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The Rob[?]ral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cut and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
®|jc Dotal Jfrcc "press. J)» as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, hut cut mid drink its frirnds. SATURDAY, JUNK 28, 1884, Accoumng to a statement made in tho Legislative Assembly last wool; l\y tho colo nial secretary, tho Civil Sorvico Bill is quite yoady to bo procoodod with as soon as tho Land Bill is got of tho road. Such-an an lionncomont from the bead of tho govern ment has no doubt boon rocoivcd with gene ral approval throughout the country ; for unquestionably a nood does exist for the re modelling of our civil servioo department; and wo uso no idle phrase when we say that 110 measure—except it be local self-govern ment —oxcceds. in importance that to which -*vo havo vofeiTod; or, more strictly speak ing, no measure the government oontcmp late proceeding with cau more ill afford to. stand in abeyonco than tho Civil Sorvico Bill, tho introduction and passiug of v.'liich tho country lias for so long a period boon looking forward to. Tlio civil service policy of New South...
MITTAGONG RAILWAY BILL [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
MlTTAGOlfG .RAILWAY BILL, In tliq Legislative Council' 011 .Wednesday last Mr. Jacob moved that tho- Mittagong Goal-mining Company's B.ailway bill bo road the secou,d- time. Pie' explained briefly that the bill was intonded. t.o enable the company in -question to construct a railw.ay. ii'Qm their mines to, the Great Southern Bail way, and it was framed on the same, lines as other bills which conferred similar- powers on other companies,. The motion w.as agreed to. The bill was read; fch.e second time,'and the honse went into committee to, consider its provisions in detail. The various Qlausea, the preamble and the title,, were agreed to without amendment.. The schedulo. was negatiyed. Mv._ Jacob moved the insertion of a now schedule.. Sir John Hay- said that lie. noticed that the proposed line would puss through tho property of Aythur Welby and b,o woijld like to, Ituovj whether Welby hadsanctioned such a conrso,. If ho did not, the intention of the-company- should be made. Unaw.n t...
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
Concert. Tlio coat of fnrnishing llio room wlicro tlio tnombova of tlio Uowral Ulub moot ouch ovuiiing, to|;ctlior with the wookly runt, lieiiiK in cxcoha ot subscriptions ro cciroil from mRinbcra, it Imh, hh our rentiers (in) ul reiuly awuro, bcou dooidod to hold n popular conccvt in niil of tlio fnmlH of tlio institution, wliich will tulio jiliico on Saturday evening next, Clh July, in tlio old kcUooI of nitsi building.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
Public Opinion..—On almost everything created by. flature or iminufacliy.ed by the skill of-man tliero is a diversity-of opinion. Sometimes the contrasts are so ^linifesti and striking as to lead ono to the conclusion thivt the mind of one. of tlio two ob servers must be a little, out of order. On the works of great poets, architects,.historians, novelists, and nctors these contrasts of opinion arc most frequent; luit 110 two opinions have as yet been expressed on the excellence of workmanship and beauty of (inisli Mr. A. Hitter, painter, grainer, and decorator of Moss Ynle, always introduces into the work entrusted to his Viimngeu.ient,—A uvt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
THE BOWRAL FREE FEESS is published ovory SATURDAY MORNING, SuiiRonirTiona;—, Sixteen Shillings (IUh) ft year; or -Is por quarter of three manths, payablo in ndvnnco, If booked, £1 per year, or Ca poy qnnyter, Qunvtora end March 31, Juno 30, September 80, Dccomber HI, at wlnoh porioda only can subscribers dcolino, by giving a weok'a notice in writing direct to the ofl'tcc, and paying to tho end of tbo thon running quarter, A»VBimsiJ&lt;o *,-k Advertisomonts arc charged lor at, tbo following rato oaoh ' insertion Sixpence por lino, up; to. fivo lines ; ono inch, lis; ovory additional inch, lei: (id, with a reduction of owo-fourth for thirteen oonsqou |ivo insertions, ant\. of ono-third foy twenty-Bix insertions, Annonncemcnta of Birfclia,, Man'iagca,J (\nd Deaths, 2s Cd caok, . flo. n^vcrtisoinont booked undor Is. Od, JoBniNp Djsi'A.iitubnt ;— Business Cards Iland-bills BillJiciuls ' Labels1 Putaloguea' Pouting Billq Circulars Programn\es Ac., i%c., Ac., \V, and. D, L. BEER, i...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
CATTLE AND SIIEEP.. Batks for conveyance of cuttle fat per truolc) to Homebusli arc as followsFrom Goulburn, £;1 'la; Mavulan, £8 10s 8d; Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8b ; Mittagong, £3 Cs ; Picton,.£l 10s. Hates for conveyance pf- slieep (at per truck) to Ilomeiuish are as follows:—Prom Gonlburn,'£B 13s' id ; Marnian, £3 5s 7d; Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8s; MittagoijfJ, £2 6s j.Pictoij, £110s..
A TRAGEDY NARROWLY PREVENTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
A TRAGEDY NARROWLY l'llICYENTE1). CuANFOiui House was as isolated and lonely a plnco ns it is possible to eonooivo ; and it wns my fathor's custom to drive from London with four long-tailed blaok horses, that took two hours to got over fcho twclvo milos, on a Saturday night, and to remain at Cranford till Monday morning. On one of thoso oc casions he was accompanied by his sister, Lady Granard, and they arrived at Cranford on tho afternoon of Saturday, bringing with them no additional servants but trust ing simply to tho maids in chargo of tho houso. My fathor's favourite pointer—whoso name, if I romomber correctly, was Doll— accompanied them in tho carriage. I After onjoyjng tho oxtromo quictudo of tho place, and rambling about tho gardens, redolent of tho porfumo of shrubs and flowers and musical with tho voioos of tho singing birds that sheltered in tho thickets anil laurels, they retired for tho night. Tho perfoot silenco when all tho birds wero lmshod, contrasted strongly with ...
Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
IJowval Wcsleyaii Band of Hope. Tub rogular fortnightly meeting of this soeioty wan licUl lust 'i'uoaday ovoning in tlio Wosloyan Ohnpul. Tho jiov. C. Oldon, prcsidont, occupied tlio chair. Tho attcnda^cc numbered nearly a hund red, nnd amongst tho audience was Mr. It. 'J!, liooth tlio pox>ult&lt;r teiiiporanca looturof, wl&lt;o has hO&lt;cn tip' his residence in Dowral for a few months for tho bonofit of lits health. Air. Booth was accorded a most enthusiastic wolcomo by the nudionco. During tho evening ho addressed a few words to tho mooting expressing his ploasuro at being present that even ing,Jam! wishing tho society ovory success in itu wai fnro with tho drink fiond.. Tlio oIiiiirinan'H address was short' and interesting. In tha course. of Uis vo» nyvrks ho stated that ho had prcptirod i\ l,eoturg on Temperance, which he intended delivering at .Hobcrl Boivon Monday. evening- noxt, and which ho would also deliver at Bow nil oil a subsequent date. An a...
A NOVEL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
A NOVEL. HOTEL,, i Amisijioan hofcel$ ave one of the institutioijs; , of, the Qou.utt'y,. so. unique a,re they in every i respect;; but one. that is, to, be ejected on ; CloniBy Island, will. surely bear-out: the palm ; for ccceutriciiy., The external; appearance | of this gigantic edifico is.to, prosentthe out lines of an. elephant with saddle bags and a howdah., It will be 102 feet high to the top t of the donje,. with a total length of 150 feet. , The circumference of the body is to be 168 ; feet,, and, toe legs, will be 40 feet long by 60, feet iij, circumference.. The. entrance and exit w.ij.l. be in, the biwlfeolj.and! the forelegs, ■ an.d Qtgigantic trough,, out of whi&lt;jh thft ele : phant ip. supposed to be feeding,, will bp. oc cupied as bazaars.. The main, liall will be in. the body of the elephant,, and will meas ure 80 feet iii length, by 32. in. breadth,, and there will, be large saloons in, the. stomach and, head, the former locality being appro priately sele...
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
The Weather. Uiiiiino tlio past wcoli tlio Htiilu of this wonthor linn imiler^oim &lt;inito a uei'iua ot ulmiiKuu. During tlio cnrlior juirt of tbo wool: tlio (ln,y» woro tlno, nml tlio nights cold and fronty, tho hcaviost Croat ot tlio non son being on Tuesday morning. On Wodnosdny night rnin foil for Havoral hours, s'mco wliioti it hud dull and bitterly cold,
NEW PRINTING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
SEW ITtLN'mOr DISCOYERY, The printing world is. much disturbed by ! tb.e alleged discovery of a new process which ■ enables any number-of copies, to, be taken of the oldest book without setting a line of type. A compound has been discovered which, may be. spread upon a page without ' in the slightest way injuring the. paper, and which refuses to rest upon ink.. It can be easily removed to a stone, and then becomes the matrix for stereotype, or can.be used for printing from at once.. A rare Aldino may be given to, the inventor- of the new process,, and it will be returned, without a strain or a mark, uninjured, and only cleaned, and along with it an exact fac-simile,. letter for letter, and broken stop for broken stop, of the volume which he has had in his. posses sion only a few days. Practical printers are moving to see wether they cannot save the cost of printing old editions; and if certain practical difficulties aro got over, a chango will bo hcoh not only in tho produc- s tion ...
FOR MARRIED LADIES ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
FOJt MAlMMEl) LADIES ONLY, Dp remember you arc married to a uiau aud not to a god i bo proparcd, for imporfeo lions. Do anticipate tlio discovory by your husband Mint you are "only a woman ;" if you woro not I;o wouM not caro about you. Do, onco in a way, lot your luiBbaud havo tbo last word; it will gratify him und bo no particular loss to you, Do let tho sun into your homo j a mau de tests, dark rooms, and his tasto is of moro importance than your carpots, curtains, or complexion. Do roi'uso to toll your b omo worries to your closost fricuclthoy avo nobody's busiuoss but your own. Do, if a friend drops in unexpoetodly, leave things just; as thoy tiro. If tho tidy is off tho chair backi what doos it matter ?• A news paper on tho floor ovon ia no nbsoluto tli.a grnce. Do lot your- husband read tho- newspaper at the breakfast table.. It is unsociable, j but then it is. only a trifle after all, and, ho likes it.. D,o let him know moro than you do onoo in a while; it keeps up his,1 sel...
Select Poetry. TWO WOMEN. [WHEN the news of the Duke of Albany's death arrived, the Empress at once repaired to Windsor Castle; the Queen received her, silent and speechless, in a long and affectionate embrance.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
&lt;Sc(ctt fjactqj, TWO WOMEN. [When tho news ot the .Dulse of Albany's death arrived, tlio Umprcss at onco vrjmirod to Windsor Oustlc; Ilia Qiil'cii ivficivcd l|ort silent mid spccoh lcss". in a loiin ami affectionate embrace.] \Viikn tho disninl bolls nro tolling, anil tho City's (il'iiptiJ in woo; When with sympathotio sorrow puss tho peoplo to mid fro; When across the nncicnt harbour, booms tho droad ful minuto-gun, Baying Princes nro but mortal, and another raeo iB run; When tho mulllod drums aro benting, and i\ nation . holds ils breath, . At tho door whoro silent mourners own tho Majesty ol Death; let us gently lift tho curtain that hangs heavy on tho. Rccno, Where a sad and gentle Empross u\ot ft \yeoping widow'd Quoen. Time has searcoly softened sonw, scarce tho broltcu ■■ heart has hoalod, Binco tlioy brought tho liowa of terror from a savago battle-iicld. Who that lives fovgots. tho story of tho youth bclo.v'd hy nil, Loft alono liy fyionds and ldnsn\on, jiist ta ...
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
WEDNJUSDAXi .TUNE 25. '.Beforo Messrs. Wilshii'e and; Richardson. Chicles. Stewart, for. cr.uylly illtroaUng a "horse, wap iiueel S$s.>au,cl 5„s.. witness's ex • poises. A slaughtering,license was. granted; to Edward Hines., An. application, for. a, musip; liccuse foil , Saturday,,2Sth . instant,.wftB granted to G. Prosaer,"la;ullor.d'of;tliQ Royal; H'otol, Sut ton Forest..' .
Harold Netherly; o[?], THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
Harold Netlierly ; Oil, THE. GAM E 0. F L. I F E.. OUAPTEB Y.—Continued., " A very charming woman—110. doubt about that," thought Mr.. Notliorly, and no doubt bo looked it,, too, for tb.o lady blushed celestial rosy red,as acceding to his request that Madamo le Blanc would please to be seated, she said— " I expected to. meet Mr. Sidney Pol wartb I" "I am Mr. Polwartb," said Netherly; "Mr. Sidney Polwartb, at your" service raadame." " I beg pardon," said Madame le Blanc, " but I had. imagined^-why,, I hardly- know —that Mr. Sidney Polwartb was a young-^ man ; not more than—than—r-" " Than your own ago, madame,. and that of our poor friend ?" suggested Mr. Netherly. " That is. so, though I am muck oftener taken to bo -six-ami-thirty than, six-and twenty. But Time, madame.does.not deal so gently will all of us, a? be has. with you." Madame smiled her sweetest smile to, the compliment, and extricating a letter from her reticule, presented it to Netherly. "This letter,.Mr.. Polwartb," sh...
CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
CHAPTER VI, An honest moil, close-buttoned to the- chin," Broftdclo.th withousand a warm, heart within. Cowi'F.n. The voice of Violet Ttcmaiue calling pite ouBly for help should, according to all ro mance rules, have been instinctively recog nised hy Reuben Bradley. It was, not so, however: that stalwart and devoted lover only recognised those tremulous, cries to be those of a women or girl in extreme peril —quite enough to bring him promptly to ;he sutlorer's aid; and, recalling his dog, ivhicli upon Hearing homo had run on con siderably' ahead, Reuben hastouod with his jost speed to the roscuo. The dog's instinct was kooncr than tho nan's. Violet Tromaino was an iramonso iavourito of Ponto's, as sho was of all other liviug creatnros that came within tlio sun shine ol'hor goutiness, and ho hadgono but [i few yards in the indicated direction, when lie suddenly sprang onwards with swift leaps —checked himself for a moment to glanco round and urged his master to spoed.by giv ing tongu...