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OPEN COLUMN. [WITH a view of inviting discussion on topics of the day we purpose occasionally inserting contributions under the above heading Correspondents must avoid personalities and deal only with matters of pulic interest. We do not necessarily identity ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] THE SALVATION ARMY: ITS INFLUENCES ON SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

<C<DMI1<J1V. [Wini 11 \io\v o£ inviting dismission 011 lojiicn of the 'day \Yo pm')ioKii oucHsumully iiiKiTtiiifj ountiiliulioaa nndor« tliu libovo iliuiwlinfji Con-uiqioiiluints ...lmiHti ,avi)id j)L>Lao)iivlities itnil doul only wilh niiil'ius of puliiiu iniurohl. Wu do not liiiucwiuily idiiii;it'y oi'u suhoa with tho ojdnioiw of our coiruujKJiiijviilh.J I'll 111 SALVATION' AKMY: ITS INFLtJj^NCUS ON SOCIETY. .ANOTJIKII poor deluded wretch has hanged himself under religious frenzy wrought up to mildness by ?. couatiuit attendance at tho Salvation Army meet ings. Tim services of theuo zealots bt ing so fanatical , nnd appealing lo the emotional part ofour-natures,, i together. with tho mental distress they cause loi liighlyriiervoiis tcmperamonts, fretjuently projuea nwnia thill cuds in suicide. The awful denuncia tions Ihu preachers of tliu Army maku concerning tho.unrcnounced vicos frighten tliu mora sensitive ' ? sinnero who. perhaps, until the...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Theatrical Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

The New Theatrical {regulations. THE now regulations witli regard to tho issno of theatrical licenses havo beon publinhocl, unci will bo rend with interest by tho amusemotit-loviiif; inhabi tant!) of Now South AValoa. Tho rulos luid clown aro very plain and dccidedly stringent, but not by any moans too inuoh' no; as in tho jjust,: not only havo' unsuitable placcsbeon licensed, lmt ovon our loading, theatres and music halls hava not como up to tho re quirements which reasonably should bo demanded. The means of ingress and eyre.'is have boon iusnfli ciont; tho acconiinodatiou has bean ineonvonient, and tho gangways and passages Imvo not been wido enough. Tho now rules rectify nil these. They provide that each visitor to any licensed place ol amusement must havo not less than four square feed ol room ; that nil seats are to lie numbered ; tho plans of. cach section of the building aro to bo ex exhiled in tho vestibule. Ample provision is made for efficient lighting, and also for precau...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

JOHN G. MORRIS, OPPOSITE RAILWAY, STATION, BOWKAL , " f , t Ji-C, 1 " . ' 4" ? : .ALSO AT THE MART, OPPOSITE ,OLD POST-OFFICE.; AND AT KANGAEOON. i?ULI< STOCK 00? Seasonable Drapery, Clothing, Millinery, .and Fancy Goods General.. -Groceries of thelibest makes and brands Ironmongery in :all its branches Furniture, Bedding, Paperhangings Glass and Crockery3BWare Window Glass, Oils and1 Colors, &c. < JOHN G. MORRIS, AUCTIONEER AND PROPERTY SALESMAN, Agent for Fito and tLifo Insurance. C

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

- STATISTICS. ' Tho nowspapcr statistics oC the United Kingdom' :;«ro bocoming prodigious* Tliero are now.SiK) jour-. httls daily and weekly published in London mid its; .subuibs ajouc; whilst tiio total iu tho lest of .the1 kingdom is 111,7. Scotland has 1,71) newspapers, and ^Ireland 100. The whole numlw"' ol dcolois in Groat Britain is ;25,u:ty. , Qf this imro'i.t'i }117 am in London, J.1,775 on the provitui.u 220G in Scotland, 2130 ill Ireland, 1717 rwdoituroad, .nnd 1(4!).'! uro in tlio; ,4iriny and navy, tli(i lmliun medical sorvice, nnd tfje mercantile marine). ,During tlio last JO ycius tliero liavo boon 10 di vifiioiiH iu tho .House of (Jonimous on the question of . .the enfmm;]iinenient of women, with tho following results. In 1807, for women's sutferage, 01 against 302,; 1870, 119 against 21J ; J871, 159 against 228; 187J4, i Gii agairitit Mi; 187i$, 172 against 2ii9 ; 1875, 170jiigainst 205 ; 1H70 ; llil against 2'18 ; 1878, 155 against 2;)5; 187!), llSjl against 215.; 1...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mittagong Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

jtSUtiigong Diamonds. I IT is likely (says ilia Cootamundra Herald) that a field will bo opened near Mitlagong which promisos to bo wealthy in gold, precious stones, and diamonds, Wo-jYcru shown yesterday by Air. James A. JJiiekay a diamond about the size of an average pea, in its naturul, unpoliBhod stato, which the government geologist litis pronounced to bo of ' very good water,' though a flaw in it will deteriorate its value. Ciicon sapphire sfconcB have been found in tho same locality, besides some good prospects in gold. A man named lHinstan was tho original prospector of this field; and parties havo now beon formed to dovelope it. About ISO acres in all have been taken up, but only ono claim is at present working-that ol Dunstan and party. . " . . .

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

I'olicc Changes, WK understand tlmfc a series of changes in the police.department in this. district are about to take pi nee. Mr. Constable Robert Jones, of Moss Vale, lins boon appointed lockup-keopcr at Camptoolltown, and will be succeeded at Moss Vale by Constablo Davios, of Campbelltown. Constablo Smith, of Mittagong, Las been appointed senior-con stable at Moss Vale. The Mittagong vacancy will be iillod by Constablo Waters, of ;Ber rirna; while Constablo Rogers, of MOSH Valo, will bo removed to Berrima. Tlie changes, we are informed, will be mnde during tho coursrf of the forthcoming week.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

CWJRBtlSNT KVIOTS. MESSRS. Kidman's building : in (ieorge-strcet, Syd. noy, hud a miraculous owapu from being dutitroyod by (iro hwt .Saturday evening. A shopkeeper in Biilianit has boon lined JE2i"i for selling 11 bottle of American hop bitters which con tained OA perconl, of alcohol. A uian named Fox, a conic on iv Murray River steamer, litis; committed suicide by jumping into tliu th« ltivip Goulburn. Twice bofuro ho hud attomplod self-destruction. ???????. A very destructive liro occurred at ]furling Har bour 1 uisl I'Yiday evening, when tho promises occu pied by .Simon Zollner, a gulvaiiiHed-inmworkor, wero destroyed, Estimated daruiigo about £12,000. A destructive lira took placo in tho city of Copen lmgen last Satimlay, resulting in tliu total destruc tion of tlio Amalienlmrg palace, which wan the rosi doncu of tho lioyal Family, and tho Danish J fouHC o( Parliament, Tho uniouut of tho damagu is vory large. A fatal accident oecurrod on the railway lino noar Qnoanbeyan on Wedn...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wesleyan Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 8 October 1884

E'Vurefe;! itEisstorq. 'I'm; . in.-in1 mi.' .'£ -.nin '.Vof.lt v.i'i Koi .ij'ii Mia ? fiioni.-y LWIuty on M'oiiit.'iy t 'Miiit'.t 1.184 in Ui-. W,:1 (. ":i inih, llowi-jii. Thiwv.yuhor bcim? rather iiui'avoi-.ible, i.h<> atiimduneo w«n vcvy Mr. K. I.'. Irio .lli liinl imjoii imkoi to Kko tbo ? (ihnir, but. mi suiemtiit of iJji' u:t;n|.<uMH lie was unavoidably pvovnnind from ilninjj ko; anil mii-orditi'slynpi>loi;ium. Air. J. (t. ATon'is was ilieanpim olocledclmiriuan. Tho uiciilui}' united 'vi'H siv.ijiny and pi'iiver, aftor whiuli tlio R.'v (J. OiJ:'.n iimiI the previous year's tiniinr.iiil report of thin uirenjt. Mr.Oli'iu' said lio? Iiopcil tho money ir.ititd in this circuit IhU your for tho mission fund wouiil nmuimi lo .-lifSO.. He suid ho would liked lo linvo iwv.'it r. liucoi' ..'oniiiTijalinn, but ho always liked 10 givti limns who came lbr<im>h thu mud nnd wot tlio \wv beat, us ho thought they de served it. I>r. Kolyrmck \YIW the...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

JOHN G. MORRIS, OPPOSITE Kail-way STATION, BOWUAT. ALSO' AT TIIE- M-A11T,' OPPOSITE- OLD POSI'-O'FFICfr; AND AT KANdALOO^ tf'u ivri.-. s t'o'6 k O,P' Seasonable DYapefy; Clothirigy' Milliner^,. and". Fahdy Goods; General Groceries' of the best makes and brands^ Ironmongery in all its branches,. Furniture, Jjeddfngv Pkper&angingsy Glass' and- Crockery Ware'* Window' Gfasfe; Oils' and Colors5, &&? JOI-IN a. MGRKlSi AUC-TIONEER AND-PROPHETY SALESMAN^. ilgi'nl for Fire und Life Insji ante.

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

Always Ixiliiutl time. A DOOTOivrccontly died who w:i>>1lie oldest moSionl'i man in n. largo town'in tho wont of Scotland. Ono i day, as tlib'story goos, lio hurl an engagement with a wo'lUtnown mcrohant. The hour of tho engagement was long paet, and tho doctor wna 'i)aaing Iho i floor of his Btudy when tho gonilemr.n camo in1 with an apology on his lips; 'Nd matter,110 matter;' said tho doctor, with an impatient wave Of bis hand: "you were alwaysbohiiid.- I remember,''"ho Biiirlv " thirty years ago, silting for tetrmortal henrs in thollt{Je back parlor of your father's liou'so waiting for you to bo born-.' You ore'always behind tirao." Flowers1 of sulphur, blown on' with a'hollows is a euro for'rust in colory, just as it is with mildow in grapes. A President of tho United States gets 200 or 300 letters a day, and probably- not ..one-fourtli of- thorn arc'upon any subject that can- properly be brought' directly to his personal-notice. ' A Gorman physician dolines tho main difl...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murder by Boiling. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Nlimlcr'Hty ST. DENNIS has cloou homfiod by a crimo commited at tlio gum fee Lory of M. Coigutet. Two workmen named : J'onnuo aatl- Mivi'iny lmil ftn: altrrcation during thsir'breakfast hoiuv Joanno returned to his Work vowing vengeance against Marin, llo afterwards throw lnrn ; into a large vafc of ??boiling-gum; ; and hold'Lira 'down to' prevent his' escapo. 'l'bo body of the unfortunate Marin was taken, out by his fcllow-workmUn, and Jeunuo was arrested. An attompfc was made ,by the ; crowd to lynch' tho prisoner. :

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempt to destroy the Houses of Parliament, Quebec. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Attempt to destroy the Houses of'Par liaiuent, Quebec. Two Sriccossivo ox'plosions of dyiiamite took place lust Saturday outside' the Houses of Pai'limeht,- Quebec..v A largo"amount of dninage was done to tlio building, one-half of which will require to bo rebuilt,. A num ber of men wlio were working on the bullet in g reooived injuriea.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Try. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Try." Wk take tho following from the' American JOrugght :?- L , Try popcorn for iiiiuRoa. Try cranbcrry for miliaria. Try ginger nlo for stomach ci'arapfe.1 . Try'gargling lagger beer for euro of aoro ilirpat. Try swallowing saliva' wlicu troubled with a sour stomach. Try eating frosh radishes and yellow tur "nips for gt'nvol. ,,, Try eating onions and horse-radish' to' re lievo dropsy swellings. . Try bulter-millc for removal'' of freckles, fan, and butternut stains. Try' hot'flannel'ovor tho soat of neuralgic pain, aud ronew frequently.1 Try takiug cod liver oil in tomato catsup if-you want to make it palatable. Try snuffing powdeiod' borax up tho nos trils for catarrhal " cold in the headl" ,. Try talcing a nap in tho afternoon if you are-going to bo out late in Llio evening. ? Try' hard cider-a winoglassful' three iimosa'day- for'ague and rheumatism. 7 Try breathing tho fumos of Uivponfcino or carbolic acid to roliovo wliooping cotiglr. . . . Try a cloth wrung out from cold wate...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What is love? [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Wlisifc is love ? O.VK hurulrocl loiters were written .to -as ninny well known "IhinkerB." rciinesthif! niiHwoiH to iho ijuci tion,'AYIiat is love ? '1'ho result indiraton a confusinx variety of opinion umonj; the people as to vhutlova j is. Following are the answers from lliiilceu i'jif/«r- j ont iiorsouH. : ; j TLIO mosi intorostin;; and pnrilonaMo of Inimu'i I weaknoHSUH. . ? ; : A mere delusion that ruins many men. ?? A feeling of swell exquisite tenderness that is too swept foi coinpaiisoii. I doii'tlcnow anything ahoufc it; don'; tliinlc it amounla to much. Tho sweetest and most passionato excitement .known to man-binding toKothur I>y Ihu strongest .cords, BOX, kindled, nncl nations. Don't know anything about it; [ novor was tliero. It is BomotliinH that no fellow enn find out-yotall feol its power, more or less. A sweet und deiiiHivo imagination only. A dormant passion of tlienund; aroused by bonuty or intellectual qualities of Homo one woman. An indefinable principle whic...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A "Crowner's Quest" Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

A " Crovmcr's Jolcc. AN English- paper says :-" Tlio findings of ooro-::; norsr juries nvo luckily- of move value, as a gonernli rnlo, than1 thoir. recommendations.. Ono of them.: "sat upon".tho body of a child who had met with;, its'death from dl'inking. carbolio acid. It seems ? that tho unfortunato'infant,whose ago .was something' over two years; was in the habit of finishing oft the.', drags' in the'- . gingorbeor bottlos , opened' for- Bor-r motlier-'s customers;.'. This1 in itself oho1 would' liaye< thought a sufficient causu of'd'eatli, but tlie child ap- ?; pears;to lmvo onb'd'ay got hold'of a botUo containing ? not gingerbcer but carbolic acid.; Tlio jury naturally4 brought in a vordict of accidental doathV but added/ s: a rider'to tlio oifect that tho bottles, ought to havo; s been properly labelled 1. Our School Boards have-; done ft! good deal, but I fear .it; will liv Eomo timo: bofoi'tf they get as far as teaching two-year-olds to lead."

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Curious Advertisment. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

A Curious A<1 vcrtismciit. Tim following advertisement is Raid to lmvo boon: published iii a Norfolk (England) newspaper, in 1(580" Bv her majesty's letters patent, Hoards., tnksn olT and Uegistored by iHsae I'unehard, Barber, "I'crriwijj muktr, Surgeon, Parish Clerk, School master, Tilauksmitli anil man Midwife. I shaven'' 'for a pernio, cuts hare for twopence and oyld and Powdied in tho bargano, young Ladies gentuly educated, lamps lighted by the year or quarter, young Gontloimin also taught their Grammar language in 'tho neatest manner and great kcer tnkin of their morrels, and spolcu. Also .Saline Hinging aud horscj > ?shewing by the reel inakir, likewis milks and Mends all sorts of biilcs and SIiowh, teachos tho Ho boy and ..Taw's harp, cuts corns, bledes and blisters on tho, lowest terms. Cotillons arid other dancos . tuul at hoam and ala'odo in all its branches, soils all sorts; <f fitasliinary ware lo gethor with blaokin ball, lied horins, Gingerbrea...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guiteau's Propheey Fulfilled. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Gititcnu's Prophccy Fulfilled. i Wiihn the vordict in tlio Guiteau chko was delivered, the prisoner leapt from his chair and cried, " God' will punish you for this," ami then- pronounced a .prophctic malediction upon pvosecntors, witnesses, v and jury.TboFullilinent of'tho prophecyis claimed j by nil American- journal, which says "The dis trict altornoy has lost his office, and has>nothing to do; another conrisol is now a common drunkard; two jurymon avo dead, two failed in businoBs', one is hopelessly insane; three doctors who- declared' Guit- ? eau sane aro dead; a fourth in himself insane;' and .lastly, the chemist'wlio traced poison in tho bouquets, sent Guite'ou on the morning'of his execution has been committed fa* a lunatic asylum."

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

JlAiLWAY TIME 'J'AlilJi. DOWN 'TRAINS PIIOM RVDN12Y TQ Till? (ipONTUYi Mak, 'CHAIN leavesSydney daily, Sniidaysoxreplod., at 8 p.m. ; Mittn[.'ong, daily, Mondays excepted, ill 12.30 a.m.; ltowral, 12.88; find Moss Vale, 12.50. P.\RHENfiKit '1'iiAiN loaves Sydney (Inily, Sundaysex. eepted, at !l a.m..; Miltugoiig, J."20 p.m. ; llownil, !.!!<.>; Moss Valo, 1.-17. UP fflWI.NK HIOM TI1K OOUSTIIV TO SYDNEY. MaiuTUAIN leaves .Gmilbum daily at J.10 n.m.-s: Mobs Vale, 2.i>ii; ltowral, li.7; Mittagong, 'i.U5; arrived in Sydney nt G.'IO. I'ASSKN'omi! tuain' loaves (joul'uurn daily, KuiHTiiys oxccpted, at 11 a.m. ; Moss "Vale, I'J.iiO p.m.; Bow-: rn 1, 1.12; Miltagong, l.lf>; arrives in HycLnoy at fi.20. A passenger train leaves Mowb Yalo ovory morn ing, Sundays excepted, at 7.1» i l3o\vral at 7.!!0; ar rives in Sydney at 11.310; returns from Sydney every-" evening, Sundays oxeopted, at 0.8, reaching liowral atO.lS and Moss Vale at !)..!(). Tim tourist train louvos Sydney o...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Edison's Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Edison's Prophecy; Kmson, tlio inventor, indulges in the following pre diction As to tlio changes which will bo oftootod by filuotridy within fifty yearB in lhn city of Now York, I would sny that I believe ulectricity will propel the curs of the street find elevated railroads, iitjlvt tlio city, within and without ils buildings, fur. niHh powers for nil purposes, work telephones, bur-' glaralarms, deliver the operas, oonvoy parcels, do-' tact and. signal tires, oporato Tiro engines, and pos sibly displace animal locomotion for vehicles." ;

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

?5JItT;JJOT I3VS33TO. i : A good harvest is anticipated in South Auf ' tralta... , At som6 places iii Spain trains havo been blockort' by swarms of IOCUHIS. : Tlio amount or gold actually in circulation esti-' x limited to'lio ;IM,0()0,000. j Jiolwcon Uioyiwa 1861-.18&), l!7,M2,8j2flovoreii]gs iworo coincd in England. . Tho w'otk in connection' with Iho'dliplii'aliou of the line helwocnl.'ourith and i'amunatla is prowu.l iiiff rapidly. . The nnnitnl cost of thirty-livo far m' ro)ioo!h i if; Prussia isiU7,0M) Us., .C7000of'which is contributed'1'": by tlio Stain. CSn.S'-iO.V-'.nba: ot domestic tobacco loaf used in Alneiican manufactures last year. Quantity ex ported, 2!JG,028,iiGOIbs. ? Two shops in George-street, occupied by Iiloyd and?k Collins anil Mitohell. l\avo boon sold for ,C!t0,0t>0,:' : which is equal to £700 pur foot. ?>; The Premier's health' still continues to improve,. , ami rirong hopes aro entertained of a speedy return: of .streiijjth to the stricken li...

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