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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

COMMERCIAL,, Souin, Coisi. and West Cajiden Go-omsiutive ' ' ' ' ' Company, Limited. • Butter, 1st, pev lb., lOd to. 12d Bacon, best Merimbula hand cured; 10d- tolld „ best, machino cured, 8d to.Od „ heavy and rough, 6d to 7d Hams, best Merirabula, hand curcd, lid to.Is,Id: „ machine ourod, lOd to.lid Lard, 5d to 7d Cheesq 1st, per lb., 5d to 7d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to 'id; Pigs, alive, per lb, Cd to 6d Calves, each, 3b Cd to.40s Od, Hides, per lb, 3d Cult skins, each, 13 6d l'alloyy, per ton, £28 Os to £30 10s ■ ■ Maize, per bushel, 4s 9d to 4s lOd Hay, oaten,per ton, £fi Os.to £7 Os 0d> „ lucerne, do., £3 Os to £4' Os Od ' ■' - Potatoes, do., £G Os to £7 Os Od, Fowls, per pair, 3s.0d to 4s Od Ducks, do, 3s Od to 4s Od Geese, do, 7s Cd to 9s Od Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20s Od Eggs, per doz., Is Gd to Is 7d.. • December 31,1884.

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

Lonn^iiiff and Health. A WHiTKii on health very justly condemns loungiiig, in which u lav^e unnthcr of persona indulge, as in jurious to health. He says: "An creel,bodily at titude is of vastly niwe importance to heal'h than is fonorally imagined. Crooltoil bodily positions, maintained for any length ol time, are always in jurious, whether in n sitvin*?, standing, or lvi";: pos tuvo, whether Bleeping or walking. To sit wuh the body leaning forward on the stomach or lo one aide, with the heels elevated to a lovel with the head, is not only in bail taste, hut exceedingly dolvinic tal to health. Ituramps the stomach, prosscs the vital qrgann, interrupts the frjie inot'.on qf the chest, and enfeebles the functions of the ubdqminal and ticoric organs, niul, in foot, unbalances the wholo innsanlar. system. Many children become slightly liump bnoWor severely round-shoulderpd by sleeping with the head raised on a high pillo\y. When any person l\mU it pasipr to sit qr aland, qr walk or sleep...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Expensive Horse-Shoeing. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Expensive Ilorsc-SIioeiijgr.. A Gentleman, one day toolc his horse to.a blacksmith to get shod and asked the blacksmith wha>.'he, would,, charge; the blacksmith siiid he wouhl 'do it as fol )pWS_4(l the fjrstnail.doubliijg.the pripeXpreiieh nap up. to the 32nd nail; the gentleman readily accepted t'„e offer thinking he hat? made a good, bargain, bpt imagine his consternation and surprise on finding the result as follows,:— I" 1 2 .4 8' 1 4 2' 8. Total 6 4 10 8 X 1' 4" 2 2 8 4l C 4' 8 10 8' 17 1 4' 21 2 8 C8 5 4 13ft 10, a. 278' 1 4 510 2 a . 1,193 5 0 2,38G 10. 8, 4,773 1 4 9,640 2 8 10,002 5 4 38,1(4 ID S 7(i,30'.i" '1 4 152,738 2 8 305,470 5 4 610,952 10 8 1,221,905 1 4 2,443,910 2 8 ,, £4,8S7|C09 5

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Some Popular Falacies. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

Sonic Potmlur Fnlncics. It is n niistatfc.to think tlmt the nioro ii mnn.cats, the fatter and'sirongov.ho will beep'mo. To.bclievo thai, tlio moro hours children study the faster I'jey will-lonrn. To conclude,that if cxoroiso is goo/3, tho more violent it is the nioro good is clone. To imr;» ino that every hour talcen from alcup.is an. lioui; gained. To not on tho prasumjilion that the suiall o.;t loom in tho' house isl large enough to, sleep in. To argue whatover remedy causes onq, to. fgel im mediately better is good for the system, without regard to,more ulterior effects. 3!o bat without an appetito, or "to continue to eat after it hjia booh satisfied, merely to.gratify the taste. To cat a hearty supper for ihe pleasure experienced during the brief time it is passing down the throat, at tlieexpenso of a whole ni$ht of.di.Bt'uvbo'd.slGO'p and. a uyht of.wcavy waliihg in the uiqrmnjj. ' '

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

SJsinitcrly Children. A i>r.F,Txu,Y dreaa.od clii!:1. is always attractive loo!: in'J, biitif it iq rwlo and ill broil lino ojoibos will have no affcct upon the' general niiad. 'A' clo^n, plainly dressed child with 'good manners, iaalws.ys noticed with pleasure, spoken of and gono'rolly t/i niirp^; therefore 'good manner,; aro 6t the greatest iijjjwrlaii'oc to children. Tlioy should not only be ticiii and olean' in their habits, but tlwy *Hhoi.ild ba taught to be civil, obliging and kindly to every one. It thoy arc Hllowod to snarl, and frot, uo nidc to tho'ir brothers and sisters and friends, they will bp nnisap oes always to be avoided. Touch your little child to nay: " Ploaso, mamma 1" " i'leaso, papa I" for every favour he desires, and it will give hiiu'tho koy nolo to. pleasing manners.. l(uiuil;o tlio cross wrirds ho speaks, taking grenl care ot the same time that lie does hot learn tham froin your lips. Cli'ldren possess strong imitative powers and will sh.owyoii a small l...

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

<JURi?.ENT EVENTS. Sunday last was the 48th. anniversary of the founding of the colony of South Aus tralia. A fever is reported, to be. raging in New Caledonia. Six hundred wises have oc curred. A telegram, from Hobart states that the health of the* Hon. Alexander Stuart has greatly improved, s.iutje his arrival in Tas mania. At Glenpatrick, in the Avoca district, Victoria, an old man named Harding was. burnt to' death in his hut while under, the influence of drink on Boxing night. The Cootamundra IIoraM:sioXe& that a car pet snake, ten feeti and a half long and eight inches in circumference, was recently killed by Mr. J. Noonan at Slockinbingal. Oscav Wilde has been getting himself into trouble with the Welsh ladies, for stating in one of his lectures that the ugliest women in Europe are the Swedes and Welsh. The,name of a successor to Lord Augus tus Loftus, as governor of New South Wales, has been submitted to the British Cabinet, but the name has, not yet been ...

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

LOCAL BKEVI11KS. First half-yearly mcctiug of tlio Bow mi Literary anil Debating Society will bo belli next Wednesday evening. Tim programme of next Wednesday's evening's entertainment appears in our ad vertising columns of this issue., Qver one hundred and fifty persons visited tlio Fitzroy Waterfalls on New Year's Day. Owing the long continued dry weather the volume of water is now very small. The last hour qf thp old year in Bowral wio remarkable for its brilliant moonlight, for its calmness, aud its mildness. The thermometer registered 71 degrees at that midnight hour. In debating the question " Has the liuuian race degenerated ?" the Cootamuu dra Literary and Debating Society tire unaminous that it has not. This conclusion seems a natural one. New Year's Day \vn« one of tho hottest days wp lmvP experienced this summer. In the evening the heat was tempered con siderably by a storm that passod over tho town. Only a small quantity of rain fell. Me. R. B. Pitt, of Sydney, the pre m...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

CHURCH SERVICES.. Ghurch of JSiiffland. Sorvioos to-morrow, January 4. Moss Vulo, ut 11 ttnil 7.80. Sutton Forest, at 3 and-7.30 ISonp 13png, at11 Mount Aobby, ut 8 Morula, at 7

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How His Wife Cured Him. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

How His Wife Cured- lliin. An old medical practitioner had surrendered: him self to the demon of drink, and his poor little wife found, all expostulation, useless. ' From morn to noon, from noon,'to dewy eve, Whether, patients crowded his study.or left him^am'ontiiig.llie dull ness of business', it was.all' alike—he. was in a" state of chronic and most pronounced'fuddle. 1 "At" length he jocosely promised his better half that i£ she oould once succeed,* in' getting him(soj)or. he., would' join the Blue Uilibon army. SlipHly P^teir. wards, the medico.'dissiippearqd frbtn'.puhiid.view, and was not seen for a week. " He then praseni^\ very sober and sorrowful- aspect. When quaatioheil lie explained' the. cause of his enforce,d retir$Q$8$ to a confidential friend. After a.'very hca.vv. bopt lie regained consciousness only to find tho.solsft ijf his feet deprived of their cuticle iind le£t raw, &iid sore. Kq one could afford hiiu any explapatioji of the qii-cqmstances, and he was...

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THE RECREATION GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

TIIE RECREATION GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE llOWHAIi FltEE BltKHB. But,—"When I was appointed chairman of tho mooting Hip other clay I said that I was a perfectly impartial chairman, inasmuch as I know nothing whatever of tlio question, and could, thoroforo, liavo n<r opinions about it. Sinco than, I liavo seen tlm ground, and have also hoard something of thp other sido of tlio question. May I ask leave to put tlio whole matter briefly as it appears to mo ? Tlio government has expended over .£020 in tlio piu'chasp of 12 acres of ground which, although suitable in iomo rospects, is (1) too far from town ; (2) contains a swamp which would need to havo a good deal of monoy spout in providing a bridge, &o.; and (.'!) will not provide a good cricket grpund. i Wlmt; can tho government bo iuducecj to i do ? By tlio influence of a deputation sent by ft largo anil cnUiusaslic public mooting, they could probably bo induced to sell tho present ground, inasmuch as tlioy coul...

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A Baby's Adventures. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

A Baby's Adventures. Not long ngo an Eugliah lady took passage on a vessel bound from Kingstown, Jamaica, to London. A large, stronij, and aotivo monkey on board, tliu' vbfsacl topk a fancy to the lady's'child—a babe about t\\^o months old. Tho monkey would follow tlio lady from piacb to place, watching her as sho rocked and fondled her little one. It bo happoned on a beauti ful." afternoon during the voyage that a distant'sail .attraoted thp.attention of the passengers.- The polite captain oftjored 'liis glass to'tho lady. She placed hpr cTiild on'the sofa and just raised the glass to her I eje.wlieri.a pry. was heard. Turning quickly, she beheld o, sailor in pcrsuit of the monkoy, which/had grasped "this infant 'firmly' 'with one arm, and was nimbly climbing the shrouds. The mother fainted aH the 'animal reached," tlie top of tlie mainmast! "The o'aptam" was at his wits' end. Ho feared if lie ,[should send a sailor in pursuit tho monkey, would, drop the babe and escape by leaping ...

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

St. Stknujn's, M^cxaooko.' Services evory Sunday at 11 n.m. and 7.80 p.m.; and first Sunday in tlio month, at 3 p.u), Colo Vale, every Sunday, at 3 p.m. Lower Mitli\p;on|>, second Sunday in. tho month, at 3. Jellort), fourth Sunday iii. tho month, at 3 p.m.

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

St. Simon and St. J ujjh's, Bow.iuri, Divine Sorvico will-bo lipid Qynry Sunday at 7.'lu. .a.m., 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion.—First finndny in tlio month'fit midday scrvico; Heooiul aiid fom th Sundays at tlio early servico; third Sunday at ilio ovuning Borvico. ' , „ Children's Service.—Every Sunday at tlio Parsonage at 11 a,111.; last Sunday of month, in the church at 3.15 p.m. '

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

Primitive Methodist Church. Services to-morrow, January 4 :— Eowral, at 11, Hov. ft.. JqnninfiS ; at 7, Mrs. Davis • Bundnnoon, nt 11, Mr. W. Grico; at 7, Hev. B. Jennings

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

Wesley an Church. Services to-morrow, January 4 Mittagong, at 11, Mr. Morris ; at 7, Mr. Osborno Bowrnl, ut 11 and 7, Bov. C. Olden ICanguloon, at 11, All', llaward; at 7.30, Mr. "Wnlsli .Robertson, at 2,80, Rev. T. It. McMicliaol Bnrrawang, at 11, Ho v. T. It. HoMichsjol : Moss Valo {Oddfellows*. Hall), at 3, Rov. 0. Olden and friends. Bowral, Wednesday, 7tli Jan., at 7.80, Rev. 0. Oldon ICangaloon,. Saturday, Jan. 10, at 8, ltov. C. Oldon Sovoriil snored solos appropriate to the first Sunday . in the now, yoar.will bo sung at tho l^pwral and Moss Valo sorvices.

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CHAPTER XII.—(CONCLUSION.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 January 1885

CHAPTER XII.—(COXCMJSIOX.) <' Ivoit alill wlicro tlio Htvorig is twtroUiod lo tho wonlc, And tlie ntoiH in sweet marriage is blunt with the meek, .Rings this concord harmonious, both tender and strong." —ScuiLLim. For soveral 'weeks after tho death of Fred Mildmay Mrs. Garland, Ethel, and Horace were guests at Mr. Hnymnifs. Then Horace procured an appointment in the department of public instruction in Sandhurst, purchased a pretty littlo eottago with a neat garden attached near Mr. Jiayman's residence, and removed thither with his aunt and cousin. And Horaco settled down to work; for although ho inherited nearly a thousaud pounds'which Fred hud mado on the gold diggings ho preferred somo congenial em ployment to living a life of ease. Horace and his aunt and cousin were always welcome guests at Mr. llnyruan's: and many happy evenings they from time to time spent together. ■ Jack Hayman had manifested a liking for the law, and was • articled to a clever lawyer in Sandhurst...

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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 January 1885

j. (Ollll 3'RIZE STORY.) [ ETHEL GARLAND; Undying Love. ^ i; Y A I) \ (iOLDSB Y. (WllITTKN EXI'IIKHSLY F01I Till! UoWr.AIj l''l!EE PjtKBK.) ClIAl'TKR XI. Fke» .had been dead just:two hours when Ethel awoke. Mrs. Garland and Roso llayman wore sitting in the adjoining room at tho timo, tho former resting in an arm chair with hor handkerchief to hor eyes, for she was weeping bitterly ; Rose standing by hor side talking words of sympathy* Tho door was half open, and when Ethel woko up she heard a low solemn conversation be ing carried on and listened to what was be ing said. It was then she learned that Fred was dead ; and for (lie first timo in her life she sipped of the cup of grief made bitter by the pangs of death ; for the first time in hor life sho realised what it was to part with a relation—a fond friend—aye, oven a lover. Need we follow lip tho evonts of tho days immediatelj' snccoeding Fred's sad and tragical ending? ■ Rather let ua pass over them andweary not tho reader with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 January 1885

Tun quarterly district meeting of tlio ..Ortiugo Lodges in the Clinician district will .bo'held, in Miltugong this (Wednesday) aflernocrti. " Hang out your banners on tho outer wall, tlio cry is still tlipy nnmo." Klin.rr 1 o tlio biw.o tho diamond, shaped shield bearing the inscription W.A.S., for ail through tho hiarketn of the world the horde of sorvilo imitators are still; cssayinij to substitute thoir wrutohe.l concoction's of gin for that, -lelicuto, unadul terated, palnlable cordial kno.vnm Wolfe's Schnapps. Bo mire you obtain Wolfe's Schnapps.—Advt, Holloways Ointment and Pills.—Counsel for the Delicate.—Those to Whom seasons of changeable temperatures arc protracted periods of trial slionlil seek theourlkst opportuuit. of removing all obataeles to Rootl health. tTJiis conlm<* Oiutment persovcringly rubbed on tho skin is the most reliable remedv for overcoming all diseases of the throat and chest. Quinsc.y, relaxed tons ils, iiorothroat, swollen glands, ordinary c...

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SAD DEATH OF AN INFANT NEAR TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 January 1885

SAD DEATH' OF AN INFANT NEAR TUJLUT. On Christmas Day, William Cooper, a bush 'labourer, .living iu,-a wild part of- the Littlo Rivor district, 20 miles from Tunrnt, brought .into town tho remains oj" liis infant daughter "six mouths old,, who died from exposure , and 'starvation in the bush. -■ An, inquest* was held on Boxing Day, when a verdict in' accordance with the cvidenco was roturned, tlio jury adding a rider to tho effect that'the mother had done all she could to preserve tho life of her child. .Cooper was absent at ^Biendabella woolshedat the time; On Wednesday; 17th inst., tho; mother started for the noarest neighbour's place, which was four nnles oll', to get 'a .messenger to go to> -Tumut l'or physic for Clio sick.- child.- She, took with her tho baby (cleccased) aud i Freddy _ a boy six years old, and a dog. i Rain came down and a storm followed,: and iu'a wild mainlainous country tl'io woman lost herself. On Thursday tho mother's milk ■having failed sl'io killed th...

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Musical and Literary Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 7 January 1885

Musical aT:iil Literary We take the filial opportunity of announcing that;, in connection with the BowralLiterary and Debat j ing-Society, a imisieat and 'literary entertainment will be held this (Wednesday) evening in the school oi' arts. The programme, which appears in another column, speaks for itself, and wo say, unhesitatingly, 'that it is tJie host Unit lius beon presented to the ' public, of Jjowral for a long time, past, inasmuch an is is comprised mainly of amateurs who havo not previously appeared before ft JJuwnll audie.ieo. Among the list of performers we notice the name of Mr. 11.1). Pitt, the premier reoiter of. the colony, who will give four recitations during . the evenitvj. This is Mr. l'itt's iirst appearance in iiowral, and as he is quite a host in himsell no one who can possibly attend should miss the opportunity of doing so. The charges for admission are 2s. and Is,

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