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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

CAUTION. NY person found trespassing in any of my pad docks after thin dato will bo protoctilcd without respect of pereang in consequence of u mare and Xoill having recently boon killed.' It. I51UDG15, 378 Bowral. CAUTION. Il-U'IITCBY enn lion anyone ngn infifc pay in;; that I owo my lather money, I ho rami)' having boon paid Ihrcu yours ago. Anyone wishing to sac the receipts, enn do bo" at my plucc. ' ' '' G130BGR WILLIS, !!0fi Shcphord-slicut Bowral. TO C0JJT3ACT0E3 & OTHERS, rfflf'N'TVRI^a p,rn invilod for tho1 nroclion- of n J, "IMiKHHYTEHUN OHUllGfl at Mittupwig. l'lans and Specilii'iitioiiB to bo seen lit Mr. Kobcrt Niipinr'n, MiUiigang. _ '• Tenders, endorsed" .".'.IVmlor for. -Presbyterian Church."- to Im lodged with the undri-fiiijnod at or before 10 a.m. on Fill DAY, tho 7th November next. J. ,T. MoBOHKliTH, il-i;j Hon. Treasurer. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. rrpEVDEHS wili bo received at (he Police Oitino, .11 RIiihh Yale, until 10 oVdook a.m. on Tuesday, •ltli Novembe...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

C O M M E R C I A L. South Coast anh \Vi'.ht Camdkn Co-ormutivj company, Ijimitki). Duller, 1 Hi, per lb., Oil to 8tl „ 2ml, iinnnloiiblo Dnoon, host Mciimliula hand annul, !)d to 1 Oil „ best, innoliino cmod, 8d to 0(1 „ lioav.y niul roii^li, 5(1 to 7d Uihuh, IiohI Morimlmln, hand ourod, 10.1 to la „ nmcliino cured, 8d to JOd l.ard, 5.t tii 8.1 Cliccso Int, per lb., Oil to 8d ■ i, 2nd imd infcn'nr, -Id to Gd 1'iljn, alive, pur lb, fid to (ill .Gnlvot), eiich, 8fi Oil to 70*0:1 Hides, per lb, .'id OivlC Kliins, enuh, In 0<1 Tjillow, por ton, £2!) 0a to J282 0s( Jfnizo, por Imxliol, •!« 10d Jliiv, cnlcn. per ton, .-CO 10s to JC7 10s 0J „ Inferno, do., Ilil 10a lo .fcl .10a 0J 1'otnloos, do., ,C8 Oh to £!) Oh Oil •• l^wls, per pair, <lst Od to/if! Od Ducltri, do, 5s 01 to (in 0:1 Orobo, do, 8s Oil to !).i Oil 'J'urlco.VH, do, 10k (Id to 20s Od Egi?s. por rln>;., In Od. Oolnlwr !I0, 1881.

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

'PUTIIITIVU METHOD J ST MISSIONARY SOCIETY. On Tuesday evening lust the meiwI mooting of the Bowral branch of the above socioty.was hold in the P.M. Church. ' There were loss than '10 persons prosent. After devotional exercises, the.licv. 11. Jennings invited Mr. C. Bcimott, to'take tho chair. Tlio.chairman, alluding .to. the smail attendance, and to a circus'performing oh the opposito side of the street, sai<I; that iflie had-had his way about that moating, it would liavo boon postponed. , Ho then remarked that there nevor was a time in our history when wo should obey tho.Savioiir move than to-day.' Now was tile time to watch. When he i read the papers, and noticed the. way.iri which they wore dealing with Christianity,' lie allied himself what w.as he doing.for God t It makes one shiul.ler to contemplate the position, <?f the. cross of Christ in these days, l'or himself, the missionary moot ing had greater attractions than the circus.. Ilo could riot understa...

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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

MOSS VALE POLICE COUllT.-. Wednesday, Ootoiiru 29-.. Befodk Messrs. F. R.Wilshii'o, P.M., and B. P. Itidmrdson, J.P. SoHna Norris v. Hannah Barnsloy. Mr. Galo appeared for complainant autl Mr. Nichols for defendant. '■ This was an ussiialt caso, and both complninant and defendant wore liUlo girls, the forlner nine years of age anil the latter eight.' PiaintiJf deposed' that she attended tho public Bchool at'Sutton Forest, aa also did defondant; on Thursday woolc last as sho was going' homo'froin hcUooI defondaut throw a stono at hor which struck her on the ho'ad ; it was a piece of hluo metal of con siderable size; it cut a hole in complainant's, lint (hat produced) and inflicted a sevore' wound oh her head; defendant was about a dozen yards away when she throw the molal; complainant had been taken to the doctor twice to liavo the wound dressed. ; % To Mr. Nichols:.No one was throwing stones.but dofpndant; I did not throw any stones myself; I saw my brother throw a stone at a hricr ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. THE LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS, THE LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE. The object of the following observations is not to deny the existence ajpong the local op tion languors of ostiinubio men ami loading characters of the day; nov tp accuse the wise and good of being foolish and tyrannical; but to briefly point out their indiscreet mode of operations in their efforts to advance their cause. Cut no one can deny tho fierce and uncharitable intoleraneo of many of the cru saders against strong drinks, and tho traffic in it of every description. These opponents of intoxicants aud their yendors in toto would, if they could, swoop at once and for eyof. the whole liquor trade from the colony, regardless of tho rights and jus^ claims of tU,Q greater part of the community. Jn this course of action there would be much zeal without knowledge of .the truo results that would follow so unfair a piece of legislature. From tin^o to time tho i\dva catos of total abstinence and local option measures give us enohauting acc...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Gardening Information for the Berrima District. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Gardening Mbrmniiou for the Nomina-; District. Wj! lmvo mtiali pioautms in itif<>nui:r; om' tigi'icuUu-, nil rniilorg Llnvt wo liavo niailo uiTiijipuinonlR with an nxpcrimiuoil uml prnetioal Kmloiicr U> funii.sli tia monthly with ivit nvtiolu on gahloiiiny infoymition, Viliiuli will bo found.to,bo of esppcinl value [of'imloit crs unl fuvmoM in this dmtriot, inumuuuh us th'-y. .111 'C. intended npo«i:illy ' to nppl,v to our Moil an I oii-, ii'inlo, Tho lirat of ilio arlmlim npiiu.u's in unuilioi1 . of to-duy's paper. ■" .. ....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. , ■ At the ond of 1883 tliero woro 10,950 con stables in London. During 1883 there wero erected in Lon don 21,100 now liousos, covering a distanco of 6G miles and 81 j'ards. ' Shall I play " Over the Garden Wall?""! askod tho organ grindor. 'No,' replied the citizen *' I would rather you would play in the next street.1 No one will ovor shino in conversation who thinks of-saying fino things; to please, one one must say many things indifferent, ^ and many very bad. It is calculated that about ono ton of litera ture is sent in daily to tlio British Museum. Presonfc number of volumes 1,800,000, con-.; tdinod in IGO-milos of shelves. - Oharactor is not cut in marble— it is not something solid and unalterable. It is something living atd changing, and may • beooino diseased as our bodies do. It seems that tlio word "reverend" occurs but once in tho Bible, and that is in tho 9th verse of the lllfch Psalm; the 19th chapter of 2nd Kings and the 37 th of Isaiah arealike. In spoa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

CHURCH OP ENGLAND Hymn and' Prayer Books; Wcsluy's Hymns, and Sankoy's Hymns with Music. J,ust opened a supply of the above at tho Free Press OlViec, Rowral. Beriima Coal-mining Co., Limited, BEST Household Coals now soiling at 8s. Cd. per ton Truck. Cd. per ton discount allowed on, all 'account's paid within sevoii days of account rendered. BALES BRIDGE, Agent, 25(3. . * ' Bowral. BIRTHDAY CARDS, AN Immense Yavioty, at the Freo PrsBS Boole arid Stationery Dopot. W R. FARROW, CAIirENTEK, JoiNUH, UNDERTAKER, AND, GENERAL ' Builder, ' BOWHi L. MAUULAN; LIMB- at lowost prico. for,Cash,by tho bag or ton. 800 H; J: BRADSTOCK, GllRONOMETER AYATCn, AND, ClOOK. MAKER, Opposite.Bn;lway Station, I '' MOSS VALE. H- J. B> will visit Bowral- every Tuesday, and . may be seen at Mr. Jacobio's Tailor's Shop. Ordors left there during tho week will receivo atten tion. ' 82-1 THE; MISSES, GIBBONS/ Fashionable. Milliners ai»d. Dressmakers, Bong-Bong-str^ofr, BOWRAL. (Two doors from.tlip.Post-ofiico)...

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Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Down)I Weslpyan Baud of Hope., Tun usual mooting of the ivhovo sooioly was hold on Tiies'luy nvoiiitu; lust. In tho ub-ionco of tliu profii ilent dmiii;; tho early portion of tho ovun'mx, *5io ohair wns ooaupiod by Mr. l'\ Kawiu'd. A.ftur tho opening norvioi.'B Muster Brio l'cnnely (jivvo n rceila-. lion, " Norah mill lior f.vtlior," which wan faUmvoil by iv duet from Mhtsett Dnprez ivn.l MoMlchao). Mr. Gi-o^oiy nave n short nprech ami :v rocitation. Misa Harrison sung " Tho M"rry fimiBhino," and a young , friond rooitod " Onasiibiunoii." Tho company tliorr sung " Wo all want to visn." Mrs.13. Ueor guvo ft short a'liU'iiHH mul a reading. Mr. <T. <T. Campbell followed wiili ii song, " My oil wiio and I." Tho, .Tie v. 0. Olden entered when Ihn mooting was about half over. Ho thou huvq tho chairman's address. IJo fluid ho would at tluit timo lalto tho opportunity of Holioitin;; volimtucrti to lalsn tickets Tor tho. nnni-: vui'miry Itia-m'cotiiitf of I In: now chur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

DAVID MOFFITT, Atictioncor, Laud and Irmuvanco Agont, ROBERTSON. 102 A, AITKEN, S.AiJoriEn and JIah.vi;rs Maker, Bong liong-Rtrcot, BOWBAL. 187 DR. W; miDDIETOI? Can l)o consulted daily at Mns. Giiay's, Oannoniiury Cottage, MITTAGONG. 134 WOOD-PRESERVING OIL And. J\Eh03ENi3 Taii, Wholesale. J. J, JtUANE, ' < Stores, Nattai. J. G. MORRIS, Auotio^ee^ Pi;opq,rty S,Qlpsii\an, Insurance Agent, iS'C., Ac., Opposito Railway Station, BOWRAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Esluto, and Gpnqral CpjnwiBsion Agent, MOSS VAJjE. Agent for Victoria .Fire Insurance Company., JOHN WRIGHT,. Auctioneqr, I^and and Estatp Agent. ■ All transactions in tlie above lino will receive the groatqBt care and attuntion. A,ddrqs;!.— MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY; ''JIHH nhovo Company, has for Sale" first-class *JL BIUCK8 in any quantity. The usual discount allowud tor Cash. 295 G. GROVE, Manager. FOR SALE, SAWN TIMBER., Stringy Bark, Box, and Blue Gum., 'JJho bost and choapcRt'in the distr...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

CRICK UT. A .match, (IncMoil liy Mia flr.it inning, was pin ve<7 at Moss ViiloliiHtSiilurihiybctwoMi tho Howral unci Mokh Vnlo oltibs. Tlui latit'l* club won by ono rnn.thoBeorns lining Mow Vulc i.'l iiinl Howrrtl 12. In thoir hcooik! imitntftf Mna* Vnlo soorml H I runs, mi'l wlion timo wnu oulloj Uowiiil had lost font' w idiots for twisty, ono runs. ; A nmtcli, iiIbo ileciiloil by tho drat inning, waa pliiyml Inst galimlny lit. Bowral betweon tlu> llowrnl nnif Colo Vnlo olnbs, tlin former winning by thirty* ono runs, tho scores boing Dowial fia mi'I Colo Vnlo 21. Colo Vnlo put tojjnlhrr 80 in their hi'ooik! in nings, mill (Iio local otub 52 for tho loss of thrco wiokctfl, A match will bn played this nftornoon hotweon tho Itowrnl anil OnkliimlH (Afittngong) Clulm on tho Hiouml of tho latter. Tho following playiVrB will re present tho former oHili:—A. Rllumoro (onplnin), Himsi, A. fopp, T. Ijcwry, W. IJromiinf?. Tiimsit, F. Grovo, 0. Orovo, jnnr., II, I). Morton, 0. Kwi...

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

BOTVBAL. POST' OFFICE. . MAir.a.oloso for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays,exceptodi) For Kangaloon and Robertson, 2_ p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at-Bowral from Kangaloon, and Robertson, at noon, daily, (Sundays oxcopted.),' ' ' ' ' Mails WTivo from all stations South at 3.30, a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Prom all-stations-North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramattn, and all stations, \yest at 1.28: p.m., daily, (Sundays $xpepted.); . e The Bowral Mpnoy Order Office closes.at G;p.m. Post Offlco hours from 9 a.m. to 6: p.m., aijdi on Sundays, for doliyery ol letters, &o., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to. 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays oxeopted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to C Jj.m. •

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOJV NOV KM Mill. [Wiutten by an oxporioncod gnvdonor ox prcsalyfor the Jiowral l')ro I'lrsg,] Tnr. KtrotiEN (I.uima.—This will bo ft busy month. Potatoes limy nt.il 1 ho planted. I would recommend tho following varieties us they all do well in thin lo cality, viz: llrwn's River, Purple Eye, Asllleaf, Kid ney. Mnci'niiilinn'Hn. mvl Fh)Ve«, Keep the Dutch lioo lit work amongst crojiH that nvo showing above llio surface. Earth up advanoing crops and kcop theni freo from weeds. Row another crop of pens mid attend to slaking mid earthing thoBo already growing. Sow also another hutch of Fivneh beans. ■ Radish, lnltnco, onioiiR, nml om« filiould l>o sowivto Iteepagooi)simply of Ballad forBiinimor. Kavory h«rhs mich as !ma|i," inarjorum, tarragon, ami r.herwell should be sown now no as to ho dried mid stored for ■winter line. Plant out celery in oool weather; i.'ivn plenty of water mid how anolher hutch of Boed. For fttlnre planting pumpkins, cucumhan, nml melons of ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of JCnghuid.. , KovviwM to-morrow, Novcmlior 2 :— 6-.-i.im l^orcst, jjusH Valo, at 7 *

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

St. Simon and St. Juiu'.'k, Bowiiati. Divine Horvico will bo hold, every • Sunday* at 7/iti n.m., 11 a.m., ai«l:7.!IO p!m. • Jit>ly-'G'>«.".nmiion.r-l''ir8t Sunday in" Miq month at niklilay Horvico; Hc'cnnd in id fourth Sundays at the early Rorviuo ; third iiuiiilay at the oyening Kcrvieo. Children's Service.—Evory Simdiiy at 11 io Parsonngo at 11a.m.; hint Sunday ot month in tlio clmreli at S. LC ji.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

I>K3ZE "VYTE offer n cash prizo of ."s. {or tlio BEST 11 ESSAY for publication in the- Uowral Fioo Press (not to exceed ono column in length) oil " Tlio best way to cclebrato the opening of the Howrfll School of Arts." Competitions must reach oar oflico not later than MONDAY, 3rd Xovomtor. V • The nniue of the successful competitor will bo withheld or published as required. V>\ «t. D. h. BEER. Proprietors.' PRIZE STOItY for FEEE PKESS. \i7TL'H i\ view of promoting nud encouraging > V literature in (lie district, and from a dnsiro to improve our journals by tho publication of original articles, wo havo decided to offer a prizo'of two imineas for tho best original Australian Christmas story for publication in the Bowrnl Fieo Press, to commenoc on Saturday, 20th December. Competi tors will please obsorve tho following rules:— 1. The tnlu must not eseood in length twelve ordi nary newspaper columns, and must bo .written only on ono Rldo oTf tlio paper. 2. AH coJjti'ibutions tob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

The ([iiantitv of eiimrs consumed in (lormnny dm*-; •ing Hid punt, yoac amounted to tlio enormous total ot 75,1!!0,0!i01l.>3., while that ot tobacco in add; i inn readied 7;!,I3O,00Q11ik. ' • ; ' ' :, ■- V A recent advert isnirnt contains tlio following :—. " If tlio gentleman who hoops tlio Hho'e.storo wil.li. a ml jioail will I'oUirn; tho. umbrella' of-a.yoanj^lady wit.li wluiirtiumu ribs and tin iron handle to tho slate-_ roofed gioecr's shop Ji;;,will hear.of something to his advantage, ns .. tho'-Hanio is a gift, of a doecas. cl , mother now 116 mora with tlio 11:1111c en<;ravod !U>*m il." ■■■■■■ 'J Tho ollost an>l Inmost treo in'the world, bo far na. is luio-.vii, is 11 chostmit. true. near tho foot of Mount Ktim. It fs. hollow, anil large enough 10 admit of two t'iv.Titi^uH driving abreast Unotigh it. The cir (minfcronee of tho main' trunk is 212. feet. Tiio U.i: ;',ly Cliuit, monarch' of tho Mariposa Grovo, •measn cs 02 feel.. Tho lirst lino of telegraph ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

TO CORRESPONDENTS, ' Euwa.—Last year's mooting at the Bemma District Bftoo Club took piano on Tno3ilay an ! VVcilnestliiy, October iiOth iiti'l 31st. .[Wo regret that your lottor was mislaid last week. J v.,.,

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THE POPULATION OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

THE. POPULATION QiM'AltIS,. The complete Results of, the census, made in December, 1881, as far as they concern the population,ofParis, have ouly just been i published by the Prefect of the Beiae. Paris had. at that time 2,289,928 inhabitants, of whom 1,110,826 were males and 1,126,602; females! The. population ofr the French , capital lias, increased by 251,112 souls since : 187,5. The first census ever made in Paris •reaches, back to the year, 1770, and shows j the city to.liaye- had at that time 720,000 inhabit'apts, In. 1881 Paris numbered i58,126 houses, 42,422 of which, were over |^ir stories high,. There was 440,022 mar ^Bfernen, 446,297 married women, 521,569 ^rien, and 557,054 girls of all ages, B^est married man was. 17 yeara ^^^^ngeat married woman 14 years ^^^^iceptiaual eases. The num: was 51,735, apd oi widows, k two were 16 years and The following figures ^^BLincnvi^.v :—(iPiRfi liev ^ between 84 and » 96 years of age. ^Lent^narjajis, in ^^karried man. G A woman, apd ...

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Gold at Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Gold at Marnlan., On Monday wo (Goulbnrn Poriny Post) wore shown ft beautiful calco of noiirl gold, wliich'was found near Marulan very Intel v. It is about,the size, and much in tlio form, of ,1 child's cav, with/a BinaJl auricular oponing nour the contra. Tlie cako wcigliH about fonr, ounces, and tlio gentlewiu wlio prmeossos it lias also a niao lifctlo bag of iiue gold obtained from tlie same place. Good timos coming fur Murulun—eh. .

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