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THE NORTH SHORE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

TUB NOilTll SIIOI115 MYST1511Y, At half-past 8 o'clock on Thursday morning thoCorouor wont to the South Sydney mor gue to asoortain whothor or not tho jurors, who liad boon looked up all had ag reed on thoir verdict, At that how tho foreman intimated that no agreomont had boon arrived at, as also that it \vaa ox tromely improbablo that any verdict could bo roturnod. 'Tho'Coroner thou discharged tliom. It is rumoured that ton of tho jurors woro in,favour of returning a verdict of wil ful murder ajjanmt Sheridan, but tho re maining two. would not concur with such a verdict S. M. Herald.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

Ilcfo gear fefoj. tagntMalktt toirs* BIRTHDAY CARDS. W. & D. L. BEER Imvo on hand a GRAND'SUPrLY in tho abovo lines, and Ladios of Bowral and tho Berrima District aro moBt respectfully invited to l'AY A "VISIT of inspection, and malco early selections for sending to England and elsewhere. In our large and phoioo eollootion thp rosoureoH ot artistic taste arc displayed to imracnao advantage; and all persons aro suro to find something tlmt will suit thorn (is wpll as if they purchased in Sydney. OUH PRICES will also bo found to bo quito as low as most Sydnoy retail ljouses, Trices*—One Penny Each up to Seven SJtillim/s and Sixpence JUiiclt, W. AND D. L. BEER, Free Press I3oolc and Stationery Depot. BONG I30NG-STIU3RT, UOWllATj.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

"VT-ASTE I'AI'-Wv, (5 lbs. for Is., oflice of fliis ( V X paper. ■ " ' ' LETTS'S DIASIES FOE 1085, ON SAL15 ill ilio Proo I'iwn Book mill Stationer,' Depot,1 Bowral, from Is. 3d. upwards.: •••■*. A. EITTER, Paintris, (iiiAiNuii, Dkcokatrk, ifcC., itC.,' Argyle-stieut, iMOSS V AI^ 10, and Bong Bong-street, BOWIIAL. Paperhaugings, Oils, Varnishes, Dolors, Ac., it«. ■ Always oil: hand. AJ1 orders promptly niton Ic.-l. to, and satisfaction guaranteed.-- ■ , ■ W00.D-PSSSHHVI!-7G OIL A.ni> KnmjKi'.xi-.' Tau, Wholesale. - ■ J. J. KUANE, ■ — .Stores, Sal tni. MOTION A S I have commenced tho contract oE Mm Public 1L School (itMOSS VALE, 1 find tlmt I must remove there until tho contract is completed. Oui'in,1? iny torn porn r.y absonco from Bowral, nil onlciy for i'l' XKli.\LS, iVc., can bo left at the Fue f.'itrsrf oiiico, and will have tho samo immediate attention.' . W.M. A.LLKKDICK, ' " .' Undertaker, <£e. H. J. EEADSTOCK, CunON'OJIHTUR WATCH AN'II Cl.OCK MaKIU!, Opposite R...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

DAVID MGFFITT, Auctioneer, Land and Insuraneo Agont, ' HOiJlill'l'SCXN. 102 J. Gr. MORRIS, Auctioneer,, Vroperty SaloKinan, Insurance Acont, ■<Xc., tic., Opposite liailway .Station, LOWKAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Laud, Eslato, aucTGcncml Commission" , , Ajjctti, _ - " • * MO.SW VALE. ^ Agent for Victoria l^iro lnsiiranco Company. • ■> JOHN WEIGHT, I Auctioneer, Lund uuil Esilato Agent. ! i ! All transaction!), i" tlio above 1 ine will locoivo tlio■ I [ grealent euro and attention. Address I MJJDtCAr, HALL. NAT'iAI. BOv/EAL BRICK COMPANY. T'nn,?.^,0. Co,"t"l,'.y for Sale fil-fil-flasi ■ "jV , . V? JP 'll,;"]tUy. U'lio usual discount allowed lot Cawli. ■■■■.■. C. GROVJ3, Manager. FOR SALE, SAWS' TIMBER. .Stringy Bark j3ox, an,J Blue (Jum. Tim host and i.'jiL'iiptsl. in tin: diniriul Lou led on Trucks at Hill lop. 1' or jui tiisiilflirt npply to J. ,1. UUfVNJi, jUimigoug or Nnltni. J. JACOBIE, Tiaclical Culfer and Tailor, IJOWUAL. ' .: Largcisolection of 'Ihveeds lo oh...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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IS THE SCHOOL OF ARTS A SAFE STRUCTURE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

is ti1e scriool of arts a safe structure ? TO tlin TJDITOlt OK 'III15 TJOWHAJi FHEB PlUSflfi. < Sin,—In writing on tho abovo subject I do not wish to : create a scare'in : the minds, of tho public, but simply to draw tho attention of tho committee to its. , UiinjjinoBS in its enrly stagos and before any accident oan happon therewith. Doing desirous ol seeing.how tho work of orcction was. proceeding, I took a stroll , to the works thisavoninK when tlio first thing struck liio was why the comrailtoo had not ilocidoil on a smaller and more substantial building instead of , having, (to.uy mind)'a lot of- useless- rooms—rooms that could be done very well, without in a town of our dimensions, and utilised the labour and material on the- more needful portions of the building:] for instance, 1 may quote the passage leadingfrorn the entrance into tho hall, the walls of which arc only five inches thick, one wall having a clear run of at lonst thirty feet without any support. Now, w...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE "BOOZER'S" PARADISE. (Sydney Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

TJIE "BOOZER'S" I'AHADISE. (Byihmj JJullc/in.J The Swiss, nation drink more alcaliol per head than any European pooplo. In lixll 1882 the importation of wiiie ( although tho, country is.wino-producing) reached the largo llguro oi' 80;),!)(>!) quintals, a quintal being one hundred gallons. ' In thirty years the importation lias quadrupled, although clur iug the same period there iiii,-; boon littler? no incrcuue in the population. In addition to the wine, there is.imported eyery.year ;:ton millions of litres of pure alcohol,.. for the purpose of being manufactured into what 'is termed cait-de-vio. ' Brandy of '' best quality" is purchasable at (id. por litre, and it is sold everywhere, aurl in almost every class of shop. In England, one has to pay an averago of sixpence for the sixteenth of a. pint of alcohol; a full half a pint can be bought in Switzerland for one penny. J a a corresponding ratio with tiic increase of drinking, mental diseases and: iudigeuoy: liave increased, unt...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

As the night begins to longthon the gas bill begins to strengthen. , - Distressing spoctncln—A short-sighted person looking into futurity. :~ "Very good, but rather too pointed," as the fish said when it swallowed the bait. " Too big for bis bushier," as tlio lady sail to the sweep who atucljin the chimney. Celibacy ami Wedlock.-- If a single lifo iR bad, Iheivit stands to reason that doublo lifo is twice as bad. A correspondent who inquires, " wbero is tbn best place to get a tip-top education" is referred to the high school. A little boy bud been sent to dry a' towel before the nursery fireplace. " Mara mil, is il done when it is brown V" he nsked. ..During the year 1888 it appears tbafcGer many (which lcadsiu thin particular* boolc malung being-almost a national vice, against : which many of her critics have; protested) produced' no less than -Id,802- new i books.: Great. Britain produced (ivl'LT,'whilo tho United... States, with only rJiftyy millions of people at all its schools...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOVERS' QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

LOVERS' QUARRELS.. A HESi'EOTABLY-DiiisssED young in an,, applied to Mr.; Lusliiugtou recently life ft London court,. ^°r 11is advico under tlio following ,circumstances,: Ho stated-, that lie bad boon, engaged to'a young lady, and they wero to bo married in a short time,, but, in.' conse quence of a,'quarrel the match .was; broken: off. Applicant bad made- the. lady a number of presents, and in addition .be bad' bought a number of things with which they wero to *oominonce housekeeping, tljeso things being left in the custody of the young lady's mother. As tie affair was all knocked upon the head, ho th.ongh.tHint ho had a perfect right to liavo llioso things back Avliioh he had bought for tlio house, but when bo applied for thom the lady's mothor and also tlio lady herself deolared that bo should not havo them," and hq. therefore wished . to see if the Court could assist him to reoovor the possession of iiis property. In reply to the magistrate, the applicant said that the things c...

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

OIIAPTEU V. ' Hamilton wonkl lmve liked to have taken a trip over to Franco or Italy, and indeed .^proposed to do so, but Maud would not hear 'of such an'expense. " By-aiid-by," she Mid, " when your affairs are arranged a:) ! I am able to add sometlien:; to the com:: l stock, we .will have a itv,- weeks abroad, but not now." . And'lie did not think it adbis;;,i)Io to per sist, lose sho should suspect anything, or ask questions .which could only be answered by falsehoods. : Thou-.Maud greatly desired to see the lake country, of which friends had given her such glowing accounts. Blie had never travelled farther than Brighton in her life ; for when Mr. AVilton took his pleasure ho liked to take it unen cumbered by a daughter, and until hor aunt came to reside with them, she had never been ten miles out of London. Therefore all places possessed tho charm of novelty for hor, and it would have been difficult to have found a placo that would lmvc charmed her more than the English Switzerla...

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. (S. A. Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

T1IE EXGLTSir CIJiCKETERS^ (8. A. Jiff/inter. J ' The English train that has arrived by llio Orient is the eighth that 1ms visited' Aus tralia. It will lio interesting here to give the names ami performances of nil the, | players*who have yot visited the colonics. I Tho first team ciimo in .1801-2; and was | composed of II. H. Stephenson (captain), G. I Bennett, W. Caiiyn, G. Griffith, \V. .Mndie, i E. Stephenson, Eogor J.ddiaon, ••.P;.;Heamc," ! G. Lawrence, Yv'- Mortloelc, 'J.1. Sowell.'jun., and G. Wells. Thoy played twelve.matches, won nix, lost two, and lour wore drawn. The highest score made by this toam was 805. ' ; Tho second came 'in 1S0D-1, and-was composed of G. Parr (captain),G.'Anderson, Julius C;ea;ir, W. Gafl'yn, 11. Carpenter, A. Clarke, E. M. Grace, T. Ilnyward, J. Jack son, T. Loekyer, G. Tarrant, and E. C. Tin ley. Thoy .'.played • sixteen : matches;won ten, lost none, and six wero drawn. High esL saoro 310. • . 1 .1 The third team camo in 1878-4,: and - was: comp...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

mrxB^xoox,, Wis liavo boon enjoying beautiful woathor during tho last week. j A lmmUov of mou aro omployod lowering I tlio siding and altering lIio screens at Mm J Kingwooil Colli cry siding villi a view. of facilitating tho. loading and delivery oJVuor'. ! They will bo able to load an immense I quantity of coal in a very abort lime when theso improvements are completed. Affairs at the Erith Colliery are still un settled. The nows of Mr. Baker's success at tho Carcoar election gave great satisfaction to tho public of- B.undanoon ; lie ia dosprvodly popular around hero. ■ Mr. S. Tooth is Greeting a shop on ouo of tho allotments recently sold by the Primi tive Methoclist Connexion, and Mr. B.oar nian is following suit with a boarding house. The Bundanoon cricketers went to Moss Valo last Saturday to play the return match with the Moss Valo cricket club. Owing to soveral of-the best men having loft the dis trict only a weak team could bo got together. .For Moss Vale II. Eiolmrdson bo-w...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

PRIZE STORY for FREE PRESS. ITH a view of promoting and encouraging literature in the district, and from a desire to improve our journal by tho publication of original articles, we have decided to offer a prize of two guineas for tho best original; Australian Christmas story for publication in tho Tiowral Vreo Press, to commence on Saturday, 20th .December. Competi tors will please observe the following rules:— 1. The tale must not exceed in length twelve ordi nary newspaper columns, and must bo written only on one side of tho paper. ,■ 2. All contributions tobecomo the property of the proprietors. i). The proprietors resorvo the right to publish tho Bcoond best story on payment to iho writer of half a guinea.. ' . >• . . . . ; -1. Competitors must forward their contributions to the undersigned not later that December 10. Tho first instalment of the prize story to appear in Preo Press of Saturday, 20th December. W. A D. L, BEBll, Proprietors, Frco Press Office, October 20, 1881.<...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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PERJURY PROTECTED. (Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

JPKRJURX PROTECTED, (Evening Kcwu.) Tub Supronio Oourt luia affordod another oxtunplo of that immunity which doth hodgo about perjury. Tho cuso of Diggius iwvws Clarko is ono of thoso about which liioro cuit bo no mistako with respect to tho fact tlmt perjury was committed. It hoiiio tiines occurs that wituossoB ilatly contradict each othor without the crimo being absolute ly iuvolvod in tho contradiction which may bo tho roHult of a mistako on the 0110 sido or tho othor. In tho Equity suit which was decided last JiViijay thoraiyas, howeyor, 110 such kliving blomeiitas this, as ouo or other of tho parties to it must havo committed tho moat deliboyalu and audacious perjury, whilo tlia evidenco of some othor "itnoasoH jnuat havo boon fulbo. The facta ditho casp briefly slated \yoro, sq far tis regards tho por jury, verysimplo. DiggiiiBpurohased an hotel from Olarko for .£2000, half of which ho paid in cash ; ft mortgivgo being given over tho lioitHo of tl}0 other i'1.000. This halanpo...

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 and drink as friends. Saturday, November 29, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

§oinrai Jf.rcc |jjress, Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Saturday, November 29, 1884, .This .'.probable completion of tbo new school of arts in Bowral within three months from the present time suggests the query as to the best means to bo adopted iu m akiiig the opening celebration a fitting and attractive one, both as regards reuiu norntiveness to the funds of the institution, and the execution of the details in connec tion with? the demonstration that will merit as universal public approval as side jealous ies and prejudices will' admit being done. Already the opinions of various individuals as to" the form the opening ceremony should take have -.appeared iu our columns, and although theso suggestions may bo con sidered fairly representative of public opinion tho committee of course hold the right 'to arrange for the demonstration on quite different lines should they be so in clined. At any ralo somo of the sugges tions that have been mad...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Bowral Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

BSowral Literary &amp; S>c5i:i.tiiag Society,. Tub weekly mooting of tho above society was hold on Thursday evening lagt^ T'hoi;o was,a fair. at(«n-. danceof momberB, ami'the meeting was a thoroughly onjoyablo and interesting one. Mr. A. Hittor presided, in tho absence of the chairman. Tho bus-, inoss of the evening was impromtii addresses, and the. following subject's wdro drawn from, tho hat, viz.:. —Mr. Hitter—'" What is your opinion of impromptu speeches?" Mr. D. L. Beer "Aye." Mr. .i.Parkpr —" Which is tlip inure, b.umilijUiiig, suicide or'dis grnoo ?"• Mr. W; licor—" The best way to spend Iho Christmas holidays;" Mr. G-. Phil lips—" Who is in your opinion tho clovoresl living Australian stains man V" Tho speaker, or tlus.,RU,bject accorded tho honor to.Sjr Henry Ayers, K.O.M.G., of South Aus tralia. It was decided that tho meeting next week bo on Friday instoad of Thursday evening. Tlie busi ness is to bo a mock trial by. jury of'a breach o£ promise caso, and tho public...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

RAILWAY T1MJ3 TAJ5L13. DOWN ■fHAJHH'I'llOM HYlWiHY 'I'O THIS COUNTHY. ■ Matj, Tiiatn Irnvns Sydney daily, Sundays cxccptad, lit 8 p.m.; jMittiij-'otii-1:, daily, Mimdayn excepted, (it I2.!i0 n.m.; IJowml, 12,,'JS ; ami Mnsi; Vivid, JU. . Pahsksokk Tkain leaves Hydney daily, Knndnyaex cepted', ill (I a.m. ; Mittiigcing, l.'Jfi p.m. ; JJownl, l.ilfi; ilos.4 Yiilo, ox' TKAisn raosi thr nocsmv • ro kydnky.. Maji&amp;lt; Thaw leaves Ooullwrti daily at 1.70 a.m. j jMoasYakv 2.i>">; Bownil, 3.7; Mittiigong.li.as; nrrivoR in Sydney at li.-iO. Pahsrsni:i&amp;lt; wis leaves Cloulbiim 'daily, Sundays excepted, at 11 a.m. ; Ivlosn Vnlo, ISJ.30 p.m.; Bow rul,1.12; iilittiigong, 1.15; arnvos in (Sydney ill 5.20. A passenger train leaven JTosh Vale every moni iiig,.ynndivvK oxcojiled, at 7.15 ;• Bowral at 7,30; nr. rives in .Sydney at, 11 .ilO; returns horn Sydney every evening, Sundays excepted, lit 5.8, reaching liowral al SMS and Moss Valo at 9.-10. 'J'ho'fouviKt train loaves Sydn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS in publinhod ovciy ■ SATURDAY MOUSING. SniKCitirriiWrt;— Sixteen Shilling (His) u jenv; or Js per qnnrtcr ,if I Into monlliN, payable in advaneo.' J C booked, £1 pur year, or Ssi pur iiunrtor; Quartern end March Jil, .1 lino .'10, September ill), JJecoiiiboi i!l, at wliiuli periods only , can Hiilwerilnnii declino, by .giving a week's notice in writing direct to iho oi'iioe, and paying to tliu ond of tho then nnminy rjniirtor. AdverlicrmentH are eliai ired for at tho following rata each insertion ftixponee per lino up lo liv'o linen: ono inoh/ iJs; every additional inoli, la fid, with a mluolioii ol' one-fourth i'ur 'thii-lcon uonseuii tivo •. inKortioiiH, and of ono-lhird for. two-iily-siix inserUomi.'Anrioiineenieiita of .liirthH, Marriages, and:.Deaths, 2k lid each. No advertisement booked nr.dor Isi; (id. Advertisements! sent to the ofllno without notifying tho number of instoriioMi! will lie oontinned at ndvur liwers'cast mitil an older in ravjived to Ktop...

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

BCWBAIi POST OKFICK Maii.s cIoro for all-stations North at 9.30 p.m.; daily ({Saturdays cxcopted.) i ,: For Kangftloo'n; and IlobertHon?; 2 p.in.,. daily, (SnndayH excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kanyaloon and Kobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) , - .MailB Miivo from all stations,South at 3.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.). From"allstations North nt> midnight, (Sundays uxcopted;)'i"FromsSydney; PaiTttinattaj and all: stations Wcst;;at j1.28« xi.ra.-,1 daily, (Sundays excepted.) • - " '* ""'.'"'.i The Bowral Money Order Ollieo cIoros at 0 "p.mJ ?J: Post OITico hours from 9 a.m. to C p.m.; and on Sundays, for delivery of lcttem; &amp;lt;\x., onlyjffrom 0 to 10 a.m. ' *l • Telegraph Oillco hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; (Sundays exeeptod.) , : .-*■ Mails close for all stations;.south:at i-9.30.! p.m;, Sundays excepted.)1 - Goveuimoiit Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to G p.m.' " ■ ■■■—

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

CATTLE AND- SHEEP. lUTKs for convoynnce of eattlc (nfc per .track) to JJoincliush nto as'fallows:—From Gonllmrn, £-1 &amp;lt;ls; Marulan, £!1 ■ 10s 8il; Mosh -Vale,- £2 12s ; IBowral,: £'2 8a ; Mittngoni;, C2(is; Piuton, .CI 10a. Hates foi tome>ancc of s>htq> (at ppi Uup1>) to HoinobuHh die ass follows r—From Gonllmrn; £3IHh lrt ; Manilaii, us 7il; Mobs Vale, £'i 12s; Buwial, J22 8»; Mittngong, Xli Ub ; Picton, £1 10s.

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. Survices every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; and first Sunday in the mouth, at 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884

St. StitriiKK's, -MiTfAnoNO,, Surviccs every Sumlay ufc .11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; arid first. Stinrlav in tlio mouth. at 3,n.m. Colo Vivlu, ovm-.y $un;liiy^ n.t 8 p.m. • Lower XtiUiVKOiif;, rsnenml Sim.liiy in tlio month, f>t 3. Jullore, fourlh Smi&amp;lt;Ut,y in tlio mouth,,at ii. p,m.

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