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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. ; PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULS.UIW,' p.m. 1.5 { Arr* * i*** MiHagong | Dop> 1.25 ; Bowral >> p.m. 8.50 , f Ait. 8-uU Jlittagong | Doin . ij.iO Jiowral „ . '3.18 JJaiij amu P. p.m, 12.1Q ■ ( Arr. l'i.lU • Jlittagong \ 'D ' , , 12,30 Eowral » - 12.38 Satouda* Additional a.m. 12, I Arr. 1«»: Jlittagong I DcPi . 12.10 Bowrul ii - ' 12.18

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

TEE 30WRAL FREE PRESS ia published ovory BATUnpAY MORNING, SunSOIUl'TIONS t-n Sixteen Shillings (10a) a year j or <1b por quarter p thrco months, payable in advanco. It Looked, £1 por year,' oy Cs per quarter. Qimrlora end March pi, Jtmo 30,, Sopteinlw 80, Dccomlicr 111, at which periods only can Bubscribora dccljno, by giving n week's notice in writing direct to the oflloo, aqd payipg to tho evid of thp thon running quarter, Aiwehtibino :— AdvovtleompntB arc eliiirgod lor at 'the following jato oaoh insertion Sixpcnecppv lino-up" to Jlvp: jincs; one inclj, 8u; overy additional inoli, la Gd, \vitii ii redaction or ono-fourth {or thirtcpn conseon iivo insertions, and of ona-third for twenty-six insertions, AnnotincotnontH q( Births, Marriages, flnd Poatiis, 2a (id each. ■ No advorlisomopt booked under Is. Gd, Advertisements sent to the office without notifying tho number ol insortiona will bo continued at adver, Visors' cost until an order is rccoived tq stop. Any person o...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

CATTLE AND SHEEP. Pates . for conveyance of cattle fat per truck) to Homebush are as follows:—From Goulburn, £4 4s i Marulan, £3 10a 8d; Moss Valo, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 Cs ; Picton, £110s. . Bates for conveyance of slieop (at per truck) to Homebush are as follows:—From Goulburn, £3 18s id ; Marulan, £3 5s 7d; Moss Valo, £212s; Bowral, £2 Ba; Mittagong, £2 Cs; Picton, £110s.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

PASSENGER TRAINS TO SIDNEY. JIaiIi and Passenqeb, Bowval Dop. 3.5 Mittagong j 3/25 ■ ' PASSENGER Tkains, Bowal Pop. 7.20. Mittagong j Eep\ 7:40 1 p.m. Bowral Dop. 1.8 : Mittagong ( j.io

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

IY1 I S CEL. LANEO US. A woman who was arrested: at Viminolu,. 1-lnngary,, confessed. I,bat slio piiisoiiod. lour husbands. and Imndmls, of wpinpn. dtiring Hit) mini, t wo years, A, number, of,accompli-. • cob 1 jfcvo boon, arrested.. ; Tho Zoological Gardens, in, the. RegenCa, <Park, London, now contain 25398.oreaturi-s. i according, to thp,.society's la,si, iinnual'i-opurt —Till nia.mmals, 2i3(,)8, birds, and 2(19 rop-. I ilea. Tlio visitors last yeajr mujil)Oj-udi: 7-i3,-i85., ' • An immenpo. cycling/ track,, to. extend; from,London, to Brighton,, and, to bq owned by tliom«cl.vcs,;is, proposed; by English. bioy-. clists aud, trioyclisls.. I,t will be about -15, miles long,. 18.foot wide,, paved, with. asp-, halt,, and of easy gradients^, Tho avorago. cost per mi}o. is estimated; at 0|i,000 dol-. Jars. A wealthy London morclmnt is reported; as having said—' I always feel happy, \yh,ei\ Iain advertising,, for then I' know.; tliat,, waking or slcoping, I have a. strong, t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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The Electric Oil Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Tlio. Wec.frie Oil Jiinii]).. i"JNd gione, no chimney, no substitute. tor citnor,. | no.smoko, no odor, 110 danger, explosion impossible." ; Wo received- a, visit it few days ago from. Mr. 11.. Allhjgham, (representing Mswm MeConpell nml; ; Allingbiim, D.7 Ciisilcr.eagh-street, Sydney), and had tho.plquwuo ot seeing 0110 oC their lamp* bumiug an. roproscntocr by tbpm, in lho> woi Is. bonding this, paragraph. It: giwe n.reajly splendid light, mid should find itii.wny into many an-fVutraliau hopip. It iorosene, is easily man|igo.l, and bard to got out of order, '.^lio-ngunt is going through the Australian colonies in a hoiisp-to-hoiii.e canvas ; and anyone i'i parts v.'Jipni lie m-.ny have escaped, a^.iiwho A'J'Sl'fc hlte to Invu l.hv." I'leetrus o)I-I;imp " all to themselves, may, bnKu'ppliel by wiling lo their, ttvdney hiiiisc. Wit ueu.l sc.uecly say that Cousin .foii.itbivM i». the. iiivitiM'!', an.I we. a«s told that tbOiiHiiM in" them are in. use in I ho world. The lamp, in to...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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HICKEN LOOPER'S DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

mCKEiXLOOPJill'S DOG'. GuNKitAii lliclconloopor of Cincinnati', bought a Nowf aindland pup, -ltisb s«mm.or for jiis cliililroi i"Ho was S:i small," say a Lhc Gonoral,. in a lender yofc anxious voice, "•That a comfortable bod coul,d bo mad o for him in a bandbox, but lie began to grow fast., I bought liini, a dog licnnol,.calcula ting on, his growth,, of course,, but it soon proved too. small,, and-1 had to get a bigger ouo.. Finally, 1 bought a third kennol. tho largest made,, almost as big as a street car, and Towser- got so. large that lio had to oome out'of that beforo lie could turn ovor, and I gavo him tho door-yard. To ltoop. him from got ting out into tho street and frightening' passers-by,. 1 Liui.lt a, high fence,, around th.e yard.. Tho, dog leaped, over it.. Then I built a lattico-work so high as almost to. hido, the view from, my second storey window. Towser tore that down, snd would amuse people by corralling people in- their houses.. X sold him a number of times,; but ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Adelong Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

The Addon# Aims. Mn. S. Giiovrh, proprietor of tlio Tiimnt nnil Arlolong Tiinas, ImH issued n now sheet cullcil llio Atlolong Argna, to bo f ubliitlioit weekly. Excepting that it lionrs another iiuino it iloesi not nmtcrmlly ilitToi' from tlio TiincH. Mr. tiiuvcn no iluubt liftM bin eye to biminosH in issuing liis now journal ft week or two abend of tlio Aclolong Minor which in to bo publiiihcKl by Mr. McMiietcva, the first insuo to apimr on tlio 9 tli instant.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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MIXED CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

MIXED, CROPS; It is. a well-known fact that mixed crops are more productive than those sown singly. Tlxus. one acre sown to oats or barley,, or oats and peas, will yield as much, or-nearly as. much, as two acres sown singly to eithor I crop. So Lu grass lauds, clover and timo thy, mixed,, will produce nearly twice as much as if the ground were seeded in of these alone. It is also a well-known faot that our grass lands are not so productive as we could wish, and the reason of this, may be, and probably is, that we have one or two kinds of herbage in them. If we ex amine an old,, thick,, luxuriant sod, in a pas ture, it will bo found to oonsist of a variety of grasses and other plants,,oach of whioh seems to vie with tho other in occupying the soil for itself* This is the result of natural seeding, and gives us a lesson which we may well profit by. Tbero is another rea son why grasses, should be mixod ; this is the faot that the period of greatest vigour of different varioties occur a...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Publio Opinion.—On almost everything oreatoil by nature or mamifaoturoil by the skill ol .man tlicro in a diversity of opinion. Sometimes tho contrasts nro bo manifest ami striking as to load ono to tho conclusion that tho mind of ono of tho two ob servers must be a little out of order. On tho worku of groat poets, architects, historians, novelists, and actors thcao contrasts of opinion nro most freqnont; but no two opinions lmvo ns yet boon -expressed on tho excellence of workmanship and boauty of (ininh Mr. A. Hitter, painter, grainor, and deoorator of Mohh . Vale, always introduces into tho work onlrunlod to hia management..—A nvT.

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A DYING-OUT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

A DYIM-OUT KACEa According to a very patlietio report sent by. Lieutenant Frederick to Wvs Moscow Gazette, there will soon be no Kamschatkans left in Kamscliatka, The population in a district larger than the whole of France, which was once above GO,000,. had in 1880 fallen off to G200. The only occupations of tho inhabit ants are shooting and fishing. Their food consists almost exclusively of fish, for the annual income of any one rarely exceeds lGs., for which not oven 4Glb. of flour can bo bought. On the western coast things are even worse; the mortality in these parts is even greater than in the east. On tho Com modore Islands however,whicli are separated by a distance of hardly 800 kilometers from Kamscliatka* the population is flourishing amain under the benevolent supervision of an American firm. It is, very sad, do doubt, to read of the dying-out of a whole poople ; but considering what Kamschatka is, man kind does not suffer much by the extinction of the ICawschatkans.

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Marriage at St. Nicholas's, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Marriage at St. Nicholas's, Goulburn. A vuinr interesting ceremony carao oft at St. Nic holas's Church, North Goullnirn. on J.'uesony last, when tlvo niarriago of Miss hliza Jano Oram, daughter of Mr. W. Ii. unimn, 10 auv zi. L. Davis, of liownil, wns celebrated by the Bov. (>. M;D'Arcy Irvine. Tho bride, dressed in lavqndor Billc ami wearing a wreath ot orango l)loH8om», was led to tho altar by her father, tho bridesmaids (six in number} , .following,, and lqoking remarkably attractive Fivo of those young hvdies were sisters of the bride, tho sixth being Miss A. Alexander., Tho Qhuyeh, was • Mled to over-flowing, anil as the bridal party on*, tered Miss D'Ajrcy Irvine played tho " \Vedding March." Tho officiating clergyman then proceeded to solemnize .the marriage, and Mi-, and Mrs. Da^is ; having been made man and wife, they left tho churehj. tho organ.in tbo ii)oantimo bpingiuadeio.givo forth its sweet strains in a suitablo selection. As. tho car-, .riagc, whioh waB in readine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

yr, & D. L. BEER, Newspaper Proprietors, General Printers, Stationers, &c., &c,, BONG BONG-STBEBT, BOWEAL. J^IST OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND Rulod Noto Papers Plain ditto Water-lined ditto Foreign ditto Fancy ditto, colored nnd golTorod edges Mourning Noto Tutors and linvelopoa Foolscap, plain and rulod Laroclio's best Noto Papor and Envelopes ; ' Classio ditto ditto Original Bopp ditto ditto Chromatio Tinted Hopped Note and Evclope®, assorted, Is. lOd. per bos Tiio Royal Paportorio, assorted tints, wicker pattern, nolo and onvelopca, ft hand Bomo artic1oK 8s. 9d. per box .•■■■■ The Ducliess Uox ol Stationery, Is. Oil, Tho Handy Series Box of Stationery,, plain and floral, 1b. and Is. Od.. Tho Colonists* Tinted Box of Stationery, la., The Wondorful Box of Stationery, 'Jd. Enveloped, all sizes and qualities Playing Gauds, Od., i)d.t and Is., per paelfflfc . Ink Erasors Lend and Best Drawing Pencils. Pocket Companions Memorandum Books, Account Books: Pens and Pon-l...

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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

CONDENSED ITEMS„ 1'iar.ojj mntoh ami spoils at Sutton X^ovcsjt to-day. Tim oholqru c])idqnuc, in Franco, is gradually abating. Am oitlbreal: ol cholera is reported1 ftoiy t.wo placos: in Itussia., ; • Kino Tawhiao returns to Now Zcnl«fltl by wi>y o£ San Friuwico. Nv:\VT0WN won tho football match. against Bowrnli yesterday easily., Tim cholera lias tnado. its. apponranca in. ti.villngoi in. Northern Italy.. AVu uudqrnUi)(l that Mr. U. Tj. Tooth, cx-Al.Tj.A.,, leaves Ton Kjigland Homo timp this month., ■ Nj;\V South. Wnlca Coursing Club IioIiIm a mooting; at Fridge l'arlt nc.\t Wednesday and Thursday. . I'm: llecidiviijlo Bjll w.ill.not bo proceeded with by/ the Freiich lpgisl|ituro during, tho present Bossipn,. Mit. J, G, Mohuib will hold a salo of highly-hi-edi greyhounds at Kridgo l.'arlt, on,: Thursday next, 7th; instant., ■Tub British ilng. hoisted at Stolland' upon tho tin-, noxation of tlifit territory has boon pullod down by/ natives. Tim French troops in. Madagascar havo b...

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ST. STEPHEN'S PARSONAGE, MITTAGONG. LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

ST. STEinWN'S.TAKSONAflK, MITTAGOtfG. Laying- or i'mo Foundation Sxonu. ."Tub foundation atone of tlio new parsonage in oonneotion with St. Stephens's oliuvoli, Mittagoug, wa& .laid yesterday afternoon, by the Primato, Bishop Barry. In tlio morning a confirmation servieo was, held in St., Stephen's oliuvoli which, was uncom fortably crowded. SoyQiity-eigJit candidates were confirmed by his liordship, thirty, of whom wero from Bowraland the remaining iforty-oigbt from Mittagong.. Tlio. l'riniate •delivered two. excellent addresses., There . were pi-osGiifc ajso the Eovs. F. 0. Williams, |Cr. Shoppard,. B.A.,, J,. H. MuII.gujj,, naid; J. :W. Dobenham, M.A. After tlio confirma ition scrvico tlio company,, numbering* seve ; ral hundred,. ropaired; to. tho northern end • of" the fcow.n where the parsonage in. to, bo erected. .Devotional exorcises having been ; offered, Mr. J3fc E. Soutbcy.oneof the church wardens, presented- the Bishop with, a hand-: :somo mullet and silVor trowe...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL HORTICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

BBRRIMA I>1 STRICT AGRICULTURAL. HOJtTIOULTUKAL, AND JNUUSTRUU BOUHOT. Thf second annual meeting'of, tho- above washeld atv Mo In tyre's Hotel,. Moss. Vale, on Saturday last,when. about twenty mem bers wei'o presort., the uiclemenoy- oi tho weather, no danht, havm< >>n i>'loot on the attendance. In tho absouee of the president, Mr. Lackey,M.LA., Mi-. L.-0. Shepherd; J. P., vico-presidcnt of- tho society, filled the 'chair, and called on the secretary to. read the minutes of . tho last annual mooting, which was hold iu tho school of arts, Bow ral, in July, 1883. . The minutes woro then, read by the sec retary find confirmed. Tho socrefcary road the balun.ce-sbeet tor tlio past year, whi'ob, on tho motion of Mr. J.. G. Morris, seconded by Mr. Nicholson, adopted. _ The scrutic eers, Messrs. I,, S'. 1 ondfir,-. O. L. Nicholson, J. A. Badgery,. and. tho sec retary, horo left tho room, to go through, the ballot papers, and during tlipiu- fibseupc- the following- mot...

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SILENCING A BORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

SILENCING A BORE. Teere are nuiny humourous aneodotos ox,-, tant allowing how travelling botes aro got rid of,. but this last is considerably in ud vanco of maj»y others wo have heard. An exceedingly inquisitive;aud ii<lgety gentle mau, who was on a visit to this colony, hap pening to be the vis-a-vis in tho . rail way carriago to. an individual who not only very ! shortly got tired of his.companion, but had t been harassed beyond endurance-'by- the oatecliism lie was put through, was got rid of at last in this way : " Excuse me troub ling you again, my dear sir," said the in quisitor ; " but what is the name of this sta tion?" "Mittagong," was the rejoinder-. " Dear me, what a strange name ! And pray, why is it called Mittagong ?" ^ jn this way,." said this much-borod man*•' When they made the Government load, here, many years ago, a German had beeii engaged as cook to the party, and he had to wake them in the morning.. This he did by slinging up.a largo camp.-oxon and b...

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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

AiTt'UGOX.G. POLICE COURT.. HonoaiY July 21;. liiiFonE; Mjossrs. 1<:. it. YY.uahiro, r.M.;., ami H. Ohiids, J;,r. Mary Kenny v-. Bartholomew E.asli.. : Plaintiff cldmed <21 Gs, for wages.. ■ Mr. N.iohols.appearedfoi; plaintiff, and Mr. Goodfellowfpr defendant. . v Plaintiff' deposed- that slie-worked for de fendant two. day a at 5s. por day, and subse quently four weeks at Cs. per week, making a total of £1 14s.; plaintiff' admj.tt.ed t\ set off of 8s. for'a. pair o£ boots, which reduood the claim, to. £\ Cs.. Dofendan,t stated that thero was a further set off of 15,3. which h.e paid, on the-author ity-of plaintiff, to J.ames OhalJcor for rent owed by plaintiff,. James Chalkor deposed that the 15 s. w.as a debt oontractod by plaintiff's husband,, but plaintiff authorised tho- amount to bo paid by Mr. Bush to him. Mr. Nichols contended that defendant had no legal right to. pay- out of plaintiff's wages the sum of 15s. duo to her husband,, on blxe. verbal order o...

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A LIVING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

A .HYING DEATH, A noiiuiiiLE discovery was made 0110 morn ing rocently in !i box-car on the 0. N. 0. and T. P. llailway. The enr was what is | known as a boarding our, used for suction i men, and lmd boon side-tracked for several | weeks in tlio yard at Ludlow. Ky. It was | locked, and an omployee bad roason to open it, when bo was nearly ovorwholmod by a horrible stoncb issuing from tbo insido. Investigation discovered a negro,, who was stillalive, bub whoso foot and logs were literally decomposed. Medical assistance was at once - summoned, but a careiul inves tigation was for tlio timo impossible. Tbo sufforer told tbo following story —Ho en tered tlie car one night severul weoks ago to sleep, and while tboro was.aooidently locked in. Tbo weather was very cold, and lie froze both legs and thus lay for two wholo weeks, iu a ghastly condition, his legs slowly rotting away, and still be was unable to secure his release. Ho had a oliunk of meat which ho gnawed at intervals, and thus, ...

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"MAKING LIGHT" OF MEN AND WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

"MAKING LIGHT" OP MKN AND WOMEN. Eveut man lias 210 bones; exoopt tho minstrol corncr-mon, who hava 211 each. Tlio lungs contain 0110 hundred and sevont-livo million colls. This is what makes mail a pratical jokov, A man breathes nbout twenty timos a minuto—that is, uuloss ho is fat, or is walk ing away from a tailor with a bill. Tho brain of a man is twice as big as that of any other animal. That is why a roally noblo dog has so muoh roepoct for a man. A man's average weight is 1-10 pounds, except when lio has to wait for his wifo to clmugo her neoktio. Then it's forty min utes. A man's brain weighs thveo and a half pounds. A woman's is somowhat lighter, but of finer quality. That is what onablos her to tasto lard in her neighbour's pastry. Tho hoart in its normal condition beats seventy.livo times a minuto, but when a young man moots a protty girl at a party, and steps tremblingly up to proffer an oscoriliomo, tho number of beats—lienrt —instantly amounts up to 102 in the shado. T...

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