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Railway Returns for November. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
Rsiiltyny Iteturns for ?&lt;ovcml>ei*,.. Colo Vale.— Tnwarls: Goods, 3 I ons i .cwt 3 qvs. ;j parcels, .1-10; Outwards:: Pownaerft, ICG ;• goods* 153 tons 7ewt.; parcels, 25.—\V: J. Dqnnan. Marulan.—Inwards :;Goo:U, lflO tons ,17awt..2q«i.; carriages, 1 ;• dog'?, 7 ;■ parcels, 231.: Outwards : Passengers,' 352: goorls,. 490 tons 13 owl 1 qr.; cattle, 20 ; sheep, 91; horses,. 13.; dogs, 7 ; parools, 85.—A.. Moodio. • Bowral.—Inwards: Gonls, 195.tons lGcwt. 1 qr.; cattle, 21;' horses, 2Q; carriages,. 4,.;. dops, 7.. piircels, 419.——Outwards: Passengers, 073; goods,-12tons 10 cwt.: cat tin, 1; pigs, 217 ; horses, 2 dogs, it; porcels, 210.—0..Bennett.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
17ILEGANT /JYoMo Elcetro-plnfowirc, in Ten a nil •il.Oofico Hbrvicos, Oriiets, Bisnnit Barrels, Buttuis, ,Tama, Marmalades, Liquour Frames, rifcc.,-^ J. G-. JlOIlBIS'hl,' Xiowrnl. 2)E, McZAY HAS, HEMOYSD no lii* PKIVATE RESIDENCE, ISooHy L Mill, v.hcic ho may bo Consulted^ 451 TENBEES EEdUIEED, ■ f ABOH ONLY, for PAINTING- HOUSE, next _B_J i Mrs. Ucod'B. Apply 455 \V. MURDOCH, Bowral. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A GRAND Musical mid Literary Entertainment will; bo given by the mombers o£ : tlia?Bowral Litorary nml Debnling Soeioty, assisted by lady and l»oiulombn , amntours, in ' tlio." schtiol: of -arts on We&lt;liics(!a}'i January 7, 1885., Attractive progiummo in preparation. 154 ESTATE OE WILLIAM J.ONES, Lute of Mary Valo, Uowral, deceased. "I)ARTICULABS'q£ all Claims ngainst this Estato E should be pent in a,t once to JONES;#, J.ONES. Solicitors to the Estate, 77/Pitt-street, Sydney.445 BQWEAL-FOR SALE, TVrnWf BRICIC COTTAGE, Glooms. ball, vash m house, and bath-room; water laid...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
C. Q J/1 M EEICI A L. South Coaht and. Wkst Oamorx Co;orRu.mvK Company, -Limitud. P'uHer, 1st, per Hi.,&J to 3d „ 2ml, no demand ISr.jcpi k-at Mcmuhu!^ ivyrd cured, 105 to'lld inaoliinn ciivrt'l, 8.1 1o ilj, lionvy ftii-l. tmii'li, 5.1 to 7(1 liest jilos'iinlintn, band owed, lid to Is Id ,, lmieliini! cuiol, itrl to lltl r,) lo 7d Cheese: 1 sr., pmlb., Gel- to 7-1 „ 2nd mid.Jufnrioy, 8; I 4d 3ii«a, "ilivr, per 11), od to tVl Calves, cadi. (js GI to 27.s Od Hides, per lb, 3 1' ' ' C;ili sltitis, pncli, Is Gi Tnlluw, pnr ton, £28 0a to £30 0a Maize;, pov bubligl, -is 9d to Js 10/1 Hay, oaten, per ton, £11 1 On to J.'7 On OA Uteerno, do., £3 10s to iM 10b Od ' Potntocal do., :C0 0 s to £7 03 (Jd ' Fowli.'per I'm'irj .'is Uil io-ls Gd Puelifl, do, »h U 1 to 4s Cd ■Gcefio, do, 8s Od to 9b Od ' ImiBjB, do, 8s Od to 20a Od Errs, per ilo'y,., is 0d. J)ccember 11, 1S81.
Gospel Temperance Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
&lt;iosiH'l Tcmneraiice Mission. Attention'is'directed to an atlvevtisemont elsewhere announcing the commencement of a- Gospel Tomp.erance 'Mission in the school ofnfcs, liownil, to-morrow (Sunday), evening, at U.530 '.o'clock, and extending every evening 'during the week, Tlio mis sion. will be conducted by the Rev. C. B. Puiroy, of Rob lyiy Canoe. fume, and Mr. R-. T. Booth and the ministers of Bowivtl will also take part, A grand united choir will conduct the singing. After. 'Sunday evening the meetings will commence at S o'clock.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
CKTCKET. A match wna played on Saturday last ut Oalilands between the Moss Vale and Oak land;; Cricket G'lubs which-resulfixl in n, vic tory for the latter club by 0110 wicket .and four runs. For the losers the batting of Tlmrgale (58), Stubbings, Graham, ami Richardson was notable; whilo in the bowl ing department Richardson and Tlnirgatn did good snrvice. For the jvinners Mi1. SoiUlinv (88), Campbell (2D), Solomon (.13 not out), Friedman (18), Graves (12), and Aaron* (10), seorod double figures. For iJio bowling Mr. Southov and II. Robertson dis tinguished themselves. Appended are the scores*.— Moss Yaus 0. 0. Cope, 1 b \v 1 HiclmvilHOii, 1) Southcy 30 Tlmrjjittc. l> Roburtson .. . . G3 Wallace, c Solomon .. .. 0 Cook, b Sonllioy .. .. 0 Crisp, o A liliuon .. .. 5 Gmluun, b Soiuhcy .. .. v .. 11 Puruivnl, 1) Sonthcy .. .. .. 0 Stubbing, b Robertson , 1-1 Monxios, b Kjhoi'tsoii.. .. w, 2 13renr.au, not oat .. .. .. 3 Sundries .. .. .. 33 Total 131 Oaklands 0. 0. ; A. Robertson, ...
The Fitzroy Iron Mines, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
'Flic Fitzroy Iron XSisies, BJittagong. A shout time aqo tho Government inviio.1 tenders for lfiO,000 tons of stool vails to bo nianiifactured-in the colony. The advertisement nllmctu l attention in England, and at a mpating of the Cleveland.Xii stiLution of Upcim-ors a paper on i ion-making in Australia was read by Mv. Theodora West,. Un fortunately, for the colony, tho history of milking iron here is.not a brilliant one, and the ma Iter is the nmre discouraging because ororyono feels that it ought to have been a success. Mr. West's paper •did not in tho least exflggoralo (hp ampunt.and qunl-' ity of'ores to. be found: in Mittngong... Th ise who know; the. place know that tho ores are there, and those who have used, iron made from them say that they do,not desire, hotter. ?.Ir. West, who wrote from pergonal- observation, said that the Slittagong ores;re-:embio. the crr-s of Iniia from which Wpotz steel is. male, and-oontain from,73;to So'o per cent, of iron, with only, a trace o£-s...
Bowral Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
Boivrai Literary & Wcfoathsg Souicty. Tiie business afc the weekly meeting'oi'.tho above society oa "Wednesday • aveuiug' hint was a mock trial by jury-of-a breach of pror inise- case. Very considerable public in-, terest was centered in.the affair which proved a great success.. About eighty or ninety persons were present,, and everyone appear ed: £o. enjpy the. hearing. o£ the. case. Two. youngliulies, kindly volunteered their ser-, vices,.and. to whom the success of'the. pieco .might be attributed;' for without their as-, sistance the. trial would have been-fiat and Jsleejiy. In anotber paiit of&lt;thepaper wegive ;an abridged, report of the case. At tlie : close-of tho special' business a. number o£ members remained behind and transacted, certain formal business. Mr. C. Grove senr.,,;was elected- a member of the society.. Ia consequence of the school of: arts, being engaged, all next week, the society will hold; no. more meetings, tilt the half-yearly meet-, ing- ...
CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION. PARKES v. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
CRIMINAL LIUEL ACTION. Parkes v. !Wi;ob. The heaving' of the libel cilse, Queen v. Webb, was resumed at the Daivling hurst Courthouse oil Thursday. Some more witnesses, includiug> Sir Alfred Stephen, were examined tor the defence. Mr. Want, at some length; addressed the jury ou be half of the defendant, and was followed, by Mr. W. J:. Foster, who replied for the Crown. The further hearing of the. case was postponed; until 10 o'clock yesterday morning, wh.en. his Iionor, Mr. Justice Fuucett,; w.as. to. have sum.mpned.up to, the jn'-y.
Concert at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
Concert at Moss Vale. On 'Thursday evening last one of the most" successful and numerously atieuded concerts' that have ever taken place in Moss Yale was given in the oddfellows' hall by the pupils attending the convent school in that town. The building was crowded tosuffbeaion, aud the audience must have numbered fully three hundred and fifty. Everything passed off most satisfactorily aud enjoyably,. the i neretorious aequ i ttal of the: performers, of whom there were ho loss than forty in all, giving general satisfaction to the audience, and thereby reflecting great credit* oir the Sisters who prepared them for the occasion. An extended report of the, concort is un avoidably hold over till a future issue. Fob Boautifdl Laoo3ia Cream, Maize, Apr'oit, Coffee," Brown Black', eta.', in all the newest^desigr.H. Colored or plain Embroideries tuid Insertions—J. G. Motrin's, Bowral. ,
Oaklands Amateur Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
Oaklarids. Assateiir Dramatic C!n&. Love us of fcbo histrionic art desirous of spending ..fin 'enjoyable erening are 'recom mended to attend' the dramatic performance nexuTImr.-iduy eveiling to be given at Oulslnnds. Mittagong, by the members of the above club. An advertisement in another column '-announces the programme to be gone through wbicb is of a character sufficiently attractive in itself to command a crowded house. The hall in which the performance is to be given will accommodate three hun ; cited parsons. .•.■••.The proceeds are- in, aid of a locnl educational institution—the Mitta gong Literary Institudc—and this fact alone should induce the vosidents to patronise the. club desirous of assisting so worthy an object.,'
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
St. Strvhun's, JftTTAnoNO. Servicen every Sun.In,r at 11 ft'in. timl 7."0 p.m.; nml 81111.loy ii\ lliu month, atp.m. Coin Yi)U>, pyor.y Smiiliiy, lit.') pan. Lower MitiuKoiiK, Hcoond Sunday in the month, at 3. Jellore, fourth Sunday in iho mouth, at 8 p.m.
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884
TFbxkyim Church. Snvvicfs to-morrow, Dcconiber M:— lUiifttfjotif;, lit '11;'Supply ; at 7; Mr..Orogoiy Tiowral,'at ,11 nnil 7, HcvvT. 11; MeMiiiliucl. ltivnualoon. at 11, Mr. ]luwiu\l; ut 7.U0, Eov. C. Oldon ' " JlmliiM'taoii, at S.ilO, T!ev. O. OMnn Meatlow, ut 11, llov. 0. pMon
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 December 1884
LOST, Young PEACOCK, right whig out. Finder will be to warded: B; Short,, Bowral. 400 w ASTE PAPER, Gibs, for Is., office of this paper.,' AT' ME; B. SHOUT'S, QN; NEW YEAR'S DAY. THE; Ministers of" the various Churches have : kindly promised to 'take part. All are most cordially invited.. Details to. appear in. future, ad-' 1 vertisements.,'' 401 FOR sale, i A; YOUNG; BULLS> ' 15 to 18; months old;. TC Apply CAPTAIN. SULLIVAN, 457,' Buriadoo. e, S1HAW, General.Ghooeb, Dbaijeh, Ironmonger, Ac., • ; Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL.. 2 FOR PRIVATE SALE, i IS ALLOTMENT of LAND in 130WBAL. ; \ Easy terms. Apply to Josqph Cole, Bowral, or to IIENRY TAYLOR; Auctioneer, 448; ' ~ Moss Vale. ESTATE OF WILLIAM JONES, &lt; Late of; Mary Yale, Bowral, deceased. PARTICULARS of all Claims against this. Estate should be sent in at once to JONES & JONES, Solicitors to the Estate, 77 Titt-street, Sydnoy. 415 IMPORTANT notice. A SPECIAL Meeting of Membors of the Bowral Literary and Debatin...
Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 December 1884
Despatch of IHails lor the United Kingdom. . Lktthiis, newspapers, packets,. &o., Intended.;,for despatoh to the Unite:! Kingdom, may lie posted nt the Bowral post-ollico up to 'J.JIO p.m. on tho follow ing dates:— Tuesday, Rue., lfe->r-o*Pi.&lt;fc O. steamer Wednesday, Deo. 21—per Orient stoamor Tuesday, Deo. iiO—per P. & 0. stoamor. fi0,000 sheep llavo died (Taring the present drought on the Beomory station, in the Borneo-'iistrict. Stated that 400 fajl'piii women llavo beon recoived into the Salvation Army's homos in Melbourne. Australian diamonds stated; to. bn superior in equality and value to thoso obtained from Cape Col jony:/'» " • ' ' , . ... The squatters in the Narrandera district are pnrehassng thousands of tons of hay to keep stool: .alive. • -Dudley, the captain,'and-Stevens, tho nm.tfc, of'tho i yacht Mignouotto, have been committed' to prison for six months., ' .A terrible colliery explosion is reported to haveoo .enrred at Stoyrddorp, a ma...