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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

CATTLE' AND. SHEEP: JJatiis for conveyance ol oatUo (at por truck) to Hcunobush ara na follows:—From Gonlluini, ;L'4 -ls.j Mnviilan,'JJ3 10a 8d; Mobs Vale, £2 12s; flowrul, £2 8a ; iUiltagong, £2 (is; Pioton, £1 10s. Eatea, for convcyauco of sheep (at jjoi- truck) to Homabush ara as follows :—From, Goulliuin, J2313s Id ; Mariilan, £3 fia 7d; Moss Vale, £2 12b j Bowral, £2 8s; Mittngong, £2 Us; l'ioton, Jjl 10s..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS Is 'published every SATUIIPAY MOKNINCI. Suusoiiii'TioN's:— Sixteen Shillings (Mis) a year; or Js per qtinrtcr o Ihtco months,payable in advance. If booked, 4JL per yearj ov 5a ]>vr quarter. Quiirlors end March pi, .Juno SO, September HO, December 31, (it which periods only ean suliaeriljors decline, by giving a week's notico in writing direct to the 'oflieo, and paying to tlio end of ilia tbpn running quartor. AuvHimsixn:— Advertisements aru clmvfied for at tlio following Tftto oaeli insertion :—Sixpence por lino tip to five lines; pne inch., .'is; overy additional inch, is G.d, with a leditotion of onc-fouiih for thirteen conscoii- I live insertions, and of oua-third for twenty-six I insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, ! find JJwtth'ii, 2s 6'd ciich. v No advertisement booked under Is. (id, Advertisements sent to the oll'ico without notifying Iho number of insertions \yill ho continued nt adver tisers', cost vntU tin order is received to sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

"O' you want tn enjoy many overlings'good aolitl Jt ' entertainment and amusement, vo.ad " Sittings," one of tho most amusing, instructive, in teresting, and brightest works in print. Contains extracts from the most popular authors. Trice, 2s. Or read "l''unny Bits," full of facts, nnd fancies, fun and fiction; a journal for the grave ami gay; tlio merry and the wise. Price, Is. 9d. At the Free Press Boole and Stationory, Depot, Bowral. . /CHURCH OP ENGLAND Hymn and Prayer. \J Books; Wesley's I-Iymns, and Sankey.'s Hymns with Music. Just opened a supply of the above at the Free Press Ottice, Bowral. Berrima Coal-mining' Co., Limited. EEST Housoliold Coals now solling.at 8s. Cd. per ton Truck. Gd. per ton. dipcoun.t; allowed on all accounts paid within. seven days "of ■ ■account rendered. HALPH BRIDGE, Agent, 252 ' Bowral; A. AITKEN, SaDDLEU AND, HaHNUSS. " MaKKR, Bong Bong-streot, BOWKAL. 187 BOWRALBRICK COMPANY; ^PHE abovo Company has. for Sale first-class JL BRICICS in any, quanti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

Forthcoming recess will probably not exceed three v/oelts or.a laorith. Tho Kgyptian Government has.decided to, reduce tlio native army to 8000 men. j Xlip cowjivmilqi: of tho Fronoli forces- at Tonquin i has demanded li reinforcement of 10, 000men from | Franco. - ■ - " -- ■ = The Victorian Government has paid dnma'ges on account of the .Tollimont and Hawthorne railway accidents to the extent of £22!),010. i A terriilic storm passed ovor tho city on. Tuesday afternoon. Tlio lightning was very vivid, and rain fell-ifi.torainte for about half-an-hour. ' One • house in "W ooloomooloo "was struck by lightning, and con siderably damagod.: The initiates escaped with. a slight shock.' Tho storm wn5 very severe at New castle, ond damage done by it to various, buildings is estimated at ubout JB3000. ; Public Opinion.—On almost everything created by 1 nature or manufactured by the skill of man there is a : advorsity of- opinion. Sometimes the'eontrasts are so . manifest and 1 striking 'tis t...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

COMMERCIAL. Sooth Coast ash Wbst Camohn Co-ovriutivh OoMPANV, IjIJIITKII. Unttor, lnt, per lb.,7d lo ',1(1 „ ; iiiui, unsnloiible Uncoil, boat, Morimbulii lmiul cured, Oil to 10<1 „ best, mnoliinn imrcd, H:l to Oil „ lienvy ami louuli, fid to 7d lliuus, bent Meriinbnlii, linnd cured, 10J to la „ machine cured, 8d to lOd Ltu'il, fid to 7(t Checflo 1st, per lb., Oil to 8(1 „ 2nd nml inferior, 'Id to fid I'ius, alivt, pur lb, 5Jd to Od Ortlvcs,'o,io.b, Sit Otl to 30s Od llidos, per lb, i!:l Calf slims, .ouch, 1h 11 1 Tallow, yor ton, il'iH Ok to £.'11 10a Mai/,o, pur busliol, >ln 10il lo fin Oil Hay, outun,por ton, £() lOHto ,C7 10s OcV ",, Itiocrno, do., .C.'i Oh lo JM 10s Od 1'otiilpos, do., ;C8 Ort to .U',1 On Od , Fowls, per pair,'Is (VHo-Ih Utl Ducks, do, fin 01 to ti.s ild Gcoho, do, 8« 0.1 lo !)h Od Turkeys, do, 12h Od to 18b Od I3«H8, ])or doz., Is Od to Is '2(1. Oolober 2B, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

WANTED uii APPRENTICE la llm Gouchbuild nig lmniiioaii. Good chance lor u smart lwl. Apply I'. Wylio, IJowral. . ..la!}, TO LET, "OOmi-BOOMRD BB1CK COTTAGE "lit North .H. Uowral. For particulars, appjy oJlico of thin papd'. -. Bfi'l CRICKET. ,4 MEETING- of-Mombora of the Bowral Cilokob. Club will bo hold in (Jit) School of Arts on I1'IMDAY EVENING, nuxt, Hist 'insliutl,, at 7.!i0 . o'elool:. . ■ , !)U'J D. ELLSMOBE; Hon-. Sho. THE WONDERFUL. SONG BOOK,. C10NTA1NS Comic Split's, Funny -lokoB, English,, j Irish, Scoteli/- and. Spuy&ong#,' Itccitatioiw,' Dark it; Drolleries, Minstrel Mplotljus, wul Fminy' Niggqr Nou'oiia.' 320 pages, 'Price Is. Oil; n't thai Free Press Hook and Stationery Depot, Bpwiul. \iyt, post 3 p. Kid. " South Qqast . and \^'csfc Camden,. Co-operative Cpm]5anyv, (Ltd.), Oomnieroial Stores, SusBox-HlrdOt, Sydney. ' HEW IS SITE or SHARES;. "jj~^ISTS will oloso on,lsvc NO.YEMBJ3B, proximo. • JOJUI G1UHAM, Ma.va<h:ic. Sydney, 21st October, 1.8SJ. 35...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of ICiwInnil. Sorvicoa to-morrow, Octobor '20 Bong Bong, lit 11 HfoHH Vftlo, ill U nnd 7 Mount Aftliby, nt 8 ■ Sutton Forest, at 8

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

St. Simon aniv St. ,Tiii«'b, Bowiul. Divino Sorvico will bo hold (ivory Sunday iH 7.-15 n.in., 11 n.m., and 7.30 p.m. Iloly Cominmiion.—I'irst Sum]ay in the month nl inirtiliiy Hcrvico; Bccontl ami fourth Sumliiyn nt tlio curly roitJco ; third Similny nt tlio , ovening Borvico. Children's Sorvico.^—Every Sunday at UioTiu'twnnsn nt ll iv.iri. ; Sumluy ot moiUh in iiio elini-ali at 3.3G i>.m.

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mm.s closo {ok all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Robertson . 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.). Mails nrrivo at liowral from' Kangaloon and Itobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays qxccpted.), Mails arrive flora, all stations South at 3.J10 a.m., daily .(Sunday a excepted.) Vrom all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) Prom Sydney, l'arramutta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The liowral Money Older OAicoclosoa at G p.m. ' l'ost Office hours from !) n.m. to ft p.m.', and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac.,, only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excoplod.) Mails oloso i for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays excopted.). Government Savings Banlt open from 9 a.m. to (5 p.m.

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

BEKRIMA: i On Wednesday lai'.t a severe thunderstorm broke over i the town accompanied by ruin iuk\ hail. No damage from lightning has ucoif reported. Tli'o thermome ter' whicli stood at OX* before tlio slorm full within ■linll an hour to tio*. The rain which was extremely ; heavy wns soon over for a time; but wo have had showery weather since. Petty-thieving bits been carried on lately to somo extent,, tlio articles taken being generally eatables, in tlio shape of poultry, Hour, potatoes, sugar, tea, and cauliflowers. - , • Tlio grass aroun.d here is looking splendid, and abundance throughout the coining summer is antici pated. .. October 23-.

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TOOK IT IN CRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

ramr- iT uT niiAfiiviiiifS. A coloijed man with his right foot bound up with numerous rags and cloths yesterday enteral a grocery on Woodward avenue ami asked for a cash contribution of twenty-five cents towards the erection of anew colored peoplo's church edifice. | " Wliero is it to bo located ?" asked the ! grocer. | "Wall Unit hasn't bin dun decided on i yet." I " What it is to cost ?" | " Haint iiggored on dat, sah.": i " Who is the pastor ?" I "Dun forgit, but I reckon we ljin find i one." "Who. i.s, th.o head man in. this, enter prise ?" " Do head man ! Woll Izo 'bout do head man, I reckon." " lam not satisfied with your explanation," said the grocer. How can 1 bo certain that you won't'appropriate the mon.oy to. your ' own purposes ?."■ " Am dat what bodders you ?" J. oonijess it is." "Well, sah we kin git obcr thatpurty easy. Instead of making a cash contribu tion just weigh me out two pounds of crack-: crs wid instrukslmns to - turn om ober to do 13uildiii' Committee. Ize ...

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RAILWAY TIME. TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

RAILWAY TIME. TABLE. PASSENGER T1UINS TO GOVERN. p.m. . f Ait* MiUagong I pepv 1.25 Bowrftl ■• V-'S I).m. ...,, f. ait. 9. Millngong | 1)o 9,10 Itowrul V-V. maii. and, l'ABSBKOKIi.. p.m. , (> An*. 32.10, Mittagoug | J)e 1-2.80 Bowrnl i, 12.88, Swokuay • Additional. ' a.m. .... . f Avr. : 12. ; . Mittneong \ j)ep- 12.10 Jjowrnl „ ■ 12-18

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. The Wcsleyan sorvico nt Moss Vnlo takes place nt 8 p.m. to-morrow as usual. A cheat amount ofdamago was can sod to tlio young fruit throughout tho district by tho bail storm last Tuesday, * ■Master T. Dunno, of Mittagong, has boon appointed pupil teacher at. J Ions Valo public school, vico Miss 13. Viles, resigned. Tim Govennont liavn refused an appli- I cation to have a lamp placed in front ol tho pout and telegraph ollioo at Robertson. Madame Woody cy's oleofcrio circus per formed at Moss Vr' r:i&st Wednesday evening. It is atinouncod to aypoar in Bowral shortly, i Ma. Tonuis Secry has boon oloctcd chair i man of tbo lJurrawang Vigilance Committee; Mr. NY. Barrett, secretary ; and Mr. I. Allot), treasurer.. • ■ It is notified in the Govrrmenl Grzelto of lGth instant that a prc-loaso of 1-1.70 acres ban boon granted to It. NV. Cordeaux, parish of liullio, Berrima. Pa^mamkut has negatived tbo proposal of the govevment for a mini of £1215,000 to bo placed on ...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

BERPJMA DISTRICT RACE MEETING. The nnniuil meeting of the Bcrrima District, Knee Club took place on tlie Browley course, near Moss Vale, last Tuesday and Wednes day. The attendance numbered about '100 on' the first day ; but, owing to the rain, was not so large on Wednesday. Mr. G. Prop per of ibe Royal Hotel Sutton Forest, bad a publican's booth on tho ground, and pro vided nil excellent luncheon for the public and officials. Messrs. W. J. Cordeaux. as judge; A. D. Badgery, as starter; C. Nic holson, as clerk of the course ; J. Wigiield, clerk of the scalos; and H. Taylor, secre tary, were. indefatigable in their oxortions to give genonil satisfaction in (lie performance of tlicir rbspectivo duties'. The following are the results of the various ovents:— FIRST DAY. Trial Stakes of 1 sov. ench wil.ii, 80 sovs. added, for till horses that havo never won | advertised prize of not exceeding JJO sovs. at time of cutrauco; winners (once) to carry 71bs penalty, twice or more,'lOlbs ; once ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. Wednesday, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

PARLIAMENTARY. "Wednesday, October 22. Is tho Legislative AR3omh!y, Aftor some preliminary business, Tho house wont inio committee' of supply, and tho consideration o£ tho railway proposals was ro stimed. The first item put was City extension, t milo 70 chains, JMu0,()0(). ' Mr. Ahugaif asked for somo information with ro spect to this line. ,1 - Mr. Dibbs said a plan, giving fall information, and showing tho courso which it was proposed tho lino should take, had boon laid upon tho table. From information lio h{ul. received, lie was now- in a position to state that tho probable cost of ronmn ing a strip of land for tho proposod oxtonsion run ning through Elizabelh-si.rcct oppoaito Ijelmbri: paik' to Liverpool-street, so as to conio out to tho west of the central avonuo in Hydo Park, would bo something liko £55,000.' Tho course which, tho line would take would bo as. followsThe extension commencing at the Bedfern terminus would puss over J)uvonRhii'e-strcet; thonco, at tho roar of tho...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adrersaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1884. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

Do m adrersnries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends SATWRDA Y, OOTOL'Kll 25, 338-1. CK1CKKT. A match, decided by the first innings, was played _at Bowral- last Saturday afternoon, botweou llio Bowral anil OakLinda (Mitta gong) clubs, The BowrnI men won tho toss nnd Sfjul; their men to the wickets'. Tlioy were ''all disposed of for 52 runs, J. Copp, and 1\ Lewry being tho highest scorors with 12 and 10 respectively to their credit. Tho opposing tenm succeeded in scoring only 4S before tho last wicket fell, of which number 18-were contributed by —Campbell, and 12 by II. E. Southoy, J. Montgomerie being tlio next highest with 8 to his credit. The . local team commenced their scoond innings with every prospcct of making a largo total. Time was called, however, when it was about half over, six wickets having fallen for 146. runs, of which number 5<L wore contributed by F. Grove, not out, 51 by A. 'Ellsmore, : not out, and 22 by T. Lewry. Tho raatoh was de...

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Thursday, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

Tbiu'sclfty, Ootobor 24. In Iho Legislative Assembly, After some preliminary business, Iho lionso went •' into committee ol supply. The item of South Graf Ion to Glon Innps, £2,000,000, was before the committee. The item was agreed to aftov a long discussion, on a division of 29 to 27. The item, of £1,980,000, Grafton to the Tweed River, via Casino, Lismore, and the. Brunswick, was carried on a division of 53 to 9. The next itorn, £700,000, Musclobrook to Cagsijis, was agreed to. On the item of £310,000, •Tarago to Brnidwood, being put, a division was called for, which resulted in the division being carried by 67 to 2. , The following items were agreed to:—Oundngai ; to Tumut, via Adclong, £500,000 ; Kiumu to Jervis Buy, £801,000; Buga to liden, £600,000. The item of Goulburn to Crookwoll £230,000, was put. Mr. Seo asked tlio mpmbor Tor Arpyle tnr intorma tion respecting this Htm. Mr, Llolborow proceeded to explain the nialtor; but some points of order wore raisi.1, ami tov a time t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

PEIZE COMPETITION. "VIT'E . offer: ft : cash ]'vi:'o of 5s. for the BEST T ? JiSSAY for ptiWiration in the 35owr.il Prcn Press (not to CaCooiI ono milnvnn iiv Jonpth) on "Tim best way to colobrale the opening of the Bowrul School of A Hp." Ct'iupotiiioiiH must reai:h our oflico not Inter than i JIOa'DAI', 3rd Novcmiior. j Wo nlso offer n ensh prism of 2s. (11. for the best acrostic on " Intelligence." for publication in Intolli ;C';noo of 20th instant. Competitions^ to roach us not Inter ihan MONDAY, l27lii instant. The name of the successful competitor will be withheld or published as veipicsletl. W. & B. L. B13KR, , ' : ; Proprietors.

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CUT OFF HIS NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

CUT OFF HIS l\TOSE, Paxil Varzkrau is a barber employed on the north Bide. Theresa Barsaloux, a comely, yoiing woman, lias long boon the idol'of.the tonsorial Paul. But while reciprocating-the affections of the young barber, she was fully aware that a few thousand dollars which she possessed in hor own right in a measnro placed hor abovoa liarber beau. While her feelings were thus nicely balanced, there ap peared upon the scene a young man bearing, tho prosaic cognomen of William Brown. He was a travelling man. His bold methods, of wooing were' more than a match for tho timid advances of Paul Varzerau, and he bid fair to win th.e. young maiden and her health. Paul saw this with many forebodings. One of Brown's attractions was a remark ably handsome nose, which waB a noticeable feature. Without it lie would have been no body, It was of the Grecian style, white as a pillar of marble, and as smooth. Young w.onjon have beey known to lose their hearts to a pair of eyes, to a handsome lio...

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BUN[?]ANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 25 October 1884

BUNFiANOON; DuitiNti tho past week wo luivc boon having semiine spi'in™ weather, and tlicro is every prospect of a splendid soil son. Storm.—Oa l'uosday afternoon a remarkably heavy shciwor or hailstones accompanied with a. de luge of rain foil here, Accidont.—The same afternoon (Tuesday) tho motor running on ISTr. Ual.er's triim, "between Ihe pit and I ho Biding, loft tho rails and mi ned eomplelely over through one of tho connecting roils breaking. Tho driver, Summers, had:a very harrow CHCiipe. A few hours suO'tced to replace tho motor 011 tho track. A groifc deal of sickness 1ms been prcviiiliiiK in and aronnji Uimdanoon during tho last few weeks. A spci.'iosof iniliioima senilis to booxtromoly prevalent. (Jno!;et.—Tho Dundanoon C. U. met the Moss Talc C. C. oil Iho gronr.d of ilic former last Salur duy. The game liad to be stopped owiny.lo a dciisri fog that eamo over tho ground whilatthoNimdanoon men ware at the wickets. .Tho only remarkable fea tures of tho Moss Yalo innings ...

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