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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
-VXrANTED immediately, a smart intelligent VV LAD us! apprentice to the Printing business. Apply olllco of thin paper. rANTED, ft Respoctablo Young Woman as houso and parlour maid;. .-Apply to Mm. II. E. Jones, Annerley; Bowral. 180 )U. nO/iIRR, r.H.O.f?., is nciw Hf ayirig'at tho Royal Hotel, Mutton. Forest, and may bo con sisted daily tor tho ensuing wcclc. . ■ • ICO W ASTK PAPER, Gibs, for ls.,oflicc o£ this paper. fT^ENDERS (by lottor only) aro invited for the JL Purchaso ot a most Comfortable HOME in Berrinm, owned and ocoupiod by the undersigned. Terras—Cash,'or by caBy instalments. J. JACOBIE, Tailor, 156 Bowral. REWARD.—The abovo reward will bo iCjKJ given on'conviction of tho party or parties who laid a piece of bread and butter with poison on it. on JU'orrigaug-road, near Shepherd's Creole,' on Wednesday morning last, 4th instant. JOSEPH RILEY. Bowral, Juno C. 156 npo LET, a COTTAGE near Bowral, with wide X hall, eight rooms, pantry, kitchen, laundry, and bath-room. Two-st...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
COMMERCIAL. South Coast and Wkst Camurn Co-opjjiutive Company. Ijimitkij. Butter, 1st, per ])>., J.8tl to 21d ? ,, , 2nd, uo demand Bacon, best Mcrimbuta htuid curod, Od to lid „ IjuhI, niaelimo curod, 7d to !W : linavymid rough, Od to Gd ; irnina, l)««t Meiimbiila, Imml cured, Is to 1h Id „ mncli/nu cured, 8cI to 'Jill LtU'd, 7d to Od Clicoso lat, per lb., Od to 8J „ Slid nnd interior, 4&lt;1 to Sd Pigs, nlive, per II), -id to 4.}d ; CiilvcB, ouoli, 7s Od to 208 Oil Hidfis; per lb, ,'fd Cult akiiiH, ouch, Is to In Od .'.Fallow,' per ton, JC20 Oa to J231 Ofl ' Maize, par bushel, 4s JJd to Jh Od. Hay, or ten, por ton, £0 On to :C0 0a „ Juccrno, do., £3 to £5 10a Od Potatoes, do., £S 5s to £4 us 0J Kowls, per pair, 2s yd to 8b 3d Ducks, do, •!« G'l to Ga Od Goose, do, 7m (hI to 8s Od TurlcoyH, do, 0s Gd to lfls Od Eg^s, pur do*/.., 2a :id Jtiuo 12, Jflfli.
TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE BOWRAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE BOWBAL CCiUB. Gentlemen,—I \yould rcspoctfully call your attention to what will be—if it is not al ready—1\ source of very great annoyauoe to tlio senior or adult members of the. club,, jjftmoly,. the noise aaoasionod by tho boy.s who linv'o been admitted as nionibors. I have board of at least one mombor who was forced to leave the room because of tho noise. I woulcl suggest that a rule be made that .no person bo admitted as a member under the ago of fifteen years,, aud that no tices bo postod up in tho room, stating that all unnecessary noiisc—-such as whistling, loud-talking, and boisterous ' laughing—bo strictly prohibited. Aud, further, I wouid suggest that'tho gamo of skittles be hanish od from, tho club, as boiug altogether too I am, &c., W. J. OSBORNE. Bovrnil, June 9, 188'!..
CORRESPONDENCE. THE RAILWAY TO ROBERTSON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
CORRESPONDENCE. THE RAILWAY TO ROBERTSON; a'O THE EDITOR. OF TIIE IfUEE PUEBSJ. Sipv—I have noticed from a paragraph in your last issue that the route of the pro posed railway line to Robertson lias been surveyed from Moss Yale and is. stated to be thirty chains shorter than that surveyed some time ago from Bowral to Robertson. But what about the extra six miles of lino • that will for ever have to bo travelled over between Moss Vale and Boxvral, should the railway be constructed from the former town? Surely this is a matter that should receive tho deepest and fullest consideration. If a mistake is mado in building tho line it will be unalterable, and its disadvantages will be felt more, and moro every year as tho Bnrrawang and Robertson districts expand: and their expansion is as sure as anything, can. possibly be. Apologising for this,in tension. oa your spaco, and with no desiro to re-establish'a ferment on this question^ 4' am, &c., : OARrE DIEM.
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
GARDENERS' CALENDAR li'OR JUNE. Hitches G-akden..—Transplant as in last .month, ■with strawberries, artichokes, onions,, eta. , Sow; peas, broad beans, salad, cabbage, broeeoli, ifco. Earth up peas and beans, if forward. Trench the manure.- : Orchard.—Transplant all kinds of evergreen- and deciduous fruit trees. This is tho : best month for 1 priming all deciduous trees ; deep digging, trenching and manuring should also bo completed this month. Flower Garden.—Tie up and stake chrysanthe mums. Boot prune geraniums. . Bo-pol and start fuohsias. Plant hyacinths as in April and May. Field.—Sow barley, wheat, oats, beans, poas, lucor eno, > clover, &o., &o.—this often proves tho best month for sowing, thoso crops as the autumn is some times dry. . . .
Moss Vale Amateur Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
Moss Yale Amateur Dramatic; Club. Wis understand that Mr. J. V. Hanrahan. has re-, signed his.oflico of'manager of tliQ abovo club on ao-. count o£ privato. matttora provenfcinghim. £rom, do*, voting; sufficient time to.do-the duties, in connectioa therewith. It is.proliablo the elcolion, of a manager, in Mr. Hanrahan's stead' will bo. deforced' till tlio. half-yearly meeting-ot the club, which takes plaoa. fioino time during. July. '
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
QUR SYDNEY LETTER. Tire town hall presented an appearance o£ unusual brilliancy-on Monday night, the occasion, being a banquet given by his Worship tho Mayor, Mr. John Hardio, in commemoration of the opening of a new municipal chamber. Such occasions as the mayoral Ijanquot aro invariably attended by much pomp and splendour, but that of Monday night may bo fairly said to. have, eclipsed all previous gatherings by the mognilicence ol its surroundings. As a matter of coureo all tho elite of Sydney including the ministry aijd representatives of both houses of parliament Vf'ei'o present, and the attractivoncss of'the scene was 6till further enhanced by the presence of a large nunibqr of ladies arrayed in rich and fashionable coatuoies such, as female instinct only could devise. Tho walla of the vestibule were decorated with ban ners ajidcvorgrcens which in'tho brightly-illuminated chamber presented a very pleasing aspect, whilst sweet music was discoursed by tho Young Australian Band, s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
& 11 S # H I B L1 . B SIP111, JOHN G. MO RE IS HAS, tho pleasure to ANNOUNCE tho ARRIVAL of his second LARGE consignment of Winter Goods. A.ciplondid assortment of DRESS STUFF >n ('10 newest fabrica and most fashionable'colorings, with Velvetu, Yolvotecna, and IkochoH to match, 1 . A elioieo lot' of RIBBONS in Tlnsh, Ottotnnn, Velvet, Faille and Satin,;Plain', Fancy, anil Tartan. Somo really ben^tifur things in WINTER HATS> l'10 favorilo shapes, in Plush, Satin, and Far, Velvet aid Foatbov, Straw, &c, ' Ladies' Ulsters, Fuw-in-hcLiids, Dolmans, $x.; now textures and modem shapes. In Men's and Boys7 Clothing Tho Stock in ,,muofy; largor, and.thQ value bolter, than, anything hithorto oflored, suits overcoats CAJWIOAN JACKETS '&lt; JKI1SEYS ■ " - . ' ' C.HIMI3AN shirts under-SHIRTS DRAW1CI1S . , . . wool COMFORTERS !( &lt; ties, scarfs 33RACES, BELTS gloves A very largo and varied Btock to Holcofc fvouu Fmsr-owsH Yam;h i,v ^lanuxlfj, guilts, ^|Mur....
HARES IN THE FRUIT-GROWING DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
IIA11ES, Ltf TUB PIftUIT-CrllOWIATft DISTRICTS. A deputation of fruit-growers, representing Parramatta, Seven I-Iills, "Windsor, and the surrounding- districts was introduced to the minister for mineayesfcorday week byMessrs. A. H. M'Onllooh and Abigail, Ms.L.A.* the objeot being to call attention to the depreda tions inflicted 011 the ftuit-treos in those districts by the haves which-havo boon allowed to esoape from the Eooty Hill and other estates. . After a few introductory remarks from Mr. M'Oulloch, Mr. Robert Power said that poople generally were unaware of the mischief the hareB were capable of producing among the fruit-trees. It was most disoouraging to endeavour to carry on the fruit-producing industry under such oircumstances, A bill had been passed for the rabbit nuisance, but as far as they (the speakers) were conceren ed the rabbits were no harm at all. If 110 remedy was divised the matter would be a very bad job for the district, as in tiijie things would get so bad th...
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 14 June 1884
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. The Great Southern Shale and Coal Company, capital £250,000, has been formed at Braidwood. Tmkiiis aio 7'UY.l moinbors ot the Viotorian Amalgamated Minora* Association. Tlio funds in liaml amount to X85J0. Tub drivers and dromon on tlio railway at Goul burn hold tlicir annual dinnor at1 Mnndolson's Hotel (in Saturday night. A largo numbor sat down Vo.din , jjor and the evening passed off plcsantly. . Mn. J, Wiuhn'e, who at ouo time roprosontod 0110 qf tlio metropolitan constituencies in U10 Aaaombly, (lied nt hia' reaidqneo, Campbelltown, on Monday. Tlio causo or death is slated to bo Bright's dinoase. A liUTonrcn named William Barratt was chargcd nt llcdfonvon Monday with attempting to murder liin infant Hon, oight months old. Tlio child wan in a shocking stato from brutal uango, Thu caso wan yquiandpd, TliiA oornmittoo of tho Nowcaatlo Soliool of AvtH lmv&lt;? ovderotl ontiroly now plana tq bo proparod for (iddilionn to. tho present buildi...
EXECUTION OF CORDINI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
EXECUTION OF (JORDINL The Frenchman C'ordiui, who was. some, ti.mo ago convicted of murder atDeniliquin,. and sentenced to death, by Judgo Win-, deyer, and wliosc caao has recently causocfc muck discussion in. this. and. tUe sister col-. ony of Victoria, was, executed with tlio usual forms at Deniliquin at 8 o'elock on Friday morning, 13th. instant. When questioned to his. guilt, he strongly protested that ha was innocent of the crime with which he was chargod. Every possible inquiry seema to have been made by the authorities before allowing tlio law to take its course,, but th& prisoner's guilt appeared too clear to, leave tlio shadow of a doubt on the minds of , those charged with tho administration of the law, and tho last dread penalty was thereforo inflicted upon him as stated above., ■
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
VI.I SC E LLANEOUS. In some of tho American States fclio liquor liconeo is .£200 por annum-. . Tlio Egypfcain war has cost England. so. far, ;C100,000 per man, killed. Last year there wore 15G0. murders iiii Amorica,. but only 08. executions. ; Society is every queor. Tlio pooplo most, sought, after-are thoso who do not pay tlioir-1 debts. The Popo holds a consistory about tho oiul of Juno., Ejoven cardinals' hats await,\ disposition. Ore lias. to. bo- convoyed 200 miles, fronis Silvorton to reach the nearest railway sta-. tion, Tarowio,. in South Australia., ' Froud.e, tho historian,, is on. his voyago to Australia, via tho Unitod Statos. Hqi will lecture in all tbo principal cities.. Tho total agricultural exports.of the Uni-. ted Statos liavo ' risen 1'roni' less than-, ■£*0,000,000 in 185.0, to. ^UO.QOO.OOO- iu. 1883.. :;■■■■:, : Mr. Edwaj-'d. Gostloy, of New, Zealand;, rocontly dooeasod,, left to, various oharitiesi £84,000.. Each charity rooeiyes, about, J31200;, In. Greece, t...
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. Two. mon, uiunod Jones and Stavous, were drowned in George's Iliver last Satur day ovouing. Mr. T. H. Ilollyor has resignod bis soat in tlio Legislative Assembly as mombor for West Macquarrio. Farm land sold a fow years ago on tlio Hunter for US to .CO an aero brought up to £■12 per acre latoly. Mr. Jas. B. Fairfax has boon oloctod a director of tho Australian Mutual Providout Socioty, in lieu of Mr. Ives, rosiguodt On Docembor 81,1888,. thero wore 2403 in sane persons in New South Wales, being 9G moor than these woro, on P.ecembor 81st 1882. ; . In tho proposed, now ' land policy of Queonslaud grazing farms of from 5000 to 20,000 acres and to bo Ioasod lor a torm of 80 years. Out of ninty-fivo applications for ronowals of publicans' liconses at Nowcostl.o last weok,. not a. singlo objection was raisad by: tho polioe.. Tho colonial secretary states that the Civil Service Bill is quito ready.* to bo pro-.: coedod with immediately after tho Land Bill;...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
MITTAGONG. On Friday last, 13ih instant, a pic-nic was given to. tho children attending the Mittagong Protestant School, on the eve of its breaking up. The weather although rather windy, yet in Mr. Edwards' paddock (tbo- place were the pic-nic was hold) was shaded from the westerly winds by the hills that surrounded it—and consequently it was hardly felt.. There were about sixty children sat down to dinner, which was was provided by Mr. Alexander.. After dinner the usual games, were indulged in, and the] children all seemed to-enjoy themselves till about five o'clock when wearied of play, they retraced their steps to tlicir respective homes after giving three, cheers for the Queen. About eight o'clock on the evening of tho same day, a dinner was given at llilder's Hotel, to W. D. lleid, Esq., school-master of the above school on tho eve of his departure from Mittagong. About thirty I persons sat down to dinner which wns provided by the proprietor, Mr, J. HiUler, in llrst-elaHfl styl...
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
BUND A NOON,. SnocKiNa ■ Fatality.—On Sundny- morning' last a fcttlcr named Johnston found tho mangled remains: of a mftn, dairjpd Daniel Cameron lying alongside the . rails about 300 yards from the Bundanoon railway station. Jfi tho inquost held on Monday a-verdict. oV-accidental death." was retiirnod, no.blaino being afctaohed to, the railway, officials. Ey the evidoneo i t appears.tohavo boon, a. ropottibn. of the- old; story— seoing friends off; and gotting tbe worso for liquor. The,last.time.the poor fellow was seen be was: going in the dixeotion of boms, but,-bow ho came back and got in front of tho train is not known. Sad to relate, the deceased, who was only-20, years of ago, ; has loft a widow and three, young ohildron, the : youngest being a. child in arms.. The sad affair has cast quite a gloom, over the place,, poor Dan boing well liked by thoso who now him, as ho was. a very inoffensive man. The awful death bo suffered, and the sight of tho weeping widow and relations r...