Elephind.com contains 52,241 items from Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
COMMERCIAL. Sooth Coast an» Wkht Camoen Co-opeiutivb Company, Limitjîd. . Sutter, 1st, por Ib., 7(1 Lo ,, 2mi, imsaleablo Bacon, best Moriinlniln liniul curad, lOd to lid „ boHt, machino cured, 8d to Dkl „ heavy and rough, Cd to 7d _ Qarqs, best Morimbula, I mud mired, lid to la Id „ mneliinc cured, !)d to lid Lavd, 54 to 8d Choçso 1st, per lb,, Od to 8d ,, 2nd and. inferior, 4tl to 5d Pigs, alive, per 11>, ud to (id Oftivon^.oneh, 10s Od lo 0.5s Od Iiidos, per il), 3d ! O11JI si;ii\s, o(\oli, Is Cd TaÚaw, per-tori, ¿228. Os to £30 Ob Mfliizej ppr bushel,'Is 8d to'ls Od Hay, oaten, per to/i, •£(! 10s to ;li7 10s 04 :t „• .liworne, do., £!! 0s to Ji'l 10s Od Potatoos, do., £8 0s to .CO Os Od l''o.vvls, per pair, ö.s Od to.(is Od Ducks, do, 'Is ß 1 to ßs (id Geese, do, (to 0d to Os Od TurUaySj do, 10n Od to 20s Od Kgfifi, iw doK.¡ Is 2d. ■ November 20, 188;!.. ;
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
LOCAL BREVITIES. Turc Commercial llotol at Moas Valo is in tho market. Ten uni! a aro invited for tho orcctiou of a masonic hall at Mosa Yalo. Mosa VALKfthABtuidanoouonçl&lt;otoi's moot for battle at Moss Vale to-day. The Rev. A. 0. Mosely, of Marnlau, 1ms been registered for the celebration ; of mar riages. Mn. MoCouht, M.L.A., is to bo. invited to a complimentary banquet at Kangaroo Valley. Mn. Hrnuy Eeid has boon gazetted teaoli or oftho public sohool at.Myrtle Creek, near Picton. A Band of Hope lias boon started at Moss Vale in connection with the Presbyterian Church. Phoiiahimty of tho English Eleven play ing a match at Moss Valo against twenty two of tho district, Tiik meeting of the Debating Society next Thursday will bo for membors and in tending members only, Good attendance at tho Bowral Debating SociofcyV mooting on Thursday ovoyiiig. Tho ministry sustained p, defeat. Mu. C. Butler, acting deposition. clerk at tho Water Polico Court, has boon ap pointed clerk of p...
Mr. R. T. Booth. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
Mr. R. T. Booth. The loador of the Blue Ribbon movement (sayn yosterday's Telogmph) aftor nearly six months' vest át Bowral, is fully.restorcd to health. A man of dcHcato constitution, lio is soon, affected cither for good or ill by: change of climate, and before lie had spent many weolts of rustic life lie began fo feel the benefits of the clear, bracing, healing air.of Bowral. -He Buys he Imows.neither in .Europe-nor. America;«' * more health-giving locality. Already lie'is arranging for, a temperance campaign for the colonies. Before breaking down he liad only visited Tasmania and the two leading cities of Australia, In January he purppsos. crossing to Now Zealand, and commencing in Auckland a series of missions, to which.- lie will . devote, the remainder of tho summer, visiting during Feburary and March the various towns of moro or less importance in that colony. On Monday next Mr. Booth delivers one lecture for the Young Ayomen'B Christian Association of Melbourne, return ing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
"TjCyANTED, n Smart LAD to mnko himgolf gene * V rally, useful.. Apply, Wj. J?iggptt¡, IJrodnco . Merchant, Bowrivl. . ■ . . &lt;112 "ITT"ANTED, Apprentices ancl Improvers to the \y Dressmaking. Apply . to- Miss" Gibbons, Bong Bong-strcot, Bowral. 41G WASTE TAPER, 6 lbs. for Is., offico ol this paper. TO FARMERS, MARKET GAR DENERS, & OTHERS. T 1MB MANURE (carriago paid to Bowval I J .Station), 17a. per ton. W. R. FARROW, Agent. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Sheriff's Office, Bowral, November 11,1881. Thompson v. Ticrney, James. 0N SATURDAY, thirteenth day of December, 1881, lit noon, unless the Writ ot Fien i acias herein bo previously satisfied, the Shoriff will canso to bo sold at Public Auction at Lhe Court House,Alosa Viilo, nil the riiîht, title, and interest of James l ior ney, the defendant herein, and all the other right, title, and interest (if any) of him the said James Tierney of in nnrt to At.r. that rniois on i»abobi¡-or r,Aííi> situated at...
GERDENERS' CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
GERDENER 8* CALENDAR; JPQU NOVEMBER. [Written by nil experienced gardener ox-.' prosaly for tho Bpfoval Free. Tun Kn'OHF.N ÍÍAitPKíí.—This will bo a busy month. i&lt; Potatoes may. still be planted. I would recommend tho following varieties as tlioy all do woll in this lo-. calily, viz: Brown's Hiver, Purple Eye, A^hlciif. ICirl t\oy, AIaf;iyimboimm, und .Ij'hiJIçH., Komi the .Dutoh hoc at work amongst crops Hint aro showing nhove tho surface. Earth up advancing crops arid keep . tlißin freo from weeds. Sow another crop of .puas nnil attend ta staking n.nd cni'thing thoso already growing. Sow also. another batch of .Frölich, beans. Kadisli, lolluco, onions, and cress.should be sown to keep a good supply of sallad for summer. Savory, herbs such ris basil, murjorum, tarragon, and cherwoll should bo sown naw so us to bu dried and stored for i winter use.; Plant out calory in oool weather ;- give i plenty of water and sow another batch of scud, For ! futuro planting pumpkins, ou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
Public.Opinion.—On almost everything created by nature or manufactured by tlio skill of man there is a adversity of opinion. Spinetimes the contrasts arc so manifest and striking as to lead one to tiio conclusion ' that tho mind of one. of thç two. ob servers must be a little out of order. On the works of great pools, architects, historians, novelists, and actors these contrasts of opinion aro most frequent ; but 110 two opinions have, as yet been. - expressed on tho excellence, of workmanship and beauty of finish Mr, A. ltitter, painter, grainer, and decorator of Moss Vale, always introduces into, tho wo^kentrustod to his management.—Auvi.
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
Despatch oí' flails for the United Kingdojn. Lettiîus, newspapers, packets, Ac., intended for despatch to the United Kingdom, may bo posted nt lhe Bowral post-otlico up to 'J.HO p.m. on tho follow ing dates :— • Wednesday, Nov. 2G—per Oriont steamer Tuesday, Dec. 2—per 1'. & 0. steamer Thursday, Dee. d—-per Messageries Maritimes via Murseilles Wednesday, Dec. 10—per Orient Bteumor Tuesday, Dee. 1(5—ror P. it 0. steamer Wednesday, Deu. 24—por Orieut steamer Tuesday,'Dec. 80—per P. & 0. steamer..
Proposed Visit of the English Eleven to. Moss. Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
S'royoscd Visit «f Ute English Eleven " to. Moss. Talc. We uro informed; that Miv-T; Grnlmin, of Moss Yale, has received a letter from Mr. Conwa/, in reply to nÁ inquiry as to whether tho English Eleven could yisit Moss Vale, stithig that the team will be wil I ling to arrange for a two days' match against 18 or 2$ of the Berrima district for £100 and all expenses paid.. £or -.the purpose.of endeavouring to, arrange a match a public" iiieuting is advertised to be held at Hanrahan.'s Höfel, Moss Yale, on Tuesday afternoon HQxt, at three o'clock, when we hope to see a repre sentative gathering of cricketers from all parts of tljp district, and asatigfactorydceision arrived at in tliie''matter.,
BOWRAL LITERARY. AND DEBATING. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
IÎ0WI1AL LITERARY Aîîût. DEBATING SOCIETY,.' The regular weekly, meeting of tlie abovo socioty was held iii the school, of arts o;i Thursday evoning last.' There, was a good attend anee* of. members and of- the public aud themeetiug was a; thoroughly interest ing rand-enjoyable one.,; Tho president, Mr. 0. Bennett, occupied the chair.. The business of the evoning was a debato on the Bubjcct—11 AVhich-have the greator infhiQuce on socioty, works of facts or works of fio tion?" At the previous meeting of the .Society Mr. Ritter was called upon to. form . a ministry and chose as his colleagues Messrs. D. L. Boer, and J. J. Campbell. The premier then annouhcod that tho minis try would open tho debale in favour of fact. Subsequent to the meeting, Mr. Beer resigned liisportfolioandtookUie leadership of the op* position as no other member l'oit inclined to open the debate in favour of fiction. On Thursday Mr. Ritter was unexpectedly called awny from town and returned only just before tho c...
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Saturday, November 22, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
ffijjc ^ afora I Jfrcc $=|rcss. Do as adversaries do in law, Strivemightily, but eat and drink as friends '. Saturday, November 22, 1884. Végetakians liave beou greatly exercised in mind by; having their pot theory interfered ■with;—such -theory being that abstinence from animal food was a safeguard against indigestion, 'against liability to fever, and, above, all, against inclination for alcoholic stimulants. To siun up all, the person who lives ou ' cabbagos and turnips may be a misei'ablo dyspeptic who is likely to fall an easy prey to contagious diseases, and, owing to an; unsatisfied legitimate appetite, be tor mented by a craving for ardent spirits. Such is tho verdict [n'onounced by a, writer ■who lias made tho subject a special study, ivud sought authority for his dictum by in-. ...vest¡gating tho eflects of different modes of living upon various natures and classes. He declaros that it is quite erroneous to suppose that people who go without meat are moro refined in taste o...
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. Tuesday, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
SUPREME COURT,: SYDNEY., Tuesday, Nov. 18. In Equity..—(-Before Iiis Honor the Primary Jiidgo anc^ a jury of four.). : DIGGINS V,. CI-AKK. Mr. Pilcher and Dr. Sly,, instructed by . Mr. Davidson, ot Goulburn,. for tho plain tiff ;. Mr. M. Hv Stephen, Q.C-., and Mr. , Liugen,. instructed by Mr.. Marshall^ îo\ the ,■ defendant. ; The hearing of tho evidence upon, tho. is sues of fact to. bo decided by the jury in this suit was continued. Tlio.plaiiitiff seeks ' to haye it declared, that the principal sum. of £1000 due on a mortgage over tho'Pioneer Hotel, Kangaroo. Yalley, was, paid off by •him' on tho 28rd February last,, in addition to £22 10s., the amount of a- quarter'?, in terest thon due, and iy, support of that view produces a receipt witnessed by one James Henwood,. a marksman.. The fact of. the payment of so large a sum in cash, is sough t to be strengthened by the. evidence, of. one James Edwards, gamester, who; avers that he gave plaintiff certain loans made on race courses ...
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
ClJItKENT 13 VENTS Tho racing carnival in Melbourne cost tho V.ll.C. £12,717. ' £00 woro realised by tho flowor Bl\o\y at Adolojig last week. Tho Salvation Army Is about to establish a hpanah at Quoanboyan. , ' ■ ■. . Bricks made of cork now constitute one of tho now Goviimn industries. Tho freehold farms in Now Zealand nro estimated to bo worth £31,000,000. Mr. Edward Lord, brother of' tho Hon. I\ Lord, M.L.C., died last Tuesday. The. chojora soaro has had tho curious. oiToot of diminishing drunkennoss in Paris. Dr. Quinn, B.C. Bishop of Bathunit, (vrrivod at Batluust on lus Votum from Europa hist Tuesday. Mr. 13. Johnson, laic, inspector ,oX sohools,' has been appointed uudor-seerotary of public instruction. It in stated that 'Mr. Inglis, tho owner of Maina, won above £¡>0,000 over his horno hi stakes and bots since ho purchased him. Tho maxim maeUino gun, by, simply pulling tho trigger onco, will feed itsolf ami Uro away- continu ously, at the rate of GOO rojinds p.er inimité....
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
Mosa VALU l'OLICE CQUlíT. Wednesday, Novombor 19. Bekohe Mossrs, F. B. Wilshiro, P.M., and G. Tato and A. D, Badgory, J's.P. i ■ Jolin Pelpr Maylis v. Bobort Yoond.— Defendant was chargccl with assaulting plaintiff. Mr. fichóla appeared for defond aufc, The ovidonco was very contradictory and neither plaintiff nor defendant liad any witnesses to corroborate thoir vorsions of the affair. Tbc beuch accordingly dismissed tho case. Threatening language.—Jamos Woir, on remand, was ohargud with using throatpuing language to his wife, Eleanor AVeir, Eleanor Woir deposed that sho resided at Robertson ¡ she had boon married to iho dofendant twonty-aix years ; during tho past throe years défoncent had oxhib(fcec} signs of imbecility which were more manifest of re cent date ; she feared defendant was not right in his mind ; Iiis laiiguago was very irrational, and once ho liad struck her ; he frequently used bad language, to both wit ness and other members of tho family; a short time ago defend...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
TFeslotjan Church. " Services to-morrow, Novembor 23 :— v Mittagong, at 11, Preacher; . at 7, Rev. T;, lt., McMicliaol . " Bowrnl, at 11 and 7, Hoy. 0. Olden. Kangaloog,.at 11, Mr. Whjto ; at 7.30¡ Mr.,Gregoryt "Bobertson, at ll,_Mr. Gregory Wild's Meadow., at 2.30, Sir. Walsh Moss Yale (Oddfellow^' Hall), at 8^ Itev. C. OJdeii. ana-friends. " '
ST. SIMON AND, ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884
St. Simon and, St. J'tmn'ß, Bowiui.. Divina. Sqrvico, will, be bold every Sunday- at 7;'15 a.m.,' 11' a.m., and ,7.30 p.m.. Holy Communion.;—First Sunday in; the- month at midday servica; second and fourth Sundays at tho early s'orvioe : tliird Sunday at tho evoningsorvico.. Children's'Sorvico.—Evo'ry-Sunday at tho.Pnrsonage. at 11 a.m. ; last Sunday oí month in the church at 3.15,p.m,