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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

BIRTH. JARVIE. — On 17th instant, at the Public School, Joadja, the wife of W. Jarvie, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BANK BOBBERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

THE BANK BOBBERY. TO THE EDITOR OP TJW 3MWKAL WISH ' P«12SS. Sin,—In referring to the recovery of (lip property recently stolen from I,lie Buwnil Commercial Bunk, you have minio a few inaccuracies, which I trust you will allow mo to correct. My brother anil I luivo re cently erected a high puling Tunco for Mr. B. II. Osborne at llopewood, about n mile aud a half from Bowml, but the work had not been liiuiclecl over to Mr; Osborne at the timo the stolen goods wero found. A portion of this fence was erected in the wet weather, and oil the 15th instaut wowure engaged in pntting in position a few of the posts which the damp weather had caused to lean over. The ground-being very hard, wo resolved to take a shovelfull or so of soft earth from the corner post—[which you stated to have been out of position, and that instructions hud boon given to make it right ; but the truth is that it was not out of position, nor could wo have recoived miy instructions from Mr. Osborne to put it upright)....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A DISTRICT CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

A DISTRICT CATECHISM, [By VbnusJ " There's nothing in it, don't you boo ? To rouil.it what iv lint you'll bo 1 " " I'll vend it, sir, until I íiiicl í v Jt reully can't imjirovo Iho-niind." ; Mourns Poem. 1. Wiiehe is Bowral ? — la Now South Wiilos, : 2. Whore is Mittftgong ?—Thrco miles from Bowrnl. 1 2. Is Melbourne near Bowral ?—A Yankco would say " 11 rofor you >: to >- the station master ; " an Englishman would givo you to understand ho know overy placo, and would probably tell you that Melbourne was a comfortable afternoon's walk from Bowrnl. 'i. And what answer do you give?—I beliovo that Melbounio is 57l> miles from Sydney. As Bowrnl is 80 miles from" Syd ney, tho comforinblo afternoon's walk from Bowral to Melbourno would be 496 miles ! 5. What makes the English pooplo so ignorant ?—I don't know. G. Does Bowrnl divide tho railway ?—No, tho railway dividos Bowral. 7. What railway goes through Bowral ?— Tho Great Southoru llailway. 8. Doos it go as Jar as England ?—N...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

BOOT & SIÎOE emporium:, Main-stiii:i3T, JíiTwooífn. W. HUDSPETH, PIÍOl'IUKTOIt. A LL descriptions of Boots and Shoes always on XJL band at Sydney prices. Kepairs neatly and promptly executed ; now elastic put in old boots equal to the original. 4 J. a HYAMS, Practical Watchmaker and Juwklleb, Argylc-street (nearly opposite II. K. Hall's), : MOSS Y AUS, And Bong Bong-slreel, Bowral. All kinda of repairs neatly and i>romptly executed. HYAMS will, visit Bowral overy Thursday _LYL' afternoon, and may-he'Seen at the ollice of ;the Free Press. 'kiAll favors left at this ollice. during the wuelc will be delivered, and ordeis given as requested. - 10 1 . victory ! . . , . Victory Healing- Extract ' Rapidly heals Old Sores mul the'uiosl despcrato Ulcerations & Skin Diseases. ^ ■ i ' Victory Cure for Toóítháclie and; Neuralgia, Cures the worst case witliiu ten minutos. ' " They are new-and amazing remedies, and ave " working cures by the thousand. ' SOLE AGENTS foi'l¡a\YJíA...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat abd drink as friends. Wednesday November 26, 1884. BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

SCjjtHflfojral Jfrcc ^jrcss. J)o as adversaries do in law, tStrive mightily, but cqt arid drink qs friends. '< Wednesday November 26, 1884. . ' BOWRAI) YlGItAKCE COMMITTEE, Tins Committee met ou Monday evening. Present—Messrs. O, Grove (in the clmir), H. M. Qxley, Vf. H. George, D. Ellstndre, "\Y. Oharker, \y. Beer, and \Y. J. Osborne (secretary). '.Tl^e minutes: of last meeting; held 11th November, were confirmed. "A letter -was read from ; the ..¡roads, depart ment, stating' that, thecommissioner : for roads had under consideration the question pf who" had thp control over the piece of Moyrigaug road situated between Bong líong-street and the Bowral railway station. » . A letter from the public works deprçrl ment stated that the, cattle-yards at tjio Bowral station wore amply large enougli, especially as Moss Vale "and Mifctagong. were close at hand. (This letter was rathef roughly criii çised.) ■ Mr; Oxley proposed—r" That Mr. T. Gar yett, be asked to present the petit...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A REMARKABLE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

A" REMARKABLE LETTER. As mentioned on Saturday, wo (liege* Gazette) are in receipt of a sensational coin umuination from Nosv Zealand, Iho wntei is a Mr. 11. A. II. Fnizer, who at ono time was placed'in authority as : Catechiat1 at Moruva. Wo aro informed that tlio writers intollect was astray iu England previous to Iiis advent to this colony, and our informant adds : " ho is probably a lunatic now. gives his present address ;—0'"° ^ Mr. Braleen rig, Geuoral Seerotary, Y.M.O. As sociation, Wellesloy-stroet, Auckland, and heads his communication— "A CONFESSION." It was only since I learnt,th|U I oqulcl "ot cxpcct to bo forgiven by Goil until I. harl confessed to thqso I had robbed that I have thought ol making the1 tóW lowing confession. I learnt this sinco my arrival here (ovor two months ago,) _ , , Strange though it may seem, I do not thmlt tw I ever was aware that it was ft man 8 ^ > to c?nfo^ to any lie might have robbed. I tho"«X amount, or value, was latornod ^on^cnw.1tj«» ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BAND OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

BAND OF M EEC Y. The Band of Hopo for children which hns for some yGfti's boen held at St. Simon and St. Jude's Ohurcli was yesterday formed,in to a " Bund of Hope and Mercy," and the çhildren will be henceforth taught to avo.id jfothonly-intemperance ■ but also cruelty to animais!' The additional promise to be taken is as follows I promise to protect (ill aiiiinals. from illtreatment, with all :my power.: When I am compelled to take the fife of any creature I will spare !all needless pain." • The Band of Mercy number 80,000 m England and America and are under the especial patronage ; of the ¡ Queen and. Royal Family. Miss Ijevvy, the lady who first started the societ^Mi New South Wales,thus describes them " 'Bands of Mercy are neither : more nor less than' a ' Universal Animal Protection Society,' punibhes all cruelty actually committed, the duty of the Baads of Mercy ' is to iudnco their mem bers-to study the natura of animals, and by leading them .to understand their habits— thei...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

' LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. J. G. Morris will soll by auction the Cherry Bank dairy herd to-morrow.- ; ScAHLET-pnvRR reported to bo in Bowral. Wo hear that some of tlio public school children come from houses .where the fever exists. Three oricket matches wero played in Bowral last Saturday. Bowral won ineaeh match. See the scores. The Colo Vale Church tea-meèting takes place on Saturday next. Besides the tea, tlicre are to be a cricket match and a con cert. ' The. weather in Bowral has lately been very changeable—one day hot, the next cold. On the whole it is fine. Wo are enjoying a grand season. • A Bowii/vr., school-boy tho-other day, in buying a led-pencil, declined to take one .that was sharpened, saying that it was not long enough. He bought tho.wood,, not the led. „ ' ' 1 ■ 'I s * 1 - The railway department statea that the :Mittngong'aud Moss Vale cattlo yárek are so' convenient to Bowral that they will not eularge the cattle yard at the Bowral sta tion ! " , • -..¡The Bowral Chur...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CORIOUS EQUITY SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

COIÍIOÜS EQUITY SUIT. On Monday,17th instaut, before tbo Primnry Judge, a very extraordinary equity suit, Diggiugs v. Clarke, was commenced, the bearing of which lasted tbo whole week. Tlio facts .are briefly, those :—Joseph Levi Difrgins, of tbo Pioneer Hotel, Kangaroo Valley,'instituted equity proceedings to have it declared that lia has paid tbo defendant, William Clarke, the purchaso money of the hotel ; and to obtain a rolease of the mor tage on tbo premises. Tlio property, it ap-. pears, was sold by defendant to plaintiff in Novembor, 1882, for ¿02000, half of which Was paid in cash ; tlio balance remaining on i mortgago at 9 per cont. On the 23rd Fob I ruary the plaintiff paid tlio fourth quarter's I interest ¿B22 10s., andrecoivod the following I receipt from defendant:—" Kangaroo Val I loy, February 28, 188'1. I, William Clarko, i of Kangaroo Valley, have this day—the 28tb i day of February—received from Joseph L. ¡ Diggins tho sum of twenty-two pounds ten ■ shillings (.£22...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Our Pastime Column. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

Our Pastime Column. 8. CHARADE (liy " l'hmi.")—My first ¡a attached to a balloon, luv second i h a ututo of decomposition, and my wliule is n vegetable. CONUNDRUMS. ; 9. Why is a diahoncst bankrupt liko an honest poor mini ? f 10. Why is ft Bolllsli friend like the loiter l1? 11. Why is n man who cim't learn by exporionco Jiko a laurel ? 1*2. What must you dó to n ten-table to waku it tit to oat? ■■ . Answer to Charade iu last "Wednesday's issue.— " Plum." .•.= Answers to Conundrums.—0. Becauso it is nothing without ft tail, 7. Whon lie hasn't a hit in his mouth. .■■■■•■

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PARKES v. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

l'ARKES v. WEIiB, On Monday morning, bo foro Mr. Justice Eaucelt,in Li ig criminal court, Mr. William Webb, the publisher and proprietor, of tlie Ç(t)ii])beUtown Jfcrald, was arraigned on a charge of having published a libel upon Sir Henry Tarkes. Mr. Edmunds, 011 IielmU' ,of tho accusod, applied for postponement of the trial until the following morning at 10 o'clock, in consequence of the accnsed not 3-et having hnd lime to file his plea, and also on account of the illness of his counsel, Mr. Pilober. Mr. Dnlluy, Q.C., op posed the application ; but the coiuisid for tho defence having pointed out that although application had been made for a copy of tho information on the 10th instant, it was not supplied until the 2]sfc, wlien the connsei was too ill to draw up the plea, he withdrew tho objection, and the trial was postponed until the following morning at 10 o'clock.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

CHIMIE XT EVENTS. T1)0 population of New Guinea is esti mated at one million. Mr. Bowman, a noted San Francisco capitalist, lias failed for half a million. Mr. Vanderbilt has donated: 500,OOOdols, to the College of Physicians,.,Ne\y:.York..;,. _. * A marriage is arranged between Presi dent Arthur and a daughter of Mr. Freiing liny sen, secretary of state» The President of the Republican Club a1 Lacrosse,. Wisconsin, was shot dead while heading a political-procession. -'The'mur derer was lynched. • •• 1 The governmont'of' Columbia have" noti fied the Panama Railroad Company thai they will not allow ' that railway to bo cut chauged, or damaged./or, the benefit of D< Léssep,'s,cç,naU 1', 1 J i.a «'-> Governor Cleveland, the democrats candidate lor the Presidency; was furiously assaulted in the streets of Albany, first by^i man named Boone," and afterwards at th Execntivo Mansion by Boone's wile, becaiis I ho refused to pardon Bryoii Fairfield, thoi relative, sontenced for...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

Despatch of Mails Tor the United ! Kingdom. .Lettjjus, newspapers, packets, Ac., intended for despatch to the United Kingdom, may be posted at tho Bowral post-oûlee uy to 'J..80 p.m. on tho follow ing dates :— Wednesday, Nov. 26—per Orient steamer Tuesday, Deo. 2—per 1\ & 0. steamer Thursday, Deo. 4—por Messageries Marítimos via Marseilles Wednesday,"Dee. 10—per Orient steamer Tuosdny, Deo. 10— ¡-or P. <fc 0. steamer Wednesday, Dee. 21—per Orient steamer. Tuesday, Dec. SO—per 1\ tfc O. steamer. The Fatal Fatuity of Counterfeiters.—It would almost seem as if there was a spell of fascination in fraud, as-if in the very conception and execution of a vicious deed tliore was some mnnck of n charm. For surely the imitator must know that his imposi tion will soonor or later be detected. And yet there are parties still striving to reproduce Wolfo's Schnapps. Be sure you obtain Wolfe's Schnapps..— Adv. ;

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DAISY LATIMER; OR FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

DAISY LATIMER; For Love, ok Weamhi. CHAPTER IV. (d0OTÍÍí:qEÍ)'.).' «' Yes, I friendo" îshj$saîd cái& leBsly. > " No'P0Í!ÍO^£U'S,'though ?'V^ •• : ; V r " Wliatr "do /yon ;mcau,',Conáin' Philip"? You look vety wicked," sbo replied evasive ly ; but her colour now- rose high, and the baronet felt certain there was something behind the scenes. ; " A lover, no doubt," he thought angrily. " I shall take good care Bbè hears no more of him. I never looked wicked," he rejoined aloud, leaning lazily against the rickety wall of .-the summer-house. - "Ah, you don't see yourself occasionally/' retorted Daisy, tossing, some roses in his face ; and as the pink leaves fell scattering around him, she ran off down the walk. Sir Philip did not follow» though sorely tempted. She bewildered, foiled, and fas cinated this world-satiated man,,who liad never met a woman for whom he, felt a spark of warmth of affection during his numerous London seasons. "I.will watch lier," " he thought, as ho ga...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL OAKLAND; on, Undying Love. H Y AI) A 6 011) S ß Y» (wlutten exrnjîssriy fou the bowit.u, free Pjiess.) oiiapten v. Ik oottrab of timo Jack Hay man and Prod Mildmay reached'the diggings, pitched thoir tout, pegged out a olaim, and were soon at work. Tho number on tho .field woro already very largo aud continued to inoreaso daily ; and finds ot considerable value woro so frequently announced tlmt it is moro easily to imagino than describo the excitement that prevailed consequent on tho spread far and wide of such as suring nows. In no timo nil sorts and conditions of men woro looatcd on tho diggings ; clerks and othors resigned lucrativo positions to search for the hiddon greed ; sohoolmastors and bank clerks wore num bered'among tho miners ; mechanics and artisans of every kind found thoir way thithoi wards,all atlrnoted by tho samo niagnot and bont on tho Bamo objeot— tho acquisition of wealth. Por' como little time both Prod and Jnok found their now work by...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

¡PRIZE STORY for FREE PRESS. TH a view of promoting and encouraging literature in the district, and from a desire to improve our journal by tho publication of original articles, wo have decided to offer a prize of two guineas for the best original Australian Christinas story for publication in the Bowral Freo Preset o commence on Saturday, 20tli December. . Competi tors will please observe the following rules ¡— 1. The tale must not exceed in length twelvo ordi nary newspaper columns, and must bo written only on one sido of the paper, 2. All contributions tobecomo tho property of tho proprietors. 8. Tlit) proprietors reservo tho right to publish tho ' BDcopd best story on payment to the writer of half a guiuea. „4. Competitors must forward their contributions \o the undersigned not later tbat December 10. Tho first instalment of the prize story to appear in Freo Press of Saturday, 20th December. W. & D. L. BEER,. ' Proprietors, free Press Office, •• • October 29, 1884.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 26 November 1884

GREAT REDUCTIONS. JOHN Ö. MOKKIS, HAS tlio ploasuro to announco that, having mndo somo LABOE PURCHASES oí on very advantageous terms. He is able to offer UNITSUAI« INDUCEMENTS to Purchasers,. , ; Tho whole Groccvy List baa. boon rovisod, and PRICES CONSIDERABLY REDUCED, Only Best Brauels kept, Tlié Christmas Fruits are to hand* Tho pvioo has been fixed low, and the quality «scellent.. Spécial Yàlue in Sugars» MáPiiT. Eyory department is fully stooked with now and seasonable goods.. Tb.ç, PRINTS., SATEJ3.N&. ZEPHYRS, and CAMBRICS this year arc a Marvel of Beauty, And the- Choice-'of < Patterns'<<íb Very l>firgo.. OTÏÏEP PRESS MATERIALS ave- ajsp, ill, good¡ variety, both, oí texture and design,. Ladies' and Children's Hats; ïn all tho Newest ShapoB., (%ïiav $ (iiiijjMj JTçtas, $ foments. Latest Shipinonts from London. The Stocti of Men's, and Boys' Clothing fe \y¿U Assorted, Quality Good,: and Prices. Moderate., BOOT & SHOE DEPOT. T...

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

yres?ti>/an- Church. Servient to-morrow, November !J0 :— Mibliif{miKi at 11. Mr. Oaliornn ; ut 7\ Pronolior ])o\vrii14'iit 1J-, Pronohor; tvt 7, Rov.,R( MuMichfiel ICangiilwm, nt U, Rov.T, .It, iUcMiclmol RobprtBOn, nt 7.30, Mr. Wliito

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

St. Simon and St. J udh'h, BowiiAr, I Divine Survice will lio halrt every Sunday at 7.-15 I a.m., U a.m., and 7.!)0 p.m. ■ | Holy Communion.—Firnt Sunday yi tim montli, nt j miililuy sorvico; sworn! and fourth SnndayH I at I ho curly service; third Sunday at the I OvoniiiK sorvico. ! Children's Service.—Every Stindny at tho Paraonago lit 11 ii.ii).Inst Sunday, of- month in tho qhuroh ut, 3J.S p.m.

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CHURCH SERVICES Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

church services; ■ Ghitrch of' Jinqland. . Sovvieoa to-morrow, Novomlmr f)0 Uuv. I'1. C. Williams, oT Mittngong, will pvcach at Mobs Valo at 7,80, limulanoon at 8, and i Sutton Forest at 11. Kov. J. It. Millions will preach ftt liong Dong rit 1.1, i. Moinit Aslib.y n,t 3, Suttoji Forest at 7.!I0. I Special Collection lor Chuvijh. Saciuty.

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