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BERRIMA COAL-MINE. TRIAL OF COAL FROM THE NEW SEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

BEHÍUMA. COAL-MINE. tim a f. nv r'n.vr. lwmf thk nkw hf.am. Wr. ( iJmiihnrn ! irruid) mentioned uoino (.¡mo ago Llmfc a now seam of coal had boon opened in tíiis mino abovo tlio original workings. This in of a quality different fi-.'nn that of (ho old seam. Tho- latter is bituminous, and did not find favour for some purposes. Tho coal from tho now «nam in somibituminous, burns freely to a white ash without «linkers and appears to bo tin excel lent stoaming coal. A trial of six tons lian just been made at Messrs. Haye's steam llour-milla in Ooulbiirn with-result« satis factory. We aro authorised by Mr. J. Hayes to state that ho wan agreeably sur prised at tho result, a previous trial of coal from tlio old seam having rather projudicod him against tho flerrima coal. Ho finds tlio coal from tho now seam o bo ontiroly difforont in character. Ho dcacribo3 it as good steaming coal, burning very freely, without clinkers, and leaving only a white ash ; ho ia well satisfied with it, and is p...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING TO FORM A COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

■rUBLIC MEETING TO FOH1Í A CODEBING OLTJB. A public meeting waa hold last Wednesday afternoon, at Hanruhan'a hotel, Moss Vale, for the purpose of taking preliminary steps towards forming a club in the district. Sir. W. M'Court, M.P., was voted to the chair. Mr. Cooper, well known in coursing cirelcs, -was called «pon to inform the meet ing re certain particulars incidental to inaugurating a club. He was convinced that au excellent club could be formed in the district, but there wore a few difficulties to overcome. The principal was the obtain iinco of game, the demand for which exceeded the supply at present. No doubt sufficient coulíWíe obtained after the club was iaw^T^rtéd. Mr. Tooth had signified liifffll,ention of granting the club a ground. (Heaj, hear.) He gave certain other par ticule principally of a routine character, aucj premised his endeavours in the interests the ckzb. Mr. (S rah am. proposed, and Mr. Wade seconded la resolution that a club be formed, and t.lxit it be ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DINNER TO MR. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

DlNNEll TO Mil. VINOENT. Os Thursday evening last the member« of tho Bownil Brass JJund entertained tl»eir bandmaHter— Mr, George Vincent— at Eice's Hotel, Bowral, at a diiuior which rollected the greatest credit upon tJie host aud hostess. There was abundance dí the good things usual upou such occasions, aud the attendants being most courteous, enabled those preseut to thoroughly enjoy themselves. The chair was occupied by Mi-, iillsmore, who liad ou his right Mr. Viuccnt, aud ou his' left Mr. Webb. The vice-chair was jilled by Mr. Scott, aud there were present twelve members of the band. After full justico biid boeu doue to the excullent spread, aud tho visual loyal toasts drunk, Tho Chairman called upou the compauy to fill their glasses to tho brim "and drink to tho health of their esteemed bandmaster. Mr. Vincout had dono »11 in his power to instruct his pupils to read music and tho uso of their instruments, and was deserving of their heartiest wishes. Tin toast was drunk with "...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RULES OF BERRIMA DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

HULES OP BEllimrA BISTJUCT AGKICUL TOTAL, HORTIOUIiXU-RAL, AND ÍN'DUU TJIIAL .SOCIETY. 1. Tub Socioty shall be callad " The Bor num District Agricultural, Horticultural, aud IikIusi.rinl Society." 2. Tlis objects of tho Society shall bo the oneouiagemout of Agriculture aiul Horti culture in their various ramifications, in furtherance of which meeting,-; will be held monthly or otherwise, at which papers may be re.arl and discussions inv¡í.t¡<¡ on subjects connected with the Society ; and Exhibi tions held, at which prizes may bo awarded for all subjects approved of by the Com mittee. Ö. The office-bearers of tho Society shall be us follows:—A Patron, President, two Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Secretary, a Committee of twenty-four members, and two Auditors, who shall retire annually, but bo eligible for re-election. I. Au Annual General Meeting of mem bers shall be hold in the month of July each year, for the purpose of electing office befuv-rt!, altering and amending rule...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODD FELLOWS' CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

ODD FELLOWS' CELEBRATION. Tur first anniversary of fcltc Loyal Bowral Lodgo, Manchester Unity Independent Onlor of Odd Fellows, was celebrated 011 (ho evening of Ü10 2!ird ultimo by 11 dinner. Tlioro were upwards of fifty members pro Bont, principally of Mio local branch, though many woro visiting brethren from Sydney, Goulburn, and Moss Valo lodgos of tlio sarao fraternity. The cloction of oflice boarers for tho ensuing term was first pro ceeded with. Brother \V. A. Allerdice was elected to tho ollico of N.G., Brother Corneras N.G., BrotherSherrilï, Secretary, and Brother Piggott, Treasurer. After othor business of a private nature was dis posed of, tho company adjourned to Mr. Charker's largo room, where a tempting repast awaited them. Brother W. A. Allerdice, Y.G. of tho Bowral Lodgo, occu pied tho chair. Brother W. Webb, of the Wandering Minstrel Lodge (Sydney), sat 011 his right, and Brother Ager, P.G. of tho Moss Vaic lodge, occupied a position on his left. On completion of th...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

MITTAG ONG POLICE COUllT. Monday, «Tih.y '2. Bf.ouk Messrs. F. Il, Wilsliiro, P.M., ft nil II. CliiUls, J.L\ Tint I'. AT KNIN'O I, A SU U Ad I'.. C. W. Duvies, charged with using throntou ing language (o Charlo» Foggin, at Bowral, on the 1 till» ultimo, pleaded not guilty. Charles Foggin, on oath, deposed :• Am ft painter, und resido ut Bowral ; whilst going to my work on tho date mentioned in tho information, 1 overtook defendant on tho rond ; lio was in company will) liobort Woher ; I called out to them to got out of tho way; they each wont to diflcront bidog of tho road, and when I passed defendant said he w<juld pull me oil my lior.so ; somo further talk passed, and defendant callod mo a d— liar ; L »aid that was lino talk in ft street, to which ho rejoined, " I'll nip you before very long." Cross-examined at length by Mr. Goodfellow, who further elicited that tho altercation took placo on the Merrigang Itoad ; defendant was wituoss' iathor-in-luw. Uobert Weber corrob...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. Wkdnkhiuy, Jur,Y d, 388Í!, Bekoiíe F. R. Wilshiro, Esq., P.M., and Mr. E. Talo, J.P. I.UN'ACY. Sylvester Murphy, aged sixty-four, a fnrmer of Moss Ville, was brought before Llio Boneh, being of unsound mind. Dr. Madden testified that he liad examined Murphy, and considered he was suifering from religious mania, and had been in such state since May last. He considered him n (it subject l'or au asylum for insano per sons. The lionnli made an order for liia removal to Gladesvillo Asylum. mtl.'NKl'.MNM'SS AND 0J1R0ENITY. John Turncy, charged with being drunk, and acting in a disorderly manner; also for using language of an absence character, was fined fls for first, and 20s for second offence, in default of payment sevon days' imprison ment. ALLIKilil) TRESPASS. CIIAItKElt V. OAKLAND. The prosecution was that defendant did ou 1.11 o night of the 25th ultimo, enter complainant's premises, without permission, for an unlawful purpose. Mr. Goodfellow appeared on beha...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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HOW GENERAL GRANT ESCAPED ASSASSINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

HOW (¡EXKItAIi ü Ii ANT KSC.U'KD ASSASSI NATION. (¡KNU1U1. (iHAST, ill' a ruCLMlt conversation, said : •' Tho darkest day of my lifo was the day X heard of Lincoln's assassination. I did not know what il mount. Hete was llic rebellion put down in the field, mid starting up again in tin; gutters ; wo hud foufjlit it ils war, now we had la (¡¡;ln it us Assassina tion. Lincoln was Hilled on Ihi; evening of tho J-ltli of April, f was busy sending out orders (o mop recruiting, tlio purchase of supplies, and to muster out the army. Lincoln had promised to go to the theatre, and wanted me to go with him. While I was with the president ft note cninu from Mrs. Grant saying that she must leave Washington that night. She wanted to go to 13iirlinglon to sec her children. Some incident of a trifling mil lire had made her resolve lo leave that evening. I was glad to have it so, aa I did not wjiul to go lo the theatre. So 1 made my excuse to Lincoln, mid at lite proper hour we started for the trai...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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BERRIMA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

BEI! UI MA POLICE COUET. i UKí-UUY, J ULY y. Befoue F. R. Wilshiro, Esq., P.M , and Messrs. M'Court, Butlor, and Osborne, .Ja. P. FonsvTiiE v. STi'.ryiy.MsoN. Prosocutiou showed that defendant had been in the o m ploy of the Joadja Greek Oil and Mineral Company, and had left tho employ without giving tho Company fourteen days' notice, as requirod by their rules, showing also that defendant was indebted to tho Company A'U 7s 8d, biting atore goods advanced as wages. Mr. Goodfellow, solicitor, appeared on behalt of complainant, and Mr. Davidson on behalf of défendait'. Frederick Foray the, .sworn, stated : Was Superintendent of the Joadja Creek Mines ; remembered 2nd Juno lust ; Alexander Stephenson (defendant) left the employ that day ; some timo subsequent lie mot him on the road, but did not say anything to him about leaving theCompany ; lie (Stephenson) did not return ; did not give him notice to leave ; defendant commenced work on 1st September, 1W81 ; tho only agreement exist in...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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TREATMENT OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

TltEATMEN'f Ol' GUNSHOT WOUNDS. Tin: conpitions of « wound caused by n bullet pene trating «mi traversing tito tissues are essentially different from thoso of exposed or subcutaneous wounds. The woimd ^enoaUy contains a certain ijna'iiity of foix'i'íii bodies from bruising of' tlio tissues, »lang with, perhaps, particles of clothing carried in by tile ball. .Such seton-wounds, il» they are sometimes called, are not of a nature lo cicatrise imnudiatcly. To obviate their danger, cspeciidly whero bone« and joints are concerned, .M. liiteriu has adopted, with success, two modes of treatment, which may Im carried simultaneously, alternately, or successively, according to the complication of the wound and its different periods. These are—(1) antiseptic washing with continuous «liront«, and (2) pneumatic occlusion. In the former case he inserts in the oritiee where the hu'.lct enternd the conical nid of a tube of vulcanised caoutchouc; the other end is put iuto a dilute solution of carboli...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

ÏU1ÎSDAY, .Tin,Y 3. Before H. Guilds, Esq., J.P. Archibald Bell, Jhuiph Beavor, Thomas O'Brion, and Bernard Coylo wore iudictcd for drimkonneau, and lined 10a -each for such oft'eneo.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOURNALIST WAS TOO MUCH FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

THE JOUHNALIST WAS TOO MUCH FOll HIM. Some timo ago an Arkansas *-aper published ail article concerning a well-kr ' poli(.ioi.-in. There whs un evident luck of co'- -nt in the article, luid the politician warfj .. . Calling Iii» son, ¡i young niaii.who was s£u for the ministry, tliíí fivtiiev said :—" Sou, during .vom- theological studies you did not neglect your muscle, did you ? " "Np," roj.'.int] the young infill, : oiling up his sleeve and displaying a well-dovelopn'ï arm. ''I um pleased to see that .vor have neglected \nothiug that may bo of i.se in your business. The editor of the T.tt ' , a paper published over in Longhorn county, has iiminunted that I am ft liar aiîd an eminently recognised thief. I do not think that in juHticu to our family pride I can allow such u departure from pleasantry 10 go unpunished. 1 am not fueling very v.-ell my-Ji'l.', and I would like for you to go over and maul the gentleman." " I will go," i split I the /our.g man, " mainly to he revenged, es...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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A DEAR KISS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

A DEAR KISS. A coiiiirsrnxDKN'T informs the Timen oí a romantic, incident which has recently occurred in ft prosperous London suburb. A devote! young 1 ligh Church curate of interesting appcaninecar.d great popularity in his district, was wstiloil upon by a .young lady of considerable ut Intel ions, but with mi air of deep ini'binehol.Y, and clad ill somewhat ascetic garb. Arter some confusion mid the shedding of 11 tear, she revealed lo liim that she hud ventured to visit him on il mutter deeply aliceting her happiness, she fen red bar life. The curate naturally asked what it might bus but lifter several attempts to speak, choked by sobs, sho informed him that tlie matter was one of sueh deep importance that she could not impart it except at her own alude, when she adjured him ns her spiritual friend, by all he held sacred, lo visit her. After some conversai ion the reverend gentleman promised to do so, and tlu: next day be called at the address given lo him. The young lady with it...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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PROVERBS FOR THESE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

PBOYEBU.S FOB THESE DAYS. lÎKWAiu; of false prophets nnd pntint tooothnche drops. Look not upon the liorHo race ami monkey with the pool Heller, (or it is not wise to bet Hillens you can win. Try to guy the stranger who sojourneth in thy Iniid und seemeth meek und «id ; for oC such mo three-card monic men made. A wise woman will not light tlio fire with kero sene, hut will invito the servant girl to whom she owes three months' wages to ;ln the name. 11 a man smite thee on thy rieht check,.turn also to him thy left cheek, nnd purnciventure thou canst with grout ease plant a kick that will canse him to become discouraged and repent of hi.-i folly. The young man who dvmketh too copiously of firewater and trieth to "runa town" will surely come to grief, when in the fullness of time ho hath everlastingly hammered the stubborn limestone. • Experience is a high-grade school — course thorough, tuition free—but incidental expenses enor mous. The foolish man sayeth to himself, "X will blow in...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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A QUEER FELLOW TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

A QU IC KU I'l-'IiliOW-TlkAVKliliKlt. Tins day that tho incident f am about to relato look plane, I arrived ¡it Huston Station just an the train foi- Ihn north was about to start. I jumped into the nearest tirstelass compartment, the doorn of which, stood open, anil in which there was another occu pant. Ah the I rain moved off, my iiixt impressions of uiy follow-lrav.dlfr were the ruvcrso of pleasant. He was evidently a tidgoty, nervous sort of 111:111 ; he had restless grey eyes, without much expression in them, while his hair ami hearil were of a reddish hue. There wua on the scat beside him a small oaken hox, strongly hound with brass; and his eyes were constantly glaucing from thm box to me in i\ way that 1 did not at all like. 1 he;:an to have visions of Keniiin plots, infernal machines, and 1 do not know what. After regard i ni; mu .steadily for a few minutes, he said, "Is it possible, sir, that you are not uwurc of this camayo being reserved for State otlicials?" 1 looked aro...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

LOST, on road between Bowral and Berrima, a Silk Umbrella. The finder to be rewarded on delivery to F. R. Wilshire, Berrima._ BOWRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL. School duties will be resumed on Monday next, July 9th. T. W. HENRY, Head Teacher._ TENDERS. Tenders will be received up to Monday, the 16th instant, from persons willing to contract for the erection and completion of six-room brick cottage. Plan and specifications may be seen on application to C. WATERS, Bowral._ NOTICE To the Inhabitants of Bowral. The undersigned intends to start carting on and after Monday, the 16th instant, and hopes by very moderate charges and care in removing goods to solicit your patronage.   ROBERT SHAW, Shepherd-street, Bowral._ W. PIGGOTT,         PRODUCE MERCHANT.       Bong Bong-street, Bowral     Has always on hand Corn, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, &c. BEST QUALITY. LOWEST PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 7 July 1883

£1000 £1000     A FORTUNE FOR ONE SHILLING! The "GREAT BONANZA" Club       Consultation of the     MELBOURNE CUP, 1883, To be run about the end of October. Capital, £7,500. Divided into 150,000   Shares at One Shilling Each, 500 PRIZES GUARANTEED. Divided as Follows:— First Horse ..................................£1,000 Second Horse ............................. 500 Third Horse ................................ 250 Starters divide ............................ 500 Non-starters divide .................... 250 10 Prizes of £100 ....................... 1,000 20 Prizes of £50 ........................ 1,000 40 Prizes of £25 ....................... 1,000 100 Prizes of £10 ..................... 1,000 200 Prizes of £5 ....................... 1,000 Total ......................................... £7,500     [scroll down]       &...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Mittagong, Burrawang And Kangaloon Advocate
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IT ISN'T ALL IN BRINGING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 14 July 1883

IT ISN'T ALL IN I3BINGING UP. It isn't nil in " bringing' up," Let folks say what tiiey will ; To silver Hcour a pewter cup— It will be pewter still. E'en old vrisu Solomou, Who said, " Train up a child," If I mistake not, had a non Proved rattio-brained and wild. A n»;m of mark, who fain would pasB For lord of soa and land May have tho training of a son, Ánl bring them np full grand ; May give him all the wealth of lore, Óf college and of school, ' Yet after all makes him no more Than just ft dotent fuol. Another, raised by penury Upon his bitter bread, WlioHe road to knowledge is liko that The good of heaven must trend— Hh'b got, a spark of Nature's light, He'll fan it to a (lame, 'Till in burning letter bright. The world may read Iiis name. If it were n'l in " bringing up," Iii cnunsol lind iTstraint, Sonia rascals had been honest mon—.■ I'd bi'uu nivsolf a saint. Oh. it i*n't all in "bringing up,". Let folks say what they will/' Kr:ln,? ru y iim a silver cup— li will be silver s...

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AN AMERICAN BABY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 14 July 1883

AK AMERICAN BABY'S LKTTEIt. I)Kar old unnle, I det oor letter. My sick mammy, She ditten better. She evfi-y day Little bit stronger, Don't, mean to lie ill Very much longer. Daddy's so fnt, Can't harlly stagger ; Mammy says ho dink« Too much Inger. Dear little baby Had a lia i colic, Had to take three drops Nns-y paracolic. Took a dose of tatnip, Folt worse as ever, Shan't take no inoro Tatnip never ! Wind on stoinit, Felt pooty bad, Worse tit of sickness Ever I had. Ever had n belly ate, Old untie Hill ? 'Taint no fun now, Say what on will. I used to sleep all day And cry nil night ; Don't do ko now, Cause 'taint yrite. But I'm growing, Getting ponty fat, Ciain'd most two pound», Only think of dat ! Little tlannin blankets Was to big afore ; Nurse can't pin mo In 'em no more. Skirts so small, Iiaby bo stout, Had to let the plaits In 'em all out ; (jot a head of hair Jes as black as night, And big boo eyes Yat look mighty bright. Sty mamma snys Never did seo Any ozzer baby Half as s...

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SELECT POETRY. THE BEAN AND THE MOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Mittagong, Burrawang and Kangaloon Advocate — 14 July 1883

SELECT POET H V. Ter: he am and titk mote. Thk eagerness with \rtfieli wo nil seize on the moto in our hritiborVeyo, nu i aiv blind to the beam in our own, isjwttfsingiy set funli ¡11 the following from the .NV/r Maren Rsyiiter :— Tlti minister said last night, said lie: " Don't 1)0 afraid of givin' ; If your life ain't worth nothin' to other folks, Why, what's tho uso oí livin"?" An! that's what 11<ly to my wife, says I, There's Itrown, tho miserable sinner, Ho'iJ sooner n holgar would starve than givo A cent towards buying n dinner. I toll yon our minister is prime, hu is, Bui I couldn't quite do'ermino. When I hear 1 him a-givin' it right and loft, .lust who was hit hy his sermon. Of course there couldn't bo 110 mistake, When lie talked of long-winded prayin', For l'oters and Johuson, they sat and scowled At every word lie was sayin'. Aud tho minister he went 011 to sny, " Them's various kinds of chenlin', And religion'» ns good for every day As it is to bring to mccti...

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