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ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 7 June 1884
1 i > ' #. . f i '*i j ; 1 St. ■Stisphkn's,' Mittaoonci., > „ I !>;: Services—Kvoiy Sunday rooming at 11. ■ i 11 . ,n * evening ■ 7. : '1st Sunday m the month*, afternoon 8.' ' *• Colo '(Colemiui'rl Siding) 2nd Sunday 1 j 1 . Lower.Mitla^but!1 ■ .. 3rd ' „ \ (■ I! p.m. • Jelloie ,, , t ^lh ( ' > ' ;; Tlio:Rev: 'J.;H.sMullens, o£ Moas .Yala, will preach at Ihe following plnce3 to-morrow, . June 8;,when; special,collodions.•wijtbe&lt; made £or,,tho iChureh 'Society — ' r • 1, ■ -.MiUugon'g,'at ll/"'''' Colo, M a * ■ i , ,-Mit'tajjoug,"(il V i > - » «!"
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Obituary-, We have.to record the death on- Sundaylaafc, at his, residence, Bowral, at tho ago of forty-onoyoars, of' Mr. Jamos E; Comer, a native of tho. distriot, and lov some time proprietor of tho Pi'inco Alfrad Hotel, Bowral (sinco.olosod).. Some months ago Mr. Comes was thrown, out of his buggy near Kangaroo Valley, and Bustninod serious injury^tohis spine.ftom, which, ho npvor reooverod: Tho funeral of deceased tool: placo on Tuesday afternoon, in the. Church.of Eng land cemetery, Bowral, his remains being followed; to, their, final resting-place, by about two. hundred', persons. The funeral ritos.woro performpdby the, Rov. J. W;,Dobenhaui.
Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Bowral Wcslcyaii: Hand: of-Hope., On Tuesday evening last.thc fortnightly mceting waa, held, Mf. W; J. Osbojrno.in.the: chair.. Every. seat, was filled. Tlioro was n, good-deal of: morrimont; during the.ovoning., Mr. 0 .lord's two recitations—. "Twins "and " The young oistcrmiin!'^—wora. truly laughable. Mr. Oopp rooitod' "Fred- Pattorson,"' Carry Wcnham recited " Two .dogs," Louisa.Croadale, rooitod "-The drunkard's .child,'* and' Miss Campbell; recited " The.sinkingship."- A trio—" Tho aooiali Glass"—was sung by.Messrs. Unmott,, Davis, and; Parker; Miss Parker and Miss Horton. sang. 1" ^ Drink from, tho Well;"' Mrs. liV Raward^ and Misa, Wiokam gavoa song;- also Mr. llaward sang. "Dreaming ol Home.'1, An.originol papor.was roadr by Mr. W: Boor on " Our Influence.'.' But tho pieao, ovor which tho audieiioo laughed with most enthu-. siasin was that read-by Mrs. E; Boer oti " Tar Mar bles." Mr. J.Ward's realing, "A parable on Tobacco," &lt; waa also amusing. Tho programmo lor...
Open-air Service at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Open-air Servicc at Moss Valo«, On Sunday afternoon.last the Rev. C. Olden, npoom,. panied by about.twenty of lus:BoiVral: frionds, coil-, ducted>an. open-air sorvice.in, til? main, streot at; MosaValc., There was a cotiRrogation of' about nt hundrod, an;l tliip hour's proceedings woro charaQtor-. isod by orderliness and' altontion. Sir..Olden, an-, nounood that a similar sirvioo would bo held;1 at, tlio. samoplaco in a fortnight,,
Bowral Railway Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Bpwral Jiailw.ay Traffic., Tub following.is n: return of tho. railwy,- traffic. to> and from BowraVstation during-tlio.. month.of May, last:—Inwards; goo.ls, 371 tons. 12c\vl; coal 18.; tons; sheop .100 ; horses •!;; carriages 3;;. dogs, 17;-. parcels 353.. Outwards: passongers Oil; goods 70) tons lqr.; cattlo 3", calves 17.;. pigs, 223hprses G;: carriages 1; dogs 17; pai'colaj202.—C:.Bonnctt,staN tion-niastor..
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
IfQOtbillli, On, Saturday attomoon lust tlio firat matoh of tho&lt; season iniwhioli Lho l3o\vral club lias tnkon part oamo. '•off- Jt»'Mrs. Oxloy'apiuMook, Iho opposing team bo-, longing to,tho Oaklantls Solioool, Mittagong.. Tliovo, wore a. Tow speotatovs, present., From, almost tho. 'beginning of- the game it was goon that tlio .visitors; :ivere ninstorH of tho situation, \vhieli.in porlwps duo. i to I,bo amount of pvftotico.thoy havo-hnd' compared; with that of-tho local men. The matoli was wonby^ tho Oakjancla loam by qiqp points,to one.
Bowral Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
ItOAvral Club Concert., Wis announced in.last issuo.that.a.ooncort.hacl beonf arrnngocT to tnlto. placo in, Howral ili aid'oC- tlib vo contly-formocl olub on.tho 28thi instant." Wo uro. givon to uiuloi;ataiul that tho.dftto.has, boon; nlleajcl' to,tbo.5tlv July which.'willi bo a. moonlight niglit and! afford' a greater numbor a.bottor. opportunity, ol.'at-. tending..
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Mails closo for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted-.) For ICangaloon and Hobortson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at liowral from Kangaloon and llobortaon at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.). Mails arrive from, all stations South at 3.30 a.m.. daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at' midnight, (Sundays excopted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and al)L stations West at 1.28-p.m.; 4aily, (Sundays oxcepted.) Tlio Bowral Money Ordor Office closcs at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to G p.m„ and on Sunday?, for delivery yf letters, Ac., only, from 9. to 10 a.m. Tciegraph, Offico. hours, from. 9. a.in, tpt 8, p.m. (Sundays excepted.). Mails clooo for all, stations south at 9.30, p.m. Sundays cxccptod.) Ooveriimont Savings Bank open from 9 a.in: to (
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Lime, Lime. THB- undersigned, having mmlo arrangements with tho Marnlan Limo Works for n constant and quick supply of. Limo, in prepared to oxooutc ordors at tho lowest possible ratos. W. R. FARROW, 128 Bowral Nortl}, near Railway Uridgo. Bowral Butchering Establishment, William Comer BEGS to nnnounco that ho lias commcncod business as n Family Butchcr, and is in a position to supply meat of tho best quality and at tho lowest possibla rates, and rcspcclfully solicits tbo pixtrormgo of Iho householdpra 511$ heads of families of Bowral, W. COMER, 81 Bong Bong-streot, Bowral. GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. '• By a thorough knowlodgo of tho natural laws which govorn tho operations of digestion and nutri tion, and by a carotul application of tho lino pro perties of woll-solcetod cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast - tabloH with a dolicatoly- flavored beverage which may save us many hoavy dootor's bills. It is by the judicious uso of such articles :■ of diet that a c...
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
£&lt;ihc |Jaforal Jfrcc |)rcss. Do adversaries do in law, Strive miyhtilif, but eat and drink &lt;is friends. SJ TURD A F, JUNE H, 1884, If tlio Noxious Animals Act had. not been passed perhaps for twelve mouths later than it really was there aro very good reasons for believing that a clauso would have been in serted in tlio bill declaring or including Lures in the list of noxious animals. Such a clause was proposed to bo inserted, but it was negatived by a majority of thirty.two to seventeen votes. If,'say sixteen of thoso members who voted against tho nniondmcnt had been able to seo at the time tho absolute ne'ed Lheve exis.ted for tho insertion of such a clause-r-ov, at least, tho neoessity thero was likely to. exist at no distant date or sup posing a like number of tho opponents of that particular clauso had been proprietors of orchards or vegetable gardens with an opening in tho fence largo enough for a liaro to force itself through in short, if tho vote 011 tha...
"OUR BOYS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
" OUR liOYS." The. members of the Moss Yale Amateur Dramatic Club having already appeared, bo fore tlio public ou three occasions in easy comic dramas, and having t-lierofore passed through the initiatory stages, of histrionic art, naturally aspire to tlio performance of some greater task—nothing less, in fact, than the representation of H. J. Byron's world-renowned and most popular comedy, entitled " Our Boys." ' This is. tlio pioco that has been finally clecidod to bo produced by the club a few mouths henco, in the re presentation of which the merits, of the per formers will receive a fair trial, and the public will have an opportunity of pronoun-! cing judgment on the abilities of tho?o who take part in the play. There are ten char acters in tlio piece, three or four of which will bo sustained by ladios, and these ladies being rosidents of Moss Vale the interest of the neighbourhood in the performance will no doubt be groat. Rogarding the comedy, " Our Boys," it might lioro bo mo...
BERRIMA DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
BJ3HMMA MSTRIOT COUltSINft CLUB; President—it. L. Tooth, Esq., M.L.A., Vice-presidonts—"\V. McCouvt, M.L.A., Waller Morrice, 1\ II. ThroBby, I. S. Pondor. Stewards—H. McQuudo, M.P., C. L; Nicholson, P. ; A. Liimb, "W. Mprrico, H. E. Lord,,W. Cliarker.' Judgo—John. Monday. Slip. Steiyartl-rSV.. Cooper. Slippov—J. Pratt. Fhig Steward, and Hon. Secretavy-^rT. Qrahfiin. The- second meeting in connection with tho above- club, commenced on Mr. R'. L.. Tooth's private... Plumpton ground, Bridge Park, Bowral,, on Thursday last, and concluded yesterday afternoon.. The meeting was a very successful one, the attendance each, day numbering, about t\yo hundred, among whom, w.ere a. great many, visitors.. The weather on Thursday was cold and. unpleas-. ant;.but yesterday it was boautifullyfine and warm;. The various officers gave unani-. mous satisfaction, in tho performance of their duties.. The hares were strong and in majority of the courses run effected an escape from their pursuers. Followin...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
BAIL WAX TIME TABLE.. PASSENGER TRAINS TO, GOULBURN. pan. ( Arr.' 1*5 Mittagong | Dop> 1.26, Bowral ■■ I'35 ■ " p.m. ..... , f Arr. 8.0O Mittagong | D 9.10 Bowral ,, 9.18 Mail and. PAsaENapB..; p.m. 12.10 I Ait. ' 12.10 Mittagong j ,Dc lg.yo Pqjyral „ . 12.38 Satobday AdjjitionWi., a.m, 12. .( Arr. 12. Mittagong \ Dop; , 12.10 Ijiowral, ' ,1 3,2.18
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
fJlI-IE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published ovory 8 A TOBD A Y MOBNip. 8Dnaomi'TioN8 Sixteen Shillings (lGs) n yenr; or 4a par quarici pf ^lirco months, payable in advanco. If booked, £1 per year, or fia per quai-Lqr. Quarters ond March pi, Juno'80, September 30, DecomberSl, at which porioda o.nly can uubaoribera dpclino, by giving a jycak's notice in writing direot to the ollico, find paying to, tho end of tho then running quarter. ADVKIt'HSINO :— Advcrtisomonts nro charged for at tho following rato each insertion:—Sixpence per line up to five lines;, one: iuoli, 8a ; ovory. additional inch, la Od, Willi t\ loduqtiou of ono-fourtli for thirtcon conseeu-; five insertions, and o,I ono-third for twonty-six Insertions. Announcements of Birtlia, Marriages, jmc) Deaths, 2s Gd.cacb. ^o advertisement booked ur.dor Is. Cd. JODBINfl DliPAIlTSlBNT ; BuBinena Cards Hand-bills. Bill-heads Labols Catalogues ' Posting Billa Circulars Programmes, ite., Ao., Ac., W. and D," L. B.Efilt, Propriotora. y HE...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
• (JATTIiE AND SHEER. Bates foe convcyancg of onttlo (at per fauok) to Homebush aro as'followsFrom, Goulburn, £4 4s ; Miirulan, £3 10s 8d; Moss Vale, £2; 12s; Bowral, £2 8b ; Mittagong, £2 6s; Piolon, £110s. Ilates for conveyance of sheep, (at per truck) to Homebush aro as followsFrom Goulburn, £3 13s ltl; Marnlan, £3 5s 7cl; Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8sMittagong, £2 Gu ; Picton, £1 lQs.