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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

lîAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSEXGEK TWAINS TO ALBUI<V. n.m. ... . f Arr. . 1-80 Mitlngong J 1)op 1.50 liowrnl „ 1-,!>S p.m. ( 8»! o Mittngorig I j)ul)i • S.30 Bowral „ 8.5Î8 Mail anj> Pasbenqkr# p.m. MiMngoug I xV^'). 12.0° liowrnl „ 12.6 SiATUnDAY Admtioxal. • n.m. ..... ( Ait. .11-20 jMHHtgong I De H.35 Bornai- ' „ ' UJ»

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

GOULBUlíN TUM? CLUB. Foixowino are tho entries for tho Goulburn Cup and Argylo Plate, the two principal events to be decided at tho ensuing spring meeting of the Goulburn Turf Club. Both events have filled up well, tbero being thirty lor tho Cup and thirty-three for tho Plato. The list comprises some renll.y good horses :— (louuimis cui\ Mr. .T. J. Tracey's e.m. Canssima, 5 yrs. ]!. Grovenor's br.iu. Dora, aged .1. Coolt's b.g. Sportsman, aged J. Monaglmn's (n.s.) Sardonyx V. Archer's Boniface W. Archer's Bryan (J'Lyn 11 A. Watson's b.g. Cigar, aged •1. Leary's b.g. Mystery, D yrs. .1. Leary's 0.111. Prndenco, -i yrs. O. Poplin's hilt. f. Hope, iS yrs. 1 Cr. Donnelly's g.g. liosinnntc K. Keyes' b.h. Lord of tho Lake, G yrs. .1 J. Peareo's b.g. Balmoral, ß yrs. jr. liillas's b.g, Macaroni, aged .1. M'Kenzio's >\m. friendship, •! yra. >S. Bradbury's Twelve Years P. Hymn's h.h. Kelso, aged W. Church's Peeping Tom C. T. lloberts' Masijuerndo C. T. Boberls' Eva. Cr. TVIiCarthy's Si...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOBSON'S MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

JOBSOK'S MAN. Jobson, by profession,- was a natural genius. He onco lived in Albuvy, where ho made money in I making had wino, and then he bought ft small printing press, aljout which he knew nothing, until lie had worked it for seven long years. He then became a printer and publisher, • un pacto, and opened shop with a now paper at Cooragclong. JoliHon wanted a man who understood a little about printing, and whom lie could trust in his fancy goods, boolt, and tobacco " emporium," and he got one in earnest. Jobson's man waa a tall, slim, gawky-looking fellow, one of those Oood Templars who look upon orthodox religion as secondary to teototalism in the race for salvation. Jobson's man went by the name of " Long Sweeny," and he was a card. Jobson sometimes thought ho was a fraud. Ho could smoke cheap tobacco, dawdle the leasure hours of the day away in the parlour ohair ; do the la-di-da with much spooning to the fair sex into whoso nostrils, if customers, lie would puff offensively h...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MITTAGONG AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

THIS MITTAGONÜ AFFAIR. Tin: Hon. Mr. Heid, Minister for Public Instruction,, has proved himself to be n very weak vaccilat hi){ " innn. In tho cuso of the school al Mittagong, aftcï having decided according to tbo dictates of common sense, that it was not wise to conomtrate on ono school whose-pupils were eighty-orfcht per cent. Protestants a Hlutï of officials exclusively papist, ho receivrs another de))utation whose member« have no intliience in the plnce, and whose children attending, the school nro insignificant in number ; and lie reverses his decision, without any further informa lion beyond that on which he had before decided, lie thus arranges his forces in such a way that ono school of pupils chielly Protestant should have nono but papist teachers, although, already complnints have been made of improper sectarian action on tbo part of ono of those teachers. Of course Deputation No. 2 and the Popish Press tried to Immboo/.lo tho public by reiterating the cuclcoo cry '.' the ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL HORTICULTURAL, POULTRY, PIGEON, AND CANARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

BOWItAJj IIOIiTIOUIiTlIllATi, HWLTHY, l'IGKON, AND CANARY SOCIETY. As convencí by advertisement, u publie meeting wnn held ¡11 tlio School of Arts, lîowrnl, oil Snturday lmit, Aii'.'iml 'Ith, lit 3 p.m., to elect ofllcers nnd fonn tho nbnvo society, but owing to tho inclement «tuto of the wonthor, there wove only four gentlemen present lit tho appointed timo, thoso being Slessrs. Dennct', tirilYltliR, Osborne, nnd Peinblor. These gentlemen waited for a considerable timo (over nn hour) with the expectation of other memnors nnd rcaidnnU attending, but us 110 others put in nn appenrnncc,, they decided to proceed with tho mooting. , Mr. Orifliths mnintiiined that if tlioy wero to pon! pono tho meeting until they could got twenty or thirty persona together to form tho society, it would ; in nil probability remain as at present, and that such socio tins as this were generally formed by three or four gentlemen. Ho thought thnt nftor thoso on! sitio saw the society formod tlioy would join u...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOUGLAS PARK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

THE DOUGLAS l'AUK ltOBUEllY. Ramuí'Tj Iüoaí; and Daniel Scanlan wero chargea that, ySm a ÛSy did, nenr Campbelltown, on the S,c!,nakoÍ, assault.tpon.N^llm.n IJumi^on Tophain, nml having put him m ^l lj uu- a dinger of Iiíh lifo, dnl feloniously steal, talic, anil carry away tho sum of J5U-17 M». 8<,'S«ÂnîS2feL tho said W. 11. Topluim and,others. l° 9< wero undefended. Tho prisoner J^a ^'li; i<( h I l"' jurors.'It appeared that on faaturdfty, .iOth Mr. Tophain, in company witli a groom named 1I<. j Johnson, was proceeding from Douglas 1 j uk to the Cataract city. Mr. Tophain wjib driving in n "lWJ; and with him a sum of £11-17 10«. !i('', wA l "\Ür, h" intended to pay the men employed on the \u.iu works. Tho prosecutor had driven through Oougta. l'aï \s, ami had reached a spot a slwvt dista neeboy o ml the Nopean «¡ver, when two- masked mci¡can o up ta the buggy, presented revolver«, and couipdlul tuo occupants to follow them into the bush,...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

MOSS VALE l'OLICK COURT. WltDSKHIlAV, AuOUST 8. Brkoiu: Mr. Wilshiro, L'.M., and Mossrs. M'Court, 1'. 11. Throshy, and N. H. Throsby. William Buckott, of Kiama, was charged with cruelly iljlroating p. horso on tho 2-ilU ultimo, by allowing it to bo ridden wliilu suffering from a noru back. .Dofcndant pleaded not guilty, as ho was not aware that tho horso was poor, or suffering from a aoro { bnck. William Worloy, tho lad who rode tho horse, was called llireo times, but did not appear. • John Sheriff deposed: I am post and telegraph master at Bowral. Saw tho horso on tho 2iith July. It wasshown mo by Constablo Quilín. It wart in bud oondition, with a bud soro on its back. Tho horso was iipt in a /it stale to be waited on account of boiiig so poor. Tho contractor's horses aro all in bad condition. By defendant : All tho hontes of yours aro poor that aro used by tho tnaiiboy. ' Constables Qnimi and Spencer certifiait to the correctness of their deposition» tnkou on tho 25th ultimo. Tho ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. BOWRAL v. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

FOOTBALL. IIOWHAIj v. mobs va1.13. Os- Saturday afternoon Inst n tootlmll niat.nl» toolt place between the Bowral mid Moss A'ale cluliM, on iho Hownil ground, and resulted in nil easy win for tlio former club by twelve points. Considering Mint (Iiis .was llie second gamo the Tîowinl mon have played thoy deserve liiunh credit for tlieir pluck, and seemed very much pleased nt giving the Moss Vale club such a dressing. The grass had been burnt from ofT (lie {¡round n few days previous, and with that and the rain together the whole of the footballers wore literally covered witli bind; end dirt. Several of the IJowral players vero hurt through being lurked nnd knocked about in the valions scrimmages, while all tho iWoss Yale players npi)aiently escaped unhurt, but nevertheless coin plained of tho way in,whicli they were tossed over iy the Bowral plajers.

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

BOWßAli VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Tub usual fortnightly meeting of tho above com mittee wns lio!.I in the Mmol of A ris, lîowral, on Tuesday evening Inst. Present--Messrs. Morris, Osbotne, Moore, Campbell, ^Mlortlicc, Waid, Xcich, Puproz, nnd Drove. Oh the proposition of Mr. Campbell seconded by Mr. Osborne, Mr. Morris was voted to the chair. The minutes of previous meeting wuro read, and after n short discussion, passed. coimKsrnNi>KNCK. The following correspondence was rend with rcicr cnco to recreation ground for Jiovrntl :— "Fairmount, Bowral, "August Gth, 1883. " To Secretary of Vigilance Committee. " Penr Sir,—In reply to yours of the 2nd inst., I heg to inform you thai the land inspected by mem bers of Vigilance Committee on the 25th July, at Fniiinonnt, sny ten or twelve acres, price per ncrc £52. If tho land should bo resumed for recreation purposes T will not hold myself responsible for n 113' dividing fences which may bo required. I certainly lmvc 110 intention of selling t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
O'DOUD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

O'DOUD AND CO.'S 1UÍPOBT. Maizb per bushel, 2s lOd to ,8s Od Oats do, 2s Od to 8s Od Bill-ley -Is Od to 5s Od Flour, Adelaide 1st quality, £12 10s to £13 Ob Do., 2nd do. do. £10 Os to £11 Os Potatoes por cwfc -Is 0.1 to 5s 0-1 Onions do. -Is Od to 5s Od Butter per It) Ib Od to Is 9d Cheese do. lid to yd Bacon do. 7d to 9d Lard do. 7d to öd l'igB do. 4d to 5d Calves nach 10s to 30s Hilles, liylit do. (is to 7fl Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to -Id Calfskins do. Is to 2s Od Sheep Skins <ld to 7d Tallow per cwt. 30a* to 34s Fowls per pair 4s Od to 5s Od Ducks do. 5s Od to Gs Od Geese do. lis to 8s ...... Tin-keys do. 8s to 10s KgHB per dox. Os lOd to Is Od Honey per lb -Id to lid Beeswax do. i)d to lOd Beef per tierce 00« to 70s Pork per barrel 200 lbs 70s to 80s Shingles per 1000 20s to 40s Beef Staves do. ¡£0 to £8 Tallow do. £8 to £10 Tobacco, Colonial, por 11) Is 6d to 2s Do. Leaf do. 4d to 7d Corn Beef per 100 lbs 20s Od to 25s Od Colonial Wine per gal. 4s to.Cs ■ Sydney, Aug...

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

DU. VAUGHAN. Dn. Vat-oiian- (says n writer in tlio " Freeman's Journnl ") made himself popular with tlie passengers from the Btnrt, and before he was a week 'on board he had captured the goodwill of all. Ho was tho leader and promoter of overykind of rational amuso ment, and initiated a series of lectures in tlio musio room, by giving the first one himself, the subject being " Ancient Greek Oratory." Every gentleman who had an acquaintance with^any special field of knowledge waB then expootedto give a lecture on tho subject, tho one following Br. Yanghan on the next evening being Mr. White, of the Melbourne Observa tory, whose theme was " Practical Astronomy," and "so on until Dr. Yaughan's turn came round again. With the ollicers and employés of the ship lie was a special favourite, and all alike, whether Protestant or Catholic, swore by him before tho ship crossed the equator. His favourite place was the bridge, and many an evening when going through the tropics, and even when in ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 11 August 1883

COMMERCIAL. ELLIS AND CO.'S IIEPOTIT. I'lilCKS FOU IilVK STOCK AXD PltODUCR. Fat Catti.k, per 100 lbs., 17s Od to 22s Od Fat slicep, por head, 8s Od to 15s Od Milch cows, each, A'i Os Od to £18 2s Gd Calves, du. 20s Od to JD8 Os Od Lambs, do. 8s Gd to 12s Od Pigs (ulive), encli, 20s Od to i-3 Os Od Carcass pork, per Ib., 4d to 3d Suckers, euch, 7s Od to 12s Od Calfskins, do. 12d to -Is Od Sheepskins, por Ib., 2.Jd to (ijd Hides, do. 2,^d to 4¿d Tallow, per cwt., £1 10s Od to £1 los Cd Wool, greasy, per Ib., Od to Od Turkeys (cocks), peí pair, 7s Od to 12s Od Turkeys (liéns), do. 5s Od to 8s !ld Fowls, per pair, Js Od to Os Od * Ducks, do., Is (id to 7s (id Geese, do. 7s Od to 10s Od I'igeons, Is Cd to 2s Od Holl butter, per Ib., Od to 23d Keg do. GJd to 24id Cheoso, 5d to 7d Bacon, do. 7d to lOd lSggs, per" dozen, Sid to 18d Honey, do. fid to Gd Beeswax, do. 9d to lOAd Lard, do. 7d to !)d Pumpkins, per dozen, 12d to Ss Od Potatoes, per ewt., 3s (id to Is -Id Oaten hay, bale, per cwt...

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

BOWKA], V. OAKIiAXDK. A match of considerable interest was played between (lie «hove clubs on Wednesday afternoon Inst, on Bowral ground, mill after an excellent game the Bowrnl club won by 12 points. The following nvo (lie players of both clubs:—Bowral—Messrs. Oxlny, Morton (captain), E. Wickbam, W. Waito. Moore, F. M'Donald, D. Bourkc, A. Ellsmorc, H. Wickhnm, S. Miller. Taylor, Lambert, Garland, A. M'Ponnlil, and W. 1'iggott. Oaklands—Messrs. Kennott (cap tain), Southey, Addison, H. Robertson, A. Robertson, Bennett, S. Aarons, Soloman, Robinson, A. Aarons. Chisholm, Hales, Elphingstone, Frcidman, and Hunter. Messrs. Maolen.y and Monti&mery acted as umpires. Thero was a fair attendance of specta tors to witness the game. Play commenced at half past three o'cloelt by Oaklands sending the leather flying through the air to within a few yards of the goal, and following it. up, Robertson soon secured a touchdown, which Southey kicked for the first goal. Bowrnl men perceiving th...

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

T HE REASON W II Y the irííco.r und Gibhs' .SYiniif) .V.ic/iiiie Is the best fov Family Use. Like hand sewing, it i» mudo with singlo tincad —the needle short and straight, eonsci|iumtlv, vovy strong, and is self-adjusting. There mo no shuttles oi' spools, no bobbins and brushes, nor circular or thrce-eyc.-l needles. There is il simple looper which locks the stitch. It mukös the only proper Lock stitch—for this stitch enn be unlocked nt pleasure, while it cannot unlock itself. This machine fastens its own seams, cannot miss stitches, does not get out of order, makes no noise, mul is the only one thnt children, servants, or mistresses enn use indis criminately, and at n moment's notice, without fear of disarranging its jmvts—hence, it is the only sew ing machine really suitable for the family. S. 11EBBLEWII IT 13, •132 George-street, near Royal Hotel, Sydney. VISITORS TO S Y D N E Y should not fail to iuspcct the cstrtblishtnent of F. LASSETTER et CO., (Limited). '121 George-street, ...

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

BERRIMA GAOL. The principal object within the town of Berrima in its gaol. It stands in the centre of the town, and   occupics a surface area of about an acre, which por- tion is encompassed by a sombre looking wall, built of stone, about twenty feet in height and two feet in diameter. The main enclosure was erected in the your 1819, but has since been enlarged to a consider-   able extent, owing to increasing demands upon its accommodating capacities. In 1866 the front tower, which, however, is not of extraordinary height, was added, much to the improvement in appearance and to the general convenience of the prison. Mr. William Small is governor of the gaol, and is widely known in that capacity as an efficient officer. He has been in charge of the gaol over twenty years, and few prisoners that have served sentenced under him can speak of him in unsatisfactory terms. His decided aversion to punishment, other than mere confinement, at once commends him as a ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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AMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 18 August 1883

AMBER. Some months ago a builder in berlin, in cxcavatiug for the the foundations of a now house, carao upon a considerable number of piccos of nativo amber, and as tbis material ranges in value from oightpenco up to four pounds sterling per pound avoirdupois, tlio discovery naturally stopped building opera tions for a time. The hoped-for amber mine, however, was not found, only occa sional pieces being «tumbled upon, which were too limited in quantity to make it worth while to prosecute the search. The commonest impuro kinds of amber are used to make varnish ; aud the demand for tlio more valuable kinds, which are employed for necklaces, pipe-mouthpieces, and other purposes, is such as to make an ambcr-mine a sourco of great wealth. The largest European amber deposits are found on the Baltic shores of North-eastern Prussia. There about eighty tons a year aro at pre sent dug up, and the supply appears practi cally inexhaustible. Since the beginning of the century, it is calculated t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MISCELLANEOUS. THE LIBEL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 18 August 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. THE LIBEL LAW. After nil, it is not improbable that to tbe Anderson-Fairfax libel oase the Press of this colony will bo indebted for its legiti mate freedom as distinguished from licenso and licentiousness. This result is most likely to bo brought about whether the pro prietors of the Sydney Morning Herald appeal to the Privy Council or not against the refusal by majority of the- Supreme Court to grant them a new trial. That tlio appeal would result in favour of the defen dants is generally believod by that class oi the community from which jurors aro ßclected. Mr. Justice Fawcett, who was in favour of granting a new trial, was candid enough to say that it was the special func tion of juries to bo the judges both of the law and the facts in cases placed in their hands for trial. Until the days of Junius, nearly one hundred years ago, the populav impression prevailed that judges, not juries, were the persons who tried all issues. The exact relation in which both judges...

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SELECT POETRY. HOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 18 August 1883

SELECT POETRY. HOMER, The» fiash'd a malien »word—a tonguo of firo. Tlic Alp.< erowu'd by the ¡um in this fair light Of I'cnelnpe and Uly seos o Greece. ïlio music of the Church of earth is first litre heard in apocalypso to light. No other writer Imh there been but this Alone—this mighty one íh light of ages, All civilis.ttion begun as end In this ono universo of sun, the moon. And st.irs—the day and night. The liberty Of earth is in this book of over light. The great unknown of thoio of e»rth. This pen has made tho peace and wars of man. Fair Greece, which was, has gone—the poem lives. Nathaniel Caiitwrjoht.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 18 August 1883

aA First-i aohei'j. Banjs^fetraraiy or Jloss Viilo. O Ati/pernon foThi^rcspussing on myjrjwttrrgC°n the Jülclwn finnlw^trftu.r<:itn Tit -UfrTTiv'fi. wfl&bo pro&euted to the law. — JAMES l?fiS4£EHN. BoxvraJ^rrgiiïït 3, 188íi. ilocî: nc-fc GonTTn lars-apply to. J. Uoüton, lSo Hotel. w N D M For salo very clienp, Wind-mill and Puuiping gear complete ; ¡11 perfect order my? quite new. ÎTOÏÏN tí. MÖBIUS, Bowrnl. PEI VATE RA LE.—A splendid n^ee-of iv'iiitiR thirty three on Bvooniüolrl within two utj^afot jJíowrnl, bourllotl liv tho ^ hole'n the Bon« Bon;;" fui buikling i Forjjai^iíflflír^, apply Office of this"] COOBSI nVm e E T I N a, 'ftl* EI S A T/u B DA Y, 2 51\ instant. AddrcBB Curc teklhV, CooW, 30WilAli BO'i'CHBHTXG KSÏABLIS.KMENT; JJ JOSE P II II I L 13 Y, In votiirnirif; his niueorc thanks for the very liheral patronado heatowo.l upon him since eommenciiif? in tlio ui.'ovo bmiinoñs, desires (o utalo, thai until timber notion his juicos will be Best join...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AMD WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 18 August 1883

COM M E ii CI AL. SOUTH COAST AMD WEST CAMDEN C0 ■OPEBATIVIä CO.Ml'-VNY (Limites.) Butter, 1st, por Ib., Ib Cil to X« 9d „ 2nd „ Is Od to lr. ad Bacon 1st, (Factory curai) per Ib., 7d to 8d „ heavy und rough, 4:í lo (M „ Morimlmla (hand cured), 6d to Od.. Choese luí., per l!i., Oil to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, -id to 3d Piga, alive, jier lb, .">;1 to G;l OalvcK, eueli, 10s Od to 3äa Od Hules, per lb, öd to íüti Oidf'sidiis, eneb, le Oui to Is Cd fallow, per ton, X;J0 to £!& Maize, per bushel, 2s lOd to 2a lid Wheat, ,, os 3d to üa Gd Barley,, Hiiglisb, none in mnrl;ct „ Gape, do., -13 Ud to -Is 3d Dats, seed, do., 2s i)d to 3s Dd_ „ feed, do,, Us 3d Buy, oaten, per ton, £5 to £ß „ lucerne, do., £2 15s to £3 Potatoes, do., &&10* to £3 15a fowls, per iir.ir, 4s CJ to 5t> Od Ducks, do, 5d 01 to Gs Gd Heese, do, 9s Ód to lOd Od I'urltcyH, do, 7s G l to lis Oct Eggis, per do?.., Ik Id to la 2d August lü, 1883.

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