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COMMERCIAL. WILLIAM INGLIS AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
COMMERCIAL. WILLIAM INÜLIS AND SON'S REPORT. ¡ \Vi; report having sold, during the week ending Fob. 8, 188i,! at Railway Auction Mart «ml Stock Sale Vnrdii, stock muí produco at tlio following quota tions :— Fut Cattle per 100 lbs, liest quality, 23s Od ■ ¿'ut Sheep, 10a i)d Milch Cows, oach, £-1 10s Od to .E12 Os Od Calves, large, each, £1 10s to £2 OsOd !" Ditto, small, lfîs Gd to 25s Od Lambs; eaeh| to 15b Od l?igs (ajivé),extra large, each, 00s Od to 70s Od Ditto, large,-10s lb 55s Od. ■ ■ . Small porkers,. Iiis'Od to 27s Od Suckers, 1* to 12s Od . Turkeys, per pair, cocks, lis Od to 20a Od Ditto, liens, f>á Od to 9s Od ... ücesc, per pair, os fid to 8s Od : • ■ Ducks, per pair,'Is Od to 7s 2d Fowls, per pair, 2b Gd.to 5s (>d ; . i Butter (roll), per lb., lid to 20d ..Butter (Icegj, per lb.,,8d to lid : B icon, per lb., 7d to 'J.Jd ..., ' ■:• Cheese, per lb.,-id to öd ;■■■,■ Eggs, per,dozen, lslOd to 2s -id , . . Hides, per,lb., 2^d tp 3¿d - - 1 . Sheepskins,"3.Jd to Gd : ...
DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
.DEBATING ,SOCIETY. Tire, following is tlae lirst sessional .report of the Uámpbojltown Debating Society,.read.at a meeting of the club held recently. • To the President, Vice Presidents, Officers and Members of the ..Campbelltown Debating' Society. Gentlemen,—In submitting this, the lirst sessional report of thtT Campbelltown Debating Society, it affords your. Committee very much pleasure to be able to congratulate you on the unqualified success with which the establishment of a Debating Society in Campbelltown has been bo far attended. That there was ample, room for such a society could hot bul doubted, when the fact was taken into considera tion that Campbelltowii,: one o! the oldest settle ments in the colony, possessing a large number of young' men of'at least average intelligence, could, hitherto boast of .no society or institution of a literary character, where'these young men might meet. together for the purpose of improving their minds,. whilst at, the same time promoting t...
HORSE MARKET. WILLIAM INGLIS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
HOBSK MARKET. WILLIAM INOLIS ANO CO. Market was well supplied this weok with activo J eurt,, harneas', and muidlo hornos ; " but thcrb''wefa ' j very few Heavy draught horses to hand, the demand ' for which wats not ho good as it has been. 'This no . doubt, is occasioned from tho : continuous drought, - ; which has in many instances prevented work being . " carried on, or spéculation being made. The follow-. ing is a summary of oui: sales :—15 draught horse» v- ' from L28 to L35, 40 cart horsos from L18 to L25, GO usoful harness and. van horses from L15 to L18, 1 30 light harness and saddle horsos from L5 to LIO, \ 20 head of very light horsos from LI 'to L5. At ! Camperdown yards wo sold 30 head of horses for1 CK ' M'Guiggan, lioavy and light—heavy portion ranging " from L12 to L25, light portion from L5 to L10 ;for S. Burcher, 24 head, noarly all light, ranging frorr^> / LI to LX6 ; for A. Mourant, 15 head of light horses "7 from L3 to L10.—February 7. Printed and published, by...
ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
•ELtlS AND CO.'S 1U5POHT. rmcF.s fou mvi: htock and. imiouugk» Pat Cattm:, per 100 lbs., 20« Oil to'.¡ Ih Oil • ' 1 Fut sheep, per hciul, fia 0(1 to 12s 0(1 Miloli cowb, each, £2 15b Od to JClO'Ou Oí ! ' CalVOB, do. 8s 6(1 to £2 (la 0(1 Lambs, do. 7» Oil to 1-la Od .Pigè:(alivc), each, 21h Od to £2 14s Oil Carcass pork, per lb., Id to 5d Suckers, wich, 8« Od to lits Od ¡ 1 i Calfskins, do. 9(1 to 4s Od ■ >! ■Sheepskins, per Ib., ¡2 i il to (ijd Hides, do. 2.Jd to 4}d ■-■ • Tallow, per cwt., XI Gs Od to CI 12s Oil •• Wool, greasy, por Ib., GJd to 10.^1 -.s ::,&lt;rr> Turku,yB (cocks), peípsir,.10s Oil to.22s Gil ■ •. Turkeys (hens), ilo. 5s (id to 8s lid' • 'i Fowls, per pair, !ls 0,1 I o la Od Ducks, do.,'is Od to 5s Od lieuse, do. Gs Od to 10s Od &lt; • ■ > ' i Pigeons, Is Gd to 2s 0(1 ; i . > : ltoli hütter, ppr,tb.", ll.$d Ig Is 3d . í ■ • .*>,--r.i! Keg do. 8.J(1 to 1b 7.Jd t . .t ChccBO;'2.W 16-ijdl ' 1 Daeon, do. (i¿d to l()d _ líggs, pur¡do¡ícn,...
MISCELLANEOUS. THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 16 February 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. THE, CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Nkw Soórn Wales. New South Wales, filio parent colony of Australia,, is represented by Mr. F. A. Franklin, Executive Commissioner, and Mr. J. N. Stuart (Messrs. Balmer Lawrie & Co.), Representative Commissioner. The court occupies a very prominent position in the 'Calcutta Exhibition. Although lato in entering the field of competition, herexhibits cover hn area of 8000 feet of floor space, and 5760 feet of wall space for the display of maps, plans, coal sections, and photographs* The collection, though"'comparatively small,; is extremely-valuable «s à practical illustra-! tion of the extent and varied nature of her products. ' ' " On entering the court the large exhibit of the; mining .departments, is seen; which, together with the private exhibits of Messrs.: Bonsu-Herrenschiriidt iind Constable and1 many others,, forms a collection fit for a; museum.. ; These.,-minerais ar« carefully catalogued, and the specimens labelled.; They aro...
SELECT POETRY. THE GIRLS [?] USED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
SELECT POETRY. tuiû c.mns i UáKD to know. I am flitting and mid Umtly, Ail;! I'm gm'.in;; in tlio «rute, (A eigur my «olii.-v only) In a drowsy, droaiuy state. And in.v thoughts ivvJi t wiili pleasure Ar 1 furl the genial glow, In the cclasy of Visure, To the girls I used to know*. Thero was pretty little I'amiy, With her lilhtroua ryes of bltio, Ho airy imd ko rauny. Ho homint mid ho true. fiht» mai'vied a in-otcHsor— A grave, mslhctie lioio, . And hIio ivoighs, or I'm no gueuler, ' Two hundred pound» or moro. And there was hlack-eyod Nanoy, , Ko phnnp muí full of fun, Klin looli my boyish ftyicy, Ak few, save hor, hud done. v Alas I 1 saw lier lately— What a wonder 'nc'iitli tho'fsun !•» llricd up, nnd gritn, und «lately, An old nioicVoI forty-one. And .them vus laughing Carrie— A dashing. gay eoq'utte— Khii declared she'd never marry, Though n nabob »ho could got. ..Well, she linfcod h«r«rlf at twenty Willi a tuilor from the JHhine, Aiúl IinH InmimwH in jilenty : For hor ehildran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
[TED ft Good GENERAL SEHj&tííT. MiSsQJden, Wcslcyan Parsoiiage^JJowral. WANTED ft Good !>RJ£KMtfKEB, J. Hodg aon, Merrigang lîoàJI^Sjwrftl. w ANTED v«w ton of Good OATÖKJIAY. W. Pjggott, Produce Morehant, liowroT; LOST" Ono Brass Cap, out. Mt. M'Callum. HE WARD. As it is commonly Loliuvcd tfiat tlio bush on my estato was wilfully sot oil J*V, I oiïci- the abovo rownrd lor conviction of UiAcrson or parsons who did it. S. HORDEBN. Bowral, January 17, 1881. F FOB SALE by tondç about óno chain wido centro of Bowral, Church and other bi] vod up to Saturday not bind thonisolvoi Tenders to bo addressed to— E. Land, ed in the in street, ers recci 'rustces do; est or any tender. J. BUSSELL, Bowral. 13 N D E B S ROll F E ■N'G. TES!DEIÏ5>M£ desired for^eiicing land at, Bur radoo. EstimatbsJor tjj^i'ailod fenco without paling, also for sanî^wth paling. Posts 7 foot long, and not lessiklín fTimjlias at head, by 2} do ; riiil not less tlmrfv inchcs \vi9»4jy 2J inches. Posts, must be...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
O O M M E E O I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPJ3HATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Buttor, 1st, por Ib., 12(1 to lGd , i, 2nd Oil to Sil Bacon, bost Morhnbiiln lmnd curod pov Ib., 8d to lOd bost, machino curad, 7d to 8d boavy and roiißli, 4d to (id : llíims, boat Morimbuhi, lmnd oil rod, lOd to Is .„ ' machino cured, 8d to lOd Iiftvd, 4d.to.5d Cliccso 1st, por Ib., Cd to Od , , „ 2nd and interior, 3d to 4d • Pi'rs, ulive, por 11), -Id, to 5d Calvos, oaoli, 7s Od to 20s Od Hides, por lb, 3d Galt skins, cach, Is to Is Cd Tallow,'por toil, £28 to £35 ■■■; ■■ i Maizo. por busliol, HsSld to 4s Od Hay, oato'n,por ton, £/5 0s to £(>0s „ inóortio, do., £2 15s to £4 ßs Od Potatoes, do., £3 lOs to £3 Os Od Fowls, por pair, 2s Sid to Us 3d Diiclcs, do, !Is (id to 4s Od . Oleoso, do, 5s Od to (is Od Turkeys, do, 7s Od to 12s Od Erkb, por doz., Is (id, to Oh February 21,1881.
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.] UNPARALLED GENEROSITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
C O 11 KE SP ONDE N C E. [Wiiiliî wo shall Ijb glad to pulilish lotto's, it must bo understood thnt it does not follow wo ondoruo tho opinions of our correspondents.] UNPARALLED GENEROSITY. ' TO Till! EDITOll Of TIIE ,■ IfRBB P11KSS. . Siii,—I notioe in your issuo of tho 9 th inst., tliafc " A Resident," makes himself vory conspicuous by, his most extraordinary sug gestion as to whore tho Salvationists should go, viz., to Mittagong aucl Moss Vale. I have heard a groat deal about' Bowral, so I can easily. believe ; that the people of that town can dispense with Major Sutherland's Invinoiblos, as tho place is alroady over stocked with both professional and amateur pulpit thumpers. I think "A Resident" must bo an " expounder of the word," he seems to bo so eager to present thorn to tho two benighted towns mentioned..; •: Why should he forgot Berriuia? No doubt thero are .a few ex-Sunday .School Toncliers, and Band of Hope pilots staying at Mr. Small's cafó at presentía goodly number ha...
MY IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
MY IDláAJ WiiiîitE lives tho charm onoiroling round Tho wholo where my love's life is bound'? Not in a Tonn superbly tall, , For hors is litllo moro than small ; Tho' following each curvo you truco Tho modol of creativo grace, From wavy troHscu lovely glow > Crowning a forohead broad and low, Down to tho litllo feet below. ' Nor yet in tho transparent skin That shows tho crimson lido within ; Nor on the deep camativo lip Whore lovo would ijovor tire to sip, So sweet tho fold that hides beneath Two tiny rows of pearly tooth. Nor in the tap'ring hands that show ; Tho whitcnosss of untaintod snow. • No ! such aro woman's horilage, Heaven bequeathed from ago to ago ; Naturo's attraction tö fulfil Croalion's law, command, and will. Apart fiom them, by Nature's ohoice, Tho charm lives in her syren voieo ; llich in its wild vibrating thrill— Oh, call it rapture—what you will I Some blessed namo, for when she speaks Each' sloeping sense instantly seeks A concentration, riot to miss' Ono ...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
BOWIUIi POST OFFICE.. Mails closc for nil stations North nt 9.30 p.m., tidily (Saturdays excopted.) For lvangaloon and • Robertson.'' 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive nt Bowral from Kanynloon and Hobortson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails M'tivo from all stations South at 8.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North at midnight^ (Sundays cxcoptcd.) From Sydney, Parniraatta, nnd all'stations West at 1.2& p.m., &lt;l:iily, (Sundays excepted.) The liownil Money Order Olllce closes at 0 p.m. Tost Office hours from !) a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, &c., only, Ivom 9 to 10 a.m. Xelegrnph Office hours from 9 a.m. to. 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails clone for all stations south at 9.80 p.m., (Sundays excepted.), Government Sayings. Bnuk open from 9 a.m. to G p.m.
ORIGINAL POETRY. ON THE DEATH OF OLIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
ORIGINAL POETRY. ON THE DEATH OF OLIVER. 'Tis lian! to ltnow Hint death lino won At any limo, il loar To drop o'er wluil ils work hath clono, To goni the saored bior. But then ho was our only ono, Which limdo hint doubly dear. Tho joy that thrilled a father's heart Willi ovory sonso of bliss, Can novor more its power impart In such a world as this ; ]Jul to tho front of memory start In tears o'or that wo miss. Tho smilo that wcloom'd onoli ombraoo, Mclbinlis .1 son il now, And in oaoli rigid dimplo trace What deatli must fain allow ; That halo of coleslial graco That lights an angols brow. All that tho bosom crndlod swoot, To him alono confined,; Lies orusliocl and wilhorecl at iny feet, ; And I awaku to (Ind, That whero they blossomed I must groot, A void within tho mind, I do not nsk liiin baolc again, Tho'sorely I am tried, Yot something whispors through my pivin " Oh! would ho had not diod.Vi But in my fondness I wiwrvftin— I'm punishod for my prido. •T. 0. TUCKER.
THE NIAGEA CANTILEVES BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
THE NIAGEA CANTILEVES BRIDGE. Niagra Falls, Deo. 20.—Tlio clay for testing tlio. cantilovor bridge, the first of its kind ever completed, has beeu looked forward to with a groat deal of interest' by ingiueers and scientific mon., .Whatever doubts, -if any . existed, were entireley put.at rest by the severe tests to which it has just been subjected. Early this morning several en gines were sent aoross the bridge to the Canada side, where two very heavy trains wore made up for each track and stood waiting for tlio signal to draw, on to the bridge. At 12 o'clock the order was given to draw ahead, and the two trains moved out1 on the Canadian approach. It is esti mated that between 8,000 and 10,000 pebplo watchod tlio heavy load move forward. When tlio first engine reached the towor a halt was ordered and a most aeourato exam ination made. This completed, tlio train drew on, stopping at intervals for .tlio oxperts to make tlio tosts, till the first ougino had reached the approcli ou tli...
SHOCKING MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
SHOCKING MURDER. , ■At the Gcelong Ássizos. on , Saturday, Mrs. Mary Ann. Silk,was triod before. tho Oliief Justico for having.murdered lier husband at Morrison's in Soptomber last. Dr. Pinoott dopobed that thoro woro ton distinct wounds upon tho. body oft the murdered man. Ho considers that instantaneous death ensued. The prisoner's daughter, thirtoon years'of age, said that on tho night of the murder lier 'father returned homo drunk, and that hor mother struck him down with an adze," and then beat him to doath. ! Tho girl also clcclared- that her father luid an improper intercourse ; with her. '. Tlio prisoner swore that the. wounds wero. inflicted by lier in ßolfrdofonce,! in order to provont Silk from Bhooting hor. The jury found tho woman guilty of 'murder, but recommouded her.to mercy. Sho was sentenced to doath.
ASBESTOS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
ASBESTOS. A host valuable discovery , of asbostos in tromondous quantités lias been discovered at Briar Parle, J.lockloy, noar tho G reat AVost ern line, or within a fow milos of it, and tlio proprietors aro now forming a oompany to work it, This discovery was m'ado somo • tiîvo sincö by tho lato Mr. W. II. Short, F.U.S., whon ho was oxploring in tlio adja cont clittvTot. Tho samo gentleman dis covorod tiio asbestos near Gundagai, but ho always statoil us his opinion that tho asbes tos at Briar Park would bo among tho rich est and most -abundant yet brought to light in this or any other oouutry. ' .Tlio •variety of usos to which asbestos can bo nppliocl aro innumorablo. In arts of manu facturo—in paints, or fabrics, or paper, it is an ingrotliont tha rondors tho wholo indes tructible by either lire or acids. Tho com pany is being formed on tho principio of no liability, no wanton oxponso ; overy shilling ' obtained l'or shares will bo plaood to tlio crodit of tho company npon the fo...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
WESL1ÎYAÎÏ. Services will bo liold to-morrow as follows Mitfcagong, 11 a.m., Mr. Gregory 7 p.m., Preacher Bowral. il a.m., 'Mr. Morris ' 7. p.m., Rev. C. Olden Kangaloon, 11 a.m., Hcv. C. Oldoii ; Jtoliortson, 11 a.m., M r. "Walsh Burrawang, 11 a.m., Mr. White.
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 23 February 1884
BEMÎIMA. (from a connnspoxnENT.) 0\rao to holidays and bush fires combinad, î'tlio first mooting of tlio Mutual Improve ment Socicly during tlio prosont yoar was not lielij until Monday, 11th inst. I'lio following gentleinon were present.—Dr. Lambert (President), Messrs. Sheridan, Taylor, Makin, Gitlbraith, Coopor, and MattSays. The minutes of meeting hold on 17t>^ ,v)ccombor woro road and eonlirmod.' Members accounted for thoir abscnco as nbovo. A discussion took placo as to the advisability of taking up tlio debate of which notice had been given on tho last mooting night. As members did not soom desirous of dismissing the-question—1" Aro political revolutions justifiablo," it was withdrawn, and the Premier (Mr. Sheridan) gavonojjico lhat.ho would movo next Monday evening —1" That a property tax is just and o quit able." This terminated tho businoss of tho ovening.. Tho Borrinm post-mistress reports that not a singlo-lookingonvolopo passed through 011 tho l'lth inst, Tho Borrima...