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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

MITT AG® If ©• V w Far from the madding crowd's ign' v Their sober wishes never leatneK. -\ Along the cool sequestered vale of Hfejy^ -■ ^ The.y kept the noiseless tenor o! t». i way. ■" , Perhaps the above lines might once hayfi J been very applicable to the dwellers ia " Sweet Mittagong," but that time has long since departed ; lot lis hope for ever. Now this township is no longer a sequestered spot, but thriving in every sense of the word. Since the advent of that grand in vention of the 19th century, far-a way sta tions have become the,busy centres of life and • .nativity, and Mittagong among the rest has asserted her right, and figures at present as one of the chief towns on the line. At any rate we residents; think so, and feel something strongly akin to pride as. we gaze on the numerous erections tli&fc have lately been reai'ed. In foriiier times the first thing that impressed a stranger, was the onesideness of tlie place (some say of the people). But now numerous bui...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONTINGENT. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONTIBTGEHT. London, May 29. General Sir . Gerald Graham lias issued a general order,in which he says that the New South Wales Contingent set a bright exam ple ot discipline, and have shown to the world the latent military strength of the British Empire. The soldierly spirit dis played by the Contingent, he added, was the theme of universal admiration, > 't: . :.: . Colombo, May SO. The transport Arab, with the New Bontli YV'ales Contingent on board,'sailed at 1 p.m. to-day for Albany, en route to Sydney. Twelve of tho Contingent who are down with sickness, were left at the Cilmnbo hospital, under the care of Captain Surgeon Proudfoot. Eleven of the cases are typhoid fever, and three, of the patients are in a critical condition.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

t BUW©AN©OW. Ox Thursday evening last the members of-the iBun , danoon Band of Hope held their usual monthly meeting, ih the Church of'England.' There was a very good' attendance of members and friends. Rev. J. EL'Mullens, who presided,, expressed his pleasure at seeing so many hayipy young faces around him. A rath,er lengthy programme was got through, the juveniles , being evidently determined to spare no pains to show what they can do, and it was quite a treat to hear some of the little ones. At tho.conclu siqn a toumber of beautiful books wore prepensed a. those of the juvenile members who had given the greatest number of recitations, etc., during the Inst 12 months. The vice-president, Mr. H. Lovell, in a few well choEon words, exhorted the little ones to per severe, and expressed a hope that the Ban.-l of Hope meetings would continue to be as attractive in the future as they had been in the past. June 1st.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

Birtliday Cards. N" Immense' Variety; atf tEe Free. Prass Book . and Stationery Depot, Tb Bu'sw'ess People 0timers. ^Tn'OTfcMfT of Notice 7_Wore Proceeding rm<Ter the' . [P Small Pehls Act obtainable nt .the l?ree P;e»34 Olfice. Price 2cT. each.. , • •' Bec'&ipf Bock1?... jThftDTKTABY JTeceipt Boohs' ard' RENT Receipt H /' . Bool<s, each containing 100; on sale at" the ■Free-Press Book- and Stationery Depot, Bowral. Oil.-each. iCTTo:CTmi»iHf»n»ii»nw» THE BQWSAL FREE KRESS' is pul»Ii«Tiec! every \ WEDNESDAY «fc SATURDAY MORNING. SUBSCHII'TIONS :— ' 4:8. per quarter -in'..-advance.;/-. 5s. ,if booked-. Quarters end as follow : — March ;51. June SO,, rSeptember 80, December 31, at -.which', periods' •onlv can subscribers" decline;' by giving'* a week1* ' notice in writing■ clireet t.o the cilice, and paying to " the end of the then running quarter. ' ■ Advekttsino:— Ad verfciseraents are eharsred for at the -following' ■ rate each insertion :—-Sixpence per...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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NOTES OF A TRIP TO MERYLA FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

NOTKS OF A TRIP TO MERYL! FALLS. On Monday■ last feeling inclined to give practical proof of my loyalty to the Queen by keeping up her birthday, I, in company with several others,'took it into ray obsti nate head, to take a trip to the Meryla Falls, having heard so' much of late about their grandeur. And so we hired a couple of traps and were to be seen, in company, with an equal number of the fair sex, trot ting through the frosty air, at about 8 o'clock, well muffled, 011 our road to the for midable falls. At half past eleven we ar rived at th a fill is, unyoked our horses,, put on the billy, and made.a fire ready for din ner; for i can tell you the ride makes one very snappish. However, as I was anxious to have a lunar at the great falls we immed iately repaired to theapproach wh ich overlooks thelst fall. Well, for a moment I was dumb founded (this you must excuse as I^was a greenhorn) for I had not the least concep tion of seeing anything so grand. We then went through the bush...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

THE FREE' PRESS 7 Book, SlfilioiBry, & -Fancy Goods Depot, BONG BONG-STREET, BOWRAL. JJIBT: 'OF-GOODS- ALWAYS ON HAND BtiUrt Note and Letter Papers 1 PUin rli fcfo \V:i.<or-l<ned jitfn • Foreign -ditio Fancy ditto, colowd an>1 goffered edges v , Moiirninf.'Koy; P ipers and Envelopes Foolscap, pi'wm. ond ruled Laroche's Ve^ Nbte Paper and Envelopes 'Classic .ditto '"itto ' ■ ' ."O'rwdnMl Rep-i ditto ditto Chromatic Tinted Hopped Note and Evelopes, v '.assorted, 1h. lf)d. per box The Royn 1 Panerferie. assorted tints, wicker - patl-em, note and .envelopes, a liand " mm a article, 3s. 9d. per box, llie Dnchess Box of Stationery, Is. 6d. The Handv Series Box of Stationery, plain . , • ' and floral. Is. and Is. 6d. . 'The Oolom'st^' Tinted Box of Stationery, Is. ~ The Wonderful Box of Stationery, 9d. , : > v , jj-nveiopos, all sizes and qualities ■ • , ' Day Books P,laying Cards, 6d., 9d., and Is. per packet . Ink Ewers Lead and Best Drawing Pencils - ...

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ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. British proposals accepted by Russia. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

-ENGLAND 'AND BU33IA. British' proposals accepted by Russia. London, Mayt 81. The Russianreply in reference to the .■■agreement concluded between Earl Gran ville and M. tie Qfcael was received in Lou don yesterday, .It is understood that tlio Russian Government lias definitely accep ted the British proposals. Meruobak, on the River Murghab, and Zulficar on the-Heri Rud, both remain in the possession of the Afghans. " ; v The work of the commission, under Colonel Ridgeway will be proceeded with, but it will consist of the settlement of de tails only, the main points of the future frontier having-already been fixed.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

OLD AGK. " A MiSDiOATj mail compares .an old rnau fee'. . an old waggon ; with light loading aiadv' 'careful visage it will last for''years. hat ono7 .'heavy load or' sudden strain will break it and ruin it for ever.- Many people reach the age of fifty or sixty or seventy uieasur-: ably free' from most of the pains and iliT flrmities of age, cheery in heart and sound i in health, ripe in wisdom and experience;'• with sympathies mellowed by age, alnd with reasonable prospects and opportunities ''for*' continued Usefulness in the world for' av censider'able time. Let such persons be . thankful ; but let them also be; careful: An' old constitution is like an old bone, broken with ease, mended with difficulty. A young' tree bends to the gale, an old one snaps and' falls before the blast. A single hard lift, an hour of of heating work, ain evening of: exposnre to rain or damp, a severe chill, i an excess of food, the usual indulgence of S appetite or passion, a sudden fit of angfer, an i...

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THE CHRISTMAS FAIRY. CHAPTER V. —CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

2SES CHUISTMAS PAIRY. V01IAPl'teii V. —CONTINUED.-' &S'ai$ seemed such a child,- so childlike in "msuMur, that Lord Falconer Invito ivcul letft ]>i tusclf not to" lay a c'rttessittg balnd on. the f.iiining- tresses. Probably J3t»rt.ie. $fouU have thought nothing of it if he had done sb; but her father might have disap proved. " Wall, I'msure you've no'cause'to com plain sai«l Jack; " it's woman's rights in this house, so far as you're concerned. " You clon'c look as if you objected to the bondage, Jack; Does he, Queen Carita?" observed Lord Falconer. / - " Oh, im ; ifc agrees with him," said Bertie, rubbing her soft cheek against -'jack's hand.- " Men like to1 be bullied, • don't they,- Mr.- Falconer ?" "In your fashion,- Fairy Queen,- cer tain ly'.V , Bertie laughed merrily/ and.' dicTii'V blush a bit. ' . '• But sometimes-I have1 to1 be severe with" Jack, X have indeed,'' she said, with mock gravity. . ,f I should very much like to Bee your se-\ Tority," sai&amp...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, Jane 3,1885. Berrima District Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

Cjtt ||oi»raI jfm '$tm. Jo as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, Jane 3,1885, •■iJ- . , _ -'..I- L.'.l. ■ Berrima I>istri«t Agricultural Society. The third annual meeting of the Bevrima .District Agri(mltiu-al, Horticultural and In dustrial Society, was held in the old school of.arts,; Bowral, last Saturday afternoon. About thirty members were present, the bei"2 occupied by Mr. F. B. Wilshire, 1?.Mm one of the wee-presidents, whotook the opportunity of inferring to the good ac complished by the society during, the past year, and of expressing a hope that similarly successful results would be achieved durin» the. forthcoming year. ° ^he minutes of the last annual uieetiug were then read by the secretary, Mr. T. \ Orraham, which received confirmalion. The secretary also -read a letter from Mr. J. G. ^..ftTprris, treasurer, apologising for his un- ' avoidably 'absence from the meeting,and re vesting him to read tho annual balance sheet. ...

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TWO CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

TWO CHILDREN ISORKT' TO DEAT'l. | A Very shocking' occurrence! is reporfcisct' by tlie Canterbury correspondent....of,th<9>iy JYoto Zealand Herald, which happened afc: Shirley, three, and a-half miles from Ohri'sfc church, on.'May 15. A .labourer named- ; Brings and his wife left the two-roomed;*./, cottage they occupied about 10 o'clock ia , ~ the forenoon. Tbeir three children, the eldest a boy, about four years and three; months, remained behind. The door ^as latched, but not locked', and a coal'fire Was left burning in the grato. Mrs. fcYiggs r&-v turned at 2 p.m. On entering the house she found it full of smoke; On tlie Ado* lay the eldest child, dear),• his body charred1 almost to a cinder'; while beside him lay " the youngest child, a boy 11 month si old:, ' burnt severely'about the' lower part of 'the body. The third child, two years old, was; standing in a corner of the room. Mrs'1. ' Briggs screnVned for assistance, and Mr. •. R. P/Hale, who lives .cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 June 1885

YOUNG LADY wishes situation, companion or Nursery Governess. Country preferred. Re ferences. ALPHA. 789 Bowral Post Office. ~ NOTICE-. Q TRAYED to my place on the 1st of May a small, kj sucking pig. If not claimed by June 8th will bo sold to pay expenses. B. PEMBER. Bowral. Medical Notice. DURING Dr. Dennett Jones' temporary absence in Europe, his partner Dr.B. J. Newmarch will take entire charge of his practice. Dr. Newmarch will visit Moss Yale as usual at 11 on Thursday mornings. 788 BENTAL NOTICE. R. LEONA RD Gabriel representing of Mit. Gus tavus GAr.iiTRr,, Surgical anrl Mechanical Dentis of 88 York street. Wynyard Square Sydney,established 185JJ, will visit Moss Vale, and may be consulted at Mc.l'n tyre's Hotel on Monday June 15, and for few "ol lowing days. 786 West 'Camden Mounted Rifle Corps. HRHE West Camden Mounted Rifle Corps haying JL' bson Gazetted, all those who. have jjiven in their names, as members are requested to attend a meeting to be held in the old School of ...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT GUNDAGAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

FATAL AflCTDRNT AT GTJl^DAG-AT. A Ttsnrcm.E aceident happened." on the - Bail-, way worlrs near Oo'nlnc on Mondnv- affpr-' noon, hv whifih a sinrrle man,named, fllanriv, ■ aged 25. losthis life. It apr>earpd that the dpppaspd was endpavonring to pneh a eondfimnnd sIpptw off a, loarlpd troll v..whilst" in motion. when he missed his -footing" and fell between the rails and the wheel's of the trollv, which passpd ovpr his right thigh:■ smash in a* it to pip'nps. Ho was immediat-plv removed to thp (T-nndagai hos-' pital, wherp he died'at 10.20 a.m. on Tues dav. The deceased has no relatives in the e.olonv.hnt it. is supposed he has a -brother in North Queensland, ' . During 1884, 1186 persons were killed on railways in the United- Kingdom, the in. inred numbering 8053. • One of the lionesses in the Dublin Zoo logical Gardens recently gave birth to five lion cubs, All are doing well,

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A WOMAN'S WIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

A WOMAN'S WIT. Many of the first settlers of Illinois: were rude in speech and rough in manner. Money ■was scarce wifh them, and service was paid for in produce. G-Qvernor B. used to illustrate these incidents of frontier life by. the following anecdote. One day the e came to his office a young man accompanied by a young woman. •' Be you the Squire ?' asked the' manly youth." ' Yes, sir.' . ' Can you tie the knot for us rig lit away?''/. ' Yes, sir.' ' How much do you charge ?' ' One dollar is the legal fee, sir.' Will you take your fee in beeswax ?' '/ Yes, if yon can't pay cash., /;Woll, go ahead and tie the knot, and I'll fetch in the wax,' ' No," said the Squire, ' thinking; there was a good chan^. for a bit of fun ; ' brine in the beeswax .first, and then I'll maw j yon..' --Reluctantly the youth went out;to where was hitched the horse upon .which, Darby and Joan fashion, they- had ridden, and brought the wax in a sack. On being weighed, its value was found to he' only about ha...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

SOUTH COAST AKD WEST CAMDEN CO - OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. The fourth annual general meet.in0 '■shareholders in this Company was the Temperance Iiall, Kiama, , ^ nftemoon. There were about 100 slicue -holders present, who were repreaentotive ; of all the principal districts ui Wlnch the Pomoanv has shareholders. Mr D L. Dymock occnpied the chair,and announced that four candidates lmd come forward for the office of directors, viz., D. Drnock, G. A. Porter, James Stewart, alid S. Major. The latter, however, liauiij, subsequently withdrawn Ins candidature, the three retiring directors were re-elected. ThoGhairman then read the annual report and balance sheet. The report was as follows ' The direotors hereby submit, to the shareholders their fourth annual report and bLtee sheet, also statement of profit «nd loss account. The Company s business ■ has been continued with regularity during the period under review. Notwithstanding toe continued unexampled drought causing ' a large reducti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

" ; THE FgEE PBB^p-C Book, Stationery, $ Fancy Goj BONG BONG-STRIOET, r BOV^ 1ST OF GOODS ALWAYS! Ruled Note and Letter Pape^ Plain ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign ditto < Fancy ditto, colored and goff Mourning Note Papers and j. Foolscap. plain and ruled ' } li , : 7 I No If; ar^Ii veloj-.. Laroehe's best Note Paper andj Classic ditto ditto Originnl Repp ditto ditto Chromatic Tinted Repped assorted, la. lOd. per hex The Royal Paperterie, assort^-! ints, wicker pattern, note find envuirj ss, a band aorae article, 3s. 3d. per The Duchess Box of Sfcationrrv, s. 6d. The Handy Series Box of! St itionory, plain and floral, Is. and If. ti l. The Colonists' Tinted .Box of Stationeiy, Is. The Wonderful Box 6f Stationery, 9c?. Envelopes, all sizes and qualities \ Day Books " T"' Playing Cards, 6d., 9d.. and Is. per packet Ink Erasers . Lead and Best Drawing Pencils Pordcpt Companions Memorandum Books •• ' . ■Account Books Pens and Pen-holders Slates and Slate Pencils' • Elastic Ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

OF ENGLAND Hymn and Prayer r'o.s-loy's Hymns, and Sankej''s Hymns t the Free Press Office, Bowral. ' LLEEDICE, NTEIt AND BuiLDEH, ALE & BOWRAL. All Branches in the Building Trade. and Economically Furnished. WEIGHT, :)neei\ Land, and" Estate Agent. in the above line will receive the id attcnlion. Address— )ICAL HALL, NATTAI. Mil. G. E. MIGHOLS, Solicitor, &c., , MOBS VALE. )N1' liolrj .securitios at iuuToni. rates of interest. M0N.Y to invest on Mortgage of approved free Mittagong and Bormiia. Police Courts attended regularly. . THE MISSES GIBBOUS, - * FASpP^lBHS MlLLINEIiS AND DhESSMAKERS, * Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL, (Two doors from the Post-office). I3t" All orders punctudlly attended to. . 344 GOALS. COALS. ■ Borrima Best Household and Steam Coal. The Borrima Coal Mining and Railway "Company (Limited) hasini*: opened jv-.-new seanv of' Coal 20 per cent, superior* l.o.any .vet discovered in the dis trict are now in a position to supply double screened Household Coa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

THE FREE PRESS Bilk, Stationery, & Fancy Goodv Depot, BONG BONG-STREET, BOWRAL. J^IST OF .GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND Baled Note and Letter Papers • Plain ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign diito * Fancy ditto, colored and goffered edges Mourning Note Papers and Envelopes Foolscap, plain and ruled Laroche's best Note Paper and Envelopes Classic ditto Utto Original Bepp ditto ditto Chromatic Tinted Repped Note andEvelopes, assorted, Is. lOd. per box . , The Royal Paperterie, assorted tints, wicker : . •• pattern, note and envelopes, a band . some -article. 3s. 9:1. per box The Dnchess Box of Stationery, Is. 6d. The Han lv Series Box of Stationery, plain an 1 floral, Is. and Is. 6d. The ("Wonist.fi' Tinted Box of Stationery, Is. The Won lerfnl Box of Stationery, 9d. EnvplojTps, all sizes and qualities Pay Books . Plaviiv: Hards, 6d., 9d., and Is. per packet - :' 3tnk Enters • Tjon/1 an ' Best Drawing Pencils . poctkot, Companions Mfmor.'in lnm Books ■ Account Hooks •• 'Pen* and Pen-hold...

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Scholastic. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

Miss Emily,CiujndweiiL,filio nfiwly-appofntod: assistant teacher at the Bowral public school, entered upon Iier duties on Mon day last. .Miss Oim dwell was a pupil of Mr. (now 'Inspector) Pitt's at Gunning, and passed-through the training school in ' Syd ney ; subsequently she was an a^sisf-nnl;' teacher under Mr. Pitt at McDonald Town ; and' for the last couple cf years has been", employed at the "Wajatah public school. She is fin efficient 'teacher and t!iorou.?hly competent to fill the post to which she has been appointed. {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885

A NICE Light Single-seated / or HIRE. Apply to W. if Office, Bowral. ~ A. P. DTJPBl Baker, Confectioner, and Bong Bong-ntrt\ " BOWRAL. ITTEDDING and Birthday Col/ » y shortest notice. BALPH Wholesale and Retail Butcher, A u<i General Commission Agemy-^ T •, BOWBAL. I . Agent for the Berrima Coal Co.,' &e. Sales conducted in any part of the District. tS" All communications promptly attended te. : "*— :—1 —! ——* -- MEDICAL HALL, MITTAGOSKJ. JOHN WEIGHT, M.P.S., Chemist, Practitioner, and Surgeon Dentist. The longest in practice in this district, and hit herto acknowledged the most successful, may lie alwayn found at home from 10 till 1'2 a.m., 2.till 4 p.m., and 7 till 9 in the evening. In all cases requiring care, attention, and strict confidence, he may be relitd upon. No unnecessary expense, no mystery, anil no liumbng, hut plain common sense. His reputa tion for his treatment of children, skin diseases, ' and dentistry is widely established and generally known, ...

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