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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

WANTED, n. NUHSEGIIiL. Mrs. Debenliam, St. Judo's 1'avsonagc, Bowral.. 898 PROPOSED LAWN TENNIS CLUB FOR; BOWRALi IT ir proposed: to use as a club.ground the Lawn Tennis Court in course of construction at the bottom of Mr. Nott's .IjMll. Any person wishing, to join the club will please snml tlioir names to either of the undersigned as soon as possible. Tlie subscription for Jjowral residents will be I5s. per annum, for visitors 5s. per month. Proposed rules can bo seen at Mr. Morris's store, or can bo obtained from ' JOHN W. DEBENHAM. ' 307 GEORGE E. WELLFORD. Bowral Literary & Dobaling Socioly. RKGUr.All MEKl'INO in Sohonl or Arts TO. jMORUOW (Thursday) EVENING at 8 j'clnok. IIuhinkhs.—Headings, Recitations, nnil Essays. Public Invited. " ■ 895 C. SHAW, G fink mil Onocrcn, Dhafuii, In0NM0Nar.it, &a,, , Bong. Bong rstrcot, BOWllAJj. 2 BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM, MAN-BTnEET, SIlTTAnONO. V\. HUDSPETH, PrtOPllIETOIt. .4 IjXj descriptions of Boots nnil Shoos always on ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE DEMONSTRATION AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

ORANGE DEMONSTRATION AT moss VALE. On Wednesday last, November 5th (the an niversary of the notorious gunpowdcl- plot), a demonstration, orgauised under the ana pices of the united Protestant Alliance and Orange, bodies of Moss Vale, Bowral, aud Mittagoug, took place on the AgncnltUral Society's gçound, Moss Vale. Delightful weather prevailed throughout the day, and numbçrydt. about two ' iiuu-1 dred. ..Last year tho celebration was, hold in BowVftl, the attcndanco on which occa sion was fully four hundred. The Mittngong Brass Band of about thirteen performors was engaged for Wednesday last anil, under tho coiidnctorship'of tho'band master, Mr. Hardy, proceeded to Moss Vale by the ten o'clock a.m. goods train. On their arrival at the railway station, they were met by a. number of members:of the' Oraiigo Ijoçlgès; aiid Protestarit'AIliance Society in full rega lia, and a procession was formed and mar ched to tho show grouud-ta the inspiriting Strains of the band. A special attraction...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE OPENING OF THE BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

TUE OPENING. OJF THE B.Q.WttAL SCIIO.OL, OF ARTS* TO, THE llDITOn OF THIS IlOWIlAIi TOKR PRKHflk Sir,—I liftvo road with vory considerable in terest the. contributions in last Saturday's issue of thoI'Vce I'rcss on tho best way to.opon , tho Bowral school, of arts. I think the pub-., lie of Bpwral,\yill; agree with m.o in. giving you crodit, by offoring prizes for suggestions on tho abovo subject, for a manifest desire to arouso tho action of tho committee in dealiug'with tho'miitter and, as your suc cessful, .con^pti.tor,, says,' tcasiug tho mind, "'of the public.,'' li do, npt w.ish, to, critically analyse the prize competition of Miss Ada Goldsby (I can't for tho life of mo understand, w.hy the author conceals Ii.er proper name)' ; but"there,are,0110 or t\v;o points.on which I would lilco to say ft frnv words. Miss. G;old sby proposes, to offer a premium, of live guineas for tho composing a.nd sotting to music of an original cantata suitable for tho occasion, and to be. sung at t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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WHO IS TO BLAME? [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

'IVBÍO IS TO BLAHIE ? The, above, formed, the subject of; a. lectural •ajdtlrçss, delivered, on Friday evening last-in ■the Wesley an Church, Bowral, by the Eev. G.. B. Fairey, a gospel tempoi,aucei evangel ist,'-of Sydney, and the liero'of tho'Eob Eoy Canoe., There.Ayas, a fair attendance. The chftir Hyas: occupied by Mr.'E. T. Booth, and the proceedings commenced with devotional exercises, aftoi; which the chairman, intro duced Mr. Fairey to the audience; The lecturer,, having referred to the somewhat small; attendance, aud 'assured those who were present that they would hear-the same discourse as would be delivered if the build ing were crowded, proceeded to refer to the qvils.of intemperance that exist throughout the world, and especially among the Anglo Saxon pRople, and after ' picturing.; in vivid language the misery aud degradation caused by intoxicants, asked the question, Who1 is to blame?; After-giving the publicans, the lipnufacttirers, apd, tbfi wine and spirit mer 'oha...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Lord Loftus and Sunday Railway Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

Lord; Lo flus ¡md Sunday Railway Travelling. Tnu Oamphclltown Herald oñ 8th instant Bays:— "On Sunday, lost tho Governor wont through to 'Mosb Vale by, Eiicqia.1 train. It seems n pity that the " head o £ the'Statu " should show so Imd an cx , ample. Surely lie above nil should try to minimise Sunday, traffic,' and prevent, as far as possible, un necessary Sunday labor.. Besides, Loftus i a sneh a pool1, hard-worked soul I AVo wore nearly forgetting —ho waited aver Saturday-night to see how many pullets tliqvç were, in this, last clutch of eggs lie sat thrco weeks previously. It is somo satisfaction to think that Time will put an end tp'such humbug."

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Our Pastime Column. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

Our Paslimo Column.* •I. A TUTTI METICAL, l'UZfiM!.—A boy wns ncnt to » woll to gel 4 quints of wntor. Ills molhor sup plied liim ■ Willi n !! quart nnil a fi-quiirt mensuro. Mow did ho «et llio correct mmntity? (Will lio answered nc*l Wpdnepdiiy,) . - v. 1 . ' Î ?t " Ahswcrs lo lnsf "Wcilnwlny's ptuizlos :— J, Double Aorpslifl, <• Bowrnl," viz,, ««IB OportO yf i \ low « < V o » Aloxnndvi A Ij n t o r n It OoiTCot nnswors rccoivod from Alosara, .7, D. Shoviff find iT." Ii. ÇiunjilielI, Bowrnl ; "filso from Auntio. Almost oorrcct answer from Uneles Ned and Hurry, Bundnnoon. 2. Anngrnin, " BowrnlCorrect answor from Auntio j lilao from Uncios Ned and Jinrry» Wo o.lïçr n .prize of 2/0 for the best 21 Ifnos. of lioctv.v living reference to miy town in llio Burrimn. d^striot., desoriliingoilher itsboa.iiti.n«,iii.îuonil wcalf.lt, or other iittnictiojis. Also n ensh priiso of; ás. öd. for llio best aarostia on .Spring ; « ml n prizo for 2/G for the host und most conci...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Concert at West Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

I Concert at 'Wcst Kíuigaloorr. Ox Friday ¿vßnin/i^ Octolicr 31st, the annual concert in connection with 'the Muliial Improvement Society: was held in the hall. Tlicre was a large attendance'. Mr: A. Alcorn presided. The programme, consisting of a variety oí solos, choruses, recitations, leadings, and dialogues, was rendered chipily by the members of the socioiy, Mr. Vi. Hart of -Bowral; and Miss Turnbull of Burrawang assisted. Mr. J. Smith played ft cornet solo, and Mr. .1. Curtiss in a stump oration gave some very good local hits. At the closc complimentary votes of thanlts were passed to the cliairmnn and to all who assistéd." The Franchise Bill lias passed its second reading by a majoiity of 110 votcs._

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

LOVE. Love is all on fire, and yet is over freezing ; Lovo is much in winning, yet is more in loesing: Love is ever sick, ancl yet is nover dying ; Lovo is ever true, and yet is never lying ; Lovo docs doat in liking, and is mad in loath ing ; Love ludeod is anything, yet indeod is noth ing. ■ T ' ■

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

J, L. CAMPBELL, IN returning thnqkq (o thç Jr^abitants of BOWHAL, BEMIIMA, nnd surrounding Districts, bogs to inform tî^cip, ho |a now in i> position to supply everything in tho Tratio at tho LO\VEST MAlUqp RATES, m\ lywi^ liooQi^o thoroughly suUafiod'tlint tho rosi dont s of tho district only neod Bomç i^ducompnt jnu'çhuse their goods ÇOB OaSH, ho l\aa determined to raalto A RED^ÇÏÎQli 4Lïj JROXJTîiP FOR CASH ONLY. Then \vhy pay ^ VM dob^a wh,en yoù çan aavo 2 or ä shillings in. (¡hq £r by jiurclyising for cash at ,h( CAMPBELL'S, ?• A&WAÏS Oír: IÍANP.. AliWAXS, ON. mm Groceries of tho best quality, Household .Ivonijiongevy -Buildors' Ironmongery- " , ' Galvanised Iron ;■ Galvanised Iron. Tnnks¡ Ridge Capping j O G- Guttering Down Pipes, Spikes, and Tubes,, «fco., <S;o.. While Lead, Oil, Turps, and Colora, ' Ciockery and Tin Ayaro "Flour, Corn, Bwu, and Pollard' Tobacco, Pipes, Cigars,, anjl. Cigarettes—tho best assortment il), tojvfl. . Jewellery .Stationery, ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPERESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETH.15L GARLAND; oh, Undying Love. It Y AHA G 0 f; I) S H y, (WWTTKN EximKSSLY FORTIUS BoWUAT* FuEli PllK8S.) CHAPTER JJI, Etiieij Gottago was to bo dosorted. That •was tho name Mrs. Garli\ncVs pretty villa Iiad boon known by for mfiuy yoars. It was ' called Maihol Cottage boforo Mr. Garland died.' But it was lo be deserted. Every thing was in-ft bustlo; preparations for leaving bad boon going 011 for soveraldaya; thoro woi'P so many things to bo disposod of; so many to bo kept; which facts greatly liiudcrcd tlio \york of gotting ready for a long journey to Australia. v Ethel Garland was now seventeen years ■ ■pld;' ' Slio iiitd lived with her uiotlier in Ethol Cottago all her lifo timo. Mother and daughter ha'd Viycd togotlior since tho death '■of Mr.' Qarlaud- Occasionally boiiio of Ethbls's schoolmates or friends woujd spend a'woolt or hyp. with her. The cottage seem ed to be as pretty iis it wt\s wlion. Mr. Gar land first'tool: bis yonug wife to live tlioro. ■...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

DAISY LATIMER; or, For Love or Wealth. ciiAPTEii iv. (Continued.) Lady Montague was a splended typo of Span ish Beauty ; her large black eyes could look very soft and tender, but they could also bo haughty and stern, when hor ladyship drow up her long throat and transfixed you by a staro. At the proseut moment her gaze was fixed on Sir Philip's aquiline features, seen in profile against the window ; and Daisy, looking in unpercoived, thought to herself that the great lady's heart was decidedly suscoptible whero her cousin was concerned. Whore is Miss Latimer ?" demanded Lady Montague of the footman. "I am here," replied a sweet voice, and the youug girl entered, laying her flowers on a side table. " So you have been out ?" Lady Monta gue surveyed her charge critically ; but the impression of the previous night remained unshaken. • Daisy was beautiful, and not only beautiful, but refined and wellbrcd as Maicia Montague herself. A bitter jealousy grew up in the woman'» heart as sho to...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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West Kangaloon Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 12 November 1884

West Kangaloon Mutual Improvement Society. At the regular meeting on Wednesday evening last   the following question was debated —"Whether is there more pleasure derived from the pursuit or pos session of an object?" The premier opened in favour of pssession. At the close of the discussion a division was called for which resulted in a majority for for pursuit, consequently, the ministry were defeated and very likely will tender their resignation at the next meeting.    

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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CHURCH SERVICES, Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

CHURCH SERVICES, Church of JEiuilitnd. Sorvicps lo-mqrrow, Növombor 10 Hoiiß Boih;, at 11 Sntton ForoHt, (it 11 anil 7.UQ Bumlanoon, (it !l Mount Aaliby, at 3 j\{08» YrIq, at WO,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

13 0.0KS, Ç U BLIÇATION.S,, &o. /OjN SALTS' ni tho.Frco, Prn5S;BopU ancl- Station V./ ory-Dopot, Bowrah. SONG- BOOKS,—A gigmV variety, o.t • English, Irish, Scotch, and American, cuntan^n# sen timon ta], coniie, and nig'gor sopgs,;. {s0¡ü.8d. upwarîla, HITS AND. SKl'l'Ç.—Humorous sketches by ¡Dill N.yo,'illustrated, prico 8cl. by postlOd.* HOME CHIMES'.—Containing. short talcs, essays, etc. 9d. by post lid. NEVER.—A Hand-Book for the Uninitaled and Inexperienced Aspirants to Bcfined Society's Giddy, Hqights^aud Glittering Mtainrannts, 8d. by'post 9(1. 0I111ISTÏ, MINSTIIEL SONGS with music, Is. 6d. by post Is. 8(1. BIOGK APHJEg. OF CELEBRITIES- FOR THE PEOPLE.—including. Leading Liberal Ppl iticans, Leading Conservative Politieans, Divine?, and Eminent Literiiry'Mcn.vIliustrated Ayith'Portraits Is. 3d. by post Is. 5d.' THREE EXPERIMENTS Ol? LiyiN'G.—Living \Y¡tliin the M^eans.. Living up io.tUg' Means. Living beyond thq.Meana. 9d. NURSERY TALES: FOR CHILDREN}—Beau ; tifully i...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. T9.-TU12 ElílTOn OF. TUM IlOWllATi lTttKli I'JtEßfl. Sut,—After çomç delay (partly my own fault), I havo obtained statistios about'■the attej\i}anoo of o'argy at l'ort-street school, concerning which Vorita V, not! I ■ (Jilïo^nd soino weeks uro. Tho truth apparently. lit»». lmt\vçon our two siatomonls.; The visitor«'- book does not quito boar out tho Rynort returns, ape duu.-i it show. Veiito's assertion quilo accmrate. The facta are these i Mr. Willie's name ia rçc.orded twice overy weolc. Mr. \Jnwin undertook to atloml otieo every week. I learn that he has attended, but whether regularly.or not I cannot lull, for ho oither clops not sign Iiis name, or olso nigiy it iis tho girl's book not consulted by nvy informant. Tho curato of St. l'hilips was supposed to. attend once every week from April 1880 to May 1881, l\ut o.uly attended txventy-nino times. From that timo till JttnVv 1Ç93, his name, does not appear. I;'rom ,íu»¿> to Dwsnibcr I8S2, seventeen times...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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OPENING OF THE BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE RRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

OPENING OP THE J30WHA.L SCHOOL OF ARTS. Tits KDtToit of tub no\ytur< rnr.r. rni!HH, : Stil, In your írruo of the 12th instant appear« n lettor signed " Bartholomew Donen," respecting tho opening of tho Buwral School of Ai t m, ¡11 which llio writer is very insolent ¡n liifj strictures on tho lady who was miccpHnriil in tho competition (or your prize essay on thu above subject. Bartholomew Dones is, 1 have no doubt, one of those individuals whq delights in rushing into print 011 tho slightest protest, hin loiter being totally uncalled for, as ho noitlipr olïorfi any HtiggcRliqnij nqr daoa ho oppose thosa of Mist! Avili Ooldsby ¡ but endeavours hy strategy and sarcasm I9 induco her to discloso hor true name; for ho says "I can't for tho lifo of mo understand why tlic author conccals hor propor name.'' The same words may ho usotl against hor critic, as I havo no doubt it ho explains why ho con coals his iiftmo hq will havo explained Miss Goldshy's reason at tho samo timo. Th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Melropolitan Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

Mcjropolüaii: Gossip,. (Pnom O.UH OonllKüL'p.NJ'ISNT ".C1.AISA.") ISvii.iYiioiiï Iii -(¿¡lad Unit (hu premier 1ms so far. ro CiJVi/!* I Trenn Iiis piiviilyliii stroke as lo be rrn tile ovo t>" iijiilmrVing tor "ii trip to N"w XiMlnn I, where, the liianiig nil', mid ppruh'incu n lri:il of Ilia iuuipushot spri^Ks, inty. finish Ilm restoration. happily begun. Tot jI would, lip yain. (u hopo t'.mi Mr. 'Stuart will lie tho sum« man agaiir. 'J'iio tixo.li is boenlnil to the zoo!, ut i'v) treo.an] though it may stand a littlo loiig'T, ¡i wiil uUiiiift(/ily fall. H.iiivovoi;, it ia. to ¡1:1 hopüd. «.hat >ihe, valuable and usoful lit« may 1m spared to friends and relatives, if not quite, up to.'lho mark of public survicp. Thovo is a rumour.that thu ftlloriii'y general will retain iho seat in, tho cabinet that tlio, illness of tho chiof- secretary left vacant. Ho took it pro torn., but whether ho will accopt it it permanently romains to bo soon. It was whis pered that if Mr. Dalloy decl...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CPAPTER III. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

ROMANCE AND REALITY; 01: .SENSE AND SENTIMENT.' CPAPTER III. (CONTINUED.) V She,is goiug to oiler to be hi.1? wife, for a thousand I" he exclaimed. lint she must no' go to the oflice, she'll discover .every thing. We'll look hor in her room till night, then she'll go to Hackney.' A , few, hour*' imprisonment will only strengthen her determination, I'll go up to .■Ler.'''" . ■ 1-Ie was only just in timo ; bonneted and cloakod, Maud was just about to issue from 1 hor room, when ho stood; beforo lier. ; Whore aro you going ?" he demanded harshly. . "To An— to. Mr. Hamilton's," sho, re plied. ' " You shall do no such thing. You shall not quit this house." . ; " Oh,: father, do not bo so heartless," she. cried passionately. Do not make me fool that I shall bato you. We should be the first to go, to him in his trouble." ■ " I shall go to him, but I shall not per mit you to go in the mood that you anr : in..; Why,, you'd be capable of any folly. Bo you will please to keep your room till yo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE, DOWN TMAINtf MlOM.SflWHY 'TO Tim COUNT11Y, • HIait, 1'iui.N'!c!tvGR Sydney daily, Snndays excepted, at. 8 p.m.; Mitlagong, daily, Mondays 'excepted;--at 12.J!0 11.111.; .Umvrnl, 1 iJ.ilS ; and Mosn Vulo, 12.50. }J\si'.i;Nnisu 'J'kain Ioivvob Sydney ilnily, Sundays ex cepted, ill. U ft.in.; Mitlugong, 1.25 p.m.; ]Jo\vral, 1.85 ; Moss Yale, 1.47. Xll' T1M.INS F1IOSI THE OOUM11Y TO SYDNEY. Mai&Thais leaven Uoidburn duily at 1.10 a.m.; Mobs Vale, 2.55; ]Jowral,8.7 i Mitlagong, 3.25 jarriyes in Sydney at (5.-10. Parkenouu tjiain loaves Goulburn daily, Sundays excepted, at 11 a.m. ; Moss Vale, 12.50 p.m.; Bow ral, 1.12; Mittngong, 1.15; arrives in Sydnoy at 6.20. A passenger train leaves Moss Valo ovory morn ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.15 ; Bowral at 7.80; ar rives in Sydnoy at 11.80; returns from .Sydney every evening, Sundays excepted, at 5.8, leaching jjowral at 0.18 and Mors Valo at 9.-10. The tourist train leaves Sydnoy ovory Saturday at 8.80 a.m., and arr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 15 November 1884

Publio .Opinion.—On almost every thing created- by nature or manufactured by the skill of man there is a i adversity of opinion. Sometimes the contrasts are bo manifest and striking as to lead one to the conclusion that tbo mind of one. of the two ob. eorvcrs must be a little out of order. On tho works ! of great poets, architects, historians, novelists, and octors theso contrasts of opinion are most frequent; but no two opinions havo as yet been expressed on tho excellence of workmanship and beauty of finish Mr. A. Hitter, painter, grainer, and decorator of Moss Vale, always introduces into the work entrusted to his management.—Advt.

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