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RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
BELJGJOUB INSTRUCTION IN PUlT LIC SOnOOLS, To Tub'Editor of tub Bowral Fuee Press. Di'uu Sir,—Allow mo to thank you for,pub lishing my lust uommuuioution and to crave a little more wpane in yonr vahublajournal', in reply l.o Mr. -Pubonluiiri. In tho lirsfc pluce t ha fc go n 11 e m11 u sayh h a wou Id 1 i fce to If ik. w wh o said tht\t the concession of ono hour per diom wis luiploRS. Now I Ijog' lo refer liim to tho cohumiN of tho Qhuroh of JUmjland Ilecoril. As I have not. tho number by nie 1 am sorry : I cannot give the date, but. it is within th« last few months,' in either a leader or a mib ! loader. Next anpnt tlio Foi't-wtroot sehoo], Mr. Debonhftm says I refer to eighteen years ago. I do qol. I meant exactly what I staled. He nays also that for thfi last four yeara religions instruction bus been givou daily to 0. E. childron. If ho ban an oppoytunitv of inspecting the visitors' book ho will /hid that for the time I wautloiwfl the only signature there is of the lie v. R. Wil...
ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
St. Simon and St. ,Tui>b's, bowiub.. Divino Survico will bo. bold ovary Sunday ni 7.45 it.ut., II ii.m., mid 7.H0.p.m. ■Holy Communion.—First (Sunday in tl\o iiionth at midday service; second and fourth Sundnya at tlio early sorvico; third Sunday at tlia ovening sorvico. , ... Children's Service.—Every Sunday r.t the l'ovsonngo at 11 a.m.; last Sunday ol month in tlic uhurch at 3.15 p.m.- ; : ,
VIRTUES OF BLUE GUM LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
YIljtTUES OF JiLTJE GUM LEAVES. A farmer of our acquaintance (says the, Ihmdtityrg Star) speaks very confidently of' the good q.ualitios of the decocti.oa of bluo gnui leaves as a touioiu casoa. of. aiukncss. His wile lmd be&lt;jn for some time very sick, when a friend recommended him to give her tea brewed, from blue gum leaves Mien tho, effectupou tier wasalmost miraculous. Since, then, she has. not been ailing, flje has also experienced similar bonofits from, the remedy in cases of ail,iucufc to hiin:-elf. A corres pomlont to a .southern contemporary stales that ho is (iq-uainted with three persons who had boon thoroughly cured of rheumatism by sleeping on bods mado entirely of tlioso leaves. Those used wero of a round shape, growing on young plants, and nearest the. ground. It ifl well known th it a dozojv of these leavos made into a decoction of toa, g,re good for a cold or for inflamed eyes.,
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
COM M E RCI A L. Soqtii . Coast and West Camden Co-o^ehative Company, Liiutud. Butter, 1st, per lb., 9d to Is „ 2nd, no doirmnd Bacon, best MeriinUilu hand cured, 9fl to lOi „ beat, machine cured, 8d to 9d „ heavy nu&lt;l rou}?h, 5.) to 7d Hams, bent Morimlmla, hand curcd, lOd to la. „ machine cured, fid to XOd Lard, 5d to 7d Cheese 1st, per lb., Gd to 8d ' „ 2nd and inferior, 4d to Gd Pigs, alive, per lb, 4id to 5$d CalveH, each, 7s Od to -10d Od Hides, per lb, 3d ' Call HkiriH, each, Is 6d Tallow, per ton, £2!) Os to £32 Maize, per bushel, ds 7&lt;l to 4a 0:1 liny, oaten, per ton, £11 10-1 to £7 10s Oil „ lucerne, do., £!t 10k to £5 Os Oil Potatoes, do., £8 Os to £!) Os Od Fowls, per pair, 4b Od to 5s 0(1 Ducks, do, 5s Od to. (is Od fieese, do, 9s Od to 10k Od Tmiicye, do, !)s Od to 20s 0d- ' " EgHS, per doz., Is. October 9,1881,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
TIT ANTED, a compotont General SERVANT. ' T Mrs. J. G. Morris, Bowral. .'Wl \\TANTED an A PPllENTJCH to tho Couehbuilu' TT ing business. flood chance lor a smart lad. Apply F. Wylie, llownl. 833 fJ'USNDER.S REQUIRED for Briok-worjt (labor .L only). Wm. Murdoch, Riley's Hotel, Uowrul. 839 CHURCH QP ENGLAND Hymn and Prayer Hooks; Wesley's Hymns, and Sankcy'n Hymns with Music, Just opened a Supply of the above at tho Tree PreBa Ollico, Bowral. II'1 J'PU >van t to enjoy many evenings' good solid _ entortaimnont and amusement, read, " Sittings,!' one of tlio most lunnsing, instructive, in* loroHting, and brighiost works in print. Contains cstraois from tho most, popular authors. Price, 2s, Or roiifl " Funny T'its," full of facts and faneieg, fun and flclion: n journal for tho gruvo and gay, the iporry and tho wiso. Prioo, Is. 9d. At tho Free Press BpoJf and Stationery, Depot, Bowral. Berrima Coal-mining Co., Limited. BEST Household Coals now selling at 8s. (id. per ton Truck. (Id. per...
Select Poetry. NOT ONE TO SPARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
Sclcrt IJtfcfr]). NOT ONE TO SPARE. &lt;' Which shall it lio? Which shall it be?" I looked at John, John looked nt mo; (Dear patient John who loves mo yet . As well ns when my locks were jet); And, when I found that I must speak, My voice seemed strangely low and weak. " Toll mo again wlmt Robert said ?" " This is the letter: " I will give A honso and land while you shall live, If in return from out your eevon One child to mo for ayo is given " I looked at John's old garments worn, I thought of all that John had borne Of poverty and work and oaro, Which I, though willing, could not share ; ' I thought of seven mouths to feed, Of seven little children's need, And then to this, " Come, John," said I, " We'll choose among them a3 they bo Asleep." So, walking hand in hand, Dear John and I surveyed tho band. First to the cradle lightly stepped Where Lilian the baby slept, A glory ' gainst the pillow white. Softly the father stooped to lay His rough hand down in loving way, Whon d...
WHY SO MANY WOMEN FADE EARLY. (Phrenological Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
WHY SO. MANY WOMEN. FADE EARLY. (Phrenological Journal.J A CORRESPONDENT of OUO of OUT New Eng land Exchanges lias illustrated llio leading causes of early decay in wonion with so muoli aptnoss that we consider it flitting to pro senfc tlio article hei;o in a oondonsed form : —A woman should roach hor- prime be tween forty and fifty," says an author of note, but, alas, too many liavo sunken cheeks, sallow complexions, and tried, fret ful faces, at that ago. The causes are many ; i; fclio perils and anxieties of child-bearing and chi\d-training have robbed many a blooming t cheek ot' its charm, of freshnoss, but ovon, this, is oontrary to. the laws.of nature. Wlion these sacred duties aro understood as they should be, and proper care is taken not only of tho body but of. tliQ mental condition, we shall seo happy, cheerful mothers in every home. There are many oauses lying at the* root of this evil, for evil it is, when the uweotness aud freshness leave a young woman's face, and hard ...
ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
ROMANCE AND REALITY; on SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CHAPTER I* " Is anybody at homo ?" ' "Nobody.'' " Ah, good morning; Mrs. "Wilton. Do you call yourself nobody?" • "As l am not the somebody you meant, I may as well be nobody." , The young man stood hesitating at the window which, opened into the lawn, with rather a disconcerted expression upon his face, while the lady, who was a buxom-looking widow of thirty, though rather full-blown for her age, regarded him with a comical smile. "Don't look so disappointed, Mr. Brough ton ; Maud will be here soon; you won't have your journey to.Hampstead for nothing," she added. " Come in and sit down, and have a little chat with me until she returns." " But, really, Mrs. Wilton," expostulated the young man, " I did not come purposely to see Maud." "Stuff and nonsense! What is thereto be ashamed of in coming to see a pretty girl, or in being spoons upon her, for the matter of that?" Her raillery was evidently not agreeable to the young man. To say the ...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP.. IUtes for conveyance of oatllo (at por truck) to JJomobush are as follows:—From GoiiHiurn, £•! -Is; Marulan, £3 10s 8il; Mohs Valo; £2 12s; Bowral,' £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 0s; Pioton, £110s. Kates for conveyance. of sheep (at per truck) to Homokush are as follows:—From Goulbuvn, £3.13a Id ; Marulan, £3 5s 7d; Moss Valo, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 Cs ; Pioton, £110s..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published every (SATURDAY MORNING. Soiihoiiji'U'ions:— Slxtcon Shillings (U!b) ft yoar; or '1r per (|U(ii'ler p Uirco.nionlha, payable in advance. II booked, ,C1 jicr ycivy, ov (is. per (jmu-toi1. '.Quartern onrt March 91, Juno .'10i Sopteiubor 110, Dpcombcr ill, nt which periods only can subscribers declino, by giving n week's liolieo in writing direct to tho ollicc, and paying to iho ontl pf tlio tbon running quarter.; Advishtihino : Advertisements aro chargcd for al tho following rato. cnoh insertion Sixpence per lino up to llvo Jinos | ono inch, ils; ovory additional inoh, 1 h Oil, villi p> leduotion pf ono-fonrth for thirtoon consocn (ivp ■ insertions, and of one-third for twenty-six insertions, - Announcements of Births, Blarriagos, $nd .Deaths, 2a (Id each. ^p. advprlisoipont booked under Is. Gd. Advovtisomonts sent to.tho ofrtco without notifying ^ho number of insertions will bp continued at tulver tyspra' cosi 'unlU an order in received to stop. ...
GREEN FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
GREEN FEltTJLISEIiS., I'iik. most rational method of increasing I hp, fertility of the soil is to plough under tha crops that growr upon it.' A pert011 may argue tlmt there is.no gam of totalising mat-. : lor by this practice, sinoo nothing is returned (p tha spiloxcept what came from it. Such, however, is not tlip.case. Plants do not ex-. • isfc on surfaco soil; alone. A large - portion, of the bulk unci, weight of planls is dorived, froiu tlie air. Another portion camps from, the soil fur below wli.oro.the plough roaches.. Lime and potash, are obtained in this, way ;; while carbon anil nitrogen are talion from, tlio air. Tho. 1,oaves, of tho, plants.are the, great feeders,; and. they draw nothing from, tho soil. .Tho roots that enter the subsoil, and, llio.su.oi'-- many. plants.do ta.ko. nothing, from, tho, soil t.hat fitumilates, tho growth o( tlio.major,ity of. food; plants. By burying plants that obtain th.oir growLli chiolly from the airand subsoil, tho. lortili.ty of. land ma...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
OFFICIAL COllRESl'OSpiiNCE> The following letters havo been recoivod by Mr. McCourt, M.L.A.,:— &lt; Department of public works, Syduey; 2nd Octo.bor,—»Sir,—I am directed to acknow ledge the receipt of petition from residents of Kangaloon, &c., viz :—J[ohu G-. Morris, J&. M. Wiekhdm, and others, forwarded by von on the subject of repairs to road lending from West Kaugaloon road to tho Mac quarria Pass I^-oad, and to inforu\ you that the matter has been referred for the. report of il\o eommissso.nor. fov rands, aivl when : necessary information has beon receivod, ,communication will bo made toyoiv lam , &e., J.ohn Rak, vu\der-secretary . Department of publio. works, Sydney, 1st Oct.—Sir,—Referring to tho. petition pro ■ sontod by you from certain residents' of Yurrawa, requesting a grant for. the purpose ' of: replacing threo culvets on the road form ing the southern boundary of the Obtfon Company's Reserve, Robertson, lam directed to. inform you tha...
A WOMAN'S TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
A WOMAN'S. TOAST.. As a little offset to. the many toasts''- pro-, posed by man to woman, sve copy a capital one omawiliug from, a clever ow.mau's brain, when asked to' toast the raon : •' God bless, 'em! Wo halve their joys, douqlo. their sor rows, treble their expenses, quadruple their, cares, excito their affections, coin.; trol thoir property, and out-mancoiwre them, in everything.: .This would be a dreary, world without men. In fact,. I may say it would not be much of a world without thorny anyway. W.o love 'em, and,.tho. preciops; fellows don't know it., As husbands thoy are always convenient,1 though not always, 'on hand. As beaux, they are, by no uieana, matchless. They are mpsfc ngreendle visitors. They aro handy at fairs, and indispensable, at thimtras." They are nplencled cacorts for. some other fellow's wife or sister, and as friends thoy are better, than woman. "\Yg. aro ready to cry, or lie, or fly for fcbeni, \i), fact, do anything but—rdie.for th.em,!,"
COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884
COLO VALE A cricket ID a toll \yti3 played horo on Satur day between tho Colo Valo tcnm nuil Bargo. Thg gftnjo was a drawn one, in favor of tlio Bargoitoa. This being tho first match oyer played by tlio Colo Valo loam, among whom aro four or fivo novices, tlio results arc very encouraging, for among tlio Banjo men aro many old batsmen who hnvo performed well in tlio district, and v/lio for many yeara have boon menibora of Mittagong and Pieton clubs, qnd av1>o» though in bad form, made it \varm for tlio Valo colts ; tlio moat im portant; U}embqr being Mi". Fred Oliallccr, whoso destructive bowling made havoc amongst our batamon, whilst on tlio Qalo Valo sido tlio batting of Mr, T. C. Knnnody and Mr. Boss, and tho bowliug of Mr.'XVm. Morris, saved tlio reputation of tlio team. Mr. Kennedy also bowlod creditably; but appended nro tlio H.coyua which will illustyato | the skill of all. Colo Vahk.—lat Innings. 'J'. 0. Kennedy, bowled l'\ Chuvker 10. .1. Howling, cati(;lil J. Blotch' . ...