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MOSS[?]VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
MOSSJVALE POLICE COURT. Wkdnksday, NovEMBEn 28. Befohf. Messrs. F. II. Wilshiro, P.M.; G. Tato, and H, E. KaUsr,'Js.P, Thomas and Alico Hood v. Samuel Patton. Mr, Nichols for complainants ond Mr, Davidson for dofcndant. ■ Patton was. charged with having made use of threatening language to Alice Hood, wife of Thomas Jlo'od, pvopriotor of TuUei'BuU's Hotel, onjjtho Sit at, instant. According to the evidence elicited from tho com plainants and two witnesses, it,appears that about noon on the abovementiontd dq|gj defendant was at Hood's Hotel in a state of\ intSppition; ho had a contention with Mrs. HoodVnd threatened to knock her h brains out; plaintiffs did not Hiipply defendant with any liquor tljut day; they wero weil acquainted with the fact that publicans wero pro hibited from supplying Patton with intoxicating liquor. An application was made by Mrs. Hood to have defendant bound over to keep the pcacc. The defendant did not deny making use of tho language complained of to Mrs, Hoo...
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. A NOVEL ACCIDENT, OR HOW CON[?] BROKE HIS ARM. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. A NOVEL ACCIDENT, OR HOW CON. BROKE HIS ABM, (nv ITALIA.) CONCMMlOJi. We now prepared our camp (or tho niglit, and being finished I lay down on tho bod of ioavos anil and straw which I had prepared for mysolf, looking at tho Ixsautiful country which strotciiod nway for inilca in front of mo witli nothing to brouk tho viow but tlio largo kurragongs which ornamented tho HCeno. 'Tin indeed an uncommon view to lio tlioro HOLOB FAii NiKN'i'it on tliat gentlo slope as ciroum stniieoH favoured 1110 with, and look aoroRS n boauti ful stock of downs whoro no obstacle comes between. you and tho distant horizon, reminding you of an inland occan, and indeed nothing is moro liko it, if wo only had a straw eolorod soft, Tho gontln undul ating formation of tho earth which you can only dis cern at a distance makes tho long grass Bcom to swell up and down in tho brcc'/.o, as tho waves do on a ploasant day at Manly. Hero too, hopping about fearlessly, you will hoo nil tho memb...
THE MINING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
THE MINING INDUSTRY. | Tire following is Mr. Wardon F. R. Wilsliiro's report 011 tho mining operations of tbo Bcrriina Division, oxtracted from tho Auuual Report of tho Dopartmont of Minos for tho year 1882, which has just boon issued:— " I havo tlio honor to report for your information that tho various mining opera tions carried on in tho mining district recently assigned to mo have not boon very extensivo; indeed, concerning that portion of the said district laying south of tho police district of Berrima, I have nothing to roport, having roceivod but one application in con nection with mining fron} that,locality, and this was for tin-mining, ^hereon no mining operations havo yot boon ^ommonced, and, never having scon tho locality, I am unable to furnish any information, oto,, concern ing it. " Four miners' rights wero issued to tho mnmbors of a party in Novembor last, who reported to havo discovered gold in tho neighbourhood of tho juuotioii of Bunda nooii Crook with Kangaroo Rive...
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
WESLEYAN. Services will be held to-morrow as follows Mittagong, 11 n.rn., Mr. Osborne 7 p.m., Rev. C. Olden Bowral, 11 A.m., Bev. C. Olden 7 p.m., Mr. Oaborne Kangaloon, 11 a.m., Preaoher 7.30 p.m., Preacher Bobertson, 2.30 p.m., Mr. White
WILLIAM INGLIS AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
WILLIAM INGLIS AND SON'S EEPORT. We report having sold, (luring the week ending Nov. 23, 1883, at Railway Auction Mart mid Stock Sale Yards, stock and produce at tlio following quota tions :— Fat Cattle per 100 llis, best quality, 23s Fat Sheep, in wool, lis Ud; shorn 8s Od Milch Cows, Oftcli, £3 10s Od to £10 15a Od Calves, large, each, £3 0s to £'J los Od Ditto, small, 20s Od to 3!is Od Lambs, each, 0a Od to 103 (Jd Pigs (alive), extra largo, each, 60s Od to 70s Od Ditto, large, 40s to 55s Small porkors, 22s Od to 35a Od Carcass pork extra heavy weight, 2jd to 3Jd Ditto, heavy, 3Jd to -Id Ditto, light, 5d to 0:}d Suckers, 8s to 12b Od Turkeys, per pair, cocka, 15s 0d to 30s Od Ditto, hens, 6s Od to 12s Od Geese, per pair, 7s Od to 13s 9d Ducks, per pair, 5s Od to 811 Od Fowls, per pair, -la Od to 7s (id Butler (roll), por lb., Od to 0d . Butter (keg), por lb., 5d to 7Jd . r ';' Bacon, per lb., 7d to lOJd ' Checso, por lb., 2Jd to Od liggs, per dozen, la 3d to Is 7jd Hides, por lb....
COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
'COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S KEPOKT. Maize per bushel, 3s Od to 3s 2d Oatfl do. 2m (id to i!a Od Barley i)n U.t lo 4 b 03 Flour, Adelaide 1st quality, £11 Ob to £12 Oa Do., 2nd do. do. £'.) Oa In A'10 Oe Potatoes per ewt Ha Od to os Od Onions do. 10b Od to 20a Od Butter pur lb Oa -Id to Oa Od Cheese do. 4d to 7d Bnoon do. !)d to 10d -Lard do. Cd lo 7d I'igH do. 4d to Od CiilvoR each 8s tn 20s Hides, light do. lis to 8a . Do. heavy do. per lb 2d to id Calfskin* do. 1h to 2b Od Sheep Shins *ld lo 7d Tallow pei* eiy.t. 30s to 35s Fowls por pair 4s Od to 5s Od Ducks do. 5s Od to Gs Od Gcesc do. 8s to 10s Turkeys do. !)s to 18s Eggs per doz. Is 8d to Is 4d Honey per lb -id to Gd Beeswax do. Od to lOd Beef per tierce IiOs to 70s Pork per barrel 200 lbs 70s lo 80a Shingles per 1000 20s to -iOa Beef Staves do. £(! to £8 Tnllow (lo. A'8 to £10 Tobacco, Colonial, per lb Is 4d to In fid Do. Lent do. Os 2d to Oa Oil Corn Beef per 100 lbs 20s Od to 2Si Od Colonial Wine per gill, is to 10a Sydne...
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
the BOWKAL FREE PRESS, and jllttaciono, Bubhawakg, and Kammloon Advocate 8ATURDAY, DECEMBER 1,1883. " Ibeland lor tlie Irish !"—Some friend 1ms favoured us with a copy of the New York Irish World of Octobcr 18. " Ireland for tiio Irish 1" This is the miserable howl by means of which many an honest Irishman and Irishwoman, and Irish servant girl has been cheated into giving a few shillings in the delusive hope of thereby contributing a trifle towards Ireland's national indepen denco. The hypocritical demagogues who eet up such a yell know that money will not contribute towards purchasing a nation's freedom, any more than a bribe to Mr. Justice Faucett would swerve him from the upright and impartial administration of justice; We mention Mr. Justice Faucett bccauee bo is au Irishmau and a Catholic, hold iu esteem by every section of the com munity, and as an instance among thou sands how Irishmen can distinguish them selves, aud command the highest respect when conforming to tho laws o...
HORSE MARKET. MR. GEORGE KISS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
HOUSE MABKET. am. okonok kiss. Tiiimn was n good supply of various kinds of horses from several country districts, some of which wors very good, and prices for tlioso of superior stump satisfactory. Tlioso (it for saddle and harness, you «r and in condition, sold at from L'20 to L40. Useful saddle and harness horses are not quite so firm in prico, but are selling fairly, ranging from JJlfi to £l!l; light carringo and buggy pairs sold up to £80. Only one big carriage pair was oflerod, and was passed in at 185 guineas. Pairs of buggy ponies aro hard to get rid of at anything like ft reasonable prico. Good omnibus, cab, and van horses are wantqd badly and sold well at from £20 to £32 15s. Active draught are also in brisk demand and sell readily at good value. A large number -was disposed of at from £23 us to £36. Heavy draught are wanted by several people, and although a fair quantity sold it was not nearly equal to the demand, the purchasers for which gave from £30 to £'10 per head.—N...
[?] AND CO'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
iitil.it* ak1> va'.'a rnicr.s roil i.ivk stock and rnouccE. Vat Cattm:, jicv lOO lbs., IDs Oil tii 21s Oil 1'at sheep, per head, (5b Od to lis 9d Milch cows, each, XJ ISs 0.1 lo 119 5s Od Calves, ilo. lis Oil lo X2 10s Od Lambs, do. 7s lid tn Ills 3d I'igs (alive), each, 28m Od lo I'.'i 2a OJ Carcass pork, per lb., Od lo Od Suckers, each, 7s Oil to IL's Oil Calfskins, do. 12d to -Is Od Sheep: kin.';, per lb.. 2.Jd to Ojd Hides, do. -Ad to -lfd Tallow, per ewt., XI f>s 01 to XI 12a Oil Wool, greasy, per lb., 7 Jil to 13.Jd Turkeys (cueks), poi pair, 10s Oil to 1'Os Od Turkeys (liens), do. H:( (Id to 1 Is "Oil Fowls, per pair, Is (id to lis lid. Ducks, do., (is Od to (is (id Geese, do. 8s Oil to 10s (id I'i/joona, In ild lo 2sOd lloll butler, per lb., .Id to Od Keg do. 5d to 8d Cheeso, 2d to r>Jd Uncoil, do. 7d to ll.Jd liggs, pur dozen, l td to 10(1 Honey, do. Od to Od " lleeswax, do. ild lo lOd Lard, do. fid to fid I'timpkins, per dozen, Os lo Os Od Potatoes, per ewt., Its ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 1 December 1883
LOCAL AND GENERAL. A consignment of very lively loeohos was among tlio first day's rocoipts at St. Martin's-Ie-Grand, on the inauguration of the Parcels Post. The box cori taining them was a very slight ono, and becoming fraotured in transit, the oontents escaped, and tra. versed the establishment in search of a promising " subject." Several were recaptured; but, as some arc still missing, any ono finding a bloodsucker in the folds of a despatch is requested to return it to the Controller, Inland Office, B.C. No one that has lived in Bowral or -district dur ing the last few years can have failed to notice the prominence it has attained during that period as a sanitorium and favourite summer resort by the distinguished families of Sydney, who have testified their appreciation of its alimato, etc., by the erection of most magnificent edifices for the accommodation of their families during the sultry days of summer rendered so unpleasant in the metropolis by tbo prevalence of the fiery...
THE RESULT OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
THE RESULT OP ADVERTISING. Mir,LA.TjB, the banker and speculator, who died recently in Paris, and who founded the Paris Petit Journal, which ig now assorted to have a daily circulation of half a million copies, was au enthusiastic believer in the advantages of liberal advertising. One day ho had at his table nearly all the proprie tors of the leading Paris dailies. They con versed about advertising. Millaud asserted that the most worthless articles could be sold in vast quantities if liberally advertised. ISniile de Girardin, of La Prcsse who was present, took issue with him on the subject. " What will you bet,", exclaimed Millaud, " that I cannot sell in one week one hundred thousand francs worth of the most common cabbage seed under the pre text that it will produoo mammoth cabbage heads?—All I have to do is to advertise it at once in a whole page insertion of the daily papers of this city." Girardin replied that he would give him a page in his paper for nothing if he should win t...
A CLEVER SWINDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
A CLEVER SWINDLE. A swindle of a novel kind lias beon perpe trated by a newspaper correspondent in Paris. This gentleman advertised in the Paris papers that he had hired a well-found steamer, which was going to make a month's cruise in the North Sea, and that ho was prepared to acoepfc 200 passengers at £20 each, this sum to include all board, lodging, and travelling expenses for the four weeks. He was not long, thanks to the favourable notices in the Figaro and other com plaoent journnls, in making up' his comple ment, and the 200 passengers, each of whom liad paid his £20 in advance, were conveyed by special train from Paris to Havre. They found the shl^ waiting for them, and went on board, but the newspaper man did not put in an appearance, and the owner of the vessel said lie could not start until he had arrived, and paid him for tho hire of the Yessel. Telegrams were sent in all direc tions, but nothing could be heard of him, and the unfortunate excursionists woro com pelled at...
SUFFERINGS IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
SUFFERINGS 'IN THE BUSH. The hands employed on Cannlpic Downs (says the Western Grazier), tho property of Mr. Oharlos Fartiere, have su(Torod more than tho usual share of hardships from the want of this season. Tlio run was stockcd with 10,000 sheep, who wero supplied with water from tlio water holos; but one Laving become almost dry, the slicep wero removed to tho other, twenty-five miles distant, the supply from which was looked upon as safe for tiiveo months at least. Two weeks later, or some four weeks ago, from some unexplained cause the water became putrid. Meanwhile tho other water hole Laving dried up, there was nothing left for those in chargo but to abaudon the sheep, and hasten to Wompoa, oiglity miles away, with the view of obtaining water for the preservation of their own lives. Tho horses Lad succumbed to tho inevitable fate of aggravated and continued thirst, and the men had to pursue their journey on foot. Wandering wearily on, tho travellers were at length reduced b...
A HORRIBLE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
A HORRIBLE DEATH. The deputy coroner of Brighton (says a London pap or) had fin inquest on the body of Louisa Agnes Cliilvers, a singlo woman, 80 years of ago. TJio deceased, who was employed as a housekeeper at 9, Porcival Terrace, Brighton, wont to tho bathroom to have a bath about 10 o'clock in tho evening, and next morning her dead body was found in tho bath in a terrible stato. Chilvors had omittod to turn out tho gas which heated the bath, and it is supposed that, tho fumos having caused tho unfortunate woman to faint, she lay unconscious in the bath until she was scalded in a fearful man ner. When the body was found in tho morning nearly all tho water in tho bath had boiled away. The jury returned a ver dict of accidental death. A fortnight provions (lid deceased gave evidence at an inquest hold on the body of her f.tthor by tho sumo coroner. _He was pziyi/jg his daughter a visit at Porcival Terraco, when ho fell down stairs and broke his neck.
CONCERT AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
CONCEliT AT MITTAGONG. On Thursday evening last » concert of choico sacred music was given by tho Wos leyau Choir, in tho Wesloyan Church, Mittagong, to a fair audience. Owing to tho threatening aspect of tho weather, it 110 doubt provonted a largo attendance, but those who wero present ovideufcly en joyed themselves. After a short addross from the Rev C. Olden, the. Rev. Taylor was invited to take tho chair, and gave great satisfaction iu that capacity. The choir, conducted by Mr. W. J. Osborne, consistod of Misses E. Harrison, M. Duprea, A. Harrison, M. Robinson, P. Ward, A. Wickbaui, Messrs. Hart, Parker, McAlpino, Wickhaui, Millor, and Stokes. Miss E. Harrison acted as accompanist, in a very proficient manner, as also did Miss Wick-' ham when called upon sovortvl times throughout the proceedings. Tho choir commenced the musical part of tho pro ceedings by singing " Praise the Lord," after which Miss Duprez sang " He wipes tho tear from every Eyo," in a Yery pleas ing manner. Mis...
COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
COMMERCIAL. O'DOUD AND CO.'S KlU'OUT. M.\r/,r. per bushel, !ia 2d to !ia -id O.nta do. 2s fid to iis Od Burloy !5s Oil to -1b Od ' Flour, Adelnido 1st quality, £11 Oh to .012 Oi IX)., 2nd do. do. :C!) Os to £10 Os Potatoes per owt.'!« 0.1 to Is Od Onions do. 10s Od to 20s Od LSuttor per 1!> Os -Id to Os Od Chooso do. &lt;ld to 7d Uuoon do. S)d to lOd Lnrd do. od to 7d Pigs do. Id to (id . . Calves each 8s to 20s Hides, litfhfc do. (is to 8a Dp. heavy do. per 11) 2d to 111 Calfskins do. Is to 2s Od Sheep Skills-id to 7d Tallow per owt. 30s to Jliis Fowls per pair -Is Od to iis Od Ducks do. (is 0d !o Oh Od Gccso do. 7s to Os Turkeys do. 10s to 20s Eggs per doz. Is Od to la 2d Honey per lb -Id to Od Ucoswax do. !ld to lOd Iii'Cf per tierce liOs to 70s Pork per barrel 200 lbs 70s loSOa Shingles per 1000 20s to '10s lJecf Htftves do. .Cl! to Jb'fi Tallow do. .C8 to ,G10 Tobacco, Colonial, per lb Is -Id to Is Od Do. Leaf do. Os 2d to Os fid Corn liocf per 100 lbs 20s Od to 25s ...
CATTLE AND SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
CATTLE AND SHEEP. Rates for conveyance of cattle (at per truck) to Homebush are an follows :—Prom Goulbnrn, £4 4s ; Marulan, £3 10s 8d; Moss Vale, £2 12s ; Bowral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £2 ds ; Picton, £1 10s. Rates for conveyance ot sheep (at per truck) to Homebush are as follows :—Prom Gonlhurn, £3 13s Id ; Marulan, £3 5s 7d ; Mors Vale, £212s; Bowral, £2 8s; Mittagong, £2 Gs ; Fiuton, £1 10s.
ALLEGED MURDER OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 8 December 1883
' ALLEGED MURDER OF X CHILD. Margaret Morgan, a laundress, was charged at Bamnam, on November 4, with the murder of Thomas Moor, agod 1 yoar and 2 mouths, by starving him to doath. Tlio accused was paid Cs Cd por week to take charge of the child. From information the police received a fortnight ago, inquiries were made, which resulted in Morgan being taken into custody ; and tlio deceased, with another child, aged 18 months, whom the prisoner also had caro of, woro removed from her house in a starving condition. The deceased child, when admitted, was in a sinking state. Tho post-mortom exami nation showed that death had resulted from want of food and" propor nourishment. Morgan was committed for trial.