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St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

St, Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Tim foundation ntono of (he now Church of England pnrconnga ill Milln^ong will ltd luid 011 Friday, Au(?init 1st, ni funr o'olyck p.m., 011 which dato the. most Hcvmeml tho l'lliimto, Bitthup IjMt.y, will hold ft cnnlmiialion. A teiwiocting will bo hold lifter tha laying of Uio foundation utoiio, and in the evening a coiiccrt will tnlio place in tho schoolroom.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Appointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

Appointment. Miss Martha Jane Nuoent lias boen gazoltetl tele phone operator at Kangaroo Valley.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans,.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

jPresl'i/terjan Church. Miniator—Rev.. John KyftnatiM.A.. Sorvicos to-morrow, July 20. Mittngongi fit 11 Uowral, at 3 (School of Arts)! Moss Yalo, 'ftt. 7. '

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

' Gatholio' Churolc. Mass will bo■ colebratod ■ on. Sunday next at Sutton Jj'oroat at 11 olcloclc.. ' ,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

rpOLET-.n COTTAGE neav Bowml, with wide X h(\U, eight roorps, pantry,.kitchen, laundry, mid bath-room. Two-stall Stable, Buggy House, Orchard, Underground Tan It. With about 0 acres of htjid. Ten miputos! walk from railway station. Apply, to WILLIAM ALCOBW, ' * 163' Bowvivl. WASTE TAPEft, Clbs. Im- Is., office o! this paper.. ■ . INTELLIGENCE. INTELLIGENCE. •\-ttANTRD immediately,- a Pmart intelligent VV LAD as apprentice to the Printing business. Apply ofllce ol this paper. IMPOUNDED at Mow) Vale, on SlOth Juno, from Burradoo, by Mr.' K. Bridge Iron-grey fl'ly, about 1(1 lmndfl, no \iaiblo brand, tv^pavcnUv un broken ; liny mure, igod, short tail, branded S near Blinul'lor, with chestnut (horse) foal at fool; piobftlil gelding, blotch brand like e>2 near shoulder, aged ; chestnut gelding, large star on forehead, FMnen.t shoulder! bay colt, about 2 years, well bred, no visible brand.'—Also, on July 7, by Frank lhrosby, from tho Briars, Bong BongR*)d and whito cow, M® off ribs, sh...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BAD BOY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

THE BAD BOY AGAIN., " Come in the.back room, Hennery, I want to talk, with you," said, the groceryman to the bad boy, as. he came in laughing and slapping., his hands on,his legs.; " I,have he^i'd something torday that has hurt me as much, as though you was my own boy," and; the groceryman looked as. though it wouldn't take many good sized, onions to make the tears come., " Great jewhillikins!; what is it ?" asked the bad boy,, as his lace, sobered down at the look of pain on the face of his mercantile friend. " What is. the matter ?> Won't your creditors accept ten per cents on a dol lar ?" and the boy looked like a lawyer ready to,help.a client out,, and teached into a cinuampn bag and took a. handful of cinna, mon.. " No,, nothing, of that kind," said the gro ceryman. " I, have concluded: not to. fail. But I am told on good, authority that you have become bad, again, and; that you have been playing "the mean.est trick on your pa that you have ever played. The minister told me ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WONDERFUL CURE BY DR. STANICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

"WONDERFUL. CUltE; BY; DR. STANIOII. Mrs.. Zellah Wallace,, ofr Liverpool;, New South; Wales,, has. written the following letter in reference, to the cure of her deaf and, dumb: daughter by Dr.. Stanich oi SydneyI had a, little girl, seven, years old, who,, to my great and.ponstant sorrow, never heard a sound; of any kind, and never uttered a single word,.being deaf and dumb. Mrs. Bockell,. the publio school teacher at Hoolsward,. near Liverpool, New. South Wales, advised mo very- strongly to place her in the Sydney Deaf, and Dumb Institu tion, that she-might receive the education there imparted. Providence,, however, in spired me before doing so,, to have her ears examined by Dr. Stanioh, an. obtain his j opinion, of the case. After a oareful. exam ination, he pronounced himself hopeful of the case, and expressed lmbelief that, under his. treatment the girl would not only hear, but learn, to. speak after hearing had been restored. Mothers may easily imagine the tears of joy, I shed...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

W. & p. I. BEER, Newspaper Proprietors, General Printers, Stationers, &c., &c„ BOflQ J50NG-STREET, BOWRAL, J^IST 01? GOODS ALWAYS. ON HAND Ruled Note Papers, Plain ditto Water-lined dittOi Foreign ditto, Fancy ditto, colored and goffered edgea Mourning Kioto Papora nod Envelopes, Foolsoap, plain and ruled Laroebo's boat Note Paper and Envelopes, Claasio ditto ditto, - Original Bopp ditto ditto, The Ilnndy SerioB: Box o£- Stationary,, plain and floral,.la..and la. 03.. The Coloniata' Tintod IJos ol Stationory, la., >. Tlio Wonderful, Bos of SJtatiqnery, 9d., I Envplopea, all,aizp^ and qualities. Playing Cards, ! Ink IJrescrfl. ' Lead and Bqst Drawing Penciln, Pocket Companions; i Memorandum Books t Account.Booka, ■ Poub aiul Pen-holdors... ' Slatqa and Slate.Pencil, Elaatic Bandu, Inks—black, rod,.blue, and'violQts Penknives; Scrap and Photo Albums, ! Belief Scrapa i Exercise Books; Drawing Books Gum,in Bottles, .Violin Strings licnt and Receipt.Boolta, Cop...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Kangaloon Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

luiugalooii Mutual' .Improvement Society.. At tho regular "meeting on Wednesday evening the following.question wna debated—" Ought'dancing to form n part ol a person's education." 'L'hc debate was opened in tho negatiyc by Mr. .T. G. Wright supported.by Messrs. E. Jjarcombe, and II. Smith. For the ailivimativo Mr. C.Havrigan replied antl was supported by Mossrs. A. Knox, J. Smith, G-.IIairigan, and J.Noblo. When the votes wore talion the majoii t,y voted for the aflirmative. At tho. meeting for. the election of oilicors tho following were cleoted:—-Mr.W Diehning, president; Mr. J.C.Wright, vice-president; Mr. J. 0. Wright treasurer.; Mr. J. Smith, financial secretary; Jlr. E. Lareombo, Recrotary; Mr. A. Knox, Librarian.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation to Mr. W. R. Farrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

Presentation to Jlr. R; FarroWi Tub Marulnn correspondent to the Goullmrn Penny Post says tlmtat a meeting of the "Loyal -Southern Cross Lodge, I.O.O.T?. M.U., bold on the 12th.instant, the. presentation o£ a liandsomoly-framed fipd artis tically-illumintitod certiileate of merit to Bro. W. It. Farrow, F.Cr., who lias lett (he clistiiet for, Uowral, iVM.mnde by Bro. 11. Ghixpman, I'.Gr., who, in a eulogistic Bpeeoh, expressed the esteem and good wishes. of the lodge for- the brother-- whose valuable services, they wcro about to loan, Brother Farrow replied; and thankedtho brothers for; this tolcon :o£ (heir l?indly feelings, and assured thorn that in Hip. future ho wpuld.always- remombcr them and prize ;hejr gift..

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wesleyan Band of Hope, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

Wesleyun Band of Hope, Mittagong. Tire monthly moating of the Wosleyan Band of IIojio at Mittagong was hold on Thursday evening, 10th .Tnly. There was a good attendance. Tho Jlcv. C. Olden occupied the chair, find opened thc.mccting with devotional exorcises, nftcr ivhieh a number of persons oanie forward to sign the pledge, and dijring tho ovening about ten now names wero added to. the list of those who, had joinod at the previous meeting. Mr. H. L. Davis sang " Sweet Home." Mr. Aimtiu rocit^iV'Tho Hum Mnnia.o |uid Mr.H. Beer/'llunr ning away." The company than sang Dare to do rij?ht,'J Mi. Copp gavo.a short address on temper ance, nftor which Messrs, Byasionall and Stringer rendered nil appropriate, dialogue, .The company thou joined in singing " Love at Homo."- Miss C. Hincfl recited " Tho .Dying Soldier,1' mid Miss. Grace Vilos, '.' Nellie and I," and Mr. Brazonall followed with a song. Mr. Stringer recited " Tho Blaolt Val loy T'lin," and Miss E. M. Beer, " Who'H Serve tho King...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mittagong Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

Mitia gong Race- Chib.; A day's racing litis bceiwirrimgoil tg, take, place, on ?i[r. Hush's course;, nt'iu'j J.littiigoiig, o\j Saturday nezt, 'Jtitly instant, under the. mnijngcuient of tjlu) Jliltngong Uncn Club. U'hc.ipj'og ratline o(.tb.o.mcot ing appears in another column, to which attention isdirectud. It is. cxpactcd the meeting will ho a highly successful one as great intercut appears !p_. lif. taken in it in the district, and,.we arc informed, en tries nro coining in splendidly. The mooting will bu comprised of live events, the principal, being; the Mittngong Handicap, of 25.sovh., with a swqep of ,C1 each for starters, to go. to. second horse. The sale of booths and cnlranco gala: will bp held at Comer's Hotel_ on Tuesday next.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DREADFUL RESULT OF INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

a muainm rksuivr w insanity. A TBiiKoiuM from Albany to .the New York papers, 011 May 80,relates that tho town was shocked tlmt day by tho roport that the most heartrending crime in its history, in volving tho murder oi'livo children by their frenzied mother and her subsequent suioide was committed late las.t night. 'Christopher Schreivor, a German blacksmith, returned ' home to. supper at 0. last night and had a fow angry word^ with his wife concerning a savings bank bool> which the v^ifo sp.id she had lost. It recorded a'deposit of about 800. dollars, thoir joint savings lor sevoral years. Finally, Schroivor struck his wil'o a blow across, tho face with the flat of his hand and loft the house. At 10. ho. return ed. Fiuding tho kitohon lamp burning low, and tho liouso quit, ho callod his,wifo and oldest daughter,^ agod nine, but there, was no response. He groped his way in tho.'dark into ■ tho adjacent bedroom, where, tliroo children, ages spvon, Ave,-and throe, slept. Ho. felt ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. Queensland won tlio football malcli against Goulburn last; Tuesday by six points $o (our. ' Tho Roman Catholic Arehb.ishop, Dr. Morati may booxpcolcd in Sydney per s.s. Jjiguria about tho middle of September; i A man named Homy Pago died in tho I (i qui burn hospital last Tuesday night from I ^lio effect of b.uras sustained through an pxplosio.n at Hayes' (lour mill \vhcro do peased Lad b,oou working; Adam IIowitt,:a resident of Sydney for years, died oh tho 8th of July, aged 80 yoars, leaving 8, children, d(5 grandchildren, p,ncl 8 great grandchildron. Ho was a pousistont ■ supporter of the temporauco pause. Amongst tho now /ire-brigade regulations is tho following Under no circumstan pos will a liconsed ; victualler or a person convictod of felony or misdemeanour bo al lowed to remain or to be enrolled in any pompany." It is stated upon what appears to bo good Authority that £50,000 of tho money raisod hi tho old country by Sir llcnry Parkos has, ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

BERRIMA. 'Iimiip. was no meotjng of llio Mutual Im provement Society last Monday in oonso qiicnco of iiiclemoney of tho woathor. In my Inst report tho lmmo of Mr. Jinnos /Vrtnfield was omitted in tlio )i»t of commit teemen of Uio school of arts, Sinco my last roport tho school of arts Jmvo received iiitolligenco that tho books or dered from lijugliuul for the library, havo (irrivod by tlio " John Elder." The books will undoubtedly causo a great.stir amongst our momborn-r-sonio of whom are oumplftiiu Jng that there is nothing left in tho library for thorn to read. Soino of the malcontonts jhavo boon known to lako out a .000 ov 70Q pngo octavo volume 0110 ovoning and roturu it the i{oxfct fl road, inaykod, learned, and inwardly digested !" Las.t Sunday tlio thermometer registered 7$ dog. below freezing in tho early morning; : pinco then it has boon cold and somotimos ivot. I omitted to mention last week that in pomplianco with a resolution passed by tho jjato pio-nio committoe, every ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

THREE CHILDREN JVUMEI) TO DEATH., A dreadful catastrophe occurred- at the, Guudagai railway works ou Sunday last, when throe, children, were burned to, death. The father of-the children is.a navvy, living, in, atent. He. was awakened, by. the smell of? fire, rushed out, and found the tent, at the. baclc enyelopedinflam.es. He made several attempts to rescue tho children, but was soverly burned, and. failed to gain an entrance. Tho children wero. subsequently, found among the debris lying in. tho same, position, aa in bod. They must have been suffocated. Their ages wei;e Cye,. four,- and two.. . Yankees are quick as well as cute. A stage coach in San Juan was robbed at 5 a.m. of,' jOGOOO,; a reward was offered at T Et.m; robbers shot dead; and all money re-, covered' at-2- p.m. ;■ coroner's inquest at 8. p.m.; funeral of, thieves.at C p.m.; testim onial and banquet, to captors at 8 p.m: iind. the chairman and three guests ].ookc<\ up dead drunk at midnight..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

IiOWRAI/ CLUli 'CONCERT. .3 he anxiously-looked-for ooncorfc (which had been twicc postponed) in aid of the Bowrnl Club took placo oil Thursday even' ing lust and, considering the extreme cold ncss ot t'ho weather, was a grout succcss, Llio school of arts building hoing nearly filled by an appreciative uudieuce. The iiu tenor of 1110 hall was neatly debated with flags and greenery, the credit of arranging being duo to the Missess Moor, Shepherd, and Wickham, and Messrs., Bennett, Jones, and Rotlon. Tlio words Bowyal Club," in nico green letters and arranged on a white hack ground mid suspended from 'the stngo, were no less significant than attyap •tivc, The Misses Moor were the executors of this piece of work. For the sccopd tiiuo in the history of Bowral there was i]0 chair man at the concert on Thursday evening, and this departuro from a long-established rnlo appeared somewhat peculiar, oven in the face of assurances! that it was au nn usuaHhing to liavo a chairman on similar occa...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HARE AND RABBIT NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

TIIE; ILVRE AND ttABJilT NUISANCE.. Tub recently much-inaligncd-hares, rabbits, and sparrows have.fouud:a champion in Mr. G. II. Cox. It is. true that he has not so much.- to,advance in.favour of. the.last two as he has of tho first, but lie. argues that , while their extermination, is insisted; upon by most people, not one word is heard against flying foxes and'opossums, which he asserts,; " do, moro harnvin a week- than hares, or rabbits dp in a: month."- Those who.are annoyed, by h(ires, hp submits, can easily keep their plants and young.trees safe from injury, by fencing them in with wire or by tying newspapers, round the. trees—in this last case opening- up-a novel field for the spread of jpurnfUism. Mr. Cox. also considers that hares and.rabbits are delici ous eating, and a. moat welcome.addition to our meat supply. If everybody thought so, or could be induced to, eat one or the.other without a host of Epicurean adjuncts that' not one family out of;' a, dozen can,, afford, ; t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but cat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

®bc JBoforal Jfrcc '|)rcss. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, hut cat ami drink as friends. SAT If 11JU T, JUL r 19, 1884. The local option league, with gushing Pas tor Alien as a primo supporter, is making it polf loiiil in tho metropolis. If, however, its promoters think too much smoko and noise smother the fire, their pet schotne >11 ay prove of 110 more power Minn souudiug brass and tinkling cymbal. The adherents ofthe local option league are numbered by hundreds who mnlto up in zeal what. they lack in knowledge, and too often forget that prudence is the bettor part of valour, 01 course it must be.admitted that yiq enter prise can prosper or bo carried through without an ardour bordering 011 fanaticism, At the satno tinio it must bo founded 0,11 fact and built up by truth or it will go up liko a rocket but fall down like the stick. The local option languors'in their red hot onthusinsm for. the organisation o.f ft sweep ing reform forgot that in oven their attompt ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAUSE OF RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884

CAUSE Ol'1 HUST IN WHHAT. Tin; following very important ronmrks aro extracted from a lecture delivered in Kiama on Wednesday, ,Tuly!), by Mr. S. W, Pye, agricultural lecturer to, tho Board of Teeliin onl Education '•' Rust in wheat, tho lccturor conaidorod, was attributftblo to, tho, exhaustion, of the ^oil, which,, by constant cropping, whs. de prived of so'much of its organic and minor-, al constituents that it was. impossible for a plant to grow healthy and strong. Ho believed rust to. be a fungus which attacked the wheat when, it becamo. sickly and w.eak; tho.phylloxora attacked tho vine, the, aphis tho. cabbago, and the red. scale the. orange when through poor soil or slovenly cultiva-. tiod, the plants bocomo, sickly, just as.cattlo whpn reduced, to poverty, became covered with vermiu, but became.clean, again, when, fattened. Whoat generally grew well until the grain bpgaa to. form, at -which period] the greatest demand was mado for a supply of nitrogen and,phosphorio.acid (th...

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