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BOWRAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
UOWHAIj post office. Hails close for all stations North at 9.30 p.m., daily (Saturdays oxcepted.) Fur Kangaloon and ltabertson 2 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails arrive nt Bowral from Katiguloon niid Kobortson at noon, tlivily, (Sundays excepted.) Mails i.rrive from all stations South at 8.30 a.m., d:iily, (.Sundays excepted.) From all stations North ¡it midnight, (Sundays excepted.) Fx-oui Sydney, Purraniattii, and all stations West at 1.28 p.m., daily, (Sundays excepted.) The Uowrnl Money Order Office closes at 0 p.m. l'ost Office hours from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., ami on Siin.lavM, for delivery of letters, etc., only, from 9 to 10 »Mil. Telegraph' Office hour» from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) ; Mails elo.se for all stations south at 9.30 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Government Savings Bank open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
LOCAL AND GENERAL I A IlAPrt New Ybar to You. Wk tiro compelled to hold over until next issue, " A Fatal Hide," by Italia. I-jUwabd Simmons received a sontonoo of two years, and Henry Clark 0110 year for defrauding John Thomas Lawlcr, Into a resident of Yarrunga. Anothcu addition to the Woolloomooloo scandal. A woman violated and killed by larrikins, at the sandhills, Waterloo. Five young men havo been arretted on suspicion. Tub scores of tho Intercolonial 'cricket match which is being played at Melbourne, woro, on Thus day evening:—New South Wales (1st innings), '112 j Victoria, 2 wickcts down for 107. On Sunday last three or four members of tho Salvation Army paid us a visit, and it is needless to say that they did an imincns^amount of open-air prcaching in the afternoon. 'fffljy succeeded in mak ing a few friends in town, and drawing an immense number to hear them, and as WIT premium seoing in the next issue of the " War fired soiuo grand Bhots into the lauks of tho oiwhiy—but wi...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
RELIGIOUS. CHimCli OF ENGLAND* •St. Simon and St. Judo's, Bowrnl. Services will l>c held every SumV.iy at 11 a.m. ami 7.80 p.m. The services on Sunday noxt will be as follows :— Mobs Vale at 7.H0 p.m. Sutton Forest at 11 n.m. Bong Bong (it 11 a.m. Biuidimoon at 3 p.m. lit. Arilihy at 3 p.m. On New Year's Day—Bong Bong at 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting in Schoolroom, Moss Vale, on Saturday at 8 p.m. St. Stephen's Church, Mittagong. Services—Every Sunday morning at 11. i> , >■ evening 7. 1st Sunday in tlifi month, afternoon 8. . Colo (Coleman's Siding) 2ná Sunday ^ Lower Mittagong . 8rd ,, \ 1-3 p.m. Jellore „ 4th „ } )
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.] "WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY." TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
COB It E a V O N D E N 0 Iv [Witn.K wc ahull be «lad to publinh letter*, it must bu understood that it douH not follow wo oiulorao the opinions of our corrumiondcntß.] " WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY." TO TUB KUITOIl OF Till! FUKK I'llKSH. Sin,—I notice, with rogret, iu your last issue, a paragraph under the above heading, hiiviug reforouco to tho disposal of the body of the uufortunato 'young man Bridger, aud as it appears upon tho,face, more particularly with regard to the last fclaiitjo, to bo dis paraging to Mr. and Mrs. Edwiwds, I feol it my dut3', as tlioir eloso ^neighbour, to re move, as far as I can, any false impressions that may have been made in consequence ■ of the circulation of so unqualified a state ment. In the first place, I have it on the autho- r rity of Constable Smith himself that Mr. Edwards had made preparation for tho re ception of the body in the bedroom which had been occupied by Bridger, but as this room adjoinett'the kitchen; it was suggested by Constable Sjnith t...
BERRIMA DISTRICT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
BEMIIMA DISTRICT HACES. On Wednesday lust, Iioxing Day, as con vened by advertisement, tlio usual day's racing camo off on tho Browlcy.Oourso, aud. was gonuraUy speaking a success. Tltoro wcro about 500 persons prosnnt, many of whom wcro iaclics. Mr. F. P. Badgory acted as starter, and Mr. IL. Taylor, accro- . tary, both giving groat satisfaction. The. _ Moss Vale liras» Band was in attendance, and essentially enlivened tho proceedings. TJio following arc tho results of tho various " evonts, which were wcll-contostcd :— Tui.u, St.ikiw of. 15 sovs., with n nweop of olio hov. caoIi for Htnrlcrx ; for nil horses that. lmve novcr won mi advertised prize exeeeding L':i() lit timo of entrance : pnmilly for wimu'is, 7 Iba; dis tance, 1} mile ; weight for nge. Mr. 1'. Mopro's Selector, &lt;1 yrn., Hst Uli) 1 W. Miller'» b g Titus, t yr.H., 8st lllb 2 C. Nioholson's el» g Slim Pumpkins, nged, Ost - » J. V. Hunrnliiin'H blk h Bong 3 yre., 8st John Townsend's Foroat I.id, nged, Ont l»....
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. (By Ferret!J That throo Sydney youths wore in Bowral last week, playing a violin, flute, and harp, trying to mako a riso for Christmas, but their ell'orts woro not appreciated. They disappeared in disgust, resolved not to visit, us again. Thoy'ro not wantod. That the Burrawang Haces come off on Now Year's Day. That our Bank officials aro vory obliging. Thoy open about half aú hour after the usual hour, aud close a little early. They oblige thenisolvos to the utmost. Most decidedly thoy do. They can't cash cheques a few minutes boforo closing time. Why? [Wo refer our contributor to the Bank manager.—En.] That tho voice of ft Fart hint/, instructed by a Susan, was to l^o heard passing slurs at people on tho railway statioh.on' Saturday night last. A Farthing; as almost .all civi lised human beings know, "is a" mero trillo, and is troated as such in Bowral, whatever it may bo in Moss Vale. That Xmas has been and gone, and loft some of the re...
GARDENING INFORMATION. — JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
GARDKNING INFOKMATION. — JANUARY. KiTcniîN Öabdüs*.—This is undoubtedly tho driest ¡ifnst trying month of the year for tho garden. ■Hm little can ba dono in the way ot planting out iu ;i'.c open ground, but under shelter of the bush house or frame a selection of cauliflower, cabbage, R ivyy and cclerv needs may bo sown, ao as to bring t rward sturdy planta for transferring to the garden d Trill« the iirnl rains of March. Kidney beans, tur 11 pens, lettuce, and spinach may be Rown h . inugly prior to an expected shower, and the lied« h muid lie thoroughly mulched by short dung, to o .cd; evaporation. i'YowEit Ci.vnnnN.—Watering and mulching must n >\v bo carefully attended to. Tlie too lux.uriu.nt growth of climbing planta should aluo be cut back or t r 1 neatly into the trellis or arbor over which they u trailing. Ilecently budded. roses should liavo t. ¡.Mr young shoots secured to a light rod. Dahlias »•i l hollyhocks will need looking to giving abun d nice of water and tying ne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
T H E \ B 0 W It A L F It E E P It 13 S S atlrl Mittigang, BurrawantJand Kangaloon Advócate, is published every SAT U 11 1)A Y M O It 5 I N G. NUUSUUIl'TIUN'g :— Sixteen Shillingn (lös) a year ; or 'Ifl per quarter of three monlha, payable in lutvaiicu. II booked, £1 per'year, or 5« per quarter. ' ADTKRTIHINO :— Advertisement» are eburno-1 for nt the following rate each insertion :—Sixpence per line up tu /¡ve linea4 one inch, Us; every additional inch, Ik Oil, with a iqductiim of one-fourth for thirteen consecu tive insertiuns, mul of one-third for twenty-six iusertions. Announcements of Uirths, Miivmges, Mid Deaths, Us.(id euch. , JOaillXO »KIUUTVKXT ¡— Business Cards Handrbills llill-heads Labels Catalogues Posting Bills Circulai* Programme« .,, : Ac,, A-e.,'A'e., W. AVK1JÜ and Co., • Proprietors. MIT T.AOONG SAW MILLS. T« Titulier Mewi " Tb« audnrsigned hlvipx pnrcfiuseiJ tl\e liill and plant hitherto wotkedl/y Willtfunsoi/ aifci'XJo., are prepared to supply tinnkr an hefetofore...
COMMERCIAL. ELLIS AND CO.'S REPORT. PRICES FOR LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
C O M M E R O I A L. ELLIS AND CO.',S ltEPOUT. rniuhh l-'ou mvk stock axjj i»nom;ck. Fat Catj'm-:, per 100 Iiis., lüs Oil to 23s Od Fat shcepl per lieiid, Os Od lo ils (I l Sfilch cows, uiieh,'.(Í2 1Ö8 Oil lo £11 Os Od Calves, (lo. 10» (id to £2 0s Oil Lambs, do. ,ils Oil to lis !ld Pigs (ajiye), each, 25s Oil to £3 3s Od Carcass ])oi'k, por Ib., -Id to (id Suckers,' each, 8k Od to 14s (id Calfskins, do. í.2d lo -Is Od Sheepskins, por Ib., 2,Jd to 5jd , Hides, do. 2¿d to lfd , . • Tallow; per c\vt., '.Cl. 8s Od to £1 13s Od Woid, greasy, per Ib., 7¿d to lljd Turkeys (cocku), put }mr, l is (M to 27s Od Turkeys (heiis), do. (is Oil to 10s Od ¡ . . ; ... Fowls', per pair, 2s 8d to Oh Od , Ducks, do., (is Oil to 15s 8.1 , (ieaao, do. H s lid to 10a Od Pigeons, Is Od to 2sOd •; .r . . ltoll Imiter, jinr Ib., il^d to 8Jil . : • 1 lseg d... r.d to lOd Clieevo, 2Ad to 7d billion, do. 7d to lOd 1'lggn,- per dozen, 2Id to 25(1 Honey, do. Id to (id Ueeswiix, do. ild lo lOd Lard, do. M to 7d Pu...
COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
COLO VALE. Nothing startling, commercially speaking, siuco my la9t, except that wo liavo a dia mond drill at work, and preparations being made for auotber. Land id daily bocotning of moro value. High prices liavo been offered and refused. Fuller'« farm, how ever, has changed bauds. A Syducy gentle man Î3 tho buyer. Old Father Christmas has como and gono., Ho loft us desolato in one way ; our old friends wont to tho capi tal ; und lio brought a« atrnvgoea, our little platform being thronged with woll-drG3sod, protty ladies, all gushiug with mirth and woll wislios. But I think I vexed tho old fellow. However, ho brought mo 110 new sorrow, although ho left mo to dino sumptuously 011 a tin of sardines. Com plaints say tho lato winds bavo dono mis chicf to tho orchards. Mr. Waddymundooie is oouvalosccnt, and iutouds to visit you at an early date. Au revoir. P.S.—An old favourite, and my solo com panion, " Tiddles," is dead, leaving six kit tens to mourn their loss. Tiddles and I havo oft...
General Post Office. Sydney, 15th November, 1883. UNCLAIMED LETTERS.—No. 33. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
ßcncrnl l'ost Ollicc, Sydney, i util November, 188 Iii UNCLAIMED JÏKTTEKS.—No. 83. r.inTtr.s applying for unclaimed letters nt the General 1'oHt Otliee are veijHostetl to give tlic correct number of tlio letter with the date uii'.l number of tlio lint in which they have observed their mimes, ns such refercnec will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the country making written applications, in addition to the former particulars, nrc requested to atute where they expect their letters from, and. nny other information tending to prevent nil unnecessary transmission of loiters. I.IÍTTKIIS KIIOSI 1M.ACKS HHYOXII TUU COI.ONÏ. 25 Anderson W.. 5 Cninp 38 Augustine C., 10 Section 5 Bumintiiync J!cv. J., I'ieton 12 -Hurry])., Prospect 22 Heitlisbiiu; Mrs., Joadjn 5 Cu moron Ct., Prospect 7 (.'umpbell Win., Liverpool ,, 17 Craig 1'at., Ciimpbelltown 25 Ciitcl Monsieur, Liverpool Ti l Collins Tlio*:, Prospect. 80 Coulter John, Jondga Creek (2) i 83 Cox Chus., Prospect • 101 Cunncen Tlios....
BOXING DAY AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
BOXING DAY AT BOWRAL. Boxing Day at Bowral was a very ploasant one for amusemont, not being too hot, aa is goncrally the caso ou each occasions, but wc aro sorry to stato, iujustioo to everyone, tliat tho day passod over very easy, tliore being a Binall attendance, uo doubt owing to the Bcrrima Distriot Baces taking placo on tho samo day. However, those who wore present evidently enjoyed thcmsolvos, there being a bazaar, sports and other games for tlioso who ehoso to take part in thorn, and that was 110 scanty number. BAZAAR. A Bazaar in aid of the Bowral New School of Arts Bnildiug Fund was held in a largo booth on a spare pieco of laud kuown as tho railway crescent. Considerable inte rest in tho undertaking had been shown by the ladie's committeo, aud the display of tempting articles which had been got to gethor, to fetch tho money in.relicctod great credit on tho skill and industry of tho pro moters of the sale. TI10 tables wore most tastefully laid out, showing off tho goods to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
W 13 B B, Auctioiiccr, Commission Agent, itc., Canipbclllown. Account Sales promptly rendered. J O II N. H A T T II K W «, ELECTRICIAN, 11 Hanover-street, Waterloo, Sydney. To the Medical and Chemical Profession. Materials of nil kinds supplied for Electrio Baths ; also Bnths fitted up in any style in town or country, 011 the most reasonable terms. Many persons aro linder the impression that thesu Bnths aro only a succession of shocks, but such in not the case. T|ioy give a ploasing cxhiliratiiig scn Hution, and in many instances perform n curc'whero medicines havo failed. It also indicates the stage discuses of Lungs or Hearts have reached. They are invaluablo in cases of Nervous Debility, liheu liiatisra, .I'amlysis, Neuralgia, Asthma, ' Mental Affections, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, (.lout, and numer ous ills which Hush is heir to. • It;is a woll-known and recognised fact among electricians, that the use of those baths tend to pre vent taking cold, neither can cold betaken after. wri...
GOLDSBROUGH'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
GOLDSmiOUGirS 'VVRHKTjY ltKPOttT. Wopr..—The offerings in llii.-t market for the week aggregate 11,500 bales, out of which over 7000 have liecn disposed (if. Their is »ti easier feelitig notice able Tur moat ijt ml i tics, even lots .suitable for Ameri on 11 orders sharing in the general reduction, and (Iiis in the face of few suitable lines coining forward. Medium qualities, free from seed and burr, arc selling better, und, proportionately, lire realising fill! rulen, (iooil washed lleeee in in »muH supply, tile bulk offered consisting of low and medium qualities, for which good valúen have been obtained. At. our said on Ilm LttHi wo submitted a catalogue of 1517 líalos ; hut many of the lots' were hampered with reserves out of keeping with the altered stale of the market., and in consequence the proportion sold was not so largo us usual. The attendance of buyers', wan, how over, large, and biddings brisk up to the limit of current vaines now ruling. (ireimy, superior, nono' offeri...
BURRAWANG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
BURRAWANü HACES. Thk following aro the entries for the vnrî&ns events, to be run on Now Yenr'H Day, at Burjnwuug l'LÏINO li.VSl)10,y>. our. Rt. lb. D O 8 C 8 2 7 10 7 Macrnno .. Sum Pumpkins .. Forest Lad',. - « Vixen .. .i Bishop .. Jessio .. .. . ; ' BUIti:\Wu\NO An Revoir .. Macrime .. Deception .., Florence Starlight .. Bong Bong.. HAIDEN PliATK. Jessio, Smiling Moni, Visen, Bong Bong,' Titus, and Valley Maid. LADIES' PÜBHK. Jessie, Au Revoir. Smiling Morn, Moerane, Ster light, Vixen, Sum Pumpkins, Valley Maid, Bishop, and Florence. 6 5 8 0 7 6 7 0 0 8 0 5 ; V 6 2\Í'
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, and MITTAGONG, BURRAWANG, AND KANGALOON ADVOCATE[?] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 29 December 1883
THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS, end MtTTAOONO, BoRBAWASO, AND KaKOAI.OOK AdVOCATF. ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883. Tiik discussion which took placo a few even ings ago in tho Assombly on Mr. Wilkin son's motion, having rpferonco to tho ap pointment, by the Government, at an " early date," of a board to inquire into tho "live stock V traflic von the rail ways, for the pu*poso\of finding out and removing tho causes of .tho existing irregu larities and delays in ,'the transit of live stock, in likely to bo productivo of some good. In the first place, it was generally conceded that no blame could bo attached to tho subordinate officials 011 tho railways, the guards, stationmasters, and thoso connected with loading tho trucks and getting thorn ready for a start. To this class of officials due credit was given for tlioir zóal, atten tion, and caro. The blame scorned f>o be ascribcd to tho trafic manngors, ovon to tho Commissioner for llailways ; and it was boldly asserted that a sort of incompet...