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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
INTELLIGENCE. DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land and Insurance Aggnt, ROBERTSON. 102 DR. JAMES GRANT BLACK Visits Picton on Wednesdays and Saturdays and can bo consulted thoro botweon tho hours of * 9 and 11 a,in, 111 DR. W. MIDDLETON Can bo consulted daily at , Mits, Giiay's, Cannonbuky Cottaok, MITTAGONG. 181 MEDICAL. Dn. R. BENNETT JONES can bo consulted daily at his residence in Bowral and at Moss Valo ovcry Thursday morning botweon 11 and 12.30 at Mrs. Lovoll's, Tlirosby Villa,. J. G. MORRIS, Auotionecr, Property Salesman, Insuranco'Agont; (to., &lt;Sro., • Oppoaito Hallway Station, BO.W11AL, HENRY TAYLOR, Auctionocr, Land, Estato, and General Commission Agont, MOSS VALE. . Agont for Viotoria Firo Insnranco Company. : MEDICAL, , .. Dn. madden; Will visit Bowral on Saturday (foronoon) in,' con nection with tho Oddfollows^ Mossagcs may bo left at Mis. Wilson's. JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer,, Laud and Estate Agont.. . All transactions in. tho. abovo line will rocoive tho greatest ...
A MOTHER-IN-LAW'S VISITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
A MOTHER,-JN-LVW'S VISITS;, At the Woolwich police court, William Broadway has bean summoned for using threatening language towards his >vifo Fran ces, who was thereby in.bodily fear :— Defendant. What nonscn'se, , I;, never threatened lierl We may have had a Jittle argument, but she is in no.moro fear than I am. Complainant: He threatened to. kill'me and my mother ; and lam afraid of him. Mr. Marsham : Have you.any witness ? Complainant: Yes, my mptheiv Mrs. ■Brown. . Defendaut: Yes, my mother-in-law; the thirsty oldtfaggot. (Laughter.) Mrs. Brown, a. portly lady in widow's weeds, entered, the box,and was .gworji. She said,: I- have heard- -.him* threaten my daughter, and.ho also said he w.ould lilte. to' kill me. Defendant: Ah !• and'no wonder. That is a, different tlnng. What right have you at my liquse.? Complainant: "Very. good, right; to see, my daughter.. when you, are, away from ljoine, which is nearly always.; Defendant: I am a "sober man and-hard working, and- what time...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
BOWRAL POST OFFICE.. Mailb, close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Eobertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon. and Robertson, at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.), Mails arrive from all stations South at 3.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays cxcoptod.). From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all station^ West at 1.28 p.m., daily; (Sundays exeeptod.). The Bowral1 Money .Order Office olosos at 0 p.m. Pout Oftlco honrn from 9 a.m. to G p.m., and on Sundays, for dolivory of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Tqlegraph Office hours from 9 a.m.' to' 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.). Mails closo- for all; stations south at 9.30, p.m.,, Sundays excepted.), G.oyovnm.eii.t Savings, BjinU opon Iijom 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. -
THE PRINCESS OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
Til I?" l'RTKCKSS OP WAI.ES. Ai.iixanwu (says n London correspondent, speaking oflho. L'rincess of Wales) sooins tntiuh moro altraotivo than tiny othoi&lt; woman, It is not Umt alio is handsomer, for thoro iu'o moro bountiful womiui LI inn film in tlio ranks of the English aristm-noy ; tliero aro many who aro far younger, of courso, Binco sho is tlio mother of llvo children, ono a boy of 10. J3ut tlio Priii-. cohs of Wales is tho vory incomparable iu-. carnation qf lino ladyisin. Hor maunora aro perfect. Hor dross is always right. Some timo ago, in lTydo Park, for'inatanco the day wiih very warm, 0110 of tlio few hot days an Eugltuh Biunmor brings. Womon of rank wore wearing drosses of gronadino, trimmed with laco, light silk with many • flounces, and all sorts of gay paraphernalalia", ' such as ono seos 011 the ra.cccourso near Paris, But how was tlio Princoss of Walos. drossod ? Simply 111 a washing-print oolton, ■ of palo blue, with a pnlo pink, roso i\t hor throat, and f...
YOUTHFUL BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
YOirrilPUL-UUSHJUNftBRS;, CoNsimsnAUMi. sonsation'was :caused int Pamunatta and Sydney a few days ago by tho arrost ia tho former pliioo of threo child-, roil rauging from liiuo fcotiiirteen.years of ago, upon whom. wore.found a.revolyoy,. and, two pocket pistols, besides a good supply of; ammunition. The children doclarod. that; they had bpught the Ji roar ins with a A'5; note found by one of tlio boys, and;, that, they, haiLinade up their minds to talco. to, the bush as a start in life. Thin all appears.; very amusing as roportod in the sensational, style of the.Sydney papors,tbut;. thp.-qthcr. aspect of tho all'air has,yet to.be" disclosed,, Tho man who, fcivgain, would change a. X'5; note and;supply such childreinvitb.dangoroua. weapons, ought certainly to be.called^upon, for nil explanation of his. conduct iu. the: all'itir. Le>s...haii a fortnight since a ouplo, of lads a^'Hit lif.'.ooivyears oi'ngo, deliberately, di, charged firearms at. some young la.lies in, ViuLoria, wh...
REMINISCENCES OF A HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
REMINISCENCES OF-A liOXEYJIOON. A •. • NEWiiYtommod' pair, who aixivpd- on, their■ liou&ymoou trip at a; celebrated Scotch; watering pkco just reuuntly.iwhen aocommo dation was at a: premium', had; a. mattress-, spvoad for tlioin by a. compassionate inn-, kecpor .in.-one of his balli rooms.. In tho. middle of. the night tho house was alarmed, by loud shrieks .proceeding,from tho nuptials chamber, -What was the uialtor ? WellN this: tho young bride, wishing to ring for. the servant;, caught hold of what she sup-; posed to be the boll, rope and pulled ifc,: sharply. Unhappily for her and.hqr spouso. it was. the cord of tho shower-bath over, their heads, and forthwith down plunged; such a deluge of. cold water, as would throw, a, damper upon the most devoted, honey-; making couple. Hor husband in dismay,, caught frautically at auother cord: on his side of tho extemporised couch, but the, only response was an equally liberal dolugo. of watev, this time nearly boiling hot. The un...
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 19 July 1884
MOSS; YA.I'R POLICE COURT,. Wednesday, July 10. Before Messrs. F. Er. Wilsbire, P. M., G. Tate, and B..P. Bicliardson,. J's.P., " Thomas Barber, for cutting--timber on sro.wii lauds at Manchester Square without a, license, was fined 10s., and 9a. costs. of Bourt. Tlie information in tbis case was laid by Constable Jones, crown lands bailiff lit Moss Vale,;who seized the timber in ques tion. William Wilson, for making use of ob scene language at Robertson, was fined 10s., rind Gs. Gd. costs of court. The same defendant, for drunkenness at the same place, was fined a like amount. Assault.—John Lewis was charged with having on the 10th instant, at Moss Yale, assaulted Timothy Hcgnrty. Sir. Gale ap peared for complainant, and Mr. Nichols for defendant. After licnring tlio evidence, which was of a very trumpery nature, (lie bench dismissed the case without costs. Obtaining money under false pretences Charles Morley Dowse, a young man about twenty-three years of age, on remand, was charge...
Mittagong Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
Mitliigong Police Court. At tbe.Mittagons police court on. Monday, Benjamin Tailor was charged witligeUirijjon a railway carriage at 15owral on Saturday night whilo in motion, anil ■vyas fined JE1 or seven days. Samo,prisoner was further charged with maltins use of indecont lan guage on -BowraL platform on. the saino' occusion, and was llnod .CI, or soveii days. Prisoner pleaded guilty in both.cases. Ho.was scvorcly reprimanded by tlio boncli, but on account of his old age ho,was somewhat leniently dealt with. :
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
The Sajvatio"-. Army.. On Saturday ami Sunday last, Bowral, Mittagonp;, unci Moss Vulo, wero v.'sito.l by Mr. J., J. Williams, editor of I,hp Win' Cry, Iho offioialorfiim uf tlits Sol vation Army. Wo pro.&lt;t;mo tint Koutkv.nnn niny have coine hitherto " spy out l.ho land," and sco if there 1iq imy opening.hero for tho bo.ly of which ho is so p'ominnnt a member. Hp, found many friends anil symprUhispri in. .(Sowral, nivMio tooli pari; with tlio l!ov. Mr. Olden in.an open air snrvinn at M^hs Yale on Sunday iif!(;inoc.n. An a^ent (Mr. Copp) has boon appointed in Dovvrnl for tlio sale of tlio War Cry, whjcli, is a, very creditable production in its way. ■ - •
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
?OWBAL, POST OFFICE. Mails olose. for all) stations. North at 9.30 jp,m., daily (Saturdays excepted.), For Kangaloon, and Kobortson 2: p.m., daily, (Sundays, oxcopted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon. and Robertson at noon. d^ily, (Sundays excepted,), MailB arrive from, all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnigh.t, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations Vifost at 1.28 p.m., flaily, (Sundays oxeeptod.) Tha Bpwral Money Order ODice.closes at 6 p.m. Post Oflice.hours from 9 a.m.. to G p.m., and on Ijlundays,. fox delivery of letters,. &c., only, from 9 to' 10 a.ro, Telegraph Office hours from. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations&lt; south at 9,30 p.m., Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9. a.m. to G IJ..TO.
The Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
The Land. Rill. Last weclt in the Assembly on'tho motion o£ Mr. Garrett tho sub-section in tho Land .Dill which eon lined applications fiomsquaUovs to purchase land by virtue ot improvements to applications sont in beforo 3rd. January, 188!!, was omitted, so as to allow ap plications to bo rccoivcd to purchase by, virtue of im provements up to tho passing ot the now Land Hill. When tho subsection was inserted limiting appli cations up to Hrd of January, 188!!, the Government w era very firm, and Mr. Far null threatonoil to abandon the bill if the date waB altered, but Tor somo reason. tho Government acccpled Mr. G|irrott's amendment tho other evening. ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
DAVID MOFFITT, Auotioncor, Land anil Insurance Agent, ROBERTSON, 102 BIRTHDAY CARDS. uimonso Variety, m ami Stationery Dopot. A N Immenso Variety, at tho Frco Press Book XX. n ' " DR. W. MIDDLETON1 Cun be consulted daily at Mils. Uiiay's, Cannonduuy Cottage, MIT'l'AQONG, 131 DR. JAMES GRANT BLACK; Visits Pioton oh W^d^ehdayq and Saturdays and can bp consulted there botween tho hours of 9 and 11 a.m. Ill WOOD-PRESERVING Oil, And Keuosene Tar, WlwloaiUo, J, J, RUANE, Stores, Nattai. J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Properly Salesman, Insurance Agent, Ac., Ac., Opposito Railway Station, BOWRAL, MEDICAL. Db, R. DENNETT' JONES can be consulted daily at his residence iu Bowral and nt Moss Valo every Thursday morning between 11. and 12.80 at Mrs. Lovell's, Throsby Villa. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estato, and General Commission Agent, MOSS VALE.. Agent fojf- Victoria Fire Insurance Company. MEDICAL.. Dit. MADDEN - Will visit. Bowral on Saturday (forenoon) in, con nection willi tlio Oddfellow...
Public School, Burrawang East, [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
Public School, IJmT,wiiiia; Ens!-,, Mn. W. McConri, Mil5;, linn. received ft lottor from, tlio department of public instruction; wliiuh.for tlio, present doiors tho oicction of a eliiss-voom at tlio. nbovo school. Tlio minister plaids economy aa.oiiq... reason.
The Bowral free Press. Do as ad[?]saries do in law, Strive mightly, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
Che Dofoval Jfvcc |Jvcss. Do n» adeemiries do inlaw, Strive miyhlil>/, but cut mid drink ax friend*. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 183-1. It is with unqualified pleasuro that wo see the good work that is being dono by tho Board of Technical Education iu Sydney, in seeding skilled locturoys into the agricul tural ■■■.districts to instruct the farmers in scientific farming. Lust week wo puplislied an.: ex I met from ono of thoso lectures de livered in Kiaiuu on Ilust in Wheat; and this weok wo direct our readers' attention to Mr, Hamlet's lecture in Bin-rawing 011 The Use of Chemistry in AgricuHnyc,. Wo all know that the nmn vfUo cnu mako two blades of grass grow whole ouly one grew before deserves well of 'lib country. How much more thou should we begratoful to tlioso \ylio propose to toll us how to tako ho,-ivy crops from our farms, year after year in succession, without exhausting the lund! There is need for sonic such instruction, for farming in Australia lias not always been n. success. ...
Railway Crossing Moss Vale, [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
.iiaihvily Crossing Moss. Y'lilo, TiiK dopiu'tiiiout or public world, (in u IcLttir ki Mr., M.cConrt) dcelinos to, nltoiv itB- piovioiinly-oomnuini-, oiitod decision with,vognrd to crcctingfii cropiug: at; the junction o£ Spring-street, Moss Vulo, with tho, railway lino.
NOTICE TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 26 July 1884
NOTICE TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. We: regret to, announce,, at tho eleventh hour, through circumstances over which we. have had no control, our inability to publish Intelligence for a few mouths after the date origiually fixed. Owing to. the long-con tinued, illness of the junior proprietor of; the Bowml Free Press, and the : return of a very serious attack a few days, ago, 'which still renders him incapable' of resuming work, we havo, been compelled to postpone the publication of our ne\y sheet, till the health of Mr. D,. L. Beer is thoroughly re stored. Acting on the advice of his medical attendant (Dr. Jones), Mr. Beer will be unable to safely resume, work for a couple of months under which circumstances it is impossible for us to.issue.our new papor for at least two months. All subscriptions re-, ceiyed. on account of Intelligence will be re-: turned, on. application if desired, or-carried fQrward from, the altered date of the publica tion of that paper..