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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. ITEMS;, It 1b said'that ft- bar of iron, worth £1, if; worked into horseshoes is worth £2 ; if into, needles,,£70 ; if into penknive blades,, £G50i if into,balance springs for watches,,£50,000.. Sunday-School- Teacher—'- Who, made, the world(No answer). S., S. T:—"Tut tut 1; None of you know that., I say,, who, made the world ?" SmpllBpy—Please,, sir,f it wusn't mo.,"' Two London boys who. wore " mates "in, marbles, lost in a game .with tw,o. others, whereupon one.turned' upon, the, other for bringing-him " bad luck" audi kicking, him, in. the side, killed, hip?, on. the spot.. A baoholor, upon, reading thfit " two, lovers, will'sit up all night, with, one. chair, in- the room," said it could not be done, unless, one of them- sat on the floor.. Such, ignorance is painful, Y'east was invented in the year, leven gambling in the year wonpianos in the. year forte; »stlieticism: tn the year " too the German negative in, the year " nein and freo luncheons iu; the year " ate...
Complimentary Dinner to Mr. W. E. Lovegrove. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
ComplimentaryDinner io Mr. W. E, Lovesrrove. AVk learn from tlio Burrawanu Haralil that a com plimentary valedictory dinner in to lie given next Saturday evening 38th instant to Mr. Love^'iovo, manager of the E„ S., nnil A. 0. liunk lit limrawung who has boon appointed manager of the Munilan branch of the samo bank to which placo lie will bo removed on the 1st, .Tilly, jm iutluontal eominittco hae beon appointed to bring tho affair to a successful isauo, ■■ ■
DEPARTMENT OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
DEPARTMENT OP MINES, TOe have-, to acknowledge- tho receipt of ■ the nnnual report of the Department of Mines, New South Wales for the year 18S3, from which we take the following extracts:— Mineral Pbodtjots. la Greville's Year Book for 1884 tho value of min eral products of the Australian colonies to the end of 1882 is set down at three hundred and four and a half millions sterling.. In view of the fact that suoh an enormous sum has been won from our Australian inincB in little more than thirty 'years, one cannot fail to recognise the vast mineral resources of these colonies, or the influence which the mining industry must have exercised in bringing population to the shores, and in expediting and facilitating-the settle meat of the interior. The further fact that New South Wales occupies the first place amongst those colonies in the production of the most useful mine rals niaj! be accepted as. evidence of the influence which the mining industry is destined to exorcise upon the futu...
School Treat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
School' Treat. Yesterday the children attending the Bowral publio school had a picnic in the- school ground, tho. first that has been held in connection, with the school, for a number of years. The day was cool and tho ground very damp, but no rain fell. Over two hundred youngsters put in an, appearance, and in the after noon a good number of adults visited the ground. The expenses were dofrayed by publio subscrip tion. Everything passed.otl most delightfully ; and the interesting occasion will no doubt be long rem ambered by those who participated in the fun the event gave birth, to.
THE SENTENCE OF PONTIUS PILATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
THE; SENTENCE, OF PONTIUS, PILA.TE., Tde;following correofc, "transoripfc of'tho most memorable judicial, sentonce which,Las been oyoi; uttered by judicial lips, in tho an . nals of; tho world" appeared in. the ICnlniscnc Zettwig :■—This curious document, i.t is.said,, was discovered in a. d. 1280, in, the. city- of Aquill, in the kingdom of Naples,, in the coiu'so. of; search, luado for. tho discovery, of Roman antiquities, and, ijfc,. remained there until, it was found by the Commissaries of Art in tb.e French, Army of, Italy., Up, to tho. tiiaqof the campaign in Southorn- Italy it was preserved in the sacristy of tho Carth usians,, near Naples,, where it was kept in tlie.qhapol of Caserta. The Carthusians obtained,, by petition,.leave that the plato might.be kept by them, as an acknowledg ment of, tho sacrifices which they made for the 2?r,ench-Army. The French translation was. made- literally by members, of the Commission of Arts. Denon had a fac-similo of tho plate engraved, wh...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. EAST No. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
UNCLAIMED LETTERS.. List No. 15.. The, following, letters (published in Gazette No, 271 of J,une 10), haye been returned from, the country,, and are; now lying at the General Post-office,. Sydney., Parties ap plying for such letters are requested to giye fchje Qorrect number of the letter with the date and number of the list in which they may have observed their names,, also, whe^e the letters are expected from, as such refer ence will materially facilitate delivery fetters from, places beyond] the colony 53 Blyth John, Moss Valo (2) 113 Burgess H., Sutton Forest, 38 Charlton Jas., Bunilanoon 89 Corhett Mrs. M., Bowral 14 DenniB H. G., Moss Vale (2); 17 Harris Danl., Moss Valo 89 Matthews John, Moss Vale 6 Netlieroy James, Moss Valo. 10 Newlan Edward, Picton. 42 Pratt A., Berrima Si Sorenson N. P., Bowral: 22 Wasaell H., Bowral 7,7. Williams Martin, Picton, Country; Letters*, 48 Allan E. H., Moss Vale. 133 Bawden J., Moss Valo 136 Baxter J., Moss Valo 155 Beattio J., Bowral 229 Bhei...
BREVITY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
BREVITY OP LIFE, Behold, How short a span Was long enough of old To measure out tho life of man J In those wild tempered days his time was then Surveyed, cast up, and found but three score years and ten* Alas! And what is that ? They come, aud slide, and pass,. Before my pen can tell thee what. The posts of time axe swift, which, having run Their seven short stages o'er, their sliort liv'd task is done.. Our days. Begun, we lend To sloop, to antic plays And toys until the first stage end:: Twelve waning moons, twice five timos told, we give To unrecovered loss—we rather breathe than live,. Wo spend A ten years' breath 1 Before we apprehend What 'tis to live, or fear a death: Our childish dreams are filled with painted joys, Which please our sense awhile, and,, waking, prove but toys.. How vain, How wretched is Poor man that doth remain A slave to such a state as. this ! His days are short, at longest;- few, at most; They are but bad, at best; yet lavished; out or lost.. How soon Our...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
Wesley an Church. Services to-morrow, Juno 22 Miltagong, at 11, Mr. While ; at 7, Rev. 0. Olden Bowral, at 11, Bov. 0. Olden; at 7, Mr. White Kangaloan, at 11, Mr. Gregory at 7, Mr. Walsh : Robertson, at 2.30, Mr. Gregory. Moss,Yale at 8, open-air service; should tUe weather bo unfavorable, an ovangeliBtio.service will bo hold in tho Oddfellows' Hall. Short earnest addresses and plenty of singing. .
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
St. Stephen's, Mittaooxo. Sci'vices evcvy Sunday ut 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; and fii'Bt Sunday in tlio month, at 3 p.m. Oolo (Ooloruan's Siding), second Sunday in tlio month, at a p.m. .Lowor Mittngong, tliird Sunday in the month, at 3.. Jolloio, fouvth Sunday in the mouth,, at 3 p.m.
Select Poetry. COMING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
COMING HOME, Tnn fire burns redly in the grate, I scarcely heed it ns I wait, Its light I scarcely eco; But now a liasty step I hoar, And turn to meet the ono most dear In all the world to me, " It is a stormy winter night," He says; "■ but here are warmth and light. How sweet it is to be In ono's own homo, to see your faco, The sunshine of the doarest place In all the world to me." Yet ono hath had ambitions dreams Of Fame ; and ono laid oareful schomesi How Fortune might bo won. But, oh, the light of home is worth All songs that Fame hath sung on earth» And all that gold hath done !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
WANTED immediately, a smart intelligent LAD as apprentice to, the Printing business. Apply oflico of tliis paper. WASTE PAPER, frlbs.' for Is., offlco of this paper. TENDERS (by • letter only) arc. invited for the Purchase of a most Comfortable HOME in Berrnna, owned and ocoupiod by the undersigned. Terms—Cash, or by easy,instalments. J. JACOBIE, Tailor, 15& ' • ' Bowral. £U~iO gjven on conviction of the party or parties who laid a piece of bread and butter with poison on it on Merrigung-road, near Shepherd's Creole, on Wednesday morning last, 4th instant. rpo LET; a COTTAGE near Bowral, with wide ! lmll,.eight rooms, pantry, kitchen, laundry, and bath-room. Two.ataU Stable, Buggy House, Orchard, Underground Tank. With about 6 acres oi land. Ten minutes! walk from railway station^ Apply to BEWARD.—Tho'abovo reward will bo JOSEPH RILEY. ;Bowral, Juno 5. ISO WILLLVM ALCORN, .103 Bowral. SPENDERS will bo received by the undersigned .1. on or before TUESDAY, 8 th July, for I ho ...
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
GARDENERS' CALENDAR Km J UN 13. Kitchen Gaums!*.-—Transplant as in last month, with Hlrawberries, artichoJcos, onions, Ao. Sow peas, broad beans, salad, cabbogo, broccoli, Ac. Earth up peats anil boans, if forward. Trcnch the manure.. ■ ^ > ,, . Oich'ird.—Transplant all kinds of evergreen ami deciduous fruit trees. This in, the best month for pruning all deciduous trees; deep digging, trenching and manuring, should also be completed tliis month. FIowov Garden.—Tie up and Btiil;o ebrymujtlio mums. Boot prune geraniums. Bo-pot and start fuchsias. Plant hyacinths aa in April and May. Field.—Sow barloy, wheat, oats, beans, peas, lucer one, clover, 1V0., 1V0.—this often proves tho best month for sowing those crops.as the autumn is some timos dry,
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 21 June 1884
COMMERCIAL. Sooth Coast and Wkbt Cambism Co-operative CoJU'any, .lluitlsd, Butter, 1st, por lb., 2 Id to 21cl ■ „ . 2nd, no demand Bacon, bcHt Murimbulu haml cured, lOd „ Lest, macliiuQ cured, 7d to !)d heavy and rough, fid to (Jd Hams, bent Merimbula, luvnd etnod, Is „ maohiiio ourad, 8d to lOtl Lard, 7d to Od Chcuso 1st, per lb., Cd to 8d „ 2nd and interior, -id to fid ■I'iBS, alivo, per lb, 'Id to &lt;l£d - Otvlvott, each, Oa Od to 16s Od Hides, per lb, itd Calf skins,, ouch, In !5d to la Od Tallow, per ton, .112!) Os to £33 Oa Maizo, per bunhel, Is itd to 1h (jd Hay, oaten, per ton, £iS Oslo VA) Oa. „ lucerne, do., :C!i Oh to .lif> Oa Od >r: Potatoes, do., il'.l 10k to £A Sa Od Fowls, per pair, 2n !)d to ,'Js Gil . Ducks, do, Is 01 to Gs Od Geeao, do, 7s Cd to 8s Od -Turkeys, do, 7.s Od to lis Od EjjgB, per do;!., 2a Od June IS), 1881,