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

2) UNDANQ O.N. Sine® ray Inst wo liavo had o.succession of foggy rainy weather with a fo\y gleams of suushino occa sionally by way of a change; as 011c result of this varietyi coughs ami colds are plentiful, and therq, is a groat amount of sickuoss amongst tbelittlo folks. On Saturday next, as per advertisement, Mr. Baker's land sale is to. take place. Speculations are l'ifo, as to the price the allotments will bring. It is to be hoped there will bo a gepd muster, this being the first affair of its kind ever feld in, Bundanooa. On Wednesday last a public meeting was held in (he Church of England here for tho purpose of start ing a toinporance society amongst the juveniles. The Hev jr. H. Mullens, wljo. is to. bo praised for the way he lias worked tho matter up, addressed tho meeting explaining tho object of temperance societies, and tho desirability of establishing one in. B.unclanqon. The secretaary then read a list of tho rules,and the olli cers of the society as follows President...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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District Intelligence. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

BERRIMA. Tub usual meeting pf tlio Mutual^ Improvement Socioty was held on Monday evening last, when Mr. Taylor moved—" That selfishness is the root of all virtue." After considerable debato the motion was lost. It woo resolved that for the present no quarterly dues bo charged for membership, as, since. tlio in stitution of tho socioty, twelve months ago, thero had been no expenditure. The oflicors of last term were unanimously elected again, viz:—President—Dr. Lambort; Vice-pjofii dent—Mr. T. Jackson; Secretary—Mr, O'ltowloy; and Treasurer—Mr. J. Matthews. It is still raining, with no prospect of diseontinUi ance. There is a good quantity of water- going down in the Wiiigecarribeo but not euough to be called n ilood. The raeaslos aro difiapearing again. That is tho only siolinpsB that has had any hold hero for a long time. May 8.

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FRIGHTENED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

FRIGHTENED TO. DEATH. About the eud of the eighteenth ceutury whenever any student of the Mp*rischal College, Aberdeen, incurred the displeasure of the humbler citizens, ho was assailed with the question, " Who murdered D,ow riie ? " Reply and rejoinder generally brought on a collision between " town and gown ! " although the young gentleman were accused of what was chrohoigically impossible. People have a right ta be angry a,t being stigmatised as murders when their accusers have probability on their Bide; but the U taking off " of Dow.nie occurred when the gownsmen so maligned were in swaddling clothes. But there wis a time when to. bo branded as an accomplice, in the iqurder of Richard Downio, made, the b.lo.o.d run to the pheek of many a youth, and sent him home to his books thoughtful an^ sgtylued. Dow nio was. sacrist or. janitor at the Marischal College. One of h,is duties"consisted in se curing the gate at a. certain hour ; previous to which all students had to assemble in t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Essays, Shetches, &c. [We propose inserting occasionally under this head contributions from persons not connected with this paper, Personal matters must not be discussed, and contributors must deal only with general questions. The essays will become our property, and will be subject to revision or rejection. At the same time it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our contributors.] THE TEACHING OF MORALITY. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

fe'jirs, fe [Wo propose inserting occasionally under thia hond contributions from persons not connected with this paper, l'crsonnl matters must not be discussed, and contributors must deftl only with general questions. The essays will become our property, arid will bo subject to revision or rojeetion. At the samo tiino it must bo understood that it does not follow wo endorso the opinions of our contributors.] Tim thacuma q$> morality. II.. "Tns Moral Efloofttion of. tlio .Young in-Relation to Sex.." By Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell; 120 pp.— Hatcliards, London. Price, 2s. '•' A Eow Words to tlie Mothers of little Children." By Ii. M. H. j 32nd thousand; 30 pp.—Hatch arda. Price, 2d. '-'■A Pew Words tg. floys and Girls on tho Care. of tlieir Bodies.. By L. M. H,.; 7th thousand,— Hatchards. PriQO 2d, '-' A Few Words t(0 School-mistresses."- By L. M. If. 1 loth thousand.—rtatchards. Price, 2d. '■'•On tha Early Trailing ci Girls and Boys : An:ap. peal to Working Women," By Ellico Ilopitius...

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Select Poetry. BETTER THAN GOLD.. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

Scled ||ocfrj). BETTER THAN (?OLD. Bettor than grandeur, bettor than gold, (Chan rank and titles a thousandfold, la a healthy body and a mind at oaso. And simple pleasuros that always ploaso ; A heart than can feel for another's woo, With sympathies large enough to enfold All mou as brothers, is bettor than gold. Better than gold is a conscience clear, Though toiling for broad in an humble sphere Doubly blest with content and health, TJutriod by tho lusts and cares of wealth, Lowly living and lofty tljcfcight Adorn and onoblo a pnor man's cot, For mind and morals in nature's plan Are tho genuine tests of a gentleman. Bettor than gold is the sweet reposo Of the sous of toil when tho labors close; Bettor than gold is the poor njan's sloop, And the balm that drops on his slumbers deep Bring sleepiug draughts on tho downy becj. While luxury pillows its aching head, Tho toiler simple opiate deems shorter rqute to the land of dreams. Bettor than gold is a thinking mind That in the realms ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Colonial & Intercolonial. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

The Oriental Bunk holds deposits from the Govern ment Savings to the extent of £108,000. The special subsidy for municipalities will he ten j shillings in the pound upon the rates collected during the municipal year ending 4tlx February. In the Assembly last Wednesday afternoon Mr. Dibbs, replying to a question, said the protection of j the interest of the goverment in tho Oriental Bank was under tho consideration of tho law officers. Per sonally he believed that liquidation should bo in the colony. The question of the release of tho lunatic Ci'osh wcll to his reputed brothers has been postpond to May 30. Mr. Owen, who opposed the petition, ap plied for an order to. examine Mrs. Cresswell, but being informed that she was. dead, withdrew the application.. Beach, who was originally Belected to row Hanlon for the coampionship of the world, was offered .£'100 if he lost and £500 if ho won the race, b.ut ho refused to alter his former decision not to row on tho Nepean River. Laycock has ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

WIT■ AjyD; JTVMO Ufa A contest, between two, dentists. as. to which could take out the m,ost teeth in a given tirno. resultod, as was. expeclpd, in, a draw. A Washington. paper a,sks, What is work ?' Trying to take charge of a Sunday school picnic and making believe you're having lots of fun. When Carlyle said that everybody should have an aim in life, lie haclreference to the fair sex. He had doubtless often. seen a woman trying to, thi;ow a stone, at a hen. At an annual meeting, of a aeuietery pompany,the chairman had great pleasure in announcing the gratifying fact that the burials for tho last year were double the number of the year preceding." Well, may I hopp. then, dearost, that at some time I may ha,ve. the. happiness of making you my wife Yes, I hope so, I am sure," she replied ; ■' I am getting tired of suing fellows for breach of promise," ' What is that with a,n apron ?<■' That, my son, is a woman.'- What is she trying to do ?' ' She is trying to drive ten pul...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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TWO WOMEN. A STORY CONFIDED TO HIS SPIRITUAL ADVISER BY A DYING ITALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 10 May 1884

TWO WOMEN. A STORY- CONFIDED. TO HIS SPIRITUAL ADVISES BY A DYING ITALIAN. ' I must speak before I die. Life is fading fast, and I have not much longer tc linger here. I must toll you. Years ago I com mitted a murdor. I killed my wife—Boa trice was her name. I had loved her, but she grew wearisome to. me, and I saw some one I liked better; one of those siren women, like the women of the sea. I tried to leave Beatrice, but she was still so fond of me that she gave me no opportunity. I knew she wo.uld follow nie and cause trouble if I went away, and so one night in Venice, as we walked by the canal I pushed her in. It was late. The watch was not near; no eye saw me. I went back home, and evaded all suspi cion by making much inquiry for my wife. They found her at last, and when the news, as they thought, was broken to me I gave way to a great show of grief. I did feel some remorse, some horror, then ; but it passed, and in time I wooed Isa, who, besides being beautiful, had money, and ...

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

Y ) SITQltS TO SYDNEY should not fail to inspect tha establishment o F. LASSETTI5R A CO., (Limited). ■121 George-street, Sydney. Which contains tlio most varied colloctici) of articles of utility and eleganco ever gathered togctiior in the Southern Hemisphere. Every nrticlu of metal work—from Ujmlcts to Steam Engines. All the I latest Patents niid Inventions of liuropo! America, ( and Australia, iii Machinery, House fittings, IIouso Furnishings, House Adornments, Labour-saving Appliances, Tools, Implements, Fire-arms, iVc., and ; which, altogether, form iv display of great interest— not only worthy of a visit from' ownors of Livo Stock, Farmers, Graziers, Proprietors of Mills, Machinery,' Ships or Steam-boats, Builders, Mechan ics, or Workmen in at 11 trades, Merchants and Trades men of all kinds ; but will also he found vehy PLEiSiSI TO TIIE LADIES. IS* INBBEOTION NyilED. T HE CELEBRATED WOLFE'S SCHNArrS, Tho Purest Stimulant IN THE WORLD. This Medicinal Beverage is warranted not o...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

CATIIOLIO. Mass will bo colcbratoil on Sunday next at JlIobs Yale Convent at 11 o'clock,

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

EJUSSnYTHRIAN. Ministor—Piov. John liiVans, M.A, Mobs Yulo, nt 11 and 7 Mittngong, at H,

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

PKIMITIVK: MISTIIODIST. Tlio Eov.' B. Jennings will preach at Bowral tq-morrnw morning ftt 11, evening nt 7. ltingwood, itt 3, Mr. 3). l'odmoro Buuclnnooti, at 11, Mr. it. Iloskins „ nt 7, Mr. B. Cocki'oft.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

AVtiBLISYAN.' porvioas will bo held to-morrow as follows | Millagong, at 11, Mr. Horns ,, at 7, Mr. Osbomo Jjowrul, al 11, Preacher „ at 7, lluv. 0. Olilen Kangiilooii, at 11, Kov. 0. QUlon , llobuitsoiij at 7, Mr. Walsh liuirawrwig, at II, Mr. AVhilo.

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St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

SI. fUophon's Cliui'cli, Mitlagong, Sorvicca—Every Sunday morning at It. ■ n ovoning 7, lot Sunday in tho month, aftovnoon 8. Colo'(Colcman'H Siding) 2nd Sunday ] Iifiwcr Miltngong 3rd !■ 3 p.m. iTellore „ <llh „ J

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BOWRAN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

T30WEAL POST OFFICE. MaiijB close far nil stations. North at 9.30 p.pi., daily: (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Bobertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excopted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from ICangaloon and llobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays pxcopted.) Mails arrive Iron; all stations South at 3.30 a.m., flaily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From,. Sydney, Farramatta, nnd all stations West at 1.28 p.m., flaily, (Sundays excepted.) 1 , Tho Bojyral MJouey Order Ofiieo closes at 0 p.m. Port Office houni'frnra 9 a.m. to 0 p.ni.j and on Sundays, for dolivory of letters, etc., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. • Telegraph Oflico hours from 9. a.m. to 8ip.m.j (Sundays excepted.) Mails eloso for all stations south at> 9;30 ip.m.i (Sundays excepted.) O-government Savings Bank open from 9. a.in;'Jtq 0 '.p.m. . .. ■ 1

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St. Simon and St. Jude's, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

St. Simon nrul Ht- JiuIo'h, Bowrnl. 'ScrvicoH ovary Sunday iv' H and 7 p.nv • CJhildvon's scrvico on tho lnat Sunday iii tho pionth ivt 8.10 p.m. ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

Boot and 8hoe EMPORIUM, M I T T A G 0 N G, W, HUDSPETH, IN. returning thanks lor tho past favors bestowed upon him during tho Inst 18 yearn, bogs to intimate to tlio inhabitants of Militugong and sur rounding district that ho bun Ntny Oponocl Business in liis New Promigos Avilli ■ LAEG13 STOCK OP NEW GOODS, ■: just imported, wliioh lio ngw. offers to tho Publio AT SYDNEY PRICES j and trusts, by civility and strict attention to busi ness,' to havo tbo-same liberal pafronago bestowed, apon him as heretofore, , 41 Boot and Shoe Emporium, DONG DONG AND CHURCH STREETS, ; BO WEAL. Wm. waite B EGS to inform tho inhabitants of Bowral and -a surrounding district that lip has always on hand a largo and lirst-elasn assaortuiont o£ v BOOTS & SHOES' ' . of tho very host English and Colonial malto. ' All descriptions ot Boots and SlVoos mado'to order, E^cellc^co of finish and splendid lit guaran teed. All liinds of repairs executed at tho sliortpst possiblo notice. - ■ W. WAITE, Camar of ...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

IlKLICHQUB, onvHon of iloss Valo, al' XI Ruttnri Forest, at. II ,Moni|r. AhIiIj.y, ut ,'j Muns Vulo, ill 7 Merj-lu, r.l 7-HQ. Ti|UiB'ln.r, ii-nd Jfay, being Asconsioji Day, (hoi'o Vill lit! Diving Suivitfo ut Jlount Ashliy afc i.l a.m. {)n tlioTollowiny Suwlny (2uth) Lhei'o will - bo inoni '..jiig- wrvlop nfc Mount Ash by .at 11, aqd at il p,in. a phiMrcn'n Hurvicc,—JC. ,F. ISphsoiui. V riyci'-iiiiicfciiifj in sohooli'oom, Moag Valo, on f-uu.ii'iliiy, ut t) p.i\i.

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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

Harold Netlierly; OR, THE GAME OP LIFE, In response to tlie request of a lmmorous Hection of our readers wo have decided to commence the publication in our next issue, 24th instant, of n, serial tale, entitled '• Harold Notherly ; or, Tho Game of .Life," by a novelist whose wonderful conception of human nature is marvelously depictcd in every page. Tlio tale is of enthralling and unsurpassed interest, ami is ropleto with exciting situations and unexpected do yolopoments.

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO. OPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 17 May 1884

q 0 M M B R o I A L. fJOUTII COAH'l' AND WEST CAMDEN GO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Liifrrun), Buttov, 1st, par lb., 18(1 to 21c] „ 2nd, 1b to Is 8d Pftoon, boat Muriinbnla linnd cm'ocl, lOd to lid „ host, nmohino ciirod, 7d to J)d ,, heavy and rough, -Id to Ijd Jiiims, boat AJeriinlnilii, lintul curqd, Is tp la ?(} , „ liinchiiio curud, 8d to lOd ; ■ ; ^ ' Liu'd, 7il to Oil (DIioosd Int., i)oi' lb., (id to 8d . ,, 2nd and inferior,-Id to 5d iPiKH, ajive, pox* lb, fid to fljd Oaivea, ancli, Ob Od to 25u 04 Hides, per lb, .'id CIiiK sKinB, oftoli, Is to 1b Gd Tallow, por ton, £21) to £31 10s Maine, per bushel, 5s (M to <5h 9d Jluy, oaton, por ton, £0 Os to £7 On . - , . „ lnuevno, do., :B-1 Oh to £G fis Oc] ■ J'olatooB, do,, JJ2 ills to iiy 15s Qd fowls, per jmir, iist Od toils (id : , Puc1;h, do, Jn 3d to 4s !)d • CiccsG, da, 7h Od to 8s Od tL'iirUoya, tin, (is 0.1 lo lis 04 J'ljWM, i>ur .Ir.ii., 3s Od May .15, IBS I, . . , -

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