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A Story of Arctic Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

A Story of Arctic Adventure I A coiuiesponmsnt sonds Uio Pall Mall Gazette the - t following narrative of the privations Buffored' by a: Scotch whaler,:-" Now that, so- nmoh discussion hhaH boon .raised on the Bubjtict of Llio alleged can-: nibalismin the Grcoly.oxpudition, someinterest may': bo felt in anothor droadful story. of privation and danger,, whero a.similar temptation, was heroically resisted, an told by James M'Intosh, sole survivor' from,ono of tho>boats of tho wlialcr Chieftun. On May 20 last the Chioftan sent out four boats in chase of a wlmlo, two of which, ono commanded by Alex lindor liain, tlie harpooncr, lost tho ship, and fail ing to find her, shaped: their course /Or Iceland.. Sorao days after some of Bain's orew died, and and: M'Intosh tlion caine 'into Bain's boat , fromr the other to ant as steersman. Tho other only oc cupants of tho boat then woro Bain and a seamen, , . named M'Gregor. On the following, day l)ain I thought ho saw land, and they altered t...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR PRIZE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

OUR PRISE STORY. WE desire to stato that we havo awarded'to Miss . " Ada Goldsby" our prize of ? one guinea for tho best original story for . pub lication in IiilclUt/cnee. The iirst portion of the story, which is en titled " Ethel Garland ; or, Undying Love," will appear in next Wednesday's issue. The writer of the tale, who ba3, for rea sons satisfactorily explained, withhold her own name from the authorship,has been for a number of years a, resident of tho district, which fact alone should largely increase tho, public interest in the porusal of tho story. We are glad to note that our efforts to promote a taste for litorature in the district have.not been altogether in vain. In addi tion to tho prize story several others have, been received of considerable merit. Persons wishing to read the story..should forward their namos to us as siibsoribors,be fore next publication Primitive Methodist Missionary mooting r.t ,Bo\v rallast evening. ; His; Lordship the Bishop of .Sydney in at pr...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

JOHN G. MORRIS, OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, . BOWRAI ALSO, AT TEE. MART, OPPOSITE. OLD POST-OFFICE;. L'UJUJJ STOCK 01" Seasonable Drapery, Clothing, Millinery; and Fancy Goods. General Groceries oi' the boat inakc3 and brnuda.. Iionmongery in alL its branches,. Furniture, Bedding, Paperhangings, Glass and Crockery "Ware.. "Window Glass, Oils, and Colors, &e.\ JOHN" GL MOIiRIS; AUOirOKEEE AND: PEOPER.TY SALESMAN,". Client foi f jio diid Life Lis'uanco.. 0

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Picton Lakes. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

Tho Picton Lalccs. Ik a-doscriptivo catalogue of ilio Dnnliam Court Estate, issued by MossrB. Gibbs, Slml lard, anil Company of Sydney, tlio letterpress matter is, Rays Uio S. M. Ilerald,'printed in two colours,:and is accompanied by. several lithograph views aijd plans of the estate. Denliam .Gourt.stands on the brow, of one the hills wliioli form-.the basaltic rango, ris ing on.tho;-wcst of- the lino,, which, are m®t with'- soon after the-railway-traTeller-fleavos the- old - town,of. Livorpool, and nlouff the foot of-which tho southern .milway winds ffu nnies, until it begins to -mount the table land abovo Tioton, and ascends gradually to an elevation of over 30001't. above sea lovel. It is justly observod that among tlienatural wonders along this line, within oasy access, perhaps the greatest is -the, Picfcoti Lakes, within lialf-a-mile of whore tho train stops to water. " Hero is a large like,: crescent shape, .800 vfeet above sea levol, over a mile in length with .a depth of wa...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Guinea Protectorate. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

.The New. Guinea. I'rotcctoratc. :? IN :? reply.: toa>questioni in the House of Commons last Thursday, tho Hon. A. Evelyn Ashley, Purlin- i men tary,>. Under. Secretary for tho Colonies, stated that it was impossible at the present time to define i tho inland limits , of the British protectorate about i to be established.at Now Guinea, but thojurisdicton i of tho Crown would be extended as far- inland aril local circumstances demand. Tho Hon. A. Evei.y/l i Ashley, infoimed the Houso that. European trlllo luent upon.tho island would bo ? prohibited for t/,a. present, and also stated that no agreement hnd.b£<;;V . entered into between lliu British and Gorman Govern " ments relative to tlio occupation of tho northern, i portion of New. Guinea by .Germany.. He furthor . intimated: that tho protectorate covered British juris f diotion over foreigners, and.that tho ultimato settle- . ; went; of- affairs in the f territory under British rulo ? would bo .left in the hands o...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER. III. "If this be love, tell me how much?" [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

DAISY LATIMER: F0R;LpVE ov Wkalth. ' qilYPTEH. III. If this be lovo, toll nio how, much .?"? AND, wis lie false and fickle? Had he indeed Qlily made.tho appointment, so full of meaning, qjily to break ij; wantonly, and cause, n young trusting heart ? acute ? anguish, , ,the ,.'koon i .. pain ? of wounded pride; , and;. hurt, affec tion? Was Ivo .Stephens .capablo of s\icli deceit? ? Meii have been, so, but ho was not. His heart i was Daisy's own. lie loved her truly and woll; : but in the few, Ijours which interviewed between their parting in the Regent's Park and his as signation in.Mulbury Road, lie had gone tlirough , a.iiory oidcal. Returniug to,his lodgings, he-found a, friend j waiting to ;soo .him in his, studio, a friond by name .Reginald Yane^ a rockloss, extravagant youth, i yot onco for whom Ivo had a warm :i'e .'gard.,' As ho swung back the curtain, which voilod: tlio door of; his studio, and ontered to.porcoivo a young-man. reclining, in. Ivo's arm-chair and. smoking ' ...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECT POETRY. Coming Home at last. (On the proposed removal of the remains of John Howard Payne, author of "Home Sweet Home," to his native country.) [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

S E. Ii. E. C T> I* O E T It; X'., Coming Home at last.. BY,-WIMI CAKLETON.. (On : tlio.proposed removal of Iho romninp, of John, Howard 1'ayno, author of " Homo SJwoot IJomo,'1, to liis.naiiv.G country.), TiiK'batrisliiuent was.ovorlong,. But, it will soon bp past: Tha man who wrote Ifomo's sweoiost song, , Ir comjng homo at Inst I For years his poor abode was scon In foreign lands alono, AndwttvcB.hayo thundprod loud botwcei), ' This singor, and hia own. But bo will soon bo joufnoying, To friends aorosa tho sea ; ' And grander than, of any. king Iljs wolcomo licrq shall,bo 1, Ho cannot aomo with ohcorfnl brow,, Aiid,stcp;of conscious pride; Ho will,not hoar the tributes now That fall op every sido.;. And whon, wo loll him(how his rich. Sadistrains our heart havo sought,, Ho cannot iel) the pricc nt wliich 'Tho.yearning wordH wovo bought I; And silently, this man must come Unto.thp waiting throng Ayho gave u.tvumpot voice to.Homo,, And thrijlpd the world.with,song!; 1 JJp.wandor...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIZE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

P1UZE COMPETITION., Otmprizoof 28.,Gd. for the best aorostic oni Intelligence baa been awarded to Mrs. Baker,. Btindanoon, for the following ingenious, double acrostic: ? Tho primula mid finals, both react downwards,.?will! give tlio anawor to this acrostic-" Intelligence."' It. will also bo observed' that' each word spoils .back-.: wardu.and forwards alilco. ? ' 1,. a personal,pronoun ; 2, part of the day !); a>. town of Now South,Wales; -1, a female sheep ;; 5,. smooth, Hat; (!, saiuo.asfi; 7, a French adverb;: 8, a river of .Victoria';" 9,. a female Biblical name 10, a town in Mcath (Iroland); XI,, relating, to .at c.ity; 12, part of the faco. : I l N 00 N,' '1' umu T' 13 w. 33; I;, eve. Ll L eva- L, I' O' ], IT lenel. Q 13 v IS: V,":s avitti!; N C Ivi- C E y . 13'" We have also received, the following -? I n tho long middlo ages of darkness I wot,, N:ews was eagerly sought for, but hard to bo got.1 T 'hough people asked ever-" What does the .world 1 say?" 13 ver tho world in ...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCENE FROM MOUNT GIBRALTAR, NEAR BOWRAL. A MORNING REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

SCENE", FROM IIIOVNT J 55 KILT A 51, NEAR StlWiM^ A MODNIAT; KEVERIK On-r morning bright-,1 thongJid- I'd iike to driuk'of nature's wine : and Blraightway soughtlllo cup that overflows.. I found a friend-my thoughts to him revealed-And soon to sco from olT Gibraltar's mount wo onward inovo, ami in the coil rue of time perceive that oaeh ascending footstep unto ns reveals tho charms of natrn'o lying at our foot. Tho higher wo arrive,' the sight bocomcr. moro onohant ingraud all around oreatos a thrill of wondor in our minds, : Intently do \vc gazo.now at tho mighty wall of rock standing forth so boldly;heforo our eyes; surrounded: arc wo on all sides by smaller onus, yet ponderous.andigrotesquo., Soon, and' with aching limbs, tho summit's reached, and wilh.indcscribablc wonder wo cast our eyes from off the top.to that which, lieth at our feet; and in a reverie of bewilderment wo fall as still wo gaze, Onward we movo, but ore a distance long is covered,.wo- halt and cautiously approac...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Young Incendiary. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

A Young Incendiary. Uouim.Ess a good sized'book might bo written nlioiut: the tricks school-boys have practised'to-shirk school duties, but a youngster . attonding the Giralambone > jiubliqschool has developed an .idea which :wo think lhust bo detaicd . an original one. It happened itlmt ?whiloMivJO. Jfoord, thoteacher, was absent fromtho school,. u.horsoman camo galloping up to him, - and Stated that the building was. on fire.. Mr. l''oord hurriedly, repairod to.tlio scene, and. found a lice blading, alongsido the school-building, which was speedily extinguished with a few buckets of water. Upon, investigation of the affair it was found, 'from the spliiiLorcd bits of [lino boards and other inllam -mablomaterials scattorod urouiul, that an. attempt had been- mado by some.person unknown to- burn down the school-room; The matter was placed m the f hands of the police, and a tracker traced foot steps to the house of a young lad who was one of -Mr. HoovdV scholars. Tlio boy was appre...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bathurst Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

A It;if InirsJ Boy., V,vot.v. Fuu of September. 13, ' gives a. cartoon jiorl.iiii iif Bonnor, and " Jehu's" biographical ukolcli.it*- <ts. follows:-His. father svas,from Jfore for-Lpiiiru, h.s his molhor, was from Lancashire, nml ho was born ci^lit-iincl-lwonty years ago ; at Bathurst, Now South Wales. lie was Hont to ; schooj,,apd,ho,wont into tlio bush, attached himself toishcep.famiing, and loarncd to shoot, to ride, to .run,, and,hi^ now.' come to. his mother, country to represent Australian cricltot as one of tho Australian' Eleven. Ho is a.quiot; amiable, low-voicod, comoly giant, standing six foot six- in his boots, meusuring 1 4j5 inches round:the cheat, and,weighing 17,stone all lllit 211)3. Iio has thrown a crickot ball. 129 yards: llo can:bowl very, fast indeed,, and is a very hard hitter. Ho is a (ino runnel- too, and is the 100 yards champion of Now. South; Wales. Ilo - is noither a smoker nor a drinker, lie is gentle , and goori-linmour.-:. . od, and is alto...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Relle of the Seventy Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

of tire Seventy Flood.'; A I'AHTY of, miners at Aiuluon .a Tow vdays ago un earthed nn;,oii(?ino wliioli wns lost: in t.ho Hood of-:. 1870.' Thocnyino was the propoity of Mr. F. W'iso, who, after jt"was,carriod away -by tiio. Hood, offerodft largo Toward for.its recovery.- It was unearthed in . .the bod of llie oreok,-- twenty/eofc-of-earth innst lmvo . oovered it. AVith the exemption of a little rust, tho , engine is none tho worse for its fourteen years inter- : I iiiimt. -Bnudv.'ootl News..

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Execution in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

Execution -in Melbourne. , Tun. oxecitlion of William O'Brinn, sontonced to i Uoatii for iliti murder o{.l'eler M'Ainsli,-nedr. Lanco- . field, was carnal out. in the Melbourne. gaol- last , Friday.. The cowlojiinod man-WAS. calm Tand.com- , posed.- U a made no<.con(assion.Iu:.reply- .lo. a giicsljon,' bo- said ho luul no statement. to malic... Albert William Jones, who lakes .Upjobn's place as hangman,. curried out tlio sentunee, and when tho drop fell death was instantaneous. , It is not known il' deceased .mado any confession .to .his Hpritual adviser.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
All England Eleven Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

AU. England Eleven ri.vtiircs. IN a few days Sliaw'd Knp;lish tflovon will: arrivo ul Adolaidu, where thoyiopen their colonial, oanipnign on Oclobtsr.fJL aiul following days against J^iflcen of South Australia. Tho following is a list of thoir fix tures up to tho end of January: October Ml, November 1, :i, -l^v. Fifteen of" South Australia. November 0, 7, 8-v. Fifteen oHCensington Assoai ation, Adelaide. > November 11, 15, 17, 18-v. Victoria, at Mel bourne. November 21, 22, 21 25-v. Now- South Wales nt Sydney.. November 20, 27,-v, Ilawkcsbury distrit, ftt Windsor.; * , . i. ? , November' 28; 2D1-vivcounty' Gnniborlaml at Pamir. .nmtta. ' December 1-, 2,.3-v,, Clareneo- llivcr, district at (iiitfton. Dcfipuilwir 12, 13,.15, 1(1-v. Austialian Eleven at ' .^lelaido (probably). Drcniilirr 2,"., 21-v. S'.pdhnist. & ember 2li, 27-v. lJallaial. JlHiuiii'v 1, 2,.:), 5-v. Combined Australian Eleven, u Melbourne. January II. 10-v. Wollfmgong. .Vint'iny 12,1"-v.Candalo District. .'J...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lion Taming Made Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

liion Taming Made Easy. We learn from a London papur llmt. Hie latest appli cation of. electricity is an invention mado in tho interests of lion-tumors, which consists of an appa ratus of great power, slmpcd liko: n stick-, about ii.J foot in length. Mr.. .Rauspach, Ihoinventor, is a Hon-, tamor himself, who has hcen " a good deal worried"' during-a loii|{ and professional, carcciv _ I to has al ready experimented witli it upon tlui denizens of tho cages in hia menagerie, and relates tho ditToront ef fects upon tho brutosi Threo of his lions receiving tho shock immediately showed'signs of the greatest torror. Thoy were seized, with troubling and growled fitfully. Tho tiger was moro-_ quickly sub duod, became stupefied, and.crouched in tho:comer of the ongc. Uruhi.was moro rofractory. to electricity which seemed scarcely to- nltoet liim. lie would growl dridishow, his:t00lh,'l)ufr,was subilncd after re peated discharges. Tho most astonishing olToct, however, were percoptiblo in tho b...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

Cricket. A. mhktino of tlio Uppor Mittagong 0. C.-was hold at .. Mr. W, Whatman's on Saturday last, Thoro was n good.iUlondiinco of members present, and stops wore - talten for beginning tlio bchboh yory shortly. 'Wig ? account from., last soason was viiry. BatiBfuciory, allowing n. balance to tlio omlil of tlio club, and a Rood supply of criuketing material, whioh inuUideo.a now matting, no that clubs visiting our criokotovs will not bo plncnd nndorany disadvantage., During tlio evening My. IL Budgo, wns the . recipirtul ot n, handsome silver trophy which was given by Mr, J. JiOMby as a prizo for tlio bent balting-avcrago-foi' the seasons 1SS8-J. Mr. Jludgo was also. Oiowinnoi' of tlio bat presented,, by, Mr. Jil., ltico o£.Bo\vnil for the highest single innings scoro in a- mntoh ; and Mr. W. i'ord won the bat given by the club.for tlio second highest: b<iUhig.u,yorago, r.ud alpo.n, trophy for bowling. Mr. Jno. Griffiths was ohoson presi dent, ottho olub, Mr. H.Kudgo vie...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

Tenders.;Accepted;.. . Tire following tendors for the conveyance of mails, from the lnfc January,. next, have baeti accepted by the (jovonimeuli: To uml from railway station mid pont-ollico, JIoss ?Vnlc, fifteen limes or.oftGiicr a wee!;, including the clearanccof tlio letter receiver at the. railway station oncc ri day.-Luke .Miiloin?., conveyance .drawnby one horse, !i years, ,(.'05 pur annum... To mid from post-ollice, Moss Yule nn<l Borrima,. 12 ' times a week-Timothy . Ilegarty, horseback, 3 years, ?JUCiu per annum. . To mill from Moss Vain and Sutton Forest,'on ar rival of,morning train from Sydney Bix times a week -Timothy Hoj/arty, horseback, three .years, ilQO por annum.. . To and, from ,lffos8.<Valo, . BnrrowanK, Bobartson, Jamberoo. and Kiama, six times a week-.-Owen Maloneund Pntriolt Cflbill four-wheeled vehicle, one or more horses, i» yeara, £d00 per annum. . To and from Moris .Yale, Yarruiifiu,. BarrentjaiTy, Kangaroo .Yullnv. flainbewana, and Is...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cooking Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

Cooking Potatoes.: A SCIENTIFIC writer asks .should ipotatoes bo, .poeloJ > bcfqi-e cooking, or. should they bo boilod in their . jackets? I say most dccidodly in -their*' jackets, and ." willstatomy reasons. From-iitty-lhrceto fifty-six : per cent, of saline constituents of tlio potato is potash, . and potash is an .important constituent of blood.- - so important* that,in Norway, where scurvy once pro- . vailed very'seriously, it has been banished ninc-e tho <? introduction of tho potato, and lacoordiug to Jjang : and : other good|j.authoritio3,.it iB: owing to the usa . of this vogetablo by a people who formerly were . insuffifliolitly stipphcd>:wiSh saliiio vegetable - food. . PotnsU salts are freely soluble in wator,. and I find that the .wator in which potatoes. havo been boiled contains potash; as may bo proved by boiling it down to concentrate, then filtering and adding tho ? usual potash tost, platinum chloride. ,,It'is evident ; that the sltin of. the potat...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

!/ifer:ii\Y aii<ri>cl>;iU»!J Society. ATTENTION is flircotort lo nniulvorliaoiuont in iinothnr . column antiouiiciiiK t/mt n mealing will bt> licld ."it, liacliuloru' Mall (Into posl-oilioo) 'thin (WcdiiGBtlaj') , uveniiiK at 7,110 o'clock, for llio purpoiu) of .establish ing n literary uml,debating Rocioty in Bownil. Wo ; Jiopo . to sou u lingo attoiiilmicu of poisons lit tlio . mooting ami tho flucccsaful formation of.a olulj'of so i useful a clmraulor iih thiiL referred to... Oun" prize story, will bo. connjicncod; in. noxt wook's Jnlclliyonce.. Indignation mooting respecting the liob-. ortson railway at Burrasvang lust ovoning. THE new Wesloyan parsonage afcBowrali is completed and .tho lfav. 0. Olden ,has just. removed thereto. Bowtur, and Moss Yalo wore well:veprc-s sontcd ,.at the railway mooting at Burru-. wang yesterday evening., A HUNTING of tlio committoo.of'tho Bowral I School of Arts will bo hold Uiis (Wodtiosdiiy/..t afternoon at four .o'clock,. Tli...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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