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JUVENILE FLORAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
JUVENILIS FLORAL SOCIKTV. TO TUB EMTOlt OP T1IK llOWltAlj 1'llBK TltEHS, Sm,—Knowing n« I do Dial you take a deep and kindly interest in ovory inovuinent tlint ift pub for ward to intorosb both young nnd old m this pur fining diHtriot, I um hold enough-to unk you lo spare mo a litllo Bpaco—uml now to tho i>oint. AVo havo all sorts of amusement for tho adult and for tho young mon, such a» cricket, football, and quoitn; but wo havo not got rç juvonîlo floral society. whoro tho children of both boxos ooiild bô interested. iïow. sir, I havo known mich societies to go ahead and work splendidly. I have givon atiany lectures to snob societies, taking with '»no pots, soil, nnd cut tinge, nnd thoroughly explaining to tho ciuldrou tho way to mako tho putting,; to pot it., and tho treat ment of it nftor potting : I should toquilo willing to dp tho sui\io again if such a sooiety coutd bo siavtert. I ' think there nro plonty ' in tho diatriot that would willingly give cuttings, or ovon a litt...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
LOCAL BREVITIES. Attractions ever]'where next Monday! Heavy thunderstorm on Thursday even ing. . ' Banquet, to Sergeant Latimer next Thurs day. . Church of England Sunday-school picnic takes place to-day. Bowral O.G. v. Lismoro (Sydney) 0.0. at Bowral on Monday. No business of importance at Moss Yale police court on "Wednesday. No clue has yet been obtained of the per petrators of the reoent Commercial : Bank robbery. Tue lîev. Canon Sharp will preach at St. Simon and St. Judo's. Bowral, to-morrow morning. Picnic at Bundauoou to-day (Saturday) in connection with tlie Hope of Bundanoon Lodge, No. 105,1.O.G.T. Cur prize essay on "• the best way to opon the Bowral school of arta" appears in another column of to-day's paper. Opening meeting B.owral Literary and Debating Spciety in school of arts on Mon day eveniug. All invited. We understand that another design for the new church will be exhibited outside St. Simon and St. Judo's to-morrow. We hear that Mr. W. H. Biley, proprie tor of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
gïcfo geni* febíi. (ftanjgnütíaticni to'îis. X BIRTHDAY CARDS. W. & D. L. BEER liftvu just rcccivod ft G HAND SUPPIiV in tlio . above lines. , Tlioy tiro now oponed, and Liulios of lJowral anil the Horn ma; ' : DiHtrict mo moat leBpcotfully invited to pity u víhíI oí iiiHpeetion, and niako early Holections for sending to Knglaml and olsowhoro. In our largo und . olioico collection llio rosourccH ot nyl ¡Btic twite uro displayed to jminomm ridvimtrifio ; and nil pornoim aro mire to find soinolliiiiß (hat will suit thorn lis well lis it tlioy purchased in Sydury; OUJt I'lUCES will also bo found . to bo quito as low w moat Sydnoy retail honscH. Trisca—One Fenny Each up to Seven Shillings and Sixpence Hack. W. AND ' D. L. BEE3Í, Freo Prosa Book ancl Stationery Dopofc.1 BONG BONG-STREET, BOWRAJj.
CONCERT AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
CONCERT AT ÏÏITTACOXfi. The Presbyterians of Mittagong, desirous of raising funds towards tbo croction of a now church in that town, organised a concert which took place on Friday evening. Alst ultimo, in the building temporarily used for divine scrvico by the members of that church. It must have boon extremely grati fying to the promoters of the concert to see the public so largely respond to tlicil* invita tion to enjoy an evening's entertainment at the trifling cost of a couple of shillings. The building, which would perhaps comfortably seat a couple of hundred, was crowded to excess; and many persons, while not unable to obtain admission, wore precluded tho pos sibility of obtaining sitting accommodation. The room was nicely and tastefully decorated with ferns and other greenery, while the stago arrangements sccnjed fairly satisfac tory. The affair had boon well worked up by an energetic cominittoe coinprtsod^ of Messrs. J. J. McRoberts,'11. and J. Napier, A. McNaught, II. Child...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
Wbnfoiián Church. Services to-morrow, November í) :— 'MUtngong, at 11, Mr. ltaward ; al 7, Jíov. C. Olden Vawrnl, ill 11, Kov. (J. Oldun ; al7, Mr- OrcRory-." Knngalntfn, at 11, Mr. Walsh ; ut 7.ÎS0, ■■Mr. WJiito Jlolicrlsnn, lit 7.80, Mr. WalHh Mosb Yule (Odd Col Iowa' Hall), r.t 8, Dev.. 0. OMon : and friends.
ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
St. .SvKPtiBs's,- Mittaoono. ScvvicoB over,y Sunday at ] 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; anil (list Sunday in the month, tit 3 p.m. Colo Yalo, every Sunday, nt 8 p.m. Lower MitlftRonf;, second Simdny In tho month, nt 8. Jolloro, fourthSunday in tho month, at 8 p.m. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 8 November 1884
WANTED a General SERVANT. Apply Mrs. O'Byrne, Kilmanton, Mittagong. 374 &nbsp; WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the Dress- &nbsp; making. Apply to Miss Gibbons, Bong Bong-street, Bowral. 380 &nbsp; &nbsp; WANTED,' 200 POSTS for Wire Fencing (blue . f-'imi, bos, or bloodwood), Oft. 9in. lontî, •7in. x-2Jin. at, small end. Send.prico to W. MUB > L>OCH,"Bowral. 883 LETTS'S .DIARIES FOE 1885, )N SALE at tho Freo Pes« Book and i Stationery Depot, Bowrai, Ivom Is. /)(1. upwards. MRS. PHILLIPS, DllKSSJIAKKIl, Benton Cottage, Merrigang Road,; BOWRAL. 323 TO TRESPASSERS. A NY PERSON or LVireons found Trespassing in XX my paddock will bo prosecuted. HENRY E.' .TONES, 891 Annerley, Doug Bong. NOTICE. A LL LIVE STOCK of any description found in :J7jL' my paddock will bo impounded without fur tlier notice. rtENllï E. JONES, 892 ' Annerley, Bong Boiig. A. RITTER, PjUNTEIVG-^aineh, Dkooiiatkh, (to., cVo., Ai'gylo-street, MOSS VALE, and Bong Bong-ntreut, BOWBAL. Paperh...
HOW OUR RAILWAYS ARE MANAGED. AN ENLIGHTENED RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
now; OUR. RAJ MY AYS Mil') MA.iYAG.FJ), an] exljgjitrnhp; r.ulk> SoMiü- short, tñpp, ^iiieo. saya.'the G.otißvrn Penny Po»f-,-a4 ljiiilstvr.y- nccideut, fortunately unattended) wiLh, lpss. oí lifo, occurred at Colo Vale., Thp. aiïjiijr- was witnessed by a, I fettler,. audi na, apcoupfc oHt forwarded to us 'by liirn. In spm.Q.w.ay tjie authorities came, to hear, ofV it, man, has been! dis missed.. In this; nipetepnth. century, in a community, that boaßts.of the.liberty extend ed to allits.members,,a,public- seivant lias .actually, bpen. dppriy.ed, of, his situation foi; affording, ipformation, tp.the. public, press. There is,a, r.ule ip,force, in, thp. railway de partment., that- apy, liçirdenedi sippeç guilty of tho heinous, crime, öf;act[nüin¡¡¡îig^the pub lic of-circiimstances. that occur on tho, rail ways, of. this,colony.,, w.h.ioh. ar,o. thp.pi:ppoi;ty. of the peoplo, is.liable, to, dismissal; This is in. New. Sputli. Wales, not in Russia; or Lapland. Ilenceforth, tho.railwa...
Proposed Lawn Tennis Club for Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
Proposed. laTOij 31euj#. Club,, i'or Boirai;' Wiî are plensçd,to nptiçe.ttyat a movement is being made to form alawn tonñiB elu'o.in.Uowral. Atten tion is directed to an advertisement elsewhere giving full particulars of the proposed step. Wo hopo tho promoters will bo, ably,'seconded; by,' tho public in their efforts loading, to.the.oatiiblishment of a,club which provides for both, sexes healthful,and innocent récréation and.amusempnt..
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. HOOP V. LAWLER AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
SUPREME COURT, SifEY, lipop 'v. IiAWLEB-ANr», ANpTHEIi.. •'On Tuesday,* November 4_th, ;in,Jj¡ciuily, before'.*his. [Honor tbo Primary Judgo, tho.abovecasc camp on., Mr. A. H. Simpson and Mr. . W..G;, .^aliter, in structed by Messrs., Fitzhardiiige and'Lucas,' for'Mr. G. B. Nichols, of Moss V.ale, for the plaintiff : Dr. Bv SI.-Sly,' instructed by Mr. A. Ashton Shorter, for for tho defendant Lawler ; Mr. Knox, instructed by ..Mr, Marshall, for the defendant Cullon. This was a suit to "have a lease declared valid. On the 1st February, 1882). tl,\e plaintiff, Thomas Hood, I agreed toneasB.Tátteraali;s Hotel, ; Moss „Talo, from tlie detcndank, John Thomas Lawler, for a term of five yoars j but the lease was not executed on the usual form nor registered under the provisions of tjio Eeal Property Act ; there was also no endorse ment upon the deed.. On the 3rd December, 1883, défendant Lawler sold the property to defondant, John Çullen ; and plaintiff alleged that Cullen threat ened tiiat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
3PRI25E STORY for F$EE PRESS. ITH n view of promoting and encouraging literature in the district, and from a ilestro. to improvo our journal« by the publicat ion of original articles, wo liavo dcoiilcd to offer ii prize of two guineas for tlio best original Australian Christmas story for publication in tho Bowrnl Kiec Press, to commeuco on Saturday, 20th liecombor. Competi tors will please observo the following rules :— , ¡.1. Tho tale nnist ñótéxcóed in length twelve or^í» nary newspaper columns, and must bo wrilten only on one side of tho paper. 2. All contributions to become tho property of tlio proprietors. • 31 Tho proprietors reservo tho right to publish tho 8ooond best story on payment to tho writer of half a guinea. ■1. ' Competí torsmust forward thoir contvibulions to the undersigned not lalcr that Decembor 10. Tho first instalment of the prize story to appear in Freo Press of Saturday, 20th Docombcr.., ... . ■ • " AV. & D. L, BEBI», i Proprietors, Freo Tress and In...
Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
Sunday School Picnio. The picnic of St. Simon aïid St. Judo's Sunday •. Fchoo] Was held on Saturday. Tho weather during the first piivt of the titvy was dull, but thp afternoon was bright and pleasant. Tlio childron assembled at ton o'clock at the church where a short service was hold; after which they marched, with banners flying. to Mr. l&lt;\mston's paddock. Games' of various, kinds were entqrod into vigorously, and a very plea-, sant day was spent. In the afternoon there wore races for toys, &lt;Vo. ; and at five o'clock, when the ■children weru beginning to got tired with tlioir oxer-, lions, the start for home was made, and thoy marched : "Hack, singing us they walked - along. -Tito, whole went off without any hitch, and owiñjt lo tho libomlily of subscribers there will ho a fair balanco in hand' for tho Sunday-school library.
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1884. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
;. ®ïjc §a(y t-ai Jfrcç Jjress. Do as adversaries do in law, ■Strive mightily, but eat and drinJç aift'iends. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER'12, 1881. UltmSH AND FOREIGN BIRLE SOCIETY, On Wednesday evening last U>Q ftuunal meeting of tho Bowrál branob, New South Wales auxiliary, of the British and.Foreign Bible Socioty was held ii^'th.d school of arts. The attendance was very small, probably •lesa khan 'thirty persons,,., including >. the . speakers; being present. ïhd:Rev. ô. ü.lden, president 'of the ¡society, pvosided, anfión y the'pliltform were'the Bôvs/ J. AV.. p.obenr ';jbam, B: Jennings, and Ii. :T. Hills^. deputy .'froirrSydiiey. Dovational'er.ercisps. having been made the'ehairman ■■ delivered, a short address'. 'At the last' annual meeting hoi lmd'i' in ' his 'absence, been elected . presi dent. of the society; a fact which his-wife Lad learned. oulyva* lew hours, pvovioutily, and Nvas consequently- greatly, surprised.: His duties;\vhich had not boon very.'Ojftçiv •'ous,' were...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884
LO C AT KlîKVITIES. About thirty couples attended the ball at Moss Vale last Wednesday. The reccnt Flower Show at Cnmdeu was a groat success—£150 being taken. The government proposo establishing a public school at Long. Reach, near Mariilan.* r..,.:Pinî8it,toudorsare: inVited for tho erection of school buildings at Myrtle Creek, noar i'icton. Mas. M. Càruioan, an old and very muoh respoefcod resident cf Marulan, and till re cently proprietress of .the Royal H[oteHheye¿ died last wéólt. - ■■■'■' r ' ' ïiik Bowrnl Club picnic on Monday was fairly successful, but a sufticiont was not realised to dofray the debt of ¿CIO ou tho institution. Tiie cricket match on Monday between the" Bowral. aud Lisinore (Sydney) O.O's. resulted in a' drawn game, tho'scoros for -both innings lo.( tho ^yo"clubs' being tho same. Deautipui, weather provailed throughout the district on Monday, and the various co\ .cbratióii^ of-the l1 nuco af Walesv brrthcb.y were overywlicvo attended;: .with much en thusiasm....