BEFORE Messrs. P. R. Wilshire, P.M., and H. C[?]ds, J. P. Ja,es:pmsdate was charged with committing an assault upon Theophilus Edward ...Article : 579 words
It is announoed that her Majesty the Queen has summoned the Marquis of Salisbury to Balmoral, and it is expected that be will be charged with the formation of a ...Article : 88 words
IN consequence of the very grout expenses incurred in the production of the Bowral Free Press by the employment of a large and efficient literary mid mechanical staff, and the fact that ...Article : 107 words
THE intelligence of the dofeat of the Gladstone Government has been received with intense astonishment throughout Europe and the colonies. After having been ...Article : 1,088 words
In consequence of the immaterial crisis in England, the Russian squadron, which was about to proceed to the Pacific, has been ordered to remain in the Baltic Sea. ...Article : 55 words
A RECENT telegram states that a terrible accident has occurred at the town of Theirs in France. A large crowd of people had assembled in the courthouse, when staircase ...Article : 43 words
AT the Goulburn quarter sossionson Wednesday last before his Honor Judge MeFarland, Gustavo Ellis was charged with having, on tho 20th of April, at Mittagong, stolon 14 ...Article : 591 words
Nearly half the members of the British Cabinet are widowers. Among the warlike tribes of the Soudan, the unwritten law of the desert forbids any ...Article : 594 words
LAST Saturday tifternoon no less than twentyseven troopers mustered on the parade ground in Mrs. Oxley's paddock, Bowral, to participate in the first drill since the ...Article : 238 words
THE second drill of the Volunteer Corps took place on Tuesday evening when the members rolled up to the number of fifty or thereabouts. The weather was intensely ...Article : 1,070 words
THE Australian Gaiety Comedy and Burlesque Company, which has received flattering press notices elsewhere, is announced, as will be seen by advertisement in another ...Article : 123 words
IT is anticipated that the Arab, with the Contingent on board, will arrive in Sydney on Saturday evening or Sunday morning. Arrangements are being complcled for the ...Article : 190 words
WE have been shown a letter written by a wellknown medical gentleman of Sydney who, with his family, has for several years past spent a portion of the summer in Bowral, till the present season when ...Article : 182 words
AMONG the many signs of progress recently observed in Bowral, the erection of Mr. J. L, Campbell's new premises has attracted general interest and attention. This ...Article : 482 words
A LONDON cablegram dated 12th instant says:—A fire broke out to-day in the Indian Court at the South Kensington Museum. The flames were confined to the ...Article : 48 words
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