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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
CURRENT EVENTS. 18,000,000 pnlrB of glovos annually exported from Paris. 38,000,000 pins are inatmfncted weekly lu Qronfc Britain. ltivoriun roportol to ba a frightful Btato for want of grass. 15,000 vflgrnntB in St. Petersburg rtoapntclicil to tha interior. Caraour ulootion: Batter, 713 j Fitzpatriclc, 425; Garland, 4M. The King of Siatn tins 203 children. IIo is undor 80 years of ago. , » UO,000,000 haros and rabbits killed annually in vito Juitod Kingdom, A ohild hasdiod nonr Gundagai through eating tho heaOs of nmlehos. Estimated that Algeria cubIb launch taxpayora £2,000,000 n your. Mr. Hcnning, M.Ii.A. for Albert, South Australia, died lust Monday. Parliament has been prorogued until Wednesdays January 7th, 1885. Tho Emperor ot Austria has th&lt;> fvnost coUeolioa of pipes in liurope.. Present overdraft of tho Newcastle Borough Couu eil amounts to £15,700. There nro ovor £20,000,000 of English money in vested in Cape securities. t The parliament of Tasmania has bnon...
A DISTRICT CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
A DLSTlylCT CATECHISM. [By VjiNus.] Thoro's nothing in it, don't you soo? To rnnd it wlwit n. lint you'd bo I " ('I'll rontl it, sir, until I find It rofilly can't improve tho mind." •' ' Moukhn Poust. 1'i. Do you know anything about Bowral ? —-I ought to knq\y a little about it, 15. Is it a protty place ?—I think it is decidodly prottior than MiUagong. 1(1; Is it a healthy placo?—Of oourso it is, wlion pooplo call it tub sanatorium of Jfcw South Wales. • 17. What do thoy moan by sanatorium ? —They mean that Sydney pooplo should spond tho summer in Bowral. 18. And do they go?—JiiVoryo.no doesn't. 19. Wouldn't Bowral hold thorn all?— Eveiv supposing it could, Sydney would not like them all to loavo. 20. Would Sydnoy weep?—Yes, like a lioness bereaved of her whelps. 21. Do they cry when the Governor goos to his country residence at Moss Vale ?— I hardly think so, for Sydney people, espe cially David Buohanan, do not pare vory much whether thp Cfoveruor lives at home or abyo.nd. 22. Wh...
ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CPAPTER IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
ROMANCE AND BEAUTY; SENSE AND SENTIMENT. , CPAI'TICTI IV. (COUI'INUED.) Tiie marriage was to be celebrated with all privacy at liondou Church—whore no one would know either bride or bridegroom—by special liccnse. Maud knew nothing of the cost of such business; and mitclr preferred, though she hardly luiew why, that thero should be 'uo publicity. . And so one fair .June morning, Hand Wilton and Andrew Hamilton wero mado oiio llcsh, iu the presonco of only her aunt and■'-father, for the secret had been strictly kept, no creature had been- taken into confi dence, lent, byanychauco, Maiul should dis coyer that her lover's ruin was a,myth. Having returned to Fairlawnto breakfast,, the wedded pair started ou their honeymoon trip to tho Lakes of Cumberland. " 1 Leavens be praised that's over, and sho's off my hands !" exclaimed the aiTcaiiouata father, as he shied his last handful of rice after the rotreating carriage. " I. do- hope it will turn out well, [ do hope she will be happy, poor ...
Select Poetry. The Best Wife of All. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
The Best Wife of AH. Tinux travellers met in the Brander pasa, By tlio babbling Brander spring; •:■■■ Tlioy shared their cake find their venison, Ami tliey talked of ninny a tiling— 0£ books, and song, and foreign lands, Of strange mid wandering liven, ' And by ami by, in softer tones, They spoke"of their homes ami wives. " I married the Lady o1 Logan Brao,"., . - . .Sail! one with a lofty air; " There isna in a' the North countreo A kouso wi* a belter alinro Of gold and gnav, and nil! ami loch, Of houses and farms to rent; ' There's many a man has envied mo, « And I'm niair that .wool content." " Dream of a woman as bright an day," The second traveller said ; " Dream of n form otpcrfrot grace, Of a noble faco and head, Of eyes that arc as blue ashoaven, Of flowing nut-brown hair; ' That is.my wife, and though not rich, Oh, she is wondrous fail." The third one said : " 1 have a wife; .. Sho is neither rich nor fair; ■ She lias not gold, no near, nor land, Nor a wealth of nut-brown h...
CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION. PARKES v. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION, Paukks v. AVunn., . The criminal libel action instituted';by Sir Henry ParkeH against William Webb, tho publisher of the Cnmpbcllfnwn Herald, was called on before Mr. Jos tije I&lt;'a\jcett, at the Darlinghurst oourt, last Tuesday. Mr. W. & I''osto*,.wilh. Mr. M'Naugh.ton, appeared for the crown. Mr.. Edmunds, upon, waose application the trial -hud been psglponed the previous day, informed tho Court, t\mt aa hp bad boon, hurriedly called upon to make, tho application, lui had not time, to personally ascertain if Air. Pileher were ill or not, and had . e,ctod upqiv. in£truot;ions he received from, defendant's solicitor, Mr. Haines, lie had aiu.ee found that Mr.. Pilciicr did attend to business on Monday, and was engaged throughout the day in another court. Bo had also, stated that Mr. Piloher had authorised Mr. Haines to,make such, a statement, and if it Jjiid been made. it must have been through a, misappre hension,.' • The Judge said they wore...
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
Despatch of Mails Cor the United Kingdom, IiKTTiiits, newspapers, packets, &o., .intended for dospatoh (o t,ho United Kingdom, may 1)0 posted at tlio Bownil post-ofiica up to, 9.80 p.m. oiv tlio follow-^ ing dates:— ' , . Tuesday, Doo. 2—per P. &■ 0. stoamor Thursday, Deo. 4—per McBsagorios Maritlraos (yiav> Marseilles i Wednesday, Deo. 10—per Orient steamer (Tuesday, Deo. 10—r01' V. & O. stoanier Wodnesday, Deo. 24—per Oriont steamor Tuesday, Deo. 30—per P. iS; O. steamer.
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
.LOCAL BItKVmSJS. PnospiiOTiMO for coal is. slill bniug- enor goticftlly pushed forward. at Colo Yulo; Tina disoovery of a Illicit seam of kcrosouo slmlo is reported from near Colo Yulo.. A JinKTtNG o£ the Moss Yale Presbyterian Band, of Hope was hold last Thursday cyen ■ ing., :: ' ' . Ttiehk was 110 business of importaneo ; at the. M^oss Vale polipo court la,st' AYednos • day,. A cmokkt match, will be playod # Ber ■rinm to-day between tbo Moss. Yale and Berrinaa Clubs., Ghurcu. of. Englandtoameoting iindv cricket match at Colo Vulp to-dii.y.. Con cert this evening. Tins Bowral' Cricket Club visits Colo Yalo to-day and plays the return match, against an eleven of that place. A VERY heavy thunderstorm passed over the district 011 Thursday, afternoon, and a, largo quantity of rain fall. Tins new promises of" the E\, S,, and; A.C. Bank of Burrawang, liave been coiiir pletad and tho manager has removed there to. Tiie Moss Vale cricketers defeated Bun danoon on the ground of- tlio forme...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
CRICKET. No loss than tlirco matches woro played lit Bowral on Saturday afternoon last, all of whicli wero contested 011 tlio grounds of Mrs. Oxloy, facing the railway-station. A good number of spectators assembled on tlio. ground during the evening to witness tlio play. Tho first olovon of Bowrfll met-tho Now Sheffield (Mittagong') club, and affcor an oxciting game tho former camo off victorious, winning by six runs. Following arc tho scores:— Bowhal 0. C.—1st Innings. Copp, b J. Dowling .. ..: ... 0 Dobbio, c W.Dowling, b J. Dowling., 1 v Grovo, b II. Dowling .. .. •• 2 ! -illemy, b IT. Dowling.. .. .. 0 Lowry, 0 T. Dowling, b J. Dowling ..... 0 Tuylor, 0 II. Dowling, b J. Dowling.., 0 Moore,oBoid, by II. Dowling ' " Siins, not out .. _ ... •. 18 Bronnan, b T. Dowling .. . .. 20 Scolt, b T. Dowling ... .. 0 1'lost, 1) T. Dowling ..' .. ■.. 0 Sundries .. .. 2 Total.. .. ., 40 Bowual—2nd Innings. Fl'osl, b T. Dowling .. ... ... Q. Lowry,' b T. Dowling .,. v.; : 11 • Moore, b .I, Dow...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
JjOWlUL. VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.; The following, rules for the guidance, of the above 'committee- have beon drafted by a sub-committee, and are published at the re quest; of the committee so that members might have an opportunity of considering them at leisure I. That the object of tlio Bowral Vigi lance Committee be tho general advance ment of the town and district. 2-. The committee shall consist of thir teen.members, five to form a quorum, to be . elected, in tho month of. September of each year. &lt; 8. - The election shall be as follows :—•(&lt;?) Nominations in writing to be sent: to the secretary on or before the first m.ceting in September,, or at such later meeting as tho committee may determine. (J) In the event of more than thirteen nominations being received an. election by ballot shall take, place on the following Saturday, (c) All persons: resident for six months within a radius of two miles from Bowral station shall be eligible to. vote oa the election : ...
BERRIMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November, 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
jpEftltlMA POLICE COURT,; Tuesday, November, 2Ci Bri'oiu! Messrs. F. 11. W^ilabire, I,'.!!., and E. Ourtcr, J.I'. ■William Woods surrendered to his bail on a charge of shooting his wife at Mary Vale, near Bpwnjl, on tlio 3rd inslant. . . Tiro uccusod Wfta. defended by. Mr.. Iloborts of Sydney. The previous evidence given, in this case, was nil opinion of . Senior-Sergeant Lalitncr that from llio position of the marks of Hie shot in the slnJbs and lilood:on (,liQ floor,.Mrs.. Woods could not luivo.shot herself.. . William Jones deposed lliat shortly after the oc currence, Woods came to him and said that his wiFo hndia go nt bun and. missed him ; lie said sho tried to shoot hiui and he put his arm up, the shot missed him and sho shot herself; Woods was pqrfectly sober ; he said it was an accident. Knnna and Joseph Woods, children, of tho parties, also nave ovideneo.' ''l'lio. ovideneo of Dr. Middleton favored tho theory that the wound was tho result of an accident.. Ellon Woods, wife ...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Tim following loiters liavo boon received by Mr. McCourt, frf.L.A.:— Department of public works, oflioo of 'commissioner andongineor of roads, Sydnoy, 20th November.—Sir,—Referring to the petition from rcsidonts of Bowral and others, roquosting that the roud from Bowral to tho Borrima road and to Jondju Creole, otc., might bo classilicd and placed on schedule, I liavo tho honor lo inform you that tho ap plication ^ bus been mado too lalo to admit of classification, but tho road in qiiostion will bo considered whou unclassified vote for 1885 is being distributed. I nm, Ac., ■W1M.1AM 0. : Bennett, commissioner & 011 ginoer l'or roads. . Department for public works, Sydnoy, I November 20.— Sir,—Referring to the peti l tioii presented by yon from certain rosiiients of Kangaroo \'alloy, rospeoting the road from the Moss Vale and Shon,lhavou road to tho Kangaroo Rivc-r. I am diroolcd to inform you that tho sum of .G1Q0 will bo granted from the votes for ne...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
COM M.E.RCI AL. South. Coas® ani>. wubt Ca irons Co-opbuativis CoSll'axy, Ijtmitbi), Butler, 1st, por lb., 7(1 to 8d; „ 3rid, unsaleable Bacon, best JIcrimLmla haud cured, lOd to 18d' „ boat, machine cured, 8d to 9^d „ heavy and-rough, 5d to 7d Hums, best Mori mbula, hand cured, lOd to Is. Id . machine cui-ed,"9d to,lid Larcl, Gd to 8d Chceso 1st, per lb., 6d to 8d' >„ 2nd and iiilerior, 4d to 5d. Pigs, alive, per lb, Oil to Gd Calves, each, 7s Od to 2Gs Od Hides, per lb, l$d Calf akins, each, Is lid Tallow, per ton, £23. Os to £30 10s 5fiuV,e, per bushel, 4s 9d Hay, oaten, perlon, £G.10s to.£7- 10s Od; „ lucerne, do., £3 10ato. £4 10a Od. ' Potatoes, do., £8.0s to £9 0s Od Fowls, per pair, -is 6(1 to os Gd, Duoks, do, 4s Gd to 5s Gd . Geese,, do,. 8a,Od to 9s Od Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20s 0d , Bgfis, per doz., Is 2d lo.ls 3d., Nov,ember 27; 1884.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
A YOUNG LADY desirous of residing in Bowral is anxious to; obtain, a SITUATION in any light employment. Good Needlewoman. Address; G.B., Box- 208, G.P:0., Sydnoy. ' 421 TO. PAINTERS. rpiENDERS-will bo received by the undersigned i up till FIUDA-Y, December 5th, for Pointing Public School, Moss. Yule., \y. ALIiERDICE; 425 Contractor. TO LET, ASIX-STAIiTi S'l'ABXiB. with largo Hay-lo£t and Carriago-sheil, in a central position.. Apply office o£ this paper, or to W. ALLEItDIOE, &lt;121 Mobs Vale. FOUND, ON 10th Novembor, at Oddfellows' Sports, Mit tagong, a GOJjD EABRINO. Owner can have it by paying expenses; Apply • P. J. McCURTAYNE, 422 General Stores, Mittagong. SEED POTATOES 171011 SALTS lit 7b. per cwt. The best variation to plant now. Hundreds of.splomlirt I'lillltS nil in (lower at THOS, COPE'S Nursery, Bowrnl, near R, L, Tooth's, lis'j. -l'-° CRICKET. A ■ MEETING of-Members of tho Bowral Crickot xV. Olub will bo held in tbe School of Arts on FiUD/VY JiJVENING NEXT, fith...
Tea-meeting at Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 29 November 1884
Tea -meeting at Kangaloon On Wednesday last a tea-meeting was held in the &nbsp; Wesleyan Church, West Kangaloon, in aid of the &nbsp; Bowral Wesleyan parsonage fund. The weather was delightful all day, which is rather an unusual occurrence when such festivities take place out out Kan galoon way. About two hundred persons attended the tea which was served up in capital style. About three o'clock in the afternoon a public meeting was held in the church, the attendance being large. Mr. D Moffitt, J.P., occupied the chair. The principal speakers were the Revs. C. Olden and T. R. Mc Michael. The proceeds amounted to between £17 and £18 .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 December 1884
i VOUNC. IiADY diwiroim ofmsMing i»v lUiwinl A Vu'nA.u, «o Ob.:,",,, „ Hr^UA'IMOS M.nny li^bl, employment. l.lnml Ni&lt;ciillwomnn. " \0i G.U., KoxUUtt, U.l'.O., Sydney. -y^ASTB PAPER, Olhs. for lfc,.offlco ot tinft. paper. fiowral Literary & Debating Sacicly. ir>K(U)l.AH Weekly touting on VKUUV I\/ Hvonini! next, fill, instant, tit s 0 p.nsiuoss-Muek Trial by .'ury of a Bvcach ot Promise Uaso, Jud«o-Mr. J. lIodRwm. Plaintiff—Miss Olmico Tarloton. l>Mon Itim— Mi'. W. Heor. Plaintiff's A«»vnoy- Mr. .'f."1; .Defendant's Alloino.,—Miv A, JliUur. Witnesses, ito., A-o. Lsi" Public Admitted. , a ,m D. li. 11HRH, Hnn. Sec. LETTS'S DIARIES rOR13B5, ~VN BALK at lUc Free Pess Houk awl. Sialiunory Depot, Howral, Xroui Is.-3(1. upward*. SEED POTATOES "3 7 Oil RAT;i1 (It 7s. 1101' ev.-l. Tlio bfj^ vin^^cs to 8&lt; plant now. Hundreds "f splendid I* nil in Mower at TUOS. COPli'S Nursery, Uovvrul, r H. L. Toothy ■J2sm|* i near C. SHAW, Oexeuai. Gr.ociDiiM'i'.v., IimxM...