares over 4 years, i the blue ribbon falling to Badgery Brothers for East Lynne. George Bradbury, of Pic ton, took first prize for coaching stallion, 3 years and over, colonial bred ; and James Wright, of Albion Park, for coaching mare. In the miscellaneous section the...
Section 17—Plain Needlework and Fancy Work. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Scction IT—Plaisi Needlework and ■ Faancy.'Woffk. Collection of Plain Needlework, made by children attending any public or private school in the Berrima district, or within five miles thereof. , First prize 20s, Anne Morgan, Barrengary ; sec ond 15s, Bundanoon school; third, 10s, .Maud Corrie, Colo Vale ; fourth 5s, E. Morgan Bar ren garry. Collection of Needlework made in the district, 20s, 15s, and 10s ; Miss Ada J. Viles, Moss Vale, 1; Miss Carrie Johnston, Burrawang, 2; Miss N.. Taylor, Moss Vale, 3 Collection of Needlework, not; fewer than 4 articles; to be made in the schools of the'Berrima dis trict,-or within five miles thereof, during school hours, and kept in the school, by girls under 16 years of age to be completed within 6 months before show. Prize £1, Miss Elizabeth Slatter, Bundanoon. .Collection of Fancy Work, made by children attend ing any public or private school in the Berrima district, or within five miles thereof. First prize £1, Miss Clara Nicholas, Bundanoon ...
Section 13—Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section-' 13—Flowers. Table Bouquet, first prize 20sj N. H. Thro'sby'; second 10s, Henry "Smith Hand .Bouquet, 15s and 7s 6d;' Henry Smith- 1;,. ■Henry ■ Pember 2 G Dahlias, 5s and 2s 6d ; Henry Pember,' highly commended G Fuschias, 10s and 5s ;• Mrs. Bingraann I Collection Gut Fuschias, 5's and-2s'6d M Smi'tlr 1" Collection 4 Roses, 7s 6d and 5s ; H. J. Pember 1 2 Climbing Plants in pots;-5s and 2s Gd ; Mrs. Bing inan 1 , Pot Musk, 5s and 2s Gd ; Mrs; Bingniann'1' :
Section 12—Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Sec'iion IS—Vegetables; Collection of Vegetables, not fewer than twelve vane-' ties—C. Bauer, Kangaloon, 1 •; Ai -E. - Mason, ■ ; Burrawang, 2 ■■■;' Collection Potatoes,' 51b in 'cacli ■ variety—M. Seery, • Burrawang,.1 ; Potatoes, ^-cwt—W. M'Keii'zie, • Wild's-Meadow, 1; M. Seery, Burra\Vang, 2 , Early Potatoes, |-cwt—M; Seery, Burrawang,. 1 Market Potatoes, owt—of either Scotch Greys, • Brownell'a,' Beauties, or Denvents. First prize, £2,; W'. McKenzie, Wild's Meadow ; second,',£1 • W. Bell; Yamiiiga ; third 10s, M. Seery,; Btir •• rarawaiig Two Large'Cabbages—first prize 7s 6d, J. A. . Bad gery, Sutton Forest ; second 5a, W. McKenzie', WildV'Mcadow Two Small Cabbages, for table-use—first prize 7s.Gd, Jos. 'Pearson, Kangaloon ; ; second 5s, 0. Bauer, Kangaloon Dozen. Spanish Onions—first ijrize 7s 6d, C. Bauer, Kangaloon ;'second 5s. M. Seery Burrawang . Dozen PotatJ Onions—first, prize 7s Gd, C. Bauer, Kangaloonsecond 5s, M;--Seery, Burrawang' 'Half-dozen Whi'tfe Turnips—none wor...
Section 15—Agricultural & Dairy Farm Implements & Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section 15—AgriciiIifcJirjil & BsmyJFwm IlMplciiiCJits ■'& MiieMaacryv 'Iron Plough, 20s and 10s ; "Wm. Ritcliic, Granville, 1; Hudson Bros., Redfern, 2 , Churn, 20s and 10s ; Jas. Bleakley 1; only entry , Collection Farming Implements, 10s and 5s; Hud i son Bros., 1; J. Martin and. Go., Sydney, 2 I only entries
Section. 14—Vehicles. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section. 14—Velaicies. i Sociable Buggy, 40s and 20s ; F. Wylie, Bowral, 1 i ' only entry' .&lt; Double-Seated Sociable Energy, 40s and 20s ; F Wylie 1; no second given Single-soated Buggy, 40s- and 20s; A. Durrell, Moss ' Vale, 1; no second given Spring Gavt, 20s' and 10s ; J. McCleery,.Moss Yale,: i ' 1; F. Wylie 2 ; only exhibits
Section 9—Grasses. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Scctlon ^—(Grasses. Perennial Eye-grass Seed, 201b—first' 20s, John T. Hayter, Burrav/ang; second 10s, John. Fitz gerald, Burrawang Prairie Grass Seed, 201b—first 10s, Joseph Pearson, Kangaloon second 5s, M. Seery, Burrawanp ; only entries , r" Cocksfoot Grass Seed, 101b—first-10s, W. F. Bren ning, Kangaloon ; second 5s, Jdan.T. Hayter, ' Burrawang; only entries Collection of Grasses, 51b of each—special £lrP. L. C. Shepherd and Son '
Section 8—Grain. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Secfioii' 8— C5i*aS3i»' • Wheat, 1 busliel—first 20s, Joseph Pearson, ICa'nga loon second 10s, Jolin Piggott, Bowral - White Oats, side-bearing, 1 bushel—first 10s, George Me Anally, Yarrunga ;• second. 10s, M. Seery, ■ Burrawang Potato Oats,; 1 bushel—first 10s;, G. SIcAnally, Yorv runga ; second 7s Cd, G. Rudge, Bowral Malting Barley, 1 bushel—first 10s, T.. Seery, Bur ■ raw ang ; second 5s, M. Seery, Burrawang Cape. Barley, 1 bushel—first 10s, J. Pearson,. Kan galoon; second 5s, A. Menzie junior,. West ' Kangaloon Bye, 1 busliel:—first 10s, J-. T. Hayter, Burrawang; second 5s, J. Pearson,: Kangaloon ■ Field Peas, 1 bushel, first 10s, J. Piggott, Bowral; second 5s, Mv Seery, Burrawang . Collection Garden Peas, not, less than 1 quart of each kind, prize 10s, J. Piggott, Bowral,. only 1 entry
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Bowral Cash Tailoring Establishment. T. WILLIAMS, Tailor, &c, /— 0 . . . ^ X A nn ^TTTO Some people can do all their own work,-but T. WILLIAMS I A M f B\ ±\_ I - j n In the Tailor HAS TO EMPLOY HANDS. ■ . 0 The question is asked—" How is it that T.W. does such a trade ?" The answer ia simply this—" The Material he keeps.is good, the Workmanship first-class, the Fit perfect, and the .Price unequalled. * ALL CLOTHES THAT LEAVE HERE ARE MADE ON THE 'PREMISES. ■' ■ ' ■ ' ■ 507 STUDY ECONOMY. rpRY the Bowral Boot Mart for GOOD Wearing jL BOOTS. 20 per cent. SAVED by purchasing at W. G. MOORE'S BOOT MART, next ;Royal Hotel, Bowral. 514 BOWRAL—FOR SALE, BW BRICK COTTAGE, 6 rooms, with Veran dah round, hall, washhouse, and bath-room ; water laid on. 6 acres LAND; 'Fruit-trees. 1:} ■mile from station, fronting Merrigang-road. Also WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE detached. In quire of J. G. MORRIS, Bowral, .or J. HODGSON ion the premises. 503 BRICKS, FOR SALE, T?OR SALE good, hard-burnt BRICKS i...
Section 11—Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section 11— Fruits*' Grapes, first 10s, R. Racher, Sutton Forest;' sccoiid ■ 5s, C. Bauer, Kangaloon Dozen Quinces, first 7b 6d, Bartlett Bros!, Wilds Meadow:; second 5s, C. Boland Dozen Table Apples, first 10s, J. Garbutt, Moss Yale; second 7s 6d, R. Racher Sutton Forest; Dozen Baking Apples W. F.' Brenning, Ivangaloon ; second 7s Gd, T. P. Galbraith, Berrirua. - A Os borne Moss Vale higlil.y oonmiended Dozen Table Pears,C. L. Nicholson', * Sutton Forest, 1 ; G. Banef, Ivangaloon, 2. Doz&n Baking Pears, Jos. Pearson, Kangaloon, 1; ' G. Bauer, Kangaloon 2 Dozei'i Peaches, D.' McLean,Bundanoori 1; G. Bauer, Kangaloon 2 Dozen Plums, W. F. Brenning, Kangaloon,11; J. T. • Hayler Burrawung, 2 . , . Dozen Stalk"Rhubarb,' Heiiiy'Gradyi.Badgery's Sid-' ing,'l ' ... ' ■ Water Melon, &lt;Tas. 'Larkin, Sutton Forest, 1 Preserving Melon, Jas. Larkin, Sutton Forest, 1: . Collection of Fruits, first prize 20s, Gk 1\ Riley, Mit-: tiigong :'-second 10s, G. Bauer Kangaloon "
Section 10—Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
Section 10—©airy Produce.'. Butter, cask of 501b fit for export to colonial mar ket—first ,-£3, D. Bresnahan, Burrawang; second £2, J. B.I Miller, Wild's Meadow; third £1, James.Graham, Burrawang Fresh Butter, 51b for table use—first 20s, EL Smith,. West Kangaloon ; second 15s, R. Gay, Robert son ; third 10s, A. Menzies, Bov/ral Butter, 51b -without salt—first 20s, Jas. Bleakley, Bundanoon ; second 15s, R. Gay ; highly com mended, F. Little, Sutton Forest Cheese, N. H. Throsby, Moss Vale, secured both prizes^ 20s and 15s ■ Dried.Ham,' James Baxter, Burrawang, both prizes, , 20s and 10s Flitch Bacon, James Baxter both.prizes^ 20a arid'10s ' , Hon Eggs, prize oS, G. P. Gilbert, Moss Vale Heaviest 3 dozen Hen Eggs, (special prize of 10s by J. A. Badgery)—G. P. Gilbert, Moss Valfe'
WEST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 25 March 1885
WEST KANGALOON Our "Mutual" is still alive, and, thanks to Mr. &nbsp; Larcombe and other members, is in a very thriving condition. We have arranged for a grand day on Good Friday. There is to be a public luncheon at midday, together with sports of various kinds. We hope it will he fine on that day. At the same time, the weather has been very dry for a long time, and a few days' rain would be a great blessing. There is an increasing scarcity of water, and the grass will need a lot of rain before the cold weather sets in. For sonle nights we have had heavy fogs and sharp lightning and thunder, with very little rain. There are now prospects of more, and I hope it will rain heavily for a day or two. March 21.