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A BAD WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

A JiAD> WHITER. The Land writing of Horace Greeley,, the famous American journalist! was simply oxecrabjo ;no onocould make.it oat. The vory printers in the, office liad to go. through a regular apprenticeship boforo they could muster it. : One day, for some reason, ho had occassion to dismiss a clerk, and wrote him a note telling him his services were no longer required. This- note,; written in his usual handwriting, th:o clerk took, to another city, and Represented to. a printer that it was a letter of roooimnendtitipu frome Horace Greeley.. The printeiv'heing unable to.read it, believed his. story, and took him. into his employ. Some time, afterwards. PJ:orftcq. G i'oely met. this clerk and asked him.l>ow lib was getting on. '-' Oh,, very well," ho replied " owing- to that letter of reoominendation you gave me." " I gave.you- no: suoh letter,' replied Greeley was a letter of dismissal." '•' Oil, I knew that very well," tho. other said carelessly ; but us I was certain. no- ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

BUNr'ANOON,: Wis have boon blessed with a succession of bright sunny days during the past fortnight, more like, spring than winter weather. «aOn Saturday' last a variety concert was lield in the booth: near-the P. M. Chapel. There was a crowded audionco who appeared to enjoy themselves., heartily. ?Tbe step clanciug. of Mr. Gillespio was about the best feature of the ontertainuient, and it is-very •satisfactory to know that a substantial sum ■was roaliaed for, the benefit of the widow Q,nd family of poor Dan Cam.eron who. was kiled; hero a few weolcs ago. Last night, Wednesday, a very interesting series of magic lantern views wero exhibited by the Rev. Mr. William's from Mittagong,. in the Ghureli of England hero. Upwards of two hundred persons were presont, includ-. ing. the members of the Church of England Band of Hopo, and their friends ; the hearty applause which was given, as one after an other- of-. the boautiful views, were shown, fully manifesting the pleasure felt by those ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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OLIVER GOLDSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

OLIVER GOLUSJHTIJ, A LEGTuni; was delivered in the oddfellows' liiill; Moss Vaio, onTuesday; August Sth, lMicloL* the auspices of tho Litemry unci Do hating Society, by 11. P. Bichardson; Esq., ihosubjeot boiug-" Qliyor Goldsmith." Tlie Boy. J. E.VftiiH (president) in introducing l;ho lecturer,regretted (lie p/mcily ol' attendance, i liml the laxity on the part of the public to j .il.rtiuUe lileraturo, bo it howovor good.] Mr. Biolmrdson (.routed the subject in avory i masterly manner, and was rewarded by oc- i pasional intervals of applause throughout; the frequentpiocos of humour ho introduced in different parts of his lecture enlivened tho proceedings to such air extent that the yiosfc illiterate minor could not but have keen satisfied; At the conclusion of the lecture a vote of thanks to the lccture;- was moved by. Mr. Poulton, seconded by Mr. Ilyams, and carried by (icolamation. Mr. Bichardson in responding said the liter ary society cannot bo a success until it has 9, homo of ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

BOWRAL. POST OFFICE; Mailr.cIobo for all;, stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (/Saturdays qxeepted.) 1 l'oi; Enngaloon nnd' Eobortaon 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at-13o\vral from Kangaloon. an^Eobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays qxcoptqd.), Mails mtLvq from.all stations- South at 8.30.a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Prom.all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.).' From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at 1.28, p.m., daily, (SundayRexceptod.) Tho Bowral Money Order OQice closes at 6 p.m. Post Oflico honrs from 9 a.m. to G p.m., und on {■Sundays, for delivery of lettora, &c., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Oflico. hours, from 9. a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9; a.m. to G ^•W,.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

CONQENSED ITEMS, Tho strike of colliors at WftHoravmng is at an end. I Archbishop Moran is oaid to ho a tcmporanco ad* | vociito, i Tt is proposed (o establish (i public aeliool at Upper Colo. Young mashers look 80 fresh boctvuBOthoy cap't earn their suit. A shiinler named Tooaeiv was killed (it. Worri Creek last weok, Section 2 ol tho lllmvnvi'ft lino is to be commenced on Monday nyxt. Two men were killed by a tree falling on tlioiu near Ulisiilulla recently. .Sir Tlonry I'arkes sailod for Sydney, via San Krinisisco, on August 2. A land court of inquiry will bo hold at Berrinia on Tuesday, 2!lrd (September. CUalf at Mount Tfopo unprocurable at £20 pot ton. At Morbus iipsalcablo at JW per Ion. ; Tho " nncinployed " am doinggood work clearing the reserves on tho Blue Mountains.' : Tho Burrawang Farmcra' Club is arranging for thp introduction or trout into tho creeks of tho district. Tho Statue of L.iliorty in Now York is to ho 151ft.; 2in. high, and is to. Bland on a pcdostal 177(t. ...

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Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Catholic Church. Mass will bo celebrated' on - Sunday next at liemuia at 11 o'clook. ■

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

DR. W. MIDDLETON Ciin bo consulted daily at Mita. Giuy'b, Ganhoniiuhy Cottaok, M1TTAGONG. 13J WOOD-preser ving OIL And Kcuobbnc Xaii, Wholesale, J. J, RUANE, Stores, Nftttai. J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insurance Agent, &c., etc., Opposite Hailway Station, BOWltAL. medical. Dn. H, DENNETT JONES, can lie consulted daily at hm rosidonco. in Bowral j nnd .nl; JIohh Vulo every Thursday morning botweon I 11 and 12.30 at Mrs. LovcU'h, Throsby Villa. RECEIPT books. /T"\R,DINABY Beceipt Boolta nnd KIiNT'Heceipt V-/ Books, oaeh containing 100 j on salo at the Eroo PruBB Book and Stationery D.o^ot, Bo.wral. Ud. each. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, lifltato, and General Commission " Agent, IJIOSS VALE. Agent for Victoria Piro Insurance Company. medical, Dn, MADDEN Will visit Bowral :on Saturday (forenoon) in qoi.i neotlon, with tho Oddfellows. MossageB may bo left at Sirs. Wilson'H,, john Bright, Auctioneer, Land and Estato Agont., All transactions in the abovo lino w...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. Tho man.of (JO who lias boon a failure all his lifo is just tlio man to talco a follow of fivo.antl twenty asido and loll him how to got rich, ami mention what a fortune ho would malto if ho woro only ton or fifteen years younger. At tho annual mooting of tho Singloton Mechanics Instituto, it was decided that a hillianl-tablo should bo provided for tho uhu. of tho members. At tho samo mooting a motion that tho roading room bo oponodon Sunday afternoons, from 2 till Q p.m., wan nogativod by-lfi to 80, ' Fow writors hivvo so fascinated English hoj's with their works of fiction as Captain Mayno Roid, who died the othor day at Maida Hill. ■ But crowded as his books are with stirring incidents, they aro hardly loss adventurous than was his own life. Ho was oducatod for tho Proshytorian ministry, but not finding himself suitod to hissphcro, ho sailed for the Far West, whoro ho did nearly ovorything a man could do in hunt ing, lighting, sailing, and riding. Ho joined tlio Un...

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

' JPr.esbyteriari (,'liuvch. ■ Services to-morrow, August 10":— Moss Yale, at 11 and 7, Bev. J.- Oiuuoron Mittagong, .lit li, Kov. J: Cameron • '

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The Bowral free Press. Do us adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1884. CHURCH OF ENGLAND, MITTAGONG. VISIT OF THE PRIMATE, BISHOP BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

®jc fiafonil Jfrcc llrcss. ])o us adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and'■ drink as friends. SATURDAY, AUGUSTS, 1881. CHURCH OF eixgmxd, jllttac.OXG. Visit of the Primate, 'Bishop Barky. A LONG-TO-Bii l'cmomborod event Iu tlio his tory of Ui'c Church of England at Mittagong -will undoubtedly ho tho visit of Bishop Burry to that village yesterday woolt, <iud tho laying by him of the foundation stono of 'n, parsonage to bo erected for the iucum bout of St. Stephen's Church. Everything operated iu favour of making tho evont as interesting and suceossful as possible, j .Beautiful warm weather prevailed all day which induced many visitors from far aiul •near to add their personal iota of signili cauce to bo auspicious a gathering. His Lordship, Bishop Barry, conducted a con firmation sorvice at two o'clock in tho after noon in St. Stephen's church, Tho'build ing was crowded to oxcoss, and the sight of tho candidates was no loss pleasant than impos ing. T^oyo were ...

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

BERRIMA. Oun .Mutual < Iinprovomont Society is poti tioning for a now loaso of lifo, and i-oquoata members of tho school of arts wishing to join, to bo presont next next monday ovoning. LhhI Monday evening several gentlemen managed to do a littln business, and iiotico was given of a dobalo for next Monday,viz., "which is tho nioro advantage^ ons stato, tho married or single?" to bo opened in favour of tho bachelors. Groat sympathy is felt here ror the rot lativea of Wottun, whq was icillod last Mon day ut 1'ioton, Wo Jind a sharp shower this, afternoon, but tho weather soeum to bo.\ alcnring again. Tho now books in the school of arts • ap poav to. bo vory popular:; thoy tvro all good books, well printed and bound. : i : August 7. : ' 1

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NEW CHURCH OF ENGLAND FOR BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

AW ClIlJRCll OP ENGLAND FOR J30WRAL > ; v ' i An important ami .largely-attended public meeting was bold iu St. Jude's Church, Bowral, on Friday evening last, 1st instant, to tako stops towards having a new church oroctod in.this town. Ilia Lordship, Bishop Barry, occnpiod the c.liair, aud, after devotional exorcises, ex pressed his pleasuro in taking part in a movement which he hoped would bo pro ductive of much spiritual good; but ho wished-that their circumstances were such that, thoy would not have required to use tho church for tho purpose of holding that meeting in. Tho llev. J. W. Dobonham (incumbent) was very sorry that tho holding of the njoet ! iug in the church would provont applauso, as lie believed their enthusiasm would then have boon more easily evoked. However, ho re quested tho wannest sympathy of tho audi ence in the great work they had in baud. He would first cordially welcome his Lord ship. tho Bishop to Bovyral,- and trusted that it Would not he lus last visi...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT PICTON RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

FATAL ACCIDKftT AT WGTON ItAlIAVAY STATION. A shocking acoidoufc ocourrod at Ficton mil way station early on Monday morning, by which a young man, named (Iforgo AVotton, n shunter on the line, lost liis life. It ap peal^ that at twenty minutes.past ono a.m., tho signal had boon given to a goods tvnin for Goulburn to stop, to admit of somo trucks being uncoupled from it and others put on.- Wotton, whoao duty it wiis to un couple tho trucks, attomptod to do so boforo tho train bocamo motionless, and was, it is boliovod, caught by tho heel of his boot in tho chock-guard of the break van. Mo waa struck on tho back of the leg by tho block i, of tho truck attached to tho van, which waa (i G U'Hck, tho blocks of which avo lowor tlian on tho D truck. Tlio blow loosono<l Wotton'a hold, a»d hu fell and waa dragged about ton yards. Wlion released it was found that his loft leg wag completely cut oil", (ii)d tlio V'ght broken in two places, and thoro was a largo holo in his groin. Su...

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AN AMUSING ADVENTURE. A MORNING WITH THE ROTHSCHILDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

AN AMUSING. ADVENTURE., A, MoKN^'ti. WITH-TIIE. IfcpTBSpmLpg., . N.ot.i qaite, four years;; ago, feeling, myself well off; in worldly alfairsiand. innped.of a. little relaxation .from business,.1 determined to-undertake a trip to Ijhirope.;- N;ow,atmy timorof life (for I am, a litile ovpr .50), and foi\a .man who.:had never beemout of- the: ilimits:of-Lis uatiye state, this was uo slight undertaking. ■; Spmp of, my friends thought ■ it w.ould be .better- for me to. travel through my own country, and. spe that, before going, oil' to fpreign lan.ds am.d, told C(ie thg,tif I had any money to, spend in, sight-seeing, J ought to 6pend it in America,, instead of carrying it abroad. But I ppjd no attention. : to, these suggestions; I was thoroughly im bued with, the American idea that my native country could, not compare vtfth, Europe in its attractions, and that it was far more im portant that I should; know London, and Parig.thau Njew York and Boston.. Tq, Etirope,, then, I determined to...

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Vernon Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Vernon Boys.. At the Moss Vnlo Polico Court last Monday, Pairiok; "Ward, Ycraou apprentice, charge with absconding frpm the hired Bervioo of Dr. Madden, was ordered to returnv William Lurlrins, alao a Vernon boy,,, ciiargcd with absconding leom tho aervieo of Mr, Lackey; was ordered to return*., • . ! ■■

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Harold Netherly; OR, THE GAME OF LIFE. CHAPTER IX—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Harold Netlierly; on, THE GAM 13 0 F LIFE, CHAPTER IX—(CONTINUED,) •Fire servanthrvd hardly left the room, when tho post-chaise stopped at the front eutranco of . Acton OourL. A loud knocking and ring ing pealed through the house, prosontly lollowed by an angry altercation in the hall dominated by,tho fierce tones of a stranger, \yhq \vns presently heard to oxclaiui— _ " Mr. Trctnaino is in the library ! I saw his shadow on the blind; and I 'vyill spo him!" The library cloor was flung open, and the ontranco of ;i a tall, gentlemanly-looking young mau was simultaneous with that of the remonstrating servant. The sfcraugor's dress was travel-stained and disordered, and his countenance and demeanour manifested extreme excitement, ; " Leave tho room," said Mr. Tromaino to tho sorvant. By .what right,"' ho added the moment his order was olioyod, " by . what right, Mr. Qronfell, dp you thus for cibly • iutrude upon my privacy ?• Pray re main, Mr, Bradley. This unpleasant intor veiw thall l...

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Original Poetry. BOWRAL. [WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

©ii^iiral gjacfrn. how 11 A L. [Written Expressly for tjie Bowiut Free Press.] How beautiful, how beautiful I 0 Bowral, thou art beautiful. The words keep ringing in my ears Like some rare song or melody: " SFhoy seem tofloat upon tho air, And voices sproad them far and wi.do.; They seem repeating everywhere, - l'hey seem upon tho breeze to come, And flitting in and out the trees Mako music'mid tho rustling leaves. How much of beauty is compressed AVithin thy bounds! What harmony! Lofty hills, whoso slojung sides Are dotted o'ov with waving trees An<J carpptod with flo.wors guy, With horc and there a gap, wlycli seems Qnainass of bush and fern and flower. While sound of waters come between The lively n^nsic the bower. ■■■ And gri^sBy plains there aro—and creeks. As crcQtel as thoy well can bo, And dpnse and dark against the sky. Tho bijah appears, within whose shado. :Ai'o hoard the cry of ngtivo bears, So like to human voices that Often have strange oars been deceived, A...

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

ANTED immediately, a cniart. intelligent ■ V V- - LADjftFi apprentice to.tlio Printing business. Apply offiqo cf. t)iis paper. . "VTTASTB' PApER, 0 lbs. for Is., oflicc of this V V paper.. WANTED, a general SERVANT ; must be good cook and' laundress.Apply to Mrs. Dr. Jones, Bowral.. ■ ■ 251 170B' SALE,- X HORSE; DRAY,, A; HARNESS. - ' Apply, to, Q. Jorrfatj, BgwyiU ; , . 2-i.li, -TVR. GEORGE ON LEE, 46 , Wynyftrd Square, I / North Sydney, will.see pationts, August 20th, at Mr. Riloy's Hotel, BOWRAL. Same night leave for Young. ■ ■ 2-17 1 TO LET; £jOAOH-HOUSE. and STABLE: Apply to. Wv. WAITE, 2-1 i' ■ Bowral. TO BUILDE&S.. ,rpEJIDERS are invited for STONE & BRTCK 'X WORK (labor only) for Moss Vale Public School! 'Apply to 210, , W. ALLEBDIOE, Bowral.. TO BUILDERS,. rr^ENDERS: invited tilUGtli instant for the Erec JL tion and Completion of Baker's Shop, &e., at Bowral. I ' Plans, Kpeci/icfitioiis, itc., n.t Mr. Campbells, | Bowral*; or at our ofneo, 1U1), Pitt-...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOXJLBOTN. p,m. 1.5 ( - Arr. i-° Mit.tngong , \ Do|); , 1.25. Bowral, V ' i-35 ■ p.m.. •' - f ' Arr. 8.60/. Mittagong j jjq.). 0.10 ?qwral, 9-18. Mail and, Passcnoeh. - ' p.m. . i Arr.' ' 12-10 ^littagong ' .Dcp- • ■ 12.30. Sowral „/• ' 12.38, , ,l . Satuiiiuy Addihosai,.. ..... ( -Ait. , , 12.t,. ■ JMiltngong, ] De„; ig.io JBoty'ral, " ' ■ 12,18,

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

THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS is published ovory BATDBPAY MOBNINQ. Snusciiii'Tiosa Sixteen Shillings (10s) a yonr; or 4r per. quartor p thrcp' months,'payable in wIyihico! II booked, XI per..'year,'or '6m per quarter. Quarters end March SI, Juno 80i. Soi>loii]bui'. 80, .Dpcoinber 81, at whioh periods only pan subscribers decline, by giving n Creole's notico in writing direct to tlm' ollico, and paying to tho end of tbo then running quartor. , : AnvmiTrsrNo:—; AdvorUserapiils qro charged fpr at tbo following rato eaelj' insertion I—Sixpence por lino up to live }incs;- prio inch,' il's; ovory additional inch, Is (5d, ■with ft reduction of ouo-fourth lor thirteen coiiscou tiyo," insertions,' nn(l of one-third for, twenty-six insertions.Announcements of births, MarriagoB, and DeiitbSj 2s Od each. No advertisement booked umlcr Is. Cd. Advertisements wont to tbo ollico without notifying tbo number of insertions will bo continued atadYor : Rigors' cost until an order is received to, slop. Any p...

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