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MITTAGONG PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

mittagong public school. A deputation- f ra m Mittagong, consisting of Messrs. Wright, Snowdon, ami Ruanu, were iutrouuccil l>y Mr. Oarrctt, M.L.A., to the Minister for Education on Tuesday last, to bring certain facts under his nntico with roforenco to tiio position of Mr. Knopp, head toucher of thu Mittogoiig Public School. Mr. Garrett said tlmt a little whilo ago a ileputa tion hail waited upon tlie Minister to request the romoval of Mr. Knopp, as ho undeistood, on account of liia being a Roman Catholio, and the prosent deputation liad como down to placo before the Mini ster a memorial signed by a largo number of Protes tants and Roman Catholics, protesting against any au6h action being taken. Mr. Wright said that they liad learned hy a report ir» the paper, and also from what they had heard, that two or three persons, with whom tho majority of tlie residents had no sympathy, had conducted a sort of Stai\phjimber meeting, anil liad como down to SVllnny to Secure tho removal of...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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CAMDEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

CAMDEN SHOW. It is pretty generally known throughout the colony Unit the Camelen Agricultural and Horticultural Show was a groat success. 'Phis was partly niade clear at a meeting ' held in Camden on the 7th instant, over which the President of tho l'lcton and Camden A. and II. Society (J. M. Antill, Esq.) presided. The promoters of the Show had many difficulties to contend against, not the least of which was the previous unfavourable season. A summarised report of the meeting, together with tho balance shiet in connexion with the Show, was pub lished in our issue of the 11th instant. It is gratifying to notice that after paying all expenses the Society had a balanoo in hand of .ßl-i-i. And herein lies a little difficulty how to dispose of this credit balance. No doubt tho Society contemplates holding another Show at Picton, perhaps next year ; and it is not a wise thing to start the pre liminaries without funds, or on promises. That there should in futuro be a paid secre tary, and ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. Monday, July 23. Beto nu G. Tato, Esq., J.I\ imUKKENNKSB. John Gaslíell and Kdward Wheeler, both on bail, were charged with being drunk, and wero fined 2a Cd tach, willi the alternative of twelve hours' imprison inciit. Finen ¡inid. Löwin Crosby, Jatnca Linton, and Edward Dono hue, all on bail, wevo charged for the «amo o (lenco und lined Cm each, 01* in default of payment twenty four hours' incarceration. The fined were paid in each caso. Edward Donohuo was further charged with utter ing obscene language, and paid a fine of Gfl.

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THE MINISTERIAL TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

TI-IE MINISTERIAL TOUR. It must bo oxtremcly gratifying to the Ministerial party, to find themselves so well received iu the tedious of Illawarra, parti cularly so to Mr. Stuart, oui' very plain sooken, maotor-of-fact, yet eloquent Premier. The- ovation which this honorable gentle man recoived at Wolinngong by hi.s consti tuents, and by many friends and supporters, whilst approving and appreciating his past services, though brief as a Premier, must tmd to give him confidence and encou ragement in the arduous labour which he has immediately before him. The people of Wollougong, too, are worthy of respect lor the admirable manner in which their reception arrangements were begun and carried out with precision, fulness, and regularity. The occasion was a great one, and they were prepared fur it. An event so auspicious, a meeting so agreeable perhaps nover on any previous occasion was witnes sed in that district, and it may be long before the inhabitants will see another approaching it, ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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SCHOOL OF AKTS PERMANENT BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

SCHOOL OF AKTS PERMANENT BUILDING. The meeting miramoiied by tho Committee for Mon day evening box I, in connection willi tho nbove, should ho ouo o< tho largest and mont influential local meetings ever hold in Dowral. Nearly 200 cir cular« and carda of invitation lmvo been «ont out. Tho adoption of this method wns necessary licctiuno X ot Dm limited accommodation tbut could lia ohtainod. Ç,j£ha temporary building is too cold for such pur poses, and Mr. Charker's lar^e room, whero the meeting is to bo held, is tbo only available place of tho kind—honco the meeting is confined to the sterner sex, with the exception of the Ladies' Com mittee, who will represent that very important half of the community. These ladies aro also undertak ing, with their usual energy, the executive of the comtnÍB¡ar¡at department on Monday ; sp ull comcts may expect tho best attention to their inclinations for a cup ot hot coffco or tea, aud other good things, on n cold wiuter'n evening. The Com...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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RICHARDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

KICK Alii),SON AND JSIXUiN'S IUjrOliT. I3.Mii: oat liuy, •!» Oil to 5s (id Bundle out liny, -Is Oil to (is Sil. .Lucerno liny, trass, 2s Oil to ¡is Gd Bundle slrmv, 2s (id to 3h !Iil Bale straw, 2a Oil to ils 2d Wheat liny, *ls to -is lltl Wheat mid out liny, -1» 0.1 to 5s Gil Clinlï straw 3s Oil to 3s 8d Ditto, mixed, its (id to 4s Oil Ditto, oaten, Is Od to (is Oil Wheat, Is 0<l to iis Od Oats, seed, 2s Od to 2a ¡id Ditto, feed, 2n Oil to 2s .'ill Corn, "s lid to its 111 Potatoes, its Oil to iis (ici IJnui, Is 3d Flour, U1L 0s to £13 08 Pollard, Is 3d to Us Od Pumpkins, per do/.. Is (id to its Od ïuniijjs, 2s (id to :)n till Billet wood, 10s Oil to lös Od Hundió ditto, 10s Od to 18» Od Foot ditto, 13s Oil to 17s (ill Posts and rails, ,C3 On to Ji3 10a Poultry, 3s Od to (is Gd Cheese, Id to Dil llutter, Is 3d t<> 2« Oil Kggs, Is !)d to 2s (id liucon, öd to Kid Honey, Id to (id Pigeons, Is (id to 2s Od (ieosc, ils Oil to 10s Oil Turkeys, 7s Od to 15s Od Duel...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

C 0 M M E B 0 I A L. OVDOUD aîuV cô:s itEroivr. Maizh por buriel, '.»m lid to üs Oil Oal'.i tlo. 2s Ctl to ils Oil Hurley Ms lid to Is Od Flour, Adelaide 1st quality, £12 10s to JC13 0a Do., 'Jml a<). do. X'10 Oh to £U 0a Potatoes« per cwt -Ja Oil to fis Od Onions ilo. Is Oil to 5s Oil Butter jttir lb Iff Gil to Is 9d Chcoso do. fid to 8il Baeoii do. 7d to Oil Ijiinl do. 7d to 8il ' , I'i^a ilo. Id to ful Calves caeli 10a to.'10a ■' Mides, light do. (is to 7s Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to 111 ■Cal fall inn do. la to 2s Od Sheep ísliin» -Iii to 7d Tallow per cwt. !!0s to 3la Fowls per. pair-Is Oil toös Od Dueles do. os Od to üa Od Cítese do. Gs to Sa Turkeys do. 8a to lGs E(ii;s i>er do/.. Is Od to Is 3d Honey per lb Id to (id Uecswax do. l)d to lOil lJcof per tierce (iOs to 70s l'ork per barrel '200 lbs 70s to 80a Shingles per 1000 20s to 10a , Deel Staves do. £G to i-S Tallow do. £8 to £10 'foliáceo, Colonial, per lb IB Gd to 2a l)o. Leaf do. id to 7d Corn 13eef per 100 ...

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CAMTBELLTOWN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

CAMPBELLTOWN ITEMS. (From the Herald.) The Good Templars' Lodge at No. 5 Section is progressing admirably, and can   now number about seventy members, although it has only been in existence for twelve months. A robbery took place on the Badgelly- road Saturday night last, when a well-known   resident of Campbelltown was eased of eleven £1 notes. The robbers were two females, but nothing has since been heard of them. It is not often that we read of a reporter losing himself, but such was the experience of a representative of this journal on Sun- day last, he having found himself "bushed "   for a couple of hours in the vicinity of No. 5 Section. A correspondent has suggested to us that, in the event of a new court-house being erected in Campbelltown, the Council might come to terms with the Government towards obtaining the old building for a Council Chambers. If the Campbelltown adults do not feel disposed to keep the gamo of football going, the...

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FROMATION OF A DEBATING SOCIETY ON NO. 5 SECTION, S.W.S. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

FORMATION OF A DEBATING SOCIETY ON   NO. 5 SECTION, S.W.S. A meeting was held on Friday evening last at the reading-room for the purpose of forming a debating club on the above sec- tion, there being about fifty in attendance. Mr. Maclean having boon voted to t\he chair, the proceedings were opened by Mr. Keogh, who strongly advocated the forma- tion of a club. The following is a condensed report of his remarks:—Before we proceed   to form the club, I would like to avail myself of the present opportunity of point- ing out one special advantage which will accrue to those who become members of it. I think you will agree with me when I state that workmen employed outside of cities and towns, especially those employed on public works, labour under many disad- vantages which are almost wholly unknown to the inhabitants of large centres of popu- lation. In the latter places there is always so much hurry and bustle; so many events   are continually ha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 28 July 1883

DEATH. MOFFITT.-July 14, at the residence of his brother- in-law, Mr. John Grey, Bowral, Robert Moffitt, aged thirty-eight years.

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RICHARDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

IUCIIAUDSON AND NIXON'S ltEPOllT. TIalr ont liny, -lu Od to Ca fid Bimdlo ont liny, Is Oil to Gs ñd Lucerno bay, trusa, 2a (id to 3a 6d Bimdlo strnw, 2a fid to 3s 3d Bulo straw, '¿s Od to ils 2d Wheat liny, -Is to -Is lid Wheat and oat hay, Is Od to 5s 6d Chuff straw its Od to 3s 8:1 Ditto, mixed, 3s Gd to -Is Od Ditto, oaten, <ls Od to fis Od Wheat, -Is Oil to 5s Od Oats, seed, 2« Od to 2s 3d Ditto, feed, 2s Od to 2s 3d Corn, 2a lid to 3r Id Potatoes, 3s Od to 3s Gd Bran, Is 3d Flour, £11 Os to £13 Od Pollard, Is 3d to Os Od Pumpkins, per do». Is Gd to 3a^0d Turnips, 2s Gd to 3s Gd Billet wood, 10s Od to 15ä Od Bundle ditto, 10s Od to 18» Od Foot ditto, 13a Od to 17s Gd Posts and rails, ¿'3 Os to £3 10a Poultry, 3s Od to 5s Gd Cheese, 4d to 9d Butter, 1b 3d to 2s Od Eggs, Is 9d to 2s Gd Bacon, 8d to lOd Honey, Id to Gd Pigeons, Is Gd to 2s Od Geese, 8s Od to 10s Od Turkeys, 7s Od to 15s Od Ducks, Gs Od to 8s Od Sucking Pigs, 8s to 12s Od Dead Pigs, fid to Gd Oranges, 3s ...

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COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND OO.'S HEPORT. Maize per bushol, 2s 10J to 3s Od Oats do. 2s (5d to Bs Od Barley -is 0 J to 5s Od Flour, Adelaide 1st quality, £12 10s to £13 Os Do., 2nd do. do. £10 Os to £11 Os Potatoes por cwt -Is Od to 5s Od : Onions dó. is Od to 5s Od Butter per 11) Is Gd to 2s Od Cheese do. Gd to Od Bacon do. 7d to 9d Lard do. 7d to 8d Pigs do. -Id to 8d Calves each 10» to 80s Hides, light do. Gs to 7s Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to 4d Calfskins do. Is to 2s lid Sheep Skins -Id to 7d Tallow per cwt. 80s to 34s i'owls per pair 4s Od to 5s Od Ducks do. 5s Od to Gs Od üeese do. Gs to 8s Turkeys do. 8s to lGs Kygs per doz. Is Od to Is 2d Honey per lb 4d to 6d Beeswax do, 9d to lOd Beef per tierce GO« to 70s Pork per barrel 200 lbs 70s to 80s Shingles per 1000 20s to 40s Beet Staves do. £G to £8 Tallow do. £8 to £10 Tobacco, Colonial, per lb Is Cd to 2s Do. Leaf do. 4d to 7d Corn Beef per 100 lbs 20s Od to 25s 01 Colonial Wine per gal. 43 to Gs Sydney, July 30,1883.

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THE PITCAIRN ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

THE-MTOAIBN ISLANDERS. ' A correspondent remarks that on bis voy age home from San Francisco lio sighted Pitcairn Island on December 10. last, and stayed for a couple of hours*äo communi cate with the interesting people Tvho inhabit that island. Eight of them came off in the boat, so kindly sent them by the Board of Trade some years ago, to meet him, and brought fruit and vegetables. They wcrtf^a lino lot of young fellows, five of them being great grandsons of Christian. He learnt from them that the sweet potato (on which they chiefly depend for their food) would in all probability prove a complete failure from the excessive drought they were suffering from, and they expected to have a very hard time of it, as they had no cattle on the island. When tbey were taken to Norfolk Island, a few families were, left on Pitcairn, who killed the cattle, leavingjione for stock ; and on the return of those^vho went to Norfolk Island, some fifteen years ago, they found the island entirely destit...

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THE MITTAGONG SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

THE MITTAGONG SCHOOL. Thk Minister for Public Instruction refuses to remove Mr. Knopp, head-master of tho «Public School, Mittagong, on the mere grounds of his being a Catholic. Anil quito right. Had Mr. Knopp been accused of proselyting any of his pupils, tho deputation might havo had some reason to give in sup port of their wishes to havo Mr. Knopp shifted to some more gonial locality. A counter-deputation supported by Catholics and Protestants for tho retention of Mr. Knopp, liad been anticipated in its wishes by the Minister, who read his letter in reply, sent the day previously to Mr. M'Court, Chairman of the District School Board ; whereupon Mr. Garrett, and his deputation,, thanked the Minister for tho course ho had taken in tho nmttor. It is a sad tiling when .objection is taken to a man solely on account 'of his religion. Tho fact of the District School inspector, and tho local inspector being Catholics, and tho head teacher and tho two pupil teachers being Catholics, one o...

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

BOWBAIi POST OFFICE. r.ui.s oloso fur all stations Xorlh at 9.30 p.pi., daily, '•aturdays excepted.) Vor Kangaloon ami Robertson 2 p.m., daily, Sundays excepte,!.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Vangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays xcopted.) Mails i.riive from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., aily, (Sundays exccplcd.) From all stations North .t midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, 'arraimtta, and all stations West at 1.58 p.m., laily, (Sundays excepted.) The liouTul Money Order Oflice closes at (i p.m. 1'ost Office hours from 9 a.m. to tí p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, etc., only, from 9 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., ,Sundays excepted.)

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MISCELLANEOUS. "NUMBER ONE." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

MIBCB L L A N E o/u S. "NUMBER ONE/' Thk following particulars /may still be interesting to many of jôur readers " No. 1," whose name is Tynan, was in England up to tho day on which Caroy was first examined at Kilmainham. He had been suspected of somé. connection with the Phoenix Park business previous to that, and was under police surveillance ; but when Carey turned informer lie managed to elude tho detectives, crossed from Hull to Bremen, and subsequently travelled by a roundabout route to Havrp, where ho shipped for New York. He Wis not only in Dublin, but was actually iu/ue park on the evening of the murders./-' He went to London about a fort night after the perpetration, and stayed there Jov a couple of months/ " No. 1" was iui active member of a Loudon Rifle Volunteer corps, which probably accounts fo/his military appearance. Jit is reported in Dublin that P. Tynan (" No. 1 "), having made good his retreat to Mexico, and being now beyond the clutches of the law, there is some...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

ÎÏELIGIOUS. curuca or kxulakd. Thk ordinary services, will be hold in St. Judo's Anglican Church, to-morrow (Sunday.) The services ou Sunday next will be ns follows ,— I3ong Hong at 11 a.m. Mcvs Vnle at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sutton Forest nt ;i p.m. Sit. Ashby, at 3 l.ni. St. Stephen's Oluirch, Mittngong. Services—Every Sunday rairning a t 11. „ ., evening 7. 1st Sunday in the month, afternoon i!. Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2nd Sunday ) Lower Mittagong 3rd „ [Sp.in. Jcllore -1th ,, J I'llIMITlVK MKTHOJJIHT. Services will lie held to-morrow as follows :— ïîowrnl—Rev. .7. Eusi-'cll, nt 11 a.m. ; Mr. St. Davis, <>.310 p.m. Uuiidanocin—Sir. 1). I'odmore, 11 a.m. ; ïîuv.'J. Kussel], 7 p.m. tt KSI.EYAN-. 1'ho following are the services for Snndny next :— Slitlagong—11 a.m., Sir. Osborue ; 7 p.m., Supply. Bowral —11 a.m., and 7 p.m., Mr. Anderson. Kangaloon—11 a.m., Rev. C. Olden. Robertson—2 p.m., Hcv. C. Olden. Rurrawang (Wild's Meadow) —7 p.m., Rcv.-C. Olden. Monday, August 6th....

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SELECT POETRY. A SONG OF GOOD GREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

SELECT POETKY. A SONG OF OOOO GHKKKS." . Since Martin Luther the iiiklioni throw, Which worked the ilcvil much woo, Ths power of Greek in Kuropc grew, And growcth ami ever .shall grow ; Fot never was Iftuyuugc at till, , * So magicul-swclliYigv So spirit-compelling, >v"' As Homer rolled, In billowgprt"gold, And Plato,Peter, and Paul. Eiinj*rfT, Hebrew, nnd Sanscrit uro (lend, !uil Lutin will dio willi tha Pope; But Greek still blooms like a thymy bod, On brown HymetUis' slopo; For novel- was language at all, That billowed so grandly, And flowed out so blandly, And never will die, Till men deny Tho faith both of Plato and Paul. Of all the thoughtful sons of timo, Tilo Greeks were wisest, that's clear ; Tho Germans preach a lore sublimo, But it smell» of tobacco and beer ; And this I declare to you all, Though Kant and such fellows Know something, they tell us, They never will do To tie tho shoo Of Plato, and Peter, and Paul. ' Some think that a man from a ^nunkey grow, By stops of...

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THIS BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

THIS BOWBAL FREE PRES S, and Mitíaoono, Bujírawanu, and Kangai.oo.v Advocate. SATURDAY, AUGUST -1, 1883. Contingent ou the successful passing of t.ho now Laud Bill depend the fates of three other measures which this Government intend to submit to the ensuing Parliament. The Local Government Bill, the principle of autouömy or self-government is one of the measures contemplated, and as this will directly affect all communities concentrated in small or largo townships, it will neces sarily command the attention both of the people and their representatives. The next two measures to which the attenh'ou of Parliament and tho country will be directed arc not only urgent, but of universal public interest ; one being an amendment of the Insolvency Law with a view to make it more conducive to the protection of the creditor, and less of a lucrative enterprise to the bankrupt ; the other will aim at "discourag ing that particular form of logal speculation which consists in bringing actions for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

Any person :wi 11 g on my Fann, or on tho Kitchen j/uijxn (fju/)H¡tn Jî. Shaw's, will be prosceuled to The ulino^f rigour <¡f tlio law. / JAMBS II'GOVERN. Bowral, August 3, 1883. ¿V1ÎAL FLOWER, T'OULtiíY, ap SHOW. 'FRUIT A Public Î. Arts, on SATUll ling will Jxrlicld in the School of AUaUST ¿til, at 3 p.m., to oJarff'oflicorH^ WT^GIBSON, Seol^tfi'.o. Tan. P O a R A y. Mi-aaÎN^ICTOn ajíjMVILSON, Portrait andElísásCíípo Photographers. Our tirnqjjcîng limitcil in lü^H^l^an early call is requested. ^jOTJRSK BOWi?^, SA1 COURSING 1 CDriJKTNG ¡RDAY, 2"ilh Ausist next. Ono da¿H^?oursing at R. .. Park. Admission -•"-Como ono, come all. OOD TRES ERVING OIL, / / y y ancl 5 /Ky¿ÍOSE?K TAR, Wholesale. / J. J. RUANE, / Stores, Nattai. Ornamental and Fancy Work performed with ^iipatoh, and upon reasonable terms. J) RE LI M IN AR Y ADVERTISEMENT Mrs. Lawrence Harvey, assisted by some, of her pupils and talented ladies and gentlemen .from Sydney, also residents of Bowral, will give 1 A GR...

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