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CHEMICALS AND SONG.— THE MARVELS OF THE AMMONIAPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

CHEMICALS AM) SOATG.— THE MARVELS OF THE AMMOInLU'IIOiSX Some months ago wo referred .in a very brief occasional noto to a report which reached us from Scotland concerning a wonderful invention styled the amnvjnia phone, with which a relative oF the mission ary Moilat' was said to bo improving the voices of Jiis Scotch fellow-countrymen. We thought little of it at tlie time, treating the matter ns a joke more than 111 earnest, and wero not a little surprised when, after a few wcoks, letters began to pour in from America and the uttermost parts of tho world domauding the address of the invon ■ tor of the remarkablo instrument, the no tice of which extracted from our columns seemed to have beon going tho round of ■the,press of the world. The interest which the Note appeared to excite led us to malco inquiries, and the other day 0110 of. our .scep tical representatives stumbled upon the original inventor of the Ammoniaphone at The Medical Battery Company's ollices, '205, Regent-street,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Facts, Fun, and Fancy, . ; Cookios.—Ilnlf a pound of Bugar, three\x=req-\ quarters of a pound of shortening, a half\x=req-\ pint of water, 0110 og:.>, one toaspoonful each of cream of tartar, soda, and caraway seed. "It doesn't tako mo long to make'up my mind, I can tell you," said a coueoitcd fop. "It's always so whore Use sto^k of material to make up is so small," quietly remarked a young lady. A prize ol 2000 francs is ottered by. the I Temperance Society of Paris lor tho bost work on drinks, both temperance and alcoholic. Tho subject may bo treated with regard to the action on the body of the liquors, or their compositions. A wide Held" is thus thrown open to competitors. : Bread Crumbs.—Soak ono. cup of dried broad-crumbs in ono pint of boiling milk. Add ono tablespooful of molted butter; halt a cup of sugar, and five beaten eggs. Mash two cups of nice canned poaches and stir in. Put into a tin pudding boiler, and boil two hours. Eat with sugar and cream. Potato choose cakes...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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NEW GUINEA ANNEXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

NEW GUINEA ANNEXATION; A cabinet, council- was held- oil Monday mbrmng. to consider tho. telegram, received immediately before the Christmas' holidays from Mr. Service, inviting the goyernmput of New South \V ale's to join the. govern-. ;meats, of- the.othor Australian colonies in a protest against the annexation by Germany' of a, portion of-new Guinea. At the con clusion of. the meeting, a. telegram. and minute paper were forwarded to Mr. Service to.inform him. of tho course this government is willing to tako, and tho rea sons for it, Tho minute sets forth, that the government is. sensible of tho difficulties which were placed before the.convontion ; that it lias not changed its veiws, and is prepared to join the governments of; all the Australian colonies in effective represen tations of the necessity.of largely increasing the area of. New Guinea protectorate. But to provent any misunderstanding, necessary that this government should know whether the action, of Germany is the rest...

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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 — 3 January 1885

The Kight'ftd... AN AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS ST.ORY. J]y E, Charles (Mrs. Walter Morricc). (Written Expressi,y tor tiie bowiuti Free Press.) oiiapter ii.—(continued.) When ho had regained complete command ever himself again lip advanced towards the group, and no one seeing bis impassable cold face would' have guessed tho storm that was ragiug withiii; " Mrs. Halsload", I belicvo,'.' be said wifcli \ the peculiar graceful dignity natural to him (perhaps a lioritago from those dashing chieftains from whoiu he was descended); '.' I had the pleasure, of meeting you when I<was a boy. at Mr; Clovelly's station.' I am Norman Northbrook, and have brought tho buggy "to tyke you and Miss Hals tend to Melangole." " ' . " Dear me," said Mrs. Halstead, shaking hands cordially, " how you have grown and t altered-, to be sure. Yon were quite a boy ■when I saw you'last—a shy, awkward lad, . and n,6w' you have really grown so very much,- it is quite remarkable. Well, well, • hoy,' young peopl...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Saturday, January 3, 1885. Mr. B. Short's Picnic and Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Uofonil Jrcc |h'css. Bo as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat ami drink as fria'-h. Saturday, January 3, 1885. Mr. It. Short's Picnic anil t'oiifcrcnoe., On Thursday (Now Year's Day) about 120 residents of Bowral accepted Mr. Short's iuvitntiou to spend the day at his plnpe on the side of tho Gib. The day was remark ftijly hot and calm, tho thermometer at two o'clock registering 102 iu the shade. About 6 o'clock a thunderstorm arose, a beautiful shower fell, and tho air was much cooler. Utiliko most picnics, the greater part of the day was taken up with religious addresses and singing. A programme had been pre viously arranged by Mr. Short, who also presided over the day's proceedings. The singing of appropriate by sips from Sankey's collection was a prominent feature in tho day's business, and quite thirty different pieces must have been sung at intervals. Prayer also was frequently offered up, A number of subjects had been arranged for discussion, and a different mini...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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HINTS TO BATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

HINTS TO MATHERS. 1. Do not talco a bai.lv immediately after a meal; from two or three hours are necessary for digestion. It' from, montal of physical labour you feel exhausted, rest before going into the, water.' 2. " Cooling off"-wliilo undressed is con trary to.all good sense. Cool off before un dressing. Never leave the skin unprotected. If theaction of the heat and the respiration h|ivu become normal,after, exercise, a. v , nn or even a moist skin, noed not prevent, yr,n from plungipg ii?to the. ba|tli; but, on the contrary, it enables you to enjoy your bath all the more. 8. Do not standstill in the water to talk, nor loilyo it to r.est. Keep rnoviug nl'j.er you' have entered the water,' and if you feel tired from swjmmiug, go and dress yourself im ■ mediately. Ladiesi, particularly, should remove their wet clothes promptly." ■' 4. Time.—More bathers are, perhaps, in jured by remaining,in the water too long than by an'y other caupe. By ovortjixing tho. physical encrgjos reactio...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Moss Talc E*»iice Court. • Wjsbxebqay,Dec. 21. Eufore Messrs F. R. Wilsliire P.M. W. McConrt, and G. Tate, J's.P. .■■■.' Josoph Dews, /or riotous conduct in Moss Valo, was lined us., and /or resisting thp polico 20g. The fmeB were paid. ' F.qbert Williams, for dnuikeungs ftnd disorderly oonduot in Moss Yale, was fined 5s. * " " Uoary Regan, against whom there, \v0r9, two, charges at drunkenness and one of obscene language,' was fined for.ijach of ^h%'fornier oflences 5s.' ^nd 10a. for the'latter." Jamea 'Tate v. David Baxter.—Toireoover.£2 17/7 balance.of."ao6ou'nt ''rendered for goods sold aiid de livered. Verdict for. plaintiff for full'amount arid; Us. costs of court. ' ' Billiard licenses were gnt'iio l to George Ptosser and E.'.T, Cuirtcsr, slau'jhtei'iny licenses to "W. Cioss und G. Sewell, and a booth licence to W. A. Comer.

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THE PROGRESS OF NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

•fllE L'ltOGltESS OP NEW YORK, In 1T71 tlsc pppulatjo.u of the city of Now York was ft littlo oyer 21,000; unci in 178.0, three years tho closo of the revolu tionary war, it Iwl 28,G14 inhabitants. Tho several censuses tqken (luring the past 100 years exhibit tlio. marvelously rapid strides whioh Now York has made to,ward her present inmperial position. In 1790, how ever, tho population was a littlo more tl.'au it wns in 1771; but by 1800. it hud risen to GO,Bi5. Tho remaining consnsos aro thus given"s—18'10, 9G,878";'l814, 95,518 ; 1820, 123.,70G;" 1825, 1GG.08G;' 1830, 202,589; 1880, 270,030"; " 18,10, ' 312,710; 1815, 871,228 ;" 1850,' 515,547 ; 1855, 629,900; 1800, 818,GC9; 18G5, 720,884;' 1870, 942,292 ; 1875,1,041,88G ; 1880,1,200,299. I On only two, occasions has the enumera tion shown a decrease, from the figures of the, precoding'conmis. Tho 'first time v/as after tho, war of 18i2, and tho soQond. after tho Civil War. The papulation of Now. York city has doubled si's.'limps...

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Fitzroy Water Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

I'lfzroj: Water Fulls. The following lettor has been, received by. Mr. Mo Court, in reference. to the above:—" Department of' Lands; Sydney, 24 December, 188.4.—Sir,—I have tho lionor to acknowledge receipt of your memoran dum, on the subject of adjustment of advances made to the Trustees for the improvement "of the Recre ation ground at Fitaroy Waterfalls arid be-; to in-' .form you the'accounts accompanying tliu sjinie have, been duly forwarded tp' tfo§. Auditpr-QeneraT. Apr companying this will be found a letter advising you of the issue of a vouelier for £100, which has been apportioned out of this year's vote, and I ani, direc ted to inform you that owing ta tho' very heavy claims that wore made, the pi;6mise of the secretary for lands Was oyer-looked; but a special notation has been raadu tliat will insure the aditional £200 to be provided when dealing with' the vote of the en suing year. I liave the honor to be, air, your obedi ent servant, Cijai'.les Ouvisn. Undor Secretary....

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THE LATE PROFESSOR FAWCETT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

THE; LATE PiiOFESSOIt FAWCETT.. The, public has sustained a yery heayy loss by the untimely death of Professor Fuwcett. As Postnjaster-General lie forked with a zeal and intelligence almost unparalleled' in the history of the office, and it will lip no easy matter. to find a successor to.carry. on with anything like as much efficiency the work to which he devoted hiniself, And the electors of, Hackney must despair of being able to find as worthy a representative of their political interests, and yet more of the interests of the nation at large, as the one they have now lost. Mr. Fawcett held a quite exceptional place among members of Parliament. As loyal it was incumbent to be to the special; conqems of the con stituency for which he sat, aud holding such affectionate relations with his con stituent as can hardly bo matched elsewhere, be. was, from, first to last, much more of a cosmopolitan member of parliament than the representative of a single borongh. Before he became Post-mast...

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Select Poetry. The Siren's Song. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

j^dcci ^actrn. The Siren's Song. by josepuixe tollahd. She was a blitlisome maid who snrig, 1 Closo by the cottage window sitting; S« sot mi<.l clear were the notes that rang Out on tlio air when; tlie birds wero Hitting J Merrily, merrily, sang the birds, ' But none could exactly guess their words, While the maid so clever, And blushing never, Sang, "Wliero 1 love, I love forever 1" He was a .youth just passing by While the nniid was singing, oh, so swoetly t Who to the garden-gate drew nigh And listened there, entranced completely ; For tlio sound of a voice so sweet and clear ' Was rapturous music to his ear, And he said, " Ah, nover Would I wish to sever From ono who loves, and loves forever 1" Many a time had the maiden heard Men were a parcel of gay deceivers ; In woman's worth, and in woman's word, Alas, for tlio host of unbelievers 1 Maids wero fieklo, all, well she know I " Many wore falso, but she was true, King and clever And faithless never, Sbo sang, " Whoro ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TllAINB I'ltOlt 8YDNEY TO TUB COCNTnY. Mail Train leaves Sydney daily, Sundaysexceptod, at 8 p.m.; Mittngong, dnily, Mondays excepted, at VJ.'.IO n.m.; Uowrnl, 12,88 ; anil Moss Yale, 12.50. Paksenohh Tiiain loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ox Copied, at 3 a.m.; Mittngong, i.25 p.m.; "Bowral, j.yfl; Moss Yule, 1.-I7- . . . . m> TRAIN8 FHOM THE COUNTRY TO SYDN1VY, . MAinTiuiN leaves Goulbura daily at 1.10 a.m. ; . Moss Vale, 2.55; Bowral, 8.7; Mittngong, 8.25; arrives' in Sydney at 0.10. Pashenoeh tham loaves Gonlbum daily, Sundays Qxecptod, at 11 a.m. ; MosBValo, 12.50 p.m.; Bow ral, 1.12; Mittngong, 1.J5; arrives in Sydney at 5.20.. A passenger train leaves Moss Valo ovory morn ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.15 ; Bowral at 7.80; ar rives in Sydney at 11.30; rotiinis from Sydney every pvoning, Sundays excepted, at 5.8, reaching Bowral at 9.18 and Moss Valo at 0.40. ■. The'tourist train leaves Sydney ovory Saturday at 8.80 a.m., and arrives at Mittngong at 12, Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is publisliod every WEDNESDAY ,fe SATURDAY MOItNING, : SDTlSOniPTTONB: Gs. por quarter; or Ills. per mi mini if paid :tt advance.-v Quarters end March fit; Juno ilO, .September 30,; December: til, "at which periods only enn subscribers: deolino, l>y giving n week's notice ill writing direct to the ollice, mid paying to jhu oncl ol tbo tbon running (juaitur. Advhhtisinci :— ; Advertisements mo charged for at tlio following rftte eiioli insertion:—.Sixpence per lino up to livo linos; one inch, {Is; every additional inali, Is lid, with n leduction of one-fourth for thirteenconsecu tive insertions, and of one-third for twenl.y-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marrhigos, nnd Deaths, 2s Gd each. No advertisement booked ur.dor 1b. lid. Advertisements sent to tlio ollice without notifying tliu iiiimbei' of insertions will be continuod at adver tisers' cost until an order is rcccivcd to stop. . Any person ordering the insertion of advertise ments on behalf of...

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

BOWRAL POST OFFICE. Mailh closo'for nil stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (.Saturdays excopted.) For Kangaloon and Bobortson 2 p.m., tidily, (Sundays excepted.) v> Mails -.arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Hobortson at . noon, daily, (Sundays qxcoptcd.) .■ Moils M'l'ivo from all stations South at 3.5 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all Btalions North at 12.3S a.m. (Mondays excoptcd.)1 From Sydnoy, Par'ramatla, and all'stations West. at 1.35. p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office closes at C p.m.. Post Office hours from U a.m. to* C p.m., and on fjundava, Tor delivery of letters, itc., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Oflico hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails closo for all stationp south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays oxccptcd.) ■ : : Government Savings Bunk open from 9 a.m. to C IJ.m. , , . , i

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

CATTLE AND SHEEP.. Rates for: conveynnco of cattle (at por truck) to Hoineliuah nro as followsFrom Goulburn, £'i 4s; Marulan, £3 10s 8il; Mohs Vale, £2 ,12s ; Bowral, £2 8s;; Mittfttjong, £2 (is;. Pioton, 41110»., • Ilattis forconvcyanco of ntaeop (at por. truck) to Homobusb nro. us followsFrom Goulburn, £3 13s Id ; Marnlnn, £3 Cs 7tl; Moss Valo,;£2 12s; Bowral, 412 8s; MiUagong, £2 lis; I'iclon, £1 10s.,

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Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Catholic Church. Mass will be colebiutod on, Sunday, next at Nivttni and Bnrrima at 11 o'clock. On Tuesday (Epiphany) at Berrima ot-0..

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WHAT IS MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

WHAT IS. MAN., Man iliajb is bprn. of. woman is small potatoes and few in the hill-.. ; Hp riseth. up, fo-clay on A llpnrisheUi. like ti clock woecl, and- to-mporow qr ilia day after an undertaker lias him in. ^ pijio box. Ho goqtli forth in the morning, warblir-i; like ' the lark, and. ia knocked out in one round and two seconds. In the midst of life lie is in debt and Hie sheriff officer pursueth, liim, wherever lie goeth. " The, bannister of: life is full of splinters, and ho slidetli down it with considerable rapidity. Ho walketh. forth in the bright sun-, ilight to absorb ozone, anil raestetb tbo bank mauagor with a protested bill for £375. ■■■ . Ho cometh home at eventide and meeteth. the wheelbarrow in his path, and tlio wheel-, barrow riseth up and smiteth, him. to.the. earth, and'falleth upon him.aud; runneth one of his logs in his ear. In the gentle spring-time he putteth on his summer clothes, and. a cold wind strik eth him. far away from home, and. filleth him with woe a...

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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Presbyterian. Church. Minister—Rev. 'John Evans, -MsA> . Services to-morrow, January 4.:— Miitugong, lit 11 Bowral (SeliooVof Ails), at 3. : • ~ Moss Vnlo, at 7.30 Weekly service ovqry Wodnesclny.at 7.80; Band o£ Hope cvory Thursday nt 7 '

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Social Equality. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Social Equality. Avtkii all thai can Uc saidjubout the advantagos one man has over another, there is still a wonderful equality in human fortunes. IF. the lieiressJias booty for her dower, tho penniless have beauty for theirs; il one iiian has cash, the.other baa credit; if one boasts of his income, Iho other can of liis influence. ' None is so misorabla bv.i that his neighbour wants something he possesses'; and- no one so mighty but wants anothei's aid. There is no Jorluno so good but it may be reversed, and n<> one so,bail but it may. bo betlered. The sun that rises iu clouds may set in splendor, and that which rises in splendor may, sot in gloom.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

INSTRUCTIONS for Preserving Eggs perfcotly fresh for two years will be furnished on 5s.' in stamen being scat to ALMA, P.O., Bowral. '187; JOHN G. MORRIS. A . LARGE and Choico Assortment of Jewellery, WntcllCH (Ladies' and Gentlomen's), _ Alberts, -iX. Wedding Kings, Gold Brooches, Earrings, Gent's Gold and Silver Suites, Silver Rings, Silver and Gold Lockets—all in sterling gold unci silver; all marked, - . ' J. G. MORRIS'S, Jioxoral. e1 ENTLEMEN, for your Christ II1I1H Clothing in Tweed and Worsted Suits, Trousers and; r Vests, Trousers, .Bedford Cord Riding XrouBers, Fancy Worstod Vests, Sillt DiiRt Goats, Walking Piiyots, and Sao Coals, a splendid assortment. ' J. G. MORRIS'S, JJowrnl. /"YENT'S White, Regatta, Oxford, and Silk Mixture Sllil'fs in great variety. Gent's Hosiery in i white aii(J colored; ryll qualities. The ncny Afgosy, French, arid Vinoulum Braces. J. G. JfORRIS'S, JJowral. BRESS-MATERIALS in Nltil'.S Veiling. Lustres, Cashmere, Llamas, rtio.; and all require wtnt...

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