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AN AGRICULTURAL CREED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884

AN AGRICULTURAL CREED. According to. tlae Canada Farmer, tbe agri culturists of Canada,met in1 convention, and adopted for themselves the following creed:— Wo believe in small farms and thorough cultivation. Wo believe that the soil lives to oat,, as well as the owner, and ought therefore |to be well manured. We believe in going to the bottom of, things, and therefore deep ploughing, and enough of it—all the bettor if it be . a .sub soil plough. We believe in large'crops, which leave the land better than they found it/making, both tho farm and the farmer richer at once. We believe that every farm should own a: good fnrmor. / We believe that the fertiliser of any soil is a spirit of industry, enterprise, and in telligence—without these, lime, gypsum, and guano would be of little use. We believe in good fences, good farm houses, good orchards, and good children enough to gather the fruit., We believe in a clean kitchen, a neat wife in it, a clean dairy, and a clean con science. We bel...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 April 1884

MARRIAGE.   CAMB — HARVEY. — On Thursday, April 10, at St. David's Church, Surry Hills, by the Rev. Joshua Hargrave, Louis William Camb of Sydney, to Blanche Sylvia, youngest daughter of the late Lawrence Harvey, Esq., of Notting Hill, Lon- don, England. Home papers please copy. DEATH. SHEATHER. — March 29th, at her parents' resi- dence, Coach and Horses Hotel, Mittagong, Bertha, the beloved infant daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Sheather ; aged 13 days.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

3^ IS; C EL, LA N; E 0, US. Neakly 20 floggings have recently-been administered in Sydney for iudoconcioa; but , thciprcvalenco of such crimes is g'roatly magnified. Parliament declined just recen tly to.give one magistrate .tlia power to inflict a flogging. . The collossal Gorman, statue which com memorates tho • triumph over France,; cost £5%,000. It ovor.Iooks tho Rhino, and tho figure, faces Motz, one hand being, on her slieatlied sword, tho. other supporting the Imporial crown. Tiib A.S.N. Company's new store, Cir cular Qaay, Jjowei;- Grcorga-Stvaet, will require three and a qimter million bricks. Talking of bricks, a St. Leonard's.firm has contracted for the delivery of lu,000,GQ0 bricks for tho Northern railway, line.. The outiro.longth of tho great cantilever bridge , over tho Niagara, which lias just been completed, is 9JO feet, tho distance between ,tho towers bciug_ 470. foot. It is 239. feet high, from, water, to base of: ?:jail.. Most of > the material is.steel. I'll...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR APRLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR APBLL. Kitchen Gauuem.—"For early crops bow peas, cab-' buge, leltuco radish, carrots, turnips, parsnips, pars loy, mustard—herbs of all sorts. Sow far succes sion cauliflower and broccoli. Collect and storo pumpkins. Dross potato bods. Sow Windsor boana. Plant cauliflower, cabbage, rhubarb, and asparagus— strawberry beds should bo attended to and now bods planted. ■ •. ■ OiiaiiAitD.—"Weed and loosen soil. Avoid deep dig uing until next month. Commence planting orango, lonuat, and otbor overgrcons. Fjuownn Gaiidkn.—Remove rubbish. Season for, planting bulbous roots whjch.rcqtriro dry ground. Tio np and stako ohrysanthemums prune gnrani unij; l-o-pot and start ' fuchsias ; camollias should1 be placed in a cool dry situation for ilowuring. Com mence planting herbaceous plants of all kinds.. ! —Sow wheat, barley, oats, peas, broard beans, clover, lucerno, all kinds of grass seod for pasturo, ifo.ddor, or hay. Harvest sorghum and other millets ; prosorvo tho stal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

The Free Press §o:.ofv atrtr ^iatioiicnr D^ot, BONG BONG-STREET, BOWRAIu Thk Proprietors,. in announcing tbo estab lishment. of a. Book and Stationery Dopot, would. rospootfully solicit tho patronage. of their. numerous. fri;ondp in. Bowral and surrounding dietriot.. While admitting tb ^ wo do not yet, porlmps, perfoctlyunder stand the. requirements, oi;' tbo district, in, tho departments, referred: to,, wo. bog, to. assure our customers; that: it -will, bo our constant, aim. to, keep! iii; stock all tbo articles usually kept, in similar: establish ments,. Wo liavo. just opqnocl a,. cboicoj lot of ! Stationery,; comprising—n. Enyqlppqs./alV sizes.; ft}id'.<'i«aliiiips,,from>8d, ! per, singlq.papket, or. 2s per packot of, 9.(50;.to,Gdiporsingtopapkot, or.- 4s per packet. of, 250, i Larpchc's. bp_sJ;;Notq.Pappivand:Envolppea, i Qlaps.ip Nptp,Papor; aiid;Env,olopea: i|Or.igjpaliRppp;do. do., Panpy. N,ote—plfii}i,aud'goI)!brpd;cc1ges.: Tbp. Hapdy,- Series,: Box; off Statio...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

C 0 M M E E C I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CA.UDEN CO " • OPERATIVE COaMPANY (Limitish). Bnttor, 1st, per lb., 13d to 21cl „ 2nd, uo demand Bacon,; bcst.Morirabuhi hand cured,-110110 in markofc. „ best, machine ciiied, 8d to 9(1 „ heavy anil rough, 5tl to 7(1 ■ JIiuiis, boRt Mcrimbula, hand curod; nono in market „ machine cured, 81I to lOcl Lurd, 7il to 8;l , ■: ■ ; ■ ■ ■ Cliooso 1st, per lb., 7d to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, id to Gd Pigs, alive, per lb, 'Id to ojd Cnlvos, each, 7s Gil to 80s Od Z-lido's, per lb, 3d Calf skins, each, Is to Is Gd Tallow, per ton, £29 to £31 ^Maiao, per bushel, Os Od to-Gs Od Hay, oaten, pot Ion, £6 Os to £8 Os , „ luccrtie, do., £6 Os to £&0-j Od Potatoes,'do., £3 Os to £3 10s Od PowIb, per pair, 3a 3d to 3a Od Ducks, do, 'Is 3d to 4s Gd Geeso,' do, 7s Od to 8s Od Turkeys, do, 7a Gd to 17a Od , Eggs, per don., 2s Od to 2s 9d April 2-ltli, 1881.

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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

£A£SI3N.GER DRAINS TO; SSP^E^. • MaIIi', ANp,i?A^8EN0i!B.. IJowral; . . Hop,.- v 8.5 ... Mittagong { g ?Assut!apK.TitAiNPi. ; ' Bowral; ' Dep.. 7.20i Mittagong, { g;; 7,40, p.m.. JJojyttilj Dep., - 1,8;. .• Mittagong, | Dop';. V101

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

CATTLE: AND-, SHEEP., Bates- for- conveyance of cattle fat per track)' to. ETomebjlsh aro as followsFrom,Goulburiii .lid 4s ; Mavulan, £3 lQs 8d; Moss Vnlc, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8sMittagong, £2 Gs; Picton, £110a. Hates for conveyance ot sheep (at per truolt)i to. Homobdsk^rq.ap follovysl?rom Goulburn, £3 13s lit; Mavulan, £8 5s 7.d ', Moks Valo, £2 12h ; Bowral, £2 8sMittagong, £2 6sFiclon,.£l 10s..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

II E B 0 W It A L f.B E E P H 35 S S fa publiahqcj (jvary . PAT? Q PAX HQRHUfc scpBoniPT^NB :-r= • Sixteon Shillings (1Gb) ay oat; or -la per qwrter $f (hi'co months, payflblo ill ndvnnco, If Ip.oolicil, £1 ycr yci\r, ov 5a por quarter. Quarters ond. Jlavoh 91, Juno 30, September SO, December 8.1, at yoriods only cnu subscribers deglino, by giving a VNjek'a. uo.tioo {n \yriliiig direct to. the oilieo, anil jpayiij^ f|0. thfl owl of tl;o then running quartor^ ADTCnTIBINO . Advevtisomonla aro charged for at tho following jfate each insortion:—Sixpence per lino up to fivo ^inea ; ojio inoh, 3a; ovary-: additional inch, Is Gd, a ^cduqtioil of ouo-fourth for Ihirtoon, oonBccu \ivo. insertions, and oX ono-third for- twenty-six jnsevtions. Announcements, of' Birth^ j^Iari;iagos, ^3, DeuU.m^ 2s fid Qiich. , a,OJBBINO DliVAR.TUISMT-:—■ IjhiMBCHf) Card^ Hand-bills-, fti^nheads, Labels. Catalogues, Posting 13illa; CAVouJwa Programmes, #0.,, <&c., L^o.,. . •\y. AMD, D.. L., B...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

-BAILEYAY TIME. TABLE,, f ASSJ3NGER TRAINS, XQ, GOULBTJEN.. JJ.IUU f, ' Ait. « C l»ft MitUgong | Dop< 1.2ft: B«roral ' „ ' "J; f Art* 8.50: MittngoDg [ Dop,t 0.1O. Pgjvral ' . M, 9-18 Mail and PAsgpnaun,. 1 ' ■ p.m.. (' Arr« 12.10 Mittagong | Dcp; 12.30, $ow,ral II, 12:38 Saidrbax Additiojiaii,. ■' ■ aim.. "■ ( Arr. ' ^Iittagong- | Dep; 12.10 5Qwral,. ii . 12.18,

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

RELIGIOUS, oxrunon op kngland. Moss Vulo, at 11 ancl 7 Sutton Forest, at il. . ; ; Mount Ashby, at 3. Praj'er-moeting in schoolroom, Moss Valo, on Saturday, at 8 p.m.

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

D1&T1UCT COTJRT. Tiie abpvo court was opojied nt Iho oourfc hoitso, Moss Yale, yesterday week, by bis Honor Judge McFarland. There'were 87 CMOS sot down for trial, a few of which woro settled out of court. , The.following is an aondged report of the proceedings taken irom Iho Scrutineer. 1 G. W. Osborne v. G. Kngan. To recover £12 12slUd.; goods-sold. Mr. iNichols for plain tiff. Verdiotfor amount. - Sfimo v. W. Boll. To recover CIS 7s. Gd.; goods sold. < Mr. Nichols for plaintiff. Verdict lav amount. ■* ' " Same v. Joseph, Smith, To recover £<1 Cs. 2d.; goods sold. > J No service of summons. Continnod iiiitil next court. 1 ITniucis Allavd v. Geo. Kngau. • To recover £2 17s. 2d.; goods sold. ; Mr. Nichols lor plaintiff. Verdiot 'for •amount. -■ . Saino v. W. Bell. . To recover jL'3 Is. 7AcL ; goods sold.' Mr. Nichols, for plaintiff.; : : ; Verdii>fc for amount, " • : \V.. McCoiu't v. Ed. Boyle. - To reoover £7 Is.; advertising, &c. No serv...

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St. Simon and St. Jude's, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

St. Simon nnd St. Judo's, Bov.'ml." . Sorvioos ovory Sunday at XI a.m. mid 7 p.m. • Children's aervice on the last Sunday in llio month at U.lo p.m.

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Miscellancous News. SUSPENSION OF MR. A. G. TAYLOR, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

^pSfcIlitUCOlUS. §MUS,- 1 SffSPJWSIoif OF MIL A, a. TAY . . , , LOR, Md\ .Fon fclio first time, says tho S. M. Herald the now Standing Orders, recohlly: adopted iWnl tho ruloH of tlio English pavliamonl, wci'b pat iu force iu the Legislative Assombly yosterday woelc about liall-past four ^o'clock in tho morning. ' Tho houso was in cora miltoo of Bnpply, and tho ostimatos for tho colonial socrotary's department wpro undor discussion. 'When the vote for tho gonoral Staff, under tho hoad of . permanent and military l'orco, ; was .proposed, Mr.. A. G. Taylor moved tho reduction .of tho salary of tlio commandant, £000, by the sum of £800, Ho. explained tiiat in his . opinion . tho' per manent force should bo abolished altogether,' and with , that. vioWi he should movo tho reduction of every item by ono half in order that tho forco might bo disbanded ; at tho, end of tho first six months of tho year. Mr. A. G. Taylor: spoke soveral times, and at great length, and was : frequently called t...

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OUR CAMPBELLTOWN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

OUR CAMPBELLTOWN LETTER. Tun woathor continuos delightfully lino, the days being cleaivwarm, and bright, and fclio nights, rather, cold, with hoary dow, bat so far. the much-dreaded frost has not put in an appcamHce, and as a .natural conse-, quonce tho hills around hero aro looking. thoir best.: ISvorybody seems jubilant over tho change that has talcon placo, nioro es pecially tho farmers and graziors, many of. whom havo just boon savod by tho tiinoly intervention of tho rain, as thoy stood on tho brink, of,irrotriovablofTiiin., Ploughing operations aro in full swing in every part of tho district,, and in a few cases the- crops havo alroady boon put in. At ono lime this was considered 0110 of tho best wheat-producing - districts in the; colony, but owing to the outbreak of rust/ that industry had to bo abandoned, and for tho last Moon yoars or thereabouts nothing has been dono to revive it. .llowovor, ouo of our I'armerB is about to try an experiment this soason, the result of whic...

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Correspondence. SOCIETIES FOR YOUNG MEN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

SOCIETIES FOR YOUNG MEN, .TO. THE EDITOR.OF THR.FRRK PlttiSB* Sin,—Tlio Fish-Poiid Society, as you say, dirt not ex ist a long whilo, but it was phosnix-lilto,' and .from its tisUos a vigorous and longor-livcd sooioty sprung. .When I caino to.Dowral, in November Iaut, I found tho St. Judo's Youflg Men's Association in a flourish-" ing state. It was foundctl by Mr. Howard in Febru ary, 1883; was oarrrad on aftor his doath by Mr. II. 13. Jones; and is still alivo and flourishing. It meets ovory Wodnosday at tho parsonago at soven o'bloclc, . and although tlio room is now protty full, wo. shall bo glad towolcomu any others who may oomo,until our spaco is exhausted, and we can promiso to initiate thom into the mystery of " fish-ponds." I'ho asso ci.ttion will givo a practical proof of its vitality by singing at tho next mooting oC tho Ohurcli of Rny land Tonipbranco Sooioty on May Gth. i I quito agree with you in wishing that thoro was a . publio room availablo every ovoning in,which yo...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

WIT J.JSFJ). HTJMOTJIk How to,make.money go aB far as possible —Givo it to foreign missions,. He lind just buried'liis fourth wife, and" a friend, not knowing.it,, aslcgd, ' how's tho wife?1' ' Well, to,tell you,thp torpw.th,'he replied, '-Pra out of lyiyes just now,.' ' Papa, J.'v,o beqn.seeiug coplv,mako bread;;: and. can yon tell me why. dough, resembles •the. sun ?.'••• ' The Bun,. Freddy. % '-Yes pa," '■No, I cannot/ Ifreddy, with,great glee— I' Because.when it rises,it is. light.'• Pa— i soliloquising—' That chilc\ip. top. clever, tq. live.'' ' A JAii-KR in a, western,state, had) r.eceiyed strict orders not to keep, any- prisoners in solitary confiuQiuent. Ouce,. whei}: lie. had but two in charge, one .escaped', and. Lie. was obliged in consequence to kick; the otlier out of doors..iUiOi-jder to. comply with. thp regulations., ' Mamma, what's< a. book-wprm.?.''- ' Ono who loves.t.o read, and study and collect books, my dear.' The next night company called ; Miss Edi...

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A VERY "ODD" STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

sh VERY " ODD;' STORX-. A. gentleman wis recounting his travels.!one.' evening after dinner to a.friend, and, com menced in. this way:—■ 1 '! Wheu I was travelling in Russia I was attacked in crossing a forest by a, pack of twelv.e wolves, and fr.onv my postchaise I fired my revolver and killed the.first wolf, and, strange to say, his companions stop ped and devoured him, and then came, on again, to the fight. I; shot another, and my postilion killed a third, both of which w:ere devoured, and: so wo went on until only one w.olf remained, and. I killed him. as we were entering the town ; and !• observed' that he was.immensely fat.. He, of course,,had de voured his. companions."' " Dear me," said the friond, " that's very odd." "Vory odd," said: the.traveller, " but not 'nearly so odd as that which happenod:on the following day. 1 was out shooting anto .lopes,.and iked at one as ho stood, on the top.ofa,erag, and, odd to say, the. ball passed through his neck,, and killed another wlii...

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AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE. One of tho most extraordinary eases that has ever been brought boforo the Australian Law Court is about to be heard, and tho ovideiico will mako it equal in iuterest to that of tho Mordaunt divorce, although no priuco of the royal blood ia involved in tho proceeding. A squnttor, who recently sold rt Now South Wales station for .£10,0001 is the defendant, and his son and hia old misr tress arc tho plaintiffs. Tho femalo plaintiff was engaged by defendant as hia house keeper, but she lived with him as his wife for six years. Tho son moanwhilo aotod as bookkeeper on the New South Wales station, tho housekeeper living with tho old man in much splendour in. St. James' Park, Mel bourne.' At tho ond* of tho timo tho son married tho father's mistress, thus incensing tho old mail to snoli an ex tent that ho altered a will ho had made in the son's favour, D.uringtho son's reign as bookkeeper on the station ho had bought a piano for £55. This sum ho now demauds of his fa...

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Colonial & Intercolonial. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

Colonial & gutcrrolouurl Mi;. "VV. M. AtiI>j;u8o:i, M.Ij.C., is dead. A \vi;i!KtiY papur hii'ii been oatablishod nt Junce junction. ■ ' , Thhub has boon heavy vain at :Dubbo during tho past week. t A sisw wing is to lie orcolail to llio Nowcaallo hospital at a cost ol .CH000. ; .Tun annufil Bight\Houra' Domonstratlon look pliico nt Melb'ouriio lust Monday. About thirty-three societies marched, and about eight thousand persons took part ii\ tho^pvoccaaion, This Southern Freo Proas, a paper .established at Goiilburn some months ago by Mr. Hugh Mahon, has/bcon purchased'by Mcssi-h. Xioeko and Oram, . proprietors of the Southern Argus. • This poling for tho election of a member Jor tho district o£ Gantobury, vico Mr. Piggott, roBigued.took place last.Saturday, and'roaultodin tho roturn of Mr. M. J. Ilannnorid by a largo riiajorjty, tho numbora being—lor. Mr. Hammond, 1811 ;forMr. "Stevens, aaa. ' , • A CONTKAOT for a new barrndka in Cloulburn-atroct, Sydney, for tho services ...

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