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VALUABLE MANUSCRIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

VALUABLE MANUSCRIPTS. Alt. tho Christian world will bo interested in tho now M.SS. which havo boon acqnirod by tho Imporial Russian Library. • Tho M. SS. comprise among others tho books of Jeremiah, Iiosoa, Joel, Obadiah, Haggai, Zftohnrifth, Ruth, Daniel, Isaiah, and Zoplia niah. From tho chnraetor, it is bolievod that tho newest M.SS. dates from the second contury after Christ. If this bo true it is most important, sinco it will take rank as tho oldost M.SS. Tho difference of eharaotor is accounted for by supposing it to origiuato from some Jews long detachod from the centros of learning where tho purity of tho languago was kept up.v

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LIST OF GREAT NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

A LIST OE GREAT NAMES. For all practical purposes tho eighteenth century in England means the reigns of tho first three Georges. This space wo must; group into tlirco periods of unequal length. . First—From the accession of the house of Hanover (1714) down to the fall of Wal pole (1742). This is the age of Bolingbroke and Walpole, Swift, Defoe, Pope, Addison, Steele, Bishop Berkeley, and Bishop Butler, Halley, Stephen Gray, and Bradley. Second—From the fall of Walpole (1742) to the opening of the French revolution (1789). It is tho age of Chatham, of Freder ick, of Washington and Turgot; of Wolfe Olive, and Hastings, Rodney and Anson ; of Gibbon and Robertson; of Hume and Adam Smith, of Kant, Voltaire, Diderot and Rousseau; of Richardson and Fielding, Sterne and Smollett, Johnson .and Gold smith ; of Cowper and Gray, Thomson and Beattie; of Reynolds and Gainsborough, Hogarth and Garrick; of Cook, Watt, Ark wriglit, Brindley, Hersehel, Black, Priestly, Hunter, Franklin, and Cavendish...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Post Office Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

BoT.'ial Post Office iletunis.. .DtmiNo. tlie month of September last tlinre were rlispii.t.cshocl from.the Biv.viaVpoat ofiioe r—Lefcrers, inland 4871; foreign, fjtJS ; pack ets, inlsiud 93 ; forie<(ii,9 ; newspapers, in land 1451, foreign, 171; The letters des prifoliecl iulnad exceeded the returns for June last hy '220, and for September 13S3 by CS, wbeii the number?. where 4G42 aurl 'iC08 respectively.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

JFerfoi/aii GJiuvck. Serviced to-morrow, October 12:— Miltngong, at XI, Mv. Osborne; at 7, Bey. C. Olden Bowrnl, at 11, llov. C. Oldou; at 7, Mr. Osbovnu Karigaloon, at 11, Mi-. Walsh; at 7, Mi', \yhito ItobeKson, at 2.!J0, Mr. Walsh . Jiurrawang; at 11, Mr. Kawnvd MossValo (OcldfoUowB1 Hall), at 3.; Sankey.'a hymns

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Removal of the Bowral Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

Removal of the Howral I'ost-Oflice. The arrangements in connection with thoro moval of the Bowral post find tologroph oiljcc from Mr. Morris's auction mart to the premised recently occupied by Mr. Waito, bootmaker, at tlio corner of Church and Dong Bong streets, were completed last Tuesday evening, and on Wednesday morn ing tlio first delivory of letters at tho now premises took place. The size of tho now office is 18ft, 02ft. and the letters, instead of boing delivered thvo.ugh a small window as hoi-otoforo, aro now delivered over a counter, the latter mode being by far tho more convenient. Tho postmaster's re sidence is attached . to tho ofijee, and is, both as regards siio and comfort, air im provement on tho other place. The pre mises are fairly central and will bo found quite suitable till tlio now building is pr ected. ..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

Primitive Methodist Church. ' Services to-morrow, October 12r liowrnl, at 11 and 7, Mr. lloskhiB ' v- . Bumlnnoon. at 11 and 7, Hev. lt, Jennings, Kingwood, at 3, Itev. R. Jennings

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY RETURNS FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

RAILWAY RETURNS FOR SEPTEMBER Colo Yam:.—InwardsGoods, 1G tons Gcwfc. 3qrs.; -parcels, 1'12. Outwards: Passengers, 131; goods, I 07 tons 2 qrs.'; dogs, 1 ;*parcels, 15.—W. J. Dotman. I Marulan.—Inwards : Goods, 231 tons 1!) cwt.; I horses, 1; carriages, 3 ; dogs, 8 ; parcels,, 222.—:—l Outwards: Passengers, 379 ; goods, 495 tons 2 cwt.; I i cattle, 1 i sheep, 580; horses, 1; oarriages, 2 ; dogs, I ; 7; parcels, 124.—A. Hoodie. ' I Boyvral.—Inwards: Goods, 418 tons 12 cwt.; eat- ] tie, 14 ; pigs, 2 horses, 9; carringos, 3 dogs, Hil; • parcels, 357. Outwards: Passengers,.-535 ;• goods, 35-ions 0 o.wli; cattle, 3; pigs. 50; horses, 10;,• ear- j riages, 2 ; dogs, 27 ; parcels, 102.—C. Ban nol.t. I Moss Vale.—Towards: Goods, 512 tons: cattle, 07: j . sheep, 100 : pigs, 1; horqes, 11:. carriages, 7 ; dogs, 17-; parools, 578. Outwards:, l'aiBorigeis, 1025; goods, 157 tons'; cattle, 30 ; horses, 37 ; carriages, • 8s -dogs, 23; parcels, 435.; x-alvcs, 153.—T. J. Nicholson. ' '■ ' •■ "

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima District Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

Berrima District Agricnltur al:Society. The monthly, meeting of the committoc of the above society was held at Mdntyre's Hotel,. Moss Vale, last Saturday afternoon. Mr. Fi E.Wilshiro, P.M., vice-president, oc : cupied the chair, and there, were besides fif teen, members' of the committee present. A letter of apology for uon-attendance was read from Mr. J. G. Morris. On the mo tion of Messrs. J. A. Badgery and H. E. Kater it was decided to alter the day of hold ing the committee meetings from Satur day to Monday, the latter day being con sidered the more convenient of the two. A scale of charges for the use of the show ground and pavilion was on the motion of Mr. McCourt agreed npon as follows :~for .show ground alou.o per day, .-62; ■ ■ ground and ,hall per day, ■£&■; liallper night; i'P.; and for f,ho whole during the day and nigh; ' .25. Other business of minor importance was dealt with and the meeting adjournal.:

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. I Tenders are invited by the government pfor the. erection of a post-office at Maru lau.' '■ ; Eutuuk committee meetings of-the Ber ■ rima District Agricultural' Society will bo held on Mondays instead of Saturdays. ' ■ Between, forty and gentlomon in Bnrrawang have expressed their willingness to become members of a scientific olass on 1 Agricultural Ghomiatry. - At the Agricultural Society's, meotiug last Saturday Mr. J. A. Badgery said he thought it would be unwiso for the society to lot the. sho.w ground after next exhibi tion.' A ortroKET. match has been arranged to I, take place this afternoon in..Mrs.. Oxley's I paddock between the singlo and married of i the Bowral Club; tins being the op.ening match of the.season. -.;<■■■;■■■' By Tuesday next, l'lth. instant, all dogs over six months old should be. registeredi otherwise the owners are liable to prosecu tion. Registration .forma may.be obtained i at the office of this paper. Last Saturday's. Sydney...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. The success which attended the eight-l^oiii demonstrasjon on Monday last affords evi dence of tho growing popularity of ft system which but tvfow years ago was introduced into tho colony, ran'oundad by tlio opposi tion of tho peoples' representatives, and om pL.yei'Si of labour generally. Few, if any, of tlig most sanguine supporter3 Q' p'o)'1" hour system of labour, could havo 0.11 Lici ipatcd its almost universal adoption, in Sydney and tlio suburbs within snah'n, short period ; but the result is due m« inly to tho cai\so. advo cated proving stsolf a yao.cl 0110, by boneht • injr not only tlio emyloyors and th.oir em ployees, bi{t t^o. community ftt layge. Grad ually tho storm of opposition,, which at first threatened lo crush tho movemunt, _calmed down, anil soon the ald-faaluouod ideas ol tho past began to givo \yay to. tlio forco of modern reasoning and justico, until to-day. wo find overy rospectablo linn in Sydney oi and importance, as well as tho governmen...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breach of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

v Breach of Promise,' - At Mudgoo 011 Tuesday, before his Honor. A.oti»g:Jiulgo Foster ami n jury of four,'a breauh: of promise ease, Louisa Spratt ver sus D.onald Ross, for £1000 damages, was heard, !i'he plaintiff, a prepossessing young woman, about 25 yeiirs of age, carried an infant, of which she alleged thai Boss is tho father, he having poducod her under a pro mise of marriage/ Tho court was crowded throughout the day. Five witnesses were examined on behalf of the. plaintiff. Their evidence went to show that" Donald Eoss promised to, marry Miss Spratt; and had do sorted as well as seduced hor. The defen dant, a man of about. 28 years, has a 4Q0. acro freo-selection near Dubbo, and has a reaping machine, a team of horses, and also a honso in course of eroction. The selection and the niachino (ho swore) were mortgaged two years ago. Ho stoutly denied.ever hav ing nifido a promiso of marriage to the plaintiff; but he admitted that he seduced her and repeatedly visited her in. her...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lost Child Found through a Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

A Lost Child Pound Ijtrougli a Dream. On Monday,20th September, a chilc\ six years*, of ago named Charles Walsh wa? missed from Lis homo at East Maitlaud, and though searcliod for all the week could not bo found. On Saturday night Misa. Susan Presltvud of Minmi dreamt that ho would bo found iu the direction of Mr. Edward Tay lor's, three miles distant, and even indica ted that bo would be fouud in a log. Such an impression did tho droam mako on her mind that she could hardly bo dissuadod from attempting tho search herself on tbo following (Sunday), morning.. On, Monday I morning her father, accompanied by his two i sons, started immediately niflor breakfast in the direction pointed to by. his. daughter's dream. Strange to relate, their search was a.successful one, and they .returned in tri umph, bringing their precious charge with i them.' The telegraph wires Hashed the j good news to his weli-nigli bt'okon-hoarted I parents, and speedily the whole district was made 'acquainted with...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 11 October 1884

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT-., Wednesday, October 8. JBEronc Mr. P. R. "\ViJsliire, P.M. ■ Lewis Morgan ,on remand, was charged with having on the night of Tuesday', 30th ultimo, stolen £8 from James Walkeiy a laborer, re siding at Bundanoon. ' ' • , ' The evidence taken on the previous Wed uo.sday was read over by 7,ho clerk. No further.;, witnesses were" called. " Prisoner entered a plea of not guilty a.nd elected to be dealt with summarily. In regard to this case, it appears that on the dace mentioned Walker, 'Morgan, and a man named Johnston, .were sleeping in the same room at the Commercial. Hotel, Bun-; diUioon. During the night Walker com-, .plainrid of £3; being stolen from his leather p;>uoh. Shortly afterwards he heard John Btoii.fiay to prisoner, " Put the man's money back in the prme.h or I'll prosecute you."' Later on ,\Valk<-r. found the money in the. pouch, but he did not know by, whom it was returned. ' In reply to tho ■ bench1; Walker said ha did not know p...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Important Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Important Land Sale. A I.AND sale,, worthy of the spccial'atten tion of capitalists and' investors, will be held'at Bowral by Mr. J. G. Morris on Saturday next, 18th instant. The land to be offered comprises six-choice farms, con-' taining in all G40 acres,, being" Mr. \V. Comer's portion of the Comer ton Park es tate, four miles from Bowral, The land is described as ; being, very rich, and as the terms arcjeiisy, there should be no difficulty iu finding purchasers on Saturday next.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guiteau's Prophecy Fulfilled. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Giiitcnu's Pr.ophccy Fulfilled. '■When tlio verdict in tlio Guiteau case was delivered, tlio prisoner leapt from Ih'h chair ami cried, " God1 will punislr yon for this," and tlion prononnced; a prophetic malediction upon prosecutors, witnesses, and jury. TboFullilmcnt of 'tlio proplieoy is claimed by an American- journal, v/hioh saysf'l'ho dis trict attorney has lost his office,' and Imsnothing to do; another counsol is: now a common drunkard; two jurymen avo dead, two failed in business', one is hopelessly insane; three doctors who* declarod- Guit eau sane aro dead; a fourth is himself insane;' and lastly, the oheraist'wlio tracod poison in thobonqtiet. sent Guiteau on the morning' of his execution has been committed to a lunatic asylum."

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Curious Advertisment. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

A Curious Advcrlismcnt. Tun following advortisoment in said to havo beon: published in a Norfolk (England) newspaper, in KitJO" Bv her majesty's letters patent, Boardn., tnksn olT and Registered by Isaac I'unchard, Barber, "I'ei'riwig makir, Surgeon, Parish Olcrk,'School muster, Blacksmith and man Midwife. I shaves' 'for a pernio, cuts hare for twopcnco and oyld and Powdicd in tliobargane, young Ijadios gontely educated, lamps lighted by tlio year or quarter, young Gonllciiian also taught their Grammar language in ■tlio neetosl manner and groat keer tnkin of their morrels, and Hpelon. Also S.ilnie Sinning aud horso j ■shewing by tho reel tnakir, likfiwis males and Mends (ill Horts of bilks and shown, loaches tlio Ho boy and •iT.iw'b harp, cuIh corns, blodes and blislors oil Ihu' lowest terms. Cotillons and other dunces (mil, ufc h<iani and abrodo in all its branches, soils all sorta <f fitashinary ware lo getlior with blaokin ball, llodh eriiiR, Gingerbread, Co...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A "Crowner's Quest" Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

A " Crowiicr's Oguisst" .Joke. An English- paper-'says :—" The findings of coro- ? norsr jurios are luckily- of move value, as a goneral * rule; than • thoir recommendations.. ; One of them. " sat upon".the body of a child \vlio_ had mot with . its' death from drinking, carbolio acid. It seems thai; the unfortunato'infant,whose ago_was something:' over two years; was in the habit of H'nishing olt tho-. dregs' in the'- • gingorbeor bottles .opened' for; lier ^ mother-'B customers;.'. This'in itself oho1 would' liaye thought a sufficient causo ofdbatli, but (liecHilfl aji pearaitd liavo one'd'ay got hold'of a bottle eoiitaining not gingerbeerbut carbolic acid.; Tho:jury natnrnlly i brought in ■ a vordict of . accidental dofttli.but added, a rider'to tlio olToct that the bottles, ought to have been properly labelled 1. Our School Boards have- i done ft'good deal,;but I fcar. it. .will be somo ,timo.it bofortf" they get W far'as' tea'olung two-year-olds >: to;.? lead."

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What is love? [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

What is love ? On'K hundred letters wore written to as .many well known "ihinkei'H." roiinesthif! ivdhwois! to Iho iin ca tion, "What is lova? Thoresult indiralcn a (ionfuninu variety of opinion union;; the people ft! to what lov3 j is. Following uro the answers from thirteen <'lili«r- | ont porsonBt—... Tiifl mosi interesting and pardonnlilo of liuiniiti i wenldioHsos. • A mom delusion that ruins many men. A feeling of mich oxijnisitG tonilomess th:it. ist too. sweet fov coinpaiison. I (lon't lcnow.anything about it; don'S flunk-. it nmounta to much. nrauoi Tho sweetest ami most passionato excitement •known to innu—binding toKethur I>y tliu strongest .cords, box, kindred, and nations. Don't know anything about it; I nover was tlioro. It is Homnlhini; that 110 fallow can find otit—yotall fcnl its power, more or less. A sweet unci delusive imagination only. A dormant passion of the'mind; arousoil liy beauty or intullcutftal qualities of noma one woman. An indefinable pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Try. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Try.' Wn take tlio following from the' American Druggist::— Try popcorn for mutton. Try cranberry for miliaria. Try ginger ivlo for stomach crtunpfc.' Try' gargling logger boer for euro of soro filirgat'. Try swallowing saliva' when troubled with a sour stomach. Try eating frosh radishdfc' niul yellow tur " "nips for gi'avcl. , Try eating onions and horso-radisli1 to' re ' liovo dropsy Bwellings. v Try butter-milli for romoval- of frockles',' tan, and butternut stains. Try'hot flannel ovor the soat of neuralgic pain, and ronew frequently.' . Try taking cod liver oil in tomrii'o catsup ifyou^vant to mako it palatablo. Try" ami (ling powdered borax up tlio nos trils for catarrhal " cold in tlio lieadl" ,. Try talcing a nap in tbo afternoon if you are-going to bo out late in Llio evening. • Try' hard cider—a wincglassful' three iimosa'dny— for'ague and rheumatism.' - Try breathing tlio fuinos of lurpoiifcino or carbolic acid to roliovo whooping cougli'. - Try a cloth wrung out from col...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Attempt to destroy the Houses of Parliament, Quebec. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Attempt to destroy the Sinuses of'Par liament, 4ii(cl»ec. Two ericcossivo explosions of dytiamite took place last Saturday outside' tho Houses of Pai'limciit,' Quebce., A largo "amount of damage was clone to l.ho building,. one-half of which will require to bo rebuilt. A num ber of men who were working on tho bliildv ing reooived injuriea.

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