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Picton and Camden Agricultural Society's Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Picton and Camden Agricultural Society's Exhibition. The annual Show of tho above, sooioty opened at Picton last Thursday weak and closed on Saturday. The weather 011 the first day was fino and tho attondance num bered probably one thousand. O11 Friday tho rain, which fell at intervals all day, in terfered greatly with tho attendance, and comparatively few visitors woro prosont Tho last day saw a larger attendanco, tho weather being liner. Soveral prizes wore awarded to exhibits from this ond of tho district. The speoial prize offered by tho soeioty for trotting mare or horse iu harness, to perform a time trial of one milo, was, after a good contest, in which five took part, won by Mr. T. Graham, of Moss Vale, wil.li Darby, a four,year-old chosnnt, which did tho distance in 8 minutes 2&lt;i seconds, about one minute quicker than the best of the others, in the class. In the class for the best trotting horse in saddle, Mr. T. Gra ham's horse did the mile in 8 minutes .5 second...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. ANNUAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
BOWItAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Annual Election. On Saturday last, pursuant to advertise- ' raent, the annual election of thirteen mem- 1 bers for tho above committee took place. Twenty-six nominations had been received nt tho Free Press ollice up to Friday evening. This list was published the following morn ing, and ballot-papers printed. Tho scru tineers were Messrs. Loscby.Oxley, Osborne, and W. Beer, who waited upon tlio public during tho time of voting. A ballot-box had been made for tho occasion, one side of which was glass, so that everything was conducted fair and square. Voting began at 12 o'clock noon, and closed at 5 p.m. From the fact that 57 votes were recorded, it will be conceded that a fair amount of in terest was taken in tho election. Wo should coneciully remark that a fow of tho voters belonged to the fair sex, and we hope to see more of this class of voters tako an interest in the future elections of tho Bowral Vigil ance Committee. Before the voting commoneed, one ...
REGULAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Regular Meeting. The new committee lield its first meeting .011 Tuesday evening. Present—Messrs. Wright, Grove, Oxley, Bridge, George, D. Ellsmoro, Charter, Loseby, "W. Beer, and Osborne (secretary). Mr. Wright was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last special meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary also read an outline of the annual election. A statement of accounts was presented by the secretary, which showed that nearly £2 was wanted to. meet expenses up to date. A letter of apology for nou-attendanco was read from Mr. J. G. Morris. The following officers were then elected for the ensuing twelve months:—President, Mr. J. G. Morris (proposed by Messrs. Ox ley and W. Beer); vice-president, Mr. J. Loseby (proposed by Messrs. Grove and Charker); secretary, Mr. W. J. Osborne (proposed by Messrs. Bridge and W. Beer). Wo may state that for each office other gentlemen wcro nominated, but declined in favour of those elected. The president and secretary were thus re-elected. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Public Opinion.—On almost everything created by naturo or manufactured by the skill ol man thore is a adversity of opinion. Sometimes tho contrasts are so manifest and striking as to lead one to tbo conclusion that the mind of one of the two ob corvers mii3t be a little out of order. On the worlta of great poets, architects, historians, novelists, and octors these contrasts of opinion are most frequent; but no two opinions have as yot been oxpresscd on the excellence of workmanship and beauty of iinisli Mr. A. Hitter, painter, grnincr, and decorator of Moss Vale, always introduces into the work entrusted to his management.—Advt.
Wesleyan Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Weslcyan Foreign Missions. As will be seen by advertisment elsewhere the Rev. Dr. Kelynaclt will preach at Kang aloon to-morrow morniug, and at Bowral in the evening. This (Saturday) evening Dr. Kelynack will address the annual missionary meeting ntKangaloon; and on Monday even ing next he will talco part in the missionary meeting to be held in the Wesleyan Church, Bowral.
Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER XIII (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Harold Netherly; on, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER xm (CONTINUED). Cbabby Lister, as it will be as well to still call him, was fearful of the possible treach ery, under the temptation of a considerable reward, of one person unavoidably cognisant of the coal-cart part of the affair; and ex tremely anxious therefore to reach the place where his father would leave him, and in another disguise, proceed alone. For that reason he rejoioed when the soowl ing sky broke into a fierce snowstorm, affording an excuse to the coal retailings of hurrying home for shelter. Forthwith plying the whip with great energy, Crabby quickly gained the high road of the open country, where, thanks to railways and the bitter weather, there could be nothing seen as far as the eye could reach before and behind, but the coal-oart, which, when about two miles beyond Ilfovd, drew up under the ' shelter of some trees, and Netherly pro ceeded to don his new disguise, that of a farmer of a humble, but respectable class, f...
Select Poetry. THE MASHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
THE MASIIER. What is a masher? Why, lie's a dasher, Without brains, or cash, or E'on common sense; A end of twenty, With pockets empty, Back—weak and lengthy, And check immense. His topper's glossy, His chin is mossy, His ways are saucy. His collar's tight; His stop, though lazy, Is free and easy, His hair is greasy, His figure slight. To hear him talking, To sec him walking, Or, rather stalking, Along the street, Tou'd swear all people, The church and steeplo. Folks great and little, Lay at his feet Besides, this creaturo, This freak of nature, Thinks lie'B a teacher Of things polite; That by him the lassos Are bewitched in masses, E'en at first sight* Of this ilk another, The masher's half-brother, With more sail than rudder. Struts up and down ; Clerk in some office, In dark deeds no novice, The city toff is Well known " on town." He's known for bragging, The " De'il's tale dragging," His tongue is wagging From dawn to dark, About wealth and station, His one rioh relation, And mu...
The Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
The .Land Bill, The vexed question whether the Legislative Council had a right to make their amend ments in the Land Bill was, says the S. M. JlcraU, the subject of discussion in the Legis lative Assembly during the whole of Thurs day's sitting. When' the order of .the .day that the house go into committee to consider the Council's amendments was read, Sir Henry Purkes moved an amondment tlio effect of which would bo that the bill bo laid aside. After a long debato tho preliminary motion for the omission of tho first part of the resolution* with a view to the insertion of the amendment.,was negatived by 57 to 17. Mr. A._ G Taylor then took tho point of order that the bill was improperly before them, being beyond tho order of leave, be yond the scope of the title, and was not cov ered by the message from the Crown. After some discussion the Speaker ruled against the objections raised.
Bowral Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Bowral Cricket Club.; A meeting of members of the above club was held ill the school of arts last Monday even ing, Mr. K. MoKenzie presiding. There was a gqod attendance, and twenty five new members were duly'elected. Correspondence from the secretaries of the Moss Vale and Granville Cricket Clubs was rend and re ceived. The challenge issued by the Lismore club for a match on the 9th November, was accepted, and the Gmuville challenge wiiss allowed to stand over for a while. The secretary was instructed to purchase a quantity of cricketing materials, not to ex ceed £7 in cost. A considerable amount of business of minor importance was dealt with during the evening, and the meeting adjourned for one month.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Eta.—If it be the request of the writers wo certainly have no objection whatever to refrain from pub lishing tho names of the authors of eltlier the Freo Press or Intelligence stories. Originality is the principal thing we desiro to oncourngc. The tales need nor necessarily be exactly twelve columns in length. Either a little shorter or a little longer will suit lis just as well. Contribu tions must roach us by tlio dnto advertised. Anmocs.—Wo have scarohed our files from the date the paper was established (in July 1883) but cannot find any mention of the Ella Cavrington Company performing in Bowral. Fcrhnps some of our readers can give us the dato on which this troupe performed here last year.
CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION. At tho Camplxilltown poltco court on Tuesday Inat, Sir HenryTurkon charged William Wubb, proprietor ■ and publisher of tlio Campbelltown Herald, with having published, on September 0, n criminal lilwl oouncriiing him. The case wan hoard by Messrs. J. T. (Joriifl mid P. W, Suitor, Ja. P. j nn.1 hchIh on tho h .-nob woi'e occupied by Mossi's. John Diivion mil John KidJ,- Jd.P., who, however, toolc no active part Hithepvbeoedmga. Mr. Wise, instruotod by Messrs. Gannon. unci M'L:iiii}!i!in, appi-an;;! for tho com plainant ; anil the defendant, who wiiBunroprononlo.l by counsel, simply pleaded not guilty, ami declinad lv erosH Maininn liny of tho witnesaas. ■Mr. AViso having oponod tho caso put In as ovi denco the Campbelltown IlmlJ of September (5, 388i, in which nppcarod tho following artiolo, pur linns of which ura casnplatnod of as libellous " After evading liia creditors for l!} months Sir Henry l'avboti has returned to Ilia oolony, and, at coiuuo, a fnw of bi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land and Insuranco Agont, ROBERTSON. 102 DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun bo consulted daily at Jilna, Quay's, Oannonbuiiy Cottaoe, MITTAGONO, 184 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL And Kishosene Taii, \Vllplc8(llO, , J, J, RTJANE, Stores, Nattai. J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Proporty Salesman, Insurance Agent, iSro., Ac., Opposito Railway Station, BOW11AL. RECEIPT BOOKS. ORDINARY Receipt Books mid RENT Rocoipt Books, each containing 100; on salo nt tlio Frco Press Book and Stationery Depot, Bowral. 9d, each. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estato, and Genoral Commission Agent, MOSS YALE, Agent for Victoria Firo Insuranco Company, JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Estuto Agent, All transactions in the abovo lino will, recoive the greatest care and attention Address— MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. FOR SALE* SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum, The best muV ohcapest in the district Lauded on Truaks ut Hill Top. Ji'or particulars apply to J. J. RUANJ5, Mittagong or Nattai. J. JACOBIE, Pra...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RAILWAY OVERBRIGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. RAILWAY OVERBBIGE. TO TUB EniTOU or Til 13 UOWIUIi I'KEB I'lucss, Sin,—-As it ia now likely that somo clmngos will soon tako pluco about llio station build-; inga, would it not, bo wo!! that tho pooplo should look at onco to tho lioodof nil over bridgo to Wast llowral? Tho traflic lo that sido of tho lino ih now very considerable. Such a bridge might easily bo erected near thooldsohool of arts, whoro thoro uro high banks. Such a bridgo would put an ond to tho hinclrauoo and danger of llio proBont gato oroasihg. AH that would bo necdod thoro would bo a foot-crossing for paason goi'B, Hoping this mattor will arrost pub lic attontion, I am, &c., • TIMELY OUTLOOK. Bowrnl, September 28.
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mails olose for all stations North at 0.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Robertson 8 pJ»., daily, (Sundays oxcepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails i.rrivo from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily.(Sundnys excopted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at 1.23 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Monoy Order Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, &o., only, from a to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays oxcepted.) Mails closo for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays oxcoptcd.) Government Savinga Bank opon from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m.
ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
St. ■Simon and St. .Tumi's, Bowiul, Divino Services will bo hold ovory .Sunday lit 7.45 n.m., 11 iv.m., niuVT.BO p.m. Holy Communion.—Fir-it Sumliiy in Iho monlh nt midday sorvieo; hdcoikI mill fourth Sundays at tlio oni ly sji viao; tliin! Sunduy ut tho cvoniiifj uorvico. Children's Service.—livovy Sunday nt ilirs Parsonngo ■at 11 a.m.; last Sumlny of mouth in the clmroh at 8.15 p.m. ' *
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 4 October 1884
Weslemn Uhureh. Services to-morrow, October 5 :— ■, i • Mitlagong, at 11, llcv, X. B. McMichnel ; n't T, Mr. i Inward Bowral, at] 1, Proachur; ftfc 7, Ttov. Dr. Kelynaek Knngnloon, at 11, Uov. Br. Kelynaek ltolierfcson, ftt 7, l!ev. 0. Olden Gnrrawnng (Oddfellows' Hull), at 2J, P>ov. Q. Olden liangaloon, Saturday (to-day), .at" 7.80,- l(ov. .Ur. Kol.vnattk . Bowrnl, next Monday, at 7.80, Hev. Br. Kolyuaok