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LONDON. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
LONDON. July 20. A soulliug race, took placo At Toronto to-day betweon Edward llmilnu, the champion «culler, and Wallace Hobs. ilaiihui woa by »bout twenty lengths. July 21. Tho " lûconoraÎHt," in discussing the proposals for Australian federation, fears that thó financial and [ tariff differences that would aribe between the teupcctivc colonics would bo an almost insuperable obstacle to tbe uuccess of the project. July 23. The nativo population of Culouttu are agitating for the ostaSlishmont of u system of government in India similar to that carried on in the colonies. . Tho Colonial Institute lias oilcrud four prizes, for competition among studeu-s, fur the beat iismiya on Australasia. James Carey, tho Irish informor, who was reported to have left the United Kingdom, Uns been recognised I in London. i Au attempted has been mndo by Veniniu in New York to murder Maedermott, an alleged traitor to tho I Kornau cause.
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
WSLIGIOUS. CHUKCH OF KNGLAND. The ordinary services will be held in St. Jude's Anglican Church, to-morrow (Sunday.) The services on Snwlay next will bo as followa ,— Bong at 11 11.111. Sutton Forest at 11 a.m. Bundauoon at 8 p.m. Moss Vnle at 7 p.m. St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Services—Every Sunday imrning at 11. » „ evening 7. 1st Suu'lay in the mouth, afternoon 3. Culo (Coleman's. Siding) 2nd Sunday | Lower Mittagong Hrci „ j-3p.ni. Jelloro -4 th „ J nlUUmVE METHODIST. Services will be held to-morrow as follows :— Bowral—Mr. C. Foggon, 11 a.m. ; liev. ,T. Russell, fl.oO p.m. Bundanoon—Itev. J. Kussel!, 11 a.m. ; Mr. \V. Jones, 7 p.m. HOMAN OATHOMC. Mass will be celebrated at Sutton Forest on Sunday next at 11 a.m. WHS1.EÏAX. The following are the services for Sunday next :— Mittagong—11 a.m. Rev. C. Olden ; 7 p.m. Bowral 11 a.m. ; 7 p.m.. Rov. C. Olden. Robertson—11 a.m., Mr. White. Kangaloon -11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mr. Walsh. vuKsii-minuN. ' Services will bu held to-morrow as f...
CORRESPONDENCE. [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we enderse the opinions of our correspondents.] TO THN BETTOR [?] ROWRAL [?] PRES[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
CORRESPONDENCE. [Win;,!! v/c sbalt lio gliul tu publish IotUir.-i, il iiiuhí bo uriciei'Htood thai it does not follow wo euduraa the opinions of our corroApoiidcnts.] TO THN BIHTOn 0/ ;f!K HOWtUI. J»HKK PdKBII. Bin,—I noticed in .your lust ismie n letter relativo to tho half-holiday Miiivcntont in lJowral, and whilo our thanks uro ihm to iIiu.sk ladies who workod ho strenu ously on bclinlf of those employed in hIoios, Ac., the movement «coins to mo to huvo boon prematura, for thcBO reasons—lut. Thill tliü greater port ion of tho business done in Uowrul is from Kangaloon and district, aa.l that no restrictions should he placed on trade. 2nd. There lire only ftvo omployes benefitted by tho movement, and thoy liavo to hung about until tho other young mon of liowrul havu coaxed work hofore thoy can have any «ports. Now, if thorns kind ladies would take in hand an euriy cfosing movement, I think they would meet with greater success, and;benelit the employes and employer« moro. If nil sto...
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE. STTURDAY, JULY 23, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
Tnu J30WP.AL FREE PRESS, und MlTTArtONO, BuMUWANO, AND KaKÍULOON AdVOCAT». SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1883. Wherever a small township in this colony lias adopted the principle of municipal government, progress has followed, the value of property has increased, a healthy tone of self-reliance has pervaded the action ef the townspeople who iind that more can be accomplished for the general good by combination than by single and sometimes antagonistic exertions. A township, more over, that is governed to an extent by Local Government, has a greater status in the body politic—it becomes a recognised official unit of some consideration in the Municipal Conference, and is regarded with greater m pect by the various members of the Government for the time being. Sotting on one side the degree of mental culture and aptitude for legislation gained in the working out of Municipal institutions once established, the local benefits derived by the ratepayers and owners of property, are of such a character...
THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
THE LAND QUESTION. The Premier, Mr. Stuart, in responding to the toast of the. Ministry at the banquot given to tlio Ministerial party at Wollon gong, in reforonco to the Land question, sp'oko as follows, as reported in the S. M. Herald's telegram :—" It is clearly and unmistakably our intention, on the very first possible opportunity, to bring in our Land Bill. (Cheers.) Lot there bo no mistake about that. Our enemies have charged us with three things, as it appears to me : to have laid it to our charge that wo 110 vor iutendoil to bring in the Land Bill, that we intended to shirk this question ; again they have charged us with being utterly incapable of bringing in a Laud Bill ; and they have charged us that, even if we have the capacity to bring in the bill, it never could be a satisfactory one. Well, we intend to disap point thorn on all three, points. (Cheers.) We intend to disappoint them in the first, that we never intended to bring in tlio Land Bill, because wo do intend "to...
LOCAL AND GENEERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
LOCAL AND GENJÍIUL, . Mu. C. Watkbs, one oí our local store- j keepers, is about to bave erected a large and commodious store, nearly opposite bis pre sent place of business. Judging from the plans tlie building will be an elaborate one.. Attention is requested to the advertise ment of the South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company, which appears in another column. The Company has done much for this district, and is deserving of confidence and support. Tnosu interested in the movements of the Berrima District Agricultural Society will observe that the annual meeting will be held in the School of Arts' temporary building at two o'clock sharp this (Saturday) afternoon. The Church of England Temperance Society, Mifctagong, held a meeting in sup port of their cause 011 the 20th inst. Tho meeting was addressed by the Rev. P. C. Williams and others. Music was provided by the choir. A few now members were initiated, anil the meeting generally was a success, though the attendance was ...
VISITS OF THE LIVING TO THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
VISITS 01? THE LIVING TO TUE DEAD. In ICSI Ule coffins containing tilo bodies of Charle« V. nuil Iii» descendants wcro removed fluni the vuiilt in iront of the high niter in thu Church of the Escorial to their final resting-pluco in the Pantheon. " Ah the body of Charles V. was placed in Iiis marble sarcophagus," writes Sir W. Hlirling-Maxwoll (Cloister Lifo of CharloB V., 1853, p. 270), " thu covorings woro removed to onablo i'liilip IV. to como (neo to fuco with his great aneeator. The corpno was found to bo quite entire, and even sotno sprigs of sweet thymo, foldod in tho winding sheet, retained, fluid tho friars, all thoir vernal fragrance after thu lapso of four score wintern." Dut once inoro the resolute countenance of tho victor of Muhlborg was to bo seen by a degenerate successor. Towards tho cud of tho eighteenth century, Charlos III, of Spain, at tho requost of thu author of Vathek, ordered thu inarblo sarcophagus which contained the body of tho famous Emperor of tha West ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
rji EE B O \V 11' A,Ii , F, it K'B PRESS, and . ... i.;,....' .. . Mittagong, Burrawanc, and Kangaloon Advócate, is published every 8 A T URDA Y , M O B N I N O.' , • BUBSciumoNs Sixteen.' Shillings (lfls) a year; or -in per quarter of throe months,'payable in advance. II booked, ill l>er y oar, or 5a per quarter. . AnvjîimsiNo:— AdvortÎHomentfl aro charged for at :the following rato each" insertion :—Sixpence per Jino lip to five lines; ono'inch, lis; every additional'inch, Is Gd, with a deduction of one-fourth for thirteen coiikccu tive : insertions, and of one-third for twenty-nix insertions. Announcements. of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2a Gd each. JODBtXO Dltl'AaTMHMT !— Business Cards Hand-bills Bill-heads Labels V Catalogue» ■■■'■ Boating Hill« Circulars Programmes ■ ' Ac., Ac., ite., - ' W. WEBBAnn Co., Proprietors. ■yjyr, M.\ : . A L L E 11 J) I C 13, Undertaker, Carpenter, and Builder, Bowral. JOINERY AND TIMBER W. A- having built commodious Hf/hlos'and Buggy Sheds, ...
SCENE IN THE MOLONG POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
SCENE IN THE MOLONG POLICE COURT. At this singo Mra. Kussel attempted to malta a statement but would not ask witness any question!). Dr. Hobs hero interposed, and said, may I be allowed to way a word ? Mr. ICinnn objected, as Dr. Boss had no business to interfere in the case. Dr. Ross excitedly addressed tho Bench, contend ing that the defendant was being unfairly dealt with, and that she had no attorney to talco up lier cnae, and that he (the Dr.) would stand by her and see justice dono. Mr. Kinna: Your Worships havo the power to removo Dr. Kosh or committ him for contempt of court, his conduct is deserving either ; as a membor of the Legislative Assembly he should have known better, his nttitudo of defianco is more like a lunatic than a man who ought to uphold tho dignity of tho law. Canyour Worships bo thus intimidated by Dr. Boss? Is the foundation from which pure justice flows to heds dccrated ? Dr. Ross : I am not going to be put dtown by you if you are a solicitor, all you wa...
ELLIS AND CO'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
KJjLIS ANJ) CJO.'S ltlirOTlT. PMC128 1*011 JiLVK HTOUIC ANU IMtOHtJCB. Fat OattIíK, por 100 Ilia., 17a Od to 'Jits Od Fat sheep, per head, '.Is Od to las Od Miloli cows, each, üß Oh Od to .lili Os Od Calves, do. l'.ls Oil to .CU 10ä Od Lambs, do. 10s Od to Iiis ¡!d l'igs (ulive), each, 25s Od to £3 lOs Otl Carcass pork, per U>., 5¿d to (>Jtl , Suckers, each, ÍIh Od to 12s (id Calfskins, do. 12d to 3» !)d Sheopskins, por 11)., 2d to (ijd Hides, do. 2.}d to JJd Tallow, per ewt., Ail 10s Od to £115s Oil Wool, greasy, per Ib., Od to Od Turkeys (cocks), pei jiair, 7s !)d to lis (id Turkeys (lions), do. "is OJ to 7s 'Jd Fowls, ]icr pair, -Ja 8.1 to 5s lid Pucks, do., 7s Od to Ss 8d Gccso, do. (is (id to 10s Od Pigeons, is (id to 2sOd Holl luit ter, por Hi., lOd to 23d Kos do. lli.Jd to 23d Cheese, 3Ad to 7d ISacon, do. 7d to lid pur dozen, 18.1 to 21d Honey, do. Od to (id lieeswax, do. 'Jd to lOJd Lurd, do. 7d to !)jd Pumpkins, por dozen, 8d to 3s Od J'otiitocs, por cwt., 3s Od to -...
BIGOTRY AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
BIGOTRY AT MITTAGONG. Wk clip the following from tho ' Freeman'» Journal' of Saturday ln.nL :— II is h common remark that if one wants to become acquainted with potty meanness in its mo.it contemptible form, it should be looked for in little townships. Wo have never felt how true that remark in until the treatment of Mio Public School loucher til Mittaeong, camo to our knowledge. Mr. Knopp was appointed to that school -the only school in the placo—on the 9th July laut. The best proof of Ilia superiority to tlia position is that the bigots and tittle-latHes of Mitlagong have not found one word to say against his capability and respectability. The fact is that according to the rules of tho service he is far too good for them. He is olasHiCed II.A., and thore at boat is only a flth class school. Having passed through a most ureditable career at tho train ing school, he has been nino years in tho service without oven a complaint having been made agaiust him. But, although ho is a bottor...
WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
avkbwíhi>ay, jul,y 25: Before tho l'olico Magistrate and Mr. Throoby, I J.l'. Lewis Cronby, chiirgcd with drunkonticsa waa sentenced to seven days' gaol, being unable to pay n fine of 20s. Michael O'Shi.'n, Aiulrow Thompson, and (Edward Woods, churned with riotous conduct. The lntlor only appeoied, pleaded guilty, mid wbh linod 20a., costs !Sn. 10.1. A warrant wan ordered to bo issued for tho other«. William Worley, charged with cruolty to a horns at Bowral, in that he rode the animal, it having a sore back, pleaded guilty. After healing defendant's statement, tho Bench considered him Maineles« in the mnttcr, and dis missed the ease, to admit of hin employer (Will, Ducket) being Htimmoncd for the offence. Defen dant £o appear on Wednesday next.
REMOVAL OF MR. KNOPP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
REMOVAL OP MR. KNOIT. Tub "Manato Mercury" publishes tho following otlicml communication, and tho aftergoing romarks concerning tho removal ol Mr. Knopp from the Cooma J'liblio School:— "Dopurtinent of Public Instruction, " Sydney, 12tli July, 1883. "Sir,—I am directed to ucquaint you Dint the minister of ]>ul)lic instruction han liad utidor notici: ,your lolcgram of tho (5th July expressing tho general regret of residents of CoomA at tho removal of Mr. Knopp from tho temporary charge of tho public school at that placo. " 2. I atn to inform you that, when Mr. Knopp was placed in chargo of tho Cooina School, it wan not intended that lie should remain there, becauso ill tho first pines ho had already served for flvo yearn in tho country, and, it wan understood, desirod removal to a school nearer Sydney ; and secondly, tho assistant teacher lieing a lioman Catholic, it was not deemed advisiblo to appoint a principal tcaohor of thu hiuiio religious denomination. "8. Apart from th...
BURRAWANG AND WEST CAMDEN FARMERS' CLUB AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
BinUÏAAVANO AND WEST CAMDEN FARMERS' CIjUII AND A OK ICULT U11A h SOCIETY. Tira ordinary monthly meeting of tlio above society whh held at Condon's Hotel, Burravrang, on the lUtli instant. There was a (air attendance. Tho President (Mr. A. A. Dumiiclii'f) occupied the chair. The minutes of the Society's previous meeting wore read and confirmed. A communication from tho secretary of the N.S.W. CommiHHton of the Calcutta Exhibition, to bo held in IfiSl, was rend, which stated that exhibit» from tho district would be gladly received, and requesting that the matter bo brought prominently before moui ber.i of the Society. Explanatory circulars were forwarded and distributed union;,' the members. With reference to tho alleged requirement of a policeman ut Burruivuiig, it mm stated that Meant*. M'Court, Kidd, and Barrett had interviewed the Min ¡nier on the matter, but a reply had been received that tho Inspector General had visited tho locality, and decided that such was not at present re...
BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883
BOWBAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Tire Bowral Yigilonco Committee mot in the School ol Arts ou Tuesday evening. Mr. J. (jr. Morris occupied tlio chair. The minutes of the previous meeting wero read uud conlirmod. coitiijmrosnBNcr. llcgardiug a request made on behalf of tho Vigi lance Committoo for tlio establishment of « Govern ment JSavings Bank at Bowral, tbo following communication waB rend :— " General Post Ofiieo, " Sydney, 19th June, 1888. " Sir,—I nm directed by tho Postmaster General j to acqiinint y.nu that your letter, dated tho 115th inst.^lpîW thé'îubject mentioned below, is_ under consideration, and that a further communication reapecting it will be addressed to you as soon us a ' doeisiou has bbou arrived at in tho matter. " 1 have the honor to be, Sir, " Your most obedient servant, " S. 11. Lamutom, "Secretary. " To Sir. "W. J. Osborne, Bowral. " Subject.—ltequesting on behalf of the Bowral Vigilance Committee, the establishment of a Govern ment Savings Bank at that place."...