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The Newer Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Tliu Newer Arithmetic. A WOMAN' plaocd four pounds of cold meat and eight slices of broad before a tramp. A t (ho end of twonty mivtul.es how much was loft V A young man, by swearing oil' on cigars, tobacco/ and bora-, r.aved thirty oents per day for sixmonlhs. How many i'ros suppers would this give liim at 8, dol=, per suipor? If it costs two hundred'dollars for n young lady to loiu-n painting anil sho turns out two landscape1.) worth forty cents a piece, what is (lie net profit. A girl shot ten haves and. sold thojn for fifteen prnHO each. What was tho total, aud how much did ?she have loft after Intyrng her father a shirt for lis. yd. Tho averago woman groans one hundred nnd twenly-fivo times per hour when she suffers with the toothache, whiln tho tnavt utters words every 70 sooonds. At the end of threo hours how fat- ahead will the woman bo 1 A man in Richmond wound up an 8-day dock for Ifiyenrs. How-much time estimating threo minuter for each wind could ho .have spent in howing...

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

Longevity or Astronomers. ".IF 3ron wish to live lon'g,',' said Dr. Lan-: castor,.iii'Geil it Torre,become an astrono mer." The Biographic Goneralo da l'As trono'mie registers' dates' of births" and deatlr of 1741 astronomers, belonging to all periods, and the mean length of life of the wliole number is sixty-four years and throe months. Out of 1000 astronomdrs 59G live to an ago of 70 years ; 2G0 to. between 70' and 79 126 to between' 80 and 81 15 to botween 90 and 99, and'8 to over 100'years. According to Profossor Ricardi' the'period' allotted to the three most .illustrious mathomaticalnames of Italy (Arohmodieans,; Galileo,- and Lagrange) was 79. years and 8 months; 09 years and live months to '10 mathematical^ of great reputation ; GO yrs. and four months to 40 mathematicans of the' second rank, and G5 years and ten* months to 880 mathomaticaiis of the' third rauli. Give fowls intended for breeders a frco ranger until planting time at'least. This will keep them in a thrifty hea...

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

tifriugiiig v. ihc iIs»!Hw£inc AT last it. in beginning In bo recognised in Franco (theTiancet siiyn) Hint tlio brain oE tlio dpcapitatcd criminal?lives, aiul.ootwcioosnoss is maintained, for ; an appreciable tinio, which to tlio victim may seem an ago after death-an opinion wo strongly ex pressed many years ago. This ghastly fact-as wo liavo no doubt, it is-being perceived, it is begin ning to bo felt thai oxoeulions earuiot any longer bo carried out. by tho guillotine. 1'russic aeid is now . nrnnosed. It instantaneous doal h he desired, this is olearly inadmissible. The period taken to tor- ' minato life by poison rf anv kind must needs vary greatly with tlio individual. In not a small pro portion of instances wo funny death by pruusic acid would bo considerably protrnel,ml, and although long dving is not so hon ib'o as living after death-ao to nay-yet it is strongly opposed to tlio interests of: humanity to protract. I ho agony of a fellow-oreii'ii 'o dying by tlio hand of justie...

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

Singular" ait'd Painful Accident* A NEOKIJAOIJ of red'Lot iron nearly deoapi tated Zaoliariah' Taylor,.»?.young; man'..18 years okl,; woWiiug. in a rod mill at Johns town,.Pa. While ho was putting a rod'in the reel, another. employee > attempted to throw a kinlc outol the rod. At the samo'timo tlie reel was started,.and the kinlc instead of falling away from young Taylor, foil1 di rectly over hi» head',-and m ah instant the rod hot 'iron, about1 as thick as a man's little ?finger, was drawn tightly around his neck. Tlie reel was almost instantly stopped,, and tho rod: d'etatched from it with an? axo. :Thomas O'Neill then raised with his hands .theTed-liot loop of steel'that was wound around 'Taylor's neck and' twistod it loose. ! When . the men pickod Taylor up in their arms to carry him out of the mill, liis bead fell 'i'owurd, revealing a ghastly wound;, in tho neek. from which the- blood was drip i ping. His life is despaired'of.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER II. "It is not worth the keeping; let it go. But shall it? answer, darling, answer no, And trust me all in all, or not at all." [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

.DAISY LATIMER.; OR., X'ON LOVK on AVEATITU. CirAPTHIl II. " It'ib-not worth Uin kcopini;; lot it ro. Hii(,'fillnil it ?.!iriB\vei-, rlavliiiR, answer no, Anil trust mu nil in nil, or not nt all." ..Two.porsoiui . wnvo walking in 0110 of. the Lon .don parks one lovely May morning. -Around nil was bright and gay ; numbero of people, tempted forth by Hie tine weather, were -strolling tmdor I hu trees, or reclining 011 tho benches. Tim merry voices ol' children at play wounded on sill hands ; and often Daisy Latimer looked up with a smile to direct her companion's attention to the aports of si.mtlrv" fair-haired boys and :;irls who -romped on the grass. L <U> love tnn;!o children happy," .said Daisy pushing .back her straw lwt, and letting tho wind blow tho yollow curls on her snowy brow, aiul thy warm sun rest on bur faultless complox Bion of vvhitc-ii:id-ros)4, sot oil' by her siinplo gown of soi'xa (liiup shade of blue. Jlor companion spvsod on her with .intenso admira...

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

" 'Si 12 & E ,<C T E» 4> E T ,E %. ISnntii.ilul tfhUri. BHAtynym. ohild l),y thy mothor'-s Unco, .la thy myHtiu fuluic what wilt thou be .'J A demon of sin, or tin anjjol mib!imo-r .A poison Upas, or innaonnt thyme A Hjjirit of ovil ilanliinf? down ; Willi tne lurid li^ht of a llnry crown Oi'ijliiliiitMip wiiii.a Mliiniii({ li'«(il(, i<il<e Mio morning hI.iu- Unit ne'er looks baiilc Oiiintiofit (licamur that ever smiled, Which wilt thou be, my beautiful child.? Dniuiliful ohild in my pardon ho worn, J/rioml ol llm biiUer|)ios, birds, and llowevn, L'nro an the Hpttrkiiiu; crystalline stream, Jowels of tvutb jii thy fairy eyea beam, Whs thoro ever a whi lore,mil lluiri thino Wmshippii l by lovu ip a iiioiial.Hhriuo? ]\!y heart .l imn lu-.at fjladiJenol for two sweet years, ?'Willi i'iiiubcr.VH of lu>|;o through.limits of tears .Ulista b'jyc.nl.v.'hioli lliy mmiiy smile, .With its hnln of ylury,' liuamii nil tlio while. 7;!oautiftil child,...

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

Some new Geography. OF what is tho sin'faco of Hio carfh composed ? Of corner Jots, mighty poor roads, railroad trucks, and cricket-fields.. What portion of the glolio is water ? About throo-fomlha. Sometimes they add a little gin and nutmeg to it. Wlmt is :i town ? A town ik a conBidorablu collection of houses and inhabitants, with four or livo men who run the parly and lend money at fifteen per cent, internals AYhut in a oily ? A city is an incorporated town with a mayor who believe:! that the whole world shaken when lie hap pens to fall flat on a cross-walk. What is commerco'! Borrowing ,li5 for a day or two, and dodging the lender for a year or two. Name tho different races. Horse race, boat race, bicycle raco, and l'acing round to find a man to ondora'o yonr note. Into how many clasaiiR is mankind divided ? Six: being; enlightened, civilized, halt' civilized, Ravage, too utter, not worth a cont., and Indian agents. ? "Wmt nations are most enlightened? Thoso which linve the most...

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

AJSKFIUJ; l»J!tE«JEPTS. Fihht catch your lover. Hold him when .you have him. Don't lot go ol' him or catch hold of ovory now 0110 llmt comes along. Try to got well acquainted with him before you tnlto iiim for life. Unless you intend to support him, find out whether ho dims enough to .support'yon. Don'l, make up your mind ho is an angel. ' . Don't palm yourself oil 011 him for ono either. Don't let him spend his salary on you ; that right should bo reserved until after marringo. . It you have any scruples against marrying a man .with a mother, say so in time, that ho may either get rid of her to oblige you, or got rid of you to oblige her as he think beet. If you object to secret societies i.nd tobacco, it is better to corns out with your objections now than reserve them for curtain loclurus hereafter. ]f your adorer happens to .fancy a certain shade of hair, don't colour or blench yours to oblij.ro him. .'lipincmber your hair belongs to you and ho tlosou't. J3o suro it iatho man yo...

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

A Terrible KirMi iKf.ark. A most terrible .ease of human suffering find one which Iran Htaiidil.y baflled medical science, is reported in Springfluld, Erjic! County, Pa. William Furgeson, when seven years of ago, was seized with severe pains in his right ?hand, and though he is now <1(5 years of age, ho hs.fi been annually attacked, singu larly enough lit eacli time suffering more than at tho proceeding. Convulsions and paroxysms now visit, him at exactly tha-gamc period of the year, mid al ways at the minio hour in the same evening. He is now suffering tho most acuta agony, and is visited by scores of physicians, who iu every ease have been completely baffled. ]3y this pceuliar freak of nature his body becomes terribly contorted. Respiration almost ceases, and he becomes for tho time being unconscious, and on awakening shows over.v ovi donce of having passod through a most terrible ordeal, On being restored he bncomos perfectly well, and is only troubled nt intervals of ...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Salvation Army. TO THE EDITOR OF INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

'S'lic Halvation Ariny. TO THIS llDirOlt OVMNTlSIillKIKNUE. ,'Sirt,-1 would lilco l-o reply briefly' to tho tarticlc by " W.A." which appeared hi'Intel \ligenee. on WednoRdav last. ; . . ? . i I think \V.A\ ignorant of the teachings of 'tlio Salvation Army, or iio would not have written tlint article. llo says-" Tlio poor .child was taught that our God'is n. grira monster savagely awaiting to catch tho croaturo Ho lias made." I have boon to soVeratmeotingB of the Salvation Atiny, and liavo novorheard any such thing taught or any such oxpressioii usod. Thoy toach in tho words of the Book that our " God is ;love." Thoy. tench "'Heroin is' love, not that wo loved God, but that Iio loved us, and gavo His Son to bo the propitiation for our sins." They certainly toach that God jhatos sin, and will cortainly punish the ! sinner if lio will not turn from liis evil ways ;. but they teach that " God sent not His/Son into tlio world to condemn the iworld.but that tl'ieworld througlrFJim might ...

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

Golden Kulcs. A I'ROjnxENT bankor attributes hi§ success m business to the.caro with which lie'lms obeyed those plain rulos: Tako iirao for eating, sleeping, and' digos-. tion. Don't .worry. Bo satisfied with your work, after doing it well. Never ask another, to do what you ought jto attend to personally. Slum tlio slightest appearance of dishonesty as yon would1 slum the plague. Always meet your appointments ou timo. Never late. If possible, not much alioad of the moment. Don't talk loo much. Let::your actions. speak lor yourself. Bo honest, even if,you lose monoy by it. ; N.ever 1st business interfero with home duties. lieinembcr that money alone cannot buy peace, nor true friends, nor a loving family.

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

A Large ^Diamond. A DIAMOND'of no less than 457,carats 1ms beou shipped from South Africa,find sold by a city firm to a syndicate of diamond mer chants. The colour equals,' ifnot excels that of the finest India-diamonds, ami in the opinion of competent judges'it will cut to a perfect and lustrous brilliant. In drop-shape it will weigh as nearly as can bo estimated about 220 carats; or in lozenge slmpe, brio lette.about SOOcarats. The brilliant stone will therefore exceed in weight all the historical diamonds. The Koh-i-noor weighs 10G'carats the Regent of France 130- carats, and the Orloff, which was cut for weiglitr l&a carats. In size, color, purity, and' quality,, it is ex pected to prove to bo the most inarvellouB stone ever known.

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

. C. SHAW, Gisjkhiuij 011001:11, Dii.U'ku, Iuonmokoku, Ac,, : Bong Bong-street, ? ; BOWH.AL. 3JOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM, JlAiN-H'rmiET, jUtraaoNci. ? W. HUDSPETH,' PHOPHIETOR. A IJIJ descriptions,of Boots ,aiid Shoos always on J\j hand at Sydney prices. Repairs .neatly and promptly executed; new elastic put in :(old boo In QHual to the original. ?! TO ADVERTISERS. CONSTITUENTS forwarding advertisements to this office will kindlynotify whether they .lire to appear in the l''ieo Prosn or Intelligence, or in both journals. Advertisements inlonded for insertion in the Free Press should rench un not later than l'<! 110011 on Fridays; and those intended for insertion juintelli gence not lulu-than J2 noon on I'uendays. W. it L. BEEll, l'roprietora. Froo Press ife Intelligence ollice, Bowral. A. SITTER, PAINTEU, CIuainhii, Dj:iooii,w).:u,' &o., .ifcc., ArgyJe-street, MOSS yALE, and Hong Bong-street, BOWliAL. Paporhangings, Oils,' Varnishes, Bolovs, Ac., .etc. ..Mwayson...

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

Oddities of Grout Men. Tim greatest men aro ofto|i affcoted by ;tlic most trivial circumstances. An old gentleman full tojuro against l/io cramp when ho plaood his shoes, on going to bed, so tluvt the right shoo was on, tlio loft of llui left shoo, anil the toe of ilia right next to the heel of the loft. If lie did not bring tlio right shoo round tlio other side in llnii way ho was lialiln to cramp. J)r. Johnson .used always, in coming up lJoltcourl, to put 0110 Tool, on each stone of the |):ivei|icnt; if lie failed, hu felt certain thai the clay .would bo unlucky. liulToii, tlio .celebrated naturalist, liei-cr wrote but in lull dress. Dr. Jitit.li, of Oxford, studied in full canonicals. An eminent, living writer can never compose without his slippers 011. A culcliratcd preacher of last ccnlury could ncvorniako a sermon .with his garters on. A great Gemini] scholar writes with his braces oil". Jleiscg, the German critic, wrote his Commentaries on Sophocles with a pot of porter bp hi...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas and New Year Cards, [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

Christmas and New Year Cards, Wb have to acknowledge the receipt from Messrs. Gibbs,.Shallard, and Co., of Sydney, of n number of specimens of Christmas and Mew Yeai1 Cards for the approaching 18S<i-{) season, which they are issuing. Thebasis of the ' dosigns being indigenous flora, and fauna a special value will doubtless be placed on the cards; which are works of art of a very high: ordoiv and quitelequal to the': average English and Continental productions.

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

. Cricket.-' Ow Saturday afternoon last tho first Match ',(0110 innings)1 of the season: in which' tlio Bowrnl Oricket Gliib lias engaged', wnn played on Mrs. Oxl'oy's ground botwoeu iho married and single representatives of (.lio above club. There wore two or three dozen .spectators present. The weather was rather too chilly and bleak for wicket, wliibh iu terforred a little with tlio progross of tho game. Tlio married mot* woro deficient two players, which vacancies wore .filled by Messrs. Av Aitkeii' and J. Smith, who also played with the single men. The fielding on either side was not particularly brilliant. The benodiots went to tbe wickets- first and succeeded in scoring a total of SO'i'ims, of which number Lowry, not out,; contributed 20, and J. Taylor, bowled Prior, l'O, none of tho others reaching doublo figures. The sing.16 mon wore all put out for 39' runs, A. lilhiuioro being tho highest. scorer with 9 to his credit. Tbe married mon won there fore by 41 runs. Following a...

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

Important Land Sale. A land sale,, worthy of the special : atten tion of capitalists and' investors, will bo held at Bowral by Mr. J. G. Morris on Saturday noxt, 18th instant. The land to be offered comprises six-choice farms, con-' taming in all G40 acres,, being Mr. W. Comer's portion of the' Comer ton Park es tate, four miles from Bowral. - The land is described as ; being, very rich, and as the terms arejeasy, there should be -no difficulty in finding purchasers on Saturday next.

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

Auctioneers Licenses; PERSONS and others 'desirous of applying for auctioneers' licenses, nro reminded: .that notice of tbeirintention must be given to the clerks of petty, sossions on or before'dtlr Novomber.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence. The sovereignty of man lieth hid in knowledge. Wednesday, October 15, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

The sovereignly of man lieth hid in knowledge" Wednesday, October 15, (884. IT is no loss deplorable than amusing toob ,servo the ignorance that still prevails- in England and America with regard to the .geography of Australia and our social lifo aind; institutions. tt is-scarcely a: gonora tion'ago sincean English gentleman came io Australia and married a' nalive of Vio ioria-a fair damsel, a descendant ot Eng lish blood.' His first letter Lome to liis 'friends acquainting tliem of this most happy .event of his life threw'thevn all into a state of frenzied oxcitoment and disgust, simply' "because they- thought ho had: married an aboriginal black gin. It is not dillicult to imagino the horriblo sensation that' must have swept through the minds of his rela tions on reecipt of intelligence that, in their opinion, made . them believe. themselves to be next-< of kin to! the daughter* perhaps,.of .King Billy, of Gundaroo; cannibal. Nor loss' -difficult is it' to understand, ho...

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

NOTICE. THE proprietors ot llio Uowral Free Press and Intel ligence will bo happy to coiniminicata with persons 'throughout the district williiig'to bcc'omo correspon dents to either or both the .tbas-o journnUt. W. & 1). IJ. BERR, Proprietors.

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