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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

IFaili.'i/tm Ch welt. Sorviees to-morrow, January J8 :— Mittagong, at II, Miv Mnrrin ; at 7, ltcv. 0. Olden IJowral, at XI, Hov. G. Olden ; at 7, Mr. Morris Kanynloon, at 11 nncl 7.80,Mr. Osborne Jlohortnon, at 11, Mr. 1! award • at 7, Mr. Walsh Wild's Meadow, at 11, Mr. Gregory Moas Yalo (Oddfellows' Hall), at 3, Rov. C. Olden anil friomls, Bowral, Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 7.80, Rov. 0. Olden

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Bowral Literary & Debating Society. MOCK PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Bov.ral Literary & Debating Society. Mock faitliamr.nt.u:v et.eotjon. 'rim weekly mooting ol tlic Bowvnl Debating Society : was held Wednesday evening in the school of' nrts. The attendance of members ftiii of the public wag lair; but it would have been much larger had the weather been favorable. Just after the mooting commenced tho lain came clown in torrents, and for a considerable time the pattering of tho rain on the iron roof made it very difficult to "hoar what \taa going on iuside. Mr. C. Bennett, president, presided. Messrs. W. l'iggott and 0. W. Phillips wore elected membors of tho society. The special business of tho evening was a mock parliamentary election. Messrs. C. Bennett, A, Bitter, and J. Hodgson were announced as candidates; but owing, wo expect, to the stormy night, Mr. Hodgson did not attend the mooting; and the contcst then lay between Messrs. Dennett and Hitter. Mr. C. Grove was elected returning officer, nnd transacted the preliminary business of read...

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

Catholic Church, will bo cclclnulcd on Sunday next at Bui'rittvftiig and.Nfttlai at 11.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Presbyterian Church. jriiiisto—Rev. John Evans, M.A, Services to-morrow, January 18. Sutton Forest, at 11 Dowral (School of Arts), at 3 Mittngong, at 3 . ilosa Yalo, nt 7.30 Weekly service every Wednesday at 7.30 Band oC Hopo every Thursday at 7 ,

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Select Poetry. The Model Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

The Model Clmrcli. Well wife, I'vo found the model church I I wor shipped there to-day; It made ine think of tho good old times before my hairs were gray. The meetin'-houso wag finer built than they were years ago; . But then I found, when I wont in, it wasn't built . for show. • The sexton didn't seat mo .'way back by tho door; He know that I was old and deaf, as well as old - and poor. 5c must havo been a Christian, for ho led mo boldly through TJio long aislo of that pleasant church, to find a pleasant pow. I wish you'd heard tlio singin — it hod tho old time ring The preacher said with.triumph voico, " Lot all tho people sing Tho tuno was " Coronation," and tho music upward , rolled Till I thought I heard tho angels striking all their harps of gold. ; My deafness seemed to melt away, my spirit caught tho fire, I joined my feeble, trembling voice, with that melo dious choir, And sang, as in my youthful days, " Lot angelB pro strate fall, ; . Bring forth the- Boyal diadom; and cro...

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

Bowral Cash Tailoring Establishment. o 0 o T. WILLIAMS BEGS to amiounco, Ihnt having SECURED tlio J'lUCMISES lately occupied by MR. 0. WA.TI2KS, llong Bong-strcct, liOWKAL, ho 1ms COMMENCED BUSINESS AS A TAILOR, And hopes to movil a fair share of patronage. o A. Choice Stock of Tweeds, and Silk-mixed and Fancy Coatings, '10 SELECT FROM. 507 «n?zsm ^7"ANTED, n ftonnrnl SERVANT. ; Mrs. Crook, Mr. Meiiliny'ti Cottiiyo, Mittugong. 620 "VT7~ANTED, FOUR CARPENTERS. None but * t competent hands need apply. J. J. Camp bell, Builder, Bownil. . CI I ANTED, a Ilesipcotablo Youn/j GIRL to assist with housework ; 0110 to sleep nt homo pre ferred. Apply 1'Yeo Press O/lico, Bowral. 512 ,■ fyroonrc's . australtan almanac, J..V.1. mid 11 ami Book for 1885. Price, Is. 1'You ■ Press Boole Depot, liowral. Department orPublio Works, Railway Branch, Sydney, 15th January, 1885. Government Railways. CRICKET MATCH.—ALL ENGLAND v. ber. IUMA DISTRICT. I EXCURSION TICKETS will bo issued to Moss J Vnlo to all s...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

St. Stki'Iusn's, JIitt.iciono, Soi'vicos every Sunday nt M u.m. and 7.80 p.m.; and fiiHt Smuluy in the month, at!! p.m. Colo.Valo, oviu'y Sunday, at J) p.m. Ijower MittaKonj;, hocowI .Sunday in the month, at 8. Jclloro, Xomlh Sunday in tho month, at.3 p.m.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Sr. Simon ani> sr. jisdh'h, llowiuii. ])ivino Service will ho hold every Sunday at 7.1.~ a.m., 11 a.m., and 7-iiO p-m,' Holy C'oumuuiion.—I''ivst Sunday in the month at midday service; second ami fourth Sundays at tho early service; third Sunday at the evening servico. Children's Service.—livery Sunday at the Parsonage . at 11 aim.; last Sunday of month in tho ohuroh at ii.lC p.m.;

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THE BURRAWANG BANQUET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

TU13 BUltltAWANG- BANQUET. to the kditou or this .jiowiiatj Fitnis Sin,—No doubt the public Jinn ore thin becovno ac quainted with tlio fact that Messrs. McCourt and ]}adgory, Mh.Tj.A., arc to bo banquctlocl nt liurra wang on tlio 28th instant. Any person reading tlio advertisement, and not knowing tlio real state of atTairs, would naturally como to tlio conclusion that llicun parliamentary representatives wero receiving this honor at (ho hands of llnrrawang residents for their noblo (?) conduct in parliament with rcfcronec to tlio fiowral-Kobci Ijion lino of railway; but tlioso who do know the facts of tlio oaso will at once see, by tlio nnines on tlio ooimnitteo-list, that only 0110 single person resident in I'liirawnng (or at least that part of the district within the boundaries at present known as liurrawang) is taking any part in the mutter; and (his solitary being has, to my cortain knowledge, his whole interests ccntrcd in Wild's Meadow. The Idea of this banquet is very plain...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of EntjlanH. Services to-morrow, Jammry 18 Mohs Vale, ut 13 ami 7.ii0 Homk lldil!!, lit '' ^ Mount Anlili.y, at ii Sutton 3,''oresi, at y anil 7-')0

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

COM MERC I A-Li South Coast and AVebt Camdeu Co-oi'eiutiye Company, Ijimimu. - Butter, 1st, per lb., 12d to 15d „ Slid, no demand . . Bacon, best Mcritnbula hand euvod, Od to lOd „ best, machine cured, 83 to i)d „ heavy and rough, 5dto 7(1 , Hams, best Morimbula, hand cured, lid to' 124 „ lTinohino oured, lOd to llil , . . Lard, .Id to 7d Choc so 1st, per lb., Gd to 7d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to <ld • ' Pig3, alive, pot- lb, -Id to 5d ' ' Calves, onob, 5s Od to 20s Od Hides, per lb, 3d ' . ' CftlC iikins, oaoh, Is Gd Tallow, per ton, £28 03 to £20 10s Maize, per busbel, Is lOd to 4s lid '' Hay, oaten,per ton, £0 0=i to £7 On Od „ lucerno, do., i'4 Os to £5 los Od Potatoes, do., £3 0s to £5 0s Od Fowls, pci paii, 8s (Id to 'Is 3d Dncks, do, 3s 01 to 4s Od . ] Geese, do, 0s Od to 7s 0/1 Turkeys, do, 8s Od to 20a Od , )( Bess! per doz., Is -Id to Is Gd.'(dullj." .■ '■ * 'January 1G, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1885, )N SALE ut tho Free 1'osr Book and Stallone Depot, Bowral, from Is. Ud. upwards. DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land aticl Insurance Agent, UOBKUTSON. 102.' J. G. MORRIS, Auotioneor, I'ropcrty Salesman, Inmiranco Agent, Ac., Ac., Opposito llailway Station, bowiul. HENRY TAYLOR, Auclioncor, Land, Estate, ntul Uoneial Commission Agent, moss VALE. Agent for Victoria Fire Insurance Company. JOHN WRIGHT, i ^notioncor, Lund and Estato Agent. • All transactions in ttiu aliovo lino will reeeive tho greatest euro ilikI attention. Address— ; ^ v MEDICAL IIALL, NATTAI. BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY. Trill R: above Company lias for ,Salo first-class :JL' : U1{1 UlviS in any<puu\tity. Tho usual discount allowed for Cash. 2',I5 • ■ C. GItOVK, Manager. J. JACOBIE, Practical Gutter and Tailor, :. ; BOWK A L. Large selection of T\veeds to cbooso h'om. Teuhs S-i'iuei'LY Cash. 1-J0 C. PRIOR, Saddler and Harness Maker, Bong Bong-street (neav the posc-oUice), BOWJIAL. A LL kinds ...

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THE OPENING OF THE BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

TIIE OPENING OF THE BO WEAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. ' TO T1II3 EPITOIt OF.TIIK BOWHATj PURE rilESff*. Stn,—Somo wng has said " Two hearts live better tlmn one,oven if they bo Hhccp's heads." The oommittooof thoBowral school of arts noting single handed—or single headed if you like—appears to boin a dilemma as to the best way,of celobrating tlio opening of that noblo institution now approaohing completion in our pretty littlo town. I do not wish' to1 speak dis paragingly of the intentions or decisions of the com mitteo in tliia matter, but I certainly think—it may ba I am alone in thinking so—that the public them selves should have a voice in this important matter. It is tho people—and the working people, too—who will be asked to support the institution when it is opened ; and whul could bo a more fitting way of arousing thoir interest and individual concern in its welfaro than by asking them to have a voice in de ciding of what rmturo the opening ccvemoiy should bo ? I would suggest that a ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Pads, Fun, and Fancy; A number of Gorman omigrauts will bo despatched to Tasmania in 'Marclr next. Sir Andrew Clark, tho eminent Lon don physician, makos over £15,000 a year. ' .> -■ Twenty million acres of land" in tho Unilod States are owned by English'capit-'" alists. . . A cynical old bacliclor says that 'Movers are like armies ; they got along well enough till tho engagement begins." ■ The literary stylo of asking for a plate of ham at,dinner is, " I'll thank you for. an elogant oxtract from Bacon." V " Pat, ii Mr. Jonos comes boforo my ro turn tell liira 1 will moot him at 2 o'clock;" " Ay ay, sir, but what shall 1 toll him if ho don't come." Ho—I want you to understand, miss, that you can't mnko a fool of me. She—I am not so irreverent as to supposo I could improvo on the Divine handiwork. ,. " Paddy, do you know how to drive ?" said a traveller to the phtclon of a jaunting car. " Surol do," was tho answer. " Wasn't it ■ I upset yor honor in tho ditch two days ago, An Iris...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BOWRAL RECREATION GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE DOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

BOWRAL K I3CREA.TION GROUND. TO THfi KDJTOIl OV TJIK JIOWHAb P11H13 Flircsfl. Sin,—Tho pooplo of Bowral aro bestirring themselves to procure for llioiv township a now pnbliu recreation ground. ]>y your re port, of tho public moot.intj wliioli took phioct on 1,1 ic (.hiI'd instant, il in evident that per sonal foolinpr bus entered largely into this question, Tho memorial which il, has been decided to forward l,o Mio Hon. ilio Onioniiil Secretary, is'nothing moi'e nor lews than n protest against the suitableness lor u public, park, of tho pieco of land purolnised by the government from M.r. Neich. .It does not in any way assist the government in the 'mutter, 31 s it does not advise the purchase of nny particular site. Indeed, Ihore np pears to be no choice, bnl; !o aocept Mr. Neioh's twelve acres. As for Mrs. (jxluy's properly, wlmtovor ilsadaplodness to the ob ject in view, Mr. Stuart Inis positively de clined to purohaso in on tlio score of its deaf ness. It was insinuated at...

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A LONDON MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

A LONDON MYSTERY., The latest London " mystery"- will bear :comparison lor horror with the many other mysteries, th.at nwnifc unravelling-. A short time ago,a human head was found in tho mews near;. Tottenham Court-road. The eyes had, been, taken out of the head, and tho. face \yas, othor.wise mutilated, ap parently for. tlio purpose of prqvonting idoiir tificatioh. " Other portions of the body of a human being havve sinco. boon picked'up,in tho neighbourhpod:;. and tlio result of, the, medical-examination, made of tho remains, is, it is stated, an expression of opinion that all; the appearances point to, thp supposition of murder. Tho matter, is at present in tho hands of tho police, who will,busy thomselves for a few days in efforts to, '.'.obtain a. clue," 'and when such efforts, have, as is,usual in such cases, proved fruitless,' giy.e, up, the affair as a, bad job. A few yeavs ago such a story as this would- have, aeufc a,.'thrill, of horror-through the.whole of England.;. Hut ...

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightly, but cut and drink as friends. Saturday, January 17, 1885. Additions to the Public School, Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

©be Doforal Jfvcc |jrcss, Do as adversaries do in law, Strive might Hi/, but cut and drink as friends. Saturday, January \1, 1385, Atluuions to the Public School, SIoss Valtv Jiiu'-ctED in 1803 to serve the requirements of the • 7t6\vn when its population scarcely exceeded a liun\x=req-\ dred or two hundred' inhabitants the demands of ro\x=req-\ cent years o£ the residents of Moss Vale for a now •public school building were certainly not without a good deal of justification. "We believo it is a fact thai within a room, the dimensions of which are .only forty feet by sixteen feet, capable of accommodating in conformity with prevailing sanitary laws no more than eighty children, frequently one hundred and thirty youngsters have Icon packed and asked, in the hottest days or summer, while enveloped in an impure atmosphere, to attend to their lessons. HoW it could bo possible for them to do so is quite beyond ordinary conception. It is therefore a jnatter'for :sinccro congratulation that...

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

MffTTAUOMJ. (PllOM OUU OWN ComiHSl'ONJHS.NT.) I notiok by advertisement Unit Uio annual demonstration unci picnic of the Protestant Allianco Friendly Society of Australasia, Slur of Mittagong, No. 2U branch, are to bo bold hero on Anniversary Day', January 20. Tho popularity of those hitherto very suc cessful social gatherings ought to ensure a groat success ; for 1 think .1. may safely say that considering the amount of work execu ted by the coininitlco tbo society's demon strations havo proved to be tbo bost in tlie district. Considerable excitement prevails over tbo romoval of Mr. Cr. O'Byrno, district inspec tor, to Wagga Wagga. That gentleman scorns to bo receiving a good don! of public sympathy just now ; ho, as a natural oonso fjuonoo, a banquet is to bo given him shortly. A Mr;Dawson is the gentloman appointed to take charge of this district. A sevoro thunderstorm, accompanied with very vivid lightning, passed over the town yesterday evening and anothor this evening. January...

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PUBLIC HOLIDAY. (By Electric Telegraph.) MOSS VALE, FRIDAY, 6.45 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

I'UIJLIO HOLIDAY. (]hj Electric Tekgraph.J MOSS .VALE, Fmday, C.'iO p.m. A proclamation is published in tbis day's Government Gazette appointing Wcdnosday, the 21st instant, a public holiday in Lbo poljeo district of Borrima.

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Speaking Well of Others. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 17 January 1885

Speaking Well «i Others. I Ii\ the disposition to speak well of - others wor^: universally prevalent, the world would become a com, pnrutive -paradise. The opposite disposition is tho Pandora box which, when upenod, lills every house • and, overy neighbourhood with pain and sorrow. How much happiness is interrupted anil destroyed ? Envy, jealously, and the misligiinnt spirit of evil when they liml vont by the lips, go forth on their mission li!;e foul fiends, to blast tho1 reputation-: • Mid peace of others. Everyone has his imperfections; arid in tlia conduct of the best there will be occasional faults which might seem to justify-itniniadvorsion. It is a Rood rule, however, when there is occasion for fault finding, to do it privately to the erring- one. This may prove salutary. It is a proof of interest in tho individual, which will generally taken hindly, if the-i manner of doing it is not offensive. Tho common | ail unchristian rule, on the contrary, is to proclaim i I f.lih f;ii...

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