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THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE ON THE ORDER OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE ON THE ' : ORDER OF NATURE, : S.o^rii; ihstijuotive aud in torpsting,obporvations were 'rnado. by tlio Bishop of ft^elbpnrjno lit tbe anniversary t$a meeting, of S,t. i'auL's Ohurch, Kynefcon, last weok, whioh ^Yas. re ported by the Observer as followsSome who were followers of the Master; complained that nature would not accomodate itself to the various moral, conditions of. men.. The sun sbojie on all alike, the evil and the good, and our Saviour taught this when ho said those on whom tbo tower of Siloam foil wero not sinners, above all others. Gpd doos. not vary the order of Nature to meet the changes in a human soul. They need not laugh", for he was serious when he told them that only the other day hp bad received a letter from a gentleman asking him to appoint a prayer thatGod would strike all rabbits, with storility.' It vva^ just as absurd to. suppose that God would interfere with 'rabbits, as to alter, the course, of nature to say? uafcpgi the consequ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

CATTLE AND, SHEEP. Kates for copveyanco ol ejittlo (at per tvuok) to Jlomebusb aye.aB follows :—i>rom Goulburn, £A 4s i Mftvulori, £3 XOs 8d; Moss. Yale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8s j/Mittagong, £2 6s ; Pioton, £l*10s. • Katqs. for. convoyance o£ sheep (at per 'truck) to' IJomelmsb. are an follows:—From* Goulburn, £3 13s M ; Mnrnlnn, £3 5s 7d,; Moss Vale, £212s ;:Bpwral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £2 GsPietoii, £1; 10s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

PASSENGER TRAINS TO-. SYDNEY., MAIIj and •Pabsenoisu.j v U.IU, Bowrnl Bop, 3.5 ,' ( An'. 3.15; Mittagong | Dep; , , 3,25. Passenorh Tkmns. !§owral Dep, " ' 7.30, Mittagong | 7.40, p.m. Bovvral IJop. 1.8. • Miltagorig. ^ pgp'; mo,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Po[?]g. WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Sclcrt WAR. Gloiuocs war! Hark.to its thundering, . ■ ' ; Enttlo of musketry, roaring of gnns I ! „ Proud tiro the nations watching and wondering', Brovo aro tho men tlint tlioy own an tlicir sons. Hailstorms of bullets or forests of lancos Stay not tlw dauntlosa, who urgo thoir career i Glorious war, will) its glorious changes, Spurs 011 the soldier, n stranger to fear. !' Charge!" ia tlio cry; and tlioy rush on to glory, c ■ • Trample' the wounded, tlio dying, the dead; War has a pitiful side to its story, ■ ■ Told by the side of the hospital hod— Shorn of its pageantry, stript of its trappings, 'Nakod and bear in itq horror and ^09 ; Bandages, tourniquets, splinters, and strappings— These aro some Irophicn that war has to show. Orio3 of tlio anguished and moans'of tho dying , Sound ]n tlio'ears'of the watchers who wait; : Children avo weeping, and widows arc sighing, . But yfor hi\a its horrible hunger to ssito, Death reaps his liarvost, his l?een soythc is mowing , ■ ■ The lovod...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY TO ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

RALLWAI' -TO ROBERTSON. In* the Assembly yesterday week. Air. Brunker, for Mr. Badgery, asked tho secretary for public works,— (1.) Have railway trial surveys boon completed botwoon Bowral and Robertson; also between Moss Vale and Robertson ? (2.) Have surveyors or other olfieors re ported oil tlieso lines, or either of them; and what was the nature of such roport? Mr. Dibbs answered,— (1.) Yes, ; (2.) It was reported with referbnoo to the Bowral and Robertson survey that starting from tho southern railway about 20 chains south of tho Bowral station, the scction would bo a fairly easy ono for a distance of .8 milesthonco "theapproach; to. Burra wang would require.at 1 ■ in; 40 grado, and at tho works1 between Burrawang and Robertson for a distance of -ii ruilcs would be heavy.: The. reports of- the Moss Vale and Robertson survey, or rather on that portion.betweon Moss Vale and Burrawapg (tho portion 'tlieribb to Rbbortson being com mon to both roiilos") deals chiefly with tho nature...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima District Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Berrim' District Eace Club., Tmi .annual meeting of tho above olub. will bo held on Bjowley's, course, Mosa Vala.on Tuesday and Wednesday next, 21st a'nd 22[ud instant. The meeting promisesio. be a successful one. The following entries have been received for the various events:— First Day.—Trial Stakes, 5 ; prince of Wales Stakes, 3.; Basing Club Handicap, 8 ; ■■■■Flying Handicap, 4. Second Day.— Members ■ Gift, 4 ; Browley Handicap, 9 ; Farewell Handicap, o.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Traffic to and from Bowral and Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Kail way Traffic to and from Bowral and Moss Vale. In tlio Assembly yesterdaj' week Mr Badgery moved;—:<» That there bo'laid upon the table of this House a return showing the quantity of goods, including live stock, inwards and outwards, from MossVale and Bo wral stations respectively since" 1st January,. 1882, and the amount p^id as freight oa same."

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Railway to Robertson.—Deputation to the Minister for Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

The Eaihvay to Robertson.—Deputation to tlic Minister for Works. A deputation, introduced by the Hon. A. Campbell, M.jj.C., and accompanied by Miv. M'Gouvt, M.L.A., and Mi'. Taylor, of Moss Vale, waited on tho minister- for- works last Wodn.esd.ay morning with reference to the government proposal to construct a railway fromB.owral to Robertson, and to nrgo that the line should be taken from Moss Yale. Mr. Wright said, in reply, that it had been decided by the government to. submit to to parliament the route fron; B.owral to Robertson, but he would lay before his col leagues the representations which the depu tation had made in favor of' the.Moss route. •

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Business Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Business Notes. During the past week or two several busi ness changes have taken place in Bowml. Mi;. P. D. Sawkins, fruitcror and green grocer, lias removed to 0110 of Mr. W. H. Riley's recentlyTcrccted shops, and has on exhibition for sale a large assortment of fruit and vegetables.—The Missos Gibbons, dressmakers and milliners, have also re cently opened a milliner's shop in premises Scar Messrs. Gale and Gregory,, bakers ; and from the well-selected stock of milliners' goods.on hand and their attractivo display, the Missos. Gibbons should merit a, share o{ public patronage.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

■ ROMANCE AND. REALITY ■■■■■■' ob , • ■■■ ' SENSE AND. SENTIMENT. chapter i (continued,) • Andrew. Hamilton was. about thirty-fivo ; but although threads of silver, woro inter, woven with'the dark hair, he. did not look ihis age. - It was rather a fiuo 'face, though set and stern in expression, anc\ \yitb a lreeu grey eye'that seerc\ed to read - overy face it was fixed upon, tl\o,ugh it could gleam with kindness and gentleness. His figure was .about the middle hoight, rather musaular arid graceful, aucj olad in a black frock coat, not in the new.e.sfc gloss, and dark mixturo trousers and. vest. > i He looked to. thp, lifo what ho \vas~a thorough substantial of' business. Though many wove wealthier, there was not a man moro universally rospected in the . City/of'London than Andrew Hamilton merchant. Sir Potts, was by no means pleased with this,uo\v.:addition, to, the party ; if the young officer look 'down upon Turn 'tis an impudent upstart, ho. knovrthat Mr. Ham.iltea, despised h...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

QnAVTEIl II, AftorMnn'ahoori "Maud and Mr. Hamilton started for a drivo, Mr. Hamilton was moro thoughtful than usual,'i\nd as Maiid sat upon tho opposite seat, gazing vapantly upon tho passing landscape, he Axed his keen grey ayes, that wor.j soft and contemplative now, upon her lace, as though trying - to read tlia? thoughts that; wcro passing, through her mind. It was a b.cantiful afternoon in early sum mer, with a, soft westerly breeze that'tem pered the warmth of the sun. Presently Maud seemed to. grow conscious of her companion's earnest gazo, for she lowbred hor parasol so. as to conceal her face. Then for the first time he broke, the silence which had reigned since their departure.some minutes, ago. ,• '.'Howcan you encourage the. visits of that dreadful idiot, Potts ?" ho said ab, rupjlly. " Mr. Potts is not an idiot," roplied Maud quickly and full of the spirit of contra dictionA '• I nevei* hoard him uttey- a woji'd. of com? mon sense yet.'-' Common sense I How 1 hate the ...

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Mittagong Coal-Mining Company's Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Mittagong Coal-Miiiing Company's Bill. In tho Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. Burns moved that Llie Mifctagong Coal mining Company's Railway Bill bo rcfi'd tile third time. The motion'was agreed to, the bill passed, and sent to the Legislative Council witl; the usual message.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

NOTICE. A PUBLTO MEETING will lio hold in Iho Court jrV houso, Mittngoiig, on 20th OOTOBEIt, at 7 p.m. sharp, for tho purpoHa of making Homo nr rnngcnionlB to perfect the completion of tlio road nlrciidy »|>pliod for unci granted from Mr. J. Loseby's porncr into tho above township. " All a'ro respectfully invited to attend, • joHNwrnaiiT JOSEPH LOHEBYJ ■ SooB 1152 >■: 1IITTAGONO. A Grand Concert , Will bo hold in tho . v ' presioterian building, mitta'go^g, Jn nid of tho Funds for' tho Now Presbyterian Church, Oil FRIDAY, 31st OCTOBER. SEVERAL well-known Amateurs from Sydney, Mittiigong, and tlio surrounding districts lmvo kindly offered thoiv Hpvvieos fur tho occasion ; nnd as | many of theiii htvvo not yet appeared before a Mvtln gong audience, A very Attractive Programme Will bo given. poors open nt 7.00 p.m.; Concert commencing i (it 8 o'clock sharp. ADMISSION—Front Seats. 2s., Rnelt Soals 1b. J. J. MoROBERTS, {IH ' Hon. Treasurer. vSoafh' Coast and West Camden Co operativ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Auctioneers' Licenses, Pebsons and others desirous of applying for auctioneers'- licensos, aro reminded that notice of their intention must be given to the clerks of petty sessions on or before 4th November.

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

Opinions of tile Pnusa. ! InteUigenoe.—The proprietors of the Bow i ral Free Press. (Messrs. W. and D. L. Beer) havo commenced tlio puplication of another paper uiuler the title of IntelUlgenee.' _ Tho first numbor appearod yesterday. .It is not intended as a second edition of tlio .Free Press, but will alternate with it, and being issued at a cheap rate, it is hoped it will roach every home in tlio district. It .is a neat little papor, and the contents aro woll selooted and arranged.— Goulburn Herald, We liavo received the first number of a licatly-prinlcd anil interesting little' journal, entitled Intelligence, issued from the office of the Bowral Free Press, by tlio Messrs. Jitter, proprietors. The new paper is to be issuod weekly.—Murrumburrah Signal. Wo have been favoured with" a oopy of Intelligence, a new papor started by Messrs. •Beor, of Bowral. Every, man knows his own business, but wo fancy if ;thoy put tlio oxtra matter in Saturday's Free Press, it •would be better for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land and Insurance Agent, ROBERTSOl^ 102 DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun bo consulted daily at Mns. Quay's, Oannoniidiiy. Cottaob, "mITTAGONO. 131 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL And' ICkrobenu ' Tar, \Vholonalo. . J. J. huane; _ Stores, Nattai. if. G. MORRIS; Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insuranco Agent, • &c., &o., Pppositc Station, BO.WRAL. RECEIPT BOOKS, 0R.D.INARY Rcccipt Books and RENT Roceipt . ' Books, (inch containing 100; on Halo at: tliu Fico Press Book and Stationary P,opot, Baw'm 1. S)d. each. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioned, Land, Estate, nucl General Commission, Agent, MOSS VALE. Agont lor Victoria Fire InBuranco Company. JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Laud and Estate Agent, ■ All Irniiniictions in tlio above lino will loceive Uio greatest euro anil attention. Address— MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. FOR SALE, SAWN- TIMBER, Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue G.tiui. Thq beat ami cheapest in tlio district Loaded on TrueUs at< Hill Top. For loarticulivrB apply'to. J. ...

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TERRIBLE TRADGERY IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

TElUlTflLE TRADGEllY IN PARIS, A; young. woman, named' Gerard, -who.- was employed as a cashier by lior cousin, a widow who owns a wineshop, 011 the Boule vard Bonne Nouyolle,,was. recently mur dered by. her lover ip, t,li.q most deliberate manner. The murderer then committed suicidp. He liad-entered; the, shop, unper ceived as soon as it waft, opened, and in the .ropm)bdii.nd lip. foiyid fti&Up, (jtoravtL He immediately drew, a revolver fromliis pocket and fired twipe, th,e iirst ball, striking, ^he girl in tho right temple and- the. second lodging in the region of the heart. Ho then blew out his own. brains. The mur dorer, who was about twpnty-four years, old, had-bpen omployed by the: relatives of the deceased girl as a potman, and hadbecomo enamourod of his yictinij whom, he wanted to marry, contrary to, tho wishes of her I friends. ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. Sr, Simon and St. Judo's Sunday School will hold its nnnnnl treat on Monday, November 10th, tlio day kepi <is Prince of Wales' Hiithdfiy. Tin: Ilev. C. Tj. JTnndook, from MariiUh, lms boon appointed incumbent of St. Andrew's Church of England at ]3rnidwood whero ha aommcuced his duties Inst Sunday, To-M.our.ow_ and Monday aro tho days appointed for intercession for Sunday Schools tm-oughoni tho' world. A aertuon on tho subject will bo proachod to-morrow morning at St. Simon and St. Judo's, J3otvial. Tnu Bishop of Sydney will hold oonflrination In this district qn tho following dales:—nt Robertson, Saturday, November tho l.it; at Mobs Vuloon Sun. day, November 2nd ; at Burrinm on Monday, Novom lor JJrJ, ■ A cmoicr.T inatnh will he played at.Bowial this (Saturday) aftornoon between an eleven of tho,Bow rn! club nn:I a like number ropresonling tho Oak lanp3 (Mittagong)elnb. The following players will do the.battle forXJowral:—Wi Hionimn, F. Oops, J. Co)>p...

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

BOWRAIj POST OFFICE. Mails close for.all stations Nqrth at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays, excepted.) For. Kangalpoa and Robertson 2 p.m,, daily, (Sundays excepted.),, Hails arrive at Bowral from. Kangaloon, anilBobertsofi at ijoon, daily, (Sundays excepted.); Mailn hrrive from, all. stations South at 8.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all; stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.). From Sydnoy, Parramatta, niul all. atationa VVest at 1.28, p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted^), The Bowral Money Order Office oloses at 6 p.m. ; , Post Oflice.hourB from 0 a.m. to C p.m., und ori Sundays, for dolivery of letters, &o., 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 9.80- p.m., } Sundays oxeepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 0; ■ p.m.

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SHOCKING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 18 October 1884

SHOCKING DISCOVERY. A shocking discoyery has been rnado. near Castletownroche, in. the. county- of . Cork, it appears that some seven years ago asMrs. Sheohan, her son., and daughtoiv mysteri-. ously; disappeared from their home and farirtj about •which the woman, had had a dispute with hor eldest son. Tho people of the district, were, led to. believe that these peoplo had gone, to America, but the dis covery of a few months ago. would; tond. to show'that they were murdered. There was a well in an adjoining farm 25 feet deep, frorni which the o\ynor.of, the farm, a. Mr. Broderick, drew; his supplies: of : wator; A man. was s.ent dpwu. to clear it out. ■ He discovered in tho bottom of the well the skeletons of threo. bodies, which, a doctor has pronounced to.- bp the remains of two fcmales.and a male;'w.hi.oli agrees, with the loss, of "Mrs. Sjj.eQha.u and hei; son and' daughter. . ,

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