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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
; Autiole m. on. The Teaching of Morality ib un avoidably liel(l.'o,ver till next issuo. Sub advertisement in. another oolum'n in reference to sports and,pigeon matches at Sutton Iforest next Saturday. A. gold watch, value JE50, is advortised as being one of-the prizes. Paiimament of Victoria.—Tho- third session of the twelfth parliament of Victoria was oponed- on Tuesday after a long recess by hiB Excellency the Acting-Governor Sir William,Stawell, in parson, with the usual ceremonies. Amongst other measures promised in the opening speech are—a bill to endorse the resolutions adopted by the Au&tralian Conven-. ; tion on federation.; a bill for tho .restriction and re gulation of the liquor trftllio and the reduction of tho number of public-houses; a bill to amend the. law relating to banking institutions, which recent expe rience had shown to, bo required; a number of other 'measures.of minor importance.. : Os almost, everything created by naturo or manufac ed by tho skill ...
WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
WJSSLEYAIT 1UND OF' JIOPIO AT' MlTi^GONG. A-vtjsr fi.lupso of several yoavs tho temperance oanso is reviving amongst the Wesloyans in Mittagong. On Thursday- ovening, 5th, instant, there. was;- n large gathering,in,the Woslcyan Church, anda. vqry plca sant time, was spont while listening, to-.addresses, songs, and reoitations. The meeting.. was openod by. devotional oxersiscs, after whioh. tho. llov. C. Olden spoko on.tho subjeot.of temperance and gave several reasons why all should bo total abstainers. If tlioro. was one.roason, ho said, why, am an should sign tho pletlgo, there were ton, thpusand why a woman,should; He also gave a few, reasons.why a band of hope should bo started amongst thom tlioro, and ho-hoped that tlioy had not mot together only for pleasure, but ho wanted some real good to bo cfifcotcii. Mr. Oldon hoped-that boforo . long ovory Ohristian-would bo a total abstainer. JIi. F. llawavd, then sang ".Whispering Homo," followed by a reoitation from Miss 13. M. Door e...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. LIST No. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List No. 12. Tub following lotters (published iu Gazette No. 228 of May 10) lmvo been lofcuniocl from the country, and are now lying i\t tho Gonoral Post-oiBco, Sydney. Parlies ap plying for such letters aro requested to givo tho correct nurabor of tlio lotter with tho date and number of tho list in which tlioy may havo observed their names, also where the letters aro expected from, as such rofor-. once will materially facilitate dolivery:— Letters from pianos beyond the colony, ?,!) Gordon D. Campbell, Moss Valo 'i5 Hcgarty Kale, Mittagong 22 Kennedy John, Mittagong 18 lorn San;, Picton 132 Mitcholl II. \V. C., Mittagong 00 Solomon A., Mittagong 2 Wuh Shing, Moss Yale (2) Country Tetters. 5 Abrahams John, Marulan G Abrahams Mark, Marulan 3,2 Altkcn JoIiu. Mosb Vale. 40 Allan R. H. Mosp Yalo 04 Allen Miss ll.clioceft,' Piotoi\ 1-11 Armfiold B., Mittagong 1'2 Bailoy Henry, Bowral 14 Bailey II. O. Moss Valo 140 Baxter jft's.', Mass Valo 202 Bettcryo Sir., Berriina (...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
B0W1UL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE., The committee met in tlio school of arts on Monday evening.last. Present—MesarH..J. G-. Morris (in the chair), J. Losoby, W;. H. Ceorgo, A.. P.Duprez, H. if. 0:Ioy,.and W. J. Osborne, (secretary). The minutes of the last meeting, held Gth. May, having been road and confirmed, the following-car-, respondonce was read by the socretary . Prom general post-office, stating that it was. not, considered advisable to, irpprovq the foot-path in, fj;on.t of the Bowral post-office, as the new promises would be occupied in a few weeks.. From public works department, a.waiting a report from, the commissioner for railways as to the preseut state of the Bowral railway-station and gooda-shed'.. From public works department, promising that attention should bo given to a letter requesting-that the gates at tliq Bowral crossings may receive rcqui/K ito attention. From general post-office, Btating that it had been decided to purchase a piece of land in Bowral for a post and...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
AUSTRALIAN' ELEVEN FIXTURES;, The following, are tho, fixtures, for matches to be played by the Australian. Eleven in England Junp 10—At Oambrigo, against the University. June 19—At Manoliostor, against North of England Juno 23—At Olifton, against Gloucestershire, jjune. 20—At the Oval, against Gentlemen of England Juno 30—At Sheffield, against Players of England' July 2—At Birmingham, against Midland Counties July. 7—At Liverpool, agninst Liverpool Distriot July. 10—At Manchester,against England^ July 14:—At Lceisitor, against Leicestershire. July. 17—At iHidrlersfield, against Yorkshire July 21—A t Lord's against England July 24—At Brighton, against Sussex July 28—At Shei'liol.l, rg.iinst Yorkshire. July 31—At the Ovnl, against Players of England' August 4—At Canterbury, against Kent August 7—At Hastings, against Hastings Distriot August 11 —At the Oval. ft;ainst England August If—AtC!ieltenha n, against Gloucestershire August 21—At Nottingham, against Notts August 2")—At Cambridg...
BERELMA DISTRICT CLUB CUP. SECOND TIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
BKRl'.IilA. DISTRICT CLUB QUI'.. SECOND.TIKS.. Lord Lyon.bent. La Bollo II Country Liiss ran. a by&lt;}; Gipsy boat Tribute OLUbtvco.licat Sardonyx, ERIDGE PARK;ST. IjEGKF,... ; . . siiisaj'hes,. Guess licat Loohinya? War Cry beat Lame Chiolscn, Howe's J iill boftjb Wild Wavo. Wili o! the* Wisp boat Stolla-. 3UTTON; rOllEST'STAKESs. rillBl' TIHS. Spider ben t Garnet Garibaldi bent Lady, KENT BREWERY PLATE). . .-FIRST TIES. Fleelwingber.t. Barron,. * ' Tathra beat Jacko , BERRUIA. DISTRICT-CLUB; CUPi. THIRD'* TIES.. ' Lord Lyon beat Country Lass-. Crabtree.beat Gipsy. . ERIDGE PARK- BT. LEGER,. SECOND. TIES.. ' Guess beat War Cry / . " Kowe,s Hill beat Will oVtho'Wisp., ■ SUTTON FOREST STAKES.. DECIDING C00116E., v W: Piggott's Spider boat T. Crahamls Garibaldi, ondiwon.. KENT BREWERY,- STAKES.. DECIDING OOUKSE. H. 0; Holcolmbe's Tathra beat •* H. C. Forest's Fleetwing, and won. BERRIMA DISTRICT CLUB CUP., DEIDIXQ COURSE. H. E. Cox's Crabtree withdrew, and, . H. E., Lord's Lo...
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMSi, A Brussols man claims to have invented a perpetual clock. It has now been running for a year. The question, of tree-planting and the pre servation of forests is exciting much atten tion in Canada. It is estimated that during the present century 30,000,000 of oivilised men have perished in war. Deaths from hydrophobia have been re cently of frequent occurrence in England, scarcely a week elapsed without at least one case reported. The fastest train in the world, ip. the "Flying Dutchman," which runs without stoping from London to Bristol, a distance of 118J miles, in just two. hours:—a rate of 59£ miles an hour. At a catechetical examination in Scotland a little girl was asked: " Why did the Is raelites-make a golden calf ? " She answer ed, " Because they liad'na as muclcle silver a£. would mak a. coo." On one of thp.little leaded panes of glass in an English ball-room, window is written with a diamond, these lines : " Man can no more tell woman by.hcr tears Tha...
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY.. "Monday. June 9. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucctt and; a jury o£ four., HANBAHAN v. COMElt.: Mr. Pilcher, instructed by Messrs. Goodfellow and Gale, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Rogers and Mr. Heydon, instructed by Messrs. Slattery and Hoy tlon, for the defendant. In this action plaintiff, a Iiotelkcoper, residing at Mosh Vulo, claimed damages from the defendant, a resident of llowral, for slander ami assault, under the following circumatancos On tlio 19th Novombor last ho wan riding on tho road botweon Moss Vulo and llowral, in company with Mr. Graham, the manager of tho Commercial Unnk at Moss Vale, whon tho defendant, who was driving ft sulky in the direction of Bowral overtook them. Ho was very oxcilod nt tho timo, and apparently ac cording to pl.iintifC's voraion of tlu affair, under tho influence of drink, llo drovo hia vchiclo cIoho along side of plaintiff mid Mr. Graham, and thon Haid to plaintiff, " Yoit arc ail infernal scoundrel find nti...
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
\PT AND. HUMOUR., Rousseau was one day showing hie," Ode, to .Posterity," to Voltaire. ".Do you,know,"* said the sago, ".I am. afraid your. 'Ode1' will never bo'forwarded, to,its address." Young. Dashw.ood is being advised; by a, matchmaking, lfiily- friend; of his, > " You: :ought to get married, Mr. Bfish.wood. You, ;know you.must marry some time. '.'.Aw l; yes," says Daslnvood, doubtfully. '.' But beeauso I am bound to die. some! time, that is no reason why I should;, commit', suicide this morning, don't you know,." ".Yes/'sho said, 'f Mary came near being, an old maid. You see, hpr- father, was a' governor, her brother a colonel, and: her. brothpr-in-law a scientist, of npte. Bpiiig of; such,a distinguished,familyslip had to. be, :;very particultviv who. she married, and she. came biling near not getting auybody,. By rubbing a oat's,baok. in. the. dark, yout can. 8'e'o the elpqtricity;. fly, and. when, the, cat claws your hand you oan, feel the shock. '.'■Xou. needn't be so c...
MRS. HARVEY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
MRS, IIAIIYEX'S. CONCERT;, >0>»' '^cdnosday-evening, -Hli instant, a concert was fgiveiiiii^thg school of arts, Bp.wral, by Mrn.,L. Hntv I vey,assisted by hor daughters, pupils, anil several. • friends,fr,op,Sydney.. Tho. building, wusabout two? ;thirds.filled by ap appreoitttivo audionee who, were; jnot in^he slighest degree disappointed at the bill ol -.fare which the organiser of the copcort had.gone to - suchgreiifc pains.in.providing for them. It must have ; been rather disappointing^ to.thpBB con corned not to.. ; see a larger house ; hut this is accountable for, por ;haps, on.account of. the cold ovenmg.and bo.short a time have elapsed since- the- previous concert took place i;i BowraJ.. The. progrgmmp oponcd with a ;pianoforto overture, ''Norma,"-by Mrs. L.Harvey,, ' which was played with .artistic .manipulation. Miss \ Alice Harrison sang " Dresden China " very accept ably and was heartily, applauded;. Grand Scena, "Una"Vocefrijm.tlio-Bajbor,o£• Sqvjlje,!? 'by Miss.M....
SUTTON FOREST STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
BUTTON FOREST STATCR. For 8 clogs all ftgost at 80s. each (limited to resident members of the B. D. G. 0.): Winner, £G ; i'i\nuQi-i,ij), £i ; two &lt;\ogs, .CI each. H. Pnrsohonso's, b w d Garnot—Melbourne—Opholin beat' 1). Thoyn'B ns blk w d Archio—Dftmasous—liougo-ot Noir, W. Piggott's i\b blk w b Spider—'JJambour Major— Taxation, beat IV Ferguson's b w b Water Lilly—Birkdale—Run ning Stream. D. Thorn's blk b My Lady—Lanorcost—Jossaraino, beat J. Spwcll'a blk w d p. Starlight—Tolemaohus—Coun tess, Graham's r w d p Qaribaldi—Tolemaohua—Coun tess, beat J.. T. Biekley's blk w b Vonus—Registrar General—. Oobra-di-Capellp.
ERIDGE PARK ST. LEGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
KAIDCE PARK ST. LEO Ell. For 16 puppies (whelped after 80th Juno, 1882) at £3 3s. each : Winner, £'25; : runnor-up', £12; two dogs, £6 10s each. W. II. it r. A. Lamb's b \«d Lochinvar—Lelux— Lollypop, beat E. Carter's bile w b My Droam—Yonna Mel bourne—Liuly Cheater. L- Gonnly's b w b Guess—Depeiul-on-ma—Lalago beat D. Morrice's blk w d, Mormon—Bluie—Lassie, D. Thorn's \v blk d Lamo Chicken—Major General Graco Darling, boat W. Morrico'a blk w b MinniQ-r-Tclemnchus—Mag. I). Thorn's f b Wild Wave—Homsey—Nmllo, beat H. C. Untoinan's \v b d Balinnin—Sportsman—Spot .T. Wade's lis blls \v d "War pry—Satan—Zingura beat T. Graham's w b d Gcin—Lanoreost—Dart. H. 13, Lord's f b Lapis Lazuli—Dcpond-on-mc— LotUc, boat l1. Graham's ns blk -w d Rowa's Hill—Beechwortli— Gipsy. J. Smith's,blk w b Stella—Depontl-on-mc—^olabcat YvT. II. A*' P. A. Lamb's lid \v b Lullaby—Lolex— Lollypop. Wado and Wiles' f b d Will o' tlio Wisp—Leles— Cleopatra rnn n, hye.
SECOND DAY—FRIDAY. KENT BREWERY PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
SECOND DAY—EBIDAY;. KENT• BREWERY PLATE. For 8,. all. ages, of. 80s, oncli (limited; to members of tlio Kent Brewery Amateur OoursingClub),Winner, ;£0,; ru.uuei; upj £4; two clogs, £1 eiioh.. • . H. 0. Forest's r tl Flcctwing, boat. It. lfl. Fowlor's r b JcHBsicn.. Q. J. Boynton's blk \v dBavron, boat, John ComwelTa.fv/. d Dash. W. T: Jncomb's.blk w, d Juoko, boat, J. P.. K.n(,'g's w. btl d Hcdwing. H.. 0. Holcombc's r w b.Tathra, bent. L. Thompson's.blk w. dXnralgu,,
Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Harold Netlierly; OK, THE GAME OF LIFE.. CHAPTER IV. At abont the same that yioiefc Tremaine was struggling through the snow-drifts, iu Lea: Wood, and, finally, sinking helpless therein, Harold Netherly and Sidney Pol warth, alias Earnest Brydone, were, reclin ing on luxurious, couches and smoking aromatic cigars on each side of a blazing fire, in a splendidly-furnished apartment of the Morley Hotel., There was amber and ruby-coloured wine, in richly-cut decanters, upon the table near them. The. wax lights of two brilliant chandeliers, multiplied in costly mii;i;ors, created a softly-lustrous atmosphere above and around them.; and the rich damask window-curtains falling in heavy folds, amidst which the. reflection, of the fire flames leapt and played, so comple tely shut out th? dark, stormy night, that the hovyl.ing March wind; sounded, when listened for, scarcely louder than the sigh ing of a summer breeze. They were talking, too—Harold Netherly jpucli the most floridly—of the. yo...
Select Poetry. ON MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Stlcct |§0CtV]T, OU. MUSIC. ' I love to trace where music dwells^ In village chimes, in evening bells, In gentle words, in kindly wiles, In loving hearts and tender smiles; In graceful forms, in gentle eyes Where lpve is warm and never dies; In forest, wild, in silent glen, Far from the haunts of busy men; In shady grove, by lake and wood, "VYheye heartless forms have never stop#,. Theresa, mi\sic in the gentle breeze That fans the lofty cedar, trees. There's music in the rocky hall. There's music in the waterfall. There's, music on. a summer's day, When all around is, bright and gay. There's music iu a. winding stream. There's music, in a. happy dream. There's music wafted to the. shore, On summer eve from boatsman's. oaar. There's music in the Sabbath bell, That sounds from distant woodland dell;. There's, music, on the voice of those Who some kind tele of love discloso, Who bid our cares and sorrow cease', And gently murmur words of peace.
Original Poetry. ON THE DEATH OF MR. H. K. TATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
(©nqimii ftoctvn. ON THE DEATH OF MR. II. K, TATE. No word m oiir languago such sorrow can bring— No event in our liyes moro distress— Than the dolorous, dismal visitant L)eath, Whoso attack we all fain would repress. Behold hitn—grim, ghastly, throughout the wide world, Young mid old, rich and poor are his prey; Ah ! how true is his aim; and the arrow when hurled. Strikes down young ones as well as the grey. In our midst, Death, cruel Doath, thou hast fired thy dart. And a friend has been hurried away—: A friend we all loved, Ah, too fond yet to part, ' Has been called to return to the clay, His blaud smilo we all miss ; and the voice we all loy'd, On this earth wq shall ne'er hear again ; His heart here among us no longe? shall thrill In our joys, or shed grief o.'er our pain. One. seat is forsaken—the form we remem ber— And pur cup. with keen soitoay o'erflows; Those spirits so buoyant—possessed, witli ' the ember Of mirth which in youth wildly glo.ws— Now are restless—no more t'...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
' TFosliti/tin Church. Sorvicos to-inovvow, Juno 15 :— , j Mittngong, (it 11, Sir. Gregory; ftt 7, Mr. Rawaul Bowrnl, at 31, Mr. llaward; at 7, Bi;v. C. Oldoa Knnga'oon, at 11, llev. C. Oltlpn Robertson, at 11, Mr. Osbovno Wild'u Meadow, at 7, Mi\ Osborne.