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"I CAN SWIM, SIR" [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

.».I CAft SWIM, SIB I" Dunum a torriblo naval baltlo between the English ami Dutch, tho English flagship, commanded by Admiral Narborough was drawn into tlio thickest of tho fight. Two masts wcro soon shot away, and tho main mast fell with n foarful crash upon the dock. Admiral Narborough saw that all was lost unless ho could bnug up his ships from the right. Hastily scrawling au order, he called for voluntoers to swim across tho boiling I water, under tho hail of shot and shell. Í dozon sailors at onco offered their sorvicos, and among them a cabin boy. " Why," said tho Admiral, " what can you do, my fearless lad ?" " I can swim, sir," the boy replied ; " if I bo shot, I cau be better spared tliau rtnyoue else." Narborough hesitated, his mon wcro few, and his position was desperate. Tho boy j plunged into tho sea amidst tho cheora of tlio sailors, and was soon lost to sight. , Tlio battlo raged fiercer, and as timo wont on defeat soomed inevitable. Bnfc just as hope was fading, a t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

LOCAL AND GENEBAL. Mr. Rooiik, who for ti long period lias teen s warder at Berrima Goal,.lias been removed to Dar linghurst. There wcro only two assault cases to bo heard at the Berrima Police Court on Tuesday last, but as no parties appeared they were struck out. The metal which was lying on tho side of tho road on the Gib Hill lias been spread, and will soon make a good road. Tuesday last was one of those beautiful days in Bowral which necessitated every business man on the " wrong " sido of the street closing his shop. It is ' gratifying to know that Senior-sergeant Lattimcr has almost recovered from the injuries which he received through tho capsizing of the pri son van on the 25th ultimo. Vi'k are in receipt of No. 1 of an exceedingly well got-up journal, published at Goulburn, and entitled the " Southern Free Press." Tho only fault wo liavo with tho paper is that it is too good for the money. On Tuesday, 11th instant, it is intended to enter tain Mr. Thomas Moses at a complim...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIGHTY MODERN WEAPONS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

MIGHTY MODERN WEAPONS OP WAR. If U)g town " weapon of war" is not allow able for ships or forts, it is difficult to think of any other short phrase that will embrace all the modern deviocs, of enormous strength that engineers arc constructing in readiness for the next great war. If our readers will talfo up "Engineering," of June 8, tliey will see a paper on the " weapons of war" now being made by another scientific Ger man engineer. Already one such,German, Krupp, has sent forth .mighty guna and other warlike " material," that are popularly supposed to excol all that either English :or French engineers havo done in this way. And now wo havo brought beforo us the actual progress mado, and advance now malting, by Grusoii, of Magdeburg, who has boon constructing for some years great wea pons for the Governments of Austria, Hol land, Belgium, Italy, and Germany. Krúpp's most celebrated " weapons "have been weapons of oihuc.c—great guns, etc. Gruson's aro mostly weapons of defence— imme...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENING INFORMATION—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

fUUTVIíNING INFORMATION.—SEPTEMBER. • Kitcues Gaiu»:*.—Sowpeas,French hoans, cabbage, leltnee, carrots, parsnips, turnips, hrrvcoli, .radish, Hpinach, tomators, capsicums, >to. Plant potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, artichokes, celevy, parsley, and herbs. Sow melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, etc. Koep iloivn weeds, pulverise the soil, rind irrigate. OncnARP.—Orange, lemon, nui almost all ever green trait trees may be transplanted ; ilo not keep them longer out of the ground than necessary. In warm situation.-:, cherries, early plums, loquats, and strawberries, ripen about the end of this month. Floyvsu UAitDEX.—Continue planting lillics, ciin \mia, and other bulbs. Flowering shrubs may still 1)0 transplanted with care. Hyacinths, tulips, ane mones, and ranunculuses bloom this month ; protect them from too much heat,-at mid-day, as also in boisterous weather. Plant dahlias in good rich soil. How balsams and tender annuals in a warm sheltered situation. .Weed and water. . Visr.TARD.—Destroy...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

rj1 H Ii B' 0 W lt A Ii Vi. E ¿ ,T HE S 3 and . ' '• Stittagong, Bttrrnwauü, and Kangatoon'Adroanto, in published evory ■ SATUItDAÏ MO IININ G. ; subscriptions:— Sixteen Shillings (lGs) iv year j or 4s por quarter of tlii'co months, payable in advance. IC booked, £1 per year, or ös per quarter. ADVKKTISINO :— Advertisements ara chargcd for at tho following rate «ach insertion :—Sixpence pur lino up lo tivo linon.; otic inch, Us ; every additional inch, Is Gd, with a teductiou of one-fourth for thirteon eonsocii tiva insertions, and of ono-third for twenty-six insertions. AnnonncuuwnlH ot Births, Marriages, and Death», '2a lid.each. jOBntHfl DiirAnTiiüST :— Business Cards Hand-billa Bill-lieadn Labels Catalogues Posting Bills Circulars Programmes . ite., iSx., Ac., W. WEBB akd,.Co., • Proprietors. •^r M. • A L L E 11D I C E, Undertaker, Carpenter, and Builder, Bowral. '/> iOV^i^jk&V 'Ig^ER YARDS. W., A. lmvid^; Iniilt comniodious Stables and. Buggy Sheds, Jiopes in his now...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASSENGER TRAINS TO SIDNEY. MAIL AND PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

PASSENGER TRAINS TO SIDNEY. Mail and Passbxgbii. Bowrftl llittagong Bowral Mittagong Bowral Mittsgong Dep. 3.29 Aw. S.35 Dep. 3.45 'assekqbb Tbjuhs. Dep. 7.30 Arr. 7.38 Dep. 7.46 p.m. Dep. 1.10 Arr. 1.18 Dep. 1.45

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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EAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

EAILWAY TIME TABLE. PASSENGER TRAINS TO GOULBÜKN. p.in» i Ait. 1.0 •Mittagang I Dep, 1.30 Bowrftl „ 1-28 p.m. Mittngong i ^ gjo Bowrftl „ 9-18 Mail and famb^oxh. p.m. ( Arr. 11.40 Mittagong ^ 12.o JiowrRl ,i 12.8 Satokdat Additional. Jiittftgong j n!^ Bowral „ 11.48

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

USEFUL HINTS. Bv InrH. A TAiJLEapooNFur. of turpoutino, boilod with your clothes, will greatly help to whiten thorn. Clear boiling water will romovo toa stains, pour it through the stiiiiiB to pro veut it from sprotiding. Salt fish are quickly freshened by soaking in sour milk. Kcrosono will polish your tea kelfclo like new, if well rubbed with in a rag. A little gum arabio dissolvod in boiling starch is a groat improvement. Salt and beeswax will inako rusty flat irons clean and smooth. Tie a lnfnp of wax in a rag, and when tho irons aro hot rub them with it, then scour with salt. Kerosene will soften boots and shoes that have been hardoncd by water. Buttermilk and bathbrick mixed together is tho best thing for scouring copper boilers. Salt will curdle now milk. Before scaling fish, dip them in boiling water for a moment ; it saves half tho trouble. Half a teaspoonful of common tablo salt dissolved in a little cold water will instantly reliovo heartburn or dyspepsia. Soap rubbed oil...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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THE BOY OF THE CHAIN-GANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

; THE BOY OF THE CHAIN-GANG. They were working right in front of the hotel at a littlo lmmlot in Alabama—the cliaiu-gang. f There were mue villainous looking men^each wearing sH'íiddeáv and having no ahfutoo iiaHliey lookod\ntbVha faces of tho stWhgers on tho verandah. A clmiu-gang is an cvery-day gang in the south, and a few people waste syinpalhy upon the justly pmiisho>l wretches, but all of a sudden something happens in this gang never to be forgotten. A boy not yet four teen years old came up with a pail of water, and we saw that ho belonged to tho chain gang. Larceny had 6ent him tor^snouialo with those villians for three lopg^ years. He looked pale and broken down,'and his shame compelled him to avert his -lace as he oamo up. It.was a sad sight to see a tot of a boy like him brought out degraded and disgraced, alid ho felt tho situation so keenly that at tho first kind word from tho platform tho tears welled up and blinded his eyes. There was a woman there from Indiana who...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. This usual fortnightly meeting of tlio above society was held in the Weslcyan Schoolroom on Tuesday evening last and a very pleasant and profitable time was spent. It will be remembered that during the day and night tho wind was excessively boisterous, so much so that it was thought by many, that it would be useless to turn out from tho cheery tire which blazed on the hearth of most of our happy homes. Cut once there wo forgot the littlo trouble talien, and the comforts of "our a'en fire-side" sacrificed to open an hour of mutual improvement and entertainment. Tho president, Mr. Olden, being absent at the commencement, the meeting was opened by the vice-president, but every ono was pleased to seo him step in in timo to conduct the business of the evening, which was speedily got through with the admission of more new members. The president then gave his opening address, which was as usual short but impressive. Mr. O fiord then recited a piece on tho " Fruits of...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL AND MITTAGONG H. P. P. C. AND I. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

BOWKAL AND MITT AGONG H. P. P. 0. AND I. SOCIETY. A committee meeting of the Bowral and Mittagong Horticultural, Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Indus trial Society was held at Mr. Bennett's residence, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of drawing up a simple code of rules, etc., for tho guidance of the Rociety. Present—Messrs. Bennett (in tho chair), Cumpbell (acting as secretary), Cooper, Piggott, Taylor, Pcmbcr, and Foggan. Letten) of apology were read from Messrs. J. J. M'Boberts, Grifliths, and Sawkins, and received. Mr. Pembor gave notice of his intention to place a motion before next general meeting to tho effect that tho num ber of .committeemen be limited to eighteen instead of twelve. A very satisfactory code of rules were drawn up and passed by those present to present to tho general meeting, when they adjourned until Monday evening, 21th September, to execute the remaining portion of tho business required to lay before the next general meeting, a week later. A vote of ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CLOWN'S ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

A CLOWN'S ANECDOTE. " I recollect on one occasion, in a town down in Alabama, wo liatl a great crowd in to soo tbo afternoon performance, mostly negroes. I hail gone to tho botol, and waa lying down in my room boforo tea, whon a colored boy employed in tho placo called me, and said tboro was a lady in tho ball who was very anxious to soo mo. 1 put ou my coat and went out. You can imagine my surpriso whon I found waiting for mo a great, fat nogro woman from away back ou somo of the plantations. " This is tho gentleman," said the boy, presenting her to mo. " She never said a wcml, but stood look ing at mo in perfect ai^áfcemkiit. iHei^eyes seemed to grow larger, and l^rgekjis^slio placed lier arms akimbo and stared at me. Tho position became a little monotonous, and I said ' Do you want to see mo ?' " " No, sah ! I never axed 'oin fur to see you. I want ¡to see do clown. Lo'd bless you'ah soul, honey, ho done bust mo all up ; deedy he did. I jus' kep' laflin' till oborting about mo do...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MISCELLANEOUS. AN IRISH BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. AN IRISH BEAUTY. Tur. ( pooplo of Belfast, Ireland (says nn exchango), lmvo almost gone mad over tlio puro O rock fuco, with its artistically arched brow, tho classically pillared tliront, and tbo exquisito comploxion of ,a young Irish gill born in Blackrock, county Cork, und a worker in Garter's wills in tbo city of fiuo linen. She is described as eclipsing any fotnalo which tho British Islea or Ireland havo pro duced in olements of surpassing loveliness. So great are tho crowds that surround tho mills to seo hor that tho proprietors allow her to dopart a half-hour beforo tho other operatives in order to got rid of tho polito mob. Lately • she visited a shoe-shop in North-stroet, Belfast, kept by ono Magiu ms, and was followed by sovoral hundred people. Tho crowd increased to such an extent that policemen wero callod into requi sition, and tho besiegod beauty was com pelled to boat a retreat through a roar door. Ireland gave birth to the throe Sheridan sisters, calle...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

Monday, Siíi'TBMnr.n 3. Edward Wieder wns lined 10a or 48 hours for being drank.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. ' Satuiumt, Skptkmuki» 1. BEnonii Cnptmn Bridges. Samuel Pntten wns finod -10s or BOven days for being drunk and disorderly. Fino paid.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOU SEBMON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

MISCELLANEOU SEBMON. The following sermon was dcliverod by the Eev. ï. V. Alkin, in St. Peter's Church, Canipbelltown, on tho evening of Wedncs nesday, 8th August Mark x. 21.— ■ Come tivko up the Cross. K-llow Chris tians ! follow beliovers iu our common Lord ! boar with mo while I set before you tho story, tho obligations, and tho privi leges of the Cross of Christ. I do so, as does auy preacher who feels tho infinite importance of the messago he is commis sioned to deliver, in Wear and trembling. Yet I prny for the help of the Holy Spirit of God that I may speak in truth and sober ness. It is an old story ; older than the overlasting hills, for it was designed and perfected in the counsels of eternity. Did ; for it was fore-onUiued, its necessity being foreseen in, the eternal ftgos that existed beforo this spot in spaco which wo call earth was formed ; before this fragment ui oternity which wo call lime was given to tho souls of earth. It is old, for to deal with timo, it was sha...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BERRIMA DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

BERBIMA DISTRICT COUESINQ CLUB. A well attended mooting of tho nbove club was hold at Mr. J. V. Hanrahan's hotel, Moss Vale, at five o'clock on Saturday evening last, for tho purpose of electing four vice-presidents, a committeo,- and also for deciding on a day to hold tho next coursing, and the different events and prizes. Mr. William M'Court was voted to the cluiir. The minutes of previous meeting wero read and confirmed. The following gentlemen wero proposed, ballotted for, and enrolled as inenibois of the club:—Messrs. 1'. Ii. Throsby, F. A. Badgery, 0. A. Badgery, A. Tange, G. Morrice, F. It. Wilshire, T. Ferguson, If. Butler, II. Wilds, J. Loseby, J. G. Morris, R. Bridge, and Captain Chiillter. The following gentle men were elected Vice-Presidents :—Messrs. AV. M'Court, W. Morrice, I. S. I'onder, and P. H. Throaby It was proposed by Mr. Cooper, suconded by Mr. Pritclmrd, and carried, that the committee consist of seven, of whom Messrs. W. Cooper, F. Badgery, 1). Morrieo, W. Ch...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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S E L E C T P O E T R Y. MY GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

•S E L E C T P O K T B Y. . myVíuests. Tuny knock íit-tny <Vio\ very often, To make t! liuwrlvfle with iiip ; And senrrli my heart'A ««Kl jwessos, Some guests l wiiulü lAlieí.noi sen ; But. ah mi: ! t!ie o'h'h T wTimd.b.viish The soonest from min i r.ml from fight, V»'o.il I fain sit emiten' on my hearthstone Till ])lt"iisiiie and comfort took (light. Pale Care entera firit with the morning, . My shadow Ï hiiow shr will I« : So I cheerfully husten to moot lier Who ne'er from my hou^iili'il i will fleo. But when Sorrow cbmes with lier garlandB Of ovpross an 1 ruó.for my crown, I own ffjîit sii'1 j¿ar« qf bojoeehing AtVifo^yf ni^nesk will run down. But though I have unwclcome comerá, On whoui I wouUl fain fihtjt the door, * I also liavo guests to my liking, Dear frion la, who have blessed mo boforo. Thoy rally aronnl me at all timos, And maku lifo a Heaven below: The.v eome with the coming of blossoms, They como with the frost and tho snow. But oiio of those gucBts will I m...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

I • WüDNKSbiV, September ß. Beforo Mr. \Viltfhir¿t,l\M.vnnd Mr. M'Court, J.P. Charles fCli tipian &d rçot np^cnr to answer n charge of milking uso onobsteno language. Constablo .Tones provedhnvmg left the summons with defendant's wifo. Warrant ordered to issue? B. Ager was charged with a brenoh of tho Stamp Duties Act, and was fined 10s, and costs of court.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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C 0 M M E R C I A L. KLIS AND CO'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883

C 0 M M E II C I A L. KLUS AND CO.'S JtEI'OUT. PUICH8 ron LIVE STOCK AND PUOPUClí. Fat Catti.k, per 100 llw., 17h Od to 231 Oll ¿'ill sheep, per head, 10s ()i lo Iiis Od Milch cows, ouch, £H 5s Od to £13 0.< 0.1 Calves, do. Os O l tu i-'.'i 2s Ol ljiimbs, do. 12s Jil to lis Oí}, Pigs (nlive), euch, 21s 0.1 tu £3 12a Od Carcass pork, per Ib., Id tu Cd Suckers, euch, ¡I» O l to 12s Oil Calfskins, do. 'jil lo Is Oil Sheepskins, per lh., 2,Jd lu G jil Hides, do. 2.jd lo 4.[ d Tallow, tyer owl., CI lis Od to £118s Oil Wool, greasy, per Hi.. Oil tu Oil Turkeys (cocks), ¡>ci pair, 7s Oil to 12s Dil Turkeys (hens), do. fis Oil to 8s Od Fowls, per pair, Is 0.1 to Oh Od Ducks, do., Is 0.1 to 7s Gd Geese, do. 2s Od to 12s Od Pigeons, Is il 1 to 2sOd Holl baiter, per lb., lU^il to 24Jd Keg do. ISil to 21d Cheese, -Id to 81 Hacon, do. fid to 8Ad ISggs, per 'Inzell, Mil to lSd Honey, do. 3d lo Od Beeswax, do. Oil to lOAd Lard, do. 8d to !)^d Pumpkins, per dozen, 191 to ils Oil Potat...

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