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Railway Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Jlailwuy Returns., The following ia a rot'urn of llio trnllic to and from. Bowrnl rnilwny station during tlio month of Juno, 1881:—Inwnvflu: goods, 885 tons lOowt.; coal, 12 tona; parcels, 327 ; b.M'scs, 1; cfirvingcs, l; dogs, GSJ, Outwnrds: goods, CO tons; pnssongoi'a, 512 ; pui'cels, 201; dogs, •!!).'—Q. Bennett, station-master.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
INTELLIGENCE. ANTED, one or two acres of LAND, witlior without house, snitablo for Market-Garden purposes. -Apply by lettor to X.Y.Zv, Freo Press oflleo, Bowr&l, 210 "YTTANTED immediately, a smart intelligent VV. LAD us apprentice to tho Printing businoss. Apply oilico of this paper. W 'ASTE PAPER, 6 lbs. for Is., offloo of this papor. T..08T;&lt;• between • Bowral and Roborton Park, JLl ladyls 'plain, gold koyless WATOI-I. Howard ondolivciy to ISTr. J. G. Morris, Bowral. 200 ^T^NDETiS will be' received up to 21st of July, JL 1881, for &lt;l)o motion and completion, of SHOP, «fc DWELLING at-SEittagoug, . , ■ • Plans and specifications : can bo scon at T. N. Morgan's store, Jlifctngong, to whom londera aro .to bo sent. 205 I: OST, in Bowral yesterday, a CHEQUE for £2, J drawn in favor of self on Commercial Bank, Bowral. Payment stopped. 212 F. WYLIE; Bowral. I70R SAL®, -a-ftno- lot. of LAYING. HENS. - Apply J. JACOBIE, Tailor, 203 ■ - Bowral. TO LET; a COTTAGE...
Resignation of Mr. Tooth, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Hesitation of 31 r. Tooth, M.L.A. In tho Legislative Assembly on Tuomlny lust, Mr. Deputy-Spenliei nniiouucuil tlmt ho hnil rcpoivod (\ mcptmgo from Mr. Hubert Luciih Toolli, member for Moniuo, resigning liin neat us a n\onibcr of tho House, Air. Stimrt moved that tho rosigmUion bo nccoplod, anil fchiH tho scat bo declared vacant, 'l'ho motion wub ngrpcrt to. '
Select Poetry. COME BACK. "We return, we return no more."—Greek Chorus. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
COMK HACK. '' We roturn, wo return no more."—Greek Chorus. By Wiu.iAJt 13. Padoh. Come buck, I cry, but cry in vain I Lost youth returns no mora; _ Ships that go sailing o'er the main, Those may come hack to shore : But Yonth—0 droams of lost delights 1 Is quenched in Nature's cud less nights. Come back, I cry, but cvy in vain 1 Lost Youth no answer yields, The rose that lust your graced tho plain Thin your may Hush the fields, But Youth—0 star ol life's bright truck I Who ever \yiitchod it trailing back? Come hack, I cry, but cry in vain 1_ Lost youth no more returns ; Love, dying, springs to life again From out funereal urns; But Youth—0 (lame of strong desire.I; Who can relight tho anciqtil; ijro ? Tho moon, in questioning, is dumb J. Sun, stars, arc silent too. I Where'er at Nature's shrine wo come, She whispora. nothing new. The world in, old, tho world is cold. Since Lp^t Vouth lies, beneath, thf mould..
WHEN I AM DEAD. WHEN I am dend [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
WHEN. I AM DKAl)., When I am dcnd I would not havo the. rude, and gaping.crowd Around mo gather, ami," 'mid lamentation loud,. Toll of my virtues,and with vtviri regret Bemoan my loss, and, leaving me, forget, But I wonld have the few of kindly heart, Who, when misfortune ciime, bo nobly did their. pa$t, And 6ft by thoughtful deeds their love.express—. These would I have, no more, ho less, When I am dead I Whon I am dead I would- not have the high and storied stone. Placed o'or my grave, and then lie. left alone But I would have, some things. I once, did love, Ere I did leave.the joyous world above,' Placed o|er me. And each succeeding year I'd have my friends renev^ them, and oft linger near, AVitli loviiig thoughts upon Uio dear one laid below And talk of times, doparted long ago, .: When I am dead 1 When. l am dead Forgive—oh I this I pray for more, than, all— The anguish I have caused, the. deed beyond recall. Think kindly on. mo as I, lie so still. So poor a subject for an ange...
Moss Vale Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Moss Vale Literary and Debating Society. Tuk annual meeting ol tho Moss Valo Literary and Debating Sooiety was held in tho oddfellows' hall I on Tuesday ovening last. After tho preliminary business had been gone through, tho soorotary brought forward his report, wliiah showed tho con dition of tho socicty—though at a standstill for tlia last few months—to bo in a very sound condition. After some discussion tho report was adopted, wIumi tho election of officers was proceeded with, and re sulted in election of tho llov. J. Evans as president; Hov, 13. J. Sponcor and 11. K. Hall as. vico-prcsidcnts: A. llitter, secretary; 11. Boustield, treasurer; J. Dignam, librarian ; and Messrs. C. Ilall and J. S. llyains as auditors. Tho next item, dealt with was liow so mako tho society more attractive, when, it was deisded to ask. different gentlemen in the dis trict to deliver lectnros similar, to thoso-del.ivered ut tho school of arts, Sydnoy.. Tlio mooting thqn ter minated. V
Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
liowrnl Wesleyan Band of Hope. Tm: usual fortnightly mooting of the above society, was held in tlii! school-room on Tuesday evening Inst, the Row C. Oltlcn presiding. Tho'meeting was opened usual way, aftor which tho president madu a tew vcmruk.s in tnu shape of an opening address, and referred with evident satisfaction to his recent lec ture at ltuliertson, when about eighty persons loolt the pledge mid liluu ribbon, nuiongtit whiuh nmubur was a publican who had recently sold out and givon up the drink trafllo. After tho usual preliminary business had bcon disposed of, Miss linima Osborne roeited "Goiiig to bed," after which Mr. \V. J. Osborne spoke at some length on a fow of tho objects for whioh tomperanco.socicties are formod. Mist) Dnprez sung " Remembered." Mr. Qopp recited «' Tho Stream of Time." Mr. It. Bcoy ica.d " '4.'ho Old lincholor j or Beware of tho first Quarrel." Mr. A. llobinsoif ad dressed tho meeting amid roars of laughter and rounds of applause. Mr. W. Oflord gav...
REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL FOR 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
RHl'ORT OF TUB I 'OSTM ASTEJl-GENEltAL FOR 1888, Tiik twonty-ninth annual report of tho postmaster-gonoral lias just been published, L'rom tho report wo learn that the total in como for tho year 18S2 amounted to £482,05S 8d. 7J".; while the oxpendituro reached £013,803 11a. 4d. Tiio total extent of postal roads travelled in the colony is 2t5,102 miles; and tho number of milos actually travollod during the year readied (5,204,800. Tliero are 1,00-1 postmastera in tho colony ; and tlio total number of persons employed in tho department, 2,170 ; during the year 17 oflicors nw dismissed from tho servioo. During tho year, 83,215,'100 lotters ; 18,344,500, newspapers ; 1,485,900, parcels, and 259,-100 post-cards, wove posted. it is estimated 38 lotters were posted to each person in the colony ; 82,001 letters wore posted without stamps. In 1120 letters opened in tho Dead Letter Office wove found valuable enclosures to the value of £14,989. Thero are 416 money ordor offices in tho colony, ...
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Concert. The -Binvral Club Ouncorl, post ponoil from tlio filli iiiHlniil,, will take plnco in the oil school of wta building oil Thursday owning next, 17th inslitnl., K[ie&lt;:ml attention ia dirootud lo the program 1110 which rij>peai'H in unntlicr column of thin insuo. Tlio IjohI local tiilunt inoum nljlo luivo tendered llioir Hervicus, and it is expected, should the wimllmr continue line, Unit tlio concert will bo nn unqualified mioceas.
THE LATE DUKE OF ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
THE LATE, DUKE; QF ALBAN.Y;, The Royal Family loses its most advanced member in respect of Social Reform in the death of the much-lamented Duke of. Albany. His last public appearance was in Liverpool, when ho had the congenial task of distribut ing the prizes gi.ven by fclio Liverpool Coun cil of Education. In the course of ' his address on that occasion he said some words which made a deep impression at 'the time, and may well be quoted ^ . •'■What I dosire is to see cookery taught in the most ragged schools,, in the most wretched quarters. This cookery, of course, should be the simplest, plainest kind; but it, shpuld.bq such as to show that with the coarsest material and: the cheapest apparatus a neat, clean,, and thrifty manager may set beforo a. hungry man a meal which he may eat with. plpagfU'Ot and with no neod to resort to the public-house to wash dow.n an,unpala-. table and indigestible mess.. Athid aU the dirt and viqe and misery of which your council and; your clergy and o...
PROFESSOR AYTOUN'S DIFFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
PROFESSOR AYTOUN'S DIFFIDENCE. When in her father's drawing-room lie. was making proposals of marriage to Miss Jane Emily Wilson, who afterward, became hip wifo, tho lady reminded liim that boforo sho could givo hor absolulo conaont it would bo necessary tlmt ho should obtain hoi- father's approval. " Yon must speak for mo,", said tho suitor " for I could not summon couvnge to speak to tho profossor on this subject." " Papa is in tho library," said tho lady. •' Tlion yon had bettor go to him," said tlio suitor, " and I'll wait till you roturn." Tho lady prooocdod to tho library, and taking her father affection taely by tho hand montioned that Professor Aylouu had askod hor in marriage. Sho n,ddod, " Shall I ac copt his oftor, papa? ho is.so diflidont that, ho won't speak to you about it himself." "•Then wo must deal tondorly with lii& feolings," said tho hoavty old Christopher.. " I'll writo njy reply on a slip of papor,, and pin it to you* back." " Papa's answor is on tho b...
BOYHOOD OF FATHER MATHEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
BOYHOOD. OP FATHER MATIIEW. IIe, never joined in any cruol sport, or wilv : lingly inllictod pain upon a living thing.. Coursing,,shootiug, anil ferreting, in which his young companions indulged, ho'd.otoslod \yith all his heart. Onco ho witnossod, with, horror and compassion, tho agony of a pool*' hunted liai;o in.lief brea,thlo8S.strugglos, with; : tho fierce dogs,, and from that moment ho., hold the Bport in abhoronoe. Tho sight of' a shattered wing or a, blood>stahiocl broast of a. bird filled the heart of; tho boy with a, sonso of pain forliis impulse was to sue-, cour apd befriond, not to persecute and do-. I stroy. . A,t ;anothor time, n grand: entertainment wasgivon to Fathor Matliow on the island of I,unisf|illoh,(Killarnoy), whoiii a stag hunt was arranged for his, gratilica-. tipnhut lie was not happy so long as, tho. • chase lusted,, and; only, onjpyod. roal pleasure, when thp gallant stag plunged into tho.lakp. nnrl Wfis! f.lin&lt;4 ttfl.vml . fmm f.lm foiwva...
Wesley an Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Wesley an Church.. I Services to-morrow, July 18 :— • I Mittagong, at 11, .Supply; at 7, Preacher | Bowral, at 11, Mr. Morris; at 7, Hev. T. R. i MoSIiohael . Kangaloon, at 11, Rev. 0. Olden i Boberlson, at 2.30 and 7, Bov. C. Olden i Barraivang, at .11, AJr. Raward ' '1,'ho Bov. 0. Olden will coramenco a vreolc of special i services at Robertson on Sunday, proaohing at 2.80 and 7 p.ra. - Ho will also preach at 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. All aro invited, espeoiallj' thoso who are anxious to be saved.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
PROSPECTUS OP ' "V ■■■■■r'.' "INT E L L.I G E- N C E," A Nrcw Weekly Paim'.h to jik Puumhuud at BOW R A L, TIJU Fin ST NUMIiEIl OF VMVICU WILL 'Al'PEiVn ON Wednesday, July 80, 1884. . . ■—— INTELLIGENCE will bo --published' overy Wednesday, and district j(i subscribers will rocoivo their copies by Wednesday morning's mail. The main object' 'of the proprietors in establishing TnteUigenee,}*'If0 mnko provision for giving publicity to tho news of tlio Any before il lmsbecomo loo stalo and'nnintoreating for perusal, as is too frequently tho case wlioro thoro is only a weekly paper in tho-town, _ To businoRS people, also, hicllii/cneo will at times bo found of special oervioo. Loss of trado and much inconvonioncc are not infrequently experienced by many wbo arc compelled to wait a wbolo week to advertiso something which if niado public a few days earlier, might have been of considorablo profit "to themselves. By the establishment of Intelliyenm it is hoped these disadvantages will speedi...
GADENERRS' CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
GADENERRS* CALENDAR FOR JULY. Kitchen' Garden.—Sow peas, cabbage, lettuce, radish, carrots, turnips, parsnips, celery, parsley, mustard cress, and herbs of all sorts. Plant cabbagc and onions. Sow for succcssion cauliflower and broecili.. Orchard.—Gather late- apples and pears. Trans plant all hinds of evergreen and deciduous fruit trees strn.wb'eracs, ifec.,—Finish deep digging. Flower Garden.—Plant and remove shrubs, roses, &a.,V Re-pot fuchsias for early flowering. Plant hyacinths, anemones, ranunculus, tulips, and .all Cape bulbs. Plant flowering shrubs, and herbaceous plants. Dig up and store dahlia roots. Field.—Plough for tobacco and maize. Wheat, barley, and bats may be sown. Good crops may be looked for if the mouth be cold and wot. followed by a dry spring. April and May arc the proper months for sowing tho above; the later yon sow the more seed you require, Field peas and beans may still bo sown. Sow clovor, lucorne, and all kinds ;of grass seeds for pastures shou...
A CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
A CHILD BURNED TO DEATH, A sap case of burning occurred on Thursday week near Juueo, the sull'eror boing a boy agedfive years, son of a selector. The child in fun, had put on ono of his sister's dresses, and was playing near the lire, when the dress ignited, and, rushing outside, he was soon envoloped in liaraos and terribly burnt. Tho little sufferer was at once brought in to the Wagga hospital, where he was treated by Dr. Piercy, and received every possiblo attention, but his injuries were so sevoro that ho succuinbod at six o'clock on Friday evening, ■ A publican named William Bennett, carrying on business at Jindera, near Albury, poisoned himself last Sunday.by taking arsenic. Mr. E. L. Tooth is resigning his sent in the Legislative Assembly as ont. q£ the members for Manaro. He says ho is about to. take a journey to England. Rumour says his resignation will be followed by that of Mr. Badgory, whoso business is of so pressing a nature that lie cannot dovoto a, proper share of ti...