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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
"VTTANTED immediately, a smart intelligent V V LAD as apprentice to the Printing business. Apply ofliee of UiiB paper. ■ . . TTCfASTlS PAI'ER, 0 lbs. for Is.; ofiico of this V V paper. 17OR sale, ohonp, rooc!largo GIG umbrella . and STICK, ball and socket-joint complete. Free Press oiJice. 100 rr\ENDETlS are invited for cutting and drawing X 100 tons firewood to Diamond Drill at Oolo Vale. For particulars apply to J. J. RUANE, 192 - Mittagong. • rpo LET, a COTTAGE. near Bowral, with wide, JL hall,' eight rooms, pantry, kitchen, foundry;.and bath-room. Two-stall Stable, Buggy House, Orchard,. Underground Tank,: With about 6 acres. .of land.. Ten minutes' walk from railway station. Apply to WILLIAM ALCOHN, 103 . , ; Bowral. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned, on or before MONDAY, l-lth, July,;for the orection and completion of two Villa residences at Burradoo.. Plans and specifications may bo seen on applica-; tion to. Thos. Hoult'on, Austeimere, Moss Yale.; MANSFIELD BROS., ...
Coursing Club at Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Coursing Olub at Goitlbuni. At a meeting hold nt lhe ] loyal Hotel, Goulburn, lust wecls ii coursing club, to ho onlled tlio Goulbuvn Coursing Olitb, was Hucconsfully formed, Mr. J. &lt;7, lioliorlH occupiod tho oliftiv, and about thirty gentle men wero lncsont, Mr. Do Laurel staled Hint nt Bowral a great ninny pcoplo said that thoy would rather go la Goulburn for coursing, it a club woro formod there, than any other town in tho colony. Mr. Park,'Mr. Lamb, Mr. Loid.iuul otlicrs wondered why ono had not been Blurted long ago, nud stated that they would bo very glad to bo mwnbors, and run tlioir dogs thoro. Mr, Payton said that ho found frqn\ tho position ol tl}0 r|ico,courso that it was,quite suitablo for tho purpose, and, allhough ho had been on tho Waterloo Coursing Club ground in Melbourne nnd at Air. Tooth's, ho thought Unit if thoy succeed ed in getting the com eg, and had it arranged, thoy would linvo 11 bettor ground tlmn either of lho.se lie had mentioned. They would ...
Select Poetry. GOLDEN RECOMPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Select Jjcrctnj. GOLDEN llECOMl'ENSE. (' Oh I whevo are you going, my sweet, pretty maid ? Oh! whero arc you going?" said I; !' Willi your ruffs, and cuffs, and wonderful puffs, &lt;\wl the light in your merry eye ?" I'm going," sj)p crieiV, as she tripped away, " To tho hills, or the mountain's peals, Or down wlii'i'o lite restless, wild waves break, A husband for to seel;, to seek. A husband for to seek." Oli I what did you pain, my sweet, pretty maid ? Oh I what did you gain ?" I said I '.'With you sinilcs, and wiles, and your beautiful styles, And tho turn of your shining head ?"• •'Oh I what did I gain but a lovcrt sir,' And a wealthy man is ho; Oh I what did I gain but a lover, kind, A husband that is to lie, to bo, ' . A husband that is to, be.'' Oh I what has your laver, my sweet pretty maid ? Oh! what l\ns yonr lover ?" said I; " Has lie truth, nnd youth, a heart forsooth, That will Jovo yau till you die?" No youth haa my lover (fourscore and ten,). But his truth no...
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Concert, In eonscqucnco ot tlio very unfavourable stftto of tho wciUhei' up to a Into hour ycstorcliiy tlio commiUoo of tlio Dowral Club liftvo, us will bo soon by mlvortiH mcnt elsewhere, decided to postpone tlio concort, Announced to tnlto plnco this (Saturday) evening, until next Thursday week, 17th instant,.
ELLA WHEELER'S LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
ELLA WIIEELEll'S. LATEST# Oh, lovo I My love. I X could bust your wizen® In tlio howling craze, of my mad desire, I could toai' you asunder torn, dock to mizzcn, And roast your soul in a raging lira. I coiil11 ynnk your.lioart from your jumping, bosom, And drown your life in a sea of bliss— If I had- a million lives I'd lose 'cm, : I'or a: whooping whack at a fire-fringed kiss.. I could chew your car till the flashing gristle Collapsed like the crash of a wild cyclono. I could shriek in glee lilto a railroad whistle, And gnaw your ohin to the gloaming bone. I could swallow your breath as. tho. toper swallows ' The (icry fluggon of rot-gut rye. I could wallow in loyo as the hot hog wallows, In tho pliant depth* of. the backyard sty. I could snatch you bald in a holy minute,. And yell like a Yahoo to hear you squeak I could peel your hide from you head and pin.it \Vith fiery spike to ypur bul.ing heel..'' Ob, yes, I could hug you, and kiss you, and kill you, ' And yet my mad passion I...
Nicholson & Co's. Catalogue. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Nicholson St Go's, Catalogue. Wh lmTO roooivoil from Messrs. Nicholson and Co. of Sydney unil Melbourne, mi illnslmlod ontnlogno of pianos, organs, elo., in which livo designs and de scriptions of tho moat fnmoil instruments by Euro pean makers. Tho cataloguo contaiiis forty pagoa, all the engravings having hoon oxccnlort hy colonial artists. Tho printers aro Sands and JI'Dougall, of Mcllio.urnc,
THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
THE BANQUET. In the evening the. delegates attending the district meeting' were invited to. n ban quet'in- -Mr. 'Charker's large room, which banquet was a sumptuous affair, mid pre pared by Mrs. Charker in that lady's very best style. Between thirty nntl forty per sons sat down to dinnor. Alter a ploasaut discussion of the viands, Bro. Ellsmorq took the chair. Bro. George occupied tho vico cliair. The chairman proposed " The Qucon," which toast was drunk with tho ao companimont of a verso of tho national an them. — " ■ Bro. Georgo proposed " Tho Manchester Unity," which ho said was a toast of vory great importance, and rogretlcd that ho was unable to do justioo to tho same. Ho aslcod thorn to ilrink the toast in overflowing bumpers. Bro. T. Wilkio rosponded. Although an old Oddfellow, he could not ovon prosume to do jnslico to so important a toast, llo beqame a member of tho Manchester Unity so long ago that ho roally forgot when' it was. It was a stop in life ho never had oc casion...
GOULBURN DISTRICT I.O.O.F., MANCHESTER UNITY.—DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
fiOmtUKN DISTRICT r.O.O.F., TiIANCllRS TEIi U-NiTY".—DISTRICT JIGETim As briefly noticod in Inst issue the half yearly or district. mooting in connccliou with tho Gonlbum District I.O.O.F., Man chester Unity, was hold in the school of arts, Bowral, 011 tlio aftornoon of Thursday, 20th of June, commencing at thrne o'clock. Brother'.Tag. Dyball, P.G.M.;- 0r Yass, oc cupied tho clmir, having on his right Broth er Richardson, P.P.G.M., Strangors'Friend Lodge, and on his loft Brother Pallor, correspondent secretary; and thp following delegates were also in attendance, viz.:— Strangers' Friend Ladgo J. Kelly, P.G.; Prince of Wales'Lodge, G. Horforfc,'P.IsT.G.; Victoria Lodge, W. Wilkie, P.P.G.M., and A. Wilkio, P.G.; Burrangong Lodge, Messrs. Millard and Webstoiy Ps.Gij Murruinburrab Jas. Willcio, P. G.; Southern Cross Lodge (Mnvulan), W. 11. Fallow, P.G.; Taralga,— Lockard, l?.i^.G.; Marengo, W, Matthews, P.N.G.; Bqwral Light-house Lodge, D. EUsmoro, P.G.; Monaro, Thos. Willcio sour., P....
L.O.L. District Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
L.O.L. District Meeting; On Wednesday attornoon last tho delegates repre-/ senting tlio various Orange. lodges in tho Camdon district bold , their second quarterly, district meeting iir the Primitive Methodist Church, Bowral. Each quarter a different town is visitod.' On this occasion i there, were delegates from Picton, Camden, Camp I b'elltown, Moss'Vale, Burrawang, Kangaloon, and i Bowral. Matters affecting, the interests of these lodges were decided after abundant latitude was allowed for their fullest discussion. Tho sitting lasted ovor two hours, closing about five o'clock. The delegates wore then cordially invited to Mr. Charter's -largo room, whero a sumptuous repast— almost too numerous and varied to bo particularised, but comprising substantial edibles besides tho usual delicacies—awaited tho consideration of a score of gentlemen. Cool weather, long- journeys, followed by prolonged discussion in a room that lacked warmth, had exercised a marvellous influence, on the appeti...
PLEASURES OF AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
PLEASURES OE AN EDITOR . Editing a papor is a very pleasant business. If it pontaius top much political matter, i poopl.Q. won't havo, it; if tlio. typo is small, : they can't read it., If wo publish, telegraph ; repprts,, pooplo say they are nothing but lies, if wo. omit thom. they say wo havo, no | enterprise,, or suppress "them for political I effect,] Jf wo havo in a.few jokes,, folk,t say : tha,t wo are nothing but a, vattlohoacl, ;; if . wo om.i.t jpltoa,. thoy say. wo. aro an old fossil. If wo publish original' matter, they-1)1$trap .us'fpr lipt giying selections,; if we publish selcoli.ons, folks say that we are lazy, fpr no.Vwriting more, and giying; tliem what th,oy havQ. read: in somp other paper.,' If wo givo.a publio man complimentary noticos we are censured for being, practical; if wo. .do not, all,hands s;iy wo are. an uncouth ibear, If wo insert an. article, which pleases tho ladies, men bocomo jealousif wo. do, not cater- to. their; wishes, the paper- is. not fit to...
THE AMERICAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
TIP AMERICAN GIRL,. " The American girl is champagny,"- says an Italian; to tec. "She. is, glittering, foamy, bubbjy, sweet, dry, tart—in a word 'fizzy! She. has not that dreamy, magical murmury, lpveableness of our Italian girls. And yet thoi;e is a cosmopolitan combina tion, in the. American girl tha.t makes her a most attractive coquette in. her frankness, in her pardonable frivolity, in liQr being a phenomenon, of veritable intriguo ! You mjiy lose your head, easily with her in a week, and in. the way of recollecting what you had said: to her yesterday, for sho is gifted with, rtjemory; but your heart—jam ais.takes a longer time for that. But be sure sho will have both, sooner or later, i and, like a true belle, will sing to you amid ; sighs, and smiles. I don't believe she is j half, as mercenary as she talks—in the vein ; of '• what female heart can gold despise ?! | Yet she gives.you a strong impression, that the Alpha and Omega of life are a, modiste ' and; a millionaire. My...
CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS;, We are frequently iii receipt of schedules, catalogues from business, ifirms, pamphlets extolling some compound,, &o., with. ' please give uh a notico" demurely slipped in at tlio oloso. Tho ohjeot of tho sondortf af theso is simply to got an advertisement without paying for it. Tluit is an aim wo tnoct with deadly opposition, and conscquon ly wo taUo this opportunity of informing them that thoy may as woll savo their pos tago stamps. On application, wo will sup ply thom with our advertising rates, and will bo happy to do logitimato businoss with thom. But wo steadfastly rofuso to adver tiso thoir businoss and wares for nothing, espocially when by so doing wo would in somo casos be, perhaps, injuring local iirros whom wo numbor amongst our constituents. Somo folk soom to imagino that newspaper people oan livo on nothing. For our part wo aro so convinced of our inability to accomplish tho feat that wo don't intoud to try; thoroforo, no noticos without a...
Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Wesleyan Churchy Services to-morrow, July 0 :— Millagoug, al ll, Mr.Morris; at 7, Mr. Gregory Bowral, at 11, Xtev. C. Olden; at 7, liov. T. R. McMicliaol Knusfllooii, at 11, Mr. AVftlsli j ot 7, Mr. Rnwnrd ltobertaon, at 7, Mr. Wnlah Mobs Yule at 3, opon-nir service; and at 7, a pnWio evangelistic service in the Oddfellows'Hall.
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
OFFICIAL CO'RRESPOK MOT. Tin! following''letters lmvo been roceivecl i by. Mr. McOourfc, M.L.A.:— Department o£ Lands, Sydney, 23rd 'of Juno,— ! Sir,—I lmvo the honor to acknowledge recoipt of your letter-on the lftth instant, asking for a'sum of £300 to cover coat of" improving tho r'ooroation i roBcrvoat Fitiiroy. Watorfalls.;, In reply I beg to inform you that the application lias been duly noted and will be placod beforo the secretary * of lands, in ; common with others of a liko nature, whon' deal ing with tlio distribution of tho amouufc. voted by tho Parliament.' I am, &o.,Ciiatilj;s Omveu, under secretary, - : Department of Lands Sydnoy, 23rd June,—Sir,—. I havo the :honor to aokuowledgo recoipt of your letter of lGtli instant; aslcing' for a: sum of £75,- tor i rocroation resorvo ut Mittagong. In reply; I bog to inform'.you i that the application has beon. duly i noted, and. will bo ijlaocd before ■ the secretary fors lands, in common with others of a like naturo, I...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THIS FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO THE EDITOR OP THIS FM3I3 MIESS. Sin,—In your issue of tho 28th ultimo I am miido to appear to havosaid to 0110 of tlio Vigilance Committee that tho average atten dance at tlio liowral public school was 180, and that tho pupils had to bo taught in tho lavatory aud. woatlioi--.shod because there 'was insufficient room in tlio school. Now,' 'this statomonfc, liiado at tho Vigilance Oom mittoo mooting, is untrue, and if allowed to go unchallenged would certainly injure me, When asked by 0110 of .the Vigiluucc Com mittee for information regarding tho public school, I stated that tho average attendance was nbonr 127, and tlio number on tlio roll :was about 180. -I mado no remark about tho lavatory or weather-shod; neither did I say tho building was too small. I simply suggested that in the ovent of any action being taken by tho Vigilance CommiUeo tho best plan would bo-to invito tho minister of public instruction to consider the propriety of building a now primar...
CABLE NEWS. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
CABLE NE W S. (From the Sydney Daily Paper*.) LONDON, Juno 27. Mr. Gladstone will meet the volo of censnrotobo moved against tho. government by Sir ;Stafiford Northcoto with (i direct nogativo. Tlio death is announced of tlio IJcv. J.'Baldwin Drown, tlio woll-laiawn Independent minister. Two escaped conviotH from New Caledonia who wero stowaways on hoard tlio barquo Ucrland, have been arrested at Swansea on the arrival oMlio lmr qiic there. Tho prisoners hnvo been handed aver to tho French authorities. to I>o dealt willi. l'Jio Marquis; and Marchioness of Normnnby and the members of tlioir suito arrived at Liverpool yostordny from America. Lady Normnnby has bcon benefited greatly by the trip homo, her health boing much improved. ' In tho Houso of Lords last night Earl Carnarvon gavo notice of his intontion to move a voto of oon suro on the Government on Tuesday next, Tho Franchise Jiill was road a third titno, and finally passed b,y tho honso of eommonn last night, i Mr. Gladsto'...