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WILLIAM INGLI AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883
. WILLIAM IN G LI S AXD SON'S REPORT. Wu report having «old, (hiring tho week en fling Aug HI, 1883, tit Railway Auction Mart ami Stock Salo Ynrds, »took und pioituce ut tliu following quota tions :— fat Cattle per 100 lbs, beat quality, 20a Prime Wethers, XOu 3d Milch (Jows, each, £5 Oh Oil to £13 Ca Od Calves, large each, ,C2 5a to JK3 Oa Ditto, «muH, 20s Od to 10a Od Lamba, each, 7h Od to Un Od Pig# (nlivo), extra largo, uaoli, 70s Od to J24 lös Od Ditto, large, 50a to (¡óh Small porkera, 2Ga Od to 10a Od Cfticiir.p, pork, extra heavy weight, 3d to ÜJd Ditto, heavy, -Id to 4jd Ditto, light, -lid to fl.Jd Suckers, each, 8s Od to 15s Od Turkeys, per pair, cocks 12s Od to 17ä Od Ditto, h.cna, 7a Od to Oa Od Üeese, por pair, 7a Od to 'Ja Od ' Duckt), per pair, óa fid to 89 Od Fowls, por pair, 4s Od to (ja Od Butter (roll), pur Ib., 15d to 25Jd Butter (keg), per Ib., 14d to 22d Bacon, per il»., 7d to 'JJd Cheese, per lb., fid to Sid Uggs, per down, la Od to la 'id Hides, per lb., 2Jd ...
RICHRDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883
MCIÍA.TIDSON AND NIXON'S EE TOU T. JïAMt oftt hay, 'Is Od to 4s Od Bundle out bay, 8h Id to 5s 7d Lucerne hay, truss, iis Od to !is Od Bundle straw, 2s 3d to 3s Od Bale straw, 2s Oil to 2s 7d Wheat ¡my, 3s Cd to Is Sit Wheat and oat hay. Is Od to "¡a Oil Chaff 2 s Cd to 3s Id Ditto, mixed, 3b -Id to 3 ¡ ¡Id Ditto, onten, 4s Od to 5s iil Wheat, -Js Od to ü» Od Oats, seed, 2s 3d to 2k lOd Ditto, feed, 2b 3d to 2b lOd Corn, 2s Hd to 3s Od Potatoes, 3s Od to 4b Od Bran, Is to Is Id Flour, £13 Ob to £14 Os Pollard, 1b Od to Os Od Pumpkins, per do'z. 2s Od to 3b 2d. Turnips,'2s 0.1 to 2s 9d Billet wood, 10a Od to lia 0:1 liundla dit to, 12s Od to 17» Oil Foot ditto, 12s Od to J7h Od Posts and rails, £3 Ok to £3 lúa Fowls, lä 01 to Cs 3d Ducks, ñs fid to 8s Od Geese, 7h Od to 10s Od' Turkeys, Os Od to 10s Od Pigeons, Is 3d to 2s Od Cheese, Id to 8d Butter, Is 7d to 2s 2.1 Eggs, Is 2d to Is 8d Uncoil, (id to Od . Honey. 3d to il l Sucking Pigs, 8s to Os (id Dead Piys, 4¿il to Od Orantes, 2s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883
¡R SALE (number limited), n true portraij " bishop Vaughan. C.DV 2d stamps ; Cïbiqet size, sixteen 2d stnmpsT'^j J.JJ&trtfELLAX.J Photograph's^-^ Camdeu.. U B L I NOTICE. Mr. Alfred Tyermon is 110 longor authorised to transact or receive any moneys. on my account, without my written authority. (/) Mittagong, Aug. 31,1883. ✓ J, J. RUANE. GRAND UNITED TEMPERAN. EMONSTBAIION; will be held in tlio ^hooiNîf^am^owea^^ MONDAY, SÇà'TEMBÛSgj 10th, ot7-30pjn, Beajjüígs, Récitations, Singing, and addresses. Admisión Free. Ooileetiôn »t ell SIGNOR VÍTTOIt/íU (ptrf)il of tho Ißt mantera of Itnl.v) I'rofcsi^ of Wnging and iXuX- Piano, receives pupils at B#v.-rnl, yittngang, M&lt;fyWn\r, and (ioulburu. Signor/'i>t&lt; > rj/1 púofesHioumíycngaEcd t Burradoo l'nik. (jjfljf e/tor.s t/l>e inUnmíod lo H/líNOIf VITT01ÍINI, P.O., Bowral. U B Ii I C N O T I C A COMPLIMENTARY DINNER to VTHOMAS MOSES, ljfoj., will be held in tht I SCHOOL \f ARTS, B^RRAWANGI TUESDAY EVENING, ...
HISTORY OF COOTAMUNDRA. I. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 September 1883
! - : ! TTTSTOIÎY OF COOTAMUNDRA. (From tbo Cootamundra IJenild.) Ix starting out to writo lip the history of this settlement there is no necessity to mimic the groat historian who exclaimed— " Happy is tho_ country which has no his tory;" inasmuch as it is not tho writer's purpose to comment ou the characters, crimes, or follies of mon ; hut to place before t.ho reader a coinondium of the facts con nected with tho origin and progress of tho district, with what comments seem to him applicable fhoreto. It must prove to have an interest for tho community, as the facts of the history of Cootiunundra arc altogethor unknown to lniwiy now settled within its boundaries, while others' knowledge of them is but scanty ; and, again, it is but fair that whatever honour is due to its pioneers should bo given thorn in a public way. It is the oiitcomo of pastoralist enterprise, as lias boon the caso with most of the inland settle ments of. this colony ; and its growth has been natural, unaided by ...
LIVERPOOL. (Mercury's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
LIVERPOOL. (Mercury's Correspondent.) / On Wednesday last a selccfc quadrille party took plaoe iii -*tlio Town Hull,' under tho management of Messrs. Clifford, Wostblrook, Mnuro, ana others. xAbout forty counles availed themselves of fcho opportunity to exhibit their proficiency in tho art of " cir cling," the ladies,-as usual, showing to great advantage inAhoir oleganfc^and taste ful costumes, vsvoilc tho pentlomen>vaa a rule, donned ^6customary black. Dahoing (to tho muSTc of a piano and violin) was commenced shortly aftor eight o'clock, and was kept"up with vigour till tho small hours of the next morning. A number of visitors from Sydney and its suburbs were present, and several came from Parrarnafcta, Penrith, Campbelltown, and other places. Light refreshments wore provided, and thoroughly enjoyed, during the night. Mr. Westbrook acted as M.C., and performed his duties in a thoroughly efiicient manner, and to the satisfaction of all. Everyone appeared to enjoy themselves to t...
CAMPBELLTOWN HERALD ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
CAMPHELLTOtViV HERALD ITEMS. Mr. LnroBAir.Nnir local butclier, had on i view, oil Tuesday moruiug last, an excol lent carcass of bcof, weighing 97Glbs., and. of good quality. . . The nropoaed review of publia soliool children at Moore Park is still ridiculed as a farce. The female teachers don t like to bo made parties to a show of this luud. Mb. Charles Bum. haa kindly and liberally intimated to the committee of the racing club his inteution of giving tlioir sec vetnry a cheque for twenty gumoas m lieu of cup if they chose. Swimming soirees are all the rago at Washington, where the' rink has been con verted into a natatorium. A fine band is in attendance, and the interior is brilliantly lighted with electric jots. Stasdisq before a clergyman who was about to marry him, a rustic was asked: "Wilt thou have this woman, etc. lne man stared in surprise aud replied: " Ah, suroly 1 Whoy, 1 kummed a-puppus! In a museum in New York a woman spends most of her time in an aquarium under water....
MR. GARRETT, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
MR. GARRETT, M.P. f Coming ovents cast their shadows before." Tho people of Appin will realise something of this poetical truism oil Saturday after noon next, as will the " free and indepen dent " of Campbelltown in the evening of the same day. Just as the jackalls of India precede the lion, or Bengal tigers, so we shall have the distinguished felicity of listening to our honorable member Mr. Thomas Garrett, prior to the meeting of our long-deferred Parliament. At this juncture it will be of special interest to hear what Mr. Garrett has to say, not merely oy the Land question, but on those questions of a social character which are just now agitating the public mind. The bulk of the Camden constituents are tolerably well up, wo think, in Mr. Garrett's views on our future Land policy, unless a modification of thoso views have taken place since his declarations at Albury. Anyhow, a repeti tion of a good thing, in sound, clear, unmis takable language, so peculiar to Mr. Garrett when ho ...
MISCELLANEOUS. PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
MISCELLANEOUS. PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD. Whether there is more dignity attached to the position of Trustee to a Cemetery, or a Member of a Public School Board, is a question open to some doubt; the duties devolving on either is of very trifling con cernment. Public School Boards in the country hold positions somewhat on a par with the squatter's dummy—merely official nonentities; they have no control over public schools, nor over the teachers ; they have less control over the Public School Inspectors; still less over the Truant Inspectors; and are looked upon by the Department of Public Instruction as useloss except as supports to fall back upon in justification of reckless expenditure. When brouglt to account for'any extravagauco of this kind the Minister, of course, will then try to make use of them ; or he may call in their counsel to support him in an experi mental expenditure. But, as a rule, Public School Boards are now never thought of in the administration of the Public Instructi...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
BOWJUL POST OFFICE. Mails closo for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily, (Saturdays excepted.) For Kanguloon and Robertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kitugalrion and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays oxeeptcd.) Mail* M'i'ivc from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all stations North nt midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Farram'atta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Oowrai Money Order Office closes at 6 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to G p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, itc., only, from 9 to 10 n.iu. Telegraph OlVice hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Mails, close for nil stations south at 9.80 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SELECT POETRY. LINES WRITTEN IN AN INN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
SELECT POETRY. LINES WRITTEN IN AN INN. By tub Atichbibiiop or Doblih. A DSAiUA- lot is bin who roams " Homeless among a thousand homes A dreary thing it 13 to stray, Ah I have sometimes heard men say, And of myself htvo partly known, A passing stranger and alone In some great oity: wander there, With life about us everywhere, Then in the desort to restrain A Honso of solitary pain We wander thro' the busy street, And think how overyone we meet Has parents, sister, frienil, or wifo, Willi whom to share the load of life ; Wo wander on, for little care Have wo to turn our footsteps there, Where wo are but a nauielosB guest, One who may claim no interest In any heart—ft passing face, Tlmt comes and goes, and leaves no trace ; Where service waits us, prompt but cold, A lovely service, bought and sold. Tct hard, it is not to sustain A time liko this, if thcro remain True greetings for us, hand and heart, Wherein we claim the cbicfe&t part, Although divided now they be By many a t...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
cAl^LE A^/sI$EEp\ \ \ Bates for conveyance of cWSo pe^ miel\to Homcbusli nre as follows:—from (Toulbiren, ill *3 ; Vnrulan, £3 10s 8d; Moss Vale, £2 12s; Bowral, £2 Ss ; Mittngong, £2 Gb ; Picton, £1 10b. Bates for conveyance of sheep (at per truck) to Hoiuebiish are ns follows:—From Ooulburn, £3 13s Id ;'5Iarulan, £3 5s 7d ; Moss Viilc, £2 liis; Bowral, £2 Ss ; Mittngong, £2 0s ; Picton, £1 10s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
n. General Servant. rMorris, jJownlTT TTTANTED, a boy tp cluiyo"|L baker's cart. Must VV ho able arfd wjrite. Apply to A. P. Duprez, Balcet w ANT1®/tfndjj/fipn to adopt ft baby jjirl 2J years. /pi&lt;l IMuller, Ea9t Kangaloon. p Mr. transact or without my Mittng N O, rl Tyernmn longer authorised to s on my nccounfc, J. J. BUANE. JgERBIMA DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. President: Bobt. Lucas Tooth, Esq., M.L.A. Vice-Presidents: W. M'Comt, Esq., M.L.A., W. Morrioe, Esq., P. H. Throsby, Esq., J.P., and I. S. Fonder, Esq. To be^yi for at EBIDGl PARK GEOUNDS (The property of B. L. Tooth, Esq., M.L.A.) BETWEEN MOSS VALE AND BOWBAL, TUESDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, THE ERIDGE PARK STAKE (open) for 10 dogs, all agos, at £3 3s each. Winner, £25; runner up, A!10 ; third and fourth, £3 each. THE MOSS VALE STAKE for 8 dogs, all ages, at £1. 10a each. Winner, £0; runner-up,: £4; third and fourth, £1 each. THE BOWEAL STAKE for 8 dogs, all ages, at JCl Is each. Winner, £5; runner-up, £3. Applications for...
RELIGIUOS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
ltlSLlGIOUsf CIIUROH OF EKOLAND. ' St. Simon and St. Judc's, Bovral. Services will 1)0 held every Sunday lit 11 a.m. mid 7 p.m. Third Sunday in month at 3.15 p.m., also Sunday School nt i-'. lf) p.m. Friday, Prayer Meeting at 7.30f Hing ing practice at 8 o'clock. On Sunday next tho morning 'sermon will beprcachcd by the Incumbent. In the evening the Ik'V. W. Ii. Sharp, M.A., Warden of St. Paul's College, will preach a sermon on " Some precautions in dealing with difficulties raised by modern unbelief." Iioly Communion at closo of service. The services on Sunday next will bo as follows:— Sutton Forest, 8 p.m. Bong Bong at 11 a.m. Mt. Ashby, at 3 p.m. Moss Vale, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting in Schoolroom, Moss Vale, on Saturday at 8 p.m. St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Services—Kvery Sunday morning at 11. „ „ evening 7. 1st Sunday in the month, afternoon 3. Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2nd Sunday ] Lower Mittagong 3rd „ - !• 3 p.m. Jellere 4th „ J PMMITIVB METHODIST. Services will...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
COM M E E C I A L. south: coast and west camden co Ol'erativji company (Limited.) Butter, 1st, per 11)., 1b i)d to la Gd „ 2nd unsaleable. Bacon 1st,per lb., 7d to fid „ benvy and rough, -id to Gd Cheese ist, per lb., Gd to 8d „ and and inferior, -Id to Gd Pi(j;H, alive, per lb, 5d to 5id Calves, each, Ok 0(1 to 20a Od Hides, pel' lb, H.jd Calf sldna, each, 1b Gd Tallow, pur ton, £.'10 (o £32 Afuizc, per buahel, 2a lid Wheat, „ oh Id to Gs Gd Barley, I'liiKlisli, ;".s-Oil to fig „ Gitpe, do., '1h Gd to b (1 Outs, sued, do., 2s 9d to i!s Od Hny, oaten, per ton, iM 10s. to £C> „ lucerne, do., £2 loa to £3 2a Gd Polatoes, do., £3 5-a to ,C3 Ifis . Fowls, per pair, Gs .'id to os Gd Dueks, do, Ga G I to 7s Od ("fCeae, do, 7s Od to 8s Od Turkeys, do, Ss Od to 14s Od Eggs, per doz., lOd to lid Sept. 13, 1883.
HONGKONG. Sep. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
HONGKONG. Son. 11. A very serious affair occurred yesterday at Canton, whereby tho relations of the Cantoneso with foreigners liavo been ren dereil far more critical than before. A Cliiimman, toutfng for busines, endeavoured to get on board a vessel named tlio Hankow, and whilst doing so fell into the wator and was acciiienily drowned. A mob of Gun toneso assembled and bccamo greatly incensed ut his death, his countrymen threatening tlio lives of tlio Europeans. Tliey attacked and burnt tlio wliolo of tho houses in the vicinity of tho wharf where the Hankow was lying. Tho foreigners fled, and tool: refuge on board tho shipping in tho river. Order was subsequently restored by tho Chinese troops, whowero summoned to suppress the disturbance. Lateu. Consequent 011 the serious disturbance which took placo at Canton, three British gunboats liavo been despatched there. G jikat indignation is expressed at the idea of using tho corner opposite Mr. Morris' store for a lock-up. It would certa...
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
THE BO WE AL FBEE PRESS, ami Mittagong, Bdbhawano, and Kaxoaloon Advocatj: ■ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15', 1883. Amid all this raking up of pestilential rub bish iu certain parts of Sydney by Inspector Seymour, nud the condemnation of dange rous find dyspeptic old buildings by his wor ship the Mayor, we should like to know what the health ofiiccr of the City, and what Government Medical Officers in the couutry think'of the general health ofcbirldreu who attend our'Siate Schools? At present, the Minister of Public Instruction seems to be very intent on his preparations for a, grand review of Public School children, and an exhibition of tho Lidy Teachcrs in , Moore Park! To be plain, if Mr. Reid were to "dress himself.in the full-dress uniform of a Field marshal and mom: led on tho finest buck jumper, ho would not look a bit like a warrior; nor would ho create that fooling of majestic awe in the minds of tho pupils so successfully as he would evoke? the senti ment of pity from tho poor spe...
GARDENING INFORMATION.—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
GARTIE'S TNG INFORMATION'.—SKPTKMBEU. KiTcnKN Gakmin.—Sowpeas, French beans, calihagc, lettuce, carrots. parsnips, turnips, broccoli, radish, spinach, .onmtoes, capsicums, &lt;.t«. I'hint potatoes, cabbage, lcttuce, artichokes, celery, parsley, ami l-erbs. Sow melons, cucumbers,' pumpkins, etc. Keep down weeds, pulverise the soil, anil irrigate. OncJi.usD.—Orange, lemon, nn:l almost nil ever green fruit trees may be transplanted ; ilo not keep them longer out of tbn ground than necessary. In warm situations, cherries, early plums, loquats, ami •trawberrics, ripen about the end of this month. Kloivkk (Uni'i'N.—Continue planting lillios, crin urns, and other bulbs. Flowering'"shrubs may still bo transplanted with care. Hyacinths, tulips, ane mones, and ranunculuses bloom this month ; protect theni from too much heat, at mid-day, as also in boisterous weather. I'lant dahlias in good rich soil. Sow balsams and tender annuals in a warm sheltered situation. 'Weed mid water. ViNKYA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 15 September 1883
QVHE B 0 W 11 A L FBBE Pit ess ivnd Mittogong, Burrawanj, and ICangaloon'Advocate, is published every SATURDAY MORNING. BUnSCRIFTIOKS:— Sixtoou Shilling* (ICb) a year ; or 4s per quarter ol tbrct) monthu, piiynblo in advuueo. If booked, XI per year, or &s par yuartor. ADVEUTI3INO :— Advertisements are charged for at tlio following rate sack insertion:—Sixpence par lino up to fivu line*; ouo inch, 3a; ovory additional inch, Is (id, with a toducliou of one-fourth for thirteen consccu tiTO insertions, and of onu-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriagos, end Deaths, 2a (id each. jonntxa dui'abtmknt :— Business Cards Hand-bills Bill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting Hills Circulars .Programmes JSC., Ac., &o., . W. WEBB and Co., Proprietors. yy M. A Ii L IS R D I 0 E, ' Undoi'takor, Carpenter, and Builder, Bowral. JOINERY ANIVT. \T. A. hav»jy buflj/oc lujgy Shod*, liopcMU his D/TIMBER YARDS. ^ boilious Stables and Bujgy Shods, Tiojie^n'his now ente...