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The Bowral Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
The BoAvral; Club.. TitG^milar fortnightly meeting of tliB.oommitteo,of- . the above club, was held on; Monday evening Inst, Mr, ' O. Upnnott. presiding. The committee gavo their fullest, consideration, to.the. question of admitting, boys: as-members of the. club, and, with, a view of- • preventing' as far as possible any interruption to 1 nduli members, it was ultimately decided; that no • 0110 under tho age of fifteen should be allowed to : join, Boys under- that aga who, liavo. already, joined will remain members up to. the time , whioh their, tickets hold good.. The programme for the forthcoming, concert was arranged, and several othqr minor matters were dealt with,and the meeting ; adjourned. We are informed-thajt. up to the present . neariy one hundred and twenty persons hjvvo joined the.club. The attendance each evening is very good averaging between two and three dozen.. On the whole there does not appear to be any decline in the interest originally shown in the institution....
THE SUNFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
THE SUNFLOWER.. The Sunflower is. the best egg-producing food known for poultry, keeping them in a thriv ing condition and largely increasing the. production of eggs. Every poultry-raiser who tries it will find that this seed is the best food known for glossing-the-plumage of fowls,, ani is almost indespensible to, those who wa,nt to fit their birds for exhibition to the best advantage.. The Russian Sunflower is easily raised, requires very little care, can be grows in fence cornets or other places difficult to, cultivate. Its production of seed is immense, yielding often as high as 100 bushels to the a.cre.. It is planted in hills four feet apart any time from the 10th of May to the 1st of July. Three quarts of seed will plant an ac?e.
GOULBURN DISTRICT I.O.O.F., MANCHESTER UNITY.—DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
GQULIiUK.N DISTRICT I.O.O.F., MANCHES TER UNITY.—DISTRICT MEETING,, The. half-yearly or district meeting in con-' nectipii with the abovo was. held. in. fclio school of arts, Bowral, on, Thursday after noon, last. Tbero were pros'ent representiyos from, all bnt-~.thr.ee.: lodges in; tho. diptriqt. The meeting was.presided over by. brother James Dyball, P.G.M. of Yass ; and brother Georgo,. P.P.G.,, of the Bowral Light house Lodge, was elected deputy grand muster-Jar the.time being... The correspondent secre tary, Mr. 0: S. Puller, read the balance shoots of the district fund, funeral fund, and widows' 1 and orphans! f^ind,, for, hfilf,year ending. 28th. June, which- show.edi the finances,, etc., to. bo in/a; highly- satisfactory condition. Thp report- and balance-shoot were unani mously adopted., Thq mooting sat for sever al:.. hours and! transacted: ft'groat amount of business. Xiii tho. ovening tho delegates were invited to.a, sumptuous banquot pro vided by Mrs. C)jarkei;i, After ...
MOSS VALE LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
MOSS VALE LICENSING COURT;, Wednesday, June 25. B.efoke Mr. P.. R. Wilshire, licensing mag istrate. Thomas Hood, through Mr. Nichols, ap plied for a renowal of his-publican'sr-license • for Tatte^sall's Hotel,. Moss Vale. The ap plication. \yas opposed by Senior-sergeant Ljvfcimer. on the grounds that the. .applicant.. had supplied; liquor to one Samuoli Patten against whom, a prohibition was issued by tli.e court for-tlie- service of liquor; Constable Jones deposed'to having served applicant with, a copy, of the prohibition issued in December 1882, and. signed by F. Wilshire, P.M., Samuel .Batten,, a farmer- residing at Manchester Square, near Moss Vale",deposed that lie1 remembered a prohibition being issued, against hini being served w.itli liquor for twelve months from December 1882-; during the. twelve months the prohibition w.ag.in force, lie was served a number of times, with intoxicating drinks at Hood's Hotel ; witness, was-charged with perjury for-stating that he had been ...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
IIOWRAL VIGIIjANOH COMMITTEE. The commitloc uiofc in tho School of Arts on Monday evening last. Present—Messrs. J. T josoby (in tho chair), W. George, A. I*. Dnpre;:, II. M. OxlG}7, and W. J. Osborne (secretary). I ho socrotavy road his corrospondonco to be sent out as ordered at tho last mooting. Tho chairman, referring to Ujq school improvements they \Yoro agitating for, said that wliilo ho supported tho public school system on tho whq}o, ho (lid not quite ap prove of tho compulsory olausos. They \Yoro all yory well for those living near tho school; but ho lived some distauco off, tind djd not \yish his children to grow, tip in ignoranoo, nov did ho desire tor be sum moned to court for noglocting their educa tion ; yot ho felt constrained in damp weather to hoop thorn at homo, because of tho lack of comfort ii} thoir schools, Mr. George said he had njado somo in quires about tho Bowral school, so as to have some foundation to work upon. Ho was. informed by tho teachor that t,iio b...
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
MOSS YALE POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28: Befobe Messrs.. F; E. Wilshire, P. Mv,, and; G. Tate and Captain Bridges, Js. Pi. assault.. Black George, n, Queensland' aboriginal; ' was charged with hav.iug at Bowral, onFri day night, 20th iustant,. assaulted; Miss Alice. Harrison. Constable Quinn, stationed-at Bowral,. de-. , posed r l arrested prisoner between nine and ■ ten o'clock last Saturday night from infor mation I received from Miss Alico Harrison, tvho complained of having been assaulted by n blackfellow,.describing him as a person, uiswering the description of prisoner ; I cau tioned prisoner when I arrested him and told him lie was charged with assaulting Miss Harrison ; lie said " I did assault her mill .1 fim sorry for it.I naked him what ho lmd done it for, and ho aaid " I had three braudioa nt Eico's Hotel; I wont up to the paddock and laid down and when Miss Har rison oamo up I caught hold of licr and throw hor.down prisoner said ho caught hold of hor by both hands rou...
ADMINISTRATION OF THE LASH AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
ADMINISTRATION OF THE LASH AT MOSS VAIiU, The youth familiarly known as Black George, a Queensland aboriginal, about soventeen yours of age, who was convicted at tho Moss Vale police court' on Monday last on a chargo of indecently assaulting Miss Alico Harrison, of Bowral,and who wa,s sentenced to ninety-six hours' confine ment in tho lock-up and ordered to rcceivo twenty lashos, was. awarded the latter por tion of his'punishment in a small enclosuro at the rear of tho polico station, Moss Vale, oav Wednesday afternoon last. This is the first Hogging that lias taken placo in Moss Valo and consoquontly tho event gave riso to a little excitement both among tho public of that town and also of Bowral where tl\e assault was committed. Added to the (act of its being the - first' caso was tho circum stance of both p/u'tics being woll-kuo.wn in tho district, tho' pjigonev as an iuooA'Vlgiblo young scamp \yho for a number of years was in tho service of Mr. P. £(. TUoi-sby, of the B.riarsj Mo...
HONESTY REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
HONESTY OTAHMJk A oamtat, story is.told of tho Duko of1 Buc-. cleuc.h, w.hoso death was auuouncod by cnble a few. days ago.. Early, one- ljaornbig. the, I)uke,. going among some farmers at Dal, ltQiJih,. bought two cowsrand.loft instructions to. hfiv.e them, driven to his estato. ". A lad was. qntrusted with. the. work,, but as they neared their destination the cows; became unmanageable,. and the youngster not know ing tho|Duko,, whom ho had over taken, cried out to,him,: Hero,, mnn, gi me a hand wi'-the beasts; and I'll gi,' ye half what 1 get." The JDuko did so, after binding the boy to. his promise. As they; neared the castle,, the D.uke disappeared, entered by a side-wayi. and in'a. changed garb, met the lad.. After- a fow moments' conversation, the D.uke gave his; butler a, sovereign for the lad,, and. hastily lie-dressing- as before,, got round, and. met the boy. whore- they parted. " Here,. m.un,"' said the.yo*ipgstert. ljere's sixpenoeI told ye I'd gi,*' yo- half; I got." Th...
DOCTORS WANTED IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
.DOCTORS: WASTED' IN IMJSSTA. The: paucity of medical men in.Russia and' the babits: of the rural population combine to make, tlio Russiau death-rate the highest in Europe. Excepting ilie. two capitals, where there are many German physicians, there is no. district in the ompire sufficiently supplied with doctors. According to the latest returns the average duration of life in Russia is only twenty-six years,. The mor tality among, infants is frightful. More than sixty per cen,t die before they reach their fifth year. Nearly two million children perish every year. Of 8,000,000 boys, only 3,770,000 attain the age of military service —that is to, say, their twenty-fifth year; and of these at least one million are foun,d, by reason of shortness of stature and weakness of body, unfit for military duties,
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. If there is one time more t^ji another when a woman should be alone, it is when a full line of clothes. comes down in the mad.. Women are in the. majority in England : and Germany, while in. France, there are only eighty-eight; females to, every hundred males-. Within, the last ten years;the Rothschilds furnished £100,000,000 in loans to Eng land, Australia,. Prussia,, France, Russia,and Brazil,. Out of 81,000- teachers in the public , schools of France,. 88,088 receive less, than 4'-10 salaryand only 0,7ft teachers, receive more than £10t.. A New- York correspondent states, that the convict whose sufferings were so graplii pjilly described in Dickens's " American Notes " was. recently released. The un happy man, failing to find refuge elsewhere, bogged to bo allowed to return to his .'old cell, and. he has died there.. 1 Common milt is mud to bo a cortain do jtruction to whito aula. Aliboral applica-. Lion is nccoHsary. Major Chard, ono of tlio defenders in Ror...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
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CABLE NEWS. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
C A B L E N E W S. (From (he Sydney Daily Papers.J LONDON, June.21. The technical commission which was ap pointed to consider tho question of the nav igation of tho Suoz Oiuial has approved of the proposal for widening the canal, and ft couimittec of inspection lias been appoin ted. , The oflicial liquidator of the Oriental Bank Corporation proposes to -withdraw £500,000 of tho Victorian assets for the purposes of liquidation. . : : Juuo 22. The Earl of Derby, scorotaty of state for tho colonics;* speaking at a banquet givon by Mr. Archer, latoagent-genoral of Queens land, in Jioiior of Sir ;Thomas Mcllwriatli, late premier of. Queensland, promisod to support any measure passodby tho Austral ian colonies for the exclusion of French crirainals, Juno 23. Tho details of tho agreement wliioli was recently ontered into; between tho British and l?rcnch governments in regard to Egy ptaiu affairs, have been announced dy .the government in . tho House of Commons. Franco ongagos not to occupy...
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION LONDON, Juno, 21. The details of the -agreement-which was recently entered into between tlie British and French Governments in regard to .Egyptian affairs,, have been announced by the Govern ment in the House of Commons. Prance engageBnot to occupy Egypt without the con ; sent; of England, and abandons tlio dual ; control scheme. The' British Govornmont agrees, to the neutrality of tlio Suosi Canal, based upon the conditions contained in Earl Granville's .circular despatch of January,; 1888. _ _ .... i-. ? Mr. Gladstone; in making the announce ment to. the House, iutimated that the agreement en tored into with France was entirely contingent upon the results of i the Egyptian Conference. He declared that j if Parliament rejected the terms of,-the agreement the government would resign.: No mention was made of the proposal'of the British government to guarantee a loan of £8,000,000 to Egypt; but it is understood that no refrenco will bo made to this matter until i...
OPENING OF THE KIAMA PIONEER DAIRY FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
OPENING OP THE KIA3IA PIO-NEKlt DAIRY I'AUTOltY.. This important event came off last Wodnos day, week and must be regarded aa a very successful affair. Had the directors, issuod a general public invitation tlio , building would have been so crowded that tho half of them would not bo able to see, much loss examino the process.of separation, and to avoid this private • invitations only woro issuod, first: to Messrs. Lock and. X5atesou, of the Fresh Food and Ico Company, of Sydney, and then to gentlemeu of public spirit representing the dairy interests.in Dapto, Albion Parle, Shollharbour, Jamboroo Kiama, and Gerriugong, and about seventy, including . tho two first mimed, put in an appcaraneo, and all were evidently well pleased with what they saw. Onfyone of the separators was used, and,, after the maximum speed was attaiued, about forty, gallons were put through - in about twenty minutes, and to see about ono-oighth of; it issue from one pipe puro cream,. and tlio other sov-iU-eighth...
Wesley an Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
Wesley an Church. . Services to-morrow, June 29 ■ Mittagong, at 11, supply ; at 7, Mv. Oslio'rna Bowral.nt 11, Mv. Gicgovy; at 7, Mv. Morris . Kungaloon, at 11, JBev. C. Olden j.-.afc?-, Mr. White llobertson, at 2.30, Dev.. 0. Olden Wild's Meadow, at 7, ltcv. O. Oldon Public Loot uro at Robertson at 7 p.m., by .Rev. C. Oldon on tho Drinking Customs o£ Socicty. Admission, freo; collection.
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
CHURCH SERVICES., ■ Glrnrch of England.. Services to-morrow, Juno 29 :.— Moss Vale, lit IL nnd 7 Sutton l-'ovost, nt ii Mount Aiiliby, at ii. •Christ.Chinch, Bohr. Bong^ will (n.v.) bo ie-opot)fid on '.Friday, July &lt;lth.: Thoro will bo liiviuq ■ soi'vicc at 11 with sonnon by .Itcv. George Shepherd, incumbent nC Bctvimiv, ■;■■■ ■ and colebiation of Uio Holy Coinmunioii. Tho Hccond servico will bo fit 3 p.n)., wheix' . the smnoii will—it is . hoped—bo pi-onched . by Ttlio Jl&v. Arthur Miiii, iiicuvubent of 8k John's,'.Dnrlinghurat', Sydney. Tho.offer '. torioH at both sorvioos will bo devoted to the chuvclvvostorutioa fund,. St. Simon ano St. Jumo's, BowitAt,. - SorvicoB every Sunday nt 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. OhilcUcu's service on the last .Sunday in tlio month ' ' at 8.15 p.m.
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 28 June 1884
COMMERCIAL. South Coabt and "NVuht Camm:n Co-opuiutive CoHPAKY, IiIMtTED. Butter, 1st, per lb.', 21,(1 to 2id : ; . „ 2nd, no demand Bacon, best Merimbula linnd cured, M to J Oil „ best', machine cured, 7d to 8Jd . i, heavy aud roiigh, fid to (Jd llainti, beat Merirnbnla, hand cured, 1h ,, nwcUivie cured, 8d to l)d isr Tbo bncon and hum uiarlsel is dull. Lard, 7d to Od • f - - Cheese lat, pot lb., Gd to 8d u Snil nnd inferior, .id to Gd lJiga, alive, por lb, 4.Jd to fid OhIvoh, oacb, 7s Od to 5}5s Oct Hides, per lli,.'Id Call skina, each, Is 3d to Is Gd Tallow, per tou, £2!) Os to ;G33 Os liraize, per bushel, is 3/1 to -|b (Jd, llay, ()atenvpor ton, £;>. Oa to £0 7s Cd' „ luccmo, do., £3 Osto £r> 7b Od Potatoes, do., ;C3 10s to, £-L fin Ocl : Fowls, per pair, 3b 3d to3a (J4 DucUb, do, oa Od to 5a Cfl Geese, do, 8s Od to 0s Od Turkoys, do, 7s Od to l-ls Od lSggs, per doz., Is 7d to la'Jd, dull Juno 20,188-1.