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ENSILAGE v. MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

MSIUGE v, MIUC, The. offect of ensilage on tlio production of milk has lately been tried at Lord Londesborougli's Park Fnrm,. near Market Weighton. Four oows were selected, and' from the 1st of January to the 10th had 181b hay, 81b choppy, 101b ground oats, 141b roots (mangels), Sib cake (cotton), 481b each cow—-with a total result from the four cows of 10951b of milk for ten days. From Jan uary 11 to January 20 the same cows had 2.81b ensilage, 141b roots (mangels), 81b cake (cotton), 101b. ground oats—55lb eaoli cow —and the total weight of milk at the end of 10 days was 11661b, showing an increase of 211 in favour of the ensilago. It was thought better to do away with the roots as one of the cows was Blightly purged ; conse quently from the 21st to the 25th the fol-. lowing food was given ; —lOlh ground oats, 31b cake (cotton), 5lb maize meal, 821b ensilage—501b each oow—with very satis factory results; in five days 5781b of milk, which, if continued, for the 10 days, would give ...

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

^J^AJmSD, Female General SERVANT. Apply ,lV ilerald office, Oampbclltown. 235 "VfTANTED, a Good General SE11VANT. Apply VV Mrs. II. T. llooth, Mount Best, Bownil. - ?il2 "WANTED, ft General SlflllVANT. Apply to , IT Mrs. MoNaught, Public School, Mitta- j gong. '' 237 WANTED immccHnloIy, (i smart intelligent LAD i\s apprentice to, tho Prilling business. Apply ollko of this paper, I WANTED, a respeotable Young Woman as i Y NUUSE and Ncedlowoman. Apply Mm. II. 13. Jones, Annorley, Bovvral. 210 W ASTR VAIMilRj 0 lbs. for Is,, oflico o£ this paper. '■ ' TO LET, rpSVO UNFUIINISUED BOOMS, iyilh use of X Kilebei). Apply to- . • ■■■■■.-■ MISH GIHBONS, 229, Clara Cottage, Bowral. TO THE GENERAL PUBLTC. MR. F: MOOllE, having heard that his narao is still being used, without his authority, in i connection, with, the saw-mill at Colo Vnlo, carried on under tho- name oMjorrio- and Moore; hereby gives.uofico, th(U since Ootobor, 1883, ho has had uo qonijpction whatever wi'.h.thc businqss,. y^i m i...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

COMM E RC I A L. Sooth Coast ani> Wi'ht Camdkn Co-orKitATtvE Company, Ttmrrisu. Butter, 1st, per lb., 13d to 1 yd „ l 2nd, no (Icnmml Ilneon, best Meriitibul/i linnd onred, 8d to lOil „ bcHt, inacliino curoJ, 7«l to 8d : „ henvj- mill rough, fl.l to Od Hums, bust Merimbuln, hand cui'od, 10J to Is „ mncbino cured, Bd to lOd Lftrd, 7d to 8d ■ Cheese lRt, por lb., (3d to 7d „ 2nd imd interim', 'Id ta Gd 1'ijjn, alive, per lh, 4d to Gd Calves, ciio.li, 8s Gd to S(0h Od IlideB. por lb, ttd Calf flkina, ennli, Is Hd to Is fid 'lullow, ppr ton. iliJiJ On to £33 Os Maize, per bushel, 'la -id to '1h 5d liny, outci),pcr ton, £0 0a to £0 10a Od „ Income, do., £',i lO.sto Cfl ISnQJ Potatoes, do., £.'t 15a Id IM Ids Qd FowIk, per pair, -In Hd to Is Ud Duoltfl, do, 5h Oil to Us Oil Ocobo, do, 8a QJ to 'Ja 0J Turkeys, do, 7» Od to Ilia Od JiyKH, por don., Is 'Id to Is (id July «1, 1881.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Catholic Church." ' ' Mass will bo celebrated on "Sunday next at ilia Convent, Moss Vule.'ut 11 o'clock.

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THE MAIDEN PARLIAMENTARY SPEECH OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

T UB. MAI DM PiVULTAMENTAllY SPEHGII OP TlUi i'ltliXCIi OP WALjiSi. The following is the speoch delivered by the Prince of Wales in the House of Lords on the 22nd February, boing his first iu that Assombly, and was on the question of dwell ings for the poor:— " The Priuoe of Wales rose with tho Earl of Shaftesbury, to whom ho offered to givo way by resuming his seat, but tho noble eavl insisted on giving way for his lloyal Highness who said,—My lords,, your lord ships cannot fail to have listened with your greatest interest to the speeches which have ikllen from, tho. lips of the noble marquis and of tho noble lord who have just sat down —speeches, which cannot have foiled to inalto a deep, impression on your lordships' house.. (HeaVv hear.)i I feel oonvinccd also that your lordships,, in common with all classes, of Her Majesty's. supjects,. will be gratified to learn that tho noblo marquis lias asked for a searching inquiry i.uto.this great and momontous question with1 regard to th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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BRINGING A FRIEND HOME TO DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

BRINGING A FRIEND. 1I03IE TO DINNER. The Spoopendyke of the Brooklyn has be come hospitablo. - " Say my clear," whisperod be, closing tbe door carefully and approaching bis wife with a broard grin 011 bis visage. " Say, my. dear, Spocklewottle's down stairs in the parlour.. He has eotno to, take dinner with ub !" " Groat gracious,!" exclaimed Mrs. Spoopr eudyko, dropping her work, and bustling up, to the glass to araingo her hair. " What did ho come to-day for ? Don't ho know it's wash day "He came for dinner!" retorted Mr. Spoopondyko; turning palo about tbo lips. "What fl'yo sposo lie came for? To be washed ? What lias, wash day to do with, it?' Think the man can be soaked in a tub and hung over the clothes line with a raoas ley wooden pin astride tbo small of bis back? Well, lie didn't:, lie came for grab,, and ydn want to bustle around and get it profcty live ly for him, or I'll begin to serve up tbiugs myself before long." " But my dear," remonstrated Mrs. Spoopondyke,. " there...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Harold Netherly; on, THE GAME O V LIFE, CHAPTER IX. Mr Tkemaine bad expected Bonbon Bradley much oarlier at Actor* Gourt with liis bond, and tho dolay had greately irritated his daily more aud more irritable and moody temper; tho slightest contrariety now suf ficing to throw the once equable j". placid mindod Actou Tremaine into transports of rage. Wonderfulrperplexing to himself, was the change that the few weeks which had ©lapsed since that confession to his daughter had wrought in him : ho seemed to literally breathe an atmosphere of self-abasement : Violet and he rarely met save at meals ; . and her sad silent submission as to an in exorable destiny; her lingering affection for him, wholly divested of respect; her pity tinged with contempt, as he interpreted it, exasperated, almost maddened him, and he felt that unless a oliango took place he should come to hate her,—yes, oome to hate his own, his only child ! No marvel that he, at times, almost doubted his own identity •with th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. A TOILER'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Scltcf Dtfctrn. A TOILER'S SONG, A homely man, of lowly birth, I toil as days roll by; And yet 110 King intliu wida earth Was c'or luoro bloat than I. Tree that my bomc is but a cot, Ami I must toil for lirontl; Yes I am thankful for my lot Anil cheerful lift my head j And with a smile tlia world I face, Contentment in my heart, Determined I will fill my plnco : And play a true man's part. The world may scorn my low estate, My dims misunderstand j But only ho is truly great Who works with heod and hand. Ho livcth bost who sorvetli best His Qocl and /el!o.\v-n?fin ; Jjifo was not given us hero for rest, For work with life began, All things of beauty ov of uso, Which men with hand or brain For ono anothor's good product), Aro to tho rqco a, gain. . Ho wlia disdains all honest toil Isolds hut a woythless creed ; Did no ono weave or till the soil We should bo poor indeed. Work forms a part of God's good plan l<"or our humanity ; True labour dignifies tho mnn Whoso heart from ...

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Wcshyan Church. Sorvicegto-morraw, August 3 :—. - Mittngong, at 11, Mr. Morrisat 7;.Preacher- .. ;-> Bo\vral,,ut, ll,Huv. Q. 01 clou ; at 7, Mr. Gregory lCanynloon, sit 11, Mr. Wlilsli; at 7, Mr.. White, • UoberlBon, at 7; Mev.'i1. R. MoMichaeIJ ' Moss Vale, at 8,.open-air.-seuvico, and in tho Odd. fellows' HalL > > W.ild'a.Meadow, Friday nost, at7,,Rftv. 0.,01don.

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

St. Stwhen'b, ; MiaTAooNOi, Soryicos ovory Sunday. at 11 a.m. and 7.p.m.anil first Sunday in. tlio month, at 8. p.m.; r Colp (Goloraan's Siding), Bceoud Sunday. in- the rnonlh, at ii.p.ra.. Lower MUlagony, third Sunday in the monlbj at 3. Jolloro,. fourth Sunday in tlio month, at b jj.m.

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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Presbyterian Church,' • Minister—Row John Jivans, ftf;A£ " ' " Services to-morrow, 'August; 3.: Sutton PoreHt, uHl- ' ■ ■ MittiiRong, at 3, - . _ : . •' Moss V«Io,.at %• -j.

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Primitive JUjitltodist' ChurcK, . Sorviccs to-morrow, August 3:— >,t Bowral, n't ll,.Bdv..B. Jennings ; at 7', Mr. J. Stokes Bundanoon, at 11', Mr. R. IXobWub-; at 7, Rev. II. Jennings ... Iiiugwood, nfc i>; Mr. R. Iloflkina • ' " * liosworth, on Monday, at 7, Bov. B; Jonninga. v

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

BERRIMA. Tins MntuaMmprovoniont Society appoars to bo dofunot. JPivo mombors attonded lant Monday evoniug, but 110 business was done. Tho following is a roport of 1110 shaclo tomporaturo liovo for tho montli of July :— Average moan lomporoturo, '17*24 Mnxnuum (Gllrnnd 7th) cooli, 8'1' ■. Ariniimui (aiithj, at* Greatest variation (fitli), GQ Least variation (1-Hli), (I It will bo soeu by tho above that wo htvvo luvd all kinds of torapomturo botweon 21* and .84*, Tho first part of tho month waa .o^tyomuly jnild, tho thormotnoter not vogia teying {rooming botwoon tho-2nd and 13th. Thoro isnothing of importauco o.ccuvviug liovo at prosoqfc, July Slv ,

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

Boots, Boots, Boots. W, H. W A I T E, .13 0 0 T WAREHOUSE, B 0 W R A L, lias just vcpojvocl a Inrgo stook of English and Colonial Goods suitable for tlic season, , . fov lijs cagtornorn ta hoJoqI; from; nucl l|o raeaua to boII at Sydney prices. Note the Address: W, H. WAITE, Boot Warehouse, Bowral. , " 238

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Jim AUGUST.. KrronRN.GiUiDBN,—Sow peas und-boanafor lato crop: also cabbngUjjQWuco,, onions, cauliflow.orp, lpelts,.ca ohalotK, rhubarb, and herbs.. Clow, and luoyori.Hoil; Sow as last inontli,with;additi(>!io£s()ring.vegolablps; in.Roiioral. AJ; end of, this month row. piunplrinjv roplons, .ouuu.n)bors,, vage.t;ablg;if}arrQ.iv;,, and plant. po tolucs.. , ■ ; :1 ' "1' Orchard.—PIunt evoryjdescription,ofv hardy frnifc ti'eqs, nfl a^plo, pear,. iiuince, almond, peaoh, chorry, apricot, orange, Ac. L'iniah.pruning and! manuring all kinds pi docidupus fruit, trees,,if, iiot.iireviously done.. ' ■ Flowor. Garden.—Transplant lilivs, nnomonos, flowering shrubs, roses,, magnolias,^cameliaSj.carnr.v tipna,.priim:oBea, A-e,. ' ' Fiolct.-JPreparo land for maize and summer, {,row-, ing crops. Sow whoat,barley and oats, in late dis tricts. Sow-tobacco in seed'beds, and protect from, frost. Sow sorghum- sceharatuui: in. seed beds for planting out ; transplant whon- six inch...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. LOCAL OPTION, TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

letters to the editor. i fcOOAI, OVTION, to tub kdito^i oit mtr. Fuitr, yjtuflav Sin,—I-wns vory much surprised wlion X road t,he loader in your Inst issue, and X think the \vritey must bp wilfully ignorant upon the. subject 0/ l,<?gal option, anil thao.bjcala at tho local option, league. I shall not attempt any argument in refutation ot what \yas .written, but shall content myseU by submitting fuels to show tho falseness of tho statements, qon tailed in tho article. You state Ih'st thn,t the-local , option league is composed of hundreds of people who n\ake up. i". Ma.' what they lnok in' knowledge, and that if thoy aro not fanatios they avo possessed of an , ardo.ur bordering on fanaticism. Nq.w, sir, whilst (.hero may bo many vory zealous persons among tho members of the league, yet, sir, 1 think tho descrip tion yon have given, will hardly answoi; for such mpn UK tho .following, who u^o tl^o 11 jirinio iuoyei;s" in ; this affair President—John If. Goodlet, Esq.. Yiee-P...

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

Sti Simon' and St. Jude'b, Bowhatj.. ServicoH every Sunday at 11 a.m. aud 7, p.m. Children's sorvico on tlio last Sunday, in tho month . . nt a.15 p.m..

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 2 August 1884

QHURQH SERVICES., Ghurch of England: Services toimorrow, August 3 Bong.Bong, at 11 Mpsa 11 and 7;. - r Mount Ashby, at 3 Sntton.I'orost,,at 3, ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

w. & D. L. BEER, Newspaper Proprietors, General Printers, Stationers, <Scc., &c., B.ONG UQNG-STHEET, BOAVRAL, j^IST OF GOODS ALWAYS OH HAND;-. Ruled Nolo Papers, i'lain ditto, "SVfttor-lincd ditto, Foreign ditto, Fancy ditto, colored nud goffered oilgea-, Mourning Nolo Papers nud Envelopcii, %\ Foolscap, j)lain and ruled; Lurocliq's best Nolo Paper and, Envelopes; ; CiasHio ditto ditto. Original llcpp ditto, ditto,' Chroinatic '.1'intod Hepped Nolo and Evolopos,, assorted,, la,10;l. par box The lloyal Paportoric, assorted ti;its, wiolto?. pattern, noto and envelopes, a hand-, somo article, !is, !)d. per box The Duohcsa Box of Stationery, Is.,Cdv The JIandy Sorios Box or Stationery, plain, ' and floral, Is., and Is. (id.. . 'l]ho ColoniBtB' Tinted Box or Stationpry, Is., Tho Wonderful Box ot Stationery, <Jd., Envelopes, all sizes and qualities. Playing Cards, Gd., <Jd., anil Is.,per paclcpt Ink Erasers, Lead and Boat Drawing PeneilSj •...

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IS THIS AN INSULT? [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

is: this m msum London August 4.—The report of the com mittee of tho French senate appointed to-in quire into.tlie reoidiviste question is strongly in, favour of the transportation, of French criminals, and alleges, that " the present prosperity of Australia is largely duo to her early oonviot settlementit advises,, how-. . eye*,. that tho period of, exile, should not be perpetual, but should be proportioned to the conduct and behaviour of the criminals.. It further suggests that the government should assist those willing to work, but should at the same time adopt vigorous measures for tho prevention, ofidleness tuid loafing. ■ With regard to the question of marriage, it proposes that the oonyiota. should be al lowed, with, certain restrictions, freely to in termarry.. Tho roport then indicates that Cayenne would bo the most suitablo station for the majority of reoidivistes, but at the same time points out that convict artizans would bo vory welcpm.e in Now Oalodonia. ■

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