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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
\ MITTAG ONG. OwiNo to tho mineral wealth of üio laud in and about tho town of Mittagong, an proved by tlio surface appcaranco of untested parts, and the known importance of present work ings, many liavo expressed their aiuprisc that tho township has not gone ahead to a greater extent than it lias. As is tho case in all parts, tlio availableness of building sites is tho principal canso of progress, am! the scarcity of such in Mittagong lias been tho sole causo of its unprogressiveness. In tlio centre of the town, and on tho main road are soveral acres of splendid land, which if utilised years previously would at tliis timo liavo created a small city, where at present stands but a few houses. The land alluded to became tho property of tlio Joadja Crock Mineral Company, several years ago, and by somo means not generally known, was placed in Chancery, thus being " lockod " securely from speculator«, much to their dissatisfaction, and to tho dctrimout of the advancement of tlio town in ...
DAIRY FARMING.—A LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
DAIRY FARM IN O .—A LEOTUBE. On tho ovoning of iho 12th instant, alccluro was delivered in the Robertson 1 ubhc 'School, by Mr. II. Patoso», 011 the important subject of "Dairy Fanning." The wea ther was unfavourable for tho suiccoss ot tlui lecture, but notwithstanding tlial, ana counter-attractions in other parts of tno district. 11 fair audience was present. 1 10 lccturc., who ia a representativo^ of U10 Fvoah Food tuul Ico Company, of Syilnoy, was .accompanied by tho Manager. Mr. Pateson had successful lectures at Kiania mid Jamboroo during tho wnek, and as his advice was of much local importance, thotr delivery should bo followed with bonoliciul results, both to tho farmers and to the company. . Mr. llanrahan, J.P., occupicd tho chair at Robertson, and aftor a fow preparatory remarks introduced tho lecturer. Mr. Patoson, who was received with general applause, said that his subjoct embodied " Dairy farming, and co-operation in connection witii it." Ho had made a tour of tho Kia...
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDENESDAY. JULY. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
MOSS VALE POLICE COUttT. \vi:i)ni:s!)ay. july 18. Bbfoki? tho Polico Magistrate, and Messrs. Tate and J. Badgcry. ASSAUÎ.T CASK. Isabella Gilroy v. James Gilroy, for au assault committed on lier at lier resilience, near Jïobort-son, on Friday, Gth inst. Defondant pleaded guilty under provoca tion. Plaintiff, sworn, deposed : I resido at Robertson ; tho defendant boforo llio Court is the person named in tho information ; Iiis brother brolco some dolf on tho (¡til inst., when I proceeded to chastise him ; defen dant said I'd better not; when I cama out ho úp with his fist and struck mo in tho face, loosening two of my teeth ; ho closed the door and went outsido ; I followed him and told him not to come into tho house again ; I camo in with a broom and a knife in my hand,-'-which I picked up outsido ; ho took lito bröom from mo and threw it down ; ho went away and I did not seo him after wards. By defendant: I did not pick up a lcnife and say I'd lot your entrails out ; 1 did not follo...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
SMALL DEBTS CO ÜBT. Monday, July Iß. J3kfore Messrs. 11. Childs and P. L. C. Shcppard, Esqs., Js.P. Dawson Eros. v. Maloney Bros.—Goods sold and delivered, JJ1 18s -id. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs of Court 8s, and prívalo expenses lus. Edward Maloney v. Duncan M'Donald. —Twenty-one days and eight hours' work, £2 14s (id. It appeared that an arrange ment had been contracted between defendant and one M'Glynn, a boarding house keeper, near Mittagong, for the board and residence of his (defendant's) employés, and in this instance tho payment oí such liad been deducted from plaintiff's wages. Such had been an established custom for some timo between the parties. Plaintiff was not fully aware of such custom, according to his ovidencc, and was not satisfied with such a proceeding. The evidence of tin? said M'Glynn was heard, which went to prove that such con tract wan generally observed. Mr. Good fellow at this stage appearod on behalf of defendant, and elicited further evidence on I...
OFFICIAL SNOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
OFFICIAL SNOBS. Many people thought, that Mv. Johu M'Elhoue, M.L.A., hud given the death blow to Civil Scrvico snobbory when, about four years ago, ho exposed in Parliament the dandy importinenco of two or tlirco officials who had appropriated a first-class carriage to themselves at Wagga, so that their snobbish lordships might travel to Sydney like the Governor, at the oxponse of the country. Unhappily, this kind of impudence is being revived. The train from Sydney to Moss Vale, on Friday evening last, was detained for about half an hour at Picton to onablo a " special " con taining four or fivo snobs connected with the locomotive department to pass. That is, these four or fivo officials deliberately put to much inconvenicnco between sixty and seventy passengers who wore travelling, not by the " penny-a-mile," but by the ordinary train at ordinary railway fares. Would it not liavo boon more becoming of theso officials to liavo shunted 011 to the siding to enable the passenger train...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
SMALL DEBTS-.OOURT. Wkdnesday. Ji;i,y 18. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Tato and J. Badgery, Js.P. J. L. Campbell v. Jarnos Nyo.—Goods sold, ¡62 8s Gid. , Costs 7s. Sottled out of Court» Jamos Eico v. Robert Merrice, brealcing in and shooing tlireo horses, £5 12s Gd. Amount paid into Court ¡04 10s. Defendant pleaded thnt the horses wore notbroken iu satisfactorily. Verdict for .G4 10s. Costs lis. T. J. Hayncs v. Mrs. David Baxter, &lt;nra Fanny Farthing, balanoo on goods, £1 is Gd. Verdict for plaintiff, costs of Court 7s, other costs Gs. Samo v. Alexander Eico.—Goods sold, lGs Od. Verdict for plaintiff, court costs 9a, other costs Ss.
SIR HENRY PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
SIR HENRY PARKES. Thbue is something about tho versatility of Sir Henry Parkes that puzzles the crowd, and almost mystifies tho enlighloned. In his young days, when enthusiasm impelled to fame, lie was no mean advocate in the ranks of the Cliartists. As a wood and i vorj' turner, and doll maker, ho shone con spicuously in Hunter-street, long yours ago. He was onco a landing waiter, worked in Russell's foundry till tho blood oozed from his iingors' ond ; and then he bocamo a i journalist, of no mean ability, iu starting I and editing the Empire newspaper. In that enterprise ho failed, not for want of support, but for want of prudence and judgment. As au ironmonger he was equally out of Iiis element, yet lie plodded on until his credi tors were full. Politics, of course, were his forte from childhood, and in this arena ho fought bravely, with varying success. Ho was always a great hand at concocting new schemes for the "amelioration of society," according to his notion of improvements...
QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. Wednesday. July 18. Before the Policc Magistrate, and Mr. J. H. Badgery, J.P. Mrs. Jessie Don oily made application for it, colonial wine licenso, for promises, situate at Moss Vale, of ¡in animal value of .0300. The licenso was granted. Julius Henry Hards, storekeeper of Milta gong, applied lor a certificate authorising the issue of a publican's license, for a house proposed to be erectod two miles from Joadja Creek. Mr. Goodfellow appeared for the applicant. The applicant, being sworn, deposed : I roside at Mittagong, and desire to obtain a license for a liouso to be built on the Joadja Creek road ; 1 propose to build u& the junc tion of tl 10 roads that run to Hemma and Mittagong ; my rëason for asking for a license is that people in tho district havo expressed themselves favorable for a public house, and had asked me to start one ; Dr. Black said he would favor one for the placo, and would sign a petition ; (Petition pro duced beforo the court,...
HAD THROWN OUT H,NTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
HAD THROWN OUT II,NTS. Wires a Vermont father [omul ont that lu» «on .Iniin had boon sparking a certain (armor's daughter fur a your without settling any question ho took tho boy ont liohind tho lmrn and said : " John, do you lovo Susan Tinker ?" " I guess I do, dad." " And doos bIio lovo you ?" " That's what I dunno, and I'm afraid to aslc her." " Well, you'd better throw out a few hints to-night nnd find out. It's no uso wearing out boot-leather unless you aro going to marry her." That night at ten o'clock John cama home a wreck. His face was all scratched up, his car bleed ing, his hat gone, and his back covcred with mud. " John I John I What on nirth is tho matter ?" exclaimed tho old man as bo lai&lt;l down his paper. " IHn over to Tinker's," was tho roply. " And—mid—" " And I throw out a few hints to Susan." " What kind o' hints ?" " Why I told her I'd boon hoofing it two miles four nights ont of n week for the last year to sot up with her, while she chawed gum and san...
AGRICULTURAL. RIPENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
AGRICULTURAL. niPRNINO CATTLE. Tijk following, from reports oí the Ontario Agricul tural College, will be of interest to feeder« of cattle. Most animals cut in proportion to their weight, tinder average conditions of age, temperature awl fatness. Give fattening cattle as much as they will cat, and often—five times a day. Never give rapid changes of food, hut change often. A good guide for a safo quantity of grain per day to maturo cattle in one ponnd to each hundred of their weight ; thus an animal weighing 1000 pounds may receive ton pounds of grain. Early stall feeding in the fall will make tho winter's progress more certain by thirty per cent. Give ns much water and salt at all times as they will talco. In using roots, it is one guide to give just so much, in association with other thiugs, bo that the animal may not take any water. In buildings have warmth with complete ventila tion, without emrents, but never under JO degrees nor over 70 degrees Fahernlieit. A cold, damp, airy t...
HORSE MARKET. MESSRS. WILLIAM INGLIS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
HORSE MARKET. MIÎRSHH. WILLIAM IKOLIfl AND CO. Tiir market was well supplied with hor.ses (lio past weck, most of which were very superior animals from New Zealand. We also had a very fine lot from Maitliuul, and Rome nice horses from Pic ton. The demand was good, and prices ranged high for choice lota. We sold for tho iwcelc 192 head, and the following is n summary of prices : Eight extra heavy draught mares, from £80 to £1!M ; 10 extra heavy draught mares, £G0 to £80 ; 18 heavy draught maros, from £10 to £50 ; 20 extra heavy draught geldings, £10 to £04 ; 30 heavy draught mares and geldings, from £28 to £13 ; 10 active cart marcs and gcldingf, from £25 to £28 ; 20 useful harness horses, from £15 to £20 ; 15 light horses, from £5 to £10; 13 very light horses, from £1 to £5. Wo also sold two draught stallions, one at £181), and one at £58. At the Campcrdown Yards we Bold a very nice mob of horses for Mosers. Bu flier and Stephenson at quotations : most of theso were heavy draught ; ...
COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S ItEPORT. Maize por buRhel, 2s lid to¡3a Od Oats do. 2» Gd to 3h Od liarley 4s Oil to 5s Od Flour, Adelaido 1st quality, £12 10a to £13 Oa Do., 2nd do. do. £10 Os to £11 Os Potatoes per cwt 3a Od to 4s Gd Onions do. 8s Od to 4s Od Butter per lb Is Gd to Is 9d Chcoso do. Gd to Od Bacon do. 7d to 9d Lard do. 7d to 8d Pigs do. 2d to 4d Calves cacli 103 to.10s Hides, light do. Gs to 7s Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to Id Calfskins do. Is to'23 Gd Sheep Skins Id to 7d Tallow per cwt. 30s to 31s Fowls per pair 4s Od to ßs Od Ducks do. 5s Od to G3 Od Geese do. Gs to 8s - Turkeys do. 7s to 14s Hggs per doz. Is 3d to Is Gd 1 loucy per lb 4d to Gd liecswnx do. Od to lOd Ucof per tierce (50s to 70s Pork per barrel 200 Ills 70s to 80a Shingles per 1000 20s to 40s Beef Staves do. £15 to £8 Tallow do. £8 to £10 Tobacco, Colonial, per lb Is Gd to 2s Do. Leaf do. 4d to 7d Corn Beef per 100 lbs 20« Od to 25s Od Colonial Wine per gal. 4s to Gs Sydney, July 1G, 1883.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
Vppïy to Mna.Js/ £/ rent for twelve mojjMiffl'with tbo o|iu3nTIH«jiarcliitso. acdwtfortablo cotlago wifh a feiíSty(ií&lt;*JRrTaij¿^tCar either Mitlagoug, Moss Yulo, oiyiioigjiir-' JOTINCf>JiQRRIS, irai. WANTED'ono fx two hundred dozen pint a-luflf^ile botties (not champagno) nt MEALEVS STI/.M CORDIAL FACTORY, / Mittagong. and rilo TïSï^n, comfortable eottngo^ffffc rooms; JL kitchen/ffil!?? ¿TIN G. MORRIS* Bowraí. V VOLUNTEER CORPS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A meeting in connection with the above will be held at Hanrahan's hotel, Moss Vale, this (Saturday) evening at 7.30 o'clock._ &nbsp; riTKWiliilfi are invited for clenrhoff-^ríícT Gleba jL PaildoclfívHpeuilicalicma^tfiiybo Kecu at tha stores of JicEBia. \Vtrtsíé»-!íIí3JfoiTÍB. EILE Y, ÇjOURSING 1 COURSING 1 COURSTNG1 bowral, Saturday, 25th August next. One day's coursing aJJc"IT To^th, Ksq.'s, Eridgo Park. \'biijjwñ/í, oac shilling.. j ComoydM, como all. ]Q 0 NOT FORGET ¡ ' to road tlio CATALO...
EAST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 21 July 1883
EAST KANGALOON. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTt) The people of this portion of the Winge carribee district, at least the majority of them, as far a a I can learn, are very pleased that a newspaper has been started in Bow ral, and I feel certain that I echo the senti ments of all when I say that I trust it may have a wide circulation, and wish the pro prietors success in their enterprise. The inhabitants of Kangaloon East and West take more interest in the advancement of Bowral than they do in any other of the surrounding townships, beeause it is the point at which they have railway communi cation with Sydney, and I am sure your valuable journal will bo recognised as quite a boon to most of them. The members of the Mutual Improvement Association here held their annual social tea to celebrate their anniversary on the 4th of July. Such associations are gener ally shortlived; but the East Kangaloon &nbsp; one is an exception to the rule, as it has now been in existence some fourteen yea...
MISCELLANEOUS. BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
MISCELLANEOUS. BOWRAL FREE PRESS. Following are tlie opinions of the Press :— The latest addition tö tho already J.arge number of newspapers published in the colony is the Bowral Free Press, which will ■ serve the wants of a district hitherto unre presented.—'Tiimu-orlh A Vies. ' We have received the first copy of tlie Bowral Free Press, which is printed and published by, Mr. W. Webb, of Campbell town and Penrith notoriety. Tho paper is well printed, and contains abundance of reading matter. We wish it all success.— Bl&lt;u¡nc>j Anßis, The Bowual Feee Pkess.—This is a new paper published at Bowral, on the southern lino. A copy of the first issue is before us, and is highly credit¡iblo to the publisher and staff. We wish the young journal all the success it deserves.—Clarence and Bich mond Examiner. • We have received a copy of the first issue of the Bmvral Free Press. The journal is well brought out. It contains ¡v fair amount of local and district news, and much inte res...
SELECT POETRY. THE SLAVE OF A BOTTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
«J3ELECT POKTBY. THE SLAVE OF A BOTTLE. dt m\iuliu/.t .>:vnnin:. I K.VOW il young iciU.w, biù'vPidKuildeied and tall, Will» a beautiful suiilu lind n classical face. His hands un i Iiis féet nvo oxquisiiely small, And lie mores .md lio speaks with 11 dignified grnce. Of his birth iih.1 decree Ho is proud, one can nee, Aud yet the ¡>oor slaw uf » bottle is he. "I'd be ruled by no woman," lie often declares, There nevev wus Inir who wax prudent ami wise ; And he who yields meekly to petticoat prayura Or petticoat scoldings I truly despise. Mo she—tyranny, I tlmnk you, for rnc." And yet the poor slave of ft boltlo is he. Atlvico he will never accept from a friend ; " It may be all true," he'll admit " what you »ay ; But let those without brains upon others depend, I happen to have some, I'll ßo my o'vii way, Unfettered and free, In blessed liberty.'' And yet the poor slave of a bottle is he. And when called by his master lis quickly obeys, And soon loses dignity, beauty, and grac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
MEA.LL 0OUIISING ! BOWKAIi, SATUKDAY On« day's coursing at 11. Tj. a'oOth, Esq.'a, Eridye 1'ark. Admission,/une shilling. Come cmo, coma all. A PPlJTOlWl^NS from persons \riaing tota i\ posUiou o^tituinjkcepGiyityl^yyvîTv'ill bu received by the under«ig7!5i>fc^^&lt;>tt6iu any infor mation may be obcamed^jyjiira'SwÉjy, August Oth; w\ / OKBIÍ Hon. Sec. Vigilance CJommîîh \v B A \Vondcr?öSU£ertlu!im MacJjirrtf or Aity¡>Hbnrg lJiaiio. Easy tciwS«^ SVjipxíídoA for [pu yearn ; instructions free. Mr7S|£fiiioii, Heiilu Áuá Gd'h. Goiilbnrn Mana^ci^xrfll lîNiwMosa ViAc, Bowral, Mittayoug, iti^ííoiu AiOlCX¿r fur a tew days. Tlui*ü Machinen und Pian5*»nmu awarded .S>u:¡et>i&lt;MÍlvei' medal at late Goulburn sh S~ï OUU i' 11 K 8.13 tí v i X Ci OI I, ß/ZtS a,Kl / J /kctÎosenk tar, av holesale. ,1. J. KUANE, Stores, Nattai. . T T L KI 0 A T T Ii H ! C A T Vii R I bal; BRIDGE ' nuctioival Hoy/al on S A T U n 1> aV /'/7 VOj U S X. about tiighty head oí g¡unn~nl whic...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
O 0 M M E Ii 0 I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMI'ANY (IiiMiTsi>.) Butter, lBt, por Ib., Is Oil to 2s 01 „ 2nd „ Is Od to 1b 6d Bacon 1st, per lb., 7d to M „ heavy ami rough, -Id to Cd Cheese 1st, per lb., 3d to 7J ,, 2nd and inferior, ¡Id to Id Pigs, alive, per lb, Cd to 5¿d Calves, each, 7s Od to 'Jii.-i od Hides, per lb, 2¡¿d to 3d Calf skins, each, Is Od to Is 3d Tallow, lier Ion, £30 to £83 Maize, per bushel, 2« lid Wheat, „ os Od to us 6d Barley, English, per bushel, 3s Od to 3s 6d „ Capo, do., .'is 9d to 4b 3d Dues, do., 2b 3d to 2s Gd Hay, oaten, per ton, £-1 10s to £6 „ lucerne, do., £2 15s to £3 Potatoes, do., £3 5h to £-1 Fowls, per pair, 5s Od tu 5s Gd Ducks, do, 7s Od to 7h Cd Geese, do, Os Od to lOd Od Turkeys, do, 9s Od to 18s Od Kgßs, per duz., Is 3d to Is -Id 2Cth July, 1883.
CAIRO. July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
ça uto. July 23. The epidemic oí cl olera la increasing hure with terrible' rapidity, and is now raging with the utmost virnlencu in nil parts uf the city. The num ber of deaths has bron again doubled during tiie past two days, tin; fatal cunes now exceeding GO in all. Many of the victims are dying in the struotH of the oity. Tlio moat «trenuouB efforts aro being made to prevent the spread of tho disease, and General Stephenson, commanding the British garrison, and General Sir Evelyn Wood, V.O., the Commander of ¿he Egyptian army, have jointly undertaken the immediate direction of the sanitary measures which have boon set on foot. The portion of the city in which the cholera has been lading with the greateat virulence was yestorday burned to the ground by order of the authorities. July 25. The cholera epidemic in Egypt shown no .sign of abatement, and tlu: mortality among« t tho inhabi tants hau now reached 1000 daily. Chsrif I'asha, President of tho Council of Ministers, has refuse...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
nOWBAT. POST OFFICIO. Mailh «lohc fur till station, North and South, at il.iiO p.m., daily. (Saturdays excepted.) Kor Kaniialoon nnd Robertson 2 p.m.. daily, (Siindn.vS cscopted.) Mails arrive at Bowrnl from Kangaloou and Hobertno:i at uoon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) M.uis uriiviî from all stations S&lt; utb at ii.üO a.m., daily, (Sun Jays oxcopted.) From all stations Nor.h at midnight. From Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at 1.58 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office closes at G p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, Ac., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.)