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WHEN A MAN IS FORTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

Tfr&ENt-A MAN IS; FORTY, "V^hen- a man ip.fprty years.old-,. ancl;mprp, ' And,a, bachelor stiir remains, 3jf he. hasn't a, -wife,••though;he]B; .good; in . store. Wliut would'you,give.for his.storo?; What does,he,think of;himself ?' And: what does the w.orld think, too? \V,hat would, hp get out of life, , If only ho got his due ?; 4pdi I;'wojiclpivwhatever ho is made ofy To;resist so many bright eyes ?; And I w.ondpr what'hols afraiclof,^ " That ev,or beauty lies? > • For he's coward; I know,. Unwpr.thy of the sweetest, life,. Or else;his.bosom, wpuid glow, To, the. thought of home''and wife., What; dp .yoUj think,of• .the,, man; that lives Ip a beaiitil'lil; house alone?' And wh$it do.you,think.of the. hpuse.itself ? Won't it feel like the frigid, zone ?,< Lot him. keep,his solfish; state, For. lip hasn't a. care above;; And why. should a: good; girl. mate. "\V,ith a, man.that cannot,lpvp ?; . If he says he's afraid^ to seek,such, bliss; As,a,wife in.his.homp ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Intelligence. BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

gistriri liitcllicjcitxc, B UNDA NO O N.. Sin'ck my last wo liavo toon blcssccl with a succos-, • sion at warm gonial dayHi'und UH a natural'canM (juoiioo tlio grass is springing up in* all directions—, a fact tlmt all who inclnlyo in flower gardens can vouch for. ■■■■..■■ Mcsiui).Doyle and- party aro turning oat some firsp-nlafls ironbiirlc (jirdors; &c., .for some oE tho up-> country contractors, Tho'only iloni of'interest this week - in the grant-' hip of an Uolol-liccm'o for Bvmdaimoti. Three ap plications havo boon uiu.lo at dili'oront times, -but without fmcccss; Imt at last the appliqants liavo succeeded in obtain in;; what some think will boa blessing—others, iv-' (iiirKtv to. the neighbourhood;' 'J.'Jioro is no doubt' the public-housc will bo a first class blessing—to tho man who keeps it. , It is to bo hoped that tho powers that::.bo,.wilI see fit to grant us politso protection, autl tlmfc without further delay, as tlio close proximity of mi hotel- to .two minin...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MATRIMONY IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

MATRIMONY IN INDIA. The first few clays in an Indian liouio do indeed seem strange to every new-comer from Europe. The extreme publicity of life in those largo rooms, each having access to tho other by many doors, which invari ably stand open to admit free currents of air, veiled ouly by heavy purdahs (or our tains), from behind which swift, silent, bare footed attendants suddenly appear, and as noiselessly vanish again, like white-robed ghosts. Some one has described an Indian bedroom as a, " soction of a stroot with a bod in it!'—an account which I recoyuisod as true to tho letter when first awakened at about 5 a.m.—i.e., beforo sunrise—by see ing a couple of bearers bringing in lamps, and a curious-looking bhcestio, or water carrier, filling my batli from a black buffalo skin ; another man bringing hot water, and a fourth with " chota hazeri," or small breakfast of tea and fruit. Such an awakou ing seemed in truth lilco a bit of some curious dream of Arabian Nights; how to procee...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSS VALE LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

MOSS VALE IfCXNSrm COURT. WlODN'lSSDAY,. AriilL; 28. .Beforo Mossrs.F. II. Wilshiro; H. E. Kator, and ,T. A. Badgery.' W. A. Nicholas, through Mr.' Gale, ap plied for a licGiiso-fov a house at Bundanoon. Mr. Nichols, on behalf.of the Good Tom plars ol' Bnudauoon, and Senior-sergeant Latimer, opposed the application. After tho examination of n number of witnesses 011 both sides, tlio bonclx unan imously grantod the application. Tho application of 0. McAlistor for a con ditional i'iccnso l'or n houso to bo orocbocV ali Bundanoon was refused.. Franois Cunningham applied for a. con ditional licence for a houso^to be orocted near tho Fitzroy watorfalls. TliO' applica tion being informal it was, struck out. • A colonial wine license' was grantod to. George Roberta,, of Moss Yalov

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING AT ERIDGE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

GOURSWG AT HJtWGE I1 ARK. This:opening mooting ol tho Now South "Wnlos. ■ Coursing Club.was commenced at„Tirid;jc Parle, now Bowrul; on, Wednesday. Ia8t,,and'co»oludcd:on Thurs duy. afternoon.. Oil: botlv days tho weather, was lino,, tho attendance fair, und'thesport excellent., Following are, tho rosiiHt) ot tho various events:-— FltfST WAV,. WEDNESDAY.. Tho. Derby-,. fO£ l{S> puppies. wholpeLl:. tvEtcv 80th: : Juno, J.I382,. tho bona-lido prapoi'ty of. members of tliO' club at £u.; tho wjlinoi, £50,. runner, upXKJ, two dugs, • JB1Q oacli.. , . . A.L..Park's Polontur.boatr A. Town's TomptoiV". W. Coopcr's Cftirngorm: boat A',.Town's Tristan;. •Messrs.. LamblB. Liirpont. boat llill.,.'lui'l Wior'*.' • Itamlnl. ' : ••';. ' Messrs. Liimb'a Looh invar boat W:; Cowpor's Cob web.. IT. B.; Lord's Lord Lyoii' beat; W: Ghurkor'a Country Lad.. 11. L,Tooth's Tynodalo.boat H. LI."Lord's Lovelier. - Lamb's Liberator beat 11. L.,Tooth's Tinninghaiiio. Hill and Wior's Llavoo beat 11. L..Tooth'...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

TWO HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR The British Trade Journal says :—" A work ing model of Dauciioll's electric railway, is ou view n,t Union Court Chambers, Old Broad sircct., ."This railway - system is designee! in ,the moantimo for tlio carriage only of letters, parcels,, and light freights at a high rate of speed, and capable, if; the.inventor's liopos are not too sanguine, of being adapted some day to passenger traffic. Tho train runs on one rail, and is prevented from falling off by its connection with another rail,overhead, which, also.convoys tho electric current to the'motor. Tho construction is dosignod witli tho view of reducing friction to a min imum. Tho extraordinary speed of 150 to 200 miles an hour is aimed at by tho inven tor. ■ In those circumstances tho desire to fully test tho working of tho system as a post and parcel railway beforo adapting it to pas senger service will bo fully appreciated "by all • classes of travellers, norvous or other wise. Wo may; howeveivlook forw...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Intelligence. BURRAWANG FARMERS' CLUB AND WEST CAMDEN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

HURRA WANG FARMERS' CLUB AND JFJiST GAMDliN' AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. This annual mooting of tho above society' was hold in the Oddfellows' -Hall, ■ Burra wang, on: Thursday evening, 17 th iust., A." A- Duunicliff, Esq., J.P., president of tho club, in the chair. Tliore was a fair number of members present. ; Tlio chairman read the advertisement convening the meoting, :aftor which the minutes of the previous mooting wore read and after a little discus sion coniirmed. The next business was to read tho cor vespondenco, tho only matter of importance being a lottor from Uie Ulladulla Agricul tural Association,-dated -March' 10th, 18S-i, stating that at previous shows, tl;o general public who had patronised tho socioties, woro greatly annoyed by tho hideous noisos made by travelling shows and gambling games being allowed on tlie grounds during the show days, and that thoir;club had pas sed a resolution to prohibit suoh things in future, and asking other clubs to co-oper ate in helping to su...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

St. Stephen's Church,1 Mittugong. Servicos—Every Sunday morning'at 11 •i » evening 7 1st Sunday in the month, "afternoon 8 Colo (Ooloman's Siding) 2nd Sunday Lower Mitlagong 3rd „ Jolloro „ ' 4th ' „ ,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bowral free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strire mighlily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

% |iolnral Jrce |)i'css. Do as. mlvemtrics do in law, Shire mightily, but vat ttnd drink as friends. ■SATUJRDA Y, APRIL 26, 188-1. Now that tho drought has at longth broken lip and the district visited with a goncral soaking rniij, tho fanners should direct their attention to the question of preserving their greon fodder, wlion it arrives, and convert-, ing it into what is familiai'ly known as en silage. Should the frosts koep away, lor a fow weeks longer, and thero is 110 occasion for serious-alarm on this point, plenty of grass for the winter supply may be expected. On many farms towards tho end of "spring or tho beginning of summer thore will prob ably bo a far greater quantity of grass than tho live stock bolouging to tho place will re quire for consumption. It is thciofovo with a view'-of inducing the fanners 'of tho dis trict so adopt a simplo and.choap means of preserving this super-abuudanco of fodder that we, revert to tho really important sub ject of cusilago, On somo farm...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

pnnsnYTHiUAN; ••Hev4'iJobn:Evnns,"'M.A.,'5iini8tor— Mittngong, at 11 a.m. Bowrnl, nt B (School o£ Arts) Moss Valo, at 7 >

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

Boot and Shoe EMPORIUM, M I T T A G 0 N G, ;W, HUDSPETH, IN returning thanks for tho past favors bestowod upon liiui during tho last 18 years, ■ bogs to intimate to the inhabitants of fllittagong ftucj sur rounding district that ho lias Now Ojpeuoct Eusinoss in his Now Promisos with a LARGE. STOOK OP NE\W GOODS, just iui]iortQd^ which 1iq now offoru to tho Public AT SYDNEY PRICES and trusts, by civility and strict attention to. busi ness, to lmvo tho saino liberal patronage besfowed apouhim as heretofore. 41 Boot and Shoe Emporium, BONG,. BONG AND CHURCH STREETS, B OWll AL. Wm. W A I T E ~|I>EGS, to inform tho inhabitants of Bowral arid J_) surrounding district that ho lias always on hand a largo and lirst-clasa asssortmcut of BOOTS. & SHOES, of. tho vory host English and Colonial malto.. All descriptions of Boots and Snoos made to order, Excellence of finish, and splendid lit guarau-. Iced. All kinds, of repairs executed at. the shortest possible notice. W. WAITE, Corner...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

WEBIJ3YAN. Services willbo held to-morrow.aa follows Mittiigong," at 11, Mr. White. „ »'nt 7, Mi. Orogoiy. Bowial, at 11, l!ev. 0. Olden , „ nt 7, Mr. Wliito. Kangaloou, at 11, JIi'. Walsh. ' at 7 Hov.'O.1 Olden. Robertson, at 2.30, Mr. Walsh

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

BO>VBAli POSH OFFICE;. Mmt.b close for aU statipn? North.at',9.30. p.m., daily •'<^wrdayB excepted;) • ,,-^rjJ.'* uuii|]utuuiii tiiKi xiwuuivnuii td ji.tufi uuiyj "■^T^ViincIays oxcoptedi) Mails arrive at Bowral" from , 'iiitugaloon, and Bpbertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted:)! Mails wrivo from all stations South,at 3.30;a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays oxcopted.) From Sydney, l'arramatta, and all stations) West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.); The BowralMpney Order Office closes at 0 p.m. Post Offico.hours/from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery, of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. ■ Telegraph -Office :hovivs. from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (SundRyB.excepted.) " Mail;, dose for all stations- south at 9.30, p.m., Oundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank opon from 9 a.m. to 0 ' ' '

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

. PRIMITIVE MliTnomST. Tho llov. B. Jonnings will preuoh al Bimdanoon t0-m0iT0v/ morning at J1, evoning at 7..')0. Uowral at 11, Mr. Stokes.' „ uL 7, Mra. Davis.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

CATHOLIC. Muss will lie celebrated on Sunday noxfc nt Uur rawang at 11 o'clock.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

w 'ANTED, a General Servant. Apply to lUra. IT. Pain, Bowral. ■ 80 XXTASTR I'APER, Gibs, lor -Is.. oftico o£ ,lhis .■VV' paper. - ' ■ '* Department of Public TnptnicUnn. , fciydnoy, lUlli April, 188J. TCNDEUS FOH ADDITIONAIi BUILDINGS. ENDHT1S aro invited for tho Erection of Ad ditional Buildings in. coiincetion with the Moss Vnlo Public Rnliool. Plana and Specifications may bo seen and Forms of Tender obtained at tho nfllcc of the Department of Vublic Instruction, Sydney, and lit llic Moss Vale Public School, on application lo (ho teacher. Tonderu, endorsed; " Tender for Additional Build 'ings, Moss Vale Public School," must be lodged with the Acting-«Under Secretary, Department of Public Iiifltnietion, at or: before.10 o'clock a.m. on Monday, tho 12th May 1881. Tho Minister doest not bind himself to accept the lowest or any Tender. : - 85 , JOSEPH P. ABBOTT. J , L. . C- A M P B E L; L. Baker, General Groccr, and Ironmonger, ' BONG BONG-STREET, BOWEAL. ' Agont for tho ' ' -f1 . Nat...

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Select Poetry. THE CHEMISTRY OF CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

Sclcd IJactm. THE CHEMISTR Y OF- CHARA CTER. BY LIZZIE DOTEN. John unci Peter, and Eobort find Pnul, God in his wisdom, created thorn all. John was a statesman, and Peter a slave, Eobort a preacher, and Paul—was a knave. Evil or good, as the ca,so might be, White, or colorod, or. bond, or froo— John and Poter, and Robert, and Paul, (Sod iu his wisdom created them all. put of earth's elements, mingled with flame, Out of lifo.'s compounds of glory and shame, Fashioned and shaped byno will oi'theirown, And helplessly iuto life's history thrown ; Born by. the law that compels, men to. bo, Jiovn to, conditions they could not forsco, John aud Peter, and Eobort, and Paul, God in his, wisdom created them all. John was. tho head and tho. heart of' his Stato, Was trusted and honoured, was, noble, and greatl Petor. was made, 'neath life's burdens to ■ groan, And never- once, dreamed that his soul was his owyn. Eobort great honour and, glory, received, For zealously pleaching what no, one. be l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 April 1884

BIRTH. HORTON. — April 13th, at her residence, Public School, North Creek, the wife of John Horton of a daughter.  

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. LIST No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884

UNCLAIMED LETTERS, List No,. 9. The following letters (published in Gazette. No. 177 of April 18) have beon returned from the country, and aro now lying at tho General Posfc-oflico, Sydney. Parties ap plying for such letters are requested to give the correct number of the letter with the date and number of the list in which they may have observed their names, also where the letters are expected from, as such refer ence will materially facilitate delivery:— letters from places beyond the colony. 29 Goldie Mrs. D., Moss Vale 7 Parker W. F., Marulau Country Letters. 68 Amer Thos., Moss Vale 82 Anderson W., Marulan 12 Baker J., Moss Vale 188 Beattie J., Moss Vale 280 Black Edward, Moss Vale 288 Bolton Miss M. A., BowraJ 298 Booth Frank, Burrawang 822 Bowls W., Marulan 492 Brougham J., Nattai 521 Butler E. F., Moss Vale 688 Byron A., Colo 75 Cardell Mrs., Mittagong 188 Cassidy Miss Mary, Mittagong 140 Casson Eobert, Moss Vale 197£ Chittock Henry, Moss Valo. 294 Coleman T., Mittagong 829 ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884

j MISCELLANEOUS. Tnc number of telephones in aotnal uso in tho United States is above 200,000, aud a steady stream of them is running from the manufactory to customers who are anxious to have them, adding thus thousands every month. In England there are every year in J[nne 8,G00,0C0 cows and heifers in milk or calf and about 180,000 families are concerned in tlio industry. If each of theso cows give 450 gallons of milk a year, at Gd, a gallon, the sum will amount to over forty millions sterling. In disapproving of the Rev. Ward Boecher going to see Henry Irving and Miss Terry act, the llev. Justin Fulton, a Brooklyn pastor, said in a recent sermon of his ;— " Place mo upon a Polar iceberg where no verdure meets the eye, where naught but the white bear's growl can be heard ; lot me live where no friend shall clioer me with his smile; bar mo in prison ; but do not, oh, do not compel mo to mingle with the ungodly crowd of a theatre!" Ma. Archibald Forbes, the celebrated war corresponde...

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