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WAR DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
WAR DEFINE]). (By Dr. Charming.) Public war is' not an evil which stands alone, or has nothing in common with other evils. It belongs to a great family. It imay be said that society, through its whole extent, is deformed by war. Even in fami lies we see jarring interests and passions, invasions' of right,, resistance of authority, violence of force ; and in common life how continually do we see men struggling with one another for property of distinction—in juring one' another in word or deed— exasperated against one another b$ jealousies, neglects, and mutual reproach ! ; All this is essentially war, but war re strained, . heni'ined ' in, disarmed, by the opinions- and institutions of society. To limit its ravages, to guard reputation, pro perty and life, society has instituted govern .'.merit, erected the tribunal of justice, clothed 1 the legislature with the power of enacting equal laws;, put the sword in the hands of the magistrate,' and pledged its whole force to its support. :...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Bates' for conveyance of cattle (at per track) t* ' Homebush nre as follows :—From Croulburn, £4 4s ; - Mariilcn, £3 10s del; Moss Vale, £2 J 2s; JBowral, £2 Sa ; Miiitngoug, £2 Oa ;>Picfcon, £1 10s. '.Bales lor conveyance of feheep (at per truck) to Honiebush are as follows :—Prom Goulburn, £li ltte Id ; Marulan, £3 5s 7(1; Mosh Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, - £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 (js.i'-I'icton, £1 10s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
WANTED an APPRENTICE to the Dressmak ing.,, Apply to MISS GIBBONS, Bong Bong street, Bowral. 656 TTTANTED, 2 Good AXEMEN. None but good IV hands need apply. Good Wages. JAMES M'GOVERN, Bowral. 642 LOST, an Italian Greyhound fsom Burradoo last Monday Morning. Answers to Jim. Reward on returning to Station Master, Bowral. 647 STUDY ECONOMY. TRY the T3owral Boot Mart !for 'Good Wearing BOOTS. 20 per cent, saved by purchasingat W. G. MOORE'S Boot .Mart, mext .Royal Hotel, Bowral. -514 10s. Reward. LOST or STOLEN, on Thursday Night or Friday Morning, one Light Fawn Greyhound Bitch •PUPPY, answering to the name of " Daphne." >E. M. WIGKHAM, Bowial. 657 FOR PRIVATE SALE, AN ALLOTMENT of LAND with COft. frontage to Bong Bong-street, Bowral, opposite the goods-shed. Excellent ^business situation. D. L. BEER, Free Press Office. EASTER ^HOLIDAYS. MY Stores will be CLOSED from Thursday Night at 10 p.m., April 2, till Tuesday Morn ning, April 7. Goods delivered up to 10 o'clock on Thursday ni...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
CONDENSED ITEMS. Government scored! a win. Germany contains'63,337 operatives incapacitatecf from work. Rome is Baiil to be the most expensive city to live1 in in all Europe. The propbrtion of insanie to the population in Eng-* land is one in 348; Baron Nordjenskold'sexpedition to the South Pole will cost £200,000. No coloured' men or boys will in future be enlisted in the British navy. It annually costs the 35,000,000 people' in Eng land £880,000,000 to live. The English General Post-office has; a revenue of . nearly three millions a year. On 23rd January a conjurer in London died-' • through swallowing a sword. A newspaper printed entirely by electricity has' been brought out in New York. Mr. C. G. Schild, Footscray, has grown an apple' measuring 14in. in: circumference. Two hundred thousand pounds have been invested in tobacco growing in New Zealand. There are 23,339 newspapers in the world, of' which 13,388 are printed in English. Foreign tourists in Switzerland yield a yearly r...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
RAILWAY- TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS'1'ROM SYDNEY TO TITIS COUNTRY. Mail Train leaves Sydney daily, Sundaysexceptod,' at 8 p.m.; Mittago'ng, daily, -Mondays excepted, at. , 12.30 a.m.; Bowral, 12.38 ; and Moss Yale, 12.50. ' Passenger Tiuin leaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex-' 'cepted, at 0 a.m.; Mittafiong. i.25 p.m.; Bowral, - 1.85 ; Moss Tale, 1.17. UP TRAINS MOSI 'J'1133 COUNTRY TO SYDNIOV. Majt, Train leaves Goulhivm daily at 1.10 a.m. Moss Vale, 2.55; .Bowral, 3.7; Mittagong, 3.25 ; arrives'1 in Sydney at 6.40. PABOENGisit train leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays excepted, at 11'a.m. ; Moss Vale, 12.50 p.m.; Bow val, 3..12; -Mittagong, 1.45; arrives in Sydney-afc 5.20.' A-passongortrain • lnaves Moss Vale every morn-' ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.15 ; Bowral. at 7.30; ar rive?. in Sydney at 11.80; returns [rom Sydney every.. evening, Sundays exccptid, al; 5.8, reaching Bowral at !).18-and Moss Vale at 9AO. , The tourist train leaven Sydney evoryv'' SaluictttJir':. at 8.80 a.m., avuVamves ...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mails close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m.,'daily (Saturdays excepted.) : For Kangaloon and Eobertson 2 p.m.-, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Jiowral from Kangaloon and ilobertson at' noon, daily,' (Sundays excepted.) . Mails arrive from all stations South' at 3.5' a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North , at a.m. (Mondays excepted.) From Sydney;: Parnimatta, and all stations West at11.35 'p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office closes at 6'plnv. Post 0dice hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.yand on "' Sundays, for delivery of letters, etc.,- only, from 9 to 10 a.m. • ■ Telegraph Office* hours from -9 a.m."to 8 ;p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails closo for all stations south at, 9.30 p.m.,; Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6' p.m.
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMAPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
COMMERCIAL. ' -South ©oast ..and West Camden Co-orbiutxve Company, Limited. Butter, 1st, per lb., 15& ,, 2nd, 12d to 14d Bacon, best Merimbula hand cured, lid to 12d „ best, machine cured, 8d to ,9d „ -heavy and >rougli, 5d to 7d Slams, best Merimbula, 'hand cured, lid ,to 133 „ machine cured, 9d to lOd Lard, .(id to.Sd ' 'Cheese 1st, per lb., 5d to *6d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to 4d .Pigs, alive, per lb, 3d to 4d ^Calves, .each, 15s Od to 40s Od Hides, per lb, 3d ■CaU alcins, •each, Is 6d Tallow, per ton, £26 10s to £27 10s Maine, per .bushel, 3s'0d to 3s 3d Hay,.oaten,per ton, £'5 10s to £6 10s lucerne, do., £4 10s to £5,10s 0d Pota-ioes, do., £3 Os -to £3 15s Od per pair, 3s 3d to 3s .9d Dudks, do, 3s Gd .to 4s Od ■■Geese, do,'7s Od to 8s Od 'Turkeys, do,,7s Od to 13s Od • .3£ggs, per doz., Is ,9d .to Is lOd. March 2(5, 1885.
JUDGING AT THE SHOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
JUDGING AT THE SHOW. TO THE EDITOR • OF THE BOWRAIi FREE: PRESS. .'Sib,—You will kindly ;permit me a space in your paper for the following, although I know it is not . right to comment upon a letter published.in another .paper. In the Scrutineer to-day I notice a letter ?signed by R. Viles complaining against the judging ; at the late show, and accusing some of the judges of tossing a coin, thus deciding the prizes. Now, if this be false, I hope the judges will deny it, and. bring substantial proof to disprove it. But if not, surely disgrace will rest upon the accused, and bring dis grace upon the society. I, myself, cannot say I was ;p'eased with the judges'decisions in some seitions, whether it is from party motives or for the sake of the paltry prize I am not supposed to know. If these little games are allowed to .be carried on the society will not be the.society spoken of in Wednes day's issue of your paper;; for exhibitors, in not get ting fair play, will discontinue exhibiting...
Wesley an Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
Wesley an Church. Services to-morrow, March 29 :— Mittagong, at 11, Eev. T. R. McMichael; at 2.30, Rev. J. S. Austin ; at 7, Rev. C. Olden Bowral, at 11, Rev. J. S. Austin at 7, Rev, T. R. McMichael Kangaloon, at 11 and 7, Mr. Morris Robertson, at 2.30, Mr. White Moss Vale (Oddfellows' Hall), at 3, Rev. C. Olden
NO FEAR OF CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
NO FEAR OF CHOLERA'. ;The" Family Herald' says -there is no fear ofr ■cholera' "raging" in England;- but, if it [should}-you1 may defy it if you simply so:' saturate' the' organism1'with fluid- that the'; .blood cannot get! thick; ' Copious drinkingis-' the best and simplest of'all preventives. The; fluid' taken1 should not be stimulating, or' .only very slightly so. The best thmg.>tb' drink is probably' weak tea witlr ardaftH* off lemon-juice miL- The quantity taken-should1! be large, so that the blood may be constantly-' washed, as it werie,,. through the kidneya:■> It3 is generally too;late to rely on-' this' treat ment when-cholera/lias once set in—though* it-he most: successful, treatment during' the' .epidemic of 1853''5i was by what/ may be' termed the "drenching " process. The point • .however is to-'resort-to this -aa a- measure of defence.■ It matter# little- taken.' ■Water 'would do but-itii-rdiffibalt'to secure1 ipuri'tyaud; by drinking* tea*-We. use boiled? ^ wate...
SIR HENRY PARKES AT CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
SIR: HENRI. I'ARKES AT OROOKWELl, J (From'tlie Southern Argus; Goulburn.)&lt; Sip.-Hfenry Parkes ■- addressed the electors at Crook well' on- Tuesday afternoon, and-refer red to-a> paragraph' in the - Evening:News; whioh'StatedHKait He had'been brought for ward'. by a society in Sydney- to contest this :electiori;- This '-lie-denied; He came for ward at the kistance of some of the most'in fluential' electors" of/Argyll He had been accused of-having- introduced- sectarianism into politicaLcontests, but his aim«would&lt;be to- treat electors of* every'shade of opinion alike. He referred- to-the candidature - of Mr.' Eanken; agentleni'&i?.; who would,., no doubt, have made a-good; represtative; He' only knew him as the co-author- with Mr. Morris of the report on the Landv Question, which led to the present Act,, andfto-'which act he was entirely opposed;.- With.-regard to Mr. Wallace, he believed him- to-be-a law yer with very little employment in&lt;...
HINTS TO BUYERS OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
Jlli'-TS tO BCIERS Oi1' BOliSKi! ii: HOJts£, when trotted for the1 purpose' of r detecting lameness,> slkmM be ran up and back as slowly as possible. He should not : be ridden or driven,- but he' should be led by tlia halteiv while the man' who leads him; should leave the head free ; that is hold the halfcer-strap at least two feet off from the halter. No whipping or scaling the horse should be allowed. The reason for letting the horse trot only slowly is, that if he is but slightly lame, he will be more likely to show it then. When the horse is turned round to. be trotted back, he should be car^ fully watched ; for if he has any affection in' (he shoulders, or the feet,, be will, in all pro : bability, show a greater ot less inability to I turn properly'. The same' will be the case if he has any affection of the loins, or so-called | chinck-back. If lie has1 spavins, or is only slightly lame, he will also when turned rouud abrubtly, first to one side and then to ; the other, mor...
THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONTINGENT TO THE SOUDAN. THE VOTE PASSED. 64 to 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
THE NEW SOUTH WALES - CONTINGENT*1 &lt; TO THE SOUDAN.^ The -Vote Passed. 64 to 23. Referring to the vote'recorded by the Asssnibly ori1 Tuesday night, the S. M. Herald states:—" The real issue, therefore, was, "Had the Government acted upon a true estimate of the permanent interests of the country ?" It would, have been more satisfac tory had the answer been given without a divison ; but when we consider that the question was an swered in the affirmative by a majority of 64 to 28, that with only one exception the minority were Op position members, and yet that the majority in cluded the leader and some members of the Opposi tion, the vote was significant enough for all practical purposes."
NOT QUITE READY FOR HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
NOT QUITE READY FOR HEAVEN. I had quite an interesting experience' with old-Mrs. Norton; once.' She married Mr. ' Norton on the' death of his- first Wife,.- and ' the moment she' came into- the house war • began between' the new wife and tlie: wealthy : man's son-,- which has lasted until now. Mr. ;]Nofton' ao'oa d'i'edy aind when, years after ' war'ds- tk©' vrid'oW was very ill,. I was called | to writs' hes? will1.- I hurried to the' ; dlealth'bed' _ with' paper and pen. I found a ; stiairid and' candle ^ placed' then* at tlie head I of the' bed,- a'nd,- affcel?' saiyitrg a' few1 words, • told her' I was Seftrdy to: prepare the' will if ' she' would now go' and tell irate1 what she : wanted to' do'. I wrote the introductory phrase1 raipidly, and leaning' over towards'li;er,> said,- " Now 1 go on, Mrs. Norton." Her voice was faint, she seemed to' speak with an effort. She said,- " First of all' I want to' give the farm to my sons Harry and ' James just put that down.'"... " But,...
WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
W 0 11 K, Bo ilot lay out for yourself forany day,' or1' \veek, or month, more than you'.can' accom-' plish. D&lt;> what you purpose, or' ascertain that it cannot be' done, and dismiss' itj-aiid'' turn to the next best thing, finishing as you' go. Take first iii; hand- the 'things • which should he done, and let those .which'may' be done come after. Th'erie are two opposite' precepts in the philosophy of common life' iwhich' dispute- for precedence. One is,. " Don't put off for to-morrow-what can be1 done to-day," and the"othfiiy "Don't do to day what can be delayed till to-morrow." To these contradictories'the same- direction' may be applied. • Having decided-upony our' day's work, if it is part of a continuous oc cupation, fix as definitely-as possible on a;: good place to stap, and, having ceased work, cease worry. Leave no loose ends, and', your day's work will furnish you' with a composing-draught better than poppy or' mandragora*. Complete-whatever' can1 be ' comple...
FATAL FIRE AT LOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
fltm fire at louth, . A rjisA'sTEbus^ fi;re took place afi- Louth last ; Sunday morning. The Louth Hotel, the . property of Tbos. A. Mathews, and occupied ; by John Buckley, who lately sub-let it to a party named Bridge,- was burnt down.' A child of Mr.' Thorns Marsh, aged four years, was burnt to death. Marsh, who was going across the country to Barringim on Sunday morning', left his three children with Bridge till his return,- but at the cry of fire he went ; to'assist in throwing over a wooden building to stop the spread of the fire to an adjoin ing row of bedrooms, and was- horrified to find that his-daughter was burnt to a cinder. His other two children and a man were dragged through a window just in time to save them' from meeting a similar fate. The building which was burned was built some twenty-one years ago.
RECEPTION OF THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA AT DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 28 March 1885
.RECEPTION OF THE BISHOP Of1 RIVER IM AT DENILIQUIN. A large congregation assembled on Friday night, March 20,• at St. Paul's Church to welcome the Primate and the Bishop of Riverina. The records and acts relating to the formation of the new diocese and the consecration of the Bishop were read, and the Primate formally announced and' wel comed the new Bishop. The installation services were then proceeded with. Th'e prayers were read by the Eev. Mr. Harvey, the first lesson by Archdeacon Pownall, and the second lesson by the Rev. Mr. Arm strong. The Primate preached from Ephe sians, and delivered a most earnest and impressive address. On Saturday the for mal reception was held at the Town Hall, when addresses were presented to the Pri mate by Mr. Forrester on behalf of the par ishioners ; to the Bishop of Riverina, on be half of the clergymen, parishioners, and the churchwardens ; and also an address by the children attending the Sunday-school,- to which appropriate responses were ma...