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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

BOWBAIi POST OFFICE. Mails closo for nil stations. Nprih a$ 9.30 p.m,., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Robertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and ltghcrtHon. at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) ' . Mails, arrive froju all stations South at 3.80 a.m., (laily, (Sundays excepted.) From all statipns North at1 midnight', (Sundays pxcepted.) From Sydney, Farrainatta, and all stations Weslj r,t 1,28. p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Tho Bowral I^onoy Order Office oloses at 0 p.m. Post Oflico hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, etc,, only, from 9 to 10 a.m.; Telegraph Oflico houra from 0 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close, for all stations south at 9.3,0 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Government Savings lia,uk open from 9 a.m. to C . .

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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St. Simon and St. Jude's, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

St. Simon (irul St. Judo's, Bowral. Serviced every Smnlay nt 11 f».m. mul 7 p.tn. Ohililren'H Hcrvica oil tho lnot Sitndny ill tlio month at a.15 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

Boot and Shoe EMPORIUM, M I T T A G 0 N Gf W, HUDSPETH, IN returning tlmnkB for tbo past favors bestowed upon him during tlio last 18 years, bogs to intimate to the inhabitants of Mittagong and sur youpding district that lio lias Now Qponpcl Pugincsa in his Now Provisos >yitli a LARGE STOCK OF NEW GOODS, just imported, whioli hp now offeys to tl}0 F)iblio AT SYDNEY PRICES; and trusts, by civility and strict attontion to busi ness, to liavo tlio same liberal patronage bestowed apon him as heretofore. <11 Boot and Shoe Emporium, BONG BONG AND CHUROH STREETS, BOWJM.L, Wm, wax t e BEGS to inform tbo inhabitants of Bowral and surrounding district that lio 1ms always on . ' hand a largo and iirst-class asssortiflent pf BQOTS. ifc SHOES of tlio vary best English and Colonial make, All descriptions of Boots, and Shoes mado to order. Excellence of linish and splondid lit guaran teed. 1 All kinds of repairs executed at tl^o shortest possible notice, W. WAITE, Corner of Bong Bong...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

ItEIilGIOUS. cnoucii or knoland. flfOBR Vlllo, lit 11 SuMon l'dioHl,, nt il Mount Afililiy, ftt i) Mohb Va!o, at 1 Sluryln, ill 7.U0. Prayer-mooting in nolioolvoom, Moss Valo, on Baturdiiy, nt 8 p.nj.

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

®b.c |! ok) nil Jf.rcc |]rcss. Do as adversaries do in law, Strife mightily, but cat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1S81. Tun fifth annual meeting of tlie Burrawang Farmers' Club lias become recorded in the history of tho socioty, and tho association has entered upon the sixth yoar of its exist eneewith apparently as great determination to perform good useful work and advauco tho interests of farmers in the district as has Jiithorto characterised the efforts of tho managing committee, and more indirectly every member whose thoughts are occasion ally directed to the usefulness of societies pimilar to that of which tlicy claim tho hon our of being a member. 'With one or two exceptions tho gentlemen who occupied office at the close of the past year have been re-elected, and this must bo a continued ad mission of good faith in thoir governing abilities by those who placed them there. Tho past year's work of tho club lias not been by any means of the free-and-easy kind ; in fact...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

0 0 M MEECIA L, SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-. OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited). Butter, 1st, per lb., 18tl to 21cl . ■ ■■■ „ 2nd, Is to is 8tl ■ Bacon, boat Hcriinbnla hand oared, lOd to Is „ bust, mnchiiio curcil, 8d to {Id „ heavy and rough, 5d to 7ii Hums, beat Merimlmla, hund curcd, Is, to. Is 2d „ lniichino cured, 8d to lOd Lnrd, 70, to 8d • ■ .• Cheese 1st, par lb., Cd to 8d „ 2nd ninl inferior, 4il to 5d Pigs, r.Iive, per lb, 3d to Ctjd Calves, tsiich, 9» OJ to 20s Od '' Hides, per lb, i'.d Calf skins, each, Is to Is Cd 'l'allow, per- ton, £28 to £31 ■ 1 lUaizo, per bushel, Cs Od to Gs 3d Hay, onten, per ton, £0 Oh to £7 1,0s . ,, fyieerno, do., £3 Oh to £(! 10s Otii Potatoes, do., £3 Os to £1 0s O.J Emvla, per pair, 2:i 9d to tts Sd Ducks, do,'«rj 01 to <J:i 6d Gceao, do, 7s Od to Oii Od Xutkeys, do, 7u Oil to 123 0d , •: • E[»£;s, per doz., Is 9d to 2s0d May b, 1881.

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Local Intelligence. LAND SALE AT BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

LAND SALE AT BUNBANOOM, Our advertising columns annonnco that Mr. II. Taylor, of Moss Vale, will hold two im portant laud sales at Bundanoon—one this day (Saturday), and the 6econd on Queen's Birthday, 2-1 th instant. To-day Mr." E. A, Baker's land will be submitted to auction. In all there are forty-seven allotments, im-. mediately opposite the railway station, be ing a portion of Mr. W, G\ Osborne's farm, The seoond great sale, on Queen's Birthday, is 011 acoount- of Mr. W, A. Nicholas, and _ the land to bo offered comprises 103 allot* ments, whioli are also near the railway station. Till but a comparatively rccent date Bundauoon has beon looked upon as a rather unimportant place ; but this idea is being rapidly disbanded, and the fact that Buudanoon is becomiug a place of very con siderable importance is establishing itsolf far and wide, The cuttiug-up of largo es tates into sites suitable for private residen ces and business purposes is doing much to advance the place, and the s...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY Kitchen —Planting and sowing on in last month. Transplant cabbages, cauliflowers, &o. Carrots and potatoes to be atorod. Sow Windsor beans. 7.. ■ ■ OnoiiAno.—Prune orango trees, Plant orango, loiiitat, and other evergreen treea, as well as deoidu oub trees of all kinds. Commence manuring; stone fruit trees to. bo well manured ; for these troes, bone dust and guano havo been found profitable.' Flower Gaiiukn.—Tie up and stake clirysantke-. mums j root pruno geraniums. Placo camelias in a cool position for flowering. Plant hyacinths, &o., as in April. Lillios and such like bulbs to b.q taken up and kept dry; plant floworing shrubs and herbaceous plants of all kinds. Sow hardy annuals o£ all sorts. ! Field.—Sow wheat, barley, &o.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

church of England temper ance society. • Tnn half-yearly public meeting of this society was held iu the school of arts on Tuesday evening last. The attendance was good, nearly one hundred and twenty persons being -present. After the meeting had been Opened with a hyinn and prayer, the chair limn, the Hov. J. W. Dobenliam, ronmrkod that ho hoped tho nows of the crowds wlio woi*o signing tho pledge aud adopting tho bine ribbon at the Gospel tomporanco meet ings ij) Sydney would thrill the country and produco results in every plnco. Especially ho hoped it with regard to Bowral aud to that meeting. Tho programme of tho ovon ing was then proceeded with. Tho St. Judo's Young Men's Association acted as choir and, besidos loading tho audience in several songs, rendered some of Sankoy's hymns very suc cessfully, Mr. II. E. Jones acting as accom panist. Miss Lilloymau, Miss Wurron, and Signor Vittoriui each sang a song, tho last named singing a second in answer to a hearty opcoro. Mr. Qll'ord...

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

OFFICIAL 0 ORRESP OKDENCE. The following. letters have boou rocoivecl by Mr. HcGourl;, M.Ii.A.:— General Pout Ofiico, Sydnoy, 30th April,—kif,— 'Adverting to my communication dated the 81st uHiuio, relative to your suggestion Unit tho 'I'olrgraph OiliccH nt Mokb Vale, Dowral, and Mittagong should bo'kept open for tho transmission of utesaagos until 10 p.m., Iain directed to inform you .'that reference having been nnulo to the Telegraph Popart man t on the subject, it is represented that there is no uoceas ity to keep theso Olliccs opon aflor 8 p.m., as thero are scarcely any messages after 0 p.m., and to keep them open would increase the expense without an equivalent in tho ahapo of rovonue. If tho concess ion wore granted, moreover, to those piuccs, others would apply for tho same concession,—I an}, &o., S. IX. L.WiM'ON, SjlSOltEl'AItY, , Gcnaral Post Office, Sydooy, 30th April, Sit','— Adverting to my letter of the 4 th January last, acknowledging tho roceipt of a communic...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSBNGElt TBAINS TP GOUL33UBN. p.m. 1.5 ( An-. J-o. MiHagoiig | j3Up. 1,25 Bowral T • v • P«.m* . { Avr. 8.150 Mittagong | pop. 9.10 ^owral ■ •• ii 9*^ I^AiL and Pahsp.NPEB,. ' p.m. ( Air. 12.10 Mittagong | Depi 12.80 powral vi SATUIU-'AX ABBITIO^AIj. 12,ii8.. n.m. .12. ( Arr. ' -W Mittagpjig | j)0p, J2.10 Bowral

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

!J1 HE B 0 Vf R AIj PRE E PRESf ia published oyory g^TUItpA? MpIJNING. BODSOmpTIQNB:-; pistpcn ^hillings (Ifio) rv yoarj or 4s per quarter pl tlirco months, payable in advanco. If bopltcd, £1 j per year, op 5s per quarter. Quarters end March 81, Juno 30, September 8Q, Dpcembor 31, ivt wfyipli periods pnly can subscribers deelinp, by giving a V'cok'p notice in \yriting dirccfc to the qflipp, and yawing to tho end of the then running quarter. 4DVBIt'n8IN0 AdYprtisomonts arc charged for at Uia following yato cacli .inscrjionSixponcp ppr lino up to fivo |incs; one inoh, 3s; every additional ineh, la Cd, \yith a reduction of ono-fouvth for thirteen cqnseeu $VO inBortions, qnd of ono-third for twenty-six ^nsortipns. Announcements of Births, Marriages, gnd Deaths, 2s Cd each. J01JMNC! LlEyjai'l'MEOT pusinCBii Cards, I|and-btllg UiU-boaiia labels ^iitaloguon - , Posting Bills j Qiiuuluiq l?iog\amipcq I t&c.^ ACt| j ... \y. and P. L, BI3EB, | Proprietors. <: j

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

CATTLE. AND SHEEP. Bates for conveyance of pattlo (at per truck) to Horacbusli arc as follows •—From Goulburn, £4 4s; Marulan, £3 10s 8d; Mobs Vale, £2 12s j Bowral, £2 8s; .Mittagong, £2.6s; Picton, £110s. Rates for 'conveyance of shcop (at per truck) to Homebqsh a.rb as followsErom Goulburn, £3 13s , Id; Marulan, £3 5s 7<1; Moss Vale, £212s; Bowral, I £2 8s ; Mittagpng, $2 6s ; f icton, £110s. '

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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

. PASSENQEH TBAINS TO, STONEY. " Mail anu 1'assei\6e». " v- •• . a.m. Bowral' ' Dep^ v • $.5. • . (• Ait. ' : 3.15 •Miftagpng | j)ep, 3.25, .! ^ABSENa,eh Trains. : . Bowral > Dop. 1 7-20 Mittagong j 7.40. p.m. ' Bowral ' 1 Dep^ ' 1.8. • Mittagong | Cop",

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Correspondence. READING-ROOM FOR BOWRAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

READING-ROOM FOR JBOWRAZ, TO THIS ]!I)ITOn 01' THE IU1SI5 P1IES8, Sir,—I am happy to bo ablo to stato that aCtor tho first of Jane a roadi'tiR-room will bo oponed ovoty. weekday evening at the old Gommorcial Bank, noxt tho shop of Mr. Duproz. A partition will bo talcon down by permission of Mr.' Duprex, and thus two rooms will bo thrown info opo, making, wo think,' a vory oomfartable place at whioh young raon may spend the ovoning oithpr rpnding or at quiofc gamos. About fitly gubtieribcrs will bo needed at six-poiico a week in order to pay espouses satisfactorily, but it is hoped there will bo found no difficulty on this point, This notification in only a preliminary onp, for mattorg will probably bo - arranged at a publio mooting, but as it is owing to you that tho matter lias been lukon up, it is right that you should bo ablo to givo the first authoritative anuouncomonb that the project is to bo tried. • , r Yaurs truly, JOHN W. DBBENIUM, ■ May 8lli, 1881. ■ -

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

(From the Sydney .Daily. Pajpers.J LONDON, April 29. Sir H. B. Looh, tjio m\y Governor; of Victoria, comes to Melbourne by way" of Hobart, by .ono of the steamers of the New Zealand Shipping Company's lino, which sails direct from London to Hobart. The Oxford University has, decided in favour of admitting women tq be examined in honours. The death is announced, at tho ago of forty-seven, of Sir Michael Arthur Bass, M. P. for- East Staffordshire, and also a partner in the firm of Bass and Ob. The death is announced of Sir Michael Costa,mimical composer,at the ago of sovonty four. ' May 1. Tho Eev. H. Sydney Linton. M.A., the the newly-appointed Bishop of Rivorina, wflfS consocrated in St. Paul's Cathedral to day by tho Archbishop, of Canterbury. There was a large congregation, aud many phurch dignitaries were present, including the Bishops of Ely, Lincoln, Oxford, St. Albans, Lichfield, Sodor and Man, Notting ham, and tho colonial Bishop of Algoma, the Eev. Dr. Sullivan. Tho ceremony...

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Miscellancous News. MEDICAL OPINIONS ABOUT ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

MEDICAL OPINIONS ABOUT 4LC01I01. Sin William Gull, F.R.S., Physician to Ilor Majesty.—" J should soy from my ox-, perionco that alcohol is. the most destructive, agont that wo are awaro of iu this country, . . . I would like to, say that a vory largo number of pooplo iu society arc dying day by day poisoned by alcohol, but not supposed to. bo poisoned by it." . . , .. '•'■The public ought to,know that of all tho solvents. for food, Ihero is uothingliko water. Water carries into tho systom the nutriment, in. its purest form.'''' Ii,enjam,in W. Richardson, M.D., F.R.S. J had loarnod purely by experimental obser-. vation thAt, in,'its actions, on.tho. living body this, chemical substance, aljcohol, changes, the constitution of tlip blood ; ujidujy excites, tho heart and respiration.; parulysos tho minute blood vessels; incroasos and de creases according- to. tho degree of- its ap* plication, tho. funotions of tho digestivo. or gans, of tho liver and of thp kidnoys ; dis turbs the regul...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

OMR SYPNEY LETTER. The principal topio of conversation ill the c;ty during tho past fow days has boeu tho suspension ot paymont by tho Oriental Bank Corporation. When the' uows first reached Sydney on S.attyciay evening all tho banks and loading commercial establishments wove closed, b,ut noycrtheloss. tho announcement soon spread, like wildike throughout tho city and subi\rbs, and a desire was a,fc oneo man ifested to dispose as quickly as possible of all Oriental Bank notes, tho consequence being that many unsuspecting persons, par ticularly women,, found themselves in poss-. ossion of a large number of these notes, on Monday morning. It was not, however, un til tho cablegram appoared in Monday's Hor ald that tho failuro becamo universally known, and it was then thought that a panic would bo tho inevitable result, but fortunn,-. tcly tho arrival of subsequent intelligence of a more reassuring character had the effect of preventing such, and at the same time, of considerably toning...

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CRIMINALS LAST MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

en,imn4i>s- last momentsK The Alt a California of February JG credits the Eev. Ward Beeper with the following remarks -—Nothing to my mind is mora indecent than the way grea,.t erimi,iin(ls a,ro oouverted and carried out of life, A mur dercf is in prison awaiting the oxp^ration of . his crime on the gallows ; and the iqoat sajlai ciovjs ftnd abominable sympathy is shown to hiiq, Women send flowers to his cell, Some of them would even kiss an ulcer for him. Priests and philanthropists run to see him. Tracts, hooks, nu<j delioacics are crowded upon him, qnd all forsooth, because he is going to die, Are not poor mefl dying all around and no. sympathy poured out for them? J3ut thore is a, monster, and for him tho floodgates are opened. The news papers said he died twisting in Jesus. Faugh! what a world of mischief tlmt thief in the cross did! Can tho currcnt of a man's life bo changed iu a moment ? Can one become learned in the love of heaven In a moment ? Can rooking pass...

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THE EMPEROR OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

%me; mrm-r-oit of Thk. Chinese Emperor is. 13, years of ago. II;e lives in a state of spmi-soclusion in tha • Pftlaceof Jitta-.OIiieu-Tieiv^wIiQrohe.is w.aitec^ on. by a staff of picked retainers,, wh.o never approach him otherwise than, on their knees.. His. mother viaita.h.iin.once tympnthN and she kneels, while uttering her first; sentence. Considering tlio- extraordinary respect iu which parents aro hold; in, China^ no more complete, recognition of tho tran | Bcendenfc character of th'o imperial dignity can bo imagined. His father go<js, through exactly the same ceremonial. Th,e Emperor devotes two. hours and a half daily to. tha study of Chinese, and about the same. time to, Mauchu,. Needless to say, the professors, j approach him, on their knees ; but to.^euyirl^ ! the respect to tetters which Chinese tradi ! tioqs exact even from the Emperor, he in-. vi,tes 01* rather, commands, them, to rise when tlje lesson bagins. E[a passes, twa laaur^ each day iq riding a,nd i...

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