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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
90WBAL I>OST OFFICE.. Mails closo for nil- stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) . For Kangaloon and Ro'uertaon 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays .excepted,). Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangalooa and Kobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays qxcopted.)' Mails arrive from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral; Money Order Oflico closes at G' p.m. Post Oflico hours from. 9.a.m. to G p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery ol letters, &o., only, from 9 to 10 a.m.. telegraph Office hours from: 9 a.m. to. 8- p.jn-,, (Sundays excepted.) Maila closo for all; stations south at 9,30, p.m;, Sundays exported.) Government Savirigs Bank open, from 9, a.m.. to 6 •m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
INTELLIGENCE. DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land nnd Insuranco Agent, ROBERTSON. 102 DR. JAMES C®ANT BLACK Visits Picton on Wednesdays and ■ Satuudays and c(in bg consulted there betweon the Lours of 9 and 11 a.m. . Ill DR. W. MIDDLETON Cun bo consulted daily nt Mns. Gray's, - Cannonduiiy ; Cottage, : MITTACjONG, ' 184 MEDICAL. Dn, R. DENNETT JONES can be consulted d&lt;iily at his rosidoneo in Bowral and at Moss Valo every Thursday morning between 11 and 12.30 at Mrs. Lovell's, Throsby Villa. J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insuranqo Agent, Ao., Ac., Opposite llailway S.tatiop, BOWRAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer! Land, Estate, and General Oojnmission Agont, MOSS VALEt Agont for Victoria Fire Insurnnco Company. MEDICAL, Dn.. MADDEN Will visit Bowral on Saturday (foronoon) in con nection with tho Oiidfollows. • Mossagos may bo left at Mrs. Wilson's.. JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Land and Esstato Agont.. All transactions it; the above lino will rccoi.ve tho greatest care a...
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
ricultnval Socictyv The scooiul annual meeting of. tlio Herrimn. District Agricultural Society will bo. held nt Main tare's Boy nl Ilolcly Moss Valo, on. Saturday, nt which all : subscribers to tlie society are iuvilod to attend. Nominations for the various.- ollljies havq been re ■ ceivwl.by t.ho secretary, and ballot papers have been fovwarded to. all. the members, to complete, their respective parts in tlie forthcoming elections. Sov en.ty-llueeo gantlqmen have.been, nnuiinatod'as com mitlcpraoii, anil us only thirty-six can lis e!eclecl>. Mventy-sevon names must bo erased oil the list. Wo hnyo beep requested to ask members to return tho br.Jlot papers' to.tho secretary, Mr. $ Graham, at Mflss Vale, before noon on Friday, 25th instant, to prevent Qoy unnecessary delay in tho despatch of business on tho following day.
The Bowral Free Press. Do as adcersaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
% 1'ioivirnl Jfrcc '|]vxss. Do as adrcnai'it'* do in law, Sh ire mightily, bid cut and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1881. Thh postmaster-general's report for the ycai 3883 is, us it always is, u bulky volume and compressed within its voluminous pages is sufficient information ooncoruing tho postal and telegraphic busiuoss dono in this colony to satisfy tlio most exacting critic. I Therein is contained the exact amount of business transacted by every post-oilieo in the country—the number of letters, news papers, parcels, and post cards that are dis patched ; Iho number of telegrams sent; money-orders paid and issued; savings banks' deposits made; aud a vast amount of other information that goes towards com pleting perhaps the most interesting roturn issued by the government annually,, inas much as regarding its contents we are all more or less interostod—at least all of us who evince any concern in the progress of the country ju which we live, and who watch the building up of...
MOSS VALE AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
MOSS VALE A5IATEUR, DRAMATIC CLUJi. The first half-yearly meeting of members of tlie above club was held in ille Oddfellows' ball, Moss Vale, 011 Monday evening last when tho following members were present, viz.Messrs. J. S. Hyo^no, A. Bitter, W. Eook, Et. Harden, 0. Taylor, J. Digman, W. Lindsay, H. Bichardsori, and D. L. Beer. Mr. Bitter occupied the chair' dui'ing the earlier part of the proceedings, .and Mr. Beer during the latter. Tho minutes of the previous meeting having been read and con firmed, the secretary, Mr. Hyams, presented the members with a verbal report and bul anco-sheet, which were remarkably charac teristic for their brevity. Mr. Hyams has lately been so busy in successfully) ostablish inga m,en's club at Moss Vale that he was wil lingly excused for haviuginadvertontly omit ted preparing the report and balance-sheet which forms so fundamental a part of every!half-yearly or yearly meeting. The treasurer's book having been duly audited, it was found that after pay...
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ON RAILWAY STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ON RAIL WAY' STATIONS. Dumng the years 1881 and 1882, the follow ing sums have boon expended on alterations and additions to following railway stations, the wholo of which has been done by day labour Colo Yale, 1881, £297 16s. lid. 1882, £1617 4s. 2d. ; Mittagong, 1881, £2063 17s. 5d.; 1882, £872 5s. 5d.; Bow ral, 1881, £279 17s. 4d.; 1882, £278 16s. 5d. Austermere, ■ 1881, £191 8s. 8d.; the siding for the Berrima Goal Company cost £1228 18s. 8d. ; Mo?s Yale, 1881, £76 5s. (3d.; 1882, £1219 18s. 6d.; Meryla plat form cost £33 16s. lOd.; Bundanoon, 1881, £581 lOd. lOd. ; 1882, £697 13s. 7d.; Ba ker's Siding, 1881, £127 Os. 8d.; 1882, £874 18s. 4d.; Cable Siding, 1881, £13 8s. 6d.; Wingello Siding, 1882, £662 lis.; Barber's Creek, 1881, £19 5s. 8d.; 1882, £4 7s. 2d. The parliamentary x-eturu from which the above was extracted was moved for by Mr. Poole, who strongly objects to such large sums being expended by day la bour instead of by contract. In 1881, £88,482...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
THE BO WEAL FREE PRESS is published overy SATURDAY MORNING. SnnsoiuPTioNa Sixteen Shillings (10b) a your; or 4s per quarter pf tluco wontlis,payablo in advance. If booked, £1 ycr your, ox Ga por quarter, Quarters end March pi, Juno !!0, Septombor 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscribers dcolino, by giving a week's (votico ill writing direct to tho ollico, and guying to. tho end of tho thon running quartor, Advuiihsino:— Advertisements arc charged for at tho following jftto each insertionSixpence per lino up to fivo JinoB; one inch, Us; every additional inch, la Od, with a reduction of onejourth for thirtcon consecu tive insertions, and of one-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, fcnd Deaths, 2s Od eacb. ^dvo^tisqraent booked ur.dor Is. Od. JoimiNa Dkpahthent Business Cards. : Hand-bills ■ Bill-heads Labels Catalogues, Fosting Bills Circulars Programmes. i&c., i&c., &e., >V. and D, L. BEER, Proprietors. THE FREE...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
CATTLE AND. SHEEP.. Bates for- conveyance of cattle fat per truck) to HomcbuBli are aB follows:—From Goulburn, £4 4s ;■ Marulan, £3 10s 8d ;• Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8b ; Mittagong, £2 6s ; Picton,. £1 10b. Rates, for conveyance of sheep (at per truck) to Homebusb are as follows:—From Goulburn, £3 13s 1(1; Marulan, £3 5b 7d j Mobs Vale, £2 12s; Bowral,, £2 8s i Mittagong, £2 6s ;■ Pic toil, £110s..
Harold Netherly; OR THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Harqlcl Netherly; PP., THE; G- A ME 0 F' L I; F E... CHAPTER. VIL Clutching, the red grapes. Of passion and power— Ah, tlioy wore wild grapes,. Cankered and sour." ' Jp steel, nerves and an iron self-possession are the stuff of which, groat soldiors. aro made,, Harold Nothorly should, have been a general. Beforo the checked, pulse. of; his companion could, beat again,.lie had com-, prch ended, mastered the situation, and in stantly. advancing towards the instructive, lady, with both, lijinds extended to. grapp hers in joyous welcome, he. exclaimed:. "Madame le Blajic !• Well,, this is a de-. liglitful surprise!; I dicl npt l.ook.for you, till the day after to-morrow, at the earliest.. Welcomq !. welcome welcome !?' ho added,, emphasising each repetition, of the word by a distinct, hearty shake of the,, in; her tupn astounded,, lady's, passive hands. "You. came to Truro, by rail,, of; course.?;' he quickly went 011. tp, say" but how. thence ?" "In a fly which two. horses could hardly...
Bowral Vigilance Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Bownil Vigi.laiicc Coiiiinitlco, TniiHH was 110 mooting of tins commitfoo on Monday evening lust, through n quorum not being got together at tho siniio time. Now, wo would suggest that in future tho lamp ho lit ill Ujg. soljppl of arts at 8 o'clock, and not put out too quickly—no harm to allow a quarter of an hour's gruco. At proscnt tho pliico is not lit up till a quorum collects togothcr outsido, which has Us inconvonieneos. It would ho 111010 pleasant for the quorum to, collect together inside—at any rato on a cold, damp night. Wo merely throw out the suggestion for what it is worth, at the same time bclioving that tho moating fell through on Monday evening from this oauso. Con sidering tho importauoo of tho, business in hand now,the committco can ill afford to lose a single meet ing, and porhaps it would bo as.woll to.have a moot ing next Monday night.
GLADSTONE'S POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
GLADSTONE'S POWER., TrtE scries of. speeches Mr. Gladstone lias : delivered, iji thp.pi'esent session (says a,Lon don. paper),aro described, ap. equal,to, any ''thing., lip has.ever done, and.he once mor,e stands out in bold and unapproachable :relief from. his. colleagues, ap tn.e supreme oratorical master of the House of Commons. ;Pooplo may say what they please about. ; Lord riartington's.gpod. seuse and; tact,, and 'in.Mr.. Gladstone's." aljsenoe may begin, to hint that he ip.thp safer leader. But thp ■old, man ha£.pnly. tQ. Qojnp bftpk. £fcnd, malip one of his groa.t" speeches,, aud thp inane . ex.ubpra.uco of, lijs friends aud tljo silenco 'and inaction, of; his foes once more remind: the House thg,.t there, is no, one like him. There has. been,.it is said,^a, strange revival in. h jin. of. the lov.o. of- pow.oi:.. Hp has not, and; neve? had, thp. l^emptest; intention of dropping into the house of I^eers.
Business Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Business Change*, Mh. A\*. T. SiswkHj, who. Iiiih lii'L'ii currying oil business ns u butcli«r nt l.iowrul liming Hit; puat four years, lins, uh will bo Been l),v advertisement elsu \yhoic, (Imposed of liifl business to Mi'. ii. BnMge, auctioneer, of Bownil, who in,tends continuing tbo business as heretofore.
THE KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
THE KISS; I. Its Necessity.—It is very- esaential'to the happiness of a. young lady,, when partiug from her. lover. It is also, his claim, to conciliate, and cheer her on., various oc casions. II. Its Happiness.—The height of human bliss, is. centred in a lciss, especially to young gentlempn. when, they can obtftjn one. .III. Its Character.—It ig.soft, pure,sweet, and invigorating,, conveying, indescribablo emotion to the. different parties; engaged ill; the delightful task,, creating, joy. unspeak able to the soul.. . IV. Its Shape.—It varies in length, breadth,, size, and thickness, according to the mouths.of the. different parties imprint ing it. It may be spherical, convex, curved', oiv horizontal,. The shape,, however, is im material; V. Its. Application.—It is applied by lovers 011 every opportunity, that presents itself. Its application is very general, being used, in every known country, and by all classes of persons.. We should view in this light, always to perfprm, the agr...
EDUCATED FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
EDUCATED FLIES. Making tlio rounds of tho ton-cont shows on Marketrstrcot, tlio reporter of a Sun Fran cisco paper found ono of tho least pretentious of them to bo well worth tho money inves ted. It was that of tlio " Educated Flics." Tlio loarned pig ho had scon, tho acconv plished eanarios ho was familiar with, and tho trained llcas, but educatod flics wore something now. On entering tho littlo show-room, near Sixth-stroct, thcro was so littlo by way of paraphernalia and adorn ment that tho first impression was hardly favourable. Rut approaching a glass show cason tho attention is at ouco riveted upon tlio performing insects, ai;d tho longor ono looks tho more his interest and wonder gro.ws, '■' Prof." Conghlin, tli,o showman and trainor of tlio accomplished bluebottles, stands bohind the collator with a tiuy prod ia his hand, and as ho points, out tho. pec uliarities and accomplishments of his per forating pupils, with it, occasionally goads t]i,om gently as a stimulus to greater...