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BOWRAL AND MITTAGONG HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

BOWltAL AND MITTAGONG HORTICULTU RAL SOCIETY. Tiik following aro tho rnloa of this sooiety, ■which it is oxpcctccl will hold its first show iu February next:— 1. That this Socioty shall lio styled tho Bowral and Mittagong Horticultural, Poultry, l'igcon, Canary, and Industrial association. 2. Tho management of this socioty shall bo vested in a Patron, President, Vico Presidents, Soorotary, Treasurer, and a Committee of 18. Members six to | form a quorum. . _ ... . 8. Tho Scorotary, Treasurer, and Committee shall bo elected Annually by mombcra of this society. Candidates eligible for clcotion or re-election mufct lie duly proposod and Bocondod, at tlio January moiUUly meeting of each year, and olooted by ballot at tho Annual General Meeting, held in February. ■I. The Patron, President, and Vico 1 residents to bo elected by tho members, at a goncral mooting, annually. But, in tho event of a vacancy occurring in coiiHoquonoe of any gontloman resigning or leaving tho colony such vacancy...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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A VISIT TO JOADJA CREEK, (Conclusion.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

A VISIT TO JOADJA CREEK, (by our travelling reportkfl.) t Conclusion. J The cost of carrying Joadjacoal to Mitta couir is reokouod at 8s Od per ton, aud the sum mentioned iu last week's report, via Os must thoreforo bo token m the Bonso of whole cost of production so far. A privalo telephono between Mittagong and Joadja has boon ostablisbed for Bomo considerable <, timo, and in addition to tbo business use made of this recont invention, it is of esson tial importance iu summoning medical assistance. Tho community is a very healthy one, and, excepting the usual ail; raonts inseparable to infancy and childhood the greatest demand upon medical skill is to i further energetic and indefatigable efforts • on tho parts of tho inhabitants in tlio laucl 1 able work of poopling this grand country. Tho numbers of healthy rosy-chookcu cliilu ren to bo met on overy hand, is iudeod sur prising, and to tho bachelor to a certain extent mystorions. The fact goes a long way, however, to pr...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above society was held on Tuesday evening last, in the Wesleyan schoolroom, which, was quite filled. The night's proceedings, commenced by singing tho hymn, " ^Voik, for the night is coming," after which the ordinary preliminary business was tran sacted. The Rev. Mr. Olden then addres sed the meeting on the subject of Martin Luther, his life and work, handling the subjeot with much power, and effectually gaining the attention of his listeners. Mr. Moor, junr., afterwards recited " Nothing to Wear," in good style. An apology was received from Miss Short, who "was un avoidably absent, and who was to have given a reading. Miss Wickham sang with muoh taste, " Golden Stairs," and Mrs. Beer then addressed tho meeting on the benefits of Temperanoe and the evils of drink. Her remarks wore receded with approbation. Master Duprez followcd^witli a reoitation, and Mr. J. J. CampbelHang in his best form, " Joe Perkins," the audience joi...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. The tea and public meeting in celebration of the Wesleyan Churoli Anniversary was held last Monday evening, when a large number of persons were present. A sumptu ous tea was provided by Mr. Dnprez, and the following ladies presided at the tables Mesdames Allcoru, Olden, McMichacl, Campbell, Harrison, Duprez, Sparks; Misses Harrison, Wiekham, Duprez, Gregory, and Beer. The public meeting held shortly afterwards was opened by the singing of two hymns. Mr. B. Morris, in the absence of Mr. J. G. Morris, was voted to the chair, and the Rev. Mr. Olden then addrossed the meeting suitably to the occasion, and expres sed his satisfaction at the results of his labours in., the district. Ho was followed by the Rov.sMr. Sellors, and by Mr. Ward; Mr. Hart mbvgd a vote of thanks to the ladies who had stf admirably presided flmhe tea tables, and Mr. II. Davip secondcdSju vote, it is almost ueedtafa to say^b^p carried with acclamation.^ Mr. J» J. Campbell, secopckfd by ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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WILILAM INGLIS AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

AVlLIIiA-M: INGHS AND SON'S RErORT. Fat Catti.h.—1110 were yarded during the week, ill about equal proportions on each Bale day. On Mon day, tlio market was firm, and bHdings brisk. We topped (ho market with an average of £9 on lor Mi bullocks froiu Xurraiidera. To-day, the supply being again short, there was an -upward tendency, and prices at the- finish were slightly in excess i f hist quotations. We quote boat beef at 25s ; prime at '2Hh j medium at 18s per lOOlbs. We sold i)3 bullocks (tr. Davis)' tit £9 5 s; 25 cows (Sydney yards) from £3 12s to £(! 18s. Mtr.cn Cows.—There was a largo number in, but nearly all, this week, were very inferior. The few good orres sold fairly well; others dull of sale. Wo quote good ones from £9 to £10: others from £i! to £7 according to quality. We sold it!) milch cows from £3 15s to £9 15; 11 dry cows from £1 5s to £3s 9d. Calvbs.—Very few good ones forward—most o! those coming to hand small and inferior. We quota best at 57s fid ; small and prim...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

CRICKET. A matoh took place last Saturday at Mittagong, between the Teachers' Club and the Oaklands school, which resulted in a victory for the latter, by eight runs. The Teachers won the toss, and sent Oak lands in. In tho first innings of tho Oaklands, Mr. Southey made 15 in good style, and Mr. Forsyth made his 9 rapidly enough, when an unfortunate hit on wicket put his light out. In the first innings of the Teachers Tliurgate batted strong for 14. and Lovell for 8. Mr Southey's bowling was good, and also that of Robertson (2) for the Oaklands Club. Mr. Knopp did most execution in the bowling for the Teachers. Subjoined is tho scores:— Oaklands School.—1st Innings. Robertson (1) b Knopp .. .. 4 Aaronsnotout .. 4 Addison b Knopp .. .. 0 Southey b Knopp .. .. IS"' Forsyth how.. ,.\ . .. ,9 Kenneth b J. Jarvie .. .. ., 0 Robertson T. b Knopp .. .. 0 Campbell b Knopp .. .. 0 Robertson (2) b J. Jarvie .. ... 1 M'Kay. o J. M'Lennan .. .. 6 King b J. Jarvie .. ... 0 Sundries .. .. 12 60 ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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ELLIS AND CO'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PROPUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

ELMS AND CO.'.S HfiPOIlT. PUICK8 rn» I.IVK HTOCK AND I'HOIUJCB. l'AT ('atitiR, perlOO lbs.. 20* l)(l to zfis Od Fnt sheep, per head, 10s Hd In 17s Oil Mitch cowr, each, JJIl Os 0! to .CXI 10s OJ Calves, do. 17s l!.l to i'it 10s (lit Lnmbs, ilo. lis 0,1 to 13s lid l'igs (alive), oiu'li, 2;"n Oil (o 10s OJ Carcass pork, per lb., ljd in Oil Suckers, each, 7s Oil to 12s 0.1 Calfskins, do. 1 lit to is Oil Sheepskins, pev Hi., 2Jd to tijd Hides, do. 2 Ad to 4fd ; Tallow, per i-wt., CI 10s (hi to jCI ICs Gd Wool, gu-avy, per Hi.. 0.1 to Oil Turkeys (co'i'kn), prr pair, Us OJ to 16s (id • Turkeys ^hens), do. 7* Ci to !)s OJ Fowls, per pair, 'la 0.1 to Ci OJ ■ , Ducks, ilo., i)U OJ to 7s HJ ' Uoese. do. 7s OJ to 104 i)J Pigeons, Is lid to '2s OJ Coll butter, per lb.. ij) to 11(1 Ueg do. 1 Jd ic yd . Cheese, 6.1 lo 7il Hhcuji, do. 7J to S^d ■ • , ' lCg|.;s, per ilnwii, Ui-1 (o lOJd Honey, ilo. :ljd to tjjil IJeeswnx, ilu. yd to lOJd • liiii'il, do. "id to 7d i'umpkiiH, per dozen, ()s to Os OJ...

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BOWRAL CRICKET LLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 3 November 1883

130 WEAL OPvICKET CLUB. A meeting was held iu the School of Arts, Inst Friday evening for tlie purpoea of form ing a local cricket club. The following were present:—Messrs. K, Mackenzie (in the chair), W. Neich, A. Neich, 0. Moor, 0. Waters, Garland, H. Morton, W. Piggott, and E. Wickham. Letters of apology were received from Messrs. Leathes, H. E. Jones, Cope, Bennett, and Eotton. It was pro posed by Mr. Morton, seconded by Mr. A. Neich, and carried, that Mr. Kenneth Mackenzie be elected president. Proposed by Mr. 0. Waters, seconded by Mr. Miller, and carried, that Messrs. H. E. Jonoe and J. G. Morris act as vice-presidents, fro posed by Mr. Miller, seconded by Mr. ftfbf ton, and carried, that Mr. Sheriff act as secretary. Proposed by Mr. Moor, seconded by Mr. Neich, and' carried, that Mr. Wiok liam act as treasurer. Proposed by Mr. Sheriff, seconded by Mr. Moor, that MessrB. Waters,' A, Neioh, C. Bennett, Piggott, A. Ellsmore, C. Moor, J. J. Campbell, H. 0. Eotton, A. S. Leathes,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

13 N D E It S. Tenders arc reqiAed for splitting 100 tons oiSj more ot Billet Woodlpr brick lcilii. AH inlormation can bo obtained by alpb'ing to / * Mil. C. 8EWE, Bowral. E. A WAGGONETTE liconscd to carry eleven passon gers will run to tlio FITZKOY FALLS every Satur day, and all holidays, iLsutiicieht encouragement in offered. IiETUI JfeUtE 5s., Parties nro requested to book by Friday night. W. ALLERDICE O TO MILK ,S | P P L I EII S. E. A CALL AS! js$fcPER, In celebration of the iuauUnti^LoJ the Milk Trade, will bo held on fl "WEDNESDAY NIGIjr, NOVEMBER 21, MR. JOSEPH LOSEBY'S, MITTAGONG. All connected witlr tlio tratjp aro invited tojatloud. cMfijind Garden. SS^to KS1IAW, Shcpherd-si,root, Bowral Bent, ¥ 11 s E. A corner block of land opposite tho residcuoo of B. Short, Esq., containto^l acre with COTTAGE of '1 large rooms and largo®Bhcn at rear, built of hard wood and pine. Halfoflacro planted with choice .ilfflWyfenced. Apply to J. E. NEICH, Bowral. sfruit trees, all aubstaij FO...

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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

OOMMEBCIAL. • SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPKiiATlVE COMPANY (Limitkd.) Butter, 1st, per lb., 7d to 8d „ 2ml fid Bacon 1st, nor lb., 8il to Oil "J, ■ heavy mul rou^h, Id to 7d . Clieeso lHt, per lb., Gd to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, Jd to Gd l'ih'3, alive, por lb, fld to Od CrIvoh, each, 7s Gd to 30s Od HidcH, jjur lb, 3,fd Calf sluns, oacli, Is Gd Tiillow, por ton, .C30 to .£33 .Maizo, por bushel, 2s lid to 3a Od Wheat, „ -Is Gd to 4s i)d 'Barloy, Erifjlisb, Gs „ Capo, do., ds Gd to Oa Od Oats, do., 23 9d to lis Od ^ Hay, oaten, por ton, JM 10a to JUG Od'* „ lucerne, do., .C2 5s to .Ci! Os Od l'otaloes, do., £3 Os Od to £!i 15s Fowls, per pair, Js Od to 'la Gd Ducks, do, 4s Gd to 5s Gd Qeeso, do, 7s Od to 8s Od Turkeys, do, lis Od to 18s Od Egg", per doz., Is Id to 1b 2d Novonibcr 8,1883.

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FIRE IN A LUNATIC ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

FIBE IN A LUNATIC ASYLUM. A fjre brolco out oarly oil August 15 at tho mansion at Soutlmll Park, a private lunatic asylum, which has boon earned 011 for sorae years by Dr. Boyd. Tho inhabitants of tho noighbomjiafccl woro attraoted by tho shrieks of tho iu'maxca, who woro at tho win dows ondeavouriA to find moans of escape. As many as could* 0 got at woro rcscued as speedily as possible. Fivo persona woro ulti mately found to lmvo perished. They are Dr. Boyd, tho proprietor, Mr. B. Boyd, his son,_ Mrs. Cullimoro and Licutonant Williams, pationts, and ono fomalo servant. Tho otlior inmates had miraculous oscapos. Mr. Boyd, jun., who was a captain in tho Canadian militia, was to havo sailed, on 18th August for Texas with his cousin, Mr. K. Boyd, a ranchc-owner there, who was a visi tor at Bouthall Park. Mr. I£. Boyd, being in a room with a spring lock, jumped out of tho window, thus -escaping with a broken thigh and a out f^co. Dr. Boyd saw his daughters safoly on tho lawn, which they...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A HINT TO RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. A HINT TO RULEBS, Maiuu, tho Queon of Baratongn, lias been so fmtoh fiiatroaaccl by tho incnaafctif'hitcuipflKinco aWMWW her people, that alio a new niotliofln^lL putting a atop to it. W aumiiMmed a popular aaaembly, and boforo thorn nil aho ropyiAianded tbo polien agenta lor their culpable indulgence towards druukarda. ' Sho tlion dimiuHsud theui all, and ero-' atod a now police oomposcd of women of raaluro ago. Tho experiment succeodod perfectly. TJieao womon liavo shown au oxtraordinay ability and energy in discovoring frauds and defraudoi-B. Thoy have found and thrown into tho eoa quantities of smuggled (brandy. Since thoy liavo had tho matter in hand ft truo reformation intlio m^jil^pf tho population has tuken plaeo. 'URGP Tjuecn, who haa ao well understood that womon aro tho moat deeply interes ted in tho suppression of tho plaguo^of drunkencsa. if) cortainly u woman of lioad and heart. -u Lo Cliristiuuism au XIXo HiOcle,

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COLO VALE—[?] ITALIA." TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

COLO VALE-^O ITALIA." TO THIS EMTOH OP TUB KitIX I'MISS. Sin,—Your contributor, " ItaliiJjVhas on#inoro than ono occasion ploancd mo and my hdm.o circle, bosidos many frionda, by his necanional skirtghos which appear in your Hinart littlo paper; but rtono-Eafl been pioro gratifying than llio ono ill your i&nne of tlio 3rd instant. Thoro aro f;liiiijj;ien o£ bush tifo thcrnin depicted equal to many of the very boat I liavo over road, ahd their valuo i« the more prccious on account of their truthfulness, and tho elegant simplicity of llio language in whioli tha various iiccncD aro doHcribed. Whoover " Italia" may lie, it may afford him Homo gratification to know that liin occasional contributions aro much prized and appre ciated by very many readers who liavo not tho pica sui'o of knowing liini personally. Yours, &o., J. W. 0. Mlntonm, Novombor 5,1883.

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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

DQWHAIi POST OFFICE. Mails oloso for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily, (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangaloon and Hobcrtson 2 p.m., duily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrivo at Bowrnl from Kangaloon and Hobcrtson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted,) • Mails urrivo from ill stations South at 3.80 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Prom all stations North lit midnight, (Sundays oxcopted.) From Sydney, jParramatta, aud all stations \yest at 1.33 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Bowral Money Order Office oloses at 0 p.m. Post Office hours from 9 u.n(. to (J p.m., and on Sundays, for delivery of letters, &c., 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.) Crovornment Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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JOADJA CREEK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

J0AD.1A CHEEK. TO THE KUITOU OJT TIJK KIIE1J I'REBB. Sin,—I'oinj; o lninur, and frno tho north, I foal an inloroHl in your good .account of Jonilja Creek, espc oially its workings, but raair especially, liccnnso I find there's a lnucklo nprinkling o' brithar Scots aboot that quarter. I iico, to got to tho bottom j'ou'vo a niiHty road to work over, same fta we hsivo hero from tho railway aiding. I know the faro from Hartley Sidinjj by rail to Mitlagoug, but what'tf the faro from to Jamljti Creek'/ ploaao say, as a nni Lv of mi mouu to Kiirnid "New Year'n Buy iker-K Youra. MAIDENKIRK. Hiirtlev Vnln. November 2. 1883. [2a Oil each way.—Ed. F;. 1'.] (

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

RELIGIOUS, CHURCH or ENGLAND. St. Simon and St. Jude's, Bowral. Services will Via held every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tile services on Sunday next will bo na follow a:— Moss Yale at 11 a.m. and 7J p.m. Sutton Forest at 3 p.iq. Mt. Ashby at 3 p.m. 13ongI}«ng at 11 a.m. Prayor Mooting in Schoolroom, Moss Vale, on Saturday at 8 p.m. St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. S[orvices—Every 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. Jcllo.ro I, 4 th ,, j rKESBYTERIAX. Services will bo. held to-morrow as follows :— Moss Yale at 11 a.m. aiid 7 p.m., and Nattai p.m., Rev. John Evans, M.A. CATHOLIC. Th3 Rov. Father Patterson, M.A., of London, N.W., will preach all Burrawang, to-morrow, on behalf of {ho Propagation of the Faith, A collection will bo made. Mass will bo celebrated at Berrima, to-morrow, at H O'clock, WESMIVAN, Services will bo held to-morrow as follows Mittagong, 11 a.m., Rev. C....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THIS FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

TO THE EDITOR OF THIS FREE PRESS. Sin,—In looking aver tlio columns of tbo " Frco ProBS" porno Bhort timo back my attention was attracted by tbo appearance theroin of two letters relating to Joadja Creek, and dwelling to a consider able extent on the niino and tho miners. It is much to bo regrettod that your reporter's remarks aro nothing loss than an untruoreprcscntation of Joadja Croek. You were exaggerating tho miners' wages to a groat extent as tho average wago is from nine to ten pounds per month far ten hours pox* day. Moreover, you can find no instances of young Scotch men only twolve months in tho colony who can earn ono hundred pounds, far less put ono hundred pounds in tho Bank. The mine bears the reputation of being the host ventilatod in the colony but there ajo parts of the mine that you might as well bo corked in u bottle, it is so suffocating. As regards the stove, it is all in tho company's own hands. Before you get any provisions you have to sign your namo to a papo...

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THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and [?]ITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

THE BO WEAL FREE PBEBS, and illlTAGOW, BDBIUWANG, AND KiN'QALOON ADVOCATE. 8ATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1883. We accept with regret tho defeat of the Con tempts of Court Bill, by the Legislative Council, and commiserate with the great majority of tlio people, that legislation of a progressivo nature should be so frequently damned by party influences in this aristo cratic Chamber. If there is to be a reform pf a beneficial character, if there should be grievances of tho most shameless description to be redrossed, it is very evident from pre sent and past experience that the people must not look to tlio noir>iuco clement in our constitution for aid. We admit that a Legislative Chamber has uses of a most palutary ljind, when its deliberations are con ducted free from party feeling or- personal influence. Its nominee character in our political institutions should operate as a guarantee that its members, like the judges of the land, deal with all measures submitted to them, without 1'oa.r an...

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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 — 10 November 1883

OOBBESPONDENCE. [Wbims wo shall be glad to publish letters, it must I bo understood that it does not follow we oudorao ' the opinions o£ our correspondents.] to TIIG EDITOH op Till! FIIUE TOESS. ] Sib,—There have been somo notions attending mo Tor somo time past and at Inst I have asked my neighbours if thoy think they are reusonablo. They seem to think well of tho matter. If then tho idea meets with your acceptance, perhaps you will ltfndly afford tho needed space for its f urthoranee. Hero it is then:—That all Public School teachers who can avail themsolvosof the boon, lie allowed a froo tiekefc per rail way from Sydney to Bowral every Friday evening dur ing tho thrcosummer months of November, Decomber, | and January. Said tickets to bo good for return by early train on Monday morning. 1'hiB will give them a ' wholo day (Saturday) to visit the Fitzroy Water falls. This would do thom good, and thoy richly deserve it. I do not think tho minister would with hold the privilege if ho w...

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ON STATESMANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 10 November 1883

ON STATESMANSHIP. In leas than fivo years tho colony of Now South Wulos will lmvo roachod its hundreth aimivoranry for weal or for woo, and tho occasion, wliou it arrivos, will afford amplo ^^opportunity for pointing lniuiy a moral if it ; . fiot poasiblo to adorn a talo. Tho cora ■ .-^..utioii of a oontury from any important ' event can novor bo contemplated without emotion, and tho summing up of rosults which will nccossarily follow, prompts us to anticipate Bomowhat by oonsiiloring briofly why, when tho statesmanship of this colony for ono hundred yoars shall bo plaood in tho Bcaloa of public opinion, wo shall not pro bably viow tho oporation with foolings of umniuglod satisfaction. It would bo worso than usolosa and foroign to our purpose i to tlwoll on tho personal administration of tho early governors of tho colony, Though tho study might bo a curious ono, yet tho pri mary and roal motives of the selection of governors aro now so generally apparent that, apart from the idiosyn...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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