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THE LATE LADY COWPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
THE LATE LADY COWPER, Tub following will lie read with interest by friends of the Cowper family :— When Mr. CharlesCowper (afterwards SirCharles) accoptcd tlio appointment of Agent-General it was hardly expected that Mrs. Covrpcr syould survive liim. When wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope she bore her trials in a wonderful manner. Although always delicate, rIio had much better health in Eng land than her husband. Surviving him she entered upon her return voyage to the colony in apparently good health, but she had hardly lost sight of old England's shores when she was seized with an attack which confined her to her cabin for the whole voyage. For a long timo sho Jiovered between life and death, and during » severe storm lier escape from p. watery grave was considered impossible. Arriving in Melbourne she was met by her son, and carefully nursed at the homes of her friends, Messrs. Couche und.A. S, King, whon aftersorao weeks she had a pleasant voyage to Sydney in the City of Mclbourrf...
WESLE[?]AN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
W£*LUTÁN. Services will bo lielil to-morrow ns follows:— Mittagong, 11 n.w., Mr. Morris 7 p.m., Preiiohcx Bowrnl, 11 ».ni., VroRclicr 7 p.m., Mr. Morris KKiigaloon, U tum., Mr. Rayward 7.30 p.m., .Mr. White RolxJiUon, 7.:i(tp.m., Mr. Knywiir&lt;.l
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
ANj^Dt B.i^r, Ap^ly toR.Gt^i am, West TTfANTED, a SITUATION as Manager or Over VV a or on a Sheep S tut ton, settled or unsettled district«"; 15 years' expériei/bo ; first-class' 'testi monials. Address LDftï^jTnMondiiy, January 28th^kr Bowval, a GoUTBi^5oel»«r-4Uad£r^iU-^3e rewarded on returning same to MvJf^&rTSordäJoy Mrs, Gordon. 17W)R SAQK, A Thorou\i Quiet CowV Good } Milker A Apply to 0. l\ior, Bowral. \ FO R HOliSE, Dray, i or separately. The ho» Staunch in any kind oL harness are almost nejlvJ ,%S- A h E, /d Harness ; either in lot Thoroughly Quiet and hiancss ; and the dray and "JOHN G. MOREIS, Bowral. O ATS! OAT SM 0 A T SU! The undersigned ha3 on hand a quantity of GOOD SEED M\£> PEED OATS • II Sample and price on apj tc TATE, ayStores, "ÍÍqss, Yale. O NE HUNDRED (£100) REWARD. As it is commonly bofieved that the bush on my estate was wilfully sCTlon fire, I offer the abovo reward for conviction or the person or persons who did it. ^ S. HORDERN. Bowral, Januar...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Butter, 1st, por Ib., Od to lOd „ 2nd 110 demand Bacon, best Merimbula hand mired por Ib., 8d to lOd „ best, machine curod, 7d to 8d „ heavy and rough, 4d to Cd llama, lient Morimbula, hand curcd, lOd to ls ,, machine cured, 8d to lOd Larri, 110 demand Cheeso 1st, per Ib., Cd to 7d „ 2nd and inferior, 3d to Cd Pigs, alive, per lb, -id, Calves, each, 8s Od to 18s Od Hides, per lb, 3d Calf skins, each, la to ls Gd Tallow, per ton, £30 to £33 Mnize, per bushel, 4s -id to 4b Cd Hay, oaten, per ton, £5 Ob to £0 Os ,, lucerne, do., £4 Os to £110s Od Pointons, rla., £G Os to £0 Ss Od Fowls, per pair, 2b 9d to 3s 3d Ducks, do, 3s Od to 3u Cd Geese, do, 5s Od to &lt;is (id Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 25s Od Kggn, por doz., ls 4d, January 31st, 1881,
LOCAL NEWS. PICTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
LOCAL N E W S.' l'IOTON POLICE COUllT. Friday, Jan. 25, 1881. Before Messrs. J. M. Antill, Charles Duuu, E. AV. Dobaon, and G. Bradbury. Albert Donnecn was charged with, on the 22nd day of January, whilst in lawful custody, shooting Constable Hodgkinson. Inspector Rylaud conducted. the prosecu tion, aud prisoner was iiudefunded. Siiuior:constable Moescli deposed : I am. Btationed at Pictoii, and rèuiomber the 22nd instant." Between eight aiid nine o'clock I received the prisoner from: the rail.vay guard—Robert Watson—who told me that ho had shot Constable Hodgkinson in the train. Prisoner heard that state ment, and made no reinarle. I then took liim to Pictou lock-up. The articles 1 now. produeo wore .handed to nio by Watson, viz., two revolvers, one watch and chain, ono portmonaie containing í)s -ld¡. an envelope from the police station,'Sydney,' containing what was found on Jiim iu Syd ney, aud marked, a railway, carriage.kéy, a watch koy and seal, and tun cartridges. I Iwvo conip...
SELECT POETRY. WHAT THE TRAVELLER SAID AT SUNSET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
i«1 il i..i'ii!.'—j—i.iiji.L.i aiimaaga! S i-1 L K &lt;J T I'Ü E T II Y. WHAT THE TIUVEIjLEH .\i.UD AT SUXSET. Tue shadow« prow nnri deepen uiutU tiw, 1 fifi the liii-.v-iiill in tho air ; The nnuM/.in of the darkening thicket 1 hwtr ihe nighL-thrush call to prayer. T)io oveniuR wind ¡h ssd with farewell:«, And loving hands nnelasp (rom mine ; Alone I ¡jo tu moot tlio darkiicM Across un awful boundary-line. Afl fr un the lightul hearths lichind me I [j/iss with tiiow, reluctant feet, ' What wait» me iu the Uti l of strangeness ? What face shall smile, what voico shall groit ? What space ahall awe, what brightness bliud inoj? What thunder-roll of music stun ? Want vast processions swoop before rao Of shapes unknown beneath the sua V I shrink from unaccustomed glory, I drea.l the myriad-voiced strain ; Give me the uuforgotlen faces, And let my lost ones speak again. : • Ho will not chide my mortal yearning Wio is our brother and our frieud ; In whose full lifa, divino a» 1 hum...
SPORTS AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 2 February 1884
SPORTS AT MITTAGONG. On Saturday last (Anniversary Day) a days sports took place at Mittagong, in connec- tion with the Protestant Alliance. About 12 o'clock tho prooossion started from the lodgo room headed by a brass band from Sydnoy, and procooded to tho ground. During the day dancing and games of all kinds was indulged in. Tho sports were considerably enlivened by the band, which discoursed some very nice music throughout tho day. Mr. T. Morgan did a good trade with a refreshment booth. There was a good attendance on the ground all the evening. Following are tho oveuta run for during the day Maiden Plate. C. Smith 1 A. Hackney 2 Handicap. J. Bunter 1 Three-legged Race. Hackney & Bunter 1 Go-aH-you-ploase, for 15 mimitos. T. Randall 1 Handicap. S. Rush ... -I Girls'-Race. Miss R. Mealing ... ... 1 Miss G. Dowling ... ... 2
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
O 0 M M ERC I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Butter, 1st, per Ib., Oil to lOd „ 2nd no demand Bacon, best.Merimbula hand ourod per lb., 8d to lOd ,i best, machine cured, 7d to 8d „ heavy 'and rough, 4d to Cd Hams, bast Murimbula, hand curcd, XOd to la „ machino.cured, 8d to lOd Lard, no demand ChoeBe 1st, per Ib., Cd to 7d ,, 2nd arid inferior, 3d to 6d Pigs, alive, per lb, -Id, Calves, caoh, 3s Od to 18s Od Hides, per lb, 3d * Calf skins, each, Is to Is Gd I'alloWfpcr ton, £30 to £33 Maize, per bushel, 'Is (4d to 4s 64 Hay, oaten, per ton, £5 On to £G0i „ lucerno, do., £4 Os to £4 10s Od Potatoes, do., £G 0s to £G 5s Od Fowls, per pair, 2s 9d to Bs 3d Ducks, do, 3s Od to 3s Cd Gcosu, do, 6s Od to 5s Od Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 25s Od EgKH, par doy,., Is 4d, February 7, 1884.
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
OFFICIAL COIiliE0iJOJSDtíiNUl!Í. Mr. Garrott has recoivod the following lotto»: :— Department of Lands, Sydney, 27th Novomber, 1808. Sir,—I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of Mr, R. P. Richardson's ' letter of the' 16th instant, asking for a sum of money to covar ooat of- main taining and further improving Recroation Reservo at Fitzroy Falls. In reply, I bog to inform you that the application hau been duly noted and will bo placed before tko Socretary for LandH, in common with others of a like nature,' whan dealing with the distribution of the amount voted by the Parliament. I have tho honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, CiiAur.KB Omvkh, Undor Suorotury. [The above should nave appeared in our last.— »Ed. » B. F. P."]
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
MlTTAGONa. A wuDDiNo that caused moro than tho usual excitomcnt in such cuaca, took placo boro on New Yoara' Day. Tho brido, who looked very pretty, young, and uiccly drossod, is tho third daughter (Elizaboth) of Mr. F. Draper, of the Commercial .Hotel, and tho individual who held the tuost eiiviablo posi tion oil the occasion was Mr. Geo. Dawson, storekeeper of this township, and thé second sou of the late Gharlos Dawson, of.Huddors field, Yorkshire, England. The marriage ceremony was porformed by the Rev. F. C. Williams, at St. Stephen's Church, and sub sequent to tho breakfast at which a, very largo party sat down to everything that could be desired, and troublo and money procure, tho happy couple loft their friends to spend the honeymoon at tho sea const. Their absence in 110 way interfered with the enjoyment of those that rcmainod for a ball, aud suppor at tho residence of tho bride!s parents. The days' procoodings closod, and broko fully and half into tho day following. [Tho a...
SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
' SALVATION ARMY. TBC EDITOB OF THE FREE PRESS, Sib;—Fon some timo past we have bad the Salvation Army, or somo öf its members, around us, no doubt with the idea they wore going to do au immense amount of good, but the only day they ohose to try and oon quer is the Sabbath, and on that day start nom a point at the northern end of the town, and pröoeed through the streot sing ing and playing musio until they reach Mr. Morris's sale yards, where they halt, and en deavour to induce persons to join them, but ■ with, very little offeot. Go to this spot for au hour or so on a Sunday afternoon and you will hoar the .pedigree of wha t some oi the members of this army were, what they are, and what they intend to be. The first is disgusting in the extreme, and if it is any oredit to à man.;to relate his oareer iuthe way they do. 'Snlvationisai should end, People bave now become so accustomed tc ibis sort of tbing that they visit tho place for amusement and not with the thought o howiug anythi...
CORRESPONDENCE [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our Correspondents.] DR. TARRANTS MEDICAL BILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
O O B B E > N.Jprp NO E; ' [WaiLt wo »halt bo glad to publish luttera, it taust La unilcratooJ that it does not fulloiv wo tmdorau the ojiiuioUB of our coriiwiiohilouta.] DR. TARRANT'S MEDICAL BILL. TU IUI! EDlTOft Of TUE FUHR iUlKSa, g,B( Xu your article of last Saturday wook. you say that tlio object of this bill ¡8, " Iu other words to suppress quackery, and to uoufine tlio practico of the hualiug art toits loKÎtimato and authorised profossora, a thing which, allow me to Bay. iB Uo poa Bible, and is not the intention of the bill at All. What tho bill really does aim at is to prevent as far as possiblo, througlia more porfect system of registration, oto., the wholesale frauds by falso pretences earned on in this colony. This colony I believe stands alono in the respect that any uian may call himself an M.D., surgtfon or physi cian. and so gull the public as to make thorn beliovo that he is that which _ ho is not. Tho question of a man's real ability to euro disoasa booomes mero...
HORSE MARKET. MESSRS. WILLIAM INGLIS AND-CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
■ HORSE. MARKET. MKBSnS. WILMAS! IMdUfi' AND-'CO. Thk market was well; supplied .with horse.1) tho.past week from New Zealand and the Sóúthcrii distlrietä of Now South Wales. Wo had not so iuany extra heavy, drought horses from New Zealand bythe.last shipment, but lliere\vore a great many active draught and siipcrio'r suddlo and hamoss hoi'Hoa amongst the lût. 'X'lio horses from (Joulborn were very superior in their class, most of whiuh were activo'draught, cart, van, and saddle and harness horees. Prona the lengthened drought, and not much sign of a .chango, buyers acted with great caution, which causpdjharcl work to secure bids at auction, and.Mio tendency was toward lower prices. Although vie' had a very largo number of horsos for sale .this week, the prices realised were satisfactory, and wo quitted .alV that wore entrusted to our oaro for sale. - The following is a summary of horses sold .by us'this week:— Extra heavy draught,'10 head, £10 to £50 ; heavy draught, 15 head, £28 t...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Kates for conveyance ol cattle (at por truok) to Homebash aro a« follows :—From Qoulbura, £4 4s ; Marulaa, £3 10a 8d ; Mosa Vale, £2 12a ; Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 6s ; Pioton, £1 10s. Bates for conveyance o£ ehsep (at per truok) to Homobdsh are as follows :—From Goulborn, £3 13k Id ; Marulan, £3 5s 7d ; Mosa Vale, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittagong, £2 (is ; Pic ton, £1 10a.
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE TEST OF LOVE. (A FACT.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
ORIGINAL POETRY. : o ; 1 THE TEST OP LOVE. (a fact.) Lifo hath îta Btrango roahti'js. The good, Tho bad, h live eaoU (hoir own oxtremes ; aud mind's Creation palus beside what circumstance Gives to uiÍHt«tic8 ; and 'tú because I Know all lovo (o hear of unpretentious Virtuo, that now I broutho in this lono hoar My thiukiugti, born of inlercourso with raen ; So sweet tho fruit from ncod Communion bows, 'Twas four o'clock, and liuro in summer tiran 'Tis tho welcome hour of toil« cessation s I loft tho scene of my day's business, Accompanied by ono who came part oí ' Tbo way that led to where I dwelt. ' tstop'd wlioro two roads cross, to »ay " Goodbye still we linger'd, for some freshidoa . . Rush'd on the mind and would have utterance : ' For we had dwelt upon those thrilling lore» The finer mind of tho meclmnio loves. And many workmen from their labour paas'd, Each in Iiis own peculiar way for home ; Still as they pass'd, from my companion 1 Possoss'd the tale which I embody thus : I...
ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. MICES FOR IjIYE HTOCK AN'D I'llotiHCK, Fat Cattle, per 100 lbs., lite Oil to ¡.'2s Oil Fut sliobp, per hoad, Gs üd to 10s 4d . ' Milolii cpwH, each, £8 Oa Oil to JUIO Os Od Calves, do. ¡Ts Ol to .Cl' 17a Oil . : i ^ Lambs; do. Tib 0^1 lo lOu Oil -• . r Pigs (alive), each,'20a Oil-toX2 10a Od Caroass pork, per-Ib;; 3¿d to-Jd Suokers,;oiu¡h, 5s 3d lo 10.s Od Calfskins, do. 0 d to-Is Od Sheepskins, jwr lb., 2d to OJd"••••' Hilles, lio. 2.Jll Id •l}ll"' ■ i'-: ¡.: ■ Tallow, per uwt., i-'i Gs Oil to iU 12s Oil Wool, greasy, per lb,,.OJrt to lid 1 ' Turkeys (cooks),pei pair, lila Od to 23s (Hi Turkey« (hens), do. 5s Od to 8s Od Fowls, per pair, 3s Od to -ls Oil ; ...... Ducks, do.,'Is. 3d to 5a Od ¡ ■. Qecse, (lo. Gs Óil.to 7s Od ' • • »• PigeoiiR, Is !)d to 2h Od Holl butter, per Ib., Od to la Oil ■ . Keg (lo. 7il lo Is !ljd : , ; ■ ; . Cheese, 2d to 7d Bacon, do. Oil lo lOd; lißßs; per dozen;, Is öd to 2h '2il ■■■■■• ».&lt; Honey, do. ljll lo Sil ' -. ■ i...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Mails close for all stations North at 9.S0 p.m., daily ■ (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Bobertson 2 p.m.,. daily, (Sundays exceptad.) Mails arrive at Bowral irom Kangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mail« arrive from all stations South at iî.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parramntta, and all stations West at 1.23 pan., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sandays, for delivery oí letters, Ac., only, irom a to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails close for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., (Sandays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SCHO[?] OF ARTS, BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
SCnOVM OF ARTS, beurima. Thc feecond half-yearly meeting of tli« »boy* was bold in the reading'i-oom of that inatita tion on Monday 4th iuit., whou the follow ing gentlemen wore present :—F. R. YVil shire, Esq., P.M. (in the chair), Dr. Lain bort, Moma. T. H. Taylor, R. K. Horno, O. Rowloy, J. Armliold, P. Galbraith, J. Breen, M. O'Hara, R. N. Matthew«, J. G. Matthews, G. E. Maki», T. Jaokßon, sud J. A. Cooper. The Socrotary reported tho purchase of oVor 80 new volume» for the library, mak ing a total of 822 ; also that tho institution had boon fairly well attouded. The balance shoot showed receipts to tho amount of £45 17» 8d, disbursmonts of £21 5s 2d, leaving a balance of £21 12s Cd. Tho baianoo sheot was adopted on the motion of Mr. T. Jackson. The following officers wero thon elected : —Prosidont—F. R. Wilshiro ; Vice Presi dent—Dr. Madden ; Seorctary—Mr. P. Galbraith ; Treasnror—Mr. J. A. Cooper ; Committee—Messrs. Lattimor, R. N. Mat thews, Taylor, Armliold, Makin, J. G. Mat ...
WILLIAM INGLIS AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 9 February 1884
WILIjIAM lNGIilS AN D SON'S HEi'OllT. Wis report having sold, during-lúe weekending J?ob¡ I,"*188-1,;'at' lliiilwny Auctiou Mart and Stool; Kalo Sards,,stock and piqduco at the following quota tions :— . , -, i'nfc Cattle per 100 lbs, best quality, 22s (id Fut" Sliecp, 30a Od . ■ .Milch Cows, eao.li, £-1 is Od.to Z 1.2 Os Od Gítlves, large, each, ;U1, His to £2 2s fid Ditto, .small, 10k lid to 20a Od Lauibs, each, l i s (id to Os Od ! Pigs (alive), extra large, euch, GOs Od to 70s Od Ditto,'largo, 30s to 40ß Od Small porkers, 18a Od to 2i>s Od Sucker»,'(is to-l-ls Od > ' Turkuys, peri pair, cocks'. lis Od to 20s Od " Ditto, hens, 5s Od lo Os Od •'■■■■>■> tlcosío, por pair, ös Od tO'7s (id" . ¡ Ducks, per pair, ils Od to lis,Od , ; . Fowls, per pair,-, 2s (id to 5s (id , , ■ Butter (roll), per Ib., lid tó 18d .Duller, (keg), l«v lb., 7d to'Md »♦. ■' ■ • .Bacon, per lb., 7d to i)Jd »¡ .J &lt; f •,-> • Cheese, por Ib., -Id to 5d .. ; ... I ■liggs, per dozen, 17d ...