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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Bowral Cash Tailoring Establishment. T. W ILLIAMS BEGS to announce, that having SECURED tlio TREMISES lately ocoupiud by JIR. C. WATERS, . . Bong UongrBtieot, BOWHAJj, ho }ias COMMENCED pUStNE§S AS A TAIUQRi 4ml hopes ta morit a lair sharo of pqtronqgo, ■■■» - - Q A Choice Stock of Tweeds, and Silk-mixed and Fancy Coatings, TO SELECT FROJf, 507

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Cure for Cancer. Wmtino op, the subject of a cure for cancer, a coy responjdpnt of. the Columbus (Miss.) Independent says :■—" I send yon herewith a remedy for that horrible disease, cancer, which I believe is a c$tf ain, cure. A friend of mine in Louisiana has been cured by t.„ • remedy, and a gentleman in Sputh Missis- ' sippi, to whopi hp.gaye thp receipt,, hps also been cured. Plense publish for the benefit of suffering humanity. Use the. extract) of shpep sorrel prepared; ( as follows:—Gather the sheep sorrel when green,' placo it in a mortar, beat it up very fine, express the! juioe, and strain it in order to get rid of the lint and trash.. Place the juice in a deep plate, and set it in. the sun until it evaporates to the. consistency of, molasses or honey. Spread tlie salve thus produced on a piece of kid, or on a linen cloth, and apply to, the affected pprt, renewing it two or three times a day. The application in two or three days will cause the ulcerous part to, slough, of...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Jack and His Master. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Old Jack and Ills Master. Wateiu.oo Biiidoe, over the I^iver Thames in Lon don, was almost entirely built'of stppe liewn in some fields which, lpy ngur to the erection on the. Storey sid?. <?£ tiie rivor. This stone was brought to the work op trucks drawn along the railways, in the. first instance over temporary bridges of wood ; and it is a remarkable pircuinstaiice thai ijctirly the whole of ttp mftteriaj \y&4 drawn, by one horse, called Old JEtick, a most sensible animal and a great favourito. Hia driver was, generally speaking, a steady and; trustworthy man, though, rather too fond of "a drop," bpfoj'e breakfast. As the railway njlong which. the stoije \yaa drawn passed in, fy'wit o£ the publi.Cfhojuse door. the. horse and tauoks \y<jro. usually pulled up while Tom entered for his '• morning, glass," One day the driver stayed so lppg tjhftt ol'l Jack, becoming, in-patient, poked lns.l^ad|in at the open door, and) taking, hia master's coat-collar b.e...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

JOHN G. MORRIS. ,4 LARGE hikI Choico Assortment of .feivcll<sry, WtttdlCS (Ladies' ni)tl GantIomon'a),_Alberta, x\_ , Wedding Kings, Gold Broochos, Earrings, Clout's Gold uiul Silver Suitos, (Silver Rings, Silver and Gold Iiooltots—nil jn starling {{old and silver; fill markod, < , J. G. MORRIS'S, Bowral. /KENT'S White, Regatta, Oxford, nnd Silk Mixture Sltirfs in great variety. ' Gent's Hosiery in \JT whito nnd colored; nil qualities, Xlio now ArgoRy, French, nnd Vinculum Braces. ' ' J. G. MORRIS'S, Bowral. T\1U3SS MATERIALS in Null's VcililllT. Ijustros, Cnsllllicrc, Llamas, ifco. j and nil requirc XJ 'inonls lor triimi|ing in Silks, Satteeng,.Velvet, Yclveteuuu, BuUoiih, etc. J. G. MORRIS'S, Bowral. ENTLEMEN'S Ilnrd nnd Soil Felt uewost shapes. Enshionnblo Tics. Masher nnd all VJT other shapos iq Colhus. - Nuwosti things in Silk handkerchiefs. ' J. G. MORRIS'S, Bowral. T ESSE, Tnvlctftri, Laco, nnd Muslin Riidliii^s in nil the nowcBt shados. Orientnl, Satin,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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December in Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

December in Bowral. Day-heat—average „ highest (13th and 27thV „ lowest (Hth) Night-heat—averse .. „ highest (31st) .. ii lowest (17th) ..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink at friends. Wednesday, January 14, 1885. BOWRAL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

®{)* §0for»l Jfrn Igrcsa. Do fit adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink at friends. Wednesday, January U, 1885. JJOWKAL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. On Wednesday evening last the first half yearly meeting of the above society was held in the old school of arts building, and in connection therewith a musical and 1 literary entertainment took place, the society's business being transacted during *n interval between the first and second parts of the programme. Notwithstanding [he fact .that a strikingly-attractive pro gramme was announced; that names of per formers who had nover previously appeared before a Bowral audience were published as having promised to take part; and that pne of the most brilliant reciters in the Colony would assist at the concert, the fiudience was exceedingly small, numbering not more than fifty or sixty. We opine from this that the institution through whose instrumentality and under whose auspices the entertainment was organised is unpopu...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mittagong Police Court. Monday, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Mittagong I'olice Court* Monday, December 12. Before Messrs F. B. Wilsliire, H. Child!!, and 1'. L. 0. Shcpjierd, <Ja.P. James McGovernk for malting use of obsaene Ion-, guage in a public Btreet at Mittagopg, was fined 10s. and Gs. Cd.. costs of court. Hugh Jcyies. lox cruelty to a horse by peeping it without food or water for twenty-four hours, wins, fined £2 and lis. 6d. costs of court. Slaughtering licenses were granted toRalph Bridge and William Charker, each of Bawral.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

CRICKET. A match was played Inst Saturday at Moss Vftlo between the Bowral and Moss Yale Clubs, and resulted in a viotory for the visitors by 8 wickets and 4 runs to spare. Appended are the soores:— Moss Vale O.C.—Jst Innings. C. Stubbings, b Norman .. .. 0 J, Digjiam, b Nonuan.. ., .. 9 Book, thrown out 5 Fleoton, b Norman 0 W. Stubbings, b Bico., ,, .. 0 A. Menzie, not out .. .. .. Hi 0. Hull, b Norman ,. ., .. 0 A. Durrcll, b Norman., .. .. 0 Bousfield, b Norman ... § Williams, b Bice .. .. ., X Rutherford, h Norman .. .. 3 Sundries .. .. C ^otal.. ., 51 2nd Innings. Monzio, 1 b w .. ., ., .. 1 • Dousliold, b Frofit . i .. .. 9 Fleoton, h Norman .. .. . 8 C. Stubbings, b Norman ., , . 2 Rook, o Bice, b Frost., .. .. 0 YVilliaiqa, b Norman . j .. .. 8 Dignam, b Norman .. ., .. Q W. Stubbings, b Frost' ., i.' 7 Hall, b Frost .. .. .. .. 0 Rutherford, b Frost ., ,, .. 7 Durrojl, b Frost 3 Sundries ,, ' 12 Total., .. .. 57 Bow-rat- 0.0.—1st Innings. H, Norman, c Stubbing^, b Fleoton....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

LOCAL BREVITIES, Mook election io?> parliament this evening in the ojd school of arts. The i\s.mU fortnightly meting of the Primitiye Methodist Band of Hope, Bow ral, was held on JJondoy evening last. By referring-'to o,ur-advertising columns it will bo seen that Mr. T. Williams has commenced Vusiness i\s, n, tailor in. l^owral iu the premises just vacated, by Mr. 0. Waters. The appointment is. gazetted of'Mr, G;. II. Sheaffe, of Bowral, to the office of dis-. trict surveyor, under- the Cyo.wn Lands Act pf 1881, for the land cUstviets of Ooiuloblin, Forbes, Grenfell, qnd Partes, ^ith hej\d office at Forbes. At the regular fortnightly meeting of the B,owrql Wesleyan Bfl.ncT, of Hope, held on Tuesday evening of las,t \veek, Mr. Skelton r^ad f\u original paper- entitled " Learn to, say no," which was favourably commented upon. Miss Duprez. pronvsod, to rea,d, the. next original paper. Mb. J[am.es Linlclatev- is. erecting at his. own, expense on the show ground.,. Moss Vale, n, graml...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Late Rev. Charles Pitman. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Tlic Late Rev. Charles Pitman. The Rev. Charles Pitman, an agent of the London Missionary Society, baa passed to his rest, quietly breathing out his life at his residci\oo, Dovfling-street, in this city. Tlie rev. gentleman was a native of Chichester, England, and wqs ordained in London as a missionary some years agp,v just p^it\i' to \iis de parture for Sydney. SJioi'tly after liis arrival here he left for Tahiti to enter upon His missionary la bours as a colleague of the ljev. John Williams^ the martyr missionary af Erromaiiga. Mr.' Williams htitl only just previously landed teachers at ltaratonga where Mr. Pitman was placod as the first white mis sionary. The nyasiofl field in thc^o days, required an amount of sclf-sacritice and exposure to danger that men fortunately are seldom, if over, called upon to make or undergo in our time. Not only did the missionary go with hia life in liis hand, but in the pursuit of his mission he was freemen tly isolated from his Qwn race for months,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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New School or Arts, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

New School or Arts, Bowrnl. "With regard to this institution, which, according to proaont appearances, should bo completed in ahother six weoks, the public uro beginning to feol a little inquisitive ah to the nature of the opening ceremony. Tho committee decided some time sinco that a tem perance banquet, a concert, and ft (|rainatic perfor mancc should take place during the owning week, Regarding the dramatic performance it was decided to ask tlio Moss Valo Amateur Dramatic Club to re peat " Our Boys," which they producod at MossYalo aomo months ago on two evenings with wonderful success. • Wo might hero mention that the membors wore perfectly willing to givo a performance in I5o\v ral had they been asked to open the institution, but tliis not being dono they declined to appear at all, and based their qbjoctions on what thoy oonsidcred good grouiids, jn the first placo the cost to the cqmmittee wpuld have been a inoro bagatelle—only tl(c advertising—as tho clul) already possesses a...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Bowral Recreation Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Hovtfral Recreation Ground, With regard to. the agitation ncnx being made to secure a new recreation ground for Bowral we be-, lieve it; is a fact that Mr. Neieh has never received a single, word from the government intimating that his land been purchased for the purpose above mentioned. Mr. Neich informs us that he has posi tively made, up lys mind not to sell the said land should the government reject his piler o,t £52 per acre, notwithstanding that he has been offered £90. l»r acr$ for a portion of the same piece. Under these circumstances it would be well for fuller inquiries to be made from the government before the recently appointed deputation proceeds to, Sydney to inter view the minister on the question.. A little informa tion on this point; form the proper authorities might save considerable expense and inconvenience on the part of the gentjleinan comprising the. deputation,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A Terrible Time. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

A Terrible Time. ■J'm: period between 1880 and 1885 (gays tho Now York World) cannot fail to uxcito tliu livoliest inter ests with astronomers, ns tho four great planets, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and Jupiter, will then be in perihelion for tho first lime in abot(t ■J000 yonrs, iwd in consequence of this rcmarkablo event it is Ij,q lioved that lh« climatic conditio^ of the earth will bo disturbed,'and produce alternate degrees of exces sive, heat, cold, riling, floods, hurricanes, and epi $0111 iiSH. :: Burmg the sixlh nnd sixfecnth centuries of the Christian orp. three of tlio above planets woro in pori licliou, an^'iVom that, or Homo other cause, floods, hurricanes, earthijuakos,sickness, and tho plagues £x tended o\er the, world, and destroyed vast amounts pf lifo anil property. ' •' ' " In tlio Bixtli contiiry tlio plaguo broko out in tho past, and sweeping over Africa, Aa'a, and Europe, destroyed, it \3 estimated, 1,000,000 people. Tho pity of: AV2xamlria lost 200,000 inhabitant...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Select Poetry. What is a Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Wliat is n 'Cciitlcinan, ^ What ty a Rontlpmnn 1 is it n thing i Dockuil with 'scarf-pin, ft chain, and arinfj. V JJroufl,o(Un nsuitof iininiiunlnto.Rtylo, " ' ^ Spovtirjg an oyo-giasfi, n lisp, ami a smilo? "• 'Talking oC operas, concerts, iuul halls, livening iissomblios, ami afternoon calls, •Sunning himself at " At Homos," and bazaars, Whittling mazurkas, and smoking qigar^? Wliftt is a gentleman? Say is it ono Boasting of conquests anil dccdn l\o has done ? Ono wJio unblushingly glories tospcak JL'hings wfyiuh Bhould call up a Hush to his cheek ? 0no who,whilst railing at actions unjust, Robs goino young hoart of its purenuBB and truth ? pcoi-iiH to steal money, of jowols, or wealth,:."'.* . * '•Thinks it no cr:mo to tako honour by stealth ? • What is a (jpntloman? Is it not ono Knowing insjinotivol.r what lio should sliun, Speaking no word that oan injuroor pain,. ^Spreading nowoamhil, or deepening no stain? Ono who known liow to put eaoli at Iiin onso,. Striving inslinptively...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A Fable. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

A Fable.. Huur is a fablo vjith. a moral:—; ' While Noah was plantinghifl vinoyardi tho devil qomps to him and says " i " What aro you doing hqro, Noah ?" " Planting a vinoyard," says Noah. '! What is tho uao of a vineyard ?" says tlio dovil. Ifc'B fruit," says Noah, " whether, fresh or dry, is sweet and Rood, and its wine gladdens tliq heart." 1'hp dqvil evidently camo disguised as an angel of light, an4 ho says to Noah : " Let ub work it on shares." " Agreed-,''says Nouh. • Now what did U}o,devil do? He bringsalamb; a! lion, a hog, aud a monkey, sacriliceb them, on; tho: spot, and mingles thoir blood with tho soil. Wliere fcftarW n'man only eats tho fruit of the vinoyavd he is mild and gentltras. a lamb; it lie drinks the wino ho imagines himself a lion ; if ho drinks habitually, he . becomes unmannerly and disgusting as a hog; if ho gets drank "he jabbors, jumps, and is silly and nasty ijs a monkey.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Telegraphic Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 14 January 1885

Telegraphic. Contest. , A, lusMAiucAiiiiis con tost for lust telegraph transmission took place recently at Now York, at tho offices of the ^Yestera Union .Telegraph Company, s Tho prizes of fered lor competition'wifre three in.iiumbor, tho first - Jjcing a gold medal,.the second u silvor modal, find '' tlio* third being a decorated telegraph key. Tlicy wero given by Messrs. 3. TI. Bunnell and Co. of Now York, and the only condition was that the Morso steel lever key should be the ono usojl. The prr/os word for elbarnoBH of character and speed combined. At olevon o'clock, when tlio contest began, over 100, leading operators and telegraph managers were pro-' tsonfc.' i On & printed; slip, was tlio woi-lc to iio'done.; This consisted of 500 words, 15 periods, and <1 com mas—In all 28G8 characters. Tho messages wore . sont on a lpcal circuit. Thero were ton competitors, ail of whom did remarkable work; and at ono o'olock tihe contest was finished. Shortly afterwards t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Rainfall at Moss Vale from 1875 to 1884, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Etsviiilall at. IWos.s Yiile from 1875 to 1884, inclusive. FnoM a return furnished the Sydney Morning 'Herald by the government, astronomer wo cxlract the following particulars of the rainfall at Moss Vale from 1875 to 189-i, inclusive, with the exception of the year 1878, thoreturn for which period is incomplete: —1875, 'l'l-SO inches ; 187(1, BS.-17 inches : 1877, 48.00 inches; 1870, -17.1-1 inches; 1880,32.70 inches; 1881, '10.71 inches; 18S2, 211.87 inches ; 188JI, 13.20 inches ; ami 183-1, 17.07 inches. At 1'iuton last year the tntnl rainfall was 21.S7 inches; and at Gqulburn only 10.15 niches.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

LOCAL BREVITIES. I3u\vua.l Vigilauco Committco Mooting next Monday evening! English Eleven versus twonty-two ofBer rima district next Wednesday and Thurs day. • ' ■ Tendinis for (lie crection of an infants' school in BowraK closo next; Wodiics dfty. New insolvonfc—Joseph Kiley, of Bowral. Liabilities, £227 Os. Cd;; assets £05 osi ; Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. Mb; W. McCourt, M.L.A., will preside at the faro-wall banquet to Mr. G-. O'Byrno at Mittagong on February 14th. The quarterly licensing court for thoBer i rima district will bo held at iho court houso, i Berrinm, at noon on Tuesday next. Wkukesday noxt (first day of great ei-icket match at Moss. Vale) is proclaimed a public holiday throughout the Berrima district. The half-yearly u\eo.liug of subscribers to the Berrima school of arts will bo held in tho reading room noxt Wodnesduy even ing. A grand handicap pigeon match takos place at Sutton Forest to-day. First pri^o fivo sovereigns with forty per coilt. sweep money added. M...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Prmitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

JPrmitive Methodist Church. Services to-morrow, January 18 :— Uowrnl, at 11, and 7, Mr. W. Grico Uundunoon, at 11 and 7, Bev. It. Jennings

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Moss Vale Police Court. "Wednesday, Jan. 14. linFfl'Ui: Messrs. 1?. B. Wilshiic.-P.JI., and E. Cnilor, ' iiiid J. jfX-Bndgery, J's.P. ' W. J. Oleoma v,W. T. Sewcll.—Plaintiff sought ■id recover £i^ .jbalnnoe of contract money said (o be due by defendant Plaintiff deposed" lhat I10 had a contract, labour only, for the election u- ft water-closet for defendant at flow ral. According to >"v> angemeut pjaintiff took J)06iess.ion of a ceitnin qnanlii^ timbei' valued by him at 10s., which amouni he be deducted fiom defendant's account. Defend811''' however, .Valued the timber lit 30s., and accordingly''' (Mtieted tl^ct amount; bat in court ho said ho consh'.'tfGd it to be wpi th £3. • George Wpuhani deposed that a portion of the limber referred to by Sewell as being his property, was the property of plain tiff. Charles Grove deposed thathe saw about £2 worth of timber on the ground but he did not know how much .MY. Osborne took away. T. Lcivry vfilued the timber taken by plaintiff a...

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