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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but est and drink as friends. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
Do as adversaries do in lam, Strive mightily, but e*t and drink as friends. SATURDAY, APRIL ID, 1884. The question of providing rocreation grounds for tbo inhabitants of Bowral and Moss Vale, two rapidly - pro grossing towns, has frequently boon brought undor tlio notice of the residents, who have on soveral ooassions made ccrtain spasmodic efforts towards acquiring a piece of land of suflicient urea and in a suitable position, that would bo found to meet re quirements of tho places named. In doal ing with a matter of such great importance as this it would bo well for those most con cerned to have an eye to tho futuro as well as tho present, and, should it lay within the province of the people, to see that re serves aro obtained which will meet tho de mands of tho residents in every respect for generations to come. Anything, however, with a respectable area, is bettor than no thing ; and while, in the interests of our do cendants, tho future requirements of the townships undor notic...
FREE PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
FREE PASSES. Maculay Bays somewhere tlmt the Puritans could not even cut a corn without scraping a text over it. Mr. Barnum—who is. nothing if not ready—salves over a,wound on. the principle of the mon of . the Mayflower. The other day a church deacon asked him for a "pass" to see the winter quarters of his animals. Mr. Barnum, however, declarod free passes to bo " played out." Wo' never issue one to the big show except to editors, clergymen, or orphan asylums, or to.persons who render us equivalent sorvice in some way. Nobody will get inside the ' winter quarters', except editors." The doacon thought this was carrying his restrictions too far. " Perhaps so," Baid the showman ; but as you generally like &lt; Scriptural author ity for everything, I present you with this card." The card read as follows FREE PASSES. In those days there wore no passes given., Search the Scriptures. ' • Thou shalt not pass.—Numb, xx., 18. ' Suffer not a man to pass.—Judges iii,, 28. The wicked sh...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
0 0 M M E R 0 I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited). Uuttor, Ist,&lt;iior lb., 18d to „ 2nd,.110 demand Bacon, best Jlcrimbula hand cured, nono in markofc. „ beat, niaohino wired, 7d to 8}d ■, ' . „ ' heavy and rough,'Id to Od , : Hams, bcBt Morimbula, band cured,'iiono in market „ machine ourcd, 8d to lOd * Lard, 7d to 8d ' ' ' • Ohccse 1st, per lb., 6d to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, -Id to 5d . ■ Pigs, alive, per lb, 4d to 5d ' ; Calves, each, 7s (id to 15a Od , ' Elides, per lb, 3d Calf skins, each, Is to Is Gd . . Tallow, por ton, £28 to £90 Maize, per bushel, Cs Od to 5s Cd Hay, oaten,per ton, JfO Os to £7 10b „ lucerne, do., £(i Os to £7 10s Oil Potatoos, do., £3 5s to £3 10s Od Fowls, per pair, 3s Od to 3a 3d Ducks, do, Is 01 to 4s 3d Geese, do, 7s Od to 8s Od Turkeys, do, (is Od to 10s Od * Eggs, por do/.., 2s 6d to 3s April 17th, 1881. , ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
Boof and 8 h o e emporium, M I T T A G 0 N G. W. HUDSPETH, , TN returning tlmnlts for the pant favors bestowed" ± upon him during t)io. last 18 years, begs to : intimato to tho inhabitants of Mittagong and sur rounding district Umt lio lifts Now Qponod Business in. his Now Promiaos with a , ■ LARGE STOOK OF NEW. GOODS, ' just imported, which ho now oilers to tlio Publio AT SYDNEY PRICES; and trusts, by civility and strict attention to ■ busi ness, to havo tho sanio liberal patronago bestowed upon him as lioroloforo. &lt;11 Boot and Shoe Emporium, ■BONG BONG AND CHOROn STREETS, i BOWEAL. Wm. waite . T>EGS to inform tho inhabitants of Bowral and I » ' surrounding district that ho, has always oil: . hand a largo and lirst-clnss asssortinont of. • BOOTS & SHOES of tho very best English and Colonial mako.' • • All descriptions of Boots,and Sliocs mado to ordoiv: Excollonco of llnish and splondid /it guaran teed. ■ All lands of repairs executed at tho shortest possible ...
ADVERTISING IN 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
ADVERTISING. IK 1855. As (in instance of the prices charged foi' advertising in England, a correspondent for wards to an English contemporary a list giving the cost for the same announcement per iuch in diifereut London papers, of diverse character, in the month of January i 1855. It is as follows :—Examiner, 3s. Gd.; Times, 4s.; Daily News, 5s. Gd.; Morning Chronicle, 5s. Gd.John Bull, 5s. Gd.; English Churchman, 5s. Gd.; Morning Herald Gs.; Morning Post, Gs.; Spectator, 7s. Gd.; Observer, Os. Gd.; Afchenronm, 10s.' Gd.; Punch, 15s; Illustrated News, £1 8s. At the same period it was under stood that the following largely advertising firms spent the undermentioned annual sums iu bringing their respective commodities be fore 'the notice of the public—Holloway, pills and ointment, £80,000; Moses and Sons, Outfitters, $10 000 ; Rowland & Son, Macassar Oil, etc., .-£10,000; Dr. De Jougfr, cod liver oil, &lt;£10,000; Heal and Son, bed ding, etc., J6G000; Nicholas, tailors...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
IMPOUNDED at Mosa Vale, on tho 4th April, from Bong Bong, by Prank Throsby, 1 ohostnut horse, blaze down face, scar on. broant, wliito Iiind foot, branded lil;u anchor on off shoulder, shod. It not roloascd will bo sold ou April 2-lth. ROBERT VJLES, 79 Poundkcepcr. ; A U C T I ONE E IV S NOTICE BOBEItT n. INGLIS Bogs to inform his frienda and tho public of tho Pioton, Camden, and Narolian districts, that ho lias this day commcncod business as General Auctioneer and Commission A;i[oiit, and to respectfully solicit their support. From hiH lengthy business experi ence of Landed Property and all lands of stock, tlioso entrusting him with their agency can roly on tho .highest valuo being obtained for anything entrusted to his care, and every olTort will always bo used to secure the sales boing held under the most favorable conditions. ; Account Sales will bo promptly rendered after sale, and advancea mado if required. : Regular sales will bo held at l'icton every month and at any other p...
BOWRAL POST OFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
BO WEAL POST OFFICE. Mails closo for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Ilangaloon and Robertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Ilobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.). : Mails arrivo from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations WcBt at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Suuiiays excepted.) Tho Bowral Monoy Order Offico closes at C p.m. ; ■■ Post Onice liours from !) a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac., only, from!) to, 10 a.m. , Telegraph Offico hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails closo for all stations fioutli at 9.30 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) ~ • Government Savings Bank open from 9 'a.m. to'G p.m. -
PHILOSOPHY OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
PHILOSOPHY OF ADVERTISING. In bis. address to the editors of Indiana, at their recent meeting at Fort Wayne, (Jolouel Gil Pierce, of the Chicago Daily News, pre sented the following thoughts with reference to advertising. He said: " And iri presen ting a beautiful sheet typographically, one should remember the advertisers as well as the readers. A man likes to have his adver tisement pleasing to look upon, catching to the eye, and indicative generally to the ad vertiser. This class of patrons are so im portant to succcFs that they should receive every encouragement. Particularly should they be impressed with the desirability of keeping (heir wares before the public. A man never realises the full benefits of advertising till he has placed the matter bofore the same people SO or 100 times. Ihe first ad. is good, but the 100th is worth more than 500 times as much as the first. > Somo one It.as saM tho 'first timo n man looks tit an advertisement lie does not boo it. Tho Boconcl timo...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
OFFICTAI CORRESPONDENCE. The following letter lias boon rccoived by Mr. McCourt, M.L.A.:— Department of Lands, Sydney, 8lh April.— Sir,—deferring to tho lottnr presented by you from Mussrs. Hanrahan and "Moflitt, representing tlte reserve at tho Uelmoro water falls near llobcrnon, I am directed to inform you that the Rccretary for landa lian decided tho mailer tdiould remain in abey ance pending the disposal of the proposed Land Hill one of tho sections of which, if it becomes law, will enable tlio cnao to bo dealt with.— -I am, ifco., Ciiaui.es Oliver nndcr-sectrctiivy.
Local Intelligence. BOWRAL WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
B 0 WRAL WESLEYA.N S UNDA T SCHOOL. On Sunday morning and evening last (Easter Sunday) the Bgv. 0. Olden was advertised to preach the anniversary ser mons of the above school. In the morning however Mr. Olden explained that it had always beon his custom on Easter Sunday morning to preach on the gladdest event of the year—the resurrection of Christ; and ho would do so then. He alluded to the alarming extent of free-thought principles and dogmas in the world, and thought he could not do better that morning than refer to the historical evidences and records in iavor of the death and resurrection of our Saviour. He quoted from those who were opposed to Christianity to prove that Christ lived, performed miracles, was cruci liod, buried, rose again from the dead; also that six books of the New Testament—viz., Matthew, Mark, Luke, 1st and 2nd Corin thians, and Galatians—were written and in circulation within twenty-eight years of Christ's death ; also that Christian cliurohes were establis...
Miscellancons Helds. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
IpsrcIlMCtfits fffofos. England imported 800,000 head of cattle during tbo niue months ending October last. There are at present thirty-five total ab stainers in( the British House of Commons. In 1865 there were only two. Statistics just issued by the Dutch Gov ernment show that an area of at least ninety-two thousand acres lias been re covered from the sea during the last two centuries. • . ■
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, BOWRAI. A. meeting of the parishioners of St. Simon and St. Judo's Church, Bowral, was held in the parsonago on Wednesday evening last. Part of the business was the election of a clergyman's warden and two churchwardens for the ensuing year, the offices having necessarily become vacant by effluxion of time. Mr. J. Bowen was re-elected clergy man's warden. Mr. C. Bonnott was re elected one of the churchwardens, and Mr. V. B. Eiley was elected the other, Mr. P. L. 0. Shepherd, who was ono of the' church wardens for the out-going year, not being a candidate. The financial position of the cliuroh was stated to be highly satisfactory, and the remaining debt of £28 15s. on tho parsonage fund was ordered to bo paid. A gratuity of £5 5s. was unanimously voted to Mrs. W. Allerdice for her services as or ganist. Votes of thanks wore accordod to the churchwardens for their services during the past year ; and also to the ladies who ex erted themselves in the matter of reducin...
HOW THE BABY CAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
HOW THE BABY CAME. " Tho Lady Moon came down last night She did, you lieed'nt doubt it— A lovely lady dressed in white ; I'll toll you all about it. >. They hurried Lou and me to bed, And ttiuitio said, '.Now may bo That protty moon up overhead -.Will bring us down a baby. " ' You lie as quiet as can be; Perhaps you'll catch her peoping Between tho window bars, to seo If all tho folk aro sleeping. And then, if both of you keep still, And all the room is shady, She'll float across the window-sill, A happy white Moon Lady. ' Across tho sill, along the floor, You'll see her shining brightly, Until she comes to mother's door, And then she'll vanish lightly. But in the morning you will find, If nothing happens, may be, She's loft us something nice behind— A beautiful star baby.' " We did'nt just believe her thon, For aunty's always chaffing— Tho tales she tolls to me and Len Would make you die a-laughing ; And when she wont out pretty soon, Len said, ' That's aunty humming, There ain'...
Gssays, Sketches, &c. [We propose inserting occasionally under this head contributions from persons not connected with this paper. Personal matters must not be discussed, and contributors must deal only with general questions. The essays will become our properly, and will be subject to revision or rejection. At the same time it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our contributors.] "CHINESE" GORDON IN THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
felrjrs, :$£♦ [Wo propose inserting occasionally under this head contributions Tram persons not connected with tliis papor. Personal mutters must not bo discusRed, and contributors must deal only with genornl questions. The essays wiU beeoino our properly, and will ho Bubject to revision or rejfiotion. At tho snmo timo it must ho understood that it does not follow wo endorse the opinions of our contributors.] " CHINESE " GOllDON IN THE SOUDAN. " Will ho suooood ? " was tlic- question two months ago : now it is " Will ho cscapo ? " Day after day passes, and wo have no certain tidings from Khar toum, whoro ho is cooped up by foes who aro numerous, bravo, and onthuBiastic, wliilo his fol lowers aro a few dispirited cowards, Tho difficulties ivro onough to make any man despair of over coming them, and think of ensuring his own safety. But Gordon's previous history makes us quite cer tain that lio will not give up till tho very last hope is gono. For ho is a hero, nnd worth tho nnxioty w...
COUNTING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
COUNTING AHEAD. ' My dear,' said Mrs. Spoopendyke, who had for some time been intently studying a slip of a paper she held in both hands. ' My dear, what do you suppose this is about 2' Let me see, demanded Mr. Spoopendyke, snatching at the paper. ' Why, it's a lottory ticket I what peddler of sacred literature have you been patronising now ? "Where'd you acquire possession of this monument to wealth ?' 'I found it,' fluttered Mrs. Spoopendyke making a dive for it, as though the expla nation of what it was made the slightest difference in its contents. ' Is it really a ottery ticket ? How much do we win ? ' ' Well, if it draws a prize, and the expense A collection don't eat up the amount, and the lottery pays up, we won't be much'out of pocket,' returned Mr. Spoopendyke, examining the ticket again. ' And I'll have my sealskin dolman, after all ! squealed Mrs. Spoopendyke clappinp her hands and peering over her husband's shoulder at tho mysterious document. '1 wis]j they'd hurry up a...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Bates for conveyance of cattle (at por trade) to Homol3ur.il are as follows:—From Qoulbnrn, £4 -Is ; Mavulnn, £3 10s 8d; Moss Valo, £2 12s ; Bowral, Sfi 8s; Mittagong, £2 6s; Picton, £110s. : Bates for conveyance of Hliccp (at per truck) to Homebusb arc as follows:—From Goulbuvn, £3 13s Id ; lUnrulan, £3 5s 7(1; Moss Valo, £212s; Bowral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £2 Os; Pictou, £110s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
[HE B 9 AY H A Ii F IV E E , PIV Ij S S la publislioil ovory BA r O I( D A Y MOHUlNft . BDBSOJlirilONS:— ,, Sixteen: Shillings (10a) a year; or- 4a por, quartor ot three months, payable in ndvtuico,; II booltcdi £1 per ye«r, ov 6a por quarter,'*• ' - " - * . 4;i&lt; 1 J 1 'ADVEnHSINO,!^, 'Advertisements aro charged for at ttio&lt; following I'ftlOj each insertion:—Sixpence per lino up to llvo linear ono moh,8s; every-additional; inoli, Is Cd, with a reduotion of ono-fourth for thirteon oonsccu iiyo insertions, and of olio-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriagos, and Deaths, 3s Gd'oaeh. jrOBDINO DnrABTMENT *—■ Business Cards Jland-billa UillJiQadft Labels ' CuinlogucJ ' ' Posting Bills Ciioulars Programmes f &c., Ac., W. and D. L. BEER, Proprietors.
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884
WIT AND HUMOUR. He that scoffs fit tlio crooked had need go very upright himself. How to get a good wife—Take a good girl and go to tlie parson. , If you visit a young woman, and she is won, and you are won, you will both bo 0110. 'It's a very solomn thing to bo married,' said Aunt Botsy. 'Yes, but it's a great deal moro solemn not to bo,' said her niece. " Well, wasn't tliat a linishod sormon we had this morning ?" asked one porson of another, as they oamo out of ohurch. " Fin ished," was tho reply, " yes, it was finished at last, although I began to think it never would bo." A young lady who was fond of singing tho song.beginning 11 am saddest when I sing v was disgusted when tho noighljours, who had got tired of the doleful ditty, struck in : ' So are we ! So arc we P SuNDAY-sonooL. teacher, about to comment on St. Paul's directions for tho conduct of men,and women during divine service.: ' Now, do you know why women do not tako off their bonnets in church?, Small boy: ' Cos they...