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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
WANTED, ft General Servant. Apply to Mrs. H. Pain, Bowral. ' 86 WANTED, a Nurse GIRL. Mrs. Debenham. St; Judo'ffParsonage, Bowral.. :. UU GENERAL SERVANT wanted by Mrs. V. B Riley, Twickenham Cottage, Bowral. 98 WANTED, a good General SERVANT. Apply Mrs. 0. Olden, Wesleyan Parsonage, Bowral. 100 BRICKS WANTED.—10,000 best hard-burned, delivered on1 Ward's Hill, Bowral, by 16th May. State price, cfcc. W. MURDOCH, 313 George-street, Sydney. 91 DR. GEORGE ON LEE, 46 Wynyard-squarG north, Sydney, WILL SEE PATIENTS MAY 13th, at 1 p.m., at BOWRAL. Same night leave for Young. 93 A PUBLIC MEETING will be held on WED NESDAY, 7th May, in Church of England Schoolroom, MITTAGONG, to consider the ad visability of establishing a School of Arts. Chair to be taken at 7 o'clock p.m. sharp. All are invited. W. R; HTJDSPETH, Secr-.'iary pro tem. 94 W 'ASTE PAPER, Gibs, for Is., office of this paper. iy£ITTAGONG RECREATION GROUND. Tenders will be received up to and on the 15th May by the undersigned fo...
Local Intelligence. IMPORTANT LAND SALE AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
IcrcaJ Intcl%c.na\ IMPORTANT LAND SALE AT MITTAGONG. On Saturday last one of the most important land sales that has ever taken place in the district was held at Mittagong, when town and suburban sites that had been lockod UP for nearly a quarter of a century were sub mitted to auction. Tho event had been looked forward to with much interest on the part of the residents, it being considered that tlie culting-up of this large estate would be the means of developing the town, and give it the facilities to expand which have of : lace years been possessed by the neighbour ing towns. The Mittagong Land Company, comprised of several wealthy capitalists, formed some months ago, and having pur chased from the old Fitzroy Company about 150CT acres of land in and around Mittagong, lost no time in having about 140 acrcs sur veyed and placed in the market for salo. This subdivision, offered for sale last Satur day, comprised mainly town .and suburban allotments. A special train, in two divisions...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
COM M B E C I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO , OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited). DuUor, 1st, per 11)., 18(1 to 21(1 . ,,, 2nd, Is to 1b 3d Bacon; busk Morimbula* hand otirod; lOd to Is •••• „ best, maohino ouvod, 7d to 9d • „ houvy mid rough, &lt;ld to Gd,. Hams, beat Morimbula, hand curod, Is to Is 2d „ machine curod, 8d to lOd Lard, 7d to 8d Choose 1st, iior lb., Gd to 8d ,, 2nd and inferior, -Id to 5d Pigs, alive, per lb, dd to 5d Calves, oauli, 7s Od to 25s Od Hides, per lb, 3d CaU skins, oncb, Is to Is Gd Tallow, por ton, £'J1 to £33 Maizo, per bushel, Gs Od to fls Gd Hay, oaten, por ton, £0 Os to £7 15s ,, luccnio, do., £5 Os to £710a Od Potatoas,'(lo., £3 Os.to £d Os Od: Fowls, per pair, 2b 9d to its 8d - Duolcs, do, 4s 3d to-Is 9d Goeso, do, 7s Od to 8s Od ■ Turkoys, do, 7s Od to l'ls 03 Eggs, por dox., la 9d to 2a Od May 1st, 1881.
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT\ Wednesday, April 80. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilsliiro, P. M., and W. MeCourt, J. P. Richard Power v. John Staggs, senr To recover £2 10s; wages. Mr. Nichols for plaintiff; Mr. Gala for defendant. : From the evidenoo of Power, Staggs senior, and' Staggs junior, it appeared that Power entered the service of the Messrs. Staggs at ' Bnrrawang, at 15s. per week wagos, and worked for about six or seven months; shortly after entering upon work Power induced Mr. Staggs to ad vance £14 to send home to his wife and family in Ireland. In part repayment of this £1-1 Power gave Mr. Staggs ,-£5 cheque from Mr. Dunmcliff, the employer of Power's son, leaving £9 due; when settling up the wages account with Power, Staggs deducted the £0 duo on the advance. Power's son is under age, and Staggs issued a summons against him to recover £9, but said he only did so at his father's request and in order to to get the money for his latlier. Power now sought to show that his son, and not...
Miscellaneous News. ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
^lisrcllnncoufl ENSILAGE. The Fobruary files of English journals contain ranuy accounts of trials which huvo talion placo in tho principal shiros of Eng land with pitted fodder, and it is noteworthy that in almost ovory instance good rosults wero obtained. One of tho most interesting of tho experiments waa made at Lord Luu dosborough's Park Farm, noar Markofc Weighton, with tho object of tosting tho effect of ensilage on tho production of rnillc. Four oows were solocted, and from tho 1st of January to tho 10th had 18 lb. hay, J! lb. choppy, 101b. ground oats, 141b. roots (mangles), 81b. cake (cotton), —481b. each cow—with a total rosult from tho four oows of 10951b. of milk for 10 days. From the 11th of January to the 2-ltli of January to the 24th of January the samo cows had 281b. ensilage, 141b. roots (mangels), Sib. cako (cotton), 101b. ground oats—551b. oaoli cow —and the total woighfc of milk at tho end of ton days was 11101b., showing an increase of 211b. in favour of tho onsi...
Cable Intelligence. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
(From the Sydney Daily Papers.) LONDON, April 24. The death is announced of Madame Tag lioni, formerly well-known as a French operatio artiste. , In the/ .House of Commons to-night the Eight. Hon. H. 0. E, Childers, Chancellor of, the Exchequer, presented his financial statement for the current year. He esti mates, the revenue at £85,550,000, and the expenditure at £85,290,000 leaving a sur plus of d£2G0,000. The national debt will bo reduced during the year by .£8,000,000. There is no alteration in tho incidence of taxation. Mr. Childers stated that he in tended to meet tho deficiency on light gold by issuing new gold ten-shilling picces, con taining nine-tcnths only of tho gold in the present half-sovereign. He further announ ced that he proposed to institute a now gov ernment stock, bearing interest at.tho rate of two and three-quarters per cent., which will be offered to holders of all the 3 per cent consols. April 27. A disastrous fire broke out last night in the Queen's-road, ...
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
WIT AND HUMOUIi. A jaw, eight feet long, has lately been unearthed at Wisconsin. It is supposed to have belonged to a woman of the Miocene ago. A large portion of the swamps of Florida are said to be capable of produoing five hun dred bushels of frogs to the acre, with aliga tars enough for fencing. An embryo poot, who is certainly a close observer of human nature, remarks—1 Time marches on with the slow measured tread of a man working by the day.' The question whether angels fly or not has led to a serious fight between two Amer ican professors. They fought several rounds. The man for the wings conquered. It is now announoed, on the authority of an eminent physican, that it is considered unhealthy to rise befere eight o'clock in the morning. This applies to men only. Wives can rise at seven and light the fire as here tofore/ In a state out west, whioh shall be name less, they never suo for. divoroe. When a husband gets discouraged, he takes his wife to the brow of a cliff to view t...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
CIAL .CORRESPONDENCE. Tho following lottor lina boon rcooivod by Mi*. McOourfc, M.L.A.:— Department of public works, Sydnoy 17th April. —Sir,—Kefming to tho potition presonted by you from ecrtain readouts of Ynrrunga, 1 am diroalod to inform you Hint tho nouralnry for public worlcH, has npproVod of a grant of 11100 being expended on the road commoting tho Wild's Meadow with tho ICan Ijaroo Vttlloy road. I am, i&o,, John IUk.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
The Free Press laafc $iataenr BONG BONG-STBEET, BOWRAIj. The Proprietors, in announcing the estab lishment of a Book and Stationery Depot, would respectfully solicit the patronage of their numerous friends in Bowral and surrounding district. While admitting tha we do not yet, perhaps, perfeotly under stand the requirements of the district in the departments referred to, we beg to assure our customers that it will be our constant aim to keep in stook all the arfcioles usually kept in similar establish ments We have just opened a choice lot of Stationery, comprising,—. Envelopes, all si&es and qualities! from 3d per single packet or 2s per- packet of 250, to. 6d per single packet or 4s per packet of 2.5ft Lfti-oche's, best Note Paper- and Envelopes Classic Note Paper and Envelopes, Original Repp. do. dc>. Fancy Note—plain aud goffered edges The Handy Scries Box of Stationery— plain and floral Note Papers, alt sizes and qualities,, from Is 3d per packet of 5, quires, Playing...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Bates for conveyance of cattle (at per truck) to Homcbush are as follows:—From Goulburn, £4 4b j Marulnn, £3 10s 8d; Moss Vale, £2 12s j Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 6s;' Piotbri, £l'lDs. Rates for conveyance of slieep (at per track) to Homcbush are as followsProm Goulburn, £3 18s Id ; Marulnn, £3 5s 7d; Moss Vale, £212s; Bowral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £2 Os ; Pioton, £110s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
rjl HE B Q W R A Ii FREE PRESS la published ovory SATURDAY MORN IN a. Sixteen Shillings (10s) a year; or 4a por quartor oi three months, payablo in advanoo. If hooked, £1 por year, or 5s por quarter, Quarter* end March 81, Juno 80, Soptemhor 80, Docombor 81, at whioh periods only can subscribers doolino, by giving a weoli's notice in writing direot to the offlco, and paying to tbo end of tho thou running quarter. Advertisements nro oharged for at the following tato oaoli insortiohBixponce por lino up to fivo linos; ono inoh, 8s j overy additional inch, la 6d, with a reduction of one-fourth for thirteen oonseou tive insertions, and of one-third for twonty-six insottions. Announcements of Births, Marrlagos, and Deaths, 2s.6d oach. eBosoarriioKfl!— ABVP.nxisjNa !■ joimiNo dctahtjignt HiihlnoHB Cavds Hand-bills Bill-hoiuis Ontaloguon Circulars Labels Posting Bills Programmes &lt;&o.,'&o., (to., W. and D. L. BEER, Proprietors,
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY Kitchen Games.—Planting find sowing as in last month. Transplant cabbages, oaulifloworH, Aa. Carrots anil polatoca to bo storod. Sow Windsor beans. * ■ OuoKAiti).—Pruna orango troon, riant orange, lo(juat, and othor evergreen treos, as well as deoidu ous trees of all kinds. Coinmonco manuring; atone fruit trees to bo well manured ; for tlie.se treos, bone dust and guano have been found profitable. Fr.owKii Gahdkn.—Tie up and stnko chrysanthe mums ; root pruna geraniums. Place cnmolias in a cool portion for llowuring. Plant hyacinths, Ac,, as in April. Lollies and sneli like bulbs to bo taken up and kept dry; plant flowering shrubs and herbiicooiiH plants of all kinds. Sow hardy annuals ot all sorts. FtutiD.—Sow whoat, barloy, Ac. A , kkoknt rotnrn givos tho cost of tho Tichbornc prosecution as £00,074. Of this sum ovor 1)10,000 were spoilt in printing and stationery, find neai'ly JMOOO for short hand notos. Tho lawyers hail no difliculty in accounting for...
Select Poetry. SALLY SALTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 3 May 1884
j$jclcft Hoctrj). SALLY SALTER. Sally Salter she was a young teaoher that • taught, And her friend, Charley Churoli, was a preacher that praught, Though his friends all declared him a poreeoher who scraught. His heart, when he saw her, kept sinking and sunk. And his eyes, meeting hers, kept winking and wtink, While she, in her turn, fell to thinking and thunk. Ho hastened to woo her, and sweetly ho woood, For his love to hor grew—to a mountain it grewed, And what he was longing to do then he doed. In secret he wanted to speak, and he spoke, To seek with his lips what his heart had long soke, . So he managed to let the truth leak, and it loko. He asked hor to rido to the churoli, and they rodo, They so sweotly did glide that they both thought thoy glode, And they came to the place to bo tied, and wore tode. Then " Homewcrd," he said," let us drive," and they drove; . As soon as they wished to arrive they arrove ; For whatever ho couldn't contrive sho con trove. The kiss he was dying ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884
WANTED, a Rood General SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. A. P. Duproz, Bowral. 105 ANTED, a Nurso GIRL. Mrs. Dobonham, St. Judo's Parsonage, liowrfil. ' ' 90 WANTED, ft good Genoral SERVANT. Apply Mrs, 0. Olden, Wosleyan Parsonage, Bowral. 100 WANTED immediately, a smart intelligent LAD ns apprentice to tho Printing businoss. ] Apply office o£ this papar. WASTE PAPER, Gibs; for 1b., office of this paper. ■ ■ ■■ DR. GEORGE ON LEE, &lt;1G Wynyard-squaro •north, Sydnoy, WILL SEE PATIEN TS MAY l!Jtb, at l p.m., at BOWRAL. Samo night leave for Young. 03 "VTOTICE.—Teams and men always In readinoss i Jlti to deliver foncing material, etc., to any part | of the district on the shortest notice. Apply to O. GROVE, 109 Morrigang-strcet, Bowral. "JVTOTIGE.—Any person found trespassing or i J^T-- cutting down fences on my paddock at Lower Mittagong will ho prosecuted, as thoro is lio road through, E. J. COMER, 112 Mittagong, E M I N ISO E N O E^ S.' Just issued from tho press, an interesting littlo...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884
W?3Iil5YAN, Scrvicos will bo lioUl to-morrow as follows ;— Mittngong, at 11, Jlr. Rawni'd „ at 7, l'roftolior J3owrnl, nt 11, liov. C. 01(]on ,, . • at 7, Rev. 0. OUlon Kangaloon, at 11, Mr. Oaborno ,, at 7, Jfr. Osbonio llobortnon, at 7, Mr. VYhito Moas Valo (OtldfollowB'llall), at 8, Hov. C. Olden, •