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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. Coursing in the Berrima district does not appear to have'proved so universal an at traction as was expected when the sport was first introduced into our midst; and certainly the promoters of the local club cnn hardly feel satisfied at the somewliat moagro numbers that have invariably attended their meetingsat Eridge Park. As to the merits ox demerits of coursing as.a means of amuse ment ; or on the question of cruelty de clared by a majority of the Moss Yale Debat- : ing Society to bo so closoly associated with the sport, I do not wish to raise a controver soy whon I say that I fail to soo why cours ers and coursing should be so roughly hand led and denounced as tlioy unquestionably are. To mo it appears to me m-.iro usoless than cruel; and it seems that the sole in test in coursing itself is c#*finod to the owners of contesting dogs and their imme diate friends. Let mo ask is there any moro cruelty in a hare being deprived of its existence on a plumpton ground tlmni...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. Sorvicoa to-morrow, Soptombor 28 Bong Hong, nt 11 Mosb Valo, lit 11 nml 7 Mount AtihUy, »vt !t Sutton Forest, nt 3

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TO THE PUBLIC OF BOWRAL. PER FAVOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

' ^—wn—m TO 'XIIK PUBLIC OF BQWBAL. . l'EU FAVOR OF TUB UOWKAU FUF.IJ 1>IU!S8. Unmaiuiii!!) ladios, widows, and gonUoinon of JJowntl mid ittt environs—Permit mo through the medium of your local and much respected journal to lminbly address a fow words to yon. 0 that 1 woro au orator, tlio platform would then not hold mo 1 Would that my thoughts could How like tlio silvery Stream wo read of in novels—then six col umns of t lio 13o\ym! Froo Press would not contain all my lucubrations. O that lilto tlio condensod rays of tho poworful sun I could oivubo ?ny thoughts to emanate from niy feoblo bruin (ind buyu through and through tlio jnitids of iny readors unt'4 ovory • pnrticlo of animosity and joalousy were scutr Lc'vcd to tlio wind-r— plirivellod up—reduced to vivpour. Follow citizons, wp aro oil tlio cvo of a momentous cvpnt, A glorious day l's dawning upon us, tlio brilliancy of which pJroady dazzles our Iiuniuai'iosr— tlio ollfoot of whicli assuredly makes ono falter—stag: ger. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

w. & D. L. BEER, 1 Newspaper Proprietors, General ' f Printers, Stationers, &c., &C., BONO BONG-STREET, BOW11AL. OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND:— Ruled Noto rajiovs Plain ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign ditto : Fancy ditto, colorod nnd goltorod odgca Mourning JSroto Papers nud Envolopoa Foolscap, plain nnd ruled ■ ■> Lnroche's best Nolo Vapor nnd Envelopes-. Gltisuio ditto ditto. Original llopp ditto ditto Chroinntio Tinted Hepped Noto nnd Eyolopeiik, ; assorted, 1b. 10ci. por bo\ - ■ Tlio Royal Pnpertcrio, assorted tints, wiclcct Xiattoru, noto and envelopes, a. Uand> some article, lis. !)d. pur box; Tlio BuoIiohs Box ot Stationery, la., Ctl.. - 'l'ho Untidy Sorios Box of Stationery, plains ami ilornl, lb. and Lis. (id.. 'i'ho Colonists' Tinted Box ot Stationory, In., Tlio "Wonderful Box ot Stationery, <jJ. Envelopes, nil si/ou nnd qualities, ; : Playing Cardq, Od., (Id., nnd Is. per packo^ Ink Erasers Lend nud Beat Drawing 1'oneijB, Pocket Compani...

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Railway Policy of the Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

Railway Policy of the Government. Tun railway polioy of tlio government was OeolnrcOli oji 'Wortuemlay niRlit. Tlio riulwnv proposals will ■ involve a loftivostiniivto of .CM.(i 18,000.. Tlio follow ing linns ni'o proponed :—Tim Oity tixtonsion; to re scind part of the lino I'nvlcoH via Jlolony, and anlisti tntol'avkoa, via Ciulftl, from Uiironoro; Perth to, ltook'.oy: Jluilyeo to AVulgett, via (Joonniublo ; CI Ion Iminn to Invovoll ; GvufUm to Tweod Ttivcr via Cas-1 ino; Nnvmln'i to Morco: Porlios to Wilonnia; Nyn-. Kiin (o Collar; TCiania to.JorviH Bay; Uorh to JMcn : Wa^gti to Tumborniiiliiv; Oonlhnni lo Croolnvoll ;■ 'L'ontoilleld to Qiiornnlniui Htmlor ; Oiilcaim to Cor owa; Miifiwolllirool; to Cuswilin ; TaratfO to Biaid woo 1; Orimjjo to l'orbos; Bowal to Jlobcrlsoii, <iost,. £120,<100Galoug lo Burrowa; Uuiuluyui to Tumut^ via Atldung.

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A RAT-KILLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

I A -RAT-KILLER. t ■■■■■■■■■.■■■ " Hmiry," a half-bred English bull-dog, is the olminpion rattor of Amorica. His suc cess in killing 100 rat& in 10m. 18s. attrac ted attention, but tbo record was disbelieved. A mntob resulted—a wager of £100 boiug made that Harry wouldn't kill 100 rats in 15m.' The dog won t killing all his rats in 9m. 8s., the fastest on record.

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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT, Wednesday, September 24.. BEi<'or.i5 Mr. P.. R. Wilshire, P.M.,' and R., P. Richardson. and Of. Tate,; Jo P. Ephraim Etargraves, for disobeying a summons, was let off on payment of the coat of wan-ant, 2s. Cd. The Burao defendant was thou charged with noglecting to. send thrue childrou to school the rciquirod number of days during . the half year ending 80th J.iuie lfist. Evi dence for the prosocution was taken last "VVednesduy. Defendant stated that the children were detained ut homo oa account of ill health and wot weather. ; The bench inflicted a line of 2s, 0,d. in each case, £1 two witnesses' expenses, and 2s. Gd. costs of court. Lavceny at Bowral.—Patriolc Dillon was charged with the larceny of ten b.ottles of •porter tho property of Michaol Rice of Bow ral,, ' • : Constable Quiun doposod: About five o,'clock yesterday afternoon prisoner was given into iny custody by Micheal Rice, proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, Bowral, who charged liim w...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Select Poetry. AFTER EDGAR ALLEN POE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

^clett |;)ocir,n. AFTER EDGAR ALIjHNt I'CE. Tlcnr the soft nootmnnl thrilling of tho out, Pim«v rat Ilniv ]mthpfio n\i 1 hi\ir;ve;iiUns{ and all that I . To what ilrcn lfnl melnm'tioly The nwakenu 1 it iloth doom, "Wlfiln u itH fcolitip:* fur from jolly Ho iloth onst with hceilless folly All tho footgear from tho room, Thvowini; bat, lint, mat, Thonsh he tlou't know what it's at, With thoso awful objurgations, " Sho away Scat 1 scat!" At the cat, oat, cat, cat, cat, cat, cat. At the plaintive and lamenting pussy cat.

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Bowral Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

Ilowral Crickct Club. A mkktino of mmubora of Iho ubovo club, was held in tho old siobool of nrtu building 011 Monday ovcmng last, Mr. K. MoKoiizio prowiiing. Oftleora fur tho ensuing (Mason wero oleotod ns follows:—1'iUron, Mr. II. M. Oxloy; prosidout, Mr. K. McKnnzio ; vico-prosidont nn<l Irnnsmcr, Mr. II. D. Morton ; Hoorotury, Mr. D. Ellsmoro; and commit,t,oo, Mossvb. A. Ellmnoro, T. Oomor, F. Grovo, and CK Fro.it, Othor minor bum noas was transaotod and tho mooting nil journod. Another mooting will bo bold noxt Monday cvoning at wliiob any iiorson \visU« i"!r to join tUo club >vill plcaso nUoud*

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THE OLD PRINTER'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

THE OLD PlUSTiili'fi )'i;AYER, God guard anil bloss .Tho Printing Press; Its mission grand Guide with Thy hand ; Its potent might Direct aright; Uutvnmmolloil, pure, Lot it endure; With hicth emprise Let it arise ' To teach mankind, To load tho blind; To c;ist aside Ignoblo pride; To conquer wrong However strong; To help tho weak, And dare to spealc, An with Tliy longno All powers among. Its labours Thine, Make them divine— With justico blent, Omnipotent. .liYom polo to pole, As ages roll, Let it diffuso (And scorn misuse) The living truth, And, in sooth, Its wona'ronH rays . Ultimo our ways, And wisdom, peace, Without sureeaso, Shall mind control,. And every soul, Enlightened, free, lloioiee in Thee. JSijcien'k H. Monday.

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NOTICE TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

NOTICE TO OUR READERS. Our serial tale " Harold Notlierly, or, the Gamoof Life,"will be concluded iu nuxt Sat urday's Free Press. In our issue of Octo-. ber 4tb we will oomraence the publication of a new story entitled"Romance and Reality, or, Sense and Sentiment," which, besides being considerably shorter than the tale just concluding, will be found to be of surpitKsiug interest. It is replete with thrilling adven tures ; the plot is smooth ana atrroeablo ; and the incidents farcf1'.healthy.and brilliantly ■ doscribed. Thurn wjli.be ateo commenced in the iirsfc inane of Iivollkrenuo, - to appear on Weclnendo*, S"-.1» Oct?>\>or,• 1 serial (ale entitled " Daisv L ili/iicr. <>r, for Love or Wealth," by a popular author whose wonderful, conception of human nature is exhibited from beginning to end in a marked degree. The story is of intense interest, and abounds with exciting situations and unexpected developments. Intending subscribers should forward their mimes to...

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Wesleyan Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

Wosloyan. Foreign Missions., Wis understand thatDr. IColynaek will nrrivoin How-, ral lioxt Stilurday, on (ho ovoninrj of whioh ditto ho will conduct Uio missionary moctiiiK at YVoat Kan^a-., luon, and will preaeh thpra. on the following■ (Suu% ' day) morning, and lit Bowral in I,ha ovuuinj;. Dr., Ivelynack will'ho prcsont at tho .'missionary moslhiH in tho Wosloyun Church, Bowral, on JlonJay even., ing, Gth Qptobor. Mr. J. A. Frondo, l.ho historian, leases.on.a visit; to Australia in Novoniber. Hstiniatod population of Queensland'in: 1891!,, 287,175; increaso upon previous year, 89,200. It has boon.dolinitelji announced that llio Imperial1 'Parliament mestn.for I ho autumn session on. tho liBrd Octolior. r Ono.milq.of railroad for every 57,(1'.I0 pooplo wns, limit in Australia lust year; in America, ono for. every 8,000. During, 1882 the number of admissions into llio, lunatic asylums in. Franco was of which 10,181. wqrq now ensea. Tho sum,spent in fonr. yearn for alcoholic drinks,...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES.. Bain at last.. .Twenty-six nominations.. FootuallIs out, and cricket is in. Bio land sale at Bundanoon to-day.. . Bowkal Yigilanco Committee election, to-day. : ■ . v Government propones to ''construct tho. Boberison railway from Bpwral., Picton Show opened last : Thursday.. Weather fine; good attendance.. < ■ Proceeds of the scliool of arts^.coucGrfi. last Saturday evening, nearly £10. £1.8 2s. Cd. laid on tho. foundation, stono. of the new school of arts last Saturday. Everyone should, read " Pro. I'atria's"1 letter in another pari of to-day's Free Press., A new tale of groat intoreslj will , bp com-, , meuced in tho Free. Press, next Saturday'. week. 1 .'■■■": A pine steady rain set in-during Thursday' night and continued up to tho time of our going to press. (i" Thermometer in thoshado, 'at noon oi\ Tuesday, 76'degreos; at noon on Thurs^ day', G5 degrees., ' Both Mi'. Morris and Mr. R. Mqffitt. advertise several important sales in another part of to-...

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Bowral Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

liowvnl Public School. Mi;. Tiuukktt, minisl.ur fovpubliu instruction,, ii.fl.or inspecting I ho public school buildings in Bownil last Sutudtiy, informed Uio depu tation appointed by tho Yi|;iliui«o Com* ivultco, that ho could not soo hia way clonr to Himotion tlio orootion of now buildings but that ho would promise to provide) addi tional accommodation..

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as advertise do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

Do as adtvrsarie* do in law, Strive mifffitily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1884. "Arter all, thero's a deal of human natur in man " says an American humorist. This same human nature contains a largo pro* portion of selfishness. To a certain degree this preponderating ingredient of our com mon humanity is not only natural but legit imate, useful, and commendable. People who do not first of all look out for number one are never nbla to do anything for num ber two. Bufcliko charity that onglit to be-, gin ftt home and then extend abroad, so self-interest, wliile it takes its centra in in dividuality, should thence radiato around mankind at large. Selfishness, however, when it studies no interests but its own, and ignores and tramples on the rights of others, is as unwarrantable as it is detestable. It is to this reprehensible extent that the solf interestcdness of many of our wool kings has been manifested in their wearisome ob struction of the Land Bill in ....

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NEW SCHOOL OF ARTS, BOWRAL. LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 27 September 1884

KEW SCHOOL OF ARTS, R0W1UL. " Laying of tub Foundation Stune. On Saturday afternoon lust the foundation stone of the Bowral school of arts was laid by the Hon. W. J. Tnukott, M.L.A., minister for public instruction. A great amount of public iutoroat was nmnifosted in the event, and tlio demonstration attend ing Ibo ceremony wan witnessed by abbut four hundred people. Fine weather pro vailed all day, and tomptcd many visitors from a distiuee to bo present. Preparatory arrangoinouts for nisi king the demonstration as successful us po»siblo were completed in ft somewhat hurriod manner; and 0110 or two alight hitches, which occurred during' the ooursd of the; day, would uo doubt have been avoided had the, managing or demonstration committee had moro time at their disposal in donliny with tho numerous lriattors attending the ceremony. Mr. Trickett arrivod at Bowral by the 1.3-5 p.m. train from Sydney, and was mot, at the railway station by Mr, McGonrt, M.L.A., and a number of members of ...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884

C OK! M E R C I A L. Soum Coast and West Camden Co-oi'eiutivh Company, Limited. Butter, 1st, per lb., X2fl to lud - i, 2nd, no demand Bacon, best Menmlmla hantl cured, 9d to lOd „ best, machine cure:!, 8d to i)d „ heavy and roujjh, oil to 7d Clams, best Mciinilmla, lmud cured, 1 OH to is ,, machine cured, 8d to 10d- . > '> Ijard, Gd to OJd . v -i Chcusc 1st, per lb., Gd to 8d ,, 2i)d and inferior, -Id to Gd Pigs, alive, per lb, 4Jd to 5.$d .Calves, each, 7s Od to -10s Od Hides, per 11), 3d r . Calf sicins, each, la Cd Tallow, per ton, £29 Oh to £32 10a Mtiizo, per bushol, ds 8d to-is lOd • Hay, oaton,per ton, XB 10b to .137 0s Od ,, lticorne, (lo., £3 10s to £5 0a Od ■ Potatocn, do., £7 0s to £8 On Od . Fowls, per pair, 5s Od to Gs 3d Ducks, do, 5s,G ( to Gs Od , Qoeae, do, 9s Od to 10s Od , . ; Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 22s Od Eggs, portion., lOd to lid : October 2, 1881. . ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884

W'AWJ'ED, a competent General SERVANT, ili a. J. G. !M orris, Bowral. 331 WANTED,' a; Good BOOTMAKER for Solo Work. Apply, W. Waite, Bowral. 305 WANTED nn APPRENTICE to the CoachbuiJd ing business. Good ohance tor a Bmart lad. Apply F. "VVvlio, Bowral. 833 "AfeTE PAPER, 6 lbs. for Is., office of this paper. COPIES of the Bowral Freo Pross may bo obtained at Mra. McGlynn's Store, WITTA GONG, and at Mr. J. Wado's, MOSS VALE. . Berrima Coal-raining Co., Limited. BEST Household Coals now selling at 83. Cd. per ton Truck, (id. per ton discount allowed on all accounts paid within sevon daya of account rendered. ItALPH BRIDGE, Agent, 252 Bowral. General Poat-Oflicc, Sydney, September 13,1881. LATE FEE on LETTERS POSTED IN MAIL VANS. OK and aftor the 1st October instant all IjET TiiltS posted iu the Mail Vans ou the Bailway Liii'js must bear a lata feo of twopence (to be prepaid in stomps), in addition to ordinary postage. 325 . JAMES NOUTON. ' J. L. CAMPBELL, TN rolurnins thanks to tho Inh...

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Dissolving Views. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884

Dissolving Views, In order to raise funds to enlarge the Wes leyan schoolroom, an entertainment was given in the old School of Arts, Bowral, 011 Tuesday evening last, attended by about 180 persons. The major portion of the evening was taken up with dissolving views, the lan tern and slides being kindly lent by Mr. Larcombe, of West Kangaloon, who also ar ranged them m the room. There were be tween 80 and 00 views of various descrip tions, all being very good, especially some of them (as the Eev. Mr. Olden remarked). Mr. Olden had something appropriate to say concerning most of the views. Some of the pictures were traced from designs by Mr. Larcombe himself; while Mr. J. J. Camp bell of Bowral also traced a of five pic tures illustrating the progress of intemper ance in a man, and Mr. Osborne sang fivo verses suitable to these particular scenes, both views and singing being much ap plauded. Besides the magic lantern, a recitation was given by Miss Campbell, and some half-dozen pieces...

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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884

Presbyterian Church. -Minister—Ite'v. John Evans, M.A. . SorvicoB to-morrow; Ootobor o.. Moss Valo, at 11 and 7 MiHagoiig, at 3

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