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SHOCKING SUICIDE IN THE DOMAIN, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
SHOCKING SUICIDE IN THE DOMAIN, 'SYDNEY. At about lialf-pasfc six o'clock last 'Wednes day a man named Herman Flugge, about 22 years of age, was found hanging from a fence which encircles one of the trees in the Domain by a person named Frank Carson, On looking at the man Carson saw. that be was quite dead. He gave information - to the police,id Senior-constable Sullivan had the body cut down and conveyed to the South Sydney Morgue. Dr. Milft• rcT rx;wi th o corpse. Deceased was a native f." many, and an upholsterer by trade. He - sided at No. 58, Yurong-street, Sydney. , ' landlady, Mrs. Scott, states that- he been in a depressed state for some t; ,He retired to his bed as usual on Tuesday night, but he was not seen to leave the house the next morning. When found - the body was quite, .warm. Deceased ( had a handkerchief tied round his neck, and he was suspended fro ji the fence by the article. : The sum of £1 12s. 4d., together with some letters and a memorandum book, was found on...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
Football. On Saturday last the football season opened in Bowral when a match was played in Mrs. Oxley's paddock, opposite the. ay line, between the Newtown and Bov.' Football .clubs. The weather was all that'could be desired, and about fifty spectators were present during the progress of the game. The match was won by the ..visitors by 17 points to 10. Previously to the match the Bowral players have had no 'practise this year,'while their opponents proved their efficiency and superiority througoht the game. The following are the 'names-of the players on. either side Bow ral :—Morton, A.&F. McDonald,'W. andT. Comer, Brennan, Wick ham, Friedman, .Drake, Smith, Nicholson, ■ Mongoraerie (2) Ji. ..Shepherd, grid. Engjit.-^ /Newtown;: — Sharpening, ,Ai)pn. S'edgewicjc (2),. Mut ton ,,Smith (2). ,Kir,kv Fredericks, Henry, 0. .Bennett, Tongood,; Bacldiotise, /and Cheese borbugh. In the evening the visitors were entertained by the Bowral club at a dinner at Mr. 01 larker's, which was...
A LEGAL QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
-A .LEGAL .QUERY. If a sovereign is • given to a cabman for his fare, both parties believingibio be a shilling, and an hoar later the' cabman discovers his mistake and keeps the sovereign, has he stolen it? Tbeargument of tl:is question be ' ftu'e the Court for Crown Gases Keseived last week afforded' excellent entertainment : / a professional audience. The difficulty . -is^t.bat to 14 take aud: carry away miwo fur ancli" is an essential part of the common-Lv„ • defmi-iion of lavoe-icy, and that in this case the cabman did not form a felonious .intan-, tion about the1 sovereign' when lie took it and carried it away, because he then be lieved it to be a shilling. On behalf of the Ct'own it was urged that either he took it vWhen he knew it was a sovereign or the felonious intention which he subsequently f • rnied relates back to the'time when he took it. Before the argument had gone f \ it was apparent that the live judges who were hearing the case v. eve not agreed, aud while Lord Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
■A' ' Birthday Carda. ft fmfnefise • Variety; at tlie Free Press Book and Stationery Depot. to Business People & Others. ■ ,i'OBM& of Notice Before .Proceeding-nndor.tha' p Small Debts Act obtainable fit the Free Press' Office. Price 2d. eaeti. ' ; l?t,eceiptB6olr.sV&lt;'\ /SUDTFABY Boceipt Books and RETs'T Eeceipt' v./ Books, oar.h containing 1.00; on. sale at"the Free Press Book and Stationery Depot,'BowraL 9d. each* ': • ' THE BOWEAL FEES PEESS' is published every . .. WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING.' SuBSoniPTioNs:— •• ! 4s. per quarter in 'advance : fa. if bodied, i Quarters end as follow :—March 31., June 30, i September ;>0, December 31, at which periods i only can subscribers decline, by giving a week's 1 notice in •writing direct to the office, and paying t* the end of the then running quarter. A nvsirnsiNfl:— . Advertisements are charged for at the • foHoiring; rate each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to dines: one inch, 3s: every addition...
Bowral Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
Bowral Football Club. On Thursday week last the annual meeting of members of the Bowral Football Club was held in the old school of arts building, Mr. E. Wick ham occupying the clipir. The ( secretary, Mr. H. D. Morton, rc the bal j auce-sheet for the past year, which I showeu the club to be in a satisfactory fir 1 conditional. The election of offi-;j cers . the approaching season resulted as follows:—President, Rev. J. W. Debenham; j vice presidents, Messrs. G-. George and H D. Morton ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. | II. D. Motion; General Coinmitee, W. i Sims, A. McDonald, H. Wickham, W. Mur ray, E. T. Comer; and selection com-; mittee, H. Wickham, Ii. D. Morton, and W. Sims.
PRESENTATION TO SIR JAMES MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
PRESENTATION TO SIB JAMES MARTIN. On Friday evening last the members of the New South Wales Bar were entertained at dinner, at the Parliamentary Refresh ment Booms, by the Hon. W B. Dal ley, Attorney-General, on the occasion of the presentation to Sir James Martin, Chief Justice, of his portrait, painted by Miss Bell, and which it is intended shall be placed in the Supreme Court. The Vernon Band, under the leadership of Mr. Bandmaster Booth, supplied music. The portrait of the Chief Justice, t'ae presentation of which was the raison d'etre of the gathering,: war placed in a conspicious position in the room, and it excited many favourable comments on the fidelity of the likeness, and the ar tistic mauner in which it was painted. The speeches made by the Attorney-General, Sir James Martin, and Sir Alfred Stephen -supplied by no means the smallest portion of the enjoyment afforded to the assemblage, which was thoroughly representative of the profession.'
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
Railway time table. DOWKf' TRAIN'S TEOM STDN'Sy "TO THE OOUNTR'i'v : Mail Tbain leaves SydneYciaiiy, snn'iayaex^iiws;., ' at Mittago'np, ,dfiily> Mondays excepted, at' 12.30 a.m.; Bowml, 12.38 ; and Mo«.s Vale, 12.50.1 Passenger Train loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex: eepted, at 9 a.m.: Mittagong, 1.25 p.m.; Bowral, 1.35;' Moss Vale, 1.47. TJP TRAINS FKOMTHE COTTN'fKY TO STJINEY. Mait, Train- leaves Goulburn daily at 1.10 a.m. Moss Vale, 2.55; Bowral, 3.7; Mittagong, 3.25arrives in Sydney at 6.40'.- -; pASSKNaT?n\TiiAiN reayeg Gonlbnrn daily,' Snhdays excepted, at 11 ®.m.; Moss Vale, 12.150 p.m.; BoV ral, 1.12; Mittagti'ngj 1.45 ; arrives in Sydney at 5.20V A. pas'Ron'ffer train' leaves -Moto* Vale every morn ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.1-5 fiowxal at 7.30; ar rive?. in Sydno.v, at -11.80; returns from: Svdnev every evening, Sundays excepted,'at 5.8, reaching Bowral L at 0.18 and' Moss Vale at 0.40. : The tourist train leaved SvdnCy dvery Saturday at 8.80 a.m., and arrives at-Mitt...
Berrima District Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
Rerriuia District Agricultural Society. As will be seen by advertisement elsewhere the third annual meeting of this society will be held in the school of arts, Bowral, on Saturday' 3 xt, 80th instant, at half-past three o'clock. The chief business will corn ice the election of 3 committeemen out of '] inations,the receipt of the treasrrei's '••e-sheet, and the moving of seveial motions by Mr. P. L. C. Shopherd. It is hoped there will be a very large attendance of members. Thg formation of the West Camde. Mounted Infantry Corps has been gazetted/ A football match will be played at Oak lands, Mittagong, ou Saturday afternoon next between the Bowral and Oaldands clubs. The Mittagong and Burrawaug Volun teer Corps are gazetted as attached to the 1st Regiment. New South Wales Volunteer Infantry, the same as the Moss Vale Corps.
CHAPAER IV.—ELM LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
CtCAPAEB TV.—EMI LOBGli. .-It, was in a pretty little olcl-fashioned house at Kensington, with a. large garden; that Tom Evelyn and his family dwelt." The •garden did not look very inviting now, but in the summer lime it would be pleasant enough. The house was , comfortably and prettily furnished; and though Mrs. Evelyn would attend to all the cooking herself, there was a maid to do the rough work. - , . One morning two girls.and a boy, or rather young -man, were seated in the parlour of this house, variously employed. Thepaitour was a good size, and looked very cosy, with a.huge fire burning in the grate ; and though it,was not very tidy, its untidiness was not slovenly, and there were evidences of more refinement than seemed likely to belong to ifche Ev«lyns. Perhaps Bertie was respon sible for the flowers, the.pic lures, the brack, 'ets with pretty china ; ornaments • upon them, the harmonious, lines of the carpct and upholstery;; : The numerous photo graphs of actors and actress...
THE CHRISTMA'S FAIRY. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
THE CHBISTMA'S iFAKY; ■ CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED; V What n roar of applause greeted her, aud "Vv'La'u .scuiois of opera-glasses wore levelled at }) e ! - =. •_ ; "By rJoTo!" said Falconer to himself, she is'a, lovely,, girl-; not paint ,atid make 'tip, but genuiho'beauty." " That's not her own'lmir, I know," said Master Williaul Mansfield, aged fifteen > but FWconor' thougbt.it was. .The colour, though a rare one (a goiden ,auburn), was natural; The girl bowed with graceful self possession to' the groetiiigs 'she received, find Ui&lt;iu returned to her. attendants "and addresser! rhyming coinands to them, in a 'clear, sweet,, welhattuned .voice, with cor rect emphasis and-appropriate gestUro, each movement -full of grace;' Afterwards she! waved her wand, and the fairies 'danced' around her; ' theil they swept back, and Queen Carita danced a pas sdul. Lord Falconer . had seen danciug of a.ll kinds in all the capitals of Europe, but he never saw anything to equal 'the dancing...
AUSTRALIAN FROZEN HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
AUSTRALIAN FEOZEfJ HEAT, The redundancy of animal life in the Aus tralian colonies, says the Telegraph, where not farfrom one hundred million liead of sheep and cat Lie in proportion, have sprung up within the'last • thirty or forty years* has hitherto attracted1 insiiflicent attention in the mother country from which the inhabi tants of Victoria, New Soutli Wales,' South Australia, New Zealand, Queensland* and Tasmania deduce their descent. The armies of rabbits* for which the colonists have also to thank—or perhaps to curse—these islands* may possibly, serve to awaken us to the woi: derful productiveness of quadrupeds at the Antipodes-. - Thus Mr. Henry Welcl Blundell, of Lnlworth Castle, Wareham, has just ad dressed a letter to one of our contemporar ies^ ;in which ho inquires why the British .Government has sent immense orders for tinned meats to Chicago, when the quality ,of Australian tinned meat is superior to that used for this purpose in the United States; Mr. Blundell alle...
HOW MARRIED WOMEN PART. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 27 May 1885
1I0W' MARRIED WOMEN PART, ;Dii>-you ever liear two married women take leave of each other at the gate on a mild evening ? .This is howthey.dait:—r" (.rood bye ? Good-bye! Gome down and see us soon." " 1 will. Gooil-bye ! Good-bye ! Don't forget to come soon." " No, 1 won't. Don't you forget to come up." " I won't. •Be sure and bring Savah Jane with you next, time." " I will. I'd have brought her up this time, but she wasn't very well. She wanted to come awfully." " Did she now ? That is too bad! Be sure and bring her next time." " I will; and you be sure and bring baby.*' "I will. I forgot to tell you that he's cut another tooth." "You don't say so ! How many has he now ?" " Fi ve. It makes him awfully cross." " I dare say it does this hot weather." ; " Well, good-bye! Don't forget to come down." " No. I won't. •' Don't fomet to come up. Good-bye!" /And -they separafce.-r 7-Calvert | f Texas) Courier.,
OUR SYDNEY LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
OUR 8YDWHY LETTER From our Corhkbpomdent " Trebor." Vwat Heffim, (rod Save the Queen ! Her mosfc gracious Majesty has attained her sixty sixth year in peace and safety, and Sydney people have hastened to prove their loyalty and good-will by a display, enthusiastic, and "■■'pyrotechnic. Our volunteers did not turn , out this time.tliereview havingbeen postponed until tho return of the Soudan Contingent, go that the fruitful' Cochin Chinas, and the dainty and luscious Brahmas, at G-overn ment House had the sole and undivided attention of LheVice-regal Purple. OnTuesdav the usual levee washeldatGovernment Bouse, whenthe usual motley crowd assembled to be . presented to his Excellency. Publicans and sinners, butchers, dandy government clerks, bakers, members of our legislative council and assembly, parsons, volunteer and per manent officers, aldermen, and justices • of the peace; in fact, ' all sorts and conditions; of Australian plutocracy with more or less money and less or more bra,i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
DAVID MOETITT, Aiotioneeiy Land and Insurance Agent,. ROBERTSON. 102 J. a. MOERIS, Aacfcicnetr Property Salesman, Insurance Agent, &c., &c., ■ Opposite Railway Station, BOVVltAL. BOWEAL BEICK COMPANY. above Company lias for Sale first-class JL. j3ricks in any quantity. Tbo usual discount allowed for Cash. IMS 0. GROVE, Manager. HENRY TAYLOE, Auctioneer, Land, Estate, and General Commission Agent, MOSS yale. Agent for Victoria Fire Insurance Company. JOOT WEIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent. All transactions in the above line will 'receive tlie greatest care and attention. Address— medical hall, nattai. • A. P. BUPEEZi Baker, Confectioner, and General Grocer, Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL. \XTEDi5lNCr and Birthday Cakes supplied at the yV shortest notice. 162 W. FIGGOTT, Produce Merchant, Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL, Has always on hand Corn, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, &c. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, 0. PEIOE. Saddler and Harness Maker, Bong Bong-street (near the pos...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
CONDENSED STEMS. The Sydney model lodging-bouse profit of £010 a, year. \ Pneumonia is unusually prevalent y fatal in the United States tins year. Mr. Hany Stockdale, the explorer, lms be gun an action for libel against tiio Evening Notes—damages &lt;£10,000. Dr. J. E.Taylor, the well-known editor of Science Gossip, intends making a complete lecturing tour of the colonies. The proprietor of a threshing machine on Monaro, according to the Times, estimates the ,grain yioldof that district at an aver age of 20 bushels per acre for wheat, and 35 bushels for oats. . Georgo Augustus Sala is the son of an Italian gentleman who married a favourite English singer. He was born in Lon don in 1828, and was the founder and first editor of the Temple Bar Maga zine. It is now stated that the Eight Rev. Her bert Yaughan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, aad brother of the late Archbishop Vaughan, of Sydney, does not intend to visit Austral ia as was previsusly announced, but merely left En...
TWO BOOT-BLACKS, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
TWO BOOT-BLACKS, A day or i.wo ago, during a lull in business two little boot-blacks, one white and one blaok, .were standing at a street, corner doing: nothing, when the white boot-bhek ag reed to black the black 'boot-black's bont-;. The black boot-black was of course willing to have ■ his boots blacked by his fellow boot-black, and the boot-black w ho agreed to black the black boot-black's boots went to work. When the boot-black had blacked one of the black boot-blackV boots till it shone in a manner that would make any boot-black proud, this boot-black, who had agreed to black the black boot-black's boots •refused to black the other boot of the black boot-black until the black boot-black who had consented to have the white boot-black blackvhis boots should add twopence to the amount the white boot-black had raorle blacking other persons' boots.- This the boot-black whose boot had been blacked re fused to do, saying it was good enough for a black boot'-black'to have one boot blac...
PRISON POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
J'PJSON I'OETRI. Michael Davitt, in ' Leaves from a Pri son Diary,' relates that when imprisoned in Newgate, in the first library book be was allowed to read be found inscribed on one of the leaves the following sentimental couplet:— " Good-bye Lucy dear, I'm parted from you for seven Jong year.. Alt. J ones.', But immediately underneath this effort of the love-sick Jones, a sour, sceptical, and anonymous critic had added— " If Lucy dear is like moat gals, She'll give few sighs or moans ; But soon will iind among your-pals Another Alfred Jones." The next effusion met in Newgate was also iu the sentimental strain, although of a bolder sweep than that of the poet Jones " The Judge lie seven years gave me, transported to Van Dieman's Land, Far away from ray.friends and relations, and tho girl" with the black velvet hand'." Then Mr. Davitt let'loose the rein of his imagination, and falls to wondering where the girl wore the black velvet baud—-whether round her head or round her arm, or—...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
BCWBAL POST OFFICE, Mails close for all skat-ions North at 9.30'p.m., daily' (Saturdays excepted.) For' Kanghloon ant! Itobcrtsoti- 2] p.rn\. rlzily,■ (Rundays excepted.) Mail3 arrivo at Bowvnl fi-ow. Kangaloon and Robertson afj noon,-daily, (»Snmlaj8| excepted.) % y. Mails ?»rrivo from all stations R'onth at 8'iH.n.w.y.* daily, (Sunda.ya excepted.) From all stations Nortfc 3t12.38 a.m. (Mondays excepted.) From Rvdn^T, i Parraraatta, and all stations West at 1.85 p.mv'J ■ daily, (Sundays excepted.)' The Bcnvral Money Order' Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from' 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., and oi&&lt;: Sundays, for delivery of letters, &lt;&c., only, front 9 to 'r 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m'. to . 8' p.m.,'; (Sundays excepted.) } Mails close for alT stations south at 9.30 p.ui:, Sundays excepted.) y ■ Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to G' p.m.
AN AWFUL WARNING TO THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
an awm 'warning- to the ladies. 'Adam Pfaff, a resident of Wan-saw, N.. Y., about three years ago was drawn as a jury* man, and wore to court, at Bath, a n. vf pair of boots for the first time. They wo; e i,oo small for hira, and although they ga1 e him intense pain he kept them on all of one day>• When he removed bin hoots at night he found no relief from his patn and was unable to sleep. During the night his , fact, legSj hands, arms and body, began to: . .-swell and - his sufferings booamti- so great that he was obliged to summon an',- and was removed fco hiyliome aw soon as .possible.-'... fi'rom that day to this the pain has never left him for an instant. Hi 8 joints . are enlarged greatly, while his toos,feet, and hands are ,swollen to three times their . l natural'aisie. xhe tlesh on some- portions of his body .is shrunken and withered. Ho is ' entirely helpless and cannot leave hi.> chair without help, and has to be fed like a child. Mr. Pftiff's sufferings are at time...
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 30 May 1885
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Tins Canadian Pacific railway is at. length completed, and there are now fonrlines con necting the Atlantic with Ih a Pacific,, the other three being the Northern, tbe C en fcral, and the Southern Pacific railways, all of whicl] are in the United States: The total length of the line which connects the Paci fic with the Canadian ■ railway system iV 2627 miles. The line has been construe!ed by a syndicate, the 'charter' having been granted to Sir Hugh Allan and twelve other directors on the 8 th July, 1878. The' con ditions under, which the work was under taken we're thus set forth by Sir Charles Tappel, minister .of railways for Canada, and recently . 1)igh ■ commissioner for tbe Dominion in England. " For that por tion of tbe line, from Port - William to Sel kirk, 410miles, the Pembina branch, eighty five miles, anil that'portion from Kara loops to Burrard I'nlefc, 217, all of which", amount ing to'712 when the liue is completed, is to be banded over as...