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

DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land and Insurance Agent, llOltlSUTSON. ' 102 DR. W. MIDDLETON Can Ijo consulted daily at Mils. Gjiay'u, OASNonnuuv Cootaob, MITTApONG, ' 131 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL And K.isitosisms Taii, Wholesalo. J4 J. RUANE, 1 ' Stores, Nattai. J. G. MORRIS, Auqtioiieer, Property Salesman, Insuranco Agent, (Src., Ao., Opposite Railway Station, BOWBAL. RECEIPT BOOKS, QRDTNAItY Receipt BnolfS ant] RENT Jleceipt Books, ouoh containing 100; oh siilo at tho Free Picks Book and Stationery Dopot, Bp.wral. !)d, each. ' HEN&Y TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Laud, Estate, and Gonqral Commission Agent, MOSS VALE.. Agent lor "Victpria Fire insurance Company., JOHN WRIGHT, j\uoHouccr, Land and. Estate Agont.: All transactions in tho abovo lino will rceei,ve the greatest earo and attention. Address— MEDICAL HALJj, JjtATTAI FOR SALE, SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum- The best and; cheapest in tho district Loaded oij. Trucks nt Hill.: Top. Vor particulars apply to , J. J. PUANE, ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

Cricket. A. MHKTiNo of tho Uppor Mittngong 0. 0." was hold lit •. Mr. W. Whatman's on Saturday last, .Thorn was a good lUlondunco of members present, and stops wore - taken for beginning tho acaBon yory shortly. 'Wig ■ account from., last season was viiry. BatiBfaciory, allowing abulnnco to tho credit of tho club, and a . 'good supply of criukoting material, whioh inuludea.ft now ''.matting, bo that clubs visiting our eriokotoro will not bo placed nndornny disadvantage,. During • tho evening My. ILBudge, wna tho ■ reoipidut'ot n handsome silver trophy which was given by Mr, J. . Tioaoby as a prizo for tho best batling-avcrago'foi' the seasons 1883-i. Mr. Hudgo wiw also Ulo winner of tho bat presented,, by, Mr. j\L, ltico o£.Bo\vnil for • the highest single innings sfcoro in a- mutch ; and: Mr. W. i'ord won the bat given by the club.for tho • second highsst:b(iUiug.u.yorugo, tuid alpo .a.trophy ■ for bowling. Mr. Jno. Griffiths was ciioson prosi-. dent ot tho olub, Mr. H.itmlgo vice-...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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A Young Incendiary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

A Young Inccndiary. Doubti.ess a good sized'book might ho written about: the tricks school-boys have practised'to ?shirk school dutios,- but a youngster ■ attending' the ■ Giralambone ■ public school has developed an idea which .wo think must bode&mcd.an original one. It happened;that white Mr. JO. Jfoord, tho teacher, was absent from the School, ft.horseman camo galloping up to him, •: and atfttcd that tho building was; on fire.. Mr. i'oord hurriedly, repairod to.tlio scene, and. found a (ire blading alongsido tho school-building, which was speedily extinguished with u few buckets of water. Upon, investigation of the affair it was found, 'from the splintorod bits of pine boards and other inllam mable materials scattorod around, that an > attempt had -.boon- mado by some.person unknown to - burn down tho school-room. The matter was placed m tho (hands of the police, and a tracker traced foot steps to .the house of a young lad who wasono of .Mr. ltoordV scholars. The boy. ...

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The Northern Railway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

The--Northern Railway KxtcnsLon-... Mil', E. government inspector of brickwork, who has just arrived at the rail way, works.al Gor.foi'd, a tow,11,011 the llome buaIi-%\Jii,j,itfctLli extension, 1ms furnished its Avitli a. few. particulars of tlio place find works which, may, not prove uninteresting to hoiuo of.oui' r.eadcrs.. After taking his horse from Young- a.distance of. about throe hun dred miles, the. latter part of; tlio journey being by seat.ho finds on his arrival at Gos ford.that.it is not a.liorso but.a boat that lie. requires for. liimsolf. to. get from plnco- to place.. It appears that a portion, of . tho Sydnoy ond:of No, S'. section as far as.Gos-. ford:crossos-the bay at sovoral points, which points.are very-easily reached by. boats; whereas. to get.to them by land' would> in .volvo a.very long journey over rough and rocky country. Mr. N: , another of the officers, .lias liis own boat and may be. seen,occasionally sailing down tho.bay on duly- This kind of locomo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Guinea Protectorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

The New. Chiiiicii Protectorate. In r reply,- to a'qucslion, 111 the House of Commons i last; Thursday, tho Hon. A. Evelyn Ashley, Parlia-: I mentary.' UndeivScorotnry for tho Colonics, stated i - that it was Impossible at the present time - to define i the inland limits of tlio British protectorate about I > to bu established .at Now Guinea, but thojurisdicton-: of the Crown would be extended as far- inland d&j local circumstances demand. Xiio Hon. A. Evcly.i' i Ashley infoimcd tlio Houso that. European. csl>';lo><,i j liient' upoiiitlio island .".would Lo- prohibited for ;: ;;presontj and also stated that no agreement had.biqn? I;. Witerod into between (he British and German Govern-: " monts relative to tlio occupation of the northern, ' portion of New Guinoa by Germany.. lie further intimated that tho protectorate covcrcil British juris : diction over foreigners, and that tlio ultimate settle ment of aftaus in tho temtoiy undei Bnt'sh lulo would bo lef...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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OUR PRIZE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

OUR PRISE STORY. We desire to stato that we havo awarded to Miss . " Ada Golclsbv " our prize of ■ one guinea for tlio best original story for. pub lication ill IiUclUt/cnee. Tlio iivBt portion 01 the story, which is en - titled " Ethel Garland ; or, Undying Love," will appear in next Wednesday's issue. The writer of the tale, who liar), for rea sons satisfactorily explained, withheld her own name from the authorship,has been for a number of-years a resident of the district, which fact alone should largely increase the, public interest in the porusal of tlio story. We are glad to note that our efforts to promote a taste for litorature in the district have.not been altogether in vain. In addi tion to tlio prize story several others have, been received of considerable merit. Persons wishing to read the story..should forward -their namosto us as subscribers.be fore next publication I'riinitivc Methodist llissionary mooting r.t Bow rul:last evening. ; His; Lordship the Bishop of .Sydney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

JOHN G. MORRIS, Opposite Railway Station, Bovfral ; ALSO. AT' TILE. MART, OPPOSITE. OLD -POST-OFFICE'.. K'lJ.'IiL, S.T,0 C 3C,.- .O.FZ Seasonable Drapery, Clothing, Millinery; arid. TTuncy Goods. General Groceries of the best inakc3 and brnuda.. Ironmongery in alt its branches*. Furniture, Bedding, Paperhangings, Glass and Crockcry Ware.-. Window Glass, Oils, and Colors, &e. JOHN" a.. MOltKIB, AUCTIONEER AND PROPERTY SALESMAN;. Aycnt fw f jio aud Lifo Lis'uanco..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Intelligence. The sovereignty of man lieth hid in knowledge. Wednesday, October, 29, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

T]iC sovereignty of man licthliid in, knowledge. Wednesday,-. October, 29,, -1884;, The .period-during wliiph . it,was ; decided that ,tlie Bowral, Club , should remain in ox-* igtonoe expires on the 31st instant; and wo understandit. is not the., intention., of j'tbo committee to carry it on during the summer months ;: consequently-on Friday next the institution that:wasusbercd. into existence amid fche. entbiisiasm. of the Bowral -public will bocomo.defunct.. The demonstration attending -the opening ceremony .wa s of too ; elaborate a, character to be easily forgotton ; and as>wo,.write.wo. cannot • help , thinking first i. of. the. sumptuous repast, . then of tho chatty • speecbos-. and i entertaining songs that made merry-the evening of the formal opening of the Bowral Club. Nor can, wc refrain from aslciilg tho question, Has the Glubjbeen a success?,' To say .that it .litis, . orthat.it has not, is rnoro than we care about doing.- We would first of all like to know what succ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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A Story of Arctic Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

A Story of Arctic Adventure* I , A coiutBsi'ojwuNT sonds the Pall Mall Gazotte the > [following narrative of the ynVatioiiH suffoicd by va: ' i[Scotch whaler:—'" Now that.'so- much discussion j hna boon raised on Ilia subject of Ilia alleged can nibalism,in tlie Greoly expedition, some intorest may i lio felt in another dreadful story. of privation. mid danger,, whoro ft.similar temptation, was horoically resisted, as told b.y Jamos iSI'fntosh, solo survivor' from.ono of the-boatg of tho whaler Cliieftun. On i Slay 20 last the Chieftan sent out four boats iii chase* of a whalo, two of which, one- eouimantlcd hy Alex undor Bain, the liarpooner, lost tho ship, and fail i ing to find her, shaped' their course /Or Iceland.. Sorao days after some of Haiti's orew died, and i and: M'lntosh tlion came into. Bain's boat1, fromr the other to ant as steersman. Tho other only oc cupants of tho boat then woro Bain and'a seamen , , . named M'Gregor. On. tho following, day Bain thought ho saw l...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

To., Correspondents.; Mimosa.—'Your story, -" All for Love," lias boon ro c'pivod.*. Yon have not, however, fonranlcrl your name or, address whiclrwo shall require, not neces sarily, foe publication, bat, as n guarantee.of. good Iivifli;'. Ada i Gomisjiy.—Competitive . Story,, " Etlicl. Gar land ; or, Undying Love," received; also your os-1 say.on Tho.Best Way to open the Bowrai School ot Arts... You should have, written on one.sidn of the paper only, and been more careful in regard :to punctuation anil legibility. Your story awaits consideration of award, for .second prize of,half a guinea. •

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The Birmingham "Midget." [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

The, ESirniiiittiiniu " 'Somi;- extraordinary scenes wore witnessed 'at IJir- - raingham:on Sunday, August 2d, in connection with: ('the lunurnl :of tlie " Midget." 'After the death1 the> .'mother was anxious to-dispose of tho body to a. 'showman, hilt in order to defeat this objcct'tho do--' ( pulp coroner (Mr. Weeks) ordered ■.■tlie corpse to bo j ; undor: police. ■ surveillance. - until • after ■ the-"burial.." The coUin ot the " Midget" was 13J inchcs long, six inches wide, and 'JA-- inuhos decp,<and boro" the1 fol lowing inscription : " Lily Evans, : the-' Midget,'.' "died August the J8, 1884, aged six weeks' and' four ■ .days." . Crowds of' persons have besieged the house i 'sincc the inquest on Thursday. The coffin; 'which 'has been on exhibition, had drawn far greater audi-; ences than when tlie " Midget," was in, the hands.: 'of the showman. Early in tho afternoon on-Sun day n mourning.coach drove up to the house to con-. vey tho rcmuins to tho Birmingham Ceme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY, MEETINO of persons intorcBterl in the for J^x. ; niation of ft Liiornrv and Debating Soeicty in ''Howral* will': liu held in Hachelors' Hail (Into. pout office) 'KUIOIUIOW.(Thursday) ■EVENING at 7. 80 o'cjock. : '' , .iunieijI>. UEER? 8,; Hon. Sec. pro tcm,. PRI&E. COMPETITION;, "Vt7"E offer a- cash prixa of. 0a. foe tho.. BEST *V> ESSA Y 'for publication in the Bowral l'rco JJross (not to exceed;ono column, in .length) on "'The best way. to., celebrate the opuning of tho ljowral School of Arts."' Competitions must vcachiiour; office,nQt later than MONDAY, 3rd November... Tho name of tho. successful competitor will.; be wilhheld or published as-requested, v \\\. A D. L. BEER; Proprietors! PRIZE,STORY for FREE PRESS, "\TTITII • a view of promoting ami., encouraging 'tii''. literature, in the district, and from a desire, to improvo.our journals by tho publiqation of original articles, wo.hjivo decided to oiler a pi'i/.o of' two guineas for,...

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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER. III. "If this be love, tell me how much?" [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

DAISY LATIMER:;, 0«i." ( ' . F0R;LpVE OV-WlCALTH. QHAPTI2H. III. ,M If this be loyo, toll nio how, much .?"• And, was lie false and fickle? Had lie indeed Qlily jnade.tho appointment, so full of meaning, qjily to break ij; wantonly, and cause,a young' trusting heart acute anguish, the, "keen pain.. of wounded pride:.; and .huvt> affec tion ?. Was Ivo.Stephens.capablo of such deceit? ■ Men have been, so, but ho was not. His. heart was Daisy's own. He loved her truly and woll; but in the few, hours which interviewed bqtween their parting in.the Rogeiit's Park and his as signation in.Mulbury Road, he' had goao tlirough a.iiory oidcal. Returning to .his lodgings, he-found a, friend waiting to.seo him in his, studio, a friend by name .Reginald Vanej' a rockloss, extravagant youth, _ yet onco for whom Ivo had a warm re gard.. ' As ho swung back the curtain, which voilod: the door of his studio, and ontered to.perceivo a j young r man< reclining, in; Ivo's arm-chair and ■ smo...

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SELECT POETRY. Coming Home at last. (On the proposed removal of the remins of John Howard Payno, author of "Home Sweet Home," to his native country.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

S, E. Ii. E. C T> I* O E T It; Y., Coming Home at last., By Will Cakleton.. (On tlio.proposed romovnl of llio romainfi, of John, Howard l'ayrio, author of " Ilomo Sweot.IJqmo,"'to liis.nntiv.o country.), o; ; Tub banishjuent was overlong, But it will soon bp past: Tlio irinn who wroto Iforau'a sweetest song, Ib coming homo at Inst I For years lus poor abode was seen In foreign lands alono, And waves.lmvo thundprod loud botwoon, ' This singor.nnd hia own. Bnthowill soon bo joufnoying, To friends aoross tho sea ; And grander than.of any. king . : Iljs.wolcomp hero shall,bo 1, Ho cannot oomo.with oheorfnl brow,, And,step of conscious pride ; Ho will,not hoar llip tributes now That fall o|i every sido.;. ^ And whon. wo tell him(how his rich. Sadistrains our heart havo sought,, Ho cannot tell the prico at which The .yearning words woro bought I, And silently, this man must come Unto.the waiting throng— Who gavo atruinpot voieo to Homo,. And thrilled the world.with, song !; IJo,wandere...

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PRIZE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

I'IMZE COMPETITION. Ouit'prizO'Of 28..Gd. for the best aorostic om Intelligence baa been awarded to Mrs. Baker,, Bundanoon,; for. tho following ingenious, double acrostic:— ■ Tho primula and finals, both road downwards,.■will! give tho answor to this acrostio—" Intelligence.''" It. will also bo observed' that' each'word spoils back wni'ds.and forwards ftlilco.' 1,.a personal,pronoun ; 2, part of : tho day ; •. 3; a>. town of Now South,Wales; -1, a femalo slioop ;; 5, . smooth, Hat; (!, saiuo.asfi; 7, a French adverb;: 8, u river of .Victoria';" 9,. a femalo Biblical name .10, a town in Mcath (Ireland); 11, .relating; to.ai, city; 12, part of the face. ■■■' : I t N oo N," '1' umu T' E w. 13. Ii. eve.' ■ Ij. . L eva- Jj. I' 0' ], It, ienel. G 13 v 13; N avai N •' C ivi. C 13 y 13 We have also received the folio wing I n the long middle ages ot darkness .I wot,; N:ews was eagerly sought for, but hard to bo got.1 T hough people asked ever—" What does the.world 1 say,?" ■■■■:■ 13 vor ...

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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

!/ifer:iry aii<ri>cl>;iU»!J Society. Attention is flircotod lo nniulvorliaoiuont in unotlwr • column nniiouuciiiK that a meeting will bf hold lit ;■ JiacliulorH1 Mall (late post-oilioo) this (WortncHday) i uveniiiK at 7,30 o'clock, for llio pnrposo of .establish ing a literary uml,debating Rnoint.v in Bowrul, Wo : liopo . lo bc'o 11 !nt)}0 iiltoniliiiicu of poisons ill tlio • mooting ami tlio successful formation of.u (ilnlj'of so i useful n clmruutor as tlmt referred to... Oun.. prize, story, will bo. comwoucod • in * uoxt weok's Inldliyunco.. Indionatfon meeting respecting the Hob-. ertson railway at Burrawang lust cvoning. The new AVosloyan parsonage atBowral i is completed and ,tbo ]$ov. C. Olden -has jiisb. removed thereto. Bowiur, and Moss Yalo • wore •well -.reprc- s-. sontod ,.at the railway mooting at Burra- - wang yesterday eyening., A jihhtlnc. of the coinmittoo.of the Bowrall School of Arts will bo hold this,(Wod«esday/.t afternoon at four o'clock,. Tliu...

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The Picton Lakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

Tho Picton Lalccs. Ik adescriptivo catalogue of ilio Dnnhnm I Courli Estate, issued by Mossvb. Gibbs, Slml lard, anil Company of Sydnoy, tlio letterpress 'matter is, says'tbo. 8.'M. JTmtM,'printed in ■two. colours.: and is accompanied by. several lithograph views aijd plans of the estate. Denliam .Gourfc.stands on the brow, of one the hills wliioli form, the basaltic rnugo, ris ing on tho;-wcstof- the lino,- which, are m®t with1- soon niter the-railway,tntrelloivleavos the- old- towiirof. Livorpool, and fdoug the foot of which the southern,railway .winds,fbr miles, until it begins to mount the table land abovo Tioton, and ascends gradually to an elevation of. over 30001't., abovo sea level. It is justly observod that among thenatural wonders along this line, within oasy access, perhaps the greatest is -the, Pictoti Lakes, within lialf-a-mile of whore the train stops to water. " Hero is a large like,: crescent shape, .800 vfeet abovo sea levol, over a mile in length with .a depth of ...

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Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

Tenders.;Accepted;.. • Tire following tendors for the conveyance of mails, from the lnfc ,1 miliary,. next, have baeti accepted by the (jovonimeuli:— To uml from railway station mid pont-oll'ico, JIoss ■Yule, fifteen limes or.oftener a wee!;, including the clearance of tlio letter receiver at the. railway station oncc ri day.—Luke .Miiloin?., conveyance .drawnljy one horse, !i years, ,(.'05 pur annum... To mid from post-ollice, Moss Yule nn<l Borrima,. 12 ' times a week—Timothy. Ilegarty, hornnback, 3 years, JL05 per annum. To mill from Moss Vain and Sutton Forest,'on ar rival of,morning train from Sydney Bix limes a weak —Timothy Hej/arty, horseback, three .years, £80. per annum.. : Xq and.from .Moss.-Vale, ■ WnrrawanR, Robertson, Janiberoo. and Kiama, six times a week-.—Owen Maloneund Patriok Cflbill four-wheeled vehicle, one or more horses, ii years, £d00 per.annum. . To and from Moris .Yale, Yarrungu,. Barrentjarry, Kangaroo .Yullnv. Oainbewari a, and Is'owni, (i time...

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Relie of the Seventy Flood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

of tire Seventy Flood.'; A i'ahty ofi miners at Aiuluon .a Tow vdays ago un earthed an^ongino which ,was lost: in tho Hood of 1870.' Tlio ongino was tho properly of Mr. F. 'Wiso, who, after it "was,carriod away .by tho Hood, offered ft , largo Toward lor. its recovery. It was unearthed in . ,thc hod of the crook,-; twenty foot of-oartli must lmvo < oovered it. AVith tlio exception of.a Jittlo rust; tho > engine is none the worse for its fourteen years inter- :; Ul|!Ut. -Briudwood News..

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Lion Taming Made Easy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

Mon Taming illsulc liasy. We learn from n London paper Hint, the liifest iipp! t cntion of. electricity is an invention niado in tho interests of lion-taniors, which consists of an nppn ratus of grunt power, shaped lilto ft slick', about il.J foot in length. Mr.. Knuspaoh, thoinvenlor, is a Hon-,, tamor hiniRolf, who.lias been "a good deal worried" during-a long nnd professional,career.. Ho hasal ready oxporinionled with it upon tlio denizens of tho ■ cages in his nioiiagorio, nnd rolaloa tho dilToront ef fects upon tlio brutes; Throoof his lions receiving tho shock immodiiitoly showed'signs of the greatest torror. 'J'lioy woro seized, with troubling nnd growled fitfully- Tho tiger was nioro-_ quickly sub ■ duod, became stupefied, and.crouched in the eorncr of tho ongo. Bruin, was inoro rofractory. to electricity which seemed scarcely to. nlToct him. Ho would growl liridisliow, his.toolh,'bnfr,was subdued, aftor re pented diBcliargos. Tlio most astonishing effect,, howover, were per...

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