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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

TO BLACKSMITHS. rpiTB imdersicned lias lor PBIVATE SALE tho X Goodwill or n Ulaclisiiiitirs Sittsincss, togolUer with Shop, and. II ftvst-elaBB Kot.'oE Tools, qnito noTlvo sliop is situated in East Karii>alnon, which is thp c<?ntrc of a district closely inhabited by farmers. * 0 Full particulars on application to ■' DAVID MOPFITT, Auctioneer. Robertson^ Deo. 2,1881. - '431 NOTICE TO C02TTRACT0ES. flHENDKBS will be1 received at tho Polico Office, X Mobs Vale, until 10 o'clock :a.m. on Tuesday, Oik Dcccmber, lot followitij* contracts}:.-" • Contract -13s, Tllawarra and. liubertson Hand to Iiangakion: Contract '14s, Burn ma to Moss Yale Railway Station ; ■■'■■■■ Contract '15n", Moss Vale awl Slioallmvcn Bond, via Kangaroo Valley to Nowrn .Bridgo. Specifications at tho Polico Court, Moss Vale. ■ Ail Tcmlurs to l>o addressed to the Clerk of Potty Sessions, Moss Vale, and, to bo endorsed on cover " Tender lor llofttl." ' " -A WHB1SR, . 133 Suporintondont of Boads. WASTE.P...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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COMMERCIAL. SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

COMMERCIAL. South Coast a,nd Wkst Gam dun Co-omjutivj Cojiimnv, ' ' Butter; 1st, por lb.,8d to 9d „ 2nd, no domtmd .Bacon; best Meriinbuln hand cured, lOdto lid ; , boRt.'aiftcliinc cmoil, 8il to 9M „ heavy and rough, 5d to 7d Hums, bust Merimbnla, hand ciu'od, lid ta la Id „ machine cured, Del to lid Lard, lid to ft I Cheeso 1st, por lb„ Gd to 8d ,, 2nd and inferior, -id to od Pigs, alive, per 11), 5(1 to Gd Calves, each, 8s Od to 2os Od Hides, per lb, .'id Calf skins, each, Is Gd- • Tallow,, por ton, £2S Os to £30 10s Maize, per bushel, 4s Od to 'Is 1 Od Hay, oaten, por ton, £7'0-f to £8 Os Od „ lucerne, do-, £•! Os to £4 10s Od . Potatoes, do., £9 Os to £10.0s Od Fowls, [lev pair, 4s 01 to os 0.d Ducks, do, -Is 01 to 5s Od Geese, do, 8s Od to 9s Od' Turkeys, do, 10s Od to 20a Od IigKS, pej- do?,., Is 5d to Is (id, December 4, 188-1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

GREAT REDUCTIONS JOHN G. MOKRIS, ; HA^ tho plqtiauro to announoo that, having iiindo sotno LARGE PURCHASES qE . . €H0<SEB*KS ' _ on vory advantageous terms, He iei able to offer TJNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS to Purchasers. Tho whole Grocery lisl has boon rovisod, and PRICES CONSIDERABLY REDUCED,.' Only Best Brands kept. The Christmas Fruits are to hand. ^ The prico lias been flxpd low, and tho' quality oxoollont. Special Value in Sugars., Every, depavtment is-frilly slocked with new and seasonable goods. Tho PRINTS, SATEHNS, ZEPUYBS, and CAMBRICS, this year aie a Marvel of Beauty, And the ^lioico of Pnttgriip is Very Largo. OTHER DRESS MATERIALS aro also in good variety, both of toxturo and design/ Ladies' and Children's Hats; In all the Newest Shapes,, ' oire jTcudr & (L^u^IifsTi ^Mhts, .feafta, & (Bnrmmhi Latest !iliii>rii<Mi|,B from London. The Slock of Men's* and Boys.: Clothing Is "Well Assorted, Quality. Good, and Prices Moderate,, This Departme...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER V. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

DAISY LATIMER; ' ' oiy "Foil IiOVK Oil ■\Vl!AtTI^, priAPTBll v. (CONTINUEH.) Jin put tho question o.'iruostly ; nnd Duiaj's poloiirroso \na aha replied, '' No, cousin Phillip, uq{i pno." I'Then .iro you still heart-whole?" ho {lomandod; knoeliiig down b,osido her oil tho slippery oakon llaov. Oyer the young girl's face tliore swept a bunting rod, her lip* quivered, imcV she clasped both hands suddenly over hoi*'eyes, ' a little choking sob heaving hor breast' and Philip, niuuli alarmed, caught tlio I rem- ; oling lingers in his own, and sought tenderly to draw tliom away; but she resisted his ef forts. ' No, don't I don't!" sho murmured ; you nro cruol." ' " ' ' ; <' Daisy 1 could T bo cruel when I lovo you ?."hc' asked passionately. " Lovo mo !"• sho repeated, xyiclnsp ing hor handn - and gazing up into his oyes. ' '• Emboldened, ho passed one arm round }ior waist, laying lior head down on his . shoulder. " i have loved you t-ver sinco wo inot, Daisy," ho whispered. " Wi...

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CONCERT AT KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

CONCEJiT AT KAiXGALOOiY. Eon tlio- purpose of assisting in the liquidation of ft' debt recently contracted in the furnishing of tlio newly-erected Wesleyan parsonage in Bowral ft saorcd concert was given in tlio Weslcynn Church, West Kangaloon, Inst Thursday evening by tho choir ot the Wesleyan Church, Bowral: and n. Gbspnl Temperance address was also delivered by Mr. It. T. Booth, founder of the Gospel Teinpernneo Union. Tlio members of tho choir, to the nnmber of twenty or twenty-loi\r, wove driven out in the afternoon in different* buggies, two vehicles being sent in from Kangaloon expressly, and 011 arriving nt,.their journey's end they were most hospitably entertained at several of the kind neighbours' residences. The drivo out was delightful in tho extroino, the cool, bracing air and the miles of green grass an-either' side of tho road alternating with hills, homesteads, and barren or rugged patches of country, assisting in making the journey thoroughly enjoyable.. •, , . The ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, December 10, 1884. LOCAL INDUSTRY. MESSRS. R. AITKEN & Co.'s GALVANISED IRON WORKSHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

. &bc ijolunil Jfrcc ^Ircss Do asadversaries do inlaw, , , Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Wednesday, December 10, 1884. LOCAL INDUSTRY. - Messrs. R. Aitkkn & Co.'s Galvanised Ikon Workshop. By invitation about twenty gentlemen mot at the abovo now workshop inStatiou-Btrpet, Bowral, on Wednesday. afternoon last; to celebrate its opening in wine aud cako, of which an amplo. amount was,-provided, and was dono full justicoto. The hearts of the, majority present wore' set aglow. by, the bewitching influence of thp; sparkling wino ; and as, the twilight approached, the sooue was ono of, jollification. ■ _ • The company first. of all inspected tlio sliop liiid its machinery, and wo therefore proceed to describe tho same. Tlio shop is about 80 feet long and..25 feet wide, with a lofty'roof. Tho building, is of wood and the 'roof of, iron. The cud facing,Station-street is cSrnhraontcd with tho iiamo of ■ tlio firm and their business. It seems awlnvard that Sta...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Despatch of Mails for the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

Stcspntcli of isJails'for <Ji« BIitHcsl; Jjkttkrk, newspapers, pncliolH, intended for despatch to Mio United Kingdom, may lie posted lit tlio Uowvnl potil-ollicp up to il.iiO p.m. on the,follow ing dates:— "Wednesday, .Deo, 10—per.Orient steamer 'J'liosday, Dee. 1G—j-ov 1'. it 0. Hlcamor AVednetiday, Doo. 21—per Orient Rtoiunor. Tuesday, .l)oc. i)0—per I', ift O. Btoiimcr. Tlio dnmiiRO done in the Cumberland fruit dis i triot by last Wednesday's pale is estimated at from 4520,000 to 4530,000. " " ' The rppoitR aa to tlio re-appointment of Lord Af,'ustus Loftns, and aa to the nominations of liis Hiiuuessor.aiu unirno. In.tlio lIoiiHu of lioi'dn. last Friday night, f hp bill for the extension of thu franchise was linally passed and the IIouco adjouined.urHil Feb.vmti'y. Georgo B. J1Terring, -mtinngcr of the U.ink. ol.Vew South AValon at Queen bey an, committed snioldu last' .Friday by shooting himself through tlio head.

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CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION. PARKES v. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

CRIMINAL LIBEL ACTION; Paiikes v. Webb. Tub re-hearing of; tbo caso Rcgina v. Webb was : fixed for Monday mprning, and a panel of 48 jurors hail been caller]. His Honor, Mr. -Justice: Faucett presided,. and tho Attoruey-Genoral appeared to con duct the prosecution. Mr. J. H. Want, on behalf of the defendant, made aj)]ilication for a postpone ment, which, after arguments pro and con had been heard, was granted till this (Wednesday) morning at 10 o'clock. Bemenyi, the violinist, whoso wonderful perfor mances are drawing such large audiences just now, is a total abstainer, lie considers that the Church of England Temperance Society is one of the grand est institutions in existence.

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Bowral Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

ltowTJil Literary- Italiatiug Socictj'. ; Owtno to a circus performing in Bowral last Friday evening the mchihors cj tho above society thought it advisable to postpone the special business for that ovoning, namely, a mock trial by jury of a breach of promi.se case. This was done, no one objecting, lor although there is a largo number of porsoiis anxioii* tp.qoo tho trial they seem to piofer circuses; and 'tills tho members saw with a generous fueling, at tho same 'time expressing a hope that thoro, will tor no circus in Bowral this evening, and that the court will not bo asked to. granf, a.furthor poatpono liiont of so important a ciiso, M.oroay'or," it interferes ; Wit.h the syllabus . of tho,societyas tho business 'arranged for this wee's was a debate which lias, as a matter o( necessity, been expunged from the business paper. The mock- trial, however, will "positively take place this evening in tho school of ni ls. Mr. 0. Dennett will otliciato as. judge; the plaintiff will bp re...

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BOWRAL VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

liOWRAL VIGILANCE"COMMITTEE. The fortnightly mooting was lielil on Monday evon ing. > Present-—Messrs. J. G. Morris (ohairman), R. Bridge, W. II. <!eot'go, 0. Grovo son., II. M. Oxloy, W. Bcor, W. Chnrkcr, nud W. J. Oaboruo (secretary). • Tlio minutes of tho last meeting facing vend and confirmed, A letter wns read from Mr; T. G.irrett, M.l\, who stilted that ho would do his level best to Bcoiiro for Bo\yrnl tliQ necessary improvements nt tho railwny :station and goods-shed. , ■ : ; , A'lotter was read from" tho 'department of public instruction to tho ellcet that tho contemplated im provements .to,tho Bowral public school wore being aiTangdd with duo speed. It stated that plans wcro in course of preparation for nn infant school capabla of accommodating eighty-children. ■ . . , Miv J. Loseby's apology <■ for non-atton'danco through ill-health was accepted. • With regard to thc sc.arlot-favor report, the ohaiv mail stated tlmt, as secretary at ilia school boa...

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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER VII. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

(OUR PK1ZE STORY.) ethei garland; r ; on, v Undyin&. Love. BY ADA GOLDS BY. (WniTTEN ExrilKBSLY FOlt TUP. BOWIUI. l'llEB I'nKSS.) V;V • OHAPTEH VII. CONTINUED.i. Foh some weeks previously tho villains had heard considerable of tho,.Biicaesa tho two young diggers hail mot with since their arrival on tlio field ; and only tho samo day. as the evoniug reforrod to itVwa'Si currently rojiortcd that they liad struck rich gold and unearthed, sovoral large nuggots roprosont ing, according to different rumours from fivo hundred to fjvo thousand pounds in value -, . _■: j: , r. V How the i-oport gained circulation neither Fred nor Jack v.'cre able to .satisfactorily solvo. It is true tiioy had struck n rioli lode, and in the short spaco o,T a few lionra thoir individual wealth \yas .increased byj perhaps t\YelvQ-.lmndi'cd or lifteeu-huudred pounds. The listeners outside, however, had hoard nothing of this rooent acquisition to tho. wealth of Fred and Jack ; they had boon ab sent from ...

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New School of Arts, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

New School of ArlSt ltowral. A MKKTiNii.of the committee ot Uio liownU sonooi oi arts building fund was held in tlio old building yoH torday week. Mr. .1. Ct. Morris presided, mid tlio other members present wore Mussih. 1VL. 0. Shep herd, C. Bennett, J. J. Campbell, Ir. \V. Honry, J. L-.Campboll, the liov. C. Olden, 1). L. Beer, find tlio secretary, H. M. Oxley. Tlio meeting was n lengthy 0110 and n grpat nuiount ot business was transuded, the discussions deulliiR principally with the Ht.nic .turoin conrso of ;ercctibu nwV thb Utejt indanB to bo adopted to inakbjiia,qji'ojiin&iccromniiy as attract! vo' ftnd'rcimjnomtivo iiH pussible. It was unanimously dcoided tQ ask tho lion. W. .T. Triokott, M;Ti,A., ininiatfir for.public instruction;'to opoii jlia buildin'g mid also attend n banquet whioh will tako place after tho opening coromony; and to which the members -for,tho distriot aro also to bo invited. The bniiquet ■istobo of a tompcranop charaoter and thochargo for admission ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

~\XTASTK PAVRll, 0 lbs. for In., ollicu o{,'tliis VV paper. V, ' ; '' ' Oaklands Amateur Dramatic Club. P- Jl 13 L T M I.N A 11Y NO T l.o 15. V ■■DRAMATIC!'. ENTERTAINMENT will lie Jl\. h'von by the members or the above Club in the.Oaklands Schoolroom, MitlagonR, on THURS DAY, tlio 18th instant, in: itiil ot the Miltagong Literary Institute. Programmo will appear in next Satiuday's issue. •Ml C. SHAW, Gknural Gitocisn; Diwi'un, Ihonmonoer, etc., Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL. 2 ESTATE OF WILLIAM JONES, Lute of Mary Vale,'Bowral, decoased. BARTICULARS of all Claims against, this Estate should be seiit in at once to .TONUS it JONES, .Solicitors to the Estate, 77 Pitt-Btrcot, Sydney. 445 TOR PRIVATE SALE, • A- N ALLOTMENT of LAND: in 130WEAL. JtjL Easy terms.. Apply to Joseph Colo, Bowral, HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, d'18 ' Moss Vale. NOTICE. r A ROAN, HJEIFER .has been running in my ,ul\. paddock at Upper Mittagong for six months, :branded. liko AM blotched. If not claimed within 14 days fro...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 10 December 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. " Tan Rightful Heir."' Bbeaob of promise case this evening. Last Wednesday's \yind stonn did a great amount of damage'to tho, apple crop, in. this district. ■ ' . Tub Hon. W. J. Trickett, minister for public instruction, is to,bp asked to open tho 13owral. soliool of arts. The Mittagong cricketers defeated the Bowral Cricket Club last Saturday on tho ground of tho former. . .It is considered improbable.tlmt th.e.Bow-. ral school of arts will bo ready for opening before tlie cnd of Jnnimiy. The opening ceremonies of the Bowral school of arts are to. comprise a. temperance banquet and a concert. There is also aopo. talk of a dramatic performance, but tho Moss Vale Amateur Dramatic Club,has de clined to give an, eutertainmonu. As will be seen by advortisemont else where a concert, under, tho auspices, of the Bowral Cricket Clnbj will be. h'elcli i.a'the school of arts on Saturday .evening next. Wo understand that a capital progranuiip has been prepared, and a large aud...

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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

CURRENT" EVjEIVI'So ■ The Hon. Joseph Docker, M.L.C., is dead. . -There aro •ISO.tomperanco sooioticg i;i Npw South, Wales. ' ' ' London bus more than fi million gas-lightsJn its, streots. In.Now Zealand a.bill has beon.passcd'abolishing coroners' juries. £14,600,092 worth of wool exported from, this; colony last your. Mr. Leon Say is.organising a; powerful: free.trada-, society in France. ■. • Paper, instead,of - wood, is used, in Germany for making casing for lend^joncils. Tho mother of Genpral Garfield is eighty-throe years of age and in good health. , : When finished, Iho new. dock at Biloela, M.S.YV. ■ will b? capable of Inking in.the Great Eastern. Bishop Car.e.jRiOOt of'Siindhurst, is now at-Bomo. Oculists hold out that his sight will be.restorod. ■ Thotohacco.and cigars coinsnmod in Gormauy last. ,year cost fourteon and a half millions.of money. Through the abolition of-tliQ stock tax in Tan mania, tho price of beef'full-from lOdi to^.l. por lb. £20,000 during five months, h...

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THE TAYLOR SUSPENSION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

THE .TAYLOR. SUSPENSION; CASE;; iTnia Si M. Herald, says tlmt a considerable amount of interest was talcon in. tho judgment in. the .ticlion liy Mr. A. GL Taylor, M.L. A., against the Ho.i. 13. Barton, Spouhcr of thu Legislative Assombl.}, for nx pgllini; liim,fro:n tho Assombly during the silting of thu \S2tul April Inst, and for preventing him from ro emarini;:thc.Ckamhor on tho following, day. As will probably bs rem.omborod, tho points at issue woro. nrguod on demurrer at tho mil ol last torm. an.! laist TuM.ia.v hin,.Honor. the. Chief- Justice doliwio.I the jnj3)tiiipiit of himfjnif, Mr. Juatieo Windcyor, am1 Mr. Justioo Innos-3, before whom the arguments worn hoardj Tho court ciecidod that if tho.st:ui.U!r; order, sei.out in defendant's second plan as to tho ivm.iVitl of ihu plaintitT on the 23rd April, in tonm professol to adopt rulcs of tho Imperial Parliiimont'to lit ir.;"!o ' thorenCler, it was ultra vires, apd of hoeiTeec. In tboir opinion tho Assembly has noither power t...

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A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

A SUCCESSFUL. BUSINESS.. ' Advertising in. the newspaper,. as a vale isi money wall invested,' ho <-remarked; ' but, there aro conditions when it is extremely in-; . advisable.' '■Yos?! answered his companion., Thavo. lipvqr fonml iti so..1, ' I can recall one.case in point,' Vt'ont oik ■ tho iirat speaker. 'A nmiMvifth, wJjpm.I have had a slight acquaintance had established a very remunerative. manufacturing: business without' paying a dollar to, the news-, papers.' 'Is it possible?' was the respnnso.% 'And what line of goods does ho mauufap- ^ lure ?' 'lie: manufactures burglars' tools.'

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TRAINING IN RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

' s TRAINING IN ilESPONSIBILITY. Infancy is tlio only time wlien it is natural or right to bo exclusively rocipionI.. Be tween thin tiino anil full maturity giving (1|hV taking Bliould be wisely alternated uni.il 0110 bocomcs as essontial to tlio happiness tt3 tlio other. It is not kindness, but cruelty to neglect this training in responsibility, to allow youth quielly to appropriateevoryihiiig and contribute nothing. It is simply a train ing in selfishness which quickly hours in gratitude as one of its chief fruits. Cliildrou whotira honored by their parents' confidence, and accustomed to add th.oir quoto of assis tance, and to boar thoir share of uelf-saeri lico whenever the good of the family requires it will rarely bo guilty of ingratitude. They aro not opposod to, but in quick sympathy with, their parents, not bocanso they aro gifted with, specially By input Initio natures,, or are in any way superior to-, ordinary' young people, bnfc simply bectiuso they have, "been made share...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. [We propose inserting occasionally under this head contributions from persons not connected with this paper. Personal matters must not be discussed, and contributors must deal only with general questions. The essays will become our property, and will be subject to revision or rejection. At the same time it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our contributors.] A LESSON ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

OKIGJNAiL C»ATT«Ili3JTi4>i\S. [We propose inserting occasionally uivlcr tbia head contribution!) from parsons not eoniieota.l with this paper. Pcrsuiial malter.-i mtisL nol be iinousseJ, ami u inlributors must ileal only with gonoval questions; The easnys will become oar property, mi-l will bo subject lo revision or rejection- At ihti samj time it must be unrlerstool that it doss not follow svo endortje the opinious oi our, contributors.]: A Lesson on Milk. !" Milk- is r" What is milk?" interrupts. Mr. Mjlksop 'coming in; i 'J'Miilk; is\ rvwhite fluid,"' we:repl(\Y after blunting.! for a-minute in. the dictionary be hind fclie door. Wo continue •! we nil know ,that milk conies from the cow.." " Not only from, the cow," corrects Milk sop at onr elbow, " but from goats." " You ure quite'right, and-you might add, Mr. Milksop, that it comes from, asses too. Wo read of. asses' milk, and- wo know that assos are '.milked ' eveu now-a-days, especi ally of their Ipso cash." " By Juvo " (a...

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ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CHAPTER VI. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 13 December 1884

ROMANCE AND REALITY; on ■SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CHAPTERS. (CONTINUED.) It so happened that Potts lmd intended to take hia holiday in the Lake country, as lie land arranged with a dealer in {esthetic art to do a series of " symphonies" in various colours, after the maimer of a certain great master iu that style; and that dis trict was one admirably suited to his pur'-, pose. He had .not intended to leave London until much later on in the season, but it was worth giving up a few at homes," and forfeiting, a little adulation from adoring fe males to'be tlio first to tell Maud how sho bad been deceived, and what the world thought of such heroism as hers, for he had ascertained from her father that the secret was not to be divulged until the return from the honeymoon trip. As soon as Maud was out of sight, Mr. Potts set himsolf to his work. He first of all raised a small easel, upon which lie placed a small canvas primed, with light grey. Then be threw off his brigand hat and shook ■his ta...

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