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Murder by Boiling. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Murder'fry Boiling . St. Dennis has deon liorniioil by a cririno commited at the gum factory of Ivi'. Coignbt. Two workman. named J'cnnuo and Marin, lia.il an: altercation during tlioiv breakfast lionr. Joanne reiurnod to his \\fovk vowing vengeance against Marin, Ho afterwards throw him into a large vat of boiling gum; and hold him' idown to ' prevent his ' escape. Tho body of the unfortuimto Marin was taken, out by his fellow-workman, anu Jeanuo was arrested. An nttompt was made ,by t.he crowd to lynch' the prisoner.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Always behind time. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Always behind time. A dootoiv recently died who w:wtho oldest modioal j man in ft largo .town' in the wont ol Scotland. One i day, as this story goos, ho hud an cnfjiLyemotit with a wollknown'mcrohant: The hour of tJio engagement j was long past, and tho doctor wtia yatiing the. floor i of his Btiuly when tho gentleuir.ii- eamo in- with an j apology on his lipn; ''Nd mattoiviio matter;' said tho i doctor, with an impatient wave df his hand: "you wore always bohind.-1 remember,''-ho cairli " thirty years ago, sitting for ten'mortal haiu-s mthoHUJebaeU i parlor of your father's liouso waiting for you to be j born: 'You ore'always behind time." . u Flowers'1 of sulphur, blown on- with a'bellows is a euro for'rust in eolery, just as it is with mildow in grapes. A President of tho United States gets 200 or 300 lotterB a day, und probably not one-fourth of- them aro'upon any subject that can- properly, be brought'directly to his personal notice. ' A Gorman physician defines tho main diffe...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

JOHN G-. MORRIS, 'OpPdSIT® ll&HVVVAt StAl'Iotf, BOWJRiUi.; Also' at the- m!akt, Opposite- OLDPOs^dl%cli!'; ; AMD AT IvANdALOb^ #UWr ST'O'CK O'P' Seasonable Drapery, Clothing,' Millinery',, arid"' Farirfy Goods, General Groceries' of the best mrikes £nd brands. ironmongery in all its branches,. F~uriiiture,. feeddingv FaperfiangingW Glass'. and. Crockery Ware; Window Glass:/ Oils1' and Colors1, &&,■ ! V -'JL h ' ' 1 5 " " ' , 1 r " i ' ■■ ■ — ■■■• ^ i j.osk a. MOMS,, AUUTIONJ'IEE AND PEOPIlETY SALESMAN, Af. nt for X u* untf Life I.i< J nee.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Edison's Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Edison's Pr«i>Ii«cy. Kmsnx, tho in von tor, indulges in the following pre diction As to tlio changes wlaich will bo ofleeted by elootncly within fifty yeiiVB in tho city of Now York, I v.-tiulil say that I believe electricity will propel the curs of the street and elevated railroads, light. tho city within and without its buildings, fur. nifili powcra for nil purposes, worl: telephones, bur-' glar alarms, deliver tlie operas, convey parcels, do-' tool, and signal firos, oporato fire engines, and pos sibly displacu animal locomotion for vehiolos." ' -

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

CUIMtlWT IJVSiSTS. i A good harvest is anticipated in South An*-' tnilia. . ,f At sointi placos in Spain trains havn been blockod' by swarms of IocuhIs. : Tlio aihount of cold actually in .circulation csti-' limited to'lio ;l! 1,000,000. j Between the .vi-iirs 18C-l-18dU, (!7,.U12,8i2sovcreings' iwcro coined iu liiiighind. Tho w'oik in cciinicotion' with llic'ifiipHi'alion of the lino botwocnl'cnrilh and J'urnunalta is proeeo.l iiiff rapidly. ., 'l'lic luinniil ooat of thirty-two farm' schools iif; Prussia is it 17,01*0 Os., .C700(i 'of which is contributed'' by tlio Stnln. 58,'J,8:J0,72!l!l'fl.' of rtomcsfic tobacco leaf used in Atneiican manufneturos last year. Quantity ex ported, 23S,GS8,iIU0ll)H. ■ Two shops ill George-street, occupied by1 Iiloyd and" Collins and Mitchell. ltnvo boon sold for X!t0,0l)l)^ : which is equal to ,11700 per fool. Tlio Premier's lioaltli' still continues to improve, ■ and strong hopes nru entertained of a speedy rotur/r 'of strength to llio stricken li...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Newer Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

9'Jiu Newer Arithmetic. A woman plaoed four pounds .of cold moat and-:, aipclit slices of bread before a tramp. At (ho end of twenty minutes how much was left 'I ■ . A young man, by swearing off on cigars, tobacco, n'ld bonr, saved thirty oents jior day for six months, ..... How many frog supyers would this (jive him at 8. dole, per sue per ? • ... If it costs two hundred'dollars for a young lady to lourn painting and she turns out. two landscnpeH worth Forty cents a piece, wliat is (he net profit. A girl shot ten hares and . sold thorn for fifteen | poiiHo ouch. What was 1.ho total, and how much did | she havo loft after buyr'ng her father a shirt for lis, yd. I Tho averago woman groans one hundred and ■ twenty-live times per hour when she suffers with the , i toothache, whiln the man utters words every 70 soooivls. At the end of three 'hours how far ahead will the woman bo 1 A man in Richmond wound up an 8-day (lock for > Iftynnrn. How much time estimating three minutes tor eac...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Golden Rules. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

ftol(len Rules. A prominent banlror n-hti-ibtites hi? .success in business to the,cn.ro with which he 1ms obeyed those plain rulos:— TaliO time for eating, sleeping, anil' diges-. lion. Don't worry. Bo satisfied with your work,. after doing it well. Never ask another to do what -you ought to attend to personally. Bhun tlio slightest appearance of dishonesty: as you would'slum the plncue. Always vnoet your appointments ou timo.i Never late. If possible, not much a.hoad of the moment. Don't talk too much. Let your actions' spo:ik for yourself. Bo honest, even if yon lose monoy by it. s N.ever let business interfere with home duties. lieinember that money alone cannot buy peace, nor true friends, nor a loving family.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Salvation Army. TO THE EDITOR OF INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

The Malrntimi Arin.v. TO TIIU liDITOlt 01' INTKIiliKIEXCUV ,'Sni,—1 would lilfo (o reply briefly! to (,lio larticle by " W.A." which appeared in 'Intel \ligcnce on Wednesday lust. ! I tliink W.A\ ignorant of the'teachings of 'tho Salvation Army, or lio would not liuv'o writt'on tliat article. lio says—" Tlio poor child was !,iinglit that our God'is a grim monster savagely awaiting to catch tho croaturo Ho hub made." I liavo boon to soVeral-raootingB of the Salvation Atiny, and liavo novor, hoard any such thing taught or any such expression usod. They teach in the words of the Boole that our ." God is ;loVe." Thoy. touch "'Herein ir love,not that wo lovocl God, but that He loved us, and gave His Son to ho the propitiation for our sins." They certainly teach that God jlmtos sin, and: will certainly punish the f sinner if lio will not turn from his evil ways ;i- but they teach that " God sent not His, Son into Uio-world to condemn the i world,but that the world througlrFJim might fbe s...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Terrible Birth Mark. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

A TevrifoSe Mirth M'jtrjk. A jcjsr terrible .caso of human suffering and'one \vhiah has steadily lmflled medical science,reported in Springflokl, Erjo County, Pa. "Willinm Fiirgeson, when seven years of ago, was seized with severe pains,in his right liand, and though he is now 41) years of age, lie ba.fi been annually attneked, singu larly enough nl <in.cl» timo milTeiing more than at tho proceeding. Convulsions and paroxysms now visit him in exactly the-ssaine period of the year, and al ways at the samo hour in the siuue evening. He is now suffering tho most acute agony, and is visited by scores ol physicians, who iu every ease have been completely baffled. 13y this pcsuliar freak of nature his body becomes terribly contorted. Respiration almost ceases, tin;] he becomes for the time being unconscious, and on awakening shows overy evi dence of having passod through a most terrible ordeal. On being restored he becomos perfectly well, and is only troubled nt intervals of a ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL PRECEPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

WSSIFfiJffj PftlWEPTS. Fiiist catch your lover. Hold him when .you have him. Don't lot (50 of him or catch hold of every now ouo that comes aloiif*. Try to get well acquainted with him before you take liim for life. Unless yon intend to support liim, find out whether ho oarmi enough to support'yon. ' Don'l, miiko up your ■mind ho is an angol. Don't palm yourself oil 011 liim for ouo either. Don't lot him spend his salary on you; that right should bo reserved until after marrinyo. It you havo any scruples against marrying & man .with a mother, say so in time, that ho may either got rid of her to oblige you, or got rid of you to oblige her as he think best. K' you objcot to secrct sociotiofi and tobacco, il. is better to 001110 out with your objections now than Tosorvo them for oerfain ledums hereafter. Jf your adorer happens to .fancy a certain slmdo of hair, don't colour or bloaoh yours to oblij.ro him. .'Uomomher yonv hair belongs to you and ho doseu't. JJo suroit is the ma...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some new Geography. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Some new Geography. Of \vl\a(, is tho surface of tho earth composed? Of corner Jots, mighty pour roada, railroad trucks, and criokct-floUls.. What portion of tlio globe is water? About throo-fourths. Sometimes they add a little gin nnd nntmog to it. Wlmt is :i town ? A town it; a considerable collection ol Iioiikob anil inhabitants, with four or tivo rnon who run the party and lend moony at fifteen per cent. intevraL AVhiit is a city ? A city is an incorporated town with n mayor who believe.'! that the whole world shaken when ho hap pens to fall flat on a cross-walk. What is commerce ? Borrowing JiS for a day or two, and dodging tho lender for a year or two. Name tho different races. Horse race, hont raco, bicycle raco, nnd l'acing round to find a man to endorse yonr notn. Into how many elassos is mankind divided ? Six : being onlightened, civilizad, half civilizo.l, Ravage, too uttor, not worth a corct., and Indian agents. AVlmt nations are most onlightened ? Those which have tho m...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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SELECT POETRY. Beautiful Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

" 'H 13 IL E .€ T P O E T B y. JTCcumMJuI IHi.ttmytrii ehildhy thy mothor'-a Unco, .In tliy uiy.Hlio futiiio what wilt thou be.'? < A demon of Hin, or im nn|jol tuiblimo-i .A poiwn Ujin.s, or.innoisent thyme— A spifil of civil flashing down : "SVi'tli t'tJC Uti'iil -Unlit of a tliiry crown— C)i'i;liiliin,Mi|i wiiiiva Hliiiiiiiy lino)), • Like Mm morning «lur thai uo'er ioote back • Oiiintiest (Ii'cftinur that ever smiled, NVhich wilt, thou bq, my beautiful child.? linitiili'fiil child 111 my garden bowers, iVrionil oX the buUei'l'k'B, birds, and llowevn, I'uro «8 the sparkling crystalline Htroam, , dowels of tvuUi.iji tli.y fairy cy«» beam, Was tliisi-o ever a whil-or-f.oul l|iari thino W'ot'Hlii[)[m ! liy lovu i{i a mortal,Nlirnio ? A!,v. heart,l-linn heat gladiJeno.l for two sweet yoare, "Wv.li ViU'.ibtj'.VH of hope tlirouKh.niiiilM of tours— .Mists b'.76.iit-v.<hio!i thy tumuy tumlo, ■AVilli its Imlo of glory,' beamti nil tho while. '{Seautiftil child, to th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

.DAISY LATIMER.; ■ . V'..: :: ■ ■ '01v . ... yon Lovk on Wealth. ■c ha res it jr. . " II; is not worth thn kcopimt: lot. it ro. Hul. shnllit'?.answer, darling, answer mo, Ami trust ran nil in nil, or not lit all." Two persons wove walking in 0110 of. tho L011 .don parks 0110 lovely May morning. Ai'ound all was bright and gay - j • numbers of people, tempted forth hv tlio tint.) weather, were .strolling mutov the trees, or rocliniug 011 tho lieTK'hes. Tli!) merry voices of children at play wounded on till hands ; and often Daisy Latimor looked up with a smile to direct her companion's atocntiou to tho sports of sundry fair-haired boys and '{irlfj who romped on tho gr.ms. *'■: I do love toiuse children happy," saidDaisy pushinu: bsick her straw hut, and lottin.ee tho wind blow thu ynllow-curls on her snowy brow, and thy warm sun mk.im hev faultless complox sion. of wliite-iuul-rosft. nek off. by her siinplo gown of soi'Kj d('.w|i shade of blue. •Hor companion ;;ar<ed 011 he...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Singular and Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Singular" and Painful Accident* A necklace of red'Lot iron nearly deoapi tated Zaohariah Taylor,, a young man; 18 years olcl, working, in a rod mill at Jpbus town,.Pa. While lio was putting a rod'in tho reel, another. employee attempted to throw akinlc outoi therod. At the sanie'timo the reel was atarted,.and the kink instead of falling away from young Taylor, foil1 di rectly over his lioadj- and m nil instant the rod liofc'iron, about'as thick as a man's litll'e finger, was drawn tightly around his neck. ■L'lie reel was almost instantly stopped;.arid fcho.- rod', fotatehod; from it with an<--axo. [Thomas O'Neill then raised with his hands the Ted-hot loop of : steel that was wound around Tayl'or's neck and' twistod it loose. When : the men pickod Taylor up in their arms to carry him out of the mill', liis head fell Toward, revealing a ghastly wound in tho noek,. from which the- blood was drip ping. His life is despaired- of.

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Hanging v. the Guilletine [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

nfruigiiig v. Ot-R iRii!l!w£iuc At Inst it in beginning In bo recognised in Franco (the Lancet. siiyn) Hint tho brain oE tlio dpcapi'atcd cnmlnaUives, and consciousness is maintained, for an appreciable tinio, which to II10 victim may seem an ago alter (loath—an opinion wo strongly op pressed many years ago. Tin's ghastly fact—as wo' linvo no dnuiif. it is—being perceived, it is begin ning .to bo felt that oxcculions cannot any longer bo carried out. by tho guiliotino. 1'russic acid is now urnnosnri. Tf instantaneous dnalli b« desired, this is olearly inadmissible. Tho period taken to ter minate life by poison cf any kind must needs vary greatly with tho individual. In not a small pro portion of htsiaiicos wo fanny drath by yivussic acid would bo considornWv prolrnot,nd, and although long dvini; is not so Imrrib'o as living after death—so to nay—yet it is strongly opposed to tho interests of'.: humanity to prof,rant, the agony of a fellow-crou'ii 0 dying by iho hand of juHtieo. Kleo...

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Longevity of Astronomers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Longevity of Astronomers. ".If yovt wish to live lorfg,',' said Dr. Lan-: caster,.iu'G'eil it Torre," become an astrono mer." The Biographic Generale de_ ;1'As tronomies registers' dater of births* and death'of 17'il astronomers, belonging to all periods, and the mean length of life of the whole number is sixty-four years and three months. Out of 1000 astronomers 59G live to an hgo of : 7Q years ; 2G0 to. between 70' and 70; .120 to between' 60-and 81 r; 15 to botween 90 and 99, and' 3 to over 100'years. According to Profossor Kicardi the! period' allotted to the' three most illustrious mathematicalnames of Italy (Arohmodieans,. Galileo, and Lagrange) was 79, years and 8 mouths; 09 years and live mouths to 40 mathematicans of great reputation'; GG yrs. and four months to dO mathematicans of tho second ranlt.and G5 years-'and ten* montlis to 880 mathematicans of the'. third rank. Give fowls i'ntendod for brooders a froo rango until planting time at'least. This will keep tliem in a th...

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Lusus Naturæ. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

Lusiis Naturav :A cow belonging to Mr.- ft. Ilannaford. farmor, of Monkitteo, liad n, lioifer calf dropped oiv Suilday night last witlb two bonds and rio tail. The heads woro per feet and naturally formed. Tho calf only lived a fow moments aflor its birth. Anolher enw'belonging to Mr. Ilaunaford, at tho'bo ginnhig of last week, had a calf with its'lioad turned round on its shoulder, and its tail ■lying on ils back. This calf is living and t" doinjj well," as we sny in reference tp the species' of higher ordor. Mr Ilaunaford, who litter boon rearing caltlo for upwards'o'fa .quarter, of a cont'uryj has nevor,before"fhad any such malformation in' hord,ibut ill!, luck •in .these, as in other .affairs, if thero bo;auy truth iu tho old provorb, soldom cornea alone.

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Public Debate. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

<Publte' 3>el«!ttv On Friday evening next a public debate will take place at West ICangaloon between eleven ! representatives of the West and'Bast l£au giilobn Mutual Improvement Societies. The subject to be debated is " Which Las done and is doing the greater amount of good for' the colony, the miner or the.selector? The' debate will be opened by East' Kangaloon who/will.take up.the'-cudgels in favour-of the miner.- A lively interest is being-'tnani-' fe&ted in the approaching contest which' is', likely"to attract a large audience.

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FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

FACTS,' FUiV,, AND FANCY. , 1S08 wolvus, at a cost of 103,720 francs lulled in Franco lust year. '! James, my son, tako this letter to tlio post-office, "mid pay the poBtngo for it." After ft littlo wbilo the boy .fames returns highly clatod, and nays, " Father, l' Saw a lot of men putting letters in n littlo placo, and when no ono was looking I slipped yours in for nothing." ' An' author was boasting of a combdy lio* liar! written, and appealed to n friend ■ to wlioiii ho'bad read it to eonflrni his own estimate of itaoxcolloiico. 1 Tho friend gravely said : .". Your comody is ft great work—a very Horiona'work—a work that is by no meuns to bo laughed at!'' K ctslebralod lawyer waa having^iis head measured * nta fftshionablo hatter's tho other day. Tho man re marked ? "Why how long your-head' is, Birl" !'vYo3,'!:,Haid the lawyer^ ". wo. lawyors ,must have long heads.". The man wont on with his measuring, and remarked-noxt: "'And it is us thick as it is long, sir." ' I A fool, a bath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 15 October 1884

NOTICE. The proprietors of the Uowral Free Preaa and Intel ligence wilt bo happy to communicate with persons 'throughout the district willing'to bec'omo covrespoh donts to either or both the .ibovo journnls. AV. it 1). L. BEKR, Proprietora.

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