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PRIZE COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

PRIZE COSI PETITIONS» Our prizo of 2s. ßd. for Iho bast twonty-fonr lilies of poetry having rcferonco to any town in tho Bon ima district lias boon awarded to " Petitor," Mittagong, fou tho following :— MITTAG ONG. ÍJerono within tho mountain's arm Sweet Mittagong is resting ; Tim birds tho wooded hill» would clinrm. But little boys go nesting. The wravieil studont neoltjt In glenn . Poposo for heart and tirod brain, ' ,11c phuiR to linger on tho scono— . ' Confound that scrcoolii(!g train, . Ont in tlio west tho hilb unfold, 'l'lio ßptliiiR BUll is glowing. In rod und ¿old—olí, oh, 'tin cold, .... A vvoslorly is blowing. : Tho sweethearts loitai' by tho r|Hs, lío gallantly bend« over The mous.rimnipd pools—lior cup lie fills,— Mho /¡slum out lier lover," We sip, at Vit.zroy mines, tho well, Away with' beer mid porte;1,— Tlml. sjiiule wiifl once a man,' I hey (oil, . ,"Wlio drank'much iron water, ' Knee-deep in-torn come hear tho nuig- >■ l'ioB warblo an they (lit along,— : A sna...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CPATTER IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

ROMANCE'AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT.. CP ATTER IV. (CONTINUED.) " I must not remain, it is growing lute," she said presently. " I could not rest until I Lad brought; you the assurance that there was, at least, one person in the world (o whom your loss could mnko no differonco, save iu drawing you closer to thorn. I was vain enough to think it might prove some consolation in your trouble.'' "Consolation!" lie repented; ".all the ■world is not to bo weighed against you in my eyos." . lie saw her to the station, and then walked away countrywards and across the marshes, for lie could not return home,. How would it all end ? If ho kept up the deception, the truth must como out sooner or later. And.what then ? How would she tnko it ? , If slio really loved him she would forgivo it. lie would ask her on his knocs to for . givo him. And after all, it was not such a terrible crime ; was there not a saying that all is fair in love and war. W w ho the first who had won ;i wife by a Iii...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioneer, Land anil Insurance Agent, ROBERTSON.. 102 J. Gr. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insuranco Agent, &o., Ac., Ppposito Bailway Station, BOWUAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Lan J, Estate, und Goneral Commission ; . Agent, MOS« VALE, Agent for Victoria Fire Insurance Company. JOHN WRIGHT, Auotioncor, Land und JEstato Agont." AU transactions in tho abovo lino will reçoive tlio greatest cavo nnd attention. AddrcsH— MEDICAL HALL, NATTAI. BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY. rn.r.113 abovo Company lias for Salo (irst-cliisB J. ■ .B1UCKS in any quantity. Tho imitai discount allowed for Cash. 21)5 ' C. GKOVE, Manager. FOR SALE, SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Bark, Box, nnd Blue Gum. TheboBland cheapest, in thodiatriot Loaded oil Trucks at Hill Top. Fur particulars apply to J. J. KUAN 12, Mittagong or Nattai, J. JACOBIE, Practical Cutter and Tailor, BOWBAL. Large selection of Tweeds to eliaosa from. Tchjis StmcïIjY Cash. 140 C. PRIOR. Saddler and Harness, Maltor,. s ; Bong Bong...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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OPEN COLUMN. [WITH a view of inviting discussion on topics of the day we purpose occasionally inserting contributions. under the above heading. Correspondent must avoid pursonalities and deal only with mattors of public interest. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] THE ROMANCE OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

OPEN COliïISISÎ. f Wit it a viow of inviting discussion on topics of llio, Jay wo parpo«« occasionally insovting coiitrilniliona. nndor tliu iiliovo heading. CoiTospónclcnlH must, avoid pursoimlilics and ileal only with mntloi'H of publiu inlurost. W'o do not nccosKiivily identify our Helves with tho opinions of our correspondents,J The Komanoiî op CitiMU. OitiMK. and criminals may. bo; viowod in varipty of aspects. Thorp is the.plnin, stern, Viow; of-.- foots,; there Ia.tho. inpruiful v,iow-.;;. and thoro is a more interesting viow, viz., tha,t ill \i¿liicb,- the plot is anajyspd,', un-, raypllet!., find tlio liirMon.. motives, of, tho criminal traced, his modus operandi oxainjiiod, ancl the grotesque, or. romantic features..of any particular. ciysq.aro.oxhibiLod. This lasfc i]ained phase has beou aptly denominated, "■tho romance of crime."' There have.been many, romantic opisodcs; in tho criminal annuls of tlio Australian, colonies. Some of these will readily occur to.the reader:—...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Select Poctrg. A Dreadful Deed. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

• Bcká IJactrn, A Dreadful Weed. [At tho petty sessions hold at Great. IJirkhampstcad i tho other <lny a number of little children were suc cessively nrrnigned on the serious charge of black berrying. They were subjected to various Cues, re presenting in ouch case, with costs,about a week's earn ings oí tho breadwinner to the household to which ' ( they-belonged. One desperate offender, who appunvod • to have gone blackberrying twice, besides being fined, was warned that she would bo sent to a reformatory, if she was charged again.—Daily News.] Wo tivo, gentle render, in terrible times, '¿fid deeds that wo shudder to mention, Our newspapers teem with the record of elimos • . ■ > That fill us with dire apprehension— But the worst kind of villainy met with of late, In this era of terror anil tricking, . Is tliat of two children who (shocking,to state) ' Have dared to go blackberry-picking 1 • Oh, how can wo hopo lo depict in thi» rhyme 1 This plucking of blackberries ?—H...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

" Facts, Pirn, and Fancy.. • " Isn't il singular" sai da visitor gazing at Niagara Falls, " that tho littlo moisturo that ; arises from the vast cataract should.bo mist ?" " No, indeed !" exclaimed Mrs. Jones; Brown, .energetically;-, " I don't believe in tho oxtoution oí woman's suffrage at all. She sufibrs enough uow¿" Station-master, to suspioious-loolcing old lady who has just entered first-class com parlnient, " Aro you first-class, una'ara 1" Agod lady: "Yes, thank - you ; how aro you ?" " Mamma, the old hcn'is sitting. ' " Say sotting, my child." " But sotting ain't right." " Don't oontradict. I know botter than you. The old hen is sotting;" " No slio ain't. She's sitting—on (he fence." Three Irishmen htul four guineas to bo equally divided among them. After several unsuccessful efforts by two of thorn, tho third settled tho businoss thus—" There aro two for you two, and hero are two for mo too." , Sly little puss (who has more candy thau sho can eat at present, and wants it-...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

OPENING OF- PARLIAMENT. Tiiiü fourth session of the eleventh Parlia ment of Now South Wales Avas ■ opened' by Commission on Wednesday. Of course, in tho-absouco of"his Excellency tlio Governor i there .w.as no pagoaut ; the guard of honour i was absent,, and only tlio prospnee of & few . policemen in particularly clean whito gloves showed that there was anything going 011 'more than usual. Both Houses mot at noon, and the members of the Legislative Assem , bly, having1 attondod' in the Legislativo Council; Chamber, th.e President, Sir John Ilçiy, road the opening speech. The address in roply was1 moved by Mr. Cox, seconded byHr. Webb, and agreed to. In the Assom : bly, the address in roply was moved Mr. S.qo, and. seconded by Mr. W'. Clarke. Some discussion, took place on the, part of mem bers who sit in Opposition, but tlio address was eventually agreed to, and Mr. Spoakor proceeded to Government House to present it to th.o Governor. On rosuming, Mr. Djbbs made a short stat...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; and first Sunday in the month, at 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

St.; Stefhkn's, Mittaoono. ; Services every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7, p.m.; and first Sunday in,tlie.month, at 8 p.m. . Colo Ynlo, every. Sunday, nt. 3. p.m. 'Lower Mittagong, second Sunday in the month, at 3> ' Jellovs, fourth Sunday, in tUt; month. at 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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FIRE-PROOF PAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

FIlMS-l'ROOF TAINT. (Y Diai'r.AT of tho lire-rosisting qualities of ílvo-proof paint, manufacturad by tho United Asbostos Company, limited, Lon don, was given on Monday afternoon ín Mooro Park. Tho S, Jf. JTernhl saya—A special Irani coavoj'od a largo number of persona from the ci ty to llio soono of opera tions, and othor spectators from different looalitios put in an appoarancoon tho ground. Fivo woodon struoluroa liad boon construct ed and placocl in posilion. Two of tlioso wcro trealoil to tliroo coatings of tbo firo proof paints, and, the othor slioda woro really plain boards. Two loan-to structures had been placod oloso to each other, ono of those was untouohed and tho other bad boon painted. A quantity of shavings which had . liberally boon treated with korosouc, i was tlion ignited insido oach woodon shed, and as a strong wind was blowing at tho timo, tho wholo of tho structurca woro spoodily wreathod in oolnmns of (lamo, Tho nnpaintod sheds woro quickly roduood to ashes, bu...

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MR. A. G. TAYLOR'S SUSPENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

jtfiv A. G._ TAYLOR'S. SUSPJîiXSIO.N-, The argúnionts on demurrer in tho action brought by Ml;. A. Cr. TayW againaó thp Speaker of tho Legislativo' Assembly worn procoodpd. with on. Thursday, before the Full Court, consisting of'their Honors the Chief J;ustice, Mr. J-uslice Windeyer, find; Mr. Justice lunes. Tho plaintiff,■ Mr. A. G .' Taylor, M.L.A., having domiured or taken exception, to oertain ploas filed-by tliu de fendant as being bad, opened the proeeed I inga, ami at considerable length avgued that i standing order Ño. 1 of the Assembly, pass ed in 1-872, had-novar been specifically. re newed, and it cither adopted: only the' Im perial usages then in existence, or if it made a prospective, adoption of rulos, npt thon in being, it was nlfnt viren. Ho proceeded to. show, according to his argunxeijt, that the conditions under which, tbo standing, orders could be made had been oxooeded, and that if tho order had a, prospective effect it was such an amendment of tlio Constitution...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

PRIZE STORY for FREE PRESS. ITII a view of promoting ami encouraging literature in tlio district, an<l {ruin it des ire to improve our journal by the publication of original artioloa, wç have .decided to oftor a pria» ot two guineas'for the lest original Australian Christinas story for publication 111 the Bowiat Kreo l'ress, to comnicnco on Saturday, 20tli Dccomber. Competi tors will piense observo tlio following rules :— 1. Tlio talo must notcxcond in length twelve ordi imvy nowspaper columns, and must bo written only on 0110 Hielo of tlio paper. 2. AU contributions to become the property of tlio proprietors, 3. The proprietors reservo tho rifflit to publish the Bcoonrt best story on payment to tlie writer of half a guinea. 4. Competitors must forward their contributions to tlio undersigned not later that December 10. TI10 first instalment of the prize story to appear in Prco Tress of Saturday, 20th Uccember. : W. & », L. BEER, Proprietors, Free Press OfUco, Ooto...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

late Euiibim mys., We extract, fcUe following, ¡toma of lato European new,s from London papers to baud this week Borne, Octobo? 9.—Pcspatobos from Cutama giye harrowing details of the havoc caused by tbo; cyclone which swept oyer that ■city the (lay bpforayesterday.' Jt is stated that t\ve n ty- s e-v e n persons have boon killed ¡ anil nearly a, hundred injured. In the Borgo, Tondo, r.ud, Giovoni quartors, of the town, and in the suburbs, of Cabili and Ogninal, a number of houses, are in ruins. Several mansions which were u.sod as snnv m.er residences, by. tho aristocracy hayo been destrovod. The. loss, is estimated at ' 2i00Ö,00.0, lire,' Semi-staryatiou. amongst School Children. —At a recent meeting of the "Watford school board, the inspector callod attention to the impoverished appearance, of the children attending the sohools. Ono of the masters reported that some of the pupils at Iiis school were in a state of semi-starvation, their daily food chiefly consisting of swedes. He ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF A WOMAN AT THE GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF A WOMAN AT TUE öLEBE. An adjourned inquiry into tlio circumstances connected with the death of the woman Ellen Boll, who died at the Glebe on Mop day, tlio 10th instant, under suspicious circumstances, was hold last Tuesday at tlio South Sydney Morgue. Mr. A. Ash ton Shorter represented Bell (the husband) ; aud Mr. Thomas appeared for the uhomist, Sheridan. Dr. Muslçett was tho first wituoss examin ed and deposed : On Tuesday, tbo 11th in- ¿ stavit, acting under instructions from tho t coroner I proceeded, in company with Dr. t Hankins, to No. -10, Campbell-stroot, CHobo, for tho purpose of making a postmortem-ox- ( animation upon tho body of Hilen Boll, | who expired on tho previous day ; the body | is that of a fairly well-nourished woman, | and bore no marks of violenco on tho outer : surface of tho same, Tbo rost of tho ovi- ; douce givon by tho witness was similar in , effect to'that, sworn to by Pr. Hankins at the inquest which was hold last week. Dr. M...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1885, ON SALE at Ihu Preo 1'osa Book mid Stationery Depot, Bowvat, from Is. 3d. upwards. WOOD-PRESERVING OIL, And Khuoshnu T.vii, Wholesale. ■ ■ ■ ■_ ■ J. 3. RUANE, ; Stores, Nattai. W. R. FARROW; CaUPENTEB, JolKBH, UNllliUTAKKlt, ANU GlîNËHAI. Buir.ur.it, B O W n A L. MARULAN" LIME nt lowest price for Casli liy : Uio bag or ton. ' 8ÜK H. J. BRADSTOCX, CmioNOMHTUii Watoii and Clock Makiîii, Opposite Railway Station, MOSS VALE; H J. B. will visit Bowrnl overy Tuesday, and, . may be seen at Mr. Jacobie's Tailor's Shop. ; Orders left there during the week will rocoivo atten tion. 32-1 • A. RITTER, Paintiîu, ClnAiNHii, Dkooiiatuii, cV:d., ite„ Argylo-street, MOSS VALE, and Bong Bong-streot, BOWRAL. Piiperhangings, Oils, 'Varnishes, Bolora, Ac., &a. Always on hand. All orders promptly attended to,: and satisfaction guaranteed. ■■■■'■ RALPH BRIDGE, \Vliolc3iilo anil Retail Butchcv, Auctioneer, and; tioiiciiil Commission Agent, ■ BOWRAL. Agent for IhoBorrirnn Co...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE ENGLISH ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

THE ENGLISH ELEVEN.. The present, which is. the eighth toam of English cricketors visiting. Australia, is mado up entirely of professionals, and con sists of'Alfred Shaw (captain), A. Shrews bury, W. Bunios, W. Flowers,"NY. Scotton, and W. Attewell, from Nottingham ; J. Briggs, from Lancashire: Maurice Read, from Surrey ; .Tames Lilywhitc, from Sus sex ; Oeorge.UIyett, W. Bates, E. Pa el, and J. Hunter, from Yorshire,. ■ Oi' thoce Uiyett lias.visited us thrise times previously,. Lilly-, white three times, Shaw twice, Bates twice, Shrewsbury, Scotton, ancl Barnes once cacli. Tho new men are ALtewoll, Briggs, Flowers, Hunter, Peel, and. Bead., George Ulyctfc (Yorkshire) is so, well known on Australian cricket grounds that any lengthy (Innen p tion is unnecessary. J io is particularly pnvtial to our fust rickets. and score« mosi rapidly. ilia intest halting performance in Eiiglund of which we have any account was 110 not out for Yorkshire against Murylebono, which wns spoken oí na ono ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE PRESIDENT-ELECT OF THE UNITED STATES, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

THE PRESIDENT-ELECT OI1 THE UNITED STATES, Stephen Giîoveu Cleveland, the president olecli of the United. States, comes of au old Connecticut family. His great-graudfachor was a minister of religion; and bis father was a Presbyterian preacher, with a small stipend and a largo family; so Grover, who was the fifth of nine, and was born at Caldwell, iu the stato of New Jersoy, on the 18th. of March, 1887, was talcon away from a village school at the ago of fourteen, and placed in ft general storo at - Fnyetteville. After two years' experience behind tho counter, the boy was removed, and sent to a high school at Clinton ; but tho sudden death' of his father reduced tho family to poverty, and young Ç rover wns glad to ac cept a situation as undeivtencher, at a small snlàry, in an asylum for the blind in tho city of New York., He remainod there for two years, when lie thought ho would like to. study for the law, and consulted his uncle, Lewis P. Allan a noted stockbreeder near buflalo, on...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE.. , DOWN TRAINS 1'llOM SYDNEY"TO THE OOBNTHÏ. JUil Tsiain leaves Sydnoyilaily, SuniinyBcxcepieu, at 8 p.m. {. Mittagong, daily, Mondays excepted, ut 12.30. u.ui. ; Bowral, 0.2.88 ; and-Moss Ynlo, 12.50. P.va3!(Ngi:ii Tiiain loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex "oojited, nt ft a.m. Mittagong, 1.25 iJ.in. Bowral, 1.85 ¡ Mçss,'Yale, 1.-Í7. Ol'TlUI-NS 1'ItOM TirH COUNTRY TO SYDXICY. Maii, Thai.v leaves Goulburn daily nt l.10 ft.ni. ; Moss Valo, 2.55 ; Bowral, 8.7,; Mittagong,8.25 ; arrives iu Sydney at Ij.dO. ' I'ASBESor.B train leaves Goulbuviv, daily, Sundays çxceptod, at 11 a.m. ; Moss Vale, 12.50 p.m. Bow ral, 1.12; Mittagong, 1.45; arrives in Sydney at 5.20. A passenger train leaves Moss Valo every morn ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.15 ; Bownil at 7.!i0 ; av. vives in Sydney, at 31.80 ; returns from Sydney every pvening, Sundays excepted, at 5,8, reaching. Bownil at 0.18 and Moss Valo at 9.40. ■: The tourist train leaves Sydnoy ovory Saturday at 8.80,a.m.y and arrives a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

THE EOWRAL FREE PRESS in published ovory ßATUltDAY MOBNINÖ, Sunsonu'TioNS :— Sixteen :SliiIh'ng8 (I.(Jh) aycav ; or 4s por qnnrtor pf tlirco months, payable in advance. -If booked, £1 per 3'ciir, or fis por quarter. Qimrlcrs oml March 81, .Inno BOi September ¡JO, December HI,' at which periods only can subsoribera dcolino, by -giving a weult's notico in writing direct to ilio otlico, and paying to Ibo oml of tho then running quarter. . . •AnvKin.'isiNn :— Advertisements aro charged for at, the following tato each insertion :—Sixpence por lino up to ßvo lines ¡'onu'inch,' !Js ; every additional inch, Is1 öd; with a icdiiclion oí ouo-Jmirtli lov liurtcon conscoiu tivo ' insertions, ! ¿nil of ' ono-third for twenty-six .insertion.'' Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, iis lid each. . , - , . No advcrtisoineufc booked undor Is, Otl. Advertisements sent to tlio pillee without notifying lliu number of insertion» will be continued at, ndvor tiBOitj.* ¿oat imtil an ordur i» rece...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

BOWltAL. POST OFFICE. Mails oIüso for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) I?or. Kangnloon and' Boliortson 2 p.m., daily¡ (Sundays oxcepted.) Wails arrivo at:.;Bo\vral 'from Kangal'oon and Bobortson at noon, daily, (Sundays oxcoptcd.) , . Mails i.vrive from all stations South at 8.Ü0 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Prom all stations North' at midnight, (Sundays excoptod.) l'Yora Sydney, Parramalta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m.,' daily, (Sundays excepted.) Tho Bowral Money Order OiVico closes at 0 p.m.: Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, ifce., only, from 9 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails cioso for all stations, south at 9.30 p.m., Sundays oxooptod.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to C p,XO, : , ,

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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

CATTLE AND SHEEP. Batiîs foi' convoynnco or entilo (at por truck) to Öomcbush nro us'follows From Uoulburn, >£•! 4s ; Mnruliin, £¡1 10s 8cl ; :Mobb. Vale, :£S 12s ; Howrnl,: £2 8s;. Mittngong, £2 Gb; l'icton, 10s. - - 1 -• llnlqit'.ÍQr-convoynnco of ;shecp (at pcr>lrucl[) to Hómobusb ore ns follows.:—From Goulbmn, £313s Id ! Hnrnlivn, £3,5s 7cl ; Moss Valo, £2 12s ; Bojvrnl,; JC2 8s ; Mittngong, £2 Gs ; Picton, £1 10s.

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