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Moss Vale Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
Moss Vale Licensing Court At tho special meeting of the lioeusing court for the! Bom ma district hold at Moss Y»ile last Wednesday beforo Messrs. F. R. Wil shire, P. M., 11. E. Kater, and J. A. Bad gery, tbo.'following- renewals of publicans' licenses were granted, no objections being raised thereto, viz. : Mary Breen, Commer cial Hotel, and Juno Daly, General Survey;1 ors Hotel, Berrinm Poter Mnvphy, Com mercial Hotel, John Ilildor, Loi'omotivij Hotel, E. J. Cjinor, Nattal llotel, and 0. Shenllier, Coach and Horses Hotol, Mitta gong; J. P. Mclnl.yro, Royal Hotel, James Cnllen, Family Hotol. J. V. Hanrahan, Com mercial Hotol, and T. Hood, TiiKersaU'B Holel, Moss Vale; George .-Prossor, Royal Hotel, and W. '1\ bowel,1,. Commercial Hotel, Sutton Forest; H. F. Ginger, Club Hotel, and W, Swan, Commercial Hotel, Bur'm wang; W. II, Riley' Royal Hotel, and M. Rice, Commercial Hotel', Bowral; W, Lian rahan, Robertson Hotel, Robertson ; J. Car tor, Pioneer,, Hotol, near Bumiwang} and Francis...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
TOPICS. OF THE. WEEK. Winter came in with, a vengeance on Saturday last. He liad been lurking about as i£wo.tc]iing to make a. pounce upon ua. At last the crouch ing tiger made its spring, and it is to be. hoped that no fatal consequences may follow to-the sick or the constitutionally weak. As. a matter of fact many people of- weak constitution are carried off in a severe winter. On Saturday Last the sun looked out a little as if to, cheer us but clouds flew about as. if wishing to rob us of any little comfort we might havo had. They were not rain clouds at alL A keen cold, wes terly blew in a way that suggested a clean shave.. It was a trying day. # * * * Sunday came, and with it an abatement of ♦he wind, but a decided increase of the cold.. Up to the present, Sunday was the coldest day we have had' this season. In some respects it was a beautiful day.. A cloudless, sky, a bright, sun, dry weather, and that indescribable feeling ■fl-liich make people feel that they must 150 and do ...
West Camden Mounted Rifle Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
West Camden Mounted RUte Ctarpst.. A. committee: meeting,, iu connection with the above corps,, was. held at Oaldauds,. last Wednesday evening, for' the parposo- of selecting an undress uniform,, and, aratu" ing.for the internal' management of the troop. The following members were present,. vizM. Messrs. H. E., Southey,. T., Graham,. S. R. Forsyth, H. M, Oxley, and. J. A. Maalcay; Mr. Southey was voted to the' chair,, and explained the object of the- meeting,, Mit. Forsyth proposod " That the undress unii form be made of service blue.; the jackets to be faced' with black braid, and the. trousers to have a stripe of black braid." Mr. Gra ham seconded the resolution, which was carried unanimously. Mr. Oxley proposed " that the forage cap consist of'black cloth with military peak,, ornamented with, nar row silver bands." Mr. Forsyth seoonded the motion,, which was carried unanimously. Mr. Forsyth proposed " that Mr. Kenneth Mackay- be appointed secretary of the com mittee, and " offici...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
Poverty and suffering.—" I was draggod down Willi debt, poverty, and Buffering for years, caused by a Rink family and large billB for doctoring, which dBd them no good. 1 was completely discouraged, until ono year ago, by tho advieo of my pastor, I procured Hop Bitters and commenced their use, and' ill pno lnonlli wo were all well, and 110110 of us liavo seen n sick day since; and I want to say to all poor inon, you can keep your families well a year with American Oo's Plop Bitters for less than ono doc tor'H visit will cost. I know it."—A Working Man. Bsad.—Advt. "I\7"ANTR,). l,0rfl0" ns NURSE, and to > T help with ncoillowork. Apply to Miw. DAHIC, Alittagong. WANTKD nt once, a LAD to attend to lioroo nn:i niul jnnUr liimsel/ goiicrnlly iujo fill. Apply, oliku or thin paper. 17*01! HALIS, sweet- IniH'il AMERICAN ORGAN, in excellent condition, n bargain, XI8, Really first-class FRICOltD 1'IANO, iron frnmo, chcap Rt £10, to be Kold for JU80. D. SHOUT, Ifernside, Bow l'ul. 807 rrUi...
Public Ball at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
Public Ball at BSittagong. A suBscnir'xiQN hall, was, held in Canterbury Ii'iill, Mittagongv 011 Wednesday evening last, under iiho auspiccs of Mr. Peter Mur phy, of Ibc Commercial Hotel. The chitif features of tbo evening, which woro looked forward to with groat interest, woro the se lection of the hello of the evoning, and the prizo competition for tbo best lndy and gen tleman dancers iu the room-. The walls of the. hall were ornamented with a border of terns, ,above which:, n.t regular intervals,. other ferns fti'Q fantastically arranged in tbo '■ shape of Prince of Wales' feathers. Danc ing did not commence till a late hour, and at midnight no more than forty two ladies audgentlomeu adjourned to the spacious room at tbo Commercial Hotel, aud partook of tho limny delicrisics and liffkt refreshments so abundantly provided by Mrs. Murphy, (xreat was the merriment caused by tl'io rumour that most of tho gentlemen declined ,-tlie I frightful responsibilities of' selecting the bcllo-o...
Original Poetry. THE ROSE WREATII. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
(Briijinal THE HOSE WJIEATII. Had I ft wreath of roses, Jane, I'd give it unto thee, That o'er thy brow its leaves would fall In stately ma/es y; Methinkssome angel would arraugo That sweetly, blushing shrine, Arid mako tiiy smiles of iunocenco lteseruble theirs—divine. Perchance—if I could tell the thought, A now-horn ray would rest, Descending from thy brow abovo, To shelter in thy breast, : "Where in that loving, loved abodo - 'Twould faithfully repose, And bring h, charm around thy soul Far sweeter than the rose. Thy.maiden thoughts would ever find: The llowrots of tlio May As fresh as when I wreathe! thy brow With roses—pulled lo-,day.' Philip D. Lowjieh. Bowrn.1, June, 1885.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
To Business People & Others. I^ORMS of Nolico Before Proceeding under tho Small Debts Act olitiiimilile at the free Press Olllcc. Prico 2d. cuoli. Receipt Books. ORDINARY Rcccipt BooIih luidium' Rcceipt Books, cavil containing 100; oil Halo (it ,tho l.i'i'uo I'rOHH Book and Stationery Depot, 'Bqw'ral,. '.Id. each. ' ■ , THT'j PUBIS PRESS ■ . ... CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Bono BoNn-siumsT, Bowiur&lt;. Open daily from 9 !i. m. till G p. m.; Saturdays till 10 p.m. ■ Entranco Fee—.Is. Than 3d. onch for every frosh book. All subscriptions payablo in advance. Tho library contains ovor GOO volumes, comprising worltH of romanoo, science, biography, Ac. Printed catalogues may bo obtiihiod on application to tho proprietors. SubsorihorB will pleaso hoar in mind thatono book must bo rolurnod before another can be taken. Borrowers aro respectfully requested to keep tho hooks as clean an possible. THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNING. SonsoiiirT...
A VISIT TO MACQUARSE PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
A VISIT TO MACQUARSE PASS. Towards tho'oud of May, ^ party of'seven, tliree ladies aud four gentlemen,; two. of the fornierbeing] visitors to Bowral from Sydnoy, sot. out on nil excursion-to Macquarie Pass. A comfortable sociable,drawn by two stanch hoises-r. and driven-, by a careful arid 'skilful jebu, conveyed iivo of tho exoursionists1; while two others, mounted on horseback, cautered merrily'by the &lt;sido of tho vehicle a9 it rollod swiftly along the road io, oui; cles, tination. 1 Tho day was all that could'he desired for the trip : a perfeolly bright and cloudless t sky was traversed by a sun with just'enough :genial'warmth in his beams to feel agreeable; while, the air,' though, koeu and bracing,was yet not unpleasantly sharp; and its .trans parent clearness„• permitted • tho scenery ■ to be viewed to the best advantage.. • A pleasant jou-iney of abont sixteen miles along a fair road ,and affording now and then som.e piettyglimps'es of the surround ing country; and...
THE CHRISTMAS FAIRY. CHAPTER. VII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
THE CHRISTMAS EAIHY CIUl'TUn. VII.—CONTINUED. That was soon fput into fluent idiomatic English with perfect facility; find the game procoss was gone , through in man} other parts of the book. . Leigh Falconer could have gone on^ translating all night with Bertie by his aide. ' Thanks, so much 1' she sniil,'presently ; and glancing at the clock : 1 Would there be time for a littlo of' Hernani, unless you are in a hurry ?' ' No, my. child. I am going to'stay to tea . —if.you wiU'hnve me.?' _: ' Of courso.. wo willreturned Bertie promptly. And springing to her feet,-, bIig ran across to a book-ease .for her i play. , j A knock at the door, aiul Mary Anne put her head in.— . ' Please, Miss Nellie, would you step this way a minute or two ?' Nellie rose and quitted tho room. Bertio came back wiljh 1 riernani, and re sumed her old poiition. i 'I wont ask you to do much—-only a, little !' she said. . • ■ ■ , . ' I shall never tire, Fairy Q.uoen, so, long as you don't.' ' She looked at him -...
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 June 1885
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ; and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. Colo; Vale, every Sunday, at 3 p.m.. Lower Mittagong, second Sunday in the month, at 3. Jellore, fourth, Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
Bowral Casli Tailoring Establishment. T. WILLIAMS, The Tailor, HAVING engaged tho services of a first-class cuttcr of large experience, is now prepared to givo tlic residents of Bowriil and surrounding districts flic latest fashions ill CSciltlcillcn's Clothing, Ladies' Hiding Habits, Ulsters, &c., &c., &c. T. WILLIAMS INTENDS to confine HIS TAILORING TRADE to the production of HIGHLY SUPERIOR ARTICLES at tho lowest quotations. 507 HUDSON BROTHERS, LIMITED, Clyde Agricultural Implement and Farm and Road "Waggon Works, granville, SYDNEY. -THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN AUSTRALIA. Plougbs, Scarifiers, Mowers, Com Shelters, Horse Genre, &o., &c., better made and ichoaper than any yet offored the Australian public. IRRIGATION APPLIANCES, EARTH SCOOPS, £ WINDMILLS. K3" Uso no othor but the Australian-mado "Clydo" Implements. SEND FOR CATALOGUES. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. , • 721 CAVALRY CORPS. BEST ENGLISH-MADE DOUBLE-REIII MILITARY BRIDLE, WITH . Si...
THE GOVERNOR OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
TIIE GOVERNOR OF WESTERN : ' AUSTRALIA. ; The Perth Inquirer, of May 13, says that when ■ Sir Frederick Broome " returns to his' seat of Govern ment next month, ho will find himself about tlib ,most popular Proconsul that has .ever, represented her Mjajesty in this portion fit hpr. empire. ' The reason of this is not far to seek.- During his ab sonoe Sir-Frederick Broome has,: by every means in his power, striven to: provo that he is a' true' friend of Western Australia.. Not only has his.Excellency smoothed tho way towards,making the floating of our new loan a financial success, but he has also made tho name of Western Australia familiar to millions of -persons to whom the' words were previ ously. utterly destitute of. meaning.... He has adver tised tho colony, its natural beauties, its vast unde veloped resources, and its illimitable potentialities of wealth in the very beat mariner possiblq. In this good work he has been ably assisted by his :gifted.iwife, who, by means of her li...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
CONDENSED ITEMS. Nearly half tbo members of the British Cabinet are widowers. Among tbe warlike tribes of the Soudan„ the unwritten law of tbo desert forbids any settlement around the wells,, as they are; common to all. An English naturalist assorts: that, the hedgehog cannot be poisoned—neither strychnmo, arsenic, nor prussio acid having any effect on it. A scientific paper says,, the piano is a. vampire which has sapped the vitality of thousands of girls by keeping them from healthful recreation. Oil paintings kept for a long time in tho dark become dim ; while expor.ure to the' ^ fresh air and sunlight completely restores, their original brilliancy,. A corps of cavalry, under similar regula tions to. tboso controlling the Sydney Light Horse, has been established at Albion.Park, in. the Illawarra district. The Austrian- astronomer, M. Appolzerh is preparing a list of the eclipses—8000 solar and 5200 lunar—of the period between , 1207 B. o. aud 20G1 a. d. " L.e Matin;" of Paris, sa...
GODLBURN COUKSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
GODLBURN COUKSING CLDB. The opening moot of tlio above club was commenced Inst Friday nt the coursing ground, Gundary (the race course), under most unfavourable auspices, us it was min ing all day. This, of course, militated against tho attendance, which was very small—between threo and four hundro&lt;i. The sport, however, was superb, and it was stated by one good juilgo to bo snporior to any ever soon on auy coursing ground in the colonies. Tlie arrangements wore excellent, and despite the rain tho spectators enjoyed themselves, Tho meeting concluded on Saturday when tho weather was fino aud tho attendance very good. Tho following x.ro tho results of tho various events :— Goulrcrn St. Leger—forlC dog puppios. KIllST HOUND. H. M'Quado's Maximilian, beat L. Gormley's Girl of tlio Period. L. Gormley's Gnioty beat J. MitchoH's Magpio. ■ Thorn and De Laurel's Trust beat L. Gormley's Gentleman Joe. II. Mortimer's Lord Garrington beat H. M'Quado's Miss Primula. A. L. l'ark!s Peac...
West Camden Mounted Rifle Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
West Camden Mounted Rifle Corps. Last Saturday tiflocnoon no less than twenty soveu troopers mustered on the parade ground in Mrs. Oxley's paddock, Bowral, to participate in the lirst drill sinco tho organi zation of theoorps. Acting upon the instruc tions of Sergeant-major King, they were put through tho various evolutions of light cavalry, such as marching and charging in single file, by soctions of fours, and by half soctions ;■ forming into line, wheeling iu sec tions of fours, charging in line, and reiniug back in line* Sovoral of tho evolutions were very croditably done, considering tho restive condition of somo of tho chargers, and the novelty of the situation* It should bo borno in mind by tho troopers that, spurs are abso lutely essential to the proper performance of their drill, and it would be well on future occasions if they left their dogs behind, as the spectaclo of seeing them follow tho troop when at drill is rather ludicrous from a military point of view. Tho procee...
Australian Comedy Company; [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
Australian Comedy Company; Tub Australian Gaiety Comedy and Bur lesquo Company, which has received flat tering press notices elsewhere, ia announced, as will be seen by advertisement in another column, to preform iu Canterbury Hall, Mittagongi on tho evenings of Friday and Saturday next, when Byron's great master piece, " Our Boys," and the farce " Supper for Three," will be produced. The com pany had made arrangements, to. give a performance in Bowttil, but as old school of arts is unlicensed for such a pur pose and the now building still remains un oponod, and, ergo, a monument of undis puted blundering, tho Bowral people will be deprived of such pleasure as; the' Aus tralian Comedy Company would otherwise have afforded thorn.
The Australian Contingent. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 June 1885
The Australian Contingent.. It is anticipated that the Arab, with the Contingent on board, will arrive in Sydney on Saturday evoningor Sunday morning-. Arrangements are being oomplcled for the vessel to be taken into quarantine* but her detention there will be as britf as possible. The siclc will be placed in hospital if neces sary ^ and the healthy will pass under sur veillance of medical officers. One object in detaining the vessel in quarantine is to afford opportunities for the men to have their clothes washed and cleaned, that they may bs more prosentable on landing ; and occasion will also be taken to thoroughly fumigate and purify the Arab previously to her boiug brought up to the Circular Quay. If the arrangements occur as it is thought they will, the public landing of the Contin gent will take place at noon on Tuesday, the 24; and it is possible that the force, having faithfully fulfilled its mission, and thero being no further requirement for its services, will be disbande...