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Bundanoon Railway Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

Etninlanooii Rii!3w;iy TraSIic. tim following is a stivtomont of tlio traftic to find ii'oin Bundauoon station during tho month of Sep tember Inst:—Inwards—Goods, 103 tons 11 cwt. 1 qr.; dogs, 2; parcels, G'2. Outwards—Passengers, 3G8; goods, 137 toiiB 4 cwt. 2 grs.; dogs, 4 ; parcels, 114.—e. Milne, stntionmaster. A uounsin'a court will lie holer, at Moss Yale to day.: . , BiiimiaiA District raco meeting: commenced yester day and will close to-day. 1 Baii,way meeting in tho school of arts, Bowral, next Saturday aftornoon at 3 o'clock. Bowkatj won the cricket Match last Saturday against tho Oalclands by 4 runs. Tho mutch was decided by tho. first innings. The cholera epidemic has almost .ceased in Franco, and advices from Italy state that tho disease has do creased greatly in that country. tim weather which during tho past few days has been very hot and sultry culminated yesterday afternoon in a heavy thunderstorm.. Tho rain fell in torrents for about ton or fifteen minutes and also...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Intelligence. The sovereignty of man lieth hid in knowledge. Wednesday, October 22, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

The /tomrf;/))/// of man licth hid in knowledge. Wednesday, October 22, i 384. 1?aut of the vexed question of the Pacific annexation is sottled by the Imperial Gov ernment having at length consented, to pro tect New Guinea. Tins beautiful island, so wonderfully rich in vegetation,'and " where . • every •'■•prospect pleases and only man is vile,!' when,'.wider 1.110 protectorate of Brit ain, will cease to bo the prey of lawless in vasion and oppressive treatment, either at the hands of British or foreign invaders. This English jurisdiction is to extend over the smaller islands adjacent to New Guinea, thus adding what in time may becomo valu able additions l.o her Majesty's possessions. From the accounts of the various explorers who have traversed the interior ot Now Guinea it is evident that all the products of tropical climes may find a congenial soil in most parts of this extensive island. Coilbe, sugar, and other plantations have already been started and hid fair to turn out. pro ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

ISinvraJ IVcslcyan BSiiml <»1' Efojui On Tuesday evening last tltc usual fort nightly meeting of the above society was held in (lie old schoolroom, which was com fortably tilled. The Ilev. Mr. Olden occu | pied the chair, and after Ilia opening oxer i cisos gave a very interesting ndilross, in which ho slated that lie believed tbo time was not very distant when the people in N. 8. Wales especially would return to parlia ment members who wore) in favor of local option. He also believed that, though women as a rule did not appear to dosire to vote (considering that only two voted at the recent Vigilance Committee annual election) they wore still very useful behind tho scones, in the way of inllnouoiug husbands or sweethearts in tho proper way of voting. Four now members wcro proposed and ac cepted. Eecii.ations were given bv Mr. Copp,. Mr. Skoltou, Miss Campbell, nud Mr. Bryan. Miss Duprof, read her original paporon " Home Influence and solf respect." Songs were given by Mr...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

METKOl'OlilTAX (>OSS 1IV (Fiiom oun ConmssroNUHNi' " Cmka.") Tim opening of the first oight miles of railway to tllaw.arra has been tho chief subject of public gossip during ■ tho past woclc. The wiso oomiugling of pleasure with business renders such events interest ing and pleasant. What is moro delightful than a jaunt into tlio country on a beautiful day in plea sant companionship ? The weather Inst Wednesday smiled most graciously on the on the excursionists who enjoyed their trip through lovely landscapes to tho sccno'of the ceremonial in honor of unitingcharm ing ITnrstvillo with steady old Macdonald Town, tho connecting link extending to George's Hi vor'j Sydney of courso being tho venerable parent who gave tho bride nway, but with whom a constant communica tion will bo kept up to tho mutual advantage of father and child. Tho new country opened up for transit by train is rich in scenic bounty r undulating lands, glimpses of distant lulls and shining river, forming a pamoran...

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Primitive Methodist Sunday-School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

Primitive Methodist Simda.v-School Picnic. The annual Iron I in conncction .wil.li Hie Primitive Methodist Sunday-school, Bowiul, was hold ill Mr. Illusion's paddock lust Saturday afternoon. Un fortunately: for nil, and especially forjlhe youngsters, the weather .turned out luthev damp and nn favor able;, and nffcpr being on the groniut a few hours the rain caused 11 Koneral dispersion of portions to their rcspcctive h.unes. The children met at tlio school room about two o'clock, and having formed in pro cession to 'ho number of about forty or fifty, and accompanied by their teachers and the Rov. Mr. Jennings, marched to tlio gromnf .whore'Uib picnic was hold, several of thn elder children carrying attractive banners. While the weather remained fine the youngstor'n enjoyed themselves in all tlio juvenile sport1! and amusements inseparable from such happy gatherings. 'I'lioru was no iii(!eti:ig of any kind in the. evening.

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Bowral Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

ISowrai Wic millers!and that t.lic socretiirv or tho TSiwral Club lias boon instructed to communicate with the secretary of the Bowml .School of Ai ls committee with a viaw o[ soliciting co-operation in organising a picnic anil concert, on the I'riiute of Wales' Birth day ill culohratiou of the eknijin at tlm Bowra! Club room, iho lonn of live months, for which it was established, expiring at Uio end of ihis month. II, is expected Iho niTair will bo zealously supported by the public, as there are no sjioi /s of any kind an nounced to tal(o placc in Bowral on that (lay.

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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

CUlMtHXT EVENTS. Sixty acres of crop Imvo been destroyed by grubs on one farm in Victoria. An expedition composed of 50 Americans has been organised to explore Now Guinea. Mrs. Hampson, the.well-known evangelist, sailed from Sydnoy for Now Zealand on Irriday last. At. Ilalranald last Saturday tho thermometer rq gistcred 98 degrees in tho shade and 138 in the ; sun. A Jockey Club was formed at Silvorlown last week, and botwe'en £200 and ;Gi)00 was subscribed towards the lirst meeting. Tho death is announced of Mr. T. D. Sullivan, M.P. for 'Woslmoath, and for many years a promin ent supporter ot tho Homo Ilulo parly. The Hon. Aloxandcr Stuart continues to improvo satisfactorily. On Monday he wa'i reported to be much stronger, and in otlior rospcots very much boiler. Tho death is announced, at tho ago of 89 years, of ll.11.li. tho Duko of Brunswick, v.'lio is also tho Duko of Cumberland and Toviotdalo in tho British Peerage. A prosccul.ion is to ho instituted in Melbourne to test t ho ...

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ALLEGED FLOGGING OF TWO BOYS AT NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

ALLEGED FLOGGING OP TWO BOYS AT KARRAMI. In tho Assombly last Tuesday Mr. A. G. Taylor, under cover of a motion for adjourn ment,said another matter to which lie would draw attontion was tho neccesity for tho Crown taking steps in regard to a case of flogging at Narrabri. This Legtslature had proposed to adopt flogging as a punishment, and it was time thoy began to see how they were helping to brutalise the nation. A squatter at Narrabri, a Mr, Moseley, who was a magistrate of the territory, was in tho habit of holding cricketing parties oil Suu days: : On> a a ■ recout occasion.-- lio sent or dors to two j'oung boys employed by liim lo go and scout. Tito boys would not do ho, mid this magistrate forthwith lind them put into a room/stripped naked, and gavo thi'm ouch 11 switch mid ■■told thuin to /log each other. Tlioy refused to do this, and Mr. Moseloy then look down a riding-whip mid' fioggod i.lio boys 1'ar moro crnolly, and witli» Tar mora stripes, than if they had boon, whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

.INTELLIGENCE ib published at Bowrnl . EyERY WEDNESDAY MOIOJINfi, ,rind-lias,a largo circulation throughout the electorate.: •>, s i Subscription, !2s. per quarter, or Or; Gd.por annum, ;; payablo'in advance. 11 booked, 2s. lid. per quarter ; will bo chargcd. j&Thoqnartort! oittl March 31, Juno 80, Septombor 30; and December !)1, at which periods only .can-nub-;-, scribors dcolino, by giving ono week's previous notice in writing, direct to,-the. office, an(l paying the 'amount duo to-tho and-of the currontqimiiciv Mow subscribers will bo received nt any- time, ancl ohargod . only from tho period at which they commence. ; s / v Aj>vi;utihing :— Adyqrtif.omonjs are charged -for at'-tho following rate each insertion Sixpuuco por; linoi.un>,to "five lines; ono inch, 8s.; every additional-lEch/, Is.> lid., ■ with a reduction of ono-fourth for IJiirteon consecu tive insertions, and of ono-third for twenty-six in- , l sortions. Announcements of Births, Jlarrijiges, am I...

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A Shocking Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

A Slsockisig TriisetEy. iNTKMiHiENCK has been received in l.'uncrnlore of a most outrageous minder which was perpetrated in the village of Chiokamiikpallu', in the taluk of Nola vangahun. A villager accompanied by his sister, was cn route to Bangalore. Doing ovr.ctiken b_v night, and as the weather was ' threatening, they accepted the ho«pitalily of agowda ant) hiiioightsonB, tho only residents of tlio village or Chickn naikpallu. Hero l-he guests appear to have been properly treated, and, after partaking of a meal, all appoare.l to have retired to rest. It is then reported tlint at midnight tho unfortunate woman heard a conversation with the gowda and his sons, in couswpicnco--of which •slio stripped herself of the jewels she was decked with, and mado, them over to her brother for safe custody. The latter then appears to have left the house, and on his return fouud his sister weltering in a pool of blood, with her abdomen ripped open with some sharp instrument. Before the cruel mnr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

SPRING, 1884. PRINTS, PRINTS, PRINTS, Sateens, Zephyrs, Cambrics, Drillets, and Galatea Stripes. A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT, Comprising tho NEWEST SHADES and DESIGNS. 250 PATTERNS to soleot from, and a GREAT VARIETY IN QUALITY. - - >x■ ' • - THE PRINTS BEGIN At 2/4 THE DRESS. v Also, a VERY PRETTY ASSORTMENT of oLhor DRESS MATERIALS, including Nnn's Voilings in fancy stripes, and all the favorite tints ; Figured and Plain Lustres, * " Mohairs, Carmelitos, Caslnnores, Serges, and llomospuns, with broohes, laces, and buttons to match. The Millinery Room is Fully Stocked with all the Newest Shapes in it ATS and BONffETS, FRENCH tind ENGLISH FLOWERS and FRUITS, FEATIlERS, ORNAMENTS, , LACES, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS,* &o., And is under llio management of, a Thoroughly Compotent Millmc f§8s|S8§SlStilllMttfiS6ilpl§iit|llM^ Thoro is also a very Choico Selection of Ladies' Broclio and Lace Dolmaus, Capos; and Fichus, Laco Collarettos in the newest designs, .Ruillmg in whito, cream, apric...

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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Monday, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

■ MITTAfJONCJ I'OLK'S'j COIJHT. Moudny, Octobcr 20. Bkfoius jrr. Wilshira; P.M.. anil Mr. Childs, J.I\ Jnmes M'Cnnn v. William Hudspeth. Plaintiff claimed £7 Ills.',)(!. for washing and iron ing for defendant.. Mr. Good fellow appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Nichols for I'o'endant who hud paid iM 10s. iuio court, in settlement of llui claim. 'Mary M'Cann, wife of James M'Cann, deposed that, between tho 8th February ami Hth July last, she did tho washing and ironing for the defendant and his family for which she claimed £7 13s,:i)d., being twenty-ono weeks at Iho nito of 7s. (id. per woolt: [This was tho amount actually claimod, Imt tho corrcct figure—21 weeks at 7s. lid.—should ho .17 17s. lid.] defendant offered plaintiff £!t in settle ment of Hie doht which she refused to lake, and sub sequently refused .IM 10s. which dofondant also of fered her; it. (oolc about ono day and a half each week to do Iho washing and ironing ; before Mrs. Hudspeth died plaintiff did the washing for the ...

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HOW TO SPOIL A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

How to Hroir, a IIubhanii. Snarl at hint. Hunpack him. Kind fault with hi))i. . h'eop mi untidy houso, Boss him mil of his boots. Humour.Iiiin half .to death. | Always have llio IiiFt won I. I 13o extra cross on wash tlivy. Quarrel with him over Irilles. Vow venfiuuncfi on his relations. Novcrhiivo meals ready in time. Eun bills without his knowledge. Let him new tliu bullous on his shirts. l'ay 110 attention to the household expenses. Give us much as lie can earn in,ft month for a new bonnet. Toll him plainly as possible that ,you marriocl liiin for a living:. IIni.se a row if ho dares to bow pleasantly to an old lady friend. Got everything the woman next door gets, whether you can afford il, or not. Provide liny soi l, or pick-up meal for him when yon don't expect Htraggcro. Tell him the children inherit all their nicaii traits of o.haraeter from bin aide of llm family. Let it out sometimes when you aro vexed that you wish vou hud married some other fellow that you used to (jo wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

C. SHAW, General Gnocuit, DiiArr.n, -Iiioxmoxcuhi, (to., Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL. . 2 BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM, Main-street, Mittaoonu. • W. HUDSPETH, PROPRIETOR. A LL descriptions of Boots and Slioo.s always on jc\. s band atSydnoy prices; Repairs ; neatly, and. promptly exconted; now olastio put in old' boots .equal to tbc original. <1 TO ADVERTISERS. Y^ONSTITUENTS forwarding advertisements to' Ibis, ollico will kindly notify whether tlioy are to appear ; in. the Free Press or Intolligenco, or in iiotb journals. . >. > . '. ' t i; r Advertisements intended for insertion in tho Freo. Press; should renolr ua not later than 12 noon on< ■ Fridays ;;and those intonded for insertion in Intolli genco not Inter than 12 noon on Tuesdays. , ,W. .& I). L. BEER, Proprietors. Free Press & Intelligence ofllco', Bowral. • ' t A. RITTER, :;«»-#PjiiNTEn;;G^iraiu pEoo'i^TBn, :(So.j i\.e, o ' Argyle-sticetf MOSS VALE, and Bong Bong-sti cot, Paperliapg...

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FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

^wyigijaiirwCTTaaiaLifj^iK'jaMWiiy/BMtwaaMgmxgMcjfa I TACTS,'.' FUN, AM> FA NOV. The Masonic order has about 1)0,000 lodges throughout the world', and not (iir froiu l{i,000,Q00 UlOlllllRl'H. , ' . A horse v. biayclo race for three miles in England . resulted in an easy victory for thelatter. Tirno, 8 min. HI son,' In paving eg<ts for early hatching ho carcful- to gather them before tlioy got chilled, as they will hutch with much 'router certainty. An irate Mexican challenged a man who acciden tally trod on his favouvito corn. Jf a .duel cornea off,' his opponent will know where to (hid a tender spot for a target. ■ : ; . An old farmer who wrote to an editor, asking how to gel rid of moles, and recoivod the reply' "Plough them out," answered back : " Can't do it■ it's on m'y gal's nose." ' ■ The future Qmcn of the Netherlands will bo tho richest woman in Europe, being heiress to £800,000 of her -Into biotlier,aud tho vast, private possessions of her father, tho present...

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SUGGESTIVE HINTS FOR MARRIED PEOPLE. How go SPOIL A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

iSWCKSESTIVE JiHSTS F<f>3t 3I.SttKIHB> How go Sl-Ollj a .WlFJS, Snub her in company. Boss about her own affairs. Dominoeriovor her at liomo. ■» Find fault with her in public. Bo extra cross wliun she is tired. . Try hard-to keep tlio houso uiuirly. Always have tlio la:st word yourself. Never havu fuel to cook your meals. Navcr allow her to think hor soul is hor own. Ntfver givo in, uvoa it you know you arc wrontf. Never lend a helping hand wlum you know hIio is Kick. ' Quarrel with licr.one clay and humour; hcv the next. ■ Vow voiif»nancc 011 ■ all lierlonialo'Jriendti, ami annb all lior mali! friends. Tell her as plain m possible you iparried her to help to make a liviii|*. Never oiler to stay with :lho children bo shocan walk out with a frioMd. Him bills for cigars, whether r.he has a decent dross on her back or not. Pay; no attention ,to tlio household needs, • tlwm scold bceaueu the butcher's and grocer's bill aru so lnrjjo. Give as ltiuoli for billiards in a mo...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

■RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN 3KIT3HS rilOM HYDNKY r<> TITH COUNTRY. Mail 1'iuin loaves Sydney daily, Sundays e\coplc:l, ill 8 p.m.; Mittagong, daily, Mondays :excepted, ttti 12.30 a.m.; liowrul, I'J.'JB; and Moss Valo, 12.50. "" l'ASgsxanit Tiiain loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex cepted,'at 0 a.m.; Mittagpug, 1.25 p.m.; llowrnl, 1.85; Moss "Valo, 1.47. . Vl> TltAT.Vp l-liOM TOK OOUNTllJi TO SYDSKY. •Maii.Thais loaves Goullwrn daily at 1.10 a.m.; Moss Vale, 2.50; llowral, H.7; Mittagong, B.25; p.iTivca in',Sydney ut 'Passknouii ti'.mn' loaves Goulbuvn dnily, Sundays; oxefjptod, at 1.1 .a.m. ; Moss Valo, 1'J.50 p.m.; Bow nil, 1.12; Mittagong, l.du; arriws in Sydney ut 5.20. , A passengor train leaven Moss Vulo ovory morrt -ing, Sundays oxeepted, at 7.16; Dowval at 7.S0; rives in Sydney at 11..'10; returns from Sydney eve: y ovehing, Sundays uxeepted, at 5.8, reaching Jio\v:al at1.).18 and Moss Valo at 9.'10. ' The tourist train leavos Sydney every ■ Sutuvduy at 8.110 a.m....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

PRIZE COMPETITION. "E offer n cash prize of 5s. tor tlio BEST TV ]iSS/\Y for publication in the ]Jowinl Pico Press (not to cxcccil ona column in lciiRth) 011 "Tho liest way (o cnlehrnfe tho opening of the iJowial 1 Soliool of Arts." Competitions must reach our ollico not later than 1 MONDAY, 3rd November. Wo also offer a cnsli prize of 2s. Cel. for tlio host acrostic 011 " Intelligence," for publication iivlntolli genoo of 2!Hh insjtnnt. Competitions to reach ns not'Inter iliau MONDAY, 271 ii instant. Tlio name of the finccossful competitor will he 1 withhold or published as requested.' YV. & D. L. 15EKR, Proprietors.

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A Clever Artist. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 22 October 1884

A Clever Artist. A ctmiouH instance of tho practical valuo of art has ljceivfnrniHhecl by an English draughtsman who was travailing lately in Amorica as a special correspon dent of onoof tlio illustrated papcni. At Ohiuago h« wus onticorl into an oinptv house by some thiovcs, who, aftor drugging him, stole his wiit.oh, iiuvso, ami nearly all his olothoH,and loft him. Tho misoroants did not know, however, with whom (liny had to deal. As goon as ho came to liimsolf, tho viotitn returned to liia hotel, hastily 6lietchod from memory tho faces ot the robbers, arid liandod thorough drawings to tho police, who within twenty-four hours captured throo oi iljo ruffians and, recovered tho grcntor portion joI. the stolen jiropcrty.

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Court of Quarter Sessions at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

Court of Quarter- Sessions; at Moss Vale. i Mr. McGouiit, M.L.A., has received the i;following letter, dated 10th. instant, from ■the undor-seorotary, department of justice, Sydney :—Sir,—I have thehonour by direc tion of the minister of justice to. acknowledge the receipt of a petition foi'.warded by you to this department from the inhabitants, of Berrima, praying thati a court of quarter sessions uyiy be established at Moss ■ Vale, and to inform, you. the. matter shall, receiyo. due consideration."

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