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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

CATTLE AND SHEEP., ■Baxxb, for-v conveyance of cattle, fat per.truok) to.i Wompbusli' aro as follows:—From. Goulburn, £4 <ls Maruian; £'a 10s 8d; Moaa Vale, £2 12sBowral, £2 §flMittngong, £2 (is; Picton, £110s. " Bates for, conveyance of sheep (at per truck) to Homotiush. are as follows :—Froin Goiilburn,£!i 13a Id; .Marulan, £3 5s TO; Mpas Vale, £212s ;:Bpwral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 Ca ;. Picton, £1 10b.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. Mail and Passenger. , , 11.III. Bowral' Pop-. ( Arr* a.15 ; SliUagong | , ^ 3.25 P.WSENOKH TllAINS. Bowral; Dop, 7-30, f Arr.' . 7.28. • Miltagpng, | Doi,; 7.-10 p.m. Bowral- 1 Dep., 1 1-8 j;< , , { A vt* 1«1() Miltagong |< pel-; 1,'iO

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ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

St. Stephen's, Mittaoonq. •Services every Sunday, at 13, a.m. and 7;p.m. ;■ and : first Sunday ia tlio month, at 3 p.m. Golo. (Coleman's." Siding), -second Sunday in tlie month, at.8 p.m.. • ,' Lower Mittagong, third Sunday in the month,.at 3. Jclloro, fourth Sunday in the.month, at 3 p.m..

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Important to Young Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Important to Young tadjes. Fasiiionam.k young Indiea, of to-day—and especially, somo would-.bc-ladiea in and around Moss Vale wbo are subjects ol ridicule by the donning of that ridicui lous gown, tlio criuolhx?—may congratulate them selves that tUoy did not live in France under Louis XV, when the following cdict was duly passed and ' solemnly registered :—" 'Whosoever, by inoans of red or white paint, perfumes esBences, artifipiul teeth, false hair, cotton wool, iron cornets,, hoops, shoeH. with high heels, or false hips, shall seek to ontico. into lwitrimo/iy any malo subject of hig Majesty, shall be prosecuted for witchoralt, and (tailored inea-i liable of matrimony.'.''

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

St/Simon- and, S r. J'njiB's, BownAiii. Sorvicos every Sunday nt 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. CliiJdron'H service. on.fcho last Sunday in. tho* month at 3.15 ji.m.

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

■ l'igcoh ■ Sliootiijg., Mn. G-. Prossor was thomenns of a lively day being, spent nt Sutton Forest Ijist Saturday, 2nd August^ in tlio shape o£ pigeon shooting, ho.suppying all tho. birds. J. Sewoll WQn tlio first event (18s..Gd:), shoot ing his 3 birds. "\V. Wadq.andF. Oonlon. tied; for tlio. second ovont, shooting 2 birds each out of 3, and divided first nnd second money (26s). Tho. third ovent, n sweep stake of £2 10s;, was carried oil by A. I). Badgcry, killing nil his 5 birds ; A. Jamicson second,.£1.: In. tho sixth contestl,doublo birds, tho. first prize (£2 10s.) was scoured by Badgcry, who, disposed of his three doubles ; Jnniieson got socond monoy (El.) Tho final event was shopting at three, glass balls each (prize 25s,), when Wade and Byrnes, broke' all their balla, nncl in, shooting off. Wa,do wons

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

jPrimitive Mothodisi:, Cliyvch. Servicos to-morrow, August 10:— Bpwral, nt 11 ami 7, Kov. B. Jennings 1 . Bmiduuoon, ni 11,. Mqhbvh. Grrica aud Culrarly s at 7, Sir. Cockroft Eingwood, lit 3, Mr. i'odmore '

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

Wesletjan Church. Services to-morro.w, August 10 :— Mittngong, at 11,Rqv. T.ll.MoMicfciiol; at 7; Supply Mowral; at ll; Mr. Morris; at 7, Kflv. C. Oldon ICangiiloon, at, 11', Rev. C: Oldon Robertson, at,11, Mr. OBborno.; at 7; Mr. ^YlutO; Burrawang, at 7; Mr..Oaborno>

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Returns for July. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

• Railway ~Roln?us; J'or- .lulyv JLMtDi.AN, Siatjion.—Mr. W. Moodie, station-master,. . has fowarded ub I'no following- return:—Inwards fc goods, 157toij8 l!)cwt.; horsoR, 2 ; carriages, 2.; flogs,.'; 3 ; parcels, 1121.—Outwards : passengers, 4M ; Roods,, ' ■ •lCOtoiM lowt. 5 sheep, 10-11 j lipi'sea, 4; tlogs a.nifc{ (joat, 10.;-parcels, Hfl;. Bundanoon.Station—Mr. 13; Milne, station-inns-. . < tcr, has forwarded uh thu tallowing rat urn:—Inwards. goods, 7(>tons 12ewt. 2(|rs.; pigs, BO'; dogs, 2", par,. ' " eels■.■■171'.—■Q.ntwards : passengers, JKM'; goods, GO, tons 12owt. 3qr.—No accommodntioii for thd loading' and unloading ot livo stock, or carriages.. Moss Vale Station.—Mr. T. J;lliehardson;station master, has forwarded lis the following 'return :—In-. wards: goods,.fUOtonn ;.cattlo, 3(1;; sheop, 700 ; pigs,,. 8 s homos, 7,; otp'ringes, 2; dogs, 10 ; parcels, 082... Outwards: passengers, UGI; goods, 1.71toriH ;• catllo, '705; shoop, G00'.; horses, 17; dogs 12 ;;: ...

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BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

BAND GF HOPE. Tiirc fortnightly mooting of tho Bowrnl Wosloyan Band of IIopo was hold in tbo school-room on Tuesday ovoning last, at which tlioro was a largo attondiinoo. Tlio Bov. 0. Oldoiv occupied tho chair, and in liia oponing address spoke warmly for tsoilio timo on tomporanco, drunkonnoss, and local option. Miss M'Micliacl Mien rendorod ft sons, '^"d Mias. Wiclvhain's paper ou " Memory," was road by Mr. Oldon, in tlio ftbsonco of tlio writer. Tho papor was woll rcooived and favourably commcvitcd upon. Tho company then Hang ii vorso of'' To tho Work." Mr. -T. Ward noxfc addroased tho meeting, giving a vivid ncoount of tlio ciTocts alcohol pvoduoed upon tho body. Miss., Mopro saug " Father won't drinlc any now." T Miss I. Campboll, Miss R. M. Boor, and Mr. Kkolton gavo rcoitatioiis. Mr. H. Boer promised a papor for next mooting night for which a good programmahas boon, arranged. A mooting of tlio Band of IIopo will bo 1jq$ (it Mittagoug next Thursday..

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Burrawang Farmers' Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Burrawang' fanners'(21uj>,, At tlio last regular monthly, mooting of the Biuto-. wang Farmore' Club.niul AVoat Camden,Agricultural; Society, wo lenrn from the Burrawang Herald thu^ Mr. WV Moses asked ^ljat had bepn.don^: in. roCijr-. onco to. obtaining a grant from the government for purchaso of a sito. suitablo for- show yards. • tie, understood that Mr. Barret had recoived a letter from, Mr. Garret.t, stating that £250 had bqon placed on the estimates,, and iC||Msscd, wouldi become available.. Mr. Barrett Baid hp had \vntton- to^Mr. Garrett to. prevqnt, the matter, being overlooked;; and about a. fortnight ago rocoived an. anpwen- to tlio ollpct. that, £125 had bqon placed on. tlio. oslynntoa, to.wliicli ho, (Mr. Barrott) auswerod. that this, would- not nearly moot the requirements. The reduction^ in his opin ion, was due to government rotrcnohmpnt. . It waa, ultimately decidod, on. the. mptiop Mr. AY: Moses, seconded' by Mr. Hnyter, '' tliat the. Bcwetuvy. write, to Mr. Garret...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bank Changes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Bank Changes.. TimMnmlan norrespondentof tho Gou)burn Ilarnlft says, in lpst Saturday's issue:—General regret was, .shown l>y the residents of-both Ihc.towji, and.dint riot, when it ty#» deQnjtcly settled, that Mr. H. ITowIett^ manager of Hie branch of the 73., S;, and A. C. J'tuilC; was to bprompved to Ulladulla, to tiiltn chargo of (ho, bunk there; and us a testimonial w;is. aveisQ.to tlia. footings. of Mr. ] fowlclt, it was, decided at tho last, •moment to give him a complimentary banquet. Ac cordingly, n ^ow gentli men nint on tho evening of tho 2()th, at the Hoyal Hotel for that purpose, when tho. filing and drinking and toasting common to such affairs was indulged in, nnd expressions, of rrg.'ot made at IhologB sustained by Our CJ-uost's departum, although gratification at.his promotion v op.fall;. Mr. Hewlett loft by. midday train, on Wednesday last, wjieu. a number uf; friends (vasemjiled to, bid him, farewell. M-i". Hewlott has.heen.suoocQded at jUuni-. Ian by Mr. W. 13....

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NEW SOUTH WALES COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

NEW SOUTH WALES COUIISIM CLUB, The final meeting tool: plaoo > at ,£!ridgo l'avlc on Wednesday and Thursday last. The weather was magnificent and the coursing of the most genuine and exciting description, the hares being in a majority of instances too strong for ths doge : of 27 trials there were only six kills.. The way in which the hares ran elicited the surprise and admiration of the spectators, and well maintaining the reputation of EridgoPark for the skmtness of the game. Appended are the results :—• Tub Cooimsu.stakes, For 18 all ngos, tho bona-fido proporty of members of tho club, at £!1 onch, with a pioco , of pluto value £25, presented by Messrs. W. R. Hall and ii. E. Lord, added.' .AVinnor, £'£5, with pioco of plate value .C'25 ; runner up, £25 ; third dog, £5; two dogs, £8 each. fiust ilotlnv). Captivity boat Maid of Porsct, • libio buntlntlyliko. ' ■ AVhalobonu bunt Torrington. Little Latly boat lizzie June. Spider boat i'mnily. littlc-thou^hl. bi'iit (iomu?sa of kew,...

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PUBLIC SCHOOL, ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

PUBLIC SCHOOL, " Vespeiitco " writes, the following chatty notes in a. recent issu.o of the Evening Nem.:— ' Tw.o.ioiv three < matters, require im ; mediate attention at the Bobertson public i school.'' Such are the mild, but pleading, : terms in which our Bowral correspondent alludes to; the following, troubles. Eirst of all, the sohool pump-has been on strike for the last three years,, and ovcry time a bucket , of. wa.ter is required a surgical operation has ■ to he performed on the cover of the well. And, yet we are constantly told our educa tional; depai;tment is now iiuts.highosl state of efficiency. Somo time ago the teachor's house was reported to bo in a bad state of repaif. Threo months aftor this a first-class officer was. sent up to. inspoct the damage,, and after a thorough examination of the i building ho roturned to Sydnoy. . Another three, months elasped, and then a second officer arrived, took tho dimensions of tho place, remarked that it" was in a highly ...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

CO M Wl E R CIAL, south goabt aiiu wi-st givot si'.vrin; coww.ny, llml'l'lJll. Butter, 1st, pniv11>.,lGd to lOd „ 2nd, no demand ]3<icon, best Meiinibula hand curort, 8d to lOil „ bent, machine cured, 7(1 to 8(1 „ ; heavy mid rough, fid to Gd « limns, best Morimbiila, hand cured, lOd to Is „ machine cured, 8;! to 10:1 Lard, 7d to 8d Cheese 1st,, por lb,, (id to 7d „ 2nd and inferior,-id to 5d 1'ijjn, nlivr, per lb, <l,jd to fijd Calves, ouch, 8.4 (id to 20s Od' HideB, per Hi, !ld Cnlf sliina, each, Ik lid to Is (id, Tiillow, per toil, £0 (Is to Z0 0s Maize, por bushel, 'Jh Od to ds 5d Hay, oaten,per ton, Xii 0t) to .CO 0s 01 „ liicerno, do., £'J 10s (o £5 On Od .Potatoes, do., ;C110a to 430.5b Od Fowls, per pair, 4s ild to -la 9d Dnclts, do, (is 0 I to 0a Od ■; Goose, do, Sfi (id lo Us Od Turkeys, do, 7s Od to Ion 0.1 Kpgs, per rtoz., Is Jd to Is Gd Aunurit 7, 18S-1.

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Berrima District Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

Borrima District Race Glul). This naniml mooting was hold in Mobs Valo on July 30. The rules framed by a nub-committee were submitted and adopted. The following ofticcrs were elected for the ensuing year:—President, Mv, John Lackey, M.L.A.; Vice-President, Mr. W. J. Coril eiiux; Treasurer, Mr. I. S. Ponder; secretary, Mr. Henry Taylor; Committee, Mosnra. A. D. B.idger.y, E. Carter, Thomas Graham, F. A. Badgery, W. McCourt, P. It. AVilshire, J. "V. Hanrahan, 0. L. Nicholson and M. Itice. Tlie following gentlemen form n sub-committee to, draw up a, programme, fix date for races, and report cho same to next meeting vix., Messrs. A. D. Badgery, W—McCourfc, M. Rice, X. Graham, uud J, V, Ilanruhan,

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

GARDENERS' CALENDAR VOU AUGUST. Kiti.'hhn C.uci'F.N.—Sow poan and licntiH for Into crop: also cabbage, lettuce, onionH, cauliflowerR, leeks, ca chalots, rhubarb, nnii lierlw. Clear and loosen soil. Sow usIiiHt month with mid it ion of spring vegetables iii^eneral. At end of thin month now ■ pitKipkiuft, melons, cucumbers, vcgotable marrow, and plant po tatoes. Orchard.—l'lant every deneription of liavdy fruit trues, an apple, pear, (|iiinco, almond, pencil, cherry, apricot, n-.-iiiigo, ,Vci I'ininh pruning and manurinn nil liindH of deciduous fiuit treen, if not previously done. Flower Garden.—Transplant lilies, anemones, (lowering shrubs, rueca, mngnoliaw, uameliaw, nnrnu tions, primroses, etc. Field.—Prepare land /or mn'zo and summer fjrow. inir eroiw. Sow wheat, barley and outs, in latu dis Iriiitfl. Sow tolmeco in wjed beds, and protoct from frost. How HorKlmni rcehanitum in need beds for n.'aiitintr out; transplant when sis inches hijjli, in foot apart.; let tho plants be a foo...

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THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

r!|!IE; LAND lilLL,, This- debate on the third reading- of lhe I/!ind Bill, was rosumed hi the Legislufcivo Assembly on Thursday, immediately after the formal. business had been li;ans!icted. At ton minutes past 12 Mr,-' Farnoll rose to ijeply, in the presence. olr 90 members,-tbcro 50 on the Government benches, and 40 on the Opposition seats, and aiutd an. unusual amount of excitement ill all parts of the House. The Speaker's gallery and tlio strangers' gallery wero both crowded. Tho third reading was cavriod ou a division of G5 to 30. AXES, QG. Stttaffc. /vVA>oU Co^°"h •gtnn^cl Q,ui«u . 3ottC3 . Ga«lC\y-. giev^on IS? ttftvvis Ut&v&iv t,vv*o . - XAoS*1 . StoU®5 ontfs° '■ Humphery Barton, It., Moses Do Salis, Gray Poole ■ :: : Clinprnnn, Kremlin;? Ellis Lynch. Hammond Ferguson, D. J. Withers. Targett Butcher ' llyrio, A. Ryrio, D. Cramsio>. Clarke,'. H.. Lackey Campbell, G. \yilkinson 'i'errnnlj "SVhito M'Oullooh Fergusson, W. J, Crerrard Bjitlgery ■Melvillo ai...

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THE YASS FLOGGING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

THE YASS FLOGGING CASE, It having beoomo" known that tho Rev. T. Northcott intended proaching a sermon on tho recent /logging onso in Yiiss, tho Wos loyan Church in that town on Sunday night; August 3rd; was crowdod to excess with a congrogatiou representing ovory denomination in town, In tho course of his vary eloquent and argumentative) sermon, tho rov. gonUenmn doprocritod tho Hogging of Lillyorop under tho oircnmsfcuncos ;• and considered that tho larrikins who. had caused ,him to commit such a breaoh of tho law were more deserving of tne punishment than tho culprit himsolf. Although denoun cing the uso of foul lau;$uagov the proachor considered that the conduct of certain young follows iu whistling aiftor l'omalos at tho corners of streets was moro deserving of t];e lash than that of tho unfortunate chim ney-sweep. He also condemned in strong terms the practiuo of Sunday shooting, which tho police ought to make an ollbrt to put down ; and thought justice would be meted out much...

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SHADING THREE STEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 9 August 1884

SHADING TJIREK 8TB3IS. One of llio main causes of failnro of' newly transplanted treos is tho drying of the stoin. Tliia begins as eoou as tho roots nro sovero«l by digging in the uurBory; it is continued by tho oxposuro of both roots and atom to dry air while on t;lio way awl until the roots nta ro-covorod with noil again, and it continues alter tliat, from exposure of tlio tlum to hot nun and drying winds, while tho roots wounded, and sot in lon&o, uncompnctod or i uinniilohed soil, can Bond nji but scant sup-1 plies. Some rednco this danger ranch by pruning tho top to a niero stick ; othors wrap tho stem with paper or straw ; others wisely encourage leaves all the way up from tho very botLoin tho first soason as a means | of shelter. Mr. Ed a on Gaylord, an cx i perieneodorchardist,sl,ron<,'lvadvisos leaning i tho young treos towards tlio one o'clock ! sun. 'Professor Sudd roootnmeiids tlio name practice, and says he ioiuid it carried out so fully in liussia th...

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