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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
RAILWAY TIM'tf TAETjE'. ■pQV/V TRAINS' tfROM SYPOTY "O THH COUNTTlT. *'•' ROtt, TnA'W len ves Sydney tinily. Sundays Gxcepie*" .at 8 ■p.m.; -MitlaRong, -rtnily,. Mondavi* excepted, at ! 12.30 a.ni,; Bowrnl, I2.8v8 : ami Moss Valov 7.2.50. i Thatn leaves Sydney daily, Riyidayfiex-f i cepted, at' 9: a^n.: vMifctagoiiR," i.25 p.m.; Bowrai;'. | 1.5)5 ; JTohsi Vain, 1.47. ■ '■ I to thains FROJr THT5. COONWY to sydney. i .:■■■■ MattjTrain. loaves- (rouihum daily if. 7. '0 -aJai'v i-'Moss'Vale, 2 55:Bowra.),i3.7: tfittagon;;, 3.-25; arrive. ' in Sydney nb &lt;U0. j pAfwwNffftn tkatn leaves (*o"W>nrn d^i'v. -..Sundays' i excepted; nt-11 n..tr>. : Mow Vnle.-12.S0 u.m.j-.Bow.* ral, 1.-12;- MJttago.'ig. .1.45: arrives in Sydney at 5.2i. A paswemjer-tnin • leaves Vr».Te ewvv .morr* irifj, (Sunrlnvft pxrni!^., at 7.1~ ; 'Hon-pi.! n f, 7.-'0; n.r. rivos in Sydrvr-id-11.30 • r^n^nsfrom S^dnev-every • evening, Sn-il.iy.^ '>':eor»oi(. -if-- fi.8, reaching- Bowral . at!).18 and -Moss...
The Robertsor Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
J&o>ll?eii'fci4oi2 It:ii3wrt3'd Ai' a public meeting held at Moss Vain y°sj terdav week the follow.nK l>e mon, m n,,ft■» , to the railway from Moss Vale to Robertson,v. was adopted :—• PliTITIOti TO TUP. HOKOOIUBM Tfflf itlKISTjS foe "Works, Nisw Booth WAi.eS, - .. The petition of the undersized inl'mbi tante of Wiia-8 Meadow, iai-raw^. ^ vrnuo Vnle iuinqarou v.UKy rav/atiff&lt; IMObS > «uv, • o • . and the smrmmdinf! AJatrioU., «rtx«vve.,i ^ "1st. That, a light hneot raiUvA) t.i afli» wavfio accomodate the districts mon.K>u»^ S first advocalcd about five y.«r;; w when a monster petition capabilities and resource* of these b' and lining that the accomodation tion be constructed froni Mow \ ^^ Liobertson via Wild's wanq, was forwarded to.the then uiu ix* torifcrta who acknowledged ^ "»»»^ now of onrwqnoet and promised to "« W such line in the Tramway scberaev.hu, was at that time contemplated. . .«3rd. That the government ofbcm #%», examination of the coun...
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
fun awd'.fancy; =®3— Why is a first-floor Uke. a falsehood ?— Because it-is a story. A provincial reporter touch inaly.. a,linden to a man who was " killed , and . otherwise injured." 'I never' said VoHairo, 'was mined hut. twice—once when I gained a lawsuit, and once when I lost one.' :T At a country public-house (he landlord has printed up outside his door, " (rood beer sold here ; but don't take my word for it." In writing ,an account of a hall a reporter; said'that the belle of the evening " looked Ait;Faii at wallzinff," , The compositor put it that she " looked all feet." ' : Yonth, vou sav you are in love with two a iris. both beautiful-—one' divinlv ' fall, and the o'her ' a perfect little fairy. Marrv the the lir,t!o one. She won't want so much stuff for a dress. " How is your old friend Jones ; getting alonfr ? He has been coining money np to last 'Wednesday." " Why did lie stop then ? " "He was arrested." - " What for " Coining money." A negro was holding av cow which a ■...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
ftOWBAIi POST OFFICE 1 •ITaxm ctoso for fill actions North at 0.30 p.ml., d:i;'y j "^njiTirl • , : V ' For Kangaloorr and Robertson 2, p.m., dailw | rVi Hv-* excepted.); Mails -arrivwat Bowra! fro** | Kangaloon and Bobertsoa at• noon, daily,■.■(Sundays, i excepted.) i . Mails arrive from all stations South at ').$ n.rq.j I daily,. (Sundays exerted;) From nil stations-'Xivrtb j at 12.8* a.m. (Mondays exeept&lt;?d.) Fronii Syiln?1} ,•; ■ Parramatta, and all .stations West at .1.80 .p.w.y; , daily, (Sundays excepted.')' . *» \ The Bowral 'Money Order- O'fijcd.cfoscs ftt 6 p.mV Poafc Office hours frora 0 a.m. to" fi p.m., and «# Snndaj's, for delivery of letters,• &lt;fe'c.y only,-from 0 w 10 a.m. " ■ \ Telegraph Office hours from Q a.fnv to ft p.m^ (Snnda vh pxcepled.) " J Tail ft done for all stations' sout.fr at 0.30 p.i*V Snndar-'j excepted.). - ' Government Savings Bank open from (i it.-fnv ffi> p.m. •
USEFUL HINTS TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
USEFUL HINTS TO FARMERS..;.' As farmers and others are constantly losing valuable horses by their getting at wheat, which causes them to be 'blown,'the following remedy, says the Adelaide Ob server, which has recently been applied with success by a practical farmer to several horses which had eaten wheat, may be of service and may be the means ■of saving the lives of many valuable animals. The remedy is simple, and within the reach of many farmers,1 viz., give the blown animal three pints of new milk as soon as possible alter it has been gorged "with wheat; one pint every half hour until it passes the wheat which, if the remedy is speedily ap plied, will be passed by the animal in a wonderfully short time. Tliis has been practically tri&lt;jd where five or six horses were dangerously gorged with wheat lying about in a very unprotected sia^e. It is a well-known fact that a handful of quicklime well .shaken up in about a pint .of water will cure cattle blown with clover, and i...
THE BASHFUL MAX AND THE TABLE CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
THE BASHFUL MAX AND THE TABLE CLOTH. ' Washington Irving,.at a party in England, one day pi ayfn I !y.assorted that the love of an nexation which the Anglo-Saxon race ! displayed on every occasion proceeded prob- j ably from its manvaise honte rather than its greediness. As n proof, he cited the story of a bashful friend of his who, being in a great state of excitement, owing to liis seclusive life and a few glasses of wine mounting to his head, completed his con fession ; dissipating the small remains of his preseuce of mind. Casting his eyes down, he saw on his lap some white linen. * By heavens,' he thought, • that's my shirt protruding at my waistband.' He immedi ately began to tuck in the offending portion of his dress, and the more he tucked the more there seemed to remain. At last he made a desperate effort, when a sudden crash and a scream brought him to his senses. He had all the time been stuffing the table cloth into his breeches, and at the last jerk swept everything off...
Death of Dr. Fortescue. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
TfterjfcEfl '5h\ Fwficscue. .Uxi. J''oivrf'.;!t:a.u, who has been Raftering for the p''jlour weeks from :t,n attack of,..fcyr, phoujl contracfced,..i.t ia believed, whilst in n.tfcenrJance on a patient, died ■■last Mon day morning..- • Br. Forfcosotie was a familiar hguiv1 !11 i,he vanlcK of his profession in Svd dfi# for ^U} pft&fc 'J5 yerii'fi, and, apart from ffi' ' f&lt; \s stafu« as a. medif-al man', lie may. in m ft / pecuniary. '.f-enwo: be. included • among j Jgh list of successful colonists He was ® M.B, of London University an&lt;j a I student of Kind's College. For many years I ho \Vas an hon..surgeon of the Sydney In i^VinnVy, and held a similar' position, in IIjg.. Prin^'j)., Alfred. Hospital from 'its foundation to the thiie of his death. Respected for his . skill in the pi'ofoKMoi'j he, for so many years adorned, ha was no Jests' beloved in private life for the n:iany kindly and genial qualities he .-pos&eHsadv• '"He- -.was:--married to...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
TEE AUSTRALIAN1 ELEVEN. A cable message appeared ii the Echo rf •March 5, stating -that the Mary]ebone and1. Surrey cricket clubs had' decided not to allow any of the .members of the last Aus Iian Eleven who may. visit -England next year as members of an Australian eleven to play at Lord's ground and the Oval.' , A .'Writer in the London periodical, Cricket, referring to this report, says ' A report which, at least in so' far as ,it concerns, one of the clubs named, is, I .know,-, quite un authorised, has created some commotion-in the cricket circles of Australia. 1 refer to a statement which seems to have been wired to the colonial press, that the Marylebone and Surry clubs: have, agreed on a joint action to prevent any member of the last Australian Blever from playing at Lord's or the Oval in 1888. I have during the winter more than once had occasion to refer to the disagreement between Murdock and bis comrndes and the management of Shaw's English team, and my opinions are quite t...
THE CHRISTMAS FAIRY. CHAPTER V.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
THE CHBISTMAS FAIRY. Chapter v»—continued. The! next Sunday saw' Mr.' Falconer at Elm-Lodge again, but lie did not see much of Berfcie. She was engaged to spend the evening with some friends, and had to run away early. A day or two after this he Was crossing Kensington Gardens, when he caught sight of a tall, girlish figure, in •velvet and fui\ that lie surely knew. He liasfcnned for\Vi\v.!, and Berfcie, looking: up, saw him, and almost ran up to him. ' '"What atf.unexpecfced pleasure,'said he, clasping her hand in his, and this time he did retain it decidedly beyond regulation time.. 4 For me,' replied Bertie, her violet eyes dancing. ' I was :so cross that I had to run ■.way on Sunday.' « WetVyou,really> Were you sorry you had to go ? ' 1 Indeed, I waa.' ^ / ' Well, where are you going now ? ' ' Nowhere. I came out for a walk, 'lis nice and dry, aud not a bifc cold.' •May I come with you, Qheen Carita? Yes, of course I may. Come ! how soon must you be home ?' ' ' At two o'clock...
THE DEAD BUSHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
Till!) -MAD 1JU.SIIMAN. Who iies beneath yon grassy mound, la tivstifcira oold icy aioep, •.. Uiiw^ko .i by Wiuiev -wiuuu around " That lavage in. iiueir rage profound-— Auaa'iiHii'b toiest deep? Wiua Biiout graved give up lihoir deadi ..'i'tio.-aijeroi. may bo known Or iiiia w.iu ioiuiuta yonder bed, Wncuutuo di-cp.y dread, Unuidiiicd uy cross or &tuue&lt; And, io i u.iu akeieton beside ' AtlUuIici' j ob ajjpeuxb—• A.luiiuii'LUi lorbune s tide In love a huuuy aeiiea, Tiiro' luaj-iy cnaiiynig years* .Wo found tueir bones beside a creek— A. oicc^j. oi'aok auu dry— A su'va-LLUcii., in^ernni/ieuii, weak, V Wiioou piiuuuivu tones in aurnmer speak 01 i/xiiiiiiij luu^eallign. But. way rie was or when he died, fcjiU'Uii&t; io wou.k Lu teii; If in iiij oi. iutuny prido, Or uiiiaa^ aonii on u^ea tide Tn« iOutiiy ousnnian ielli l^rchanoe iu youth on Britain's shore 1 He cou^iiu.; ioi'uune s smae ; Or liiijLijjiij ouu^uu »n auya oi yore To gioa,a tine iuuinie-suicii.cn ...
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but,eat and drink, as friends. Saturday, June 6, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
}* §fftonil Jret |}i"css. Do ag adversaries do in law, ftrive mightily, but,eat and drinft, as.friends. Saturday, June 6, '1885. The tbird> annual meeting of the Berrima District Agricultural Society has been held ; " a highly satisfactory financial: statement " lias- been presented to the subscribers ; aud ' the new committee has a clear course laid down on which it is hoped, inspirited by past ■ ; successes,it will steer with additional vigour I '•"towards the goal of still greater accomplish- i ■' mentis. The meeting on Saturday last was characteristic of quietude and the absence of any proceedings of a disorderly or censorious nature. This, no doubt; was due to tlie t> possession by the members present of a unanimous desire to work .for and not "against the society-, and of a hatred to ^vraDgling and the indulgence in useless • follk by which more harm than good is far r • too frequently brought about. In connection with the annual me.eting ■ there are several features of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
liuumuu Don't Fail to Secure a TILL A COTTAGE or BUSINESS SITE • - '■ ■' ,t* " " at • ' C A 1511A A1 ATT A. New Line 14 mi es horn,Sydney Lots Selling Bapidly. Plans sent Free on application to BOYD &. KINO, Auctioneers, 90 Pitt-street, Sydney. These Lots Overlook Liverpool Race Course. Cfebramatta is fast becoming a Favorite Suburb , of Sydney. tS~ 5s. per Month.—No Interest. Torrens'a Title. . , 593
THE EXPENSES OF THE CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
THE EXPENSES OP TUB COxN'TIiNGSNT. The Melbourne Daily Telegraph makes the following Kii'igesiuou, which places the question of federal relations in a new light. It is questionable how far its colony will endorse these views :—" Luck,has attended Mr. Dalley's scheme from the first. He has achieved for the colony over the des tines of which he presides the maximum of kudos for the minimum of costs. The troops luckily have been saved from the decimation- which the enemy, fever, and hardship would have inevitably caused. Now that they are steaming towards Syd ney, doubtless politicans in the sister colony will begin to count the cost of their loyal adventure. The troops have not been des patched and maintained for a 'mere song.' In all probability, the expenditure which the New South Wales Government will have to meet will be a pretty heavy one. The question we have to put this morning is, whether the people of Victoria and., the other colonies should not regard the cost of the Conting...
Wrestling. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
We iivo informed that a •wrettHog, match has been arranged to take place in Canter-■ bu ry Hi til, M i t! ago n£, fch i s( Sa tu I'd a;/) o ve n - ing, at. eight o'clock between-'- ^ViVhum. Bunker-,- of Mifcfcagong, and Stephen Sirilh, of Gordbnrn, to wrestle in tlia Oinaboriaud style, best of five falls. Also a .scratch pill between the same parties for .£10 a-sida. A boxing match is also announced• to sake place on'the same evening- Tito Mitio^ong Brass Band will play several- pieeos during ■ the evening. •
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
10 THE MEMlSEItS OF THE BOfflUL FOOTBALL CLUB. Br FAVOUR OP THE BO WEAL FREE PRESS. Gtaam-EsrEN,—At your annual meeting you did me-the honour to elect me as your pre sident. I accept the position with pleasure. As I ujn not wealthy enough to give you a £5 subscription, or strong enough to aid you ill a match, I am obliged to choose an other way of trying to help your club—the . cheap, but I hope not nasty, way of giving good advice. If I sermonize too much you must excuse it on account of my profes sion. Football has many opponents, who call it not ouly dangerous but brutal and de moralizing. A few words may therefore not be'out of place to show bow it is pos sible that we (who, I trust, are as eager for i the right as any in this town) can be fond of it and support it. But remember that football is a thing to be defended more by deeds than by words. It ought to be your aim so to play as to prove that the accusa tions are.not true. I want to be able, if any persons censure me for en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 June 1885
Birthday (lardy. N ImmonKe V":iri;'l:y, iy.i> ■ tbo Free Prsss Boofc _ and Stationery Dopot. , ... To Bubitigss People & Others. EOBMS of Before-' Proceeding nhder tlw Small-Debts A«t• o htainable• .at the.Free Press*. Office. Price 2d. caeh. - Etacespt ■yfaa'jiS. ^RDTNAKY fcerWpt .Books p./rt RENT. llacci]rt "Books, each coti^hir.ino: 100; on sale at the Free Promt Book and Stationery, Depot, BowraL 9d. each. ■ THS BOWSAli JTEEE. PMESS is published every'. ■ WEDNESDAY &■ SATURDAY MOUNTS. " ' - SunfiClMOTIONS— .' 4s. per' quarter in advance: So. if booked Quarters end as... follow : v- "M«rc"h 31 vi •. -J 11 ne 30,-• September 30, December. HI, at,: whirh periods only can subscribers drctine, bv giving ft week's notice in-"writine; direct .to tbr>' of'ice. p.)yirig tof the end of the then running qimrinr, ' ADVJOftTi.wr; Aclvertifjements are cbjivw ' for at. tbo -foJlowtnf rate -each insertion :—Sixpence ner line >rp"t$_fiv« lines; one inch, 3s; ovorv additi...