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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 24 May 1884

MITTAGONG POLICE COURT, Monday, May 19* Before Messrs* F. E..Wilahu'o, P.M.,. V. L. C. Shop herd, II. Cliiltls, and N. C. Q. Phillips, J's.p. ■ Illtreatmcnt of a Boardcd-out Child.,—Arthur Corrio, a young- man about ninoteen years of ago, ■ was «hargcd on tho information of Sydney Ma\tod, bonding-out ofliccr of the Stato Children's Boliof Department, with having on tho 2nd instant assaul ted and beaten James Syvrot, a lad apparently about eight years of age. Mr. Nichols appeared for- the prosecution, and Mr. Goodfcllow fox tho defendant) who pleaded guilty. ' Mr. Goodfcllow mode a statement to, the bench in mitigation of punishmont. Ho said tho child, had been boarded ou.t to defendant's, sister, and had several times, absconded. On the last gqps^ion he cut away a portion, of a. window, and so caused the loss, of a number of business. dooumontB. Tho defon,-. da.nt Corrie,, acting midei; Ins, sister's direction, ■ inflicted tho puujsbmqnt compluinpd of,, legally, as. ' ho believed, i...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 24 May 1884

Harold Netlierly O", THE GAME QF I,IT?E. CHAPTER I. (' Thus spnke the Tempter, and his proem tuned."— • ' Milton*. In consequence of part of her macliiuery having given way, the steamer from South ampton to Havro de Grace was vory much |)ohiud her. time 011 Sunday, the 19t.h March, 1818, a circumstance which greatly irritated {he somewhat younger-looking of two Eug iishuicu, who for several hours had been pacing to and fro the pier-head, and from time to lime sweeping the northern horizon with their glasses, in vain quest of the aux iqusly-expectod vessel. The olejer. of the two—though the difference ofage was slight and noither had reached his twenty-sixth birthday—seemed to be more impatient of pnduring the b.itter weather than of the steamer's appearance, £>nd had several times suggested that by exchanging the bleak pier and biting north wind for the Hotel de France and a bottle of Burgundy, they would bq quite us. soon apprised by the signal hoisted at the ilagj-staft' of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 24 May 1884

WANTED immediately, n smart intelligent LAD aa apprentico to the Printing business. Apply oOice of this paper. WANTED, a Respectable Young . Woman as house and parlour maid. Apply to Mrs. H. E. JonoH, Annerloy, Bowrul. 180 T 0 LET, Pour-roomed COTTAGE, unfurnished. Apply to Mrs, Whitton, North Bowral. 123 rpENDEItS are invitod for tho ERECTION of a J_ COTTAGE noar Burvadoo Platform; Plans and specifications may bo seen at tho ofiico of tho undersigned, to whom Tondors ai-o to be addressed not later than MONDAY, Judo 9th. BLACKET BROS., Architects, 133 99 Pitt-street, Sydney. T ENDEBS FOR FENCING. Tenders aro invitod for tho providing of materials and the erection of about 125 rods of two-rail split Fence at tho Gib, on tho boundary of Alexander Amos and Eli Leer's 6 acres. Tenders close on the 20th InBtant. I'urthor particulars may bo obtained at tho ofllco of this paper. 129 N OTICE TO TRESPASSERS. Notice is heroby given to James McGovern and every meinbor of his family, that if th...

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STICK TO THE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 24 May 1884

STICK TO. TJIE PAl'MR^ The strong- ajbtachqumt of- subscribers to well-conducted newspapers is fully confirm- • ed; by publishers. Stop, my paper," wosjds of dread to beginners in business, lose their terrors after a paper has been established for. a term of years. So long as it pursues a just,, honorable,, aud judicious course, meeting the wants, of its, customers in all respects, the ties, of friendship, between the , ! Eiubgcribers and the paper, are. as. hard to ; bpeak by an. outside-.third party as. the link which binds old friends in business, or socr ial life. Occasional defeats and errors, in a newspaper are overlooked, by those who liavo " become attached, to, it through its perusal for years, They sometimes become dissatisfied with it on account of something which has slipped into its, columns and may stop taking it, but iho abseuco. of the famil iar sheet at their homos and offices for a few weeks becomes an insupportable priv ation, they hasten to take it again, aud ; p...

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NEW ZEALAND WANTS FREETRADE, NOT PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 24 May 1884

! mW-ZEvblA-Nfr WANTS FJHM-. i TfiADE,^ NQT PROTEGTION\, oyprythjng, hp; madp. it' tbo country,'1 ! says Major .Atkinson, even if. it.cost IQ.ppiv Jeenfc, more than it can bp imported fpr." (There is, in our.opinioji; noainistitking, whpt .'is mpant;. aiid/iye.wftm/iho public, to bo on ifchpir. gjmvd. Vv^haL jSrcw, Zealand wants. : now, and what, will he absolutely necessary i for.it in, the.early, fu.ture, if \ye.are to.enjoy ! the. vast bpnoliis. that are awaitin.!» n.s I'roin jtlie, construction. of. the Panama Canal and j the.direct steam, traffic with Europe, i,s not protection, but a libpral- whole-souled mcas lure.oivfree trade. Wo see the revenue.all [ready, becomp so,inelastic, tlijit the. Treas urer is troubled by a. deficiency of customs ' of £120,000, and is driyento his wits' end to .know-how to. provide for. it. The slightest further advance towards, protection would 'increase, hps difficulties, incalculably, and make.what is. 11 o,w, only, troujblpsomp. a, very 1 seri...

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Mrs. Harvey's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Mrs.. Harvey's Concert;, In another, column appears the programme of- the concert to be given in the school of arts, Bowral>, on Wednesday evening, next by Mrs. L. Harvey, assisted by her pupils, friends from Sydney, residents. of Bowrah Tho onjoyment derived tit Mrs. Harvey's previous concert is uot yet forgotten, and those who attend' may rely 011 receiving a similar.musical treat on Wednesday, next.

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Tailoring Establishment. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

a* <—aa,1, i"wimin t.1- Tailoring Establishment. M». J. Jacodie, who Lns been currying ou jaufliness as a tailor 'iu Berrima for several years, lias removed to Bownvl in promises opposito Mr. Duprez's shop. There is uo doubt Mr. Jacobio will find au exoolleut pponiug horo.

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School of Arts, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

School of Arts, Bowral., A meeting of the committee of the Bowral school of arts building fund was held last Monday evening, Mr. J. Cr. Morris presid ing. There was a, good attendance of com-, mitteemen. The principal business was to consider the tenders for the new building. Seven tenders were opened) and the name : of the successful tenderer w,ill probably bp announced, in a few days. The seoretary stated, thfti the government subsidy of 42204 due 011 money already raised towards the building, ha,d been paid into tho Commer cial Bank, Bowral, to tliq credit of the build ing fujod. A letter was read from Messrs. j. Mcintosh and Son stating that they had forwarded a case of books to Bowral inten-. ded as a present to tho school of arts. The secretary stated Lbat tho books had been re ceived, and that he had. acknowledged the donors' letter thanking them for their gen erous gift. It was Heoi/Jx-d that the case of books which had booh in the old. school of arts building unused for mon...

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Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Bojyral Wesleyan Band; of Hope. The usual, fortnightly, meeting of tliis; society, was held last Tuesday evening-, pre-, sided oyer by the Kev. C, Olden, president. There was a very fair audience, the old: chapel being comfortably filled. The, open-, ing ceremonies having been gone through, arid an interesting address delivered by.the' chairman,. Mr. Ii. Beer-gave a recitation, follojyed by Jjr. Q. Mop^ singing Put mo, in my little bed," which caused some little, laughter. Miss M. Beer read an original; poetical composition, enlisting sympp^hy for. the drunkard's homo, and, was complimented by the chairman, who remarked that he had; : noticed that nearly all poeta were, brought j up amongst the hills. Mr. F. Kaward sang, a piece, followed by Mrs. If. Eawari singing. '.'.Sign, to day." Mrs. E. Bper gave a short address on the wonderful power of prayer, Mr. W. (r.regory read Two kinds.<\f'pity," and Mr. Burnett sang '.'.Sunset over the., sea." Two new members,, wore then un...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1884. CONCERT AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

®{)f §0forai Jfree Do as adversaries do in law, Strive viightily, but eat and drink- as friends. SATURDAY, MAY 81, 1884. CONCERT AT BOWRAL. The cold winter weather which prevailed in Bowral on Saturday last (Queen's Birthday) liad the effect of preventing nnvny persons from attending the "concert in the evening in the school of arts ; find consequently the performers were unfortunately compelled to sing, act, and yecitp to a half-empty house, an undertaking which must be not only'uii comfortablo but really euervating; while to the audience much of the interest is lost in the entertainment from the fapt thjit through being so very small the applause following well-rendered pieces seems to losp half the heartiness and enthusiasm that xyould hp felt were the house wejl filled. The an nouncement of tho names of tjie ladies and gentlemen who took part in the concert was a sufficient guarantee that the affair would be of no mediocre order; and had the weather been favorable there is no do...

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The Colo Child-beating Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

The Colo Child-beating Case. " Peeping Tom" in • Thursday's. Scrutineer, makes, the following comment on. the recent child-beating case at Colo Yiile The young. ;man, Corrie, tried at Mittagong, court, for.' :unmercifully beating ftu; orphan boy, was., lpt off very lightly by a fino of- £1C. I-t strikes " Tom" that if his name lirid been i"Pat O'Flyun" ov "-Malcolm, Me Neil instead of "'Mftster Oorrie" ho would prob ably have been sent to.gaol for six months, , ;without tho' option of, a fipe. • Tho.tjoar'd of. tlio Stato Children's reliof. department are. .decidely tp blame in. tins matter, in entrust-, ing.such young and: tendqr children, to tho. cave,of anyone in suph a, wild and/out) of the, vyay place as. Bargo. Tljo bpst of it,is, too, thq. State pay 5s. per,.week for the keep of; ithesq qbildrqn, but, the inspection is mora, 'noniinal ; thq only proper apd independent, {inspqqtipn wilLbe.niadp if police, arc cm-, ppwov.ed to do, s,o. Lady pr. gentlemen, visitors are a failure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Boot and 8hoe EMPORIUM> M l T T A G 0 N G. W. HUDSPETH, IN. returning thanks ,for. tho past fuvors bestowed: upon him duviug tho lust IB years, bega- to intimate to Uiu inhabitants o£ Mittugong and sur rounding district that lie lius Now Opeuod Businoss iu his Now Premises with a ' IiAKGE STOCK OP NEW GOODS, j just imported, which lip uow offors to the Public 1 AT SYDNEY PRICES j ar\d trusta, by civility und Btrict attention to busi neas, to luivo tho same liberal patronage bestowed ayon him ua heretofore. ' -U Boot and Shoe Emporium, BONG; BONO AND CHURCH HTKEETS, BOWKAL, W 3i. WAITE E EGS.-to inform tho inhabitants of Bowral and ,= surrounding district tliat he 1ms always on ^and a. largo and lirst-olusa aaaaortmout (,>£ liO.OTH A- .SHOES of the' very boat English and Colonial make. All descriptions of Boots and Snocs mado to order.; Excellence of finiah and: aplondid fit guarnn-. leed, . All kbulH of repairs executed at tb,o shortest possiblo uolico. W. AVAITE., Co>;no&g...

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Ball at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Ball at Mittagong., On Friday evening, 23rd instant, a quadrille p,arty was lipid in the ol|l stone building near the. Jfitzroy Iron Mines, Mittagong, ajid was attended- by about twenty-five couplet). The music was. provided by the Mittagong Brass Band, and was. highly spoken, of, Mr. Alexander supplied the r.e frcshn3.en.fcs find: g,iyo panmil, -satisfaction. Tho pr^eeeds. wore in.aid-of the Mittagong Band.

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

ftOWBAL, POST OFFIGiS. Mails close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays exeopted.) For Kangaloon. and Robortsou 2; p.m., daily, (Sundays exeopted.) Mails aiTive at Bowrnl from Kangnloon and lloliqitson at nopn, daily, (Sun.days pxccpted.). Mails arrive from all stations South at 8.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, at: ; all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Tlia Bowval Money Order Office clonen at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m.,und-on Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to fi p.m., (Sundays excepted.) _ , .■ , . Mails close for all stations south ui, 9,30, p.m.,■ (Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank opon fro7n 9 a.m.-to .0 p.m. .

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Concert on June 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Concert on Tunc 28th, A/r.n,committee meeting tlio'Bowral (Jlub heiclion Tuesday, evpninpf Itisk it \yn,s unani mously deeidad^ to armnRQ, for,.a grand con cert to hu helil in Bnwral on Saturday even ing;, June 28th, the proocods of. wliicli are to.be in. iiirtoii ilia u.boypuaiypd club. An influential ■ eomjnilfeoe will enmbino to.make the.concert tlm most successful and attract ive Uiajt ImB.'boeii hold in l^y>vral for.a long timo pa.pt.

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

CATTLE AND SHEEP.' Bates for convoyance o£ oattlo (tit por truck) to, Honiol)u#h tiro as follows:—Prom Goiilburn, £i 4s ; Marulan, '£'6 10s 8tl; Mobh Valo, £2 12s j Bowral, £2 8n ; ijfittagong, £2 On ; Picton, £110a. 'Baton, for conveyance of sheop (at por truck) to Homobuph aro an followH:—l'"rom Goulbmn, £8 ISs Id; Marulan, £3 5a 7A •, Mora Vale, £2 12b Bowral, £2 8a ;; Mittagopg, £2 6s Picton, £1 10s.'

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Moss Vale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Moss, Vale Soijce* Court. There w'.as but; little business at the Moss Yalo police court on. Wednesday last. Messrs. F. R. Wilsliire, P. M., and II. B. Kater, and P. H-. Throsby, Js. P., presided. Alfred Kno wles, for drunkenness and:maldng use of obscene language, was fined—for the former offence. 5s., and for the latter- 20s., which, fines,were paid-. An application for the extension of his publican's license to Shipley's course next Monday for the Bur rawang racos, was granted to Mr. II. P. Gin ger, of the Club, Hotel, Burrawang.

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The Bowral Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

ThoBowral Ch}b,. ;We take.the final opportunity---of:- announ?. cing that tlic above cluti will.be opened on, Mpncfny evening, next, 2nd Juno, in tko, room formerly occupied, by tlio Commercial. Bank, adjoiniug Mr. Dupr.ez's shop. The. arrangements for, the.opening cerempny are. nearly .finished, and- by, Monday evoniiig. ■everything will, be satisfactorily, completed/ ;The event will be of a, most interesting natui;e, and it is, questionable if 'anything' similar of.so elfiborata a character hap pro-, viously taken place in Bowral. It miist be. highly gratifying. to. all concerned—and ; everyone in Bowral should bp cpncei-ned • in. the affair—to. observe the continued and in-, (jreasjng piiblic. interest that is manifested ;in the club. We understand that up to, yesterday seventy persons had become mem-, hers,, of, whom about ,a dozen, are ladieB. Tlie supper, which will be provided, by a number of ladies, will, be'of a first-class de-. scription, and will; commence' at half-past s...

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Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Queen's Birthday. Tan announcement of tlx? Queen's desire for postponing the celebration of her Majesty'^ birthday to the. 28th June was not observed in Bowral, inasmuch as Sat urday last, 24ih instant, was generally re garded is a holiday. Tfye bank, govern ment offices, and nearly all the business places were olosed. The weather was ex tremely unpleasant all day, the raiu and wind, being, the cause. The Burrawang races were postponed in consequeuoe of the wet, until Monday next, 2nd June. Tthe Bundanoon. land sale was also postponed till the 7th June. The bruce auction, picnic, and concert at Berrima in connec tion with Holy Trinity Church, took plape, and, as will be seon in our Berrima corres pondence, were very successful. The con cert at Bowral, a report of which appears elsewhere, was poorly attended, and the proceeds. wei;o very small. In Bowral. in the evening, there was but Ijttle display of fireworks, the weather evidently having J damped not only everything outside but a...

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OAKLAND'S ATHLETIC CLUB, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

OAKLAND'S ATHLETIC CLUB, MITTA ' " GONG.. ' The annual sports meeting of tb.e. abpve <j]ub, w$a held on \Ye4?esdiiy, ^he 28 th. iu Btaut, 01^. the school-ground. 'The day was bright oiid warm y a goodly number oC visit ors were present; t|ie various eve»ts were (jlosely contested ; ami everything went to make the day a complete success. Tlie pvogramnie consisted of fifteen events which were contested with the following results. 800 yds. Hurdle-race Handicap (over & hur > dies.) ' Cup presented by Mr. J. A. Mackay. M. Nicholson 85 yds., 1; N, Ealston 20 ycU., 2; J. AaronsSyds., 8. 14 started. 100 yds. (boys under 13 years.) Cup. pre sented by Mrs. Evans. R. Street, 1; E. Sewlyn Smith, 2. 4 starred. • 100 yds. (open.) Cup. presented by Mr. W. Edwards (old boy-.).; J. Aarons,: 1; A. R. Robertson, 2. ' 9, started. 220 yds. Handicap. Cup presented by Mrs. Sonthey. H, S. Robortson, 1-; T: E." BWes, 2; J. Aarona, 8. 23 started'. - High Jump. A. S. Robertson, 1; 4ft. G...

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