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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
St. Stephen's, Mittaoon'q. Services every Sunday at 11a.m.' and 7 p.m. ;• and first Sunday in the month, fit 3 p.m. Colo (Coleman's Siding), second Sunday, in tho - ■; , month, at 3 p.m.. Lower Mittagong, third Sunday in tho month, at'3. Jelloro, fowth fciunday in; tho month, at 3 ji.m.
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
COMMERCIAL. South Coast ani> West Camden Co-w^iutivh ' Company, Limited, Butler, 1st, per lb., 18:1 to 214 . „ 2nd, no demand Buoon, best Merimbuln. hand curort, 0(1 to lid : „ bes^ machino eurod, 7d to 8.^1 „ heavy and lough, 5(1 to 'id Hams, liost Morimlmla, hand curod, lid to la ,, machine cured* 8d to lOd Lavtl, 7d to !)d Cheoso 1st, per lb,, Od to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, &lt;ld to Sd Bigs, alive, per il), 5d to (id Calves, cnch, 10s Od to 20s Od Hides, per lb, 3d Calf skins, each, Is 3d to Is fld Tallow, per ton, £20 Oh to JB38- Qo Maine, por bushel, -Is Od, nominal Hay, oaten, por ton, £3 Os to. £(i Os Od „ lucerne, do., 11!! Os to .115 10s Od Potatoes, do., £3 10s to ;IM 10s 04 i'owla, per pair, ijs !)d to -In 3d Ducks, do, os (11 to (is Gd" Gecso, do, 8s (id to'Js (Id Turkeys, do, 7s 0.1 to lis Od lig»s, per dust., Is Od July 10, 1881, The declared value of tho imports and exports at Sydney Customs from January 1 to .Tuno 28, 1883 and 1881, is as follows :—1833, im...
THE PROSPECT TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
TUB JMtOSPECT THAGHDY, John .Adams, tlio. man who, on tho 21st of Juno last, attomptod to lako tlio lifo of. tlio woman at tlio I'rospect waterworks, was charged, at tho rarranmtta I'olico Court last Tuesday, with tho ollcnco. In oonso quoiico of Sub-inspcctor Wpbb undorstaud ing that tho woman would not bo suflioiont ly rocovcrod to onablo her to uUqnd, a. numbor of tlio principal witnosHoa woro not callod, and tlio oaso was consoquontly further remanded till Thursday, In tlio ovidonco taken it transpired that the woman was not, as alleged, tlio wife, of Adams, although she occupied fov tlu'oo years past tho position of sucl), lior rorU name being Margaret Maloney. Her ovidonco was-not givon in a straightfoward manner, and was in tho main contradictory to tho deposi tions which had boon taken at tho hospital, in which sho stgitcd that she w(is tho lawful wife of tlio prisoner, and had for tho past six years boon such, Adams stulod that lie had no questions to ask, but dosired that ...
DR. BARRY'S MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
1)R. BARRY'S MISTAKES. The Hon. John Stewart M.L.C., sends, undor the above heading, the following letter to n Sydney newspaper Dr. Barry is making the same mistake that was made by his predecessor, Dr. Barkor, also lay the late Dr. Vaugliau. Ho thinks, as they thought when they first arrived here, that the people of this colony are ready to endorse any kind of schooling which a bishop, or archbishop approves of. That is pne mistalco. It is many years since the great bulk of our people ceased to have any faith, in ecclesiastics as teachers, superinten dents, of managers of primary schooling. General elections, busting speeches, debates ii} Parliament, have made that fact manifest over »nd over again. Dr. Barry is making another mistake in assuming that ho, with few other occlosiastics, does, or can,, rep resent the pcoplo of this colony. None but those whom we elect have a»y right to, rep resent us, ami if any membor of our Legis lative Assembly ventured to submit Dr. B.avry's propo...
SCANDALOUS TREATMENT OF A DRUNKEN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
SCANDALOUS TRHATMKNT OP A lUUWKKN Mi\\ This Glen Lilies Examiner relates tljn,t , a man named Brown haw been .indulging pfotty freely in liquor. Some of the boys coneoivod t.lio irtoa of lying the poor wretch by 11.10 heels to the limb of a tree. They put their schouie into execution, and left him in an inverted position, shouting lustily for assistance. A considerable timo elasped before be wan released from his perilous position, but by this time tlio man had bled profusely from the ears and. nostrils and was quite unconscious. IIo was at oncoro movod to, the hospital, whore lie was attend ed to. The TenterAeld police are investiga ting the matter.
STRANGE SUICIDE OF A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
STIv'AJWK SUICTDH OF a GIRL An iwiuoBfc wiia concluded at OHonolg (S.A.) on'.Friday week coucorning tho doaib of tlio j'onng giil, Emily Anno Oonzens, who was i'atind dead on tlio boach 011 Juno 27th. It apeavs that hoi* young man \\'tis one of work, and talked about leaving tlio colony ; in search of omploymont, and sho was so affect ed that sho loft hor situation, bought n throoponny packet of Bati.lo's vcrmin-ldllor, containing strychnine enough to kill tliroo men, wont down to Glenolg, mixed 'tlio poison in a cup at tlio public, fountain, drank it.and thon sat down and died; It is beliovod that the girl was influenced by reading a report of an inqliost that waa hold a few days ago, wben a man poisonod1 hiniaolf in a similar manner.
Band of Hope at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Band of llope at Robertson. On Wednesday evening Inst a largo congregation of people attended the Wesleyan Church at Robertson to assist in the inauguration of a Band of Hopo at that place. The liev. 0. Olden presided. Tiio meeting was a most enthusiast'*. one, tlio society was successful formed, and over sixty persons en rolled themselves as members. Mr. Olden " was clected president, and Messrs. D. MoQIt. J.F., and J. YTl.ute vice-presidents.. •• • ,
School of Arts, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
School of Arts. Bcnvruk Well-atten-deu meetings of the committeo of the Bowral school of arts building fund wero held- in the old building on Tuesday and Wudnesday ovonings last, Mr. J. G. Morris presiding on both occasions. Tho secretary, Mr. H. M. Oxley, read a letter from i Mr. S.. Hordern, enclosing a chequo for £5. as. a do-, nation to the fund. Tlio principal business trans acted during the two evenings was in connection with tho contract for the now building, and we aro pleased ro stale that final arrangements 1mvo now been completed with Mr. Burne, of Granville, whose contract has been accopted and signed on both sides. We understand the contract timo allowed for erec tion is four months., Messrs. J. G. and 11. Morris, C. Bennett, J. J. Campbell, "W. Allcrdico, and the secretary were appointed a building committee. It "was unanimously dccided to ask the minister for public instruction to lay the foundation stone, and a demonstration committee, comprising Messrs. P. L. C. She...
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
BERRIMA. At the mooting of tho Mutual Improvement Society, on Monday ovoning lust, tho standing orders woro., suspended for tlio purposo of discussing a letter ro, grunt to recreation ground, hero, which appeared in tho Scrutineer last week.. It w.ivb decided to.draw up, 11 requisition asking the local l'.M., to,conyono a pub-, liu mooting to discuss tho matter.. Tlio half-yearly general meeting of- tho Nomina, school of arts was held last night (Wodnosday). Tho, commitlco reported a large amount of progress, and . 'a balance in tho,banlc of ;C2it la..3d., after expending £2!) lis. 8(1.—:£2() of which was sent away to Eng land fQr thp.purclia.so of books for tho.library., Thp.following gentlemen, wore, oleolod. fpr tho on-, suing, half year—president, .1&lt;Y It. Wilsbirc, JSsq.^ ; l\M. j. vice-president, l)r. Lambert; secretary, Mr.. ]?. Galbraith J treasurer,. Mr. .1. A. Cooper;. oomit-. tee, Messrs. K. N,. Matthews, 1'. Jackson, G. 111. Maliin, J. Jlattliews, H. K. llornc...
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
BUiSirANOON. EuniNo the last week wo have been enjoying splendid weather—nice warm days and not too much front at night. Mr. Walter Grico, ot Slimmer Jlill, lias cut up his ground into building allotments, nnd I undnrBtund \Ii'. Samuel Tooth i» following unit, ho Hull tluu'C ivill be in11 licit of ground to li» 1m l in liuiimlanooii, [)n Iho i>rinoi]>lo that it " nuvor rniiiti but it poms," it would Hi'cin llmlour Dundanoon hind owners havo nil lit oneo wolto ii]&lt; to thu fact thiil it in a good lino Lo oul up into allotments mid fell | wlioro you could . not no I a pic'oo Home nioulha ago for lovo or uionoy you can buy 011 nil Hidoa, providud, ot course, that Iho cash is forthcoming. OnWndnflHdag ovuning hint a very Hucccasful mcolv ,&lt;« ing or the uhui'ch of Knghuid Hand of JIopo was held in tlio Church of JiJngland horo. Ovvin^ lo Iho in disposition of our pastor, llov. J. II. Mullens, ho wan unablu to preside. A very good programmo of reci tations b...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
' — - ———1 OUR SYDNEY LETTER, 1 MonK than usual intoroat attached to tho opening of tlio second session of tho sixth synod of tlio dioseso of Sydney, which took place at -1 p.m. 011 Tuesday ovoning last, at the Church Society's IJoubo, Pliillip-atroot, 111 consequence of this being the (iral occasion sinco tlio departure of tlio Into Bishop Barker from tlio colony in 1881, in which tlio do Mborationsof tho Church of England Synod iu Sydnoy lias been prosided over by a Primato. Ah might bo oxpected, tlio attendance of jiiembors—'lay and clcrical—was very largo, besides wlnoh a largo number of ladies and gcntloinon occupied seata in the galleries • specially not apart for visitors. Tlio princi pal featuro of the first ovoning's.sitting was tlio inaagural address delivered by the presi dent, tlio Eight llov, Dr. Barry, which occu pied about anil our and a half, during wliioh ' Ilia lordship touched upon a varioty of i pubjects afl'ecting the internal maungoniGiit I of the qlnucli ovor ...
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. Fivo inohcs of rain, fell at Ballina.Iast Sunday undj , Monday., Tlio now station buildings at Young nvo to, cost-, aboijt £10,000.. ' ■ Mr. H. A. Tliomaa, J.P., of-Wivonhoo,; Narellanj died lust Sunday. i' The recent rain appears to. have, been, general; i throughout tho colony.' - ' Tim Australian Sportsmtin. and Licensed V.iptual-. .lor's Gazetlo inivo been incorporated., '!> Borough Counpil of Youpg-havo. resolved to, ' co.iiuucnco Irqa-planting in tho principal.atreeta. Dr.Moorhouso, Bishop, of, Molbourn.o; has been,, oleetcd:Chancellor of tho Melbourne University. £1000 has bcon. placed on tho ostimatos for a re creation ground, and £2000. lor a, lighthouso for JCianm. As a writer Archbishop Moran is.said to bo supor-. iov to. tho lato Archbishop Vuuglmn, but inferior as. an,orator.. ' ■ • .&lt; Mr. A,libolt lias ordered tlirco partita to be equip-, ped to bore,for water.along tho road:frora',Wilcannia, to,Silverton. It is projected...
WEST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
WEST KANGALOON. On Wednesday evening, 2nd instant, an entertain ment (admission free) in connection with the Mutual Improvement Society, was given in the Kangaloon hall. Notwithstanding counter attractions on the same evening, the attendance was fairly large - the hall being comfortably filled. The entertainment passed off very pleasantly, the performances of Messrs E.Larcombe and J. Stokes, who played several sel ections on the harmonium and violin, being much appreciated. Mr. W. Brenning, president of the society, occupied the chair. Tho following programmo wao carricdthrough in excellent stylo Paiit I.—Instrumental duct, Messrs. E; Lareombo antl J. Stokes; Recitation, " Tho Kising of the Yen dec," Mr. J. H. Wright; Heading, "Trick for Trick," Mr. IS; Lareombo; Song, ." Wrap tho Ping around me, Boys," Mr. J. Smith; Iteoitation, " Tho Countryman's, llcply," Mr. G. Harrifjon ; Song, " Bay of Biscay," Mr. Wood : Recitation, " Battle of Pontonoy," Mr. J, 0. Wright; Song,. "Waiting., f...
CABLE NEWS. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
cable news.. (from the Sydney Daily Papers:./ . LONDON, July 14. Tiib death is Announced of tlio Right Rev. William 'Jacolwon, D.D;, lato Bishop of Chester. Mr. Cornwall, Secretary to tho. Irish Post Office, togother with somo others, has boon arrested for having committed serious crimes. A1 number of Abyssinian cliiofs aro- now on tlieir way to England, and are bringing wiih tliein the elephant which King Johannos sent as a present to .Queen Vic toria, A.Iand ftgonoy and. investment company, having its headquarters at Perth, Westorn Australia, is in course of formation. The capital is set down at .61,000,000. The. liquidator of the Oriental iBank has issued a declaration to tho effect that no claims will be received after Novembor 20. Lord Bosebery's m,otion on the.Re&lt;jidiviste question in its relation to tho Australian , colonies—which was sot down for debate ■ on tho 1-Jblj of J,uly—lias boon with drawn. Should fcbo lYTmchise Bill be nooepted by tho House of Lords, it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
The "now chum" is credited with a depth of ignorance regarding (iffoivs pertaining to Australia, but few. aje so innocent as the one referred to in the following anecdote. The new arrival (says the Warrnamhool Independent) found his way- to a Btation about shearing time, and asked the squatter if he could give him employment in washing sheep. The flock-owner replied in. the negative, saying that he intended to shear the sheep, "in the grease" this season. Then came the naive observation from the seekor of work: " Ah, X would npt roiud haying the job of greasing them 1" Public Opinion.—On almost everything created by nature or manufactured by the skill of man there is a diversity of opinion. Sometimes the contrasts are so manifest and striking as. to lead one to the conclusion that the mind- of one of tho two. ob servers must be a little out: of order. On. the- works of great poets, architects, historians,, novelists, and actors these contrafits of opinion av,o most frequent; but no ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
IY1 I S C E LL A N E OM S. During Hio past throo years Madrid lias spent .C-J .QOOjOUO on now houses and now streets. Tho nnmbor ofoleotors at prosont in Eng land and Wales is 2,GOO,dU ; in Scotland, i 381,2(5-1; in Ireland, 280,1 CO. Sir Thomas Elder linn given n donation of 110,000 to tho Adelaide University for the purpose of establishing a lqodical school. The dimensions of tho main building of Mio World's Exhibition, to bo held at Now-1 Orleans havo boon o^tondod to .1,400.000 squaro foot. Edmund B. S.outhwick, a naturalist, who wfts employed last year to kill the insects in Central Park, New York, gives a list of 819 yarietios of insects, that preyed . upon tho ■ trees.-.- ■ - ■ ■ ■ _ There avo about GG,000locomotive engines m the/world, and 120,000 passangor-and 500,000 freight cars. Thoro aro 200,000 miles of track, and tho capital invested'is iM,000,000,000. ' : According.^ to Mr. Childors, JB50.000 a year is lost in gold by t!\o wearing away of sovorigws and half-sovoroign...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
PROS PECTUS OF .« J N'T E L L I 6 E N C E," A New. WukkijY Paver to uk Puiilisiied at BOWRAU, T II I) F III ST N U M BEH OP WHIG II W I L L A T P 15 A. It 0 N Wednesday, July 30, 1884, ^NTELIJGENCE will bo published oveiy Wednesday, and distriofc JL subscribers \yill receive their copies by Wednesday morning's mail. Tlio main object of 1,1 ie proprietors 111 establishing Intelligence is to make provision forgiving publicity to the news of the day before it 1ms become too stale anil uninteresting for porusnl, as is too frequently tlio case whero there is only a weekly papor in tbo town. To business people, also, Iiitellit/cnec will at times be found of special Borvico. Loss of trade and much inconvenieneo are not infrequently experienced by many who arc compelled to wait a whole week to advertise something which if mado public a few days earlier might havo boon of considerable profit to themselves. By the establishment of Ixitolligenw it is hoped those disadvantages will speodily dis...