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  • The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1884. OUR NEW DEPARTURE.

    WE have much pleasure in informing our patrons and the public of the Berrima district that we have decided for the future to publish the Bowral Free Press twice a week—on Wednesdays and Saturdays— ... [Article] (1002 words)
  • MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 1.

    BEFORE Mr. Childs, J.P. James Bartley, wrested by warrant at Mittagong by Constable Waters, was charged with disobeying a summons issued by the Wollongong bench. ... [Article] (61 words)
  • Wednesday, November 3.

    Before Messrs. F: R. Wilshire, P.M., and H. Childs, N. C. C. Phillips, and Captain Sullivan, J's.P. Arthur Bennett, for riotous behaviour at ... [Article] (160 words)
  • ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER NEAR BOWRAL.

    THE greatest excitement prevailed town on Monday night last and all-day yesterday consquent on the spread of intelligence that Mr. William Woods, farmer, of Mary Vale, about three miles from ... [Article] (608 words)
  • BERRIMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday Nov. 4. Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire P.M. WOUNDING WITH INTENT TO MURDER.

    WILLIAM Woods was charged with having at Mary Vale, near Bowral, on Monday, 3rd instant, wounde I his wife, by shooting her in the neck, with intent to murder. ... [Article] (605 words)
  • BUSINESS NOTES.

    WE are advised of various business changes that are impending in Bowral and Mittagong, Mr. Thos. Viles, saddler, of Mittagong, intends, we hear, establishing business in Bowral in Mr. ... [Article] (169 words)
  • THE ROBERTSON RAILWAY.

    A MEETING of the friends and supporters of Mr. Mc Court, M.L.A., was held in the oddfellow's hall, Moss Vale, on Saturday evening last to express approval at his action in opposing in his place in ... [Article] (317 words)
  • LOCAL BREVITIES.

    PROCEEDS of Presbyterian concert at Mittagong last Friday, £16 9s. 6d. OAKLANDS (Mittagong. Cricket Club defeated Bowral in the match last Saturday by 5 runs. ... [Article] (271 words)
  • WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING.

    THE Goulburn district committee commenced its annual sessions in the lecture-hall, Goldsmith-street, on Tuesday, 21st October, at ten a.m., The follow-ministers and probationers were present:—Revs. R. ... [Article] (796 words)
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  • Our Pastime Column.

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  • Metropolitan Gossip.

    OUR trams have been sometimes compared to the cars of Jaugernaut that were purposely invented for the wholesale destruction of human life. Now, although our most convenient mode of locomotion has ... [Article] (577 words)
  • Facts, Fun, and Fancy.

    Men who hate long sentences—criminals. The statistics of a pilysioian, recently published, show that dark-haired women haven much better chance of getting married than those who possess ... [Article] (679 words)
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  • FALL OF KHARTOUM. LONDON, Nov. 3.

    This Khedive of Egypt has telegraphed to her Majesty the Queen the intelligence that khartoum has fallen, and that General Gor len is a prisoner in the hands of the rebels. ... [Article] (120 words)
  • BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.

    SIR,—I notice by the last issue of the Free Press that a meeting will be held in the school of arts on Wednesday in connection with the Bowral Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Part of ... [Article] (211 words)
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