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INTELLIGENCE. COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
INTELLIGENCE. COMMERCIAL. South Coast and Whht Camden Co Company, Limited. Butter, lot, per lb., 18l1 to 2-ld : „ ; 2nd, no demand Bacon, best Morimbnln hand curod, Oil to lOtl . „ liest, mnchino cured, 7d to 8Jd - „ heavy and rough, Cil to Oil , . : ^ llama, boat Morimbula, hand cured, lid to IB ,, mnchino curod, 8d to 9d Rani, 7d to Oil Olieose iHt, per lb,, Od to 8d „ 2nd and inferior, 'id to fid Pi'hs, nlivc, por 11), dd to Cd Calves, each,'7k (id to 40d Od I lidos, jior lli, !)d Calf Kkins, each, 1b 3d to Is Cd ■ > ' Tallow, por ton, £28 10s to ;C33 Os •; Maizo, por btishol, &lt;1h 4d to 4h Od Hay, oaten, per ton, £5 Os to .CO Ob Od „ -income, do., £3 10m to £6 5s Od Potatoos, do., £3 10s to £-1 5h Od Fowls, per pair, 3fl Od to 'Is Od Ducks, do, C« Od to Os Od Geese, do, 7s Od to 8s Od Turkeys, do, 7s Od to 14s Od Egfis, per doz., Is &lt;td to Is Od July 3, 1881.
GADENERRS' CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
GADENERRS' CALENDAR " JjOlt JULY. Kitcjtbn CtAuden.—Sow : pons, cabbage, lettuce, radish, carrots, turnips, parsnips, celery, parsley, mustard cress, and herbs o£ all sorts, Plant cabbago and onions. . Sow for succession. cauliflower and broccili. ■ Orchard,—Gather late apples and pears. Trans^ plant all kinds o! evergreen and ilcciduous fruit trees strawberries, etc.,—Finish deep diggings Flower Garden.—Plant and remove Bhrubs, roses, etc., . Re-pot fuchsias for early flowering. „ riant hyacinths, anemones, ranunculus, tuliprf, nnd till Ca'po bulbs;. Plant flavoring. shrubs, and herbaceous plants., i Dig up and storo dahlia roots;.. . . Field.—Plough for tobacco and maizo. • Wheat, barley, n,nd oats may be sown.. Good crops may bo looked for if the month be cold and wot, followed by a dry spring. April and Slay are the proper months for sowing tlio above; the Inter you sow the more necd you require, Meld peas and boans may still bo 'sown*;• Sow clover, Income, and all kindB Jof gra...
Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Lovegrove. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Qin.npliincntuiy Dinner l;o Jfe lovegrovc. Q.n Saturday- evening last Mr, W. E. Lovegrovo, ijmnagoi; of thQ E.,S., nn& A.C. Bank at Burrawang, was entertained at a complimentary tiinner-prior to his dopiu'ture lor Marulan to which placo. he. lias received an appointment. About ' thirty- gontlgraen wore present, and. the spread, which was catered; by Mr. H. I?; (linger,7 was scrvod up in excellent (style. Mr. Dunnioliff, J.P., occupied the chair and Mr. /\V. Moses tho :vico-chair. :/Everything passed,olI;most cnjoyabjy.
SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. MR. A. G. TAYLOR ON MR. LUSCOMUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
HOHNH IN I'M!MAMKNT. Mil. A. ci, Tayi.oh on aiii. luhcomm: In llio Assembly 011 Tuesday hwl, Mr. .Tiiiscomhu moved tiiu adjournment of tho Houso, in order, us ho stated, to uiill ntlonUon to tlio conduct of Air. .lames Watson, llw member for (inndiigai. llo said that ho would living forward certain matters affecting that lion, meuilier which lio considered should no longer allow him to remain in the House. ' Mr. Speakor romimled the lion, member tlmt llio comluot of tin lion, member could not bo impugned oven miliar cover of ft motion for adjournment; but it a charge wcro to bo mado against an lion, mom bor, it would lmvo to bo mado by a specific mo tion. ■ After further remarks by Mr. LuRcombc, Mr. A. (J, Taylor deprccutcd llio'roproHonlativo of tlio minority of the electorate of Northumberland mak ing an attack upon an hon. ltioniber ot tlio OppoHi tion who wan not ill a position to dofond hiiutsolf. It was eharauteriutio of his oowardice. ■ Mr. Speaker: tlio term cowardice, us ap...
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 28, AND 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
BUPttKSIR COUJIT, SYDNPy. TUI5BDAY, WEDNESDAY, ANDTIIUliBDAA, .JUNk'27, 28, a*d 29, Banoo Court;—Beforo his Honor Mr. JuHtieo Inuoaand a jury of four. Dolamount v. Korosono Oil Company. Butlor v. Stuno. | Mr. M. H. Stophon, Q. 0., Mr. Iloydou, and Mr. O'Marn, instructed by Messrs. I.Ellis and Makinson appeared for tho plain | tills; and Mr. Salamons, Q. O., Mr. Owen, Q. 0., and Mr. Want, instructed by Mr. A. i J. Capo, for tho defondnnt. This was an action brought by Estlior Dolamount, a dairy fanner residing near Mittagoug, and Michaol Butlor, a grazier, rosiding at Woodlands, near Mittagoug, to recovor £1000 each compensation from the Australian Iieroseno Oil Company, for loss sustained owing to the nogligence of tlio do fondant company, whoreby ilro _ fell from their ongiuo and communioatod with and de stroyed plaintiffs' property, Defendants pleaded not guilty. On behalf of tho plaintiffs, Michaol But lor stated that on tho morning of tho 15th January lie wont out about live o'c...
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. Batuiway last, tho day sot apart in accord nuco with hor Majesty's oxprossod wifih for ilio celobration of Queen's Birthday, wna ob eorvcd in Sydney as a holiday in ilio strict Bonso of tho word. Although a fow clouds woro visiblo on ilio horizon at suuBot tho previous ovoning, Saturday morning dawned with a clear bluo sky, bright nun, and invigorating atmosphere," which Boomed to invito all to cast asido for tho. day tho caros of business, and join tho merry crowds ".which from nn early hour began to onlivon tho aspoct of tho principal thoroughfares of iho city on thoir way to honour tiio Quoon, and indnlgo in tho various amusomonts pro vided." Circular Quay had more than its usual compliment of pleasure-seekers bout on spending the day down tho harbour, ■whilst to add to tho gaiety of the scene in that locality, all tho ships in port wore do coratod with" long strings of Hags. Tho botanio gardons,1 tho art gallery, and tho museum woro largely patronised; but tho...
Rejected Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
. Rcjccte.il .Tenders., Tji*; Scrutineer, in referring to "the. fact that'Mr. Iliggs, who was the- lowest tonderer for the Bowrivl school o£ arts, and the. next tenderer to. him,' decline to. sign tho cop tract, thinks.'that it will shortly be /found necessaryto. make tenderers send a deposit of monoy with thoir- tenders, which amount.-will be forfeited byWy depositor, wlipso tender is accepted and deolined..
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
COLONIAL & INTERCOLONIAL. A commoncomont.bas boen mado with tho oroo ,tion of machinery- at tho sjato quarry oompany's works at Gundagai., The Popo baa conferred' tlio title of tlic Knight Commander of tlio Order of l^io Nono upon Mr. W. H. Arohey of Melbourne., . 1 ■■■■ ; l'elerCampboll tlio bush missionary; has obtained a verdict forjL'25.0 against tho Banner, a .Victorian paper, as dam.ajjcs for libel.. . ..By a fall of onj-fch at tho Mai tland wator-works on Friday week a workman named Thomas lteters : was. killed, and another seriously injured.. Tho New Zealand parliament lias been dissolved. The general election has liccn fixed for July 22, and tlio new, housos will meet on the 7th August. . Tho actions of Mr. A. G. Taylor, M.L.A. against tho Speaker; Chairman of Gominittos, andSergeant at Arms, hcivo bgpi\ set down for heaving for August : 10. r ■ -v 11 r. Stifle, manager of the bonded warchoupo, Molbourno, committed suioido. laBt Friday week by shooUng.himsolf throug...
Canterbury Park Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Canterbury Park Jtaccs,, • Fiubndship, with 7st. 101b up, won tho big event at Canterbury Park Inst Saturday—tho Coronation Handicap of 150, govs., .with a sweepstakes o£ 5 sovs. starters; second horse, 35 sovs. Xrom the jirize. The distance was 1 mile 3 furlongs, and the mare won easily, / Hr. J. Y-. Hanralian's Maerano was second.
Oddfellows' Lodge, Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Oddfellows' Lodge, Moss Vale. At the, half-yearly .'mcetiijjj of the. LoyalMoss Valo Lodge of Oddfellows, Manchester ..Unity, held on Wednesday week, Brother E. Agor was' : elected Noble Grand; Brothoj; It. Higgs, Vice-Grand; Brother G. Hickey was rc-clgoted Secretary; Brother S..Murphy, treasurer; Brother A. Davis, warden'; and Brother D,. "VYotton, guardian.
Lecture at Sutton Forest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 5 July 1884
Lecture at Sutton Forest, Under tho auspices of tbe Sutton Forest Working Men's Club. a. feature is announced to bo dolivered at, Sutton Forest on Tuesday evening next, 8th instant, by R. P. Uichardson Esq., J.P., The subject is " Oliver Goldsmith, humorist and poet," which will WO. doubt be ably dealt with by IVJfr. Richardson.,
Arrival of Mrs. Booth and Family at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
I Arrival - of Mrs. Booth and Family (it Bowral. Mns. Boom, wifo of Mr.. It. T. Booth, the popular temperance lecturer, and family wived in Bawral from Sydney by the 9.18. p.m., train on Thursday evening last. They wore mot at the railway station ■ by Mr. B. Short. Mrs. Booth and her family ar ; rived in Melbourne from England last Sunday by the II. M. S. Sutlej where they -were met by the .Blue B'bbon choir, who presented Mrs. Booth with an address. Mr. Booth wont to Melbourne to meet his family and accompanied' them thithor whero, we understand, they contemplate remaining for several months for the benefit of Mr. Booth's health..
Rainfall at Moss Vale from January 1 to June 30, 1884, and other periods. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
"Rainfall at JIoss Vale from January 1 to June 30, 1884, and other periods,, We are indebted to. Sir. H. Bouafield, of Moss Vale, for tho following return showing tlio total amount of rainfall at Moss Vale during the first six months of the prosent year ; and for similar periods during the years 1879, 18SJ0, 1881, and 1882:—• 1879.. 1880. 1881. 1882. 1884. January.... &lt;1-55 lr49 4:26 0-72 0'04 • February .. 3-17 3-10. 4-84. 0.52, 0-38. March .... 2-10 G-23 2-05 2-08 1-GG April...... 0-80: 6:96: 1-03 Q;3G Y8-83 May. ...... 7-10, 1-91 4-98 1-18 2-21 June ' 2-79 0-15" 1-54 2.22 3.09 Total 2V11 18-13, 18:70 13'08 1G-81
AMERICAN ADVERTISING ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
AMERICAN; 'ADVERTISING; ENTERPRISE:. ! An-amusing instance (says-a Iipndpn,paper)) of inipruclcut enterprise of. adv.er.tisers in, America, has jnst comp.to hand. As ia.woll; known,, ft. colossal statup qf.Libor.ty, designed ;to stand, in,bronzp,. with,ti lighthouse.in her : monstrous hand,, 011. an, iplancl at tho. mputh. iof;thp por,t of.Npw York*, has.long. boon, pro paring. in,the studio of;the AleatiohiSculptor M... Barthpldi, Npthip&ip,the world, will) .rival it, in bigness ;; it w.illiriso 82Pifeot- into, the astoniphpd.air., Bu(;.funds are flagging !for tlip. lingo podestali which,tho.monstrous, figure needs, and the gonitis of Auipriciia, advertisement has. comp forward, w,ith a. proposal, unptuullolod; in, fpr.titudo.. Tho. 'prompters, of-a quack, mpdicino have made, an.offpr of .£5000. towards the. mpnumout,. (provided, that for. thp peripd, of; onp, year they may bp pormittodto place across, tlie. ■top of;the pcdpstal, in fcjio fapo. of, Europo. :and:tl)p East,, ...
Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Buffax Accident,. 0;; Thursday last as Dr. Jones was returning to Dowral in his buggy tho horso became flighty whilst coming down, the hill this sido of Dr. Ohisholra's residence, about a milo from, town. The doctor, who was driving, was unable, to, pull the liorso in, and tho animal becoming unmanagablo bolted i;i, tho scrub on tho side ol the road drawing the buggy into a small ditch, with sufficient force to throw the doc tor and his man (the only two occupants) qut.on to the ground. Dr. Jones sustaint-d a slight injury to his head 0)1(3. several bruises about his logs, but nothing sorious, while the man, escapqd uninjured. Unfortunately tho Iiovbo broke one of its logs in tho fall and had to be.lvillod immediately,. Tho buggy was not damaged at all, and it is fortunate, the oc cupants had so narrow an escape..
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
WIT AND, HUMOUR;, The.smallest: w.ompn, ahvfiys.look. to,Hy.. ;men, : " Dar is mfiny a rule,"- say^,Uncle Sam, " wat won^fc work.bofo ways..' W.hjpky will - pi'fldjice a: lipatlfichp, but a. headficM won't, produpe whisky.."' * The'happy father, of&lt; twins recently sent, the following message to.a, brother, in the; ' West :r—"Immehso jpy—we gpt.twin.babies; 'to-day,—mpr,q hor.oafter."' An Irish.gentleman,liaying.purchased an, .alarm, clock, au acquaintance asked him. iwha.t lie intended, to.do, with. it.. " Och,": ■ auswer.ed lie,." sure I've.nothing to,do. but; pull, the string.and, wake myself," "Henry,. lovo.Iwish, y,ou:would: throw away, that book,, and. talk, with, me—I fool: so dull." (A long silpnee and no reply). "•Oh,. Henry, my foot is aslpep,"- It is ?■ Well,. don!t talk,, dear,, you. might wake, ifc.' A. prominent Democratic Congressman, took hip daughter, to. task.the other evening because she permitted her lover, to stay a. while after teii olclock. "La, pa,"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 12 July 1884
Public Opinion.—On almost everything creatod by nature or manufactured bv the skill of mini there is a diversity ol' opinion. Sniputimos the contrasts aro so manifest and winking as to lend 0110 to tha conclusion thiit the mind of one of the two qb soi'vers must be ft little out of order. On the works of great pouts, architects, historians, novelists, and aetorH;thcse contrasts of opinion are most frequent; I but no two opinions havo as yot boon expressed on i tho excellence of workmanship and beauty of finish. Mr. A. Hitter, painter, grainor, and decorator of M oss Vale, always introduces into tho work entrusted to his management.—Advt.