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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 17 November 1883
LOCAL AND GENERAL. TnEitE is some talk of getting up Sports in Bowral for next Anniversary Day. _ JI". Win. Kvans, tcaclier Burrawang East Public School lifts gained promotion to class :) A. Mrss O'liyrnu, jate of the Fublic School, Mitta gong, and new of Fort-stroet Public School, Sydney, gained promotion to tin* grade of teacher of the First O'ass at the recent examination. Tim Moss Vale Dramatic Club inton.l producing the comedy of " Look bofore you leap," an.I " Fur nished Apartments," 011 the occasion of their first appoarance, 011 the 2fith January next. Mit. Norman has, wo believe, been let the teii'ler far the erection of the necessary she Is 011 the new brickfield in course of formation at the south en 1 of the town. The business is being pushe 1 forward very rapidly. Mil. Sylvester Murphy, Senr., of ^oss Vale, a^e l sixty-four, died on Tuesday morning last at'Ctla les ville, where he had been under treatment for ueirly four months. The deceased leaver five sons and live da...
COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPERATIVE COMPANY (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
C O M M E R C I A L. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO OPERATIVE COMPANY (Limixed.) Butter, l'afc,. jjur lb., Gel to 7(1 „ 2nd Od tovOS Bficoiv. best, Mcvinvbula, J'iivnd; caved per lb., 10® ■ ,„ best, maahine cured, 9d ,, heavy and rough, od to. 7d Hams, best Morimbuln, lwnd oared,,per lb., la ,, . lrmchinu cured, 8d to lOd Cheese 1st, pee lb., Gd to 8d „ 2iui awl-interior, 4d to-6® - PifP), alive, ]i8i! lb, 3d to-Od. Calves,, oucli, Ch Oil to 2oa Od Hit)as,, per lb,, 2Jd' Calf sitiii'j, each, Is Gd1 Tiillow,. g'sr to-, £.10 to £33 Maize, per btmliel, 2a 9d to 2s l'Ofl1 Hay, oalenyper ton, £5-0a. to £6 Os „ lucerne, do., £2 Qa to £3 oa Od! Potatoes, do.,,£3 Os Od to £1 Oa Fowls,, pel'pivir. is Gd to 4s 9d, Duelcn, do, 4;i Gl to ds Ud ■ Geese, do, 7s 8d to Os Od' Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20a Od1 E^gs, per do?., Is 3d to On Od' November 22, 1883;
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 — 24 November 1883
CORRESPONDENCE. [WniLE we shall bo glad to publish letters, it inust bo understood tlmt it does not follow wo ondoroe tlio opinions of our correspondents,] 10 Tnn KDITOlt OF TDK TOfiB PHEOO. Sin,—Your clover contributor " Italia," is to be con gratulated on Ins latest effusion, which appeared in your last issue. In common with many others, I have heurd "Mr. Waddymundooie'H" now famous rid a to our township commented 011 favourably on all sides, only u vory few tender skins hero and thero hinting that, in his gonial bit of fun, ho was ftlittle too rongh on Bowral. Now, Sir, as a resident here and ono whoso eyes aro not entirely bliud, I think tho long-named visitor's opinion a very fair one. As a stranger, ho seems to have found no ono ready and willing to entertain hihi 011 the biblical principle " bo hospitable to the stranger, lest ye may entertain an angel unawares." And though from his forcible, but expressive language, few would run away with tho idea that Mr. Waddymundooie bor...
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. A NOVEL ACCIDENT, OR HOW CON. BROKE HIS ARM. [RESPECTFULLY dedicated to J. W. O.' as an acknowledegment of the graceful eulogium or compliment he bestowed on the author through the columns of the "Free Press" on the 10th inst.] [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
ORIGINAL CONTKIBUTIONS. A HOVEL ACCIDENT, OR HOW CON. BROKE , HIS ARM. (iTT ITALIA.) [BebpEctfOiat dedicated to'' 3.\V. 0.' as an acknow lodegment of tha graceful eulogium or complimont ho beotowed on the author through the columiiB of the " B*ree Press " on tho 10th inst.] '1'is not often now-a-daya that we read, of a novelty In acoidertts, and many will argue that it is a toriii which cannot be applied to an accident. Thoy will tell you that if you take up any paper from the loading ono in Sydney to the small leaf that is issued in some o£ our obscure country villiages, you can read of accidents, of every form, by sea, and by land, bo bow can it bo possible to have a novel ono ? Well, I simply answer, dwell a moment, and if when you have perused theso few pagos you do not exclaim, •' Tis indeed a novel accidont!" I will say, " Well, I will say your bumps of discernment are not very well developed. " Again, Mr. scientific worldly-wise man will pooh ! pooh ! and say a broken arm is ...
MILK SUPPLIERS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
MILK SUPPLIERS' BALL. Off Wednesday oroning last, a euppor and boll took plnco tvt Mr. J. Lcseby'sresidenco Upper Mittagong, to calobrata Uic inauguration ol the milk supplying business, which is now so flourishing n feature in 'Wu district. About 150 persons wero present, including representatives of all tlio locul milk sup pliers, and also many of their friends. Amongst thorn wo recognised Messrs. Locke (Manager Fresh Pood and loo Company,) Ituane, JJridgo, Fowler, Pickles, Cole, Kirklnnd, Jones, Rudge, Norman, Smith, Woods, Chappell, Morrissey, Oxley, Madden, Gibnoii, Ao. At 8 p.m. the company sat down to n sumptuous supper in Mr. Lusoby's largo barn, which ---was beautifully decorated with ferns, waratahs &lt;£o., und tho gay appeurunco of the scene presented ivlmost every feature of a jolly " harvest home " in tho midst of merry England. Too much praise cannot bo given to Mr. and Mrs. Loseby for tho satis factory way in which everything was arranged. Mr. Loseby was in t...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. The following lias been handed ug for pub lication :— ■ Department of Public Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Koais, Sydney, 14th November, 1883; Sir,—With reference to your memo, dated 28t!i September last, calling attention to the necessity of forming the roadway and cleaving wator coursc oq,, the road pasMing under railway bridge on Sydney side of Bowral railway station, I havo the honour to inform you that the requifiito repairs "will be carried out at once bv this Department. I have the honour to lie, m'r, Your obedient servant, P. W. FLYNN, For CommiBiiouer and Engineer iot Hood*. . Thornaa Garrett, Esq., ML.A.
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
PARLIAMENTARY. In tlio Legislative Assembly on Tuesday evening. Id3t Mr. R'oid, in reply to Mr. M'Court', said'tho num ber of scholars on the roll of tho Mittagong Publio' School when Hr. Whitehead left at tho end of Juno last was 152'. The average attendance'for May was 102.3;' for June, 108:9; and for July, 7fS. Tho number at present on the roll was 98; The average attendance for August was 86 ;'for September, C9.8 ;• and for October, 72. At Mittagong, Mr. Whitehead received £228 a year. IIo was now paid at the naino' rate of salary at Botany. At Coomri Mi'. Kn jpp received £228 a year. lie was now paid at tho samo". rate of salary at Mittagon". Mr. lloid, in reply to'Mr. M'Court, said that the total amount paid to tire principal school attendance and paymonts ollicor for travelling exponsos was, from 1st January to21st Dboombor, 1882, £15!) 12a, and froirr 1st January to 30th June, 1883," £130 lis. Mr. M'Court moved,—" That there be laid upon' the table of this Souse, copies of a...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Rates, for conveyance of cattlo (at per trnck) to Ilomeimsh nvu as follows ;—From (Jonlhurn, £1 -Is ; Mai'ulaii, £3 10j 8.5; Mors Vnlc, £2 12s; Dowra], £2 8a ; Mittagong, £2 (js ; Pioton, £1 10s. Rates for convcyanco of sheep (at por truok) to Homcbush avp aa follows:—I'lom Goulbuni, £3 13s Id ; Manilftn, £3 5s 7d; JIoss Valo, £2 12s; Bowrnl, £2 8s ; Miltagong, £2 6s ; Picton, £1 10s.
COLO VALE. OUR MONTHLY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
COLO VALE, ODlt MONTHLY SD1ISMBY. Although we cannot boast of hliving advertised in1 the columns of our local paper a programme of A th in tio Sports or concert in lionoiit' of England's fnhire king, L nm happy to say we arc advancing, and'even liiying the foundation1 Htcttc of aprosper ous little village, whoso jpopulace will ono tla.v rest • from toil and join in rovelry say undor tho patron (\p,o of the " Muses of Topsii'.hovp," nnd under tho Union Jack of Old England, on the 9th of Novem ber, as did our loyal neighbours- in Bowral ami' Mittagong, Iiim pleased to be able to inform my readers through the coultnsy of P.'L. 0. Shoppard(JCsci^wham wa cuu always find in loco pahbntis, where any move is made for the pnblio welfare of tho district, that the Hon. Postumstcr-Gbnerol bmvbsoiv pleaded to #titaU linh a Post Olfibu hero, thus bestowiufl it great boon on'tlie inhabitants; It is- to be in' comicction with' the Railway Station'and only HWnUii'tho approval of the Commissioner for...
BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
BOWBAL POST OFFICE. Mails close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays excepted.) For Kangnloon and Robertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive at Bowral from Kaiigaloon and Robertson at noon, daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails i.rrive from all stations South at 3.30 a.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) From all Btations North at midnight, (Sundays excepted.) From Sydney, Parrnmatta, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Rowrui Money OrJcr Office closcs at 6 p.m. I'ost Office hours from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., aud on Sundays, for delivery of letters, etc., 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 open from 9 a.m. to C p.m.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE' SOCIETY. The Anntml public Tempcranco Meeting of tW Church of England Temperance Society was hold in tho School of :\i'ta, on Tuesday ovaning, tho 20th. Tho chuir was talcen by Ifr. C. Bennett at half past peven. Over 150 persons were present. Tlie Iiev.'i, J. H. Millions, i'\ R. Willinnin and C. Olden adilroH sed tho meeting, and earnest were the appeals made, and forcible the arguments-brought to'bear on lliia great snbjeot. Thfi Annual Report was thon read by the retiring secretary, which was encouraging to' incinbors of the society, an it allowed a large increarco in members since last year. Between the addresses some nice aongn won} rendered by tho company. A dialogue by Messrs. Gregory, Allcrdicu, and Ollord was given with great success.- Mr. C. Moor recitcd1 " The Burial of Moses," whioh was very creditably " done. A-vote of thanks was accorded the ■ various clergymen who graced tho platform; and who, by thoir indeed eplomlid addresses, were tho ...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
RELIGIOUS, cnuncir or England. St. Simon and St. Judo's, Bowral. Services will 1)0 hold every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tho sac vices on Sunday next will be kb follows:— Moss Vale at 11 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Bong Bong ivt 11 a.m. Sutton Forest at 3 p.m. Mt. Anhby at 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting in Schoolroom, Moss Vale, on Saturday at 8 p.m. St. Stephen'!) Church, Mittagong. Scrvicos—Every Sunday morning at 11. i. t, evening 7. 1st Sunday in the month, afternoon 3. Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2nd Sunday ] Lower MiHugoiig 3rd „ !■ 3 p.m. Jelloro „ 4th „ J
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
MOSS VALE POLICE COIJItT. Wbdnehdat, Novemdku 21. Rnronc Messrs. F. R. Wilshirc, P.M., and G. Tato, r.r. Absoonding from service. Jatnon Thompson was charged witb Absconding [rom tho cervieca ot W. G. Mansmgham, to whom In; wo« apprenticed. The prosecutor applied to lmvo tliu indenture of jgveewent cancnllod and that the boy might bo returned to tbo Vernon. Tins boy, when questioned by the Bench, com plained of bin treatment in respect of inruifllcient food, clothing, and frcquont Ill-linage. He was wil ling; however, to go back if promised butter treat ment. Tho Buncb decidod, however, to send liim back to tho Vernon, and made an order for tho indenture to bo cancullcd. Alleged stealing of wood. Edward Ilinea was charged with stealing, 011 or about tha 15th instant, nix tons of billet wood, tho property of William M'Intosh and William Stub biniiH, and of tho vnlni! of 15*. Mr. Galo appeared for defendant. William M'Intosh dopanod that I10 and tho other prosecutor lial been supplyin...
SELECT POETRY. STORY OF A TORQUOISE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
SELECT POETRY. STOttY OP A TOIMJUOISE. Jjoxo ages ago when tliis planet was wry much younger tlmn now, Wbcn animals dwelt in its forests mote monstrous by far than our cow; When trilobite dwelt in the waters, and Ammonites clung to the rocks; t Aud curiaus plants grew and blossomed quito others than nettleH and docks:— It chanced that n mammoth-like creature- a megalo wiurufl old, Was cracking n gisnt nutshell, when, made brittle perchance by cold, A tooth (ram his mighty jaw-bone came tumbling ■ down with a crash, And (ell in a rocky chasm where no mammoth, how ever rash, Would dare to go after his molar, e'en tho' 'twere hia favourite tooth, For tho ravine was narrow, and danger would fol low cnc'i footitcp in snath. 8a the mftKiklosnurufl, weeping, retired to the cave lie had left, And the )«autiful tooth found a shelter far down in tho rocky cleft. 'Mid the signs of a mighty convulsion it lay without token of life, While the tltbri* around made n tumult, and each element joinc 1...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
MISCELLANEOUS. Thk Dili 17 Factory movement is still pro gressing at Kiama, where all arrangements are being mode to have a factory in opera tion this season. A sheep was killed at Grong Grong Sta tion the other day, and when opened, a gold ring was found embedded in the throat at the root of the tongue. On the ring being removed its impression was deeply marked in the tongue. On Monday evening last Mr. Georgo Davis, Secretary of the New South Wales Farmers' Co-operative Company and Asso ciated Farmers' Union, delivered a lecture liaviug reference to matters of interest to farmers in the School of Arts, Camden. Thore was a good attendance, and &lt;100 shaves were taken up in the room. . The chair was occupied by Mr. Downes, and after the lecture tlmtgentloman and Mr. F. M. White were elected provisional direc tors. The time for closing the share list has been extended to the 1st of January next. Many of the townpeople will regret to learn (says the Wullonninuj Anjui) that Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
T HE BOWltAL F It E E 1» It E S S, and Mittagong, Burrawan;, and Kangaloon Advocate, is published every SATURDAY MORNING. RDDBCRII'TIOKB:— - Sixteen Shillings (16a) a year; or 4a per quarter o( three months, payable iu advance. If booked, £1> per year, or Ba per quarter. ADYJSRTISIN0 I— Advertisements arc charged for at the following rate each insertion :—Sixpence per linn up to five linos; one inch, 3s; every additional inch, la (id, with a leduction of one-fourth for thirteen consecu tive insertions, and of one-third for twenty-six insertions. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2a Gd each. 301)»!X« Wil'AHTMBST :— Business Cards lland-billa Bill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting Mills Circulars Programmes &lt;fce., ftc., Ac.,' W. WEBB ash Co., Proprietors. ITTAGONG SAW MILLS. August H, 1883. A L L E.It D I C E, W 11 Undertaker, Carpenttr, and Builder, Bowral. y-j , All kinds of vehicles on hire, also ladies' and gon tlemen's saddle horses on reasonable terms. ...
ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
ELLIS AND CO.'ti liHPOUT. IMllCKS roll MVIS HTOCK AND l'lUUV Jg, 1&lt;"at Oatti.k, pur 100 1 Ijh., I'.ls Oil to 2 Is Oil Fat sheep, per head, lis Oil to lis ild Milch cows, each, ,C2 las 0.1 to £8 10s 04 , Calves, do. 10:i Oil to £2 I'm Oil IiiuiiliH, do. 7s 0,1 to lis 3d Pigs (niivL1), each, 25s Od to .til 2s Od Carcass pork, per lb„ Id to lid Suckers, each, 7s Od to 1 Od Calfskins, do. 12d to -is Od Sheepskins, pur lb., 2.Jd to OJd Hides, do. '-'Ad to IJd Tallow, iioi- owt., £1 5s Od to JU12s Od Wool, greasy, per lb.', 7-id to l.'ijd Turkeys (cooks), pel pair, Ills Od to 20s Oil . Turkeys (liens), do. 7* Od to 9s Od Fowls, pet1 pair, -Is (id to Os Od Pucks, do., 5s Od to 7s Od Geese, do. 7s Od to ',)« Od Pigeons, la lid to 2s Od lloil butter, per lb., fid to 9d Ives J0- 'J id to 7.Jd Cheese, .'lid to 01 d Dncoii, do. lid to fctd Iiggs* per dozen, 15d to 2Id Honey, do. Id to Gd llceswax, do. '.Id to lOjd Ijftrd, do. !id to lid Pumpkins, per dozen, Os to Os Od Potatoes, per ...
MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, Nov. 19. (BEFORE Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., H. Childs, and Captain Sullivan, Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 24 November 1883
MITXAGONG- POLICE Monday, Nov. 19. * (Before Messrs. P. R. Witahiro, P.M., II. CliiUla, mid Captain Sullivan, .In. P.) Charles im;l E. Morley v. T. 13. Durham. Claim- for £16 wages for work done undur agree ment. Mr. Nichols for plaintiff, and Mr. Gale for defen dants. Charles Morley deposed tlmt lio was a waiter. Ho hired as a waiter, and Ilia wifo as waitress,-in Octo ber last for tho defendant, agent to the lessee of the Mittagong Refreshment Room. He entered into tho agreoment produced which was signed by Mr Oast ner. Here Mr. Gale tool: objection t'o-tho information on tho ground a that Mr. Durham was not tho proper party to be sued, he being only agont for Mr. Cast . nor, and tho lattur's name was not mentioned in tho information laid. Mr. Hichols submitted that tho information had been correctly laid by the plaintiffs; and itMvn3.-i)i the power of thu court to amend the iiKurtuatioU, if thought desirable. \, \ \ Mi'. Gale thought it was not a; varianco wnich lief put fowar'l,...