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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

railway time table, passenger. toain.s tjo. g.0.ul9.urn, Mittogong { ^p.. V?5. Bowral" 1 ' 1 * p.m. JSIittngong. por'; 9.10. Fov.ral " » Q-18, Mail and, Pasbenger.. p.m. ..... ' 1 ( , Arr. ' 1,2.10 Mittagpng | Dol); 1,2.30 Powral „ ■* 12.38, Saturday ADDIIIOXAIi. a.m. Mittagong { ^ , 12.10 Powial „ 3,2.18,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

passenger* trains to sydnex. Mail ajm>, I'abbus.qbu.. • ft.m;;; Bowi'ftl Dep., Mittagong {' ^ I25. Passbnoeb Trains. Bowval Dep. , ' 7-2^r f Arr. 7.28, Mittagong ( DelJ_ 7>,I0 p.m. Bowal Dep., ^ 1.8^ Mittagong | Dep. L40

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

rpHE BOWRAL free press - ■ iH published ovory SATURDAY MQflSJUO. sniiscnn'TioNH:— Sixteen Shillings (lfls) a year; or <la pov <]unrtor Ol three months,payable in udviincc. Jf booked, ill per yew, ov 6a pov qqartqr, Quarlcra <>tul March 31, Juno 30, September 8Q, December ill, (it which periods only can subscribers tjeclino, by giving a Week's notice in writing direct to the oflice, and paying to tho cud of tho then running quarter. adv'iiiryiaiNu AdvcrHaementa aro churgod for at tho following Xftte eaolx insertion Sixpence pev line up to, t\vo liqps; onp inch. 3s; every additional inoli, la (id, I With n reduction of' ono-fourth for thirteen conscou Jive insertions, and of one-third for. hyenty-six insertions. Announcements of. Births, Miarriagos, i &nd Deaths, 2s Cd pacli. No advertisement booked \\r,der la. Gd, joudinq di:i'abthi;nt :— I pufiinosB Card!) lland-billa Bill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting 13 (Us, CircuUuH Programmes, &a...

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Sale of Town Property at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Sale of Town Property at Moss Vale. Mtt. H. Taylor reports having sold I privately, on account of W. McOourfc, tho allotment.0.11 which tlio building stands uow occupied by tlie Commercial Bank, Moss Vale, having 53 feet 6 inches frontage to Argylo Htveot, by a depth of about 220 foot, for the sum of £025; J. S, Ilyams, pur chaser.

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

Obituary. We regret to l;nva to record tlio death of Mr. H. K. Tato, seventh son of Mr. Georgo Tato, J.P., of Moss Yale. P,ecoaspt\ about, IV month ago took soriousiy ill, and was at tendee!, to by Dr. Jones, of Bowral, whc\ pronounced tho pomplaiiit |o bo typhoid fovor; the patent at times appeared to bo \mproying, bi\t bronchitis, sot in, and Ilia, young man breathed his last on Monday ■ night. Decoasod jvas a %e young man of 23years of age, and was isfirryiiig on tho, , business of a tailor in Moss Yale for somo. timo past, having inherited in, n, marked ■ degree tho well-known, business, capacity of the Tato family. By Mr. Tate's death, tho. ~ community. ljas lost an upright, \vortky, audj promising' young niombbr, so much, Bof> ; that ono might join in tho lament o^ t,h(?', ppot Burns whore ho, says I Oh !• v?hy lias worth, so, short ft date, \yhilq villains ripen grey with tirno ?• Tho roinnins of decoasod' wore interred in., Bong Bong 0. E. cemetory on. Tuesday afternoon, ...

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BERRIMA COAL COMPANY.—ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

BERRIMA COAL COMPANY,—ANNUAL " MEETING., • The annjUfll meeting, of tlia B.errima Coal, Milling, Company, v^i.s. held on, Tuesday ; evening. 20tii instanjb. iij, the.cpnimjttqe-ropm^ . of ih;e." meqli an ips; i" stitv^to, * ' ^ojilbjivn / : There were twfQty-fpn)$Bli^htot46rsp>;os(it)t* ;Mr. \y. D/ivips, cbajrma.n, ofj- tlie. botmt of directors, presided. An apology, was Received from, Mif. Lackey for,, his abscence. The Chairman read the following report and balance sheet~ ' p.epoht. In.prescn^ing.this annual, report your directors.re gret their injibility to ariuppnce.a successful conclu sion to.thoirqontinued qffortB, to. place the.colliory in ; a mpro sjtis/sflfory position financially. Aoting under powers give)' to .your directors, aji tho last special genqral meeting, negotiations havp.beon going op for, many months to. form. 3. Qptnppn^. in England Vfhicli would take over the oolljery "and plant, rqalease the aam^.from debt, and- fniftfluffitri ent capital for tbp efficien...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

~Y\7"ANTED, a good, pjain COOK; no washing,. VV but will bo inquired to. iron. Mrs. P. L. C. Shepherd, Colo Vale. - 139. WANTED, immediately, a smart intolligont LAD as apprentice to. the Printing business.. Apply oflico of thi3 paper. WANT I®, ft licspeutablo Young Woman as house and parlour maid.. Apj)ly to, Mrs. Jl. E. Jones, Annerley, Bowral. " 1!!'3. w ASTE PAPER,''0 lbs. for la„ oflipo of this, paper. •.O'MCE TO, TRESPASSES, N . Notice ia hereby given to James. McGovorn and every, member of his family, that if thoy are found aftor this date trespassing in iny paddock, thoy will bo.prosecutod as the law directs. , ■ '! ■ROBERT SHAW, ' Shepherd-street, Bowral. May. 21, 1881, 130 TENDERS aro invited for the ERECTION of a COTTAGE near Burradoo, Platform. . Tonde\-s ava to be addressed to • tho,: uudersigned not latev than, MONDAY, June 9.th, Plans and specification may be.seen, at the Ifreo ProsB'OJlicoy Bowral. ' BRACKET. BROS., Architects, 138; ' ■ 99. Pitt-street, Sydnoy rjTE S...

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

St. Simon and St. Jodh'b, Bowiul, Services every Sunday at 11 ft.in. anil 7 p.in. . Ohildren'n service on tho lixat 'Sunday in : the month at a.15 i>.m.

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

St. StKI'IIHN'H, MlTTAClONd, Services)—Every Sunday morning nt 11, „• ,, evening 7. 1st Sunday in tho month, afternoon 8.' Colo (Colonian'B Siding) 2nd Sunday V Lower Mittugong ftrd „ (-8 p,ra. Jolloio „ 4 th „ J

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

Y/E8TjEYA.N church, Services to-morrow, Juno 1 * Mittagong, at 11, Preacher .. iit 7. Mr. Gregory. , ; Botfrnl, at 11, Mr. OHborna „ nt 7, i'roaulior Kangaloon, ut 11, Xtovi 0. Olden ' . . ill 7, Mr. WiiIhIi Robertson, nt 2, Itov. 0. Oldon Wild'H Meqdow, lit 7> l^ov. 0. Oldon Sprviccs on Monday, Juno 2 Mr. 'McUuron'H, at 2, Bov. C. Olden Itoborlsqn, at 7, Itov. 0. Olden

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Harold Netherly; OR THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

Harold Netherly; on, THE GASrJE OF LIFE. CHAPTER II. V Thou seeat 1210 now, » man of uiauy griefs, Broken nnd bov/'d to the ground. 'Twua not so When sunshine fill'd nil epacc. My spendthrift Ponmed over mid fail'd, wastofuUy foredono Pro half its not was o'er."—0».n 1'lay. Verb Puiory, the residence of the Cornish Polwurths, and Acton Court, that of then kinsfolk, tho Tremaines, are not more than a mile distant from each other ; anil when jt is added that both Priory and Court are ■built'upon tho sites of ahcicnt monastic edifices, tho reader will at once understand that they aro charmingly situated; the taste of the rovcrend monks in the selection of thoir earthly abodes being) nil will admit, quite as infallible as their doctrinal direc tions. ■ ■ ■- , . Cornwall is not celebrated for sylvan beauty; still, even amidst the roughup? Jicaved, cumbered surface of the mining districts, there lie scattered many an oasis, scarcely inferior to the sweetest spotsia the adjoining county of...

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THE SECOND ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

TP (SECOND ADVENT. The end of tlijs ago to be 1862 years i>fter Christ's official advent as Messiah : As Foreshown by the Future Literal-day Fulfilment of the 2300 Days and seventy weeks mentioned itt Panicl viii, 14, liud ix. 21, §5, It is a singular fact that the future literal day fulfilment of the two periods of2800 days and 70 weeks (490 days; mentioned respectively in the oighth'und nineth chap ters of Daniel, furnish us with strong Rea sons for expecting the Iijnd of this Ago or dispensation and the descent of Christ upon Mo.unt Olivet (Zccli. xiv.) tu bo about the period a.d,. 1893. to 1895; *beca^so an ex amination o.f that fulfilment shows that the End of this, age will take place 1862 days after His S.eoond Coming iva Messiah the Prince (which is predicted to ho a,t tho close of 69, weeks, Daniel ix, 25); and therefore, as tho yeav-day fulfilment is an exact counter part !\nd facsimile of the literal-d^y fulfil ment, the Enfl of this Ago . will take place 1862 years af...

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GIANT FOOT-PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

61 ANT FOO'i'-S'Kim,, T\yo. miners who have just rclurand from. Graml Canon report n most maryollou.s dis-. • covevj\ siv.V8 tlio- Pnteh Spring* C'/tampion. •l|ii the basis of the canon,, wicli was. once a sand, bod, and probn,bly thousands of years ago, a broad lovol plain (but the narrow pas sage way is now hemm.ed. in by walls 118. fijot high), they came upon.an imprint in the. sand rock, denoting baro foot, with toes, instep, and h.eel tis plain and,.unmistakoable as the orb of day., . It measured 20 inches in length und twelve in width... 'J.'ho f|«.yenige. depth of the imprint is four inoliosv while at the ball of the foot it is six inches.. These, imprints, appear n,long the edgo of the narrow passageway for som.o distance, and they ave distinctly and ovenly eighteen feet apart,, showing the great distance the monster with the human foot qould make at a single slop.. The men hacl only three pack mules and prospecting tools wi.th them,, or they would havo taken out tlio rook c...

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MOSS VALE LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

MOSS. YALE LICENSING COURT;, WEDNESDAY, MA.Y Befohk Mqsses, P. R> Wilshiro and H;., E. Kafceiy ' , Breach of the. Licensing Acfr.-^-r-Jfamos. Gallon,..propvi0toRof; the Family Hotel, Moss Vale,--was charged-, with keeping his. hotel open for the sale Of liquor ^fter eleven. o'clock ont the 4th. instant. Mr. Nichols .appeared, for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Constable Jones deposed that on, the date nanied he went into the Family Hotel, at twenty minutes past twelve in the morning; the bar was.lighted up, and there were six or seven men inside. There were several glasses on the counter;. he took up, one of them and found it contained beer.; the men in the bar were neither travellers, nor lod gers. . To Mr. Nichols : I did not see any of the men. behind the bar drinking. This was the only witness for. the pros ecution. For. the defence, James Gullen depppei: Oa, the night in question I closed my. hotel for the sale, of liquor at eleven o'clock ; there were, several men in th...

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

Savings Banks. Tire government linvo approved of Qovorn meut Savings Banks being opened al Joudjn Greek and Kangaroo Valley, to date from the 22nd instant.

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

CiA.KWKN.RRS,' CAIiIJNDAll l^Olt HA.\\ Krrgm::,- n.ir.nr.N.—planting nud sowing aB inland jftontli.. 'i'vanrtplnn.t on bbn^os, until ill pwurs,, iS;c.. (2arrota,and pojutoos to bf> stored.. Sow Windsor boanr,. Oiu.'iiAiui—IVlinc orange lu>0Ht Vliint oraygo,. 1,0(111111, tin, I other uvoi'mccn, Ucuh, as well as dcoidu OUB Irvos. ui nil Kinds.. (jomiyoiH'o manuring; stone fruit tioi'-i to, bo woil tiymiued ; foj tlit'bo ticqa,, l)p,no dust an,d guano, Imvp beon found profitable. Fi.owj-.u Gaiwk.v..—Tie up ai\d stakp ehryHivitho mums i.not puinu goraniuuiH. I'lago cfyuelins in a oool ponum.n for il.oworing. Vlanl hyiicintliB, etc., as iu April.. LilUoii uikI such, like, bulbs to.bp taken up (Mid kept dry; plant flowering rJirubp and herbaceous plants of nil kinds. Sow, hardy annuals, ot all, sorts, Fifj.u.—Sow w.hcat, barley, Ac,.

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VALEDICTORY DINNER to MR. J. KNOPP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 31 May 1884

VALEDICTORY DINNER to MR. J. KNOPP. On Thursday evening last Mr. Jacob Knopp, who has just been promoted from the charge o{ the Mit- tagong public school to the North Goulburn school, was entertained by a number of friends at a banquet at Draper's Commercial Hotel, Mittagong. There were betweon forty and fifty gentlemen. present, and the gathering was of a most interesting nature. The dinner was provided by Mr. Draper, proprietor of the hotel, and was recherche. A good number of those present were public school teachers from various parts of the district; but Mr. Knopp's successor, although in town, was unable to attend owing to the arrival of his family by train during the evening. After a pleasant discussion of the viands, the tables were cleared and the toasts of the evening were proceeded with. Mr. John Wright occupied the chair, and Horniman the vice-chair. The guest occupied a seat on the right-hand side of the chairman. The usual loyal toasts having been duly honored, The cha...

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CABLE NEWS. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

• • ■ / C A B L E N £ W'S. ' , a.., ' . : •! . ■»'< . , (Fro <i Hie S;/t/,wi/ Jhtllj/ " ' LOXllON, ifny 'J').' to -low c>• I iin that thi) ]<(•■ nliv i\te Bill will ju a t1 L'lem*i v^'iip imiiiiim !■ 1. hut 'i sh'iw yji'iil i j i^jiu no, lliKina'i the iii/Uidik'o of I5iitit.li" iliploiu i, , is ioiibidtjioil to lie po.nlilc. It is iiunoiiiiuoil llmt Mr. Tlioin.ih isrxlon, the liml oialor ol tho lii-.li puny in the Uouii' of Common-', mil Mi Win "iw(kioii 1, Ar 1', ill \iiil l)io'A'i - ('.J .hi v\iiO,i.ii .is a. (lobulation fio n the liUl\ >{ut 1 mill J I, ir-j1!.', ( , , j , , 'J li ilnitl) is aiinoiimorl of (In) Right [Ion Su ,Bivvllu Fiojo, laic Govunipv of lliiiiU'iiy, aiil U'ovcr Iior of llifi Oapc Colony^ and high, ounvuiaaioner :of {iouth Africu, aged bixty-njne. . , u ' ' > 1 ^"v ' - * ™"* Tho Snw/G'iiual Company; him' 'approvod of the' jilmib submitted' by *M."'do'Ik-stops in regard to ■ JSn^laiidViihava in the control of the Suez -C...

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DYNAMITE OUTRAGES IN LONDON. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

1 DYNA11 ITli''OUTRAGES TJf LONDON. , /' , , JjOJIfDON, Muy 31. r?A's xnnnmo ■' explosions of* dynamite <020uml 'last . evening at the Junior! Carl Urn Club iu'i?ull Mall, by : which: the' lower portion of the. prumwou Avas com-' ploUy wrecked:- ? The /outrage \v.aR propfitriilel by -moans of an: infernal machine; which.mib. dropped down tUanran^ ■ Almost at tho earns Hmo -a "scoonj- cxplomon Look place in tho vieint.v.:of thcJArrfiy raiit!;.Nuvv;CJltib. tliu War Intolli guiiwe Oillce, and- Sic W'utliiu VVymi's iirivato iv.si cjeiioo, sjtuate t in ilv- ,-samif iicighbatifbiwd." -nil of vhi'.'.h 'iremiw-wcvujiijucail .to ,n lioiwiduriiliV:ox'tonti l>,y tliu forou ul ilv, exnlouioti. The clul>M> in J'ull 7>r«;l wire crovvdeil lit tlm tioip, uuil .the..explosions •caused ih'i (jie'iue.st uon.sti'niatiou and uiiu ui. Si'iir icoly had uny, tmusx-JaHpfld wjtjen n third oxpiosion took jiliwo.at ,t{ieVD«t0QliY0>Biireati, ..Scotland: Yard,, the'iinilding nUo being w...

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DISTRICT NEWS. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

- D I S T R I C.T-N E-W-5..; - MITTaGONG. ': At the polico oourl on MoiUay last a case of considv, crabla hnportnnco vv.n heard, viz., Hogan v. Jo:io«, for n3n.iult. According, to tho defendant's cvldouco, It appeared that on the night of the'22hd of May, tit the railway station, Rtfgan, alangt with others,vwaii at tho mail train to " have a look at Hanfan" goinK. through to Mulbourno and wmu, uliocriug-011 tlioi platform, plnintiil using"oIihcodo language. Dofon* dant told him to .sit down, hut it1 wait' sai l. Keg an woiit to " give it" to. Joiiotij,,'. Buard,]coming up At tho timo caught-hold'of K'u|{aiiiHnjl,('in, company with Jones,'took him to n ronnj at th» station' toi lock him up for thu puvposo of giifinj^hiui irvoharg<.v whore, plaintiff ,oilhor.". foil downor. " laid dmyu,1! licuco the allcgcd'nssaultl,..Ahiv.n Jruiueudous lot of what appjMirod/conl'radiiitory ovidonco -tlio Iwitolil i dismiibod tho uuvi^v, t, t : , ,, , , , A foot race, I bcliovo is to ooino ...

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