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CORRESPONDENCE. [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
CORRESPONDENCE. [While wo hiiiiii be glad to publish letters, it must be uudtTstood that it do€.s not follow wo endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] to TUB editor or the l'HEE piiehs. Siu,—I see by vour issue ot the 22ml September that Mr. .T. Wright liftfi made sumo comment on mi nrticlo published in tho " Home Words," and an the umjority ol the public will not have an opportunity ot rending the urtiulo in question, I liavo enclosed it with a request, that you will be good enough to publish the same. I think it is about tirno Air. Wiiyht lmd Riven up tho cuckoo cry, as there i8 no good to bo obtained by keeping it U[>. Wo nro only now doing what our Woman Catholic brethron have done iu various parts of tlio colony, vizf, establish ing a school ot our own. JOHN MEALING. Mittagong, September 27,1883. Sr. Stkphkn's, Mittago.vo.—Our town lias re cently attained a largo amount of unenviable notoriety in consequencc of the difference of opinion arising in regard to tho appoint...
WESLEY AN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
WESLEY AN BAND OP HOPE. On Tuesday evening last tho usual meeting of the above progressing Bociety was bold in tlie Wesleyan schoolroom, Bowral. There was a large number of members and visitors present, all of whom apparently enjoyed themselves. The Rev. C. Olden in the chair. After the usual preliminary business had been dis posed of, the Chairman gave an opening address in his usual pleasing and effective stylo. Miss M. Short followed with a recitation entitled " Tho two weavers," and gave tho same in excellent 6tylo. Mr. James Parker then gavo a Temperance reading, " Sambo and Jim." Mrs. Olden recited a poem by Mrs. Hcmens, which was a treat for ull those chat listened, being proved by the hearty appluuse that greeted the lady at the closo. Mr. J. J. Campbell came next with a humorous reading, one of Mrs. Caudle's lectures, " Mr. Caudle becomes a Mason," which was received very well, the company showing their approval by the luughter it elicited from begin ning to end. Tho Misses...
THE LATE REV. STANLEY HOWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
THE LATE BEV. STANLEY HOWAIil). Says (lie "Echo" of the 2ith ultimo:—'• Tho liov. Stanley Howard died and wan buried lust week in ilio village of Bowral. lie wan a minister of the Church of England there, mid so drew the hearts of the people to him that with one consent utmost they gathered to weep nt his grave. The ministers and people of nil denominations caino and tilled his grave with flowers, and Borrowed as if they had all lost a relative or very denr friend. It is not a matter of surprise to those who knew thiu minis ter and Christian and gentleman. He was one to whom and from whom friendship naturally tlowed— an Englishman good as his name. Few men have taken higher motives to any cause than ho took to the service of the Church of his fathers. Ho had many of the qualities that go to tho making oj leaders of men : but they vero shrined in a frail casket. He bore about with him a miserable, sickly body. Lungs wcro insutlicient to give voice to the inborn utterances of a noble ...
COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
COLO VALH. (PUOM A COItftlbHfOXIlKNT.) ' T.3 Tub ruin lins made n great chango hero. > Tho Killing beauties that liuvo been dawdling along hnvu taken a spurt ami burst in upon us, chid in full drew, with splendour mnrvcllouH to behold, and wo now ])omhimh Elysian l;ieldn. Commercially, too, we nru BtiU urogreKaiug, and it may bu fairly roid to bo drifting fust into the centra of a thriving industry. Amongst tho foremost, progressively speaking, is a school which lm» long been wnntud, ivnd which will prove to bo nn inestimable boon to the families here, and within it radius ot two miles; for whoio they once had to witlk tluit distance, and go by train live miles on half time, thoy can huvo • full limo and Icsh inconvenience. I «m informed nn ' officer bun been making an inspection, and reported, favourably on the mutter, and no time bhould ba , lost in gelling a building crcctcd. There in ono very important matter which I think should not bo allowed to cool down, Unit in gotting u...
VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above com. mitteo was held in tho School of ArtR, Bowral, on Tuesday evening last. Present—Messrs. J. (x. Morris (in tho chair), K. Morris, C. drove, W. Hart, A. P. Duprez, and J. L. Campbell. Moved by Mr. Dupre/., " That n public meeting bo called for Tuesday night, 15th instant, for the elec tion of new committee, and that an advertisement calling tho name be inserted in the local paper." Seconded by Mr. Hart, und carried. It was resolved that an advertisement bo inserted in the local paper calling for tho nairfcs of persons willing to act on this committee, and that the names be sent to Mr. W. Webb, " Free Press" Oflice, not later than Thursday, 11th instant, at 6 p.m. On account of the absence of the secretary, the meeting then adjourned until Thursday, 11th inst., at 7.30 p.m
MR. M'COURTS MEETING AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
MR. McCOURT'S MEETING AT MITTAGONG. On Thursday evening last Mr. McCourt, M.L.A., addressed the electors at. Mr. Draper's Commercial Hotel, Mittagong. There was a large attendance and although there were two or three slight interruptions, Mr. McCourt received a good hearing and was frequently cheered during the delivery &nbsp; of his address. On tho motion of Mi*. Edwards, socondcd by Mr. J". Wright, Mr. Mealing was voted to tho eh air. Tho chairman said ho was very thankful for the honour that had boon conferrod upon him, but would havo preferrod the position boingfiU'od by iimoro able gentleman. Mr. M'Court's object in mooting thorn waa to givo an acoount of his stewardship and his viows with regard to matters likely to occupy the atteution of Parliament during tho coming eoBsion, inoro particularly upon tho Laud question. Ho had muoh ploatmro in intro ducing Mr. M'Court, for whom ho would ask a courteous hearing. Mr. M'Court, who waa loudly applaudod, aaid that when elect...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 6 October 1883
MITTAGONG. (from a correspondent.) On Sunday, 23rd September, sermons were preached at St. Stephen's by the incumbent, the Rev. F. C. Williams, in the morning, and by the Rev. A. Lukyn Williams, B.A., principal of Moor College, in the evening, in which special reference was made to the death of the late Rev. Stanley Howard. On Monday, 24th ultimo, a meeting was held in the schoolroom of St. Stephen's, at which the incumbent presided. The following resolutions were unani- mously carried. 1. " That this meeting desires to express its sym- pathy with Mrs. Howard in the sad loss which she has sustained by the death of her husband, the late Rev. Stanley Howard, M.A., formerly incumbent of this parish, who for four years laboured energeti- cally in the service of his Master, and won the affec- tion and regard of all who knew him." 2 " That in order to perpetuate his memory, this mooting resolves to erect a suitable memorial, and that a committed be appointed to carry out this purpose." It...
RICHARDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
RICHARDSON AND NIXON'S REPORT. Bale oat hay, 3s Oil to -is 9d Bundle oat hay, 2s Gil to 4k fid Lucerne hay, truss, 2s 9d to 3s Gd Bundle straw, 2s Od to 2a 3d Jialo straw, 2s Od to 2s .3d Wheat hay, 3s Od to -Is Gd Wheat and oat hay, 4s Od to Ss Cd Chaff 3s Od to 3s 10(1 Ditto, raixod, 3s Cd to 4s Od Ditto, oaten, 4a Od to os 9d Wheat, 4s Gd to fla Od Oats, seed, 2s 3d to 2s Cd Ditto, feed, 2s 3d to 2s lid Corn, 3a Od to 3s Id Potatoes, 3s Od to 4a Od Bran, Is to Is Id Flour, £11 Os to £1210a Pollarcf, lOd to Os lid' Pumpkins, per dor,. 2s Od to 3s Od Turnips, 1b Od to Is 9d Billet wood, 9» Od to lis Od Bundle ditto, 10s Od to 16s Od Foot ditto, 12s Od to 17s 6d Posts and rails, £3 Os to £3 16s Fowls, 5s Od to 7s Od Duoks, 6s Od to 9s Od Geese, 8s Odto 103 Od Turkeys, 12s Od to 21s Od Pigeons, la 6d to 2s 3d Cheese, fid to Cd Butter, Is Cd to Is 8d JSggs, lis Od to Is 3d Bacon, 7rt to 9d Honey, 4d to 63 Sucking Pigs, 8s to 9s Gd Dead Pigs, 41d to Gd Oranges, 2s Gd to 3s 9d Mandarine...
O'DOUD AND GO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
O'DOUD AND GO.'S KEl'OllT. lt.uzK per bushel, 2s lid to 3b Od Oats do. 2h Gd to 8s Od Barley -Is Oil to 5s Od ' ' flour, Adelaide 1st quality, £12 Os to £12 10a Do., 2nd do. 'do. £10 Oh to £11 0s . &lt; I'otivtoBS per owt 4s Od to 5u Od 'Onions do. 4s Od to 5s Od Butter j)er lb Is Od to Is 9d Cheese do. Gd to 8d > Bacon do. 7d to Od Lard do. 7d to Od Piga do. 'Id to 5d Calvea ouch 10a to 30s Hides, light do. On to 7a Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to 4d Calfskins do. Is to2s Cd Sheep Skina 4d to 7d Tallow per owt. 30a to 31s I'owIh per pair la Gd to Od Ducks do. Bh Od to Gs Od Geese do. Gs to 8b Turkeys do. 7s to lia Eggs per doz. Is Od to la 2d Honey por lb -Id to Gd Beeswax do. 9d to lOd Reef per tiercc GOs to 70s Pork per barrel 200 ltm 70s to 80s Shingles per 1000 20s to 40a Beef Staves do. £6 to £8 Tallow do. £8 to £10 Tobacco, Colonial, por lb Is Gd to 2* Do. Leaf do. 4d to 7d Corn Beef per 100 lbs 20s Od to 25a Od Colonial Wino per gal. 4s to Gs
COMMBRCIAL. ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICRS FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
OOMMBROIA L. KT.r.ia AND CO.'S lU'H'OKT. ritlCICB Foil WVK STOCK AND PHOMTCR. Fat Catti.k, per 100 lbs., 17a 0.1 to a la Oil Fiit sheep, per hctul, 9s Oil to lfis Oil Milch cowa,cach, £i 12s U>1 to £12 12J OJ Calves, do, 6b ()d to £2 10a Oil ljftiuhrt, do. 10s Od to lis Od Pigs (alive), each, 20s Od to £3 10a Oil Carcass pork, per II)., 4d to 5 1 Suckers, each, 8s Od to lis Od Calfskins, do. !)d to 3s lOd Sheepskins, per lb., 2Jd to OJd Hides, do, 2.}d to 4^d Tallow, per owl., XI lOa Od to £1 lfis Od Wool, yiuiiH)', }>oi" lb., Oil to Od Turkuys (cocks), pet pair, '.la Od to 12s_0d Turkeys (liens), do. Gs Od to 8s Od i'owla, per pair, -Is Od to Ca Od Ducks, do., 7s lid to 8s yd Ueese, do. 7s 0.1 to 8a Od I'igeuns, 1b (id to 2s 3d Iloll butter, per lb., 18Jd to 20d Keg do. 18ii to 21£d Cheese, Id to 8d Uncoil, do. lid to 8d liggH, per dozen, lid to 14d Honey, do. fid to lid lieeswiix, do. Ud to 10}d Lard, do. (id to 7^d l'umpkins, pur dozen, I8d to 3s Od I'olators, par awl., 3 s...
CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
CAMPBELLTOWN POLICE COURT. Monday,' October 10, 1883. Before P. B. Hurley, Esq., and J. Bocking, Esq., Js.P. «. Peter Long and Jamos Shipp, two young mon, wore cbargcd with having stolen H dog, the proporty of Honry Kirkland, No. 10 scction. , . , Mr. Bull aypoared" for' defendants, who PleSorgeant Beatty deposed : I "l'r.°J,tc(1,tb® accused at their camp, Kenny Hill, about eicht o'clock yesterday morning, 7th instant, and charged them with stealing a brown retriever dog, the property of Hei j Kirkland, of No. 10 scction. Shipp said. " I came along the road on horseback, «ud the dog followed me." Long said, ' I came bv the train." The dog now in court is the sumo. I called at the prisoners camp on the Thursday previous, and saw the same dog with them at the works. Cau tioiiod them to have it registered, I Hey did not say if it were theirs or not. j To tlie Bench : The dog was not tiod up, but lving outside their tent. To Mr. Bull: I had no warrant for their arrest There were five ot...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
BOWRAL TOST OFFICE. Maii.s close for nil stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily, (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangnloon and Robertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrivo at Bowral from Kdngaloon and Iiobertson at noon, daily, (Sundays •xcepted.) Mails urrivo from all stations South at 3.S0 a.m., daily, (Suuduys excepted.) From all stations North •t midnight, (Sundays excepted.) l'roui Sydney, Parramatta, and all stations West at.1.23 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The fiowrai Money Order Office oloses at 6 fi.m. Post Office hours from 9 a.m. to G p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, &lt;te., 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.) Government Savings Bank opon from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
SELECT POETRY. THE LARRIKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
SELECT POETRY., THE IAU1UKIN. What is that genus of animnl man, Causing disturbance wherever it can ; Swearing and yelling out, " Whoa, Mary Ann ?" The Larrikin. What ia it keeps us within doors at night, Sending our daughters home shaking with fright? What is the name of this animal blight ? ; ■ The Larrikin. Who causcd our present strict,Tjicensiug Act ? For whom ought our rulers a Bttrn law enact ? Who turns tho highwayman fiction to fact ? The Larrikin. Curse of creation, outcast from her plan 1 rarasite, link between devil and man ! Magistrates, judgos, why suffer this ban ? The Larrikin ?
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH, OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
BELIGIOUS. cnuncn.oF England. St. Simon and fat. Jude s, Bowral. Services will be. held every Sunday ut 11 a.m. nnd 7 p.m. Tha services 011 Sunday next will be as follows :— Moss Yule at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.; Bong Bong, at 11 u.m.; Sutton Forest and Mt, Ashby, ut 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting 111 Schoolroom, Moss Yalo, on Saturday at 8 jj.ni. St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Services—Every Sunday morning at 11. v » ti evening 7. 1st Sunday in the month, afternoon 3. Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2nd Sunday } Iiower Mittagong . .3rd „ ^3 p.m. Jellere , 4th „ J rUESnVTF.HIAS. Services will bo held to-morrow as follows:— Moss Yale, 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.; Nattai at 3 p.m. CATHOMC. Mass will be celebrated at Nattai on Sunday next at 11 o'clock. PIUMITIVK METHODIST. Services will be held to-morrow aa follows:— Bowrul, Kev. J. Russell, 11 a.m.; Supply 7 p.m.; Bnndanoon, Mr. D. Podmovc, 11 a.m. j Bow J. liussell, 7 p.m. WESI.KYAX. Services will be held to-morrow as follows:— Mittagong, 11 a.m., Mr. Morris ;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
O T I 0 E. All atoek fo.ind(^|'eep|R3iHK on the Homestead portion of the BrooMleld/Eaa*! will bo impounded, without further native, o| resui/L to porsons. (By order) ' "JOSEPH RILEY. Bowrttl, October 3,1983. N K\V SCHOOL OP ARTS, BOWRAL, P n b i, i &lt; f a n it Asnooscembsi. Look outlier tho Oth NOVEMBER, 1883! Rpccial efforts ill nid of tbo abovo. E M O R I A L To tho Lato REV. STANLEY HOWARD, M.A., St. June's, Bowjut&lt;. Friends v/hnfmymhh lbHftribc to the abovo aro requested m sew thei|*^wiutions to the itnder signod. * f J. ni/nN ) P. Ij. 0. SireprAitn 1- Churchwardens. C. Bknnett J ■ H. 13. Jones, Sccrotary. J. G. Momus, Treasurer. U B L I 0 M E E T I N G/ EliWjION OF VIGILANCE COMMITTEE/ A Public \lcoting will bo hold in tho S(J&lt;f)ol of | Arts, Bowral, Jin T1J ESP A. Y Evening, OctoJJor 10, nt, 7.80 p.m., for fflfr-tmrposo of elcctiiif^)y ballot a Vigilanco Conm/titnl for tbo cnsuing^Tjar. After tbo election o\Commj&lt;feo for the onsunig y...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
COMMEECIAL, SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limited.) . Butter, 1st, per lb., 7d to 9d „ 2nd no demand Bacon let, per lb., 7Jd to 8jd „ heavy and rough, 4d to 6d Cheese let, per lb., 6d to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, 4d to 3d Pigs, alive, per lb, 5d to 6d Calves, each, 3s Odto 23s Od Hides, per lb, 3Jd Calf skins, each, Is Cd Tallow, per ton, £30 to £33 Maize, per bushel, 3s to Oa Od Wheat, „ 4s lOd to 5s 4d Barley, English, us Cd to Gs „ Cape, do., 4s Od to 4s Cd Oats, do., 2s 9d ts 3s Od Hay, oaten, per ton, £4 10s to £G Os „ lucerne, do., £2 10s to £3 Os Od Potatoes, do., £3 Os Od to £3 15b Fowls, per pair, 5s Od to 5s 3d Ducks, do, Cs Od to 7s Od Geese, do, Os Od to 10s Od Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20s Od Eggs, per doz., Is Od to 03 Od October 10, 1883.
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
THE BOWBAL free P K E S S, anil Mittaoono, bumuwano, a'nd Kakoamon- Advocate SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1883. Just by way of a little diversion, and espe cially now that Parliament has assembled, it would not be "Love's Labour Lost" if some honorable members were to ask them selves the question,—What is really meant by.responsible government? Theoretically it means that Ministers of the Crown shail be held responsible to Parliament; that is, each Minister shall be held accountable to the Legislative Assembly, in particular, for the efficicncy of the department over which he presides as chief. In their collective form Ministers are responsible for the advice tendered to the Governor on any question of public concernment. So far, our legislation has the semblance of being of a free and independent character, based upon wliiit we complaisantly term " our free and enlighted Constitution." It is just such a constitution as the people of Ireland are now yearning for, and if they had it they wo...
DEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
DEALING. In tho important matter of sharp dealing, country folic can hold their own, and per haps something to sparo, with, evon the 'cutest citizens. Tho average bushman knows his way about, aud stockdealor's espe cially, are fairly clovor. Somewhoro north Mr. X is a well-known cattle breedor, who has a good herd. One evening his stock man rode up, and said " Did ybu let Smarty into the fattening paddock 9" Mr. X replied that he had not. " Well," said tho stock man, " he was thore this morning anyhow." Now tlioro were about 200 good bullocks in the paddock in quostion. They were inteuded for market, but could not be topped up properly, at least so Mr. X thought, for many weeks. A few days after tho stock man's vi^it, Smarty camo and offered £4 a head, for the lot. He got them for £1 5s. " Now," said Smarty, " I want seventy head, and I expect you don't mind keeping the balance for a few weeks ; nor don't mind mo saying as how they came from you ?" Mr. X expressed his willingness to...
A LIBERAL BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 13 October 1883
A LIBERAL BISHOP. At tho Victorian church Assembly in Mel bourne ou Monday tho Bishop of Melbourne, in an oloquont address, reforred to tho criti cuin which had been passed on his action in allowing tho Jlov. Charles Strong to preach in St. Paul's pro-Cathedval. Tho Bishop maintained that, in doing so, ho was acting strictly within his powers. 'Mo also reviewed Mr. Justice Higginbofclmm's recent loclure, (iud piiid un high compliment to tho loarnod Judge's ability, his thoughtfulnoss, and Btraightl'owardnoss, and ho referred throughout to tho lecturer in courteous, apprcciativo, andoflon commendatory terms. Tho Bishop then wont on to say:—"I learnt with great pleasure tho other day that Dr. Barry hud formally accopted tho posi tion of Bishop of Sydnoy. Australia will now havo a Primate, and, with God's bles sing in his work, such a Primato as will mako his influence felt for good in every dioceso of this wide continont. Tho Church of Christ in Sydney has been doubly wid owed by tho ...