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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Mkit is 7d. par lb. inB^tburst, and thopeoplo are calling for an import" duty. Superior Australian meatselling ia.Eugland 2d. per lb. cheapen Tar Batliurst City Council 1ms refuse'd to allow theSalvation Army to. hold meetings in'the Market Square, as disturbances take place nightly". .;l'iij3i»ir,nre about 700 persons on tlio nnoniployed list in Melbourne, and it is admitted that'there in a . .Considerable amount of actual want amongst this class. On the other hand, the news from the country is to the effeot that there is plenty of good work if the men will only go to it. The weekly number of visitors at the,j3ydney Art Gallery for 27 dayain May was IC',300, orim avarago daily attendance of toS, The atteudanoa on the four Sundays was 9326, or an avamjo of 8:131 per Sunday.. The total number of visitors for the month waa 21,031. ' Incorporation v Local Sa.'.r^CroYuasMEST.—"We will not entertain any motion tor - incorporation ; it will bo time when parliament passes a L,oo.u, Scut. G...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

, OUFt SYDNEY'.LETTER, The meetings of the unemployed during the past' week'hkve bee'nlessfrequet tli.an during the previous fortnight, and,, with oneortwo '.efx^eption^'ttie''speeches - delivered at-, the. statue in flj'de ParlvJiaveiVcon characterised by a tone of moderation Btrangoly contrast ing with the fiery and seditious language to which the assembled crowds were treated a few weeks ago. It is plainly evident that the,\yorkiug clauses now out of employment" in Syduey.are at last beginning to awaken to a true sense of their position and to sco that their cause is not likely to be benefited by following, the-advice tendered by such in corrigible agitators aft Tichborne Smith and his confreres. , At a-meoting held in the usual place on Monday craiiug it was tioattr.. imously decided by the men not to the agitators io champion their cause any longer, and following upon this decision five of tho most intelligent from their own ranks were chosen to not- as: representatives for the...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Harold Netlierly; OHv THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER III. Her virtues thus became as sanctified And holy traitors to her. SlIAKSPEItG. Her house affairs quickly dispatched, Miss Tremaine returned to the drawing-room, and, with no other preface than a faint blush and smile, proceeded to fulfil her promise. " The brightness and calm cf yesterday, so strikingly in contrast with the present frightful weather, .tempted me to a stroll in Lea Wood, where, at about this time, or a little later, perhaps, and as I crossed the path leading to the Priory, I came directly in veiw of Beuben Bradley and his huge dog Ponto, who, with his usal gallantry—Reu ben I mean, not Ponto—hastened forward to assist me over the stile near the duck pond, you know, a little further on. I man aged that he should be just too late, a dis appointment which greately increased the poor man's blushing confusion. You mnst have observed, papa, that although full six feet high, and stout in proportion, Beuben Bradely blushes a...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Mails close for a)! stations North at 0.30 p.m.t daily (Saturday!) excepted.) For Kanfjaloon anil llobertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Eangalnon and llobortson at noon, daily, (Sundayn excepted.) Mailn arrive from all stations South at 8.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North Bt midnight, (Sundays exoopted.) From Sydney, Parraniatta, and all stations Went at 1.23 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowrnl Money Order Oflioe clones at (5 p.m. Post Ofllco hours from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Oflico hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) .Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bauk open from 9 a.m. to 6 •m.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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The Here Nu[?]ance. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

5 • i 1 'r£ - S • V < "9 . r J P. -• • .// J " f^o'rfj'to N\n -aiTc6^ ! Anhnt tlio hare nuisance a gnntleiuan'resid-' ing in' the Batbnrst district, in ,a loiter to a.., fVioucliu Bowralj writes as follows':—" t notice ?by- Saturday's'JVw Press that th¥ coufounded hares have made great jhavoc" in thelorehards, oyeiv.tJjere, ;.Wo .are over run with the wretches here, and the farmers complain terribly about damage continually being done by them." j ;

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. THE COMING OF THE SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

j^clert Ipoctrn. THE COMING OP THE ,SHIP, " Whkn my ship comes in from sen," I saiil, " When ray ship eotuos in from sea The pearls shall uvine round my love's fair head, And her mantle of silk shall be; But now she wreathes with the roses red The bright locks waving free. " When my ship comes in from sea," Ioried, Oh ! so faraway and dim ; I shall see it float o'er the waters wide Toward the sands with their silver rim ; And my love shall watch it, by my side, As it shines on the water's brim. When my ship comes in from sea at last, Aud the warm light glides it o'er, The stars shall shimmer above the mast, As the moon shines over the shore, Whilst the sorrows aud cares of the gloomy past Shall vanish for evermore. Oh 1 fair will tho bloom of the evening fall Athwart the lonesome land; Sweet voices out of that ship shall call, Like bugles across the sand ; And my love shall shine like a star in the hale, With gems on her wrist and hand. When my ship comes in all the lutes Bliall wak...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

j H E' FREE PRESS §mI; inrtr ^Mniifrjr §.cpf, Bong Bong-street, Bowral. I Envelopes, all sizos and qualities, from 8d por single packet or 2s per packet of I 250, to Gd per single packet or 4s per pnokot of 250 Larooho's best Note Paper and Envelopes Clasaio Note Paper and Envelopes Original Repp do. do. Fancy Note—plain and goffered edges The Ilaudy Series Box of Stationery— plain and floral Noto Papers, all sizes and fyualitios, from Is 8d per paokct of 5 quires Playing Cards, Cd and Is por paokot Ink Erasors Lead and best Drawing Pencils Pocket Companions—a novelty Memorandum Books Pens and Pen Holders Slates and Slate Pencils Elastic Bands Inks—blaok, rod, blue, and violet Peuknivos Sorap Albums Exorcise Books Gum in Bottles Violin Strings, Ac., &c., &o. \V. Si D. I4. BRER, Proprietors. Boot and Shoe Emporium. BONG BONG AND CHUUCH STREETS, BOWllAL. Wm. wa I t e BUGS to inform tho inhabitants o( Bowral and Hurrounding district that ho has always on hand n large an...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway to Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Railway to ]:o].orteou. Tub rot;;o of-ihi liohi ];«»« 01 l.nhvn.y I'nm goss'-y. Q^to ]»!(•-(?» ,rii'l).:X,..li..W.i;.J<fi!l.It, ul i\V; Ms'boo;, snn A'' il a\v. Eeli1. -The lin« will be j ..Iirt.y cli <uis. short.m.* lluu tlni:. s-ir veyed' J.*r.c J.V>l>3rt8< vni. J.;ui row^iuji. .,Mu. I*.-li..i!».n<»sv,.cn{!:*.{od r.t ilio Kiirvey i i n hi mhjIi lino hwn-WiUl & M.-ndow to t-lio ti-j) ol i :i(: Ji.u'i'Oii jarry Mountain. "■

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

"VTT ANTED , inmiodialnly, a pmnvt intelligent VV LAD as npprautico to the Printing businosAf' Apply ofllco of this paper.' ■ .* j ' ' ' '1_1 "TTTANTIOD, n , J!<!npce!uli1(i; YomiR Womiin , as. ' V t' "t honso1 and' parlour1 maid. -Apply lo.Mrs., 11. B..'Jones, .Annorluy; Xiowrol.., ; u i <\ ' KJO "ASUS TAPER, Gibs, for Jr-V oflico of,,this i pivpor.i , ' ■ ' ' ' ■ 1 *, i rpo r.J^CKTiAyHUS.—'IVn-lera Wuiletl In Build ' „L ; Chimney. l+ib'or,only. Q. Flojmng. Ilitohie's job, Otlcy's jlilll, ' ^ j' ' * .161 QT. KTEPIJHN'R PAKJSif, - MITT AGO NO.— iO iSpnoiiil Sormons will\be. preaehed- on Snndav 'nett'by tVliKY: .'I.'TI. MULljTCNS. of Mors Vale, in tlio morning and ovoniiiR alfSt," Stephen's, and in - ^he nfternaon .'ut ' Colo,. in - aid. of•, tlio. Church So-: cioty, ,j i . ; ' ICO ; ril SNDBBf)) ()>y t ■ lottrr.: onlv)-i aro •■•invited., for. ,llip 'X ■■■I'lU'clmFO of a mpst: Comfortable HOiM13 in IJe'ninm,owned, and. occupied (by, the undersigned: ■ •Toruur...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We clo not undertake to insert anonymous contribu lions. It the writer of tho lotlcr sinnccl "A Working Man of Umvial," having reference lo the opening of the Bowrnl Club, on Sundays,. will forward Ilia name to ns—not necessarily for publication—his letter will be inserted in .... our next issue,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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School Teachers Gazetted. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

/|Hciiib(il.:''J(Ciicliei,s facetted. Mit. J-,u"> *?\y gnaotlod j'-nl lit auhool If iu,,a. iyur b G ailbium, aa.l Mr. Archiltii'• t:?fcV'la*.?i*t public acbool teielior at MitL:. joiiy.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Sj)c jjoforal Jfrce |1rtss. J)o as adcennvies do in hue, Strive in iff iit Hi/, lul eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY,' JUXJt 7, 1881. Judging from a recent'utterance of the Hon. A. Stuart, colonial secretary, we are promp ted with tho assnmnco that the governmont Beviously contemplates the introduction of a local self-government bill as soon as the Laud Bill lias sufficiently advanced in the assembly to afford thorn a reasonable.oppor tunity to take the mat lor in hand. Such a .promise from the head of tho government' has, we have no doubt, been received with almost universal .approval-throughout the length and breadth of tho threo hundred and twenty, throe thousand square miles oom- \ prising the area of Now South Wales, And ] the sooner the Laud Bill has become suffi ciently advanced the hotter ; • for unquestion ably there docs exist an urgent need for the, passing into law of some system of looal Bclf-govonmienfc by the operation which the ■whole country and the'pooplo.who the...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Berrima District Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

IJcrrima ilislriol Coursing 0!nb. Tins club will lioiil its sbc.oihI niuutring. on Mr. 'lii 'D. ,rr<>nt,|i'H JH.I.u iiiJtojc V;i'<«in.i ak Knilgi! Park on.X'hm'Kii.i.v uiul L"1! itl;iy uoxfc, j-VA''1' Tiis! is buiiu; In.ikcil forward to with very oonsicl/imblo' •inliOruBt l).y. i sport in;.;- rcjKidwuits, r|.lir;>u-.'.lionV ho district..' 'JL'ne- nemeosv. «f Mr. .P<>l-vnr ilumliiv.'iil' fclio;ryictotiiui 0«>iu>if>t£ 'Olnt>, Imvn 'luVii Hcc'im-d 'us. jwlyfi* 'J111• • prr> •{IMIlHnO fli' ill'! UMiUl.illf,', W.ilic.ll in MiUlioU'Culiiinn,! /oouipviepti klioi- following, viz"',,—tli<- Uta-i-iuia'J>i.sh;icli GUili J J i n >, lor 32. all fig iv:il •£■». Piic-li-; tlm K. -ut lP»r. w, vy Pluto, for y,:il1.1 ages,, .at., HOs. -catilt ; tbo Kriilgo fiirk'Sfc. J.j.-uoj-. C-ii- If!,,.pulpitis, in. .US 8s..eao|i t inul tlm SiUt-iii L'Wrnu. SkultOj.. fur 8 dogsj, nil iVgos, n tHOs I'ttoli. '1 bo lion, seorc fcatv, Mr. Graha...

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Concert. • On Wednesday evening last a concert was given in the school of arts, Bowriil, by Mrs. L. Harvey, as sisted l>y hev pupils and several friende from Sydney. There was a fair attendance, and an excellent and attractive programme was carried through to the entire satisfaction of the audience who frequently showed their appreciation by hearty applause.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

Football. The. first contest,hijklip setisonf in wlijclt the Bowmf Cluii;is cohcernoil will talie' place ■ here-this. (Saturday), afternoon.iin.'Mm, Ox loy's paddock between the Bowml.and the Oalilaads ^Milta^ong); toaiiis. Tho iollo.w ing players have been chosen, to: ■ do battle for the local club, viz.—J. Austin, (J. Ben nett, T'. Corner,. A. Ellsmore, B. Fei^nsou, G.. Frost, E'. Hai'pai', 0. Moor, LL Mortou; Aviuul F. McDonald, B. MeG-overti, F. Pmh,;'a,iuV F. 'Stannard. 'Players, 'are've quested to meet on the ground at throo o'clock sharp. •'

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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

THE SALVATION AMY.. The annual meeting of the Salvation Army was held at Exeter Hall on April 23rd, " General" Booth in the cliatr. Mr. Booth gave a long address, in which he congratu lated his adherents on the success of the " army " during the past year. The num ber of corps had increased from 440 in Jan nary, 1888, to 749 in April, 1881, while the officers numbered 825 more than last year. As to the rank and file no reliable statistics were forthcoming, but Mr. Booth claimed that hundreds and thousands of drunkards and other reprobates had been converted, and he believed that about a million had been brought to the "penitent form," al though they had not all been converted. With regard to finances, only a " paltry " £32000 had been given to the Army by " outsiders," but the looal corps in the United Kingdom had raised among them selves, £180,000; £72,000 had been turned over in the " trade " department at head quarters ; loans and gifts had been received amounting to £7000 ; and ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE QUEEN'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

THE QUEEN'S LETTER. On the eve of her departure for the conti nent, her Majesty the Queen addressed o. letter to her subjects in all parts of her empire, thanking them for their sympathy with her and with the Duchess of Albany, and all the royal family, in thoir recent be reavement. The following is the substance of the letter :— " Windsor Castle, April 14th, 1884.—I have on several previous occasions given personal expression of my deep sense of the loving sympathy and loyalty of my subjects in all parts of my erapiro. 1 wish, there fore, in my present grievous bereavement, to thank them most warmly for the very gratifying maimer in which they have shown not only thoir sympathy witli me and my dear so deeply afflicted daughter-in-law, and my other children, but also, their apprecia tion of my beloved son's great qualities of hand and heart, and of the loss he is. to the country and to me. The affectionate sym pathy of my loyal people, which has. never failed me in weal or woe, is v...

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TERRIBLE ADVENTURE IN A BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

TERRIBLE ADVENTURE IN A BALLOON. Monsieur Godard, tlio colcbmtod aoronaut used to tell the following story of n terrible adventure which befel him in 0110 of his lis ceuts. Pie took with him, it seems on that day, us his companon <le voyage, n woalthy private gentleman, who paid 1000 francs for the privilege of sharing in the perils of the expedition. Tlio weather could not have been more propitious, and the balloon shot up rapidly to a considerable) lati tude. " What effcet does this produoo upon you ?" asked M. Godard of his companion. "None whatover," replied the latter la conically. " I must aompliment you," said M. God ard. You are the lirst person who I have known arrive at such an altitudo without betraying some emotion." " Keep on mounting," said tho traveller with supreme gravity. M. Godard threw over somo ballast, and the balloon ascended 500 feet higher. " And now," said M. Godard, " docs your heart beat ? " " Not as yet 1" replied his oompanion, with an air of...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS.TO GOULBURN. p«iu* ( Art, l5 Mittogong \ dep< 1.25 Bowral » 1.h5 p.m. ..... ( Arr. . 8.50 Mittogong | 9.10 Bowral i> maui ANrv P.vssenoeb. ■ . :p.m. f Air. 12.10 Mittftgong | del,. 12.30 Bowral. ,, 12.38 Saturday Additional. ■ a.m. ..... f Arr. 12. Mittftgong -i i),,,,. 12.10 Bowral » 12.18

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884

IJ1HE BOWRAL FREE PRESS ia published overy SATURDAY M O It N I N G. RUnBCMPTIONH Sixteen SliillingH (lGs) a year; or 4a por quarter of three months, payable in advanoo. If booked, £1 jior year, or fis por quarter. Quarters end Maroh 31, Juno !]0| September !I0, December 31, nt which periods only can subscribers doeline, by giving a week's notice in writing diroot to the oltlee, and {laying to tho end of tha then running quarter, AUVKUTISI.su :— Advertisements ivi-c charged for at tho following rato each insertion:—Sixpence per lino up to linen; one inoli, Us; every additional inch, la Gd, with a reduction of ono-fourth for thirteen cohboou. tivo insertions, and of one-third tor twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, And Deaths, 2s tid each. No advertisement booked under Is. Gd. ' JOIiniNfl WU'AttTHENT Business Cards Hand-hills Bill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting Dills Circulars Programmes Ac., Ao., Ac., W. and D. h. BEER, Proprietors. T H E FREE P R E S S CIRCUL...

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