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Small-Pox at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

Small-Pox at Moss Vale. Respecting tho outbreak of this dreaded disease at Moss-Vulp wo aro informed that thoro aro only two cases and n.otl.ikoiy to bo n,ny luore as they aro so very mild, and all necessary precautions are being made to proven tits spreading. Woundorstand that Dr. Madden is J,ookuit> a ft or the patients under instructions from Dr. Miiekollur. An >officoj;. from tlio quarantine station is in charge under directions from. Dr. Madden. Thero is not tlio (ilightasfc occasion l'or any 'serious alarm being felt in respoct to the spread of tlio disease. Tlio two patients who aro affected aro not oonfiuod to their beds; so the,extreme mildness of tii,6. attack ■may bo conceived, .[n referring to tlio mattor yesterday's Herald says:—In con sequence of the panic which has oxiuted at Moss Vale, owing to the outbreak of small pox. iu that iopaliiy, the Hun. A,. Campbell has' called upon Ik'. Mackellar and, the' Government to see what precautionary measures eitherfor the ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Oaklands Amateur Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

Oaltlamls Amateur Dramatic Club. O.v Thursday evening last a dramatic per formance was given in tho largo schoolroom, Oaklands, Mittagong, • by tho mombors of the above club. The evening was iino, find the attendance numbered about three hun dred, the audience being a highly fashion able ouo. The proceeds are to bo dovotod to the Mittagong Literary Instituto. Tho entortainment, which comprisod the Ohinoso Spoctacular Extravaganza, "Tho Illustrious Stranger, or Married and Burieda musical melange of sougs, piecas, Ac.; and a highly amusing farce entitled " Borrowed Plumes," was a brilliant suoeoss, and tho audienco was thoroughly delighted with the programme and tho execution thereof from the rising to tho falling of tho curtain. The performers numbered about two dozen ; the sconio arrangements wero perfoct and extremely creditable to i\n amatotir club : while tho gorgeous and brilliant drosses and coatuinos, especially in tho burlosquo, " Tho Illustrious Stranger," wero strikingly p...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

CRICKET;, A match, was played 011 Saturday afternopn last-between tho Bowral aud Upper Mitta gong Cricket Qlubs, and; resulted in ixiteasy win -fox* Vpper- Mittagong. by 55 runs,. In their firat innings. Mittagong made. a. total of 5Q» runs^ o£ which- number Pord. aud, Griffiths contributed 10 each : and, in their second, inniugs they put together 4G, of which, Rudgo and AVhatinau mado 14 and; 11 respectively. .In their first innings.Bow ral made 28, Lewry being- top scorer with 8/; while. in their second- innings. 18- was all they put. together. Appended are the scores Upper Mittagong 0.0;—1st Innings. . J. Griffiths, b.EUsraore, .. .. 1 0. Norman, c Bottop, b.SHa.moro .. 1, H. Budjje, b Ellsmore,. . v .'. 0> Foi'd, c Cope, b Ellsmore. .. 16 Griflithsi b Noimnn .. . / .7 16:' \V. Whatman, b Ellsrapre .." .V 4 E. Whiitman, b Ellsmore'. , 0 H. Truyson, b Norman .. .. 1 J. Eiumptt, b(Nprm(ip. .7 Vi 3; 31." Norniani 1 b \v .7 0 W. Jleuzie, not out .. .. .. 1 Sundries .. .. .. 7 Tot&...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO, MR. W. McCOURT, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO, ME. ' \V. McOOURT, M.L.A. On Thursday- evening, 11th instant, Mr. McCourt, senior mciul'mr for CJanidrn, v/ns entertained nt u' complimentary banquet at liangaioo Valley. About eighty i>en;u>:d were present, amongst whom was Mr. T. Garrett, JI.L.A'. fur Camden. Mr. James ■ Campbell ocoupied the chair. In responding to the toast of " Our Gjjest," which was proposed in a feli citious speeoh.bythe chairman, Air. .McOourt, who was loudly cheered on rising, sail lie could not be other ilian pleased with the magnilicout reception he had met with that evening, Until recently ho had not known that lie had so many friends. As their Chairman had observed, this banquet was liot for a selfish purpose and he (Mr. McCourt) rogarded it with more pleasuro, than he could express as being tt'testiinony of the appro-, val at the industrial classes, with whom lie had been associated all his lile, with whom his sym pathies were still, and with whom ho still desired to bo ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. THE ADOPTED RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE, Tub Anoi'tiin P*cleh. I. TnAT the object of the Bowral Vigilanoo Com mittoo bo the goucr.il advancement of tho town mul district. li. Tlio committco shall consist of thirteen mem br.rn, five to form ft quorum, to lio elected in tho month of September m enoli yoar. 3. The olcction shall lio ns follows:—(n.^-Nomina tions in writing 10 be sent to tho secrotary on or bo foro tlie first meeting in Sei>tembor, or at sucli Inter meeting in September as tho eommittoo may dolor mine, (b.) In tho ovent of inoro than thirteen nomi nations boing received an election by ballot shall tftUo place on tho following Saturday, or on such other dny as tho committee may dotormino. (c.) All inales mid unmarried females (ovor tlio age of 21 years in each case) being freeholders or leaseholders of property within a radius of two miles of Bowral station, and all mules ovor tho ago of '21 years resi dent for six months within tho same radius, shall lie cligiblo ta vote at the o...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

QJIAPTtiR When she was Rone, lie sat himself down in a chair near the open window, firmly re solving to. wait her return with all tne patience lie could command. llo tried not t.o think,■ not to anticipate, hut, thoughts, and doubts, and fears would como crowding upon his brain. And Ihoro was little thai,"was hopeful in the mental prospect. Sometimes he blamed himself for having been persuaded to re main. Had ho not seen that 111:111 kiss, his wife? His blood boiled as ho thought of it; Had ho not seen her lay her hand upon his arm, and look np into his face with «I,ream ing eyes'?' What inl.orprot.ation, saye one could lie put 'upon such behaviour. As to,what Mrs. Wilton had told him, conld.it for one moment ho depended upon, when sho openly confessed that she saw 110 harm in any kind of deceit where man and :wife are concerned ?. When, ho had first turned away from, tlio: hotel, it was with a deathly sickness at his heart, his only desire was to flee away, to put the ocean between...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MISSION. A WEEK IN BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 20 December 1884

GOSPEL TEAri'ERAXGW -MISSION A WUEK IN BuWIUL, Tim great Gospel Temperance crnni\de against drink was continued on,Tuesday evening in the'old School of Arts, Uowral, and attracted u goodly attpiulunco, viz., 110 men, wotrten, and ohildron, tho opeakovs included. There v^ero also about a dozan out.sldo the building. Tlio Hev, It. Jennings (Prihptjve Mothodist) was chairman. The liov. Mr. l?airuy on this Qoeasion alluded to the evils of drink in the homo, Ainidsl 'tlw. siiiKing of so vera 1 temporanco songs in naocossiQ.ii,' Mr. I{. T. Ho.olli earnestly in vited thosQ present to sign the pledge and svoiu' the blue, which appeal was fairly responded to. On Wednesday, evening the Rev. C. Oldon (Wos leyari) ououpied the c!mu\ Two toinperanco songs were first sung in micoessxon, and wo may., say. 'that the nudien.ee joins in nil iho singing, in which Mr. Booth is evidently an ardent Uclicv'or, especially during tho timo of plo Ige-takhig. In the course of the evening eight or nine songs w...

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CHAPTER X.—THE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

CHAPTER X.—THE MEETING. " And tliou wortsiid—yofc I wis not with. ihoo;. And thou wort Bick, nnd yot I was not near.—V Bviion. Just two hours before midnight i> carriage drawn by two sweating horses. stopped at a email hotel in Gollins-streot, Melbourne, find Jack Ilayman, fatigued., yot withal elastic in his movoments, alighted and in quired o» the laudlord -if Mr. Mildmay were \u. " Not at present," replied the red-faced landlord, viewing tb.e querist with a critical eye,"but two ladies who came hero with ft gentleman of that name aro in that room," pointing to a door facing the-passage.. Having given instructions for his horsos * to-be fed; and; watered- at once and re-har nessed, in. two, hoiirs, from then, Japk ap proached, the room, and knocked at the door indicated by the landlord. In one second Jack .stood face to faco •with; the loveliest girl he thought ho. had ever &oen— so. ho often told hor afterwards. ' $he had a pink shawl thrown loosely over her shoulders,...

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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER IX. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

(01!It PIUZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; or, Undying Love, ^ BY ADA GOLDS BY. (Written Exmessly foil the Bowiial Fiike Piuses.) chapter jx. (continued.) , Fon_ twolvo hours Prod lay in n stato of pomj,i|)iponacioiiauc8H. Dr. Burton, who hndlong boon attending liiifl, \y«8 iiumcdin; tcly.flpnf foy ivnd «soaii prrivod \v'h?ro tho patient was rapidly Hearing his exit from the euros rvnd soirpws and pains of tliis Woavy \vprlci. Truly lio had sulfoved enough and longed tq die, but nqt li{l he hiul unco nioro soon -mid onco.inoro spoken to his pousjiv Jijthql of vyho.m ho bad recontly booii potiBlanUy Bpeakmg, and whose nunie only had appoarpd in his wandering mind sinco |ho ipapiont Jack II ay man had handod l|ini iho lottor which hud ciuiaod-hijp thiss.uddon paroxysm of agoiiy. " " Doctor," said Rose, who was standing near Fred whpn tbiit gentleman entered the Bi'clc-.room, "do you think ho will last much * jojigpr ?. £lo yo.u think ho can last much jfong'er?" " I atn afraid not," rpplied I...

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Despatch of Malls for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

Despatch of .Hulls Tor tin; linked Kingdom. IiBTTEiis, newspapers, pncKola, Ac., intomlod for despatch to the Unitc l ICing.lom, mny bo postal at the Bowral poat-ofllco up to U.iU) p.tu. on the follow in,? dales:— Tuesday, Deo. 80—por P, & 0. steamer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

Work lists been Husponrled on most ot tho claims nt Kiundra, on account of tho sonrcity ot water.. Judge Williams, of Victoria, givos a prize, valued ftt 10 guinea, for tho highest scorer in tho intercolo nial orioket matoh. B[U'iics, tho self-confesscd murderer of Jr. B. Slack at Melbourne, has bccoine quite imbecile, and is care fully watohed in a sepnriito coll., 920. diamonds, weighing 197J caTats, vnlncd lit about Uus. n carat, wero washed - by the Australian Diamond Co, at Bingera out of 207 tons of drift. Tho Doily, Telegraph says tho closing of the high Bchools in Batharst and G.oulburn nektyear is threat ened, if llie enrolment of students is not enlarged. Mr. E. Combes. C.M.G., is about to proceed to Great Britain, and to visit the continents of, Europe and; America, with a view (o inquire into. the. working of technological museums, colleges, and schools. J. B. Watson, the Sandhurst millionaire, presented', the Commercial Hotel, Doniliquin, to tho Deniliquin Hospital, as ...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOU DECEM11EH, [Wkittem by an experienced gardener ex pressly for the Bowral Free 7'/m.] , Kitchen Garden.—Plant a few moro pota toes ; sow peas. Fronoh beans, onions, Drumhead cabbage, and early London cauli flower, Continuo sowing radish,.'onions, lottuco, parsnips, Swadish and white turnip. Pinch back pumpkins, marrows, euouinbors, and tomatoes; and give thorn plenty inanuro wateiv Sow another bed of celery; plant out young plants of same in olondy weather. Earth advancing crops and give them plenty manure-water. Trenoh all vacant ground ; keep. do\vn all the weeds'; hand-weeding is I always tho best.. When digging potatoes | dig all tho ground. Givo a dressing of bone dust or other manure, thou plant onions, lottnce, cabbage, of cauliflower plants. Orchard.—Summer pruning should be dono llus month ; groat caro'is required in this operation, ot»ppcifilly,in young orchards, as a tree can bo oither matle or spoilrd, ac cording to tho skill of tho oporator. Train...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

I "YVTANTED a Steady Young Jinn who thoroughly I IT uiutovstnmls horscB unci driving. .'Apply to .T. i GRAY, Bowrul. <170 I ~TT7'ASTE PA'PER, Gibs, for Is., odlco of this | > V paper. CATHOLIC; QN Christmas Day Mass will bo celebrated at NATTAIat 1], .BEIUUMA at 8, MOSS. VALE at 10, ami SU.L'TOX FOllliIS f at 13 o'clock. TO LET, TTOUSE in Bong Bong-st'ionf, Bosvral; 4 rooms. JUL Apply to GEOllGE HA11VEY, 475 • Blaoksmith. TENDERS T> EQUIRED for. the. ERECTION of- a BRIOK .sAj COTTAGE at Mittngong. Pimm and Specili cations to be seon at Ma. J. YVTIjLIAMS'S,. near Dr. Black's. , ' 47i PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A GRAND Musical and-Litorary Entertainment. XA. will bo given by the niombers of tho Bowral Literary and Debating Socioty, assisted by lady and gontlomon amateurs, in tlie school of arts on Wednesday, January 7, *885. Attractive programmo in preparation. 151 Mils.. E. WEST, LADIES' SCHOOL, BOWRAL. Studios Bosumed 12tli January. 480 SETTS'S; DIARIES FOR 1885, ON'SALE a...

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The Rightful Heir. AN AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS STORY. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER II.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

The Rightful Keiv, an AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS STOUT. Jty E. Charles (Mrs. Walter Momec). (wjutten exmisssia" f0ii tub Bowtuij FitEIi l'UUSS.) fliiapteb ii.—(continued.), A fine-looking old man TiVitll ft Ions, while beard and gentlo, careworn face, is leaning ovor liie gardon g-ite; his old oyoa, grown * somewhat less keen of vision than m furinei *" voivvs, iu'o gazing fixedly (it tho distant ■plains. A solitary' horseman is ruing swiftly Across tliom, and as he comes nearer wo call distinguish iirst his tali, lithe hgurc, and then tho lcoen, dark face, wn.ii eves 'whoso deep, lustrous darkness vv.mnuU us of tho natives of Spain and Italy ; so does . also the clear, olivo skin ami <n-isp-rav<m hair ;■ aud so do also tho oloarly-chispllod features, regular as those of a statue. but when we look ulosev.'ftt that striking Juco wo see that tlio jaw is too massive, and that the lips, shaded by a dark, drooping mous taehe, aro too f'nli an a defiant tor classic beauty....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

, Orango custards.—Boil the. rind of n Serville orange till it is' tender,' pound it in; a clean mortal1, and addto it the'juice of; two ■ orangen, a tablespoon fill of brandy,; eight ounces of loaf-sugar, the yolks of fouri eggs, and the whites of three; beat all to-, getber for. ten minutes; then add .a pint of milk, stir over the fire one way .till it is set, then pour into glass dishes or- oups. JOHN G. MORRIS A LARGE anil Clioiea Assortment of Jewellery, WatellCS (tiadioa?. mi 1 GontltfRio.n's), Alberts, ■Jl.JC' AVediiing Ktiigs;Gold Urooohoa, Kumuys, • Oeut's tfold unit riiivoi" Suites,;tii^ver itmgs^tolyoi: ana. Gold LociiCtrf—nil in sterling gold and silver; all marked. . ' ' J. G. MORRIS'S^ Rowral, /~1 ENTLEMEN, for your- Christmas ttlutlliug in Tweed ai\d formed SmN,. Trousers and Ajr Vests, Trousers, iWloirt Cprd Riding '4'rousuia, i>'aney Woi'btcd Vusia, Silli Dusl Louls, >\ alking Panels, and Sue Coats, iv splendid assortment. " - „ J. O. MORRIS'S^ Jhnoral, /KENT'...

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Select Poetry. A HAPPY CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 24 December 1884

• deleft Ijcrcti^n A HAPPY CHRISTMAS. Christmas I if wo enn remember How thy bolls their descant rang, CHiuMcning England's dnrk Dereiitlier, ;• Echoing words tlmt nngcls ming. i If wc first hive lienril tliempenling, ■ i'rniu an Australasian spire, To mu' flowing olinie revealing . Thoughts that wal;e tlio Bjmit's fire. • Dwell we liv die smmding ocean, . Or in forest wllils untvo.l, _ He our aim; with fixed devotion, Pchco with inont and praise to God I 0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

The thormomoter registered' over 100 degrees in the shade at Grafton last Saturday, and at Coonam ble 108 degrees. A Bhark, fourteen feet long, was caught at Franks ton,, "Victoria, on Saturday, wliioh when opened was found to contain a portion of an arm and the cloth ing of a man, as well as a gold watch and chain. The articles have been identified as belonging to one of the young men named Browne, who were drowned from, the yacht Iolantbe about a fortnight ago. Holloway's Ointment.—Sores, Wounds, Ulcera tions, and other diseases affecting the skin, are oapable of speedy amendment by this cooling and healing unguent, which was called forth the loudest praise from persons who had suffered for years from bad legs, abscesses, and chronic ulcei'B, after every hope of cure had long passed away. None but those who have experienced the Roothing effect of this Ointment can form an idea of the comfort it bestows by restrainingin lli> tarnation and allaying pain.. When ever Holloways Oint...

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NEW SCHOOL OF ARTS, BOWRAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

NEIW SCHOOL OF AKTS, BOWBAL. i TO THE KPITOlt OF TltE BOWIIAL FitEE F1U388. Sin,-—I think it is.high time tho attention of tho authorities in charge of the school of arts should be called to the state of the building'. As seen from tho street, a more stupid" method of tying a roof never was seen, except, perhaps, at the old church which ia now used as a school. That build bad: to be, secured by iron rods. Anyone may see that already the ridge is settling, and if one at least of the walls of the long room is not bulging, then you may degrade and disrate me to your heart's content. I am, &o., ANOTHER MECHANIC. Bowral, December 29.

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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER X. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; or, Undying Love. BY ADA GOLD SHY. (Wmttkn Kxpukssly ron Tns Dowiuii Free Punas.) CHArTER X. (CONTINUED.) The timo was about half past twelve on the day following tliafc 011 which Jack Ilay uian had gono to Molbourno for Ethel, Ilorac-J, and Mrs. Garland. They left Mel bourne a fow minutes af tor midnight: and in twelve hours and a half the return journey to Sandhurst was accomplished. Not a word had been said to either Ethol or her mother of Fred's serious illness and his unexpected recovery. Of course they1 talked of Fred and his life on the gold diggings with Jack ; and long boforo they were half way home Jack had told all ho thought ho could toll concerning his friend which, to say the least, was more than tho reader would care to read over agaiu. Ho related tho whole story as far as suited his purposoof their at tack by the two burglars an tho night when Fred sustained those sovere wounds, which were soon to prove fatal to his existence. He tol...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, December 31,1884. PUBLIC MEETING AT BOWRAL. AGITATION FOR A NEW RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

fffcc goforal Jfrtc |)r£ss. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink us friends. Wednesday, December 31,1884. PUBLIC MEETING AT BO WEAL, Agitation for a new Risoiieation Ground. On Monday afternoon last a public meeting ■'■wis' lield in tlie old school of arts, Bowral, ponvened by advertisement signed by iVlr. J, J.- Campbell, for thp purpose of discussing the unsuitability of the proposed recreation ground, and to consider the advisability .of appointing a deputation to wait on the ■minister to try and procure a more couve nieut and suitable piece for the gurposo. There were about eighteen or twenty per sons present. After a few remarks from Mr. Campbell the Eev. J. W. Debenliam was voted to the chair. Mr. C. Waters moved the following reso lution " That in the opinion of this meet ing the ground purchased by the govern ment for a recreation ground for Bowral is iqtally nafit for the purpose." The mover said that the 1,'iud in question, namely, that purchased...

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