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HORSE MARKET. MESSRS. WILLIAM INGEIS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

HORSE MARKET. MF.SS1Í8. WILLIAM INflEIS AND CO. Tho supply o£ horses 1ms been scnrco, unless thoso which have arrived from Victoria, Now Zealand, and Tasmania. All of theso were very superior animals of tho Clydesdale breed, showing grout quality und power, with extraordinary activity for draught «took. Our second nnnual sale, which took placo on Friday nnd Saturday Inst, wan well attended, and tho Clydesdale mares and stallions exhibited were a credit to tho colonies they cama from. Heavy draught mares, for breeding purposes, ranged from .C-10 to £00 on this occasion. Thoy wore a very oven lot ¡ but six marcs soid the week previous by us beat thoso sold this week jn pricc, as they ranged from £01 to £101 5s. AVo sold eight Clydesdale stallions, varying from £08 to £iil5. The following is a sum mary of our sale :—Day colt, £120 15s ; bay colt, L95 lis; bay colt, L08 Gs ; bay colt, ¿130 13s; brown horse, L315 ; bay horse, L131. 5s; black horse, LlflÛ ; bay colt, L85. We sold 20 Clyde...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

SALVATION ARMY. This modern Salvation Army movement is spreading apace. It is very popular with the unreflecting, the unwashed, and the untutored classes of big cities and towns. More "captains", too, are being sent from     the headquarters of the organisation in London to Australia. Many people don't know that there is also a Salvation Navy— but there is. This Salvation Army, like all other new ventures which catch the eye and gratify the taste of the needy, seedy, greedy, and genteel has provoked emula- tion, for we now have a Gospel Army. To the unsophisticated the sudden appearance of one of these armies in full march reminds one of a travelling circus, more especially when tho march begins from Paddy's Market, and halts near tho racecourso. Only we know by reading that Ashton, tho great circus caterer, has not lost his big drum, nor any of tho suburban fire bri gades their uniform, 0110 would, at first sight, especially 011 a Sunday, think all tho clo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 30, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 4 August 1883

MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Monday, July 30, 1883. Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. Childs, J.P. Ah Ken v. James Anderson, assault, on 17th July. Constable Smith deposed to having served defendant with a copy of summons on the 19th July. Defen- dant had previously been arrested and fined £1, and during that afternoon struck complainant over the eye with his fist. Had witnessed part of the assault. Had called Anderson three times, but he did not appear. Warrant ordered to issue. Ah Ken v. John Dyer, assault. Same time and place. Constable Smith proved service of summons. Andrew Prott, post and telegraph master at Mitta- gong, deposed that he knew complainant and saw him assaulted on the 17th instant by. John Dyer, who struck tho Chinaman without any provocation whatever. W. W. Gibson appeared against Walter Sherry for absconding, he having failed to complete his agreement. The boy stated that he did not wish to leave, but that a man had induced him to go away. He was quite willing to r...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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THE IRISH INFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

THE IBISH INFORMEES. A aiKKTixte of the Cabinet was held yester day afternoon (says Tuesday's Uentld) at which it was said the proceedings that would have to be taken in relation to the Irish Informers on board the Pathan were discussed at length. The Attorney-General was present, and it is presumed gave his colleagues the benefit of his advice on thé purely legal aspect of the question. The Pathan was, it is believed, to leave Mel bourne last night, and the Victorian Govern ment, whether by means of negotiation with the informers or by pressure brought to bear upon them, or by direct refus.il to permit them to land, had prevonted their landing. The three men who have been identified— Hanlon, Kavanagh, and Joe Smith—are on board the steamer, and are., coming on to Sydney. Whether it is the intention of any one or of all of them to endeavour to renain here is not known. Of the identity of Joe Smith some doubts have arisen. A tele gram was received yesterday from a clergy man in one o...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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DESPEHATE ENCOUNTEU ON A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

DESPEHATE ENCOUNTEU ON A TUAIS. Tim PfU'is correspondent of the SUmdartl «lato.s lliftt the passengers by the lnnil train to Dieppe one night early Inst month wit nessed a'uiost exciting struggle. In 1881, Mr. Hiram S. Maxim, the electrician, was robbed of 10,000f. while at the Grand Hotel. One of the thieves was a tall stout man, calling himself an American naval captain ; tho oilier was a smaller man, ami was sup posed to bo Irish. Mr. Maxim determined to find out the men and bring them to, justice, and nfier being several times baffled, lias now succeeded in arresting them. He states :—I learned that the supposed naval officer was named Jack Hamilton, and that lie had acted as socond to John G. Hccnan in tho great international prize fight between Ileonan and Sayers. Tho other man's name I found to be John Palmer, a racing sharper and thief, passing himself off as an Irish lord. Both these men live in London, Palmer in Cliadwick-road, , Peckham. About ten days ago theso thieves r...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. A Cot.ora.do mau who expected a gang of lynchers to come for liim about tho middle of Ihe night, betook hiuiself to tho cellar, leaving a pet grizzly bear in his place in bed. Tho lynchers didn't bring any lights, but niade a very plucky attempt to get tho bear out and lynch it, but gave it up arter three of thorn. liad lost an eye apiece, two had suffered the loss of thumbs chewed off, and the other six wore more or less deprived of skin. Tho man has now a tremendous reputation as a fighter, and the bear didn't mind the work one bit. A higuwavman undertook to rob Major Jones. He met Jones in a wood over in Jersey. He asked Jonos for his pocket book. Jones refused to yield. Highway man took Jones by the neck, and undertook to choke liim. Jones made light, and kept it np for half an hour. At the expiration of that time Jones -caved in, and the highway man commenced rilling his pockets. The contents amounted to eighteen conts. " Is that all you've got?" "Every cent." " ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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"EVERY MAN HIS OWN PRINTER." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

'• EVERY MAN HIS OWN PRINTER." I I The Brooklyn Eat/le tells how the renowned experimentalist came home 0110 evening bringing a small bundle in his arms. " It's a printing press, on which" I expect to do nil my own printing hereafter," ho said. " Oh, but isn't that lovely ?" fluttered Mrs. Spoopendyke, rushing to her husband's side ; " and cau't we do the loveliest things with it? . Is it the kind that the Herald and Sun, and all those papers are printed with ?" " Oh, yes, Mrs. Spoopendyke," growled her husband ; "you've hit it cx'actly. This ií the very kind. I got Mr. Bennett to kindly try it on, so as to get it the.saino size as the Herald is printed on." " And will you print papera with yours, like Mr. Bennett and the other editors ?" continued Mrs. Spoopendyke, timidly. " Oh, but won't 1 though 1" rejjlied her husband. " It needed a dodgasted female i to think of that. \ ou'vo struck the proper plan. Think you can print a iiffcy by sixty show bill with a throe by four press ? '...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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SELECT POETRY. UNDER HER CHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

SELECT POETRY. UXI'lvIl Ilion CHIN. Tyino lier bonnet in 1er chin She tied lier raven nnglo's in, llitl not alono in Hi' ; t! • n iiare 1?M she catch her ln.t >\ ¡i.-.iiing hair. For tying her bound mi lui- lier chin Sho tied a young man's heart within. —Sora Perry. And many-a timo that little chin He's heart "front since, you bet and win ! Arid bonnets she's had for her raven hair, And many a time he's I<ecn called a bear ; And now she is throwing her ringlets back, And nays sho shall liuvu a sealskin sacque ! —Courier Journal. Buttoning the sealskin up to her chin, She glideth out and she glideth in, And the eyes of woman with envy aie greon ; But the erst young fellow is seldom seen, ■For in a dark office he labours like sin, For the fairy who tied and roped him in. —Chic, g> World. Tying her bonnet under her chin Is not where the harm to that youth cornos in. Nor an office dark ; but a big hiry hull, With green-eovcied table nnd cue and ball— Some friends, a sup...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

CATTLE AND SHEEP. Raths for convcynnee of cattlc (at per Inicl;) to Homebusli nro as follows :—From Goullmrn, .i'-l -is ; JInrnlan, £3 10s SJ ; Moss Yale, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8s ; Mittngoug, £3 Oh ; rictou, £1 10s. Hates for conveyance of filieei) (at por trucli) to Houielnisli nie as follows :—From Goulbiirn, £3 13s lil ; Mnrulnn, £3 5s 7(1 ; Mosa Yulo, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8s ; ¡Mittflgong, £2 Gs ; 1'icton, £1 10s.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

advertisement^ ir. H. WAITH, Tíootmaker, <tc., " vrai. N 0 E. Any person í^nd trofpasiripg on my Farm, or on tho Kitchen.(^U'cloii^iiHWHm; IX. Shaw's, will bo prosecuted tu tho u^nost rfginu' of the law. / JAMES M'GOVERN. Bowral, Augusts, 1683. W N D L. For sale very chcap, WnKl-milfap«f Pumping gear completa; in perfect order,andÇKteaiew. ' JOHN O. MORRIS, Bowral. SIGNOR VITTORINI (pupil of the masters of Italy) Professor of Sijxfif'Z u¡™ tíV" Pimío, receives pupils at Bowral, Mittg^nr^fr/y'vali', and Goullnuu. SÍRiior Vi llorín i fSpro^sioiiwiJ1 engaged tBurradoo Purk. All lottors tojto ¡iHm.ísí.I to, SIGNOJTVIT;/oH.T!\I, P.O., Bowral. WI is early Spring,/vhish is the best seed timo of all tho year. / „ / A choice afiai/tmeyt o£¿TcRelablo and Flower Garden Seeds jif-t to /and, i^oí new srjwth. Also ' some prime/early seed Potatoes, the most suitable liinds for/the district, including Beauty (Brownell's) Suowreuto, Foi'tyfold, lí'C., Av. W. PTGGOTT, Produce Stores, Bowra...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

BOWKATj post office. . SIaix,s close for all situions Norih at 9.30 p.m., daily, (Saturdays excepted.) . For Kangaloon mill Robertson -2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kangaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) « Mails arrive from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From nil stations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Farramatta, and all stfitions West at 1.58 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Tlie liowral Money Order Otlice closes at (5 p.m. l'ost Ofiice hours from !) a.m. to (5 p.m., and on Sundays, tor delivery of letters, tto., 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.)

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

O ü M M E II C I A L. SOUTH CO ASI' AND WKST CAMDKN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) Butter, 1st, per Ib., Is 0.1 to 2s Oil i-'tnJ „ Ik 3d to Is 0(1 f inferior, no demand. Bacon IbI, (Factory cured) per Ib., 7d to 8d ,, heavy and rough, Jd to lid • „ Jfeviiiiliida (hiiud cured), »3d to Od. Cheese 1st, pei lb., (id to 7.Jd • „ 2nd and interior, -Id to fid rigs, alive, per il>, 5d to lid C'ulves, each, lOu Od to HOa Od Hides, per il), '2'{d to 3d Calf skin«, caeh, 1« Od to Is 3d Tallow, per ton, £30 to £33 ~ ÎUiiixe, per bushel, 2s lOd to ¿3 lid Wheat, ,, ös 3d to 5a lid .Barley, English, per bimliel, -Js (id to 5a Od ,, Cape, do.,-Is Od to Is 3d ■ Oats, Heed, do., 'is 3d to 2s Od ~ ,, iced, do., 3si Hay, oaten,per ton, £1 10s to £G „ lucerne, do,, J52 lös to £3 Potatoes, do., £3 5s to £3 lös ï'owls, per pair, 'is (id to-Is Od Duelta, do, as ü 1 to lis (id GeeBO, do, ils Od to IOd Od Turlîeya, do, 7s Od to lin Od Eggs, per doz., la Od to Is Id August 9, iSSil. . ,

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

lVËLICrlOUS. CIRMICU OF KXGI.ANI). Tía: ordinary services will lie helil in iSt. .Judo's Anglican Church, to-morrow (Smuln.v). Theservices on Sunday next will be ns follows ,— Sutton Forest, 11 a.m. Bong Bong at 11 a.m. Buudanoon, at ¡5 p.m. Mt. Ashby, at 3 p.m. Moss Yule at 7 p.m. Fit. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Services—Every .Sunday morning at 1Í. „ „ evening 7. 1st Sunday in the month, afternoon iî. Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2nd Sunday } Lower Mitiugong ilrd „ [3 p.m. Jellore 4th „ J 1'niMt rivi: mktiiohikt. Services will be held to-morrow as follows :— Bowral—Mr. .7. Stokes, at 11 a.m. ; Hev. J. lUisscll, (».{JO p.m. Bmidanoon—lie v. J. Bussell, 11 a.m. ; .Mr. W. G rice, 7 p.m. WKSr.UYAN. The following are the services for Suwlny next Mittiipong —11 a.m., liev. C. Olden ; 7 p.m., I'reaoher. Bowral—11 a.m., liev. G. Lane; 7 p.m., Kev. C. Olden. Kangaloon—11 a.m., Mr. AYlrite; 7 ii.ni., Hev. G. Lane. Robertson—7 p.m., Mr. Walsh. Beniina,—7 p.m., Mr. Gregory. Coal .Mines—H p.m., M...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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SCHOOL OF ARTS' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

SCHOOL OF ARTS' COMMITTEE. On Thursday evening last a meeting of the above was held in the School of Arts, Bowrál, those present being Mr. Bennett (in the chair), Bev. S. Howard, Messrs. Turner (secretary), Neich, Sheriff, Clayton, Allerdicc, Mrs. Neich and Mrs, Roid. The minutes of last meeting woro rend, and after a little correction, passed. The Bev. S. Howard "moved a vote of thanlcs inclusive to Mi1. J. L. Campbell and others for their liberality on the 30tli ultimo. Seconded by Mr. Clayton and carried. Bev. S.Howard also proposed a voto of thanks to the secre tary for his past services, as their success was. for the most part owing to his perse vorenco. Seconded by Mr. Neich aud car ried unanimously. Mr. Turner thanked them in a short and appropriate manner for the vote of thanks conferred upon him. Mr. Clayton moved that the secretary write to Bev. C. Olden inviting him to givo his lecture on a moonlight night in September. Seconded by Mr. Allerdico. Mr. Allerdico moved that ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

THE BOWRAL FEEE PBESS, and Mittagono, Buiuiawano, and Kaxoaloon Advocate* SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. With much respect justly due to fclie opin ions of his Honor Sir James Martin in bis high position us Chief Justice, we feel con strained to take exception to a portion of his Honor's judgment delivered on Friday, 3rd instant, on the Anderson-Fairfax case for a;rulo nisi bv the defendant. We agree, • however, with his Honor's statement of the law in tliis colony as it affects actions for libel,.because the saine interpretation has been given'by his Honor on previous occa sionsj and the same has been sustained by the opinions expressed l:y the other Supreme Court Judges. Mr. Justice Faucett, in the. present instance, did not differ from the. Chief Justice as to his statement, of law of libel, but as to the question of privilege claimed by the defendant in having been solicited to visit and make a report on an institution, the said report forming the ground of the action. Though feeble...

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WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE On Tuosday evening Inst tbo usual fort nightly mooting of tlio above society was held in the schoolroom, when » much larger Company than usual muHtorcd and a vory pleasing nnd profitable ovouing was spoilt. After tlio usual preliminary routing of busi ness was disposed of, tlio retirinc secretary read tlio following report of the last half year's proceedings : — Your comuiittoo. in I presenting their first half-yearly report, con gratulate you 011 tlio success of tlio move ment thus far, find,tbo largo amount of interest taken in its welfare by the members, generally evidenced by tlio largo attondanco at tlio ordinary meetings, and express the hopo that the next half year will bo increa sing!}' successful, and that a large accession to tho number of mombors will bo made. During tho last half yonr nine morçtings liavo boon hold in tho schoolroom, tho first meeting being hold on tho 20th Febru ary. At tho beginning of tho year thero wore forty-ono mombors, six of...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tue publicans and sinners ore nt it hammer and tonga, in .Moas Vale, Mr. J. V. H. getting slops (his week. We're much mistaken if James don't give (hem a lîoland for mi Oliver next week. Dnnixc, lunch hour, on the 25th instant, Mr. H. Taylor will sell a few choice greyhounds, tit Bridge l'nrk. As coursing appears to ho the most fashion able sport ol the day, 110 doubt competition will run high. J.Iors Vai.t: railway returns for July, 18S3 :—In wards—Goods, 370 tons, 1 cwt 3 <jrs ; cattle, 39 ; hoiKes, 27 ; carriages, 3 ; do¡;s, 7 ; calves, 7 : sheep, 130-i ; pareéis, 67ÍI. Outwards—Goods, 255 tons 7 cwt 3 qrs ; cattle, 017 ; horses, 32 ; calves, 12 ; sheep, 1271 ; pigs, 158 ; passengers, 875 ; carriages, 3 ; dogs, H ; parcels, 357.—G. Puitcjiaüi). Mittacong railway returns for July, 1883 :— Passengers, i)U8 ; Jnwards—parcels, 410 ; horses, 3 ; carriages, 1 ; dogs, 0 ; cuttle, 25 ; sheep, 140 ; goods, ■203 tons 5 cwt 2 qrs. Outwards—parcel:',, 392 ; lioi...

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GARDENING INFORMATION.—AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

«Uinr-NlXU UsFOllMATlON-.—AUGUST. KrraiU" (¡.midks.—Sow pens niul henna for lato <wji; «Ico i'iiIii!«};(', lettucc, onions, cauliflowers, t riis, eschalots. rhubarb, iin.l herbs. Clear and l'.iosi'ii soil. Sow ns lust mouth with iUrliiion of spring veritable« in general. At end of this month now pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, vogclubli'-mnc. row. a:i.I plant potatoes. Ohciiaiui.—I'Ian t every description of Imrdy fruit trous. us npple, pr.ir, ipiiuee,almond, peach, cherry, iipñcot.orange, iVo. Finish pniniiii; anil manuring nil kinds of deciduous fruit trees, if not previously dono. i'MW'fi; 0.»!i:<KN-.—Transplant lillies, nnemones, fl.nvciinn shrubs, roses, magnolias, camelias, carna tion's, primroses, itc. J-'isr.n.—Prepare land for m-iizc mid summer growing crops. Sow wheat, bar'ey, und o»'s, in Into districts. Sow tobacco in seed hods, an I pro tect from frost. Sow sorghum sacehiinUum in seed bods for planting out ; transplant when six inches high, iu rows th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

T HE B 0 W R A ,L FHEB PRESS, and Mittagong, Burrawang, and Kangaloon Advócate, is published every SATURDAY 11 O It N I N 0. sonscim'Tio.VB :— Sixteen Shillings (10h) n year ; or 4s nor quarter of three months, payable in advancc. Ifuooked, XI par year, or 5b per quarter. AnvRirriBiNO :— Advertisements are charged for at tlio following rite a&ch insertion :—Sixpence por Uno up to live lines; one inch, äs; every additional inch, Is Cd, with a reduction of one-fourth for thirteon consoou tiva insertions, and of one-third for twenty-nix insertions. Announcements of BirtliB, Marriages, •nd'DcathB, 3s Cd each. JODRI.Nd DKl'AnTMENT :— Business Carda Iland-bills Bill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting Bills Circulara Programmes Ac., Ac., Ac., W. WEBB an» Co., Proprietors. W M. A L L E R D I C E,* Undertaker, Capránteiynid Builder, Bowral. JOINglt| kjjé TI^BE^'ABDS. W. A. having/built coinniodious Stables and Buggy Sheds, ha$cs in his new enterprise to supply the wants that'iavo been f...

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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SYDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

PASSTCXfiEn TRAINS TO SYDNEY. Mail axd Passenger. Bowrnl Dep. iUJO Mittagong { also Passunouu Tn.uxa. Bowral Dop. 7.30 HUtagong { T.'™ p.m. Bowral Dep. 1.12 MiUagoiig I 1.-15

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