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FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

" l'AOTS," FIJiV, AND FAN(L)if. , ,1808 wolves, at a cost ot 103,720 francs killed in Franco lust yotir. . . ..Iiimcs, my Ron, taku this letter to tho post-officc, i Wild pay the poiitngo for it." After ft littlo wbilo the lioy .Fumes returns highly clatod, and says,Father, I a lot of men putting letters in a littlo placo, anil when no ono was looking I slipped yourB in for nothing." , , , An" author was boasting of a combdy lio' had written, and; appcalod to n friend; to whom - ho' had read it to confirm his own estimate of ita oxcollonoe. Tho friend gravely said : Your comody is a great work-a very serious work-u work that is by no ineuns to be laughed at 1" 'A cblebratod lawyer was having,his head measured at a fashionable hatter's the.' other day. The man re marked f V Why how long your ?' head > is,' sir 1 " " Yos,V:;Haid the .lawyers ". wo. lawyors ,must have long heads.". The man wont on with his measuring, anil remarked next: "'And it is us thick as it is long, sir." ' ' ...

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

Pliblic 3>cl>iitc. Oi( Friday evening next a public:debale will take place at West Iiangaloon between eleven representatives of the West, and'East, Kau g(ilobn Mutual Improvement Societies. The subject to be debated is " Which baa done and is doing the greater amount of good for' the colonyj miner orthe. selector ? The' debate will be opened by East' Knngaloon who will, take np .the* cudgels in favour of the miner.- - A lively interest is being.'mani-' fe&ted in the approaching contest which' is', likely"to attract a large audience. 1

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

LIISIIS Naturuv ?A cow .belonging to Miv fi, Hannaford. farmor, of Monkittco, hnd a lioifer calf dropped oiv Smlday night last tvitb two bonds and rio tail. The heads wore perfect ?arid naturally formed. Tho calf only lived a fow moments after its birth. Another cnw'bolonging to Mr. Ilaimnford, at tho'.bo ginuiiigoflast week, bad a calf with itshoa'd tinned" round on it9 ? shoulder,' and its tn.il lying;'on its back. This calf is"; living"ami " doing well," as we say in reference t<? the species' of higher ordor. Ifr Ilaunaford, who litar beon rearing cattlo Ht>r upwards'of a .quarter;of'a cont'ury; has never, 'before'had any such malformation in1 hcrd,)but ill:, luck ?in .these, as in other .affairs, if thero be: any truth in tho old provorb, soldoin cornea nlono. . ,

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

Complimentary* The GamphclUown Herald, referring to the re cent police chango.-), Bays :--Just nn we wore beginning to like hitji Constable Davis loft for Moss Vale. Ho wns .stationed in (Jaiup belltown about oighteen months, wo think, andwas an ofiicer worthy of respect. lie was a..general favourite, and? having youth on his side, and an appearance much in his favour, together,with being a stniight-l'or ward honorable man, with no potty tricks, or meanness, he, was regarded with respect by persons in all stations .of. life. llo-never shrunk from performing b is duty, but did it liko a man, Although lie was sufficient of a gentleman to do it v.'clL Of course we know tliore are persons who think it impos-. sihlo for a poliflenian 1 to bo a: gentleman, but 9uch people as a rule never saw a school or had: a square meal until they learnt a little . roguery. Mr. Davis is a good fellow whereyer he goes.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL "INTELLIGENCE." OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 15 October 1884

BOWKAL " INTELLIGENCE." ' OPINIONS OF TUB PIIKFS. IXTKLT.IGEJJOK.-The proprietors of tho Bow ral Free Press (Messrs. W. and D. XJ. Boar,) liavo commencod the puplication of .mother pit per under the titlo of Intcliitgencs. The first "number appeared yesterday.. It is not ' intended as a second edition of the Free Fress, but will altornate with it, and being issued at a cheap rate, it is hoped it will reach every home in Llio district. lfc is a neat little paper, and tho contents are woll: selected and arranged.;-Goulbiir.n Hmild. Wo have received llie first nnmbor of a . neatly-printed and interesting lit,tlo journal, entitled Intelligence, issued from tho ofliee of tho 1towral Free Fress, by tho Mossrs. J3ocr, proprietors. The now paper is to bo issued.' weekly.-Murrumlmrrah Signal. s We lmvo been favoured with a copy of Intelligence, a new paper started by Messrs. Beer, of Bowriil. Kvery man knows bis own business, but wo fancy if they put tho extra matter in Saturday's Fm Press, ...

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

The tJunard SUiJiuicr A REGENT tolegram reports that the Cun ard Company's new 'steamer Umbjria luvd made 21 miles in the hour on n trial trip, Tho vS. M. Herald says, HO far alio has ful filled the hopes and predictions of hor build ers and owners. She has boen described as a marvel of naval acrbitecture and engi neering skill. With tho exception of the Great Eastern sUe is tlio largest vessel afloat, Hor length is 527ft. (170 feet short of that of tho Great Eastern), her breadth 57ft., and her depth 4Oft. Hor gross ton nage is.8000ft., and hor engines were con structed to develop the enormous force of ?the equivalent to 12,500 ho.rsos. Slio was iuteuded to boat everything in point' of speed, and on her trial trip on Saturday she did 2<i miles in tho hour. Tho Uinbrin. is built entirely of steol, and on very lino linos She has five decks, tho promenade deck ex tending for 800ft. amidship tho entire breadth: of tho vessel. Tho Austral was regarded as a marvel when she was...

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

^ Tlic Victorian /L'osil ?ojnya:iy. THIS company, locally known as t-liu new Mount Kembla Goul Company; in getting in order to practically start operations. Mr. Thomas Bert nun, tlip' efficient mining engineer who is to lav out all . the works, except perhaps the jetty, has arrived, and taken ,np It is quarters in Keira :cotfcaqo,;-at the Cross Roads. The mine is to bo open ed, and the line of raihvHy constructed on the most modem principles adopted in England, from which country Mr, Bertram has come to this colony wi'thiu tlio last two years. Tho mouth of the colliery will bo ou what .is Iniowu ns Mr. Waples' farm, on the oast slope of Mount Kombla, directly facing the .main road and ocean. From tlie mouth, tho main tunnel? will go-through, under.Mount Kombla, to tho extent.of tho company's property to tho west sido.qf.that cone. Judging by .what wo hear about the company's works, thoy will cost botwoen .l''20,000 and £80,000, this of courso being exclusive of tho value of tho land...

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

Birth.   WE have received the following from a friend at one time connected with the city press :— Birth. — On the 8th instant, at the residence of its progenitors, Messrs. W. and D. L. Beer, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, the Bowral Free Press of an intelligent child, previously christened Intelligence, plump, healthy, and well developed. Full grown at its birth though not matured ; fatter than its proprietors can hope for it always to remain ; talkative, entertaining, and with a clear and pleasing delivery ; this new and cheap addition to our literary productions should find for itself many patrons in the district that claims it as its own.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED FLOGGING OF TWO BOYS AT NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

ALLEGED FLOGGING OP TWO BOYS AT NARRAMI. In the Assembly last Tuosday Mr. A. G. Taylor, under cover of a motion for adjourn ment,said another matter to which ho would draw attonfcion was the neccesity for' the Crown taking steps in regard to a ease of flogging at Narrabri. This Legtslature had proposed to adopt flogging as a punishment, and it was time thoy began to see how they were helping to brutalise the nation. A squatter at Narrabri, a Air. Moseley, who was a magistrate of the territory, was in the habit of holding cricketing parties oil Sun days: Oil a a- recent occasion, lio seat or dors to two young boys employed by him io go.unci scout. The boys would not do so, unci this magistrate forihwiLli had tliem put into n room, stripped nuked, and gavo i.lictn oacli a switch and toldlhom to flog each other. They refused to do this, and Mr.' Moseley then took down a riding-whip'aiul fioggod the hoys far moro crnolly, and witli? 'till'.-mora stripes, than if they had boon/ whipped i...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

METROI'OlilTAN GOSSIP. (VjtOM OUlt CoimKSL'ONUMNT " Cwiu.") Tiik opening of the first eight miles of railway to Illawarra has been tlio chief subject of public gossip during the past woelc. The wiso comingling of pleasure with business renders such events interest ing and pleasant. What is more delightful than a jaunt into the country on a beautiful div.y in plea sant companionship? The weather last Wednesday smiled most graciously on the on the excursionists who enjoyed their trip through lovoly landscapes to the scone of the ceremonial in honor of unitingelmrm ing llnrstvillo with steady old Macdonald Town, tho connecling link extending to George'sllivor ; Sydney of courso being the venerable parent who gave the bride away, but with whom a constant communica tion will bo kept up to tho mutual advantage of father and child. Tho new country opened up for transit by train is rich in scenic beauty r undulating lands, giimpacs: of distant hills and shining river, forming a pamoranic vi...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Club. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

ISowrai Wh undorsfand thai, l,liu secretiirv ol the Br>\vral Club has boon instructed to communicate witli the secretary of Hie TJowrnl School of Arts committee with a -view of solicitin.q co-operation in organising a picnic and concert, on tilt! I'riiute of Wales' .Hir111 day in celebration of the eknijin ol' tlio Ro'.vral Club room, tho term of live months, for which it was established, expiring ill f.lio cad fif (his month. It is expected Iho niTnir will bo zealously supported by the public, as l.hcro are no sports of any kind an nounced, to take place in Bowral on that day.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Primitive Methodist Sunday-School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

Primitive Methodist Hmulay-Scliool Picnic. THE annual Iron I in connection with the Primitive Methodist Sunday-sehool, Bowml, was hold in Mr.. Knnslon'R paddock lust Satmdiiv afternoon. Un fortunately .fur all, and especially Torjlhe youngsters, tlio weather turned out rather damp and unfavor able, and after being on the ground u few hours the rain caused « general dispersion ot persons to their rcspcefiveh.miHS. The children met at llie school room about two o'clock, and having formed in pro cession to 'ho number of about forty or fifty, and accompanied by their teachers and the Rev. Mr. Jennings, marched to the ground where the picnic was hold, several of the elder children carrying attractive banners. A\rhiit; fhe weather remained fine the youngster's enjoyed Ihemselvos in all the juvenile sports and amusements inseparable from such happy gatherings. Thorn was no meeting of any kind in the evening.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

ItiHvrul Wcsluyan B5:n»l «3" On Tuesday evening Inst the usual ibrt. niglitly meeting of the above society was hold in the old (schoolroom, which was'coin (brtably tilled. Tho llov. Mr. (Jldou occu pied the chair, tiu<) after tho opening oxur cisos gave a very interesting address, in which ho stated limb ho believed tho time was not voi'v distant when tho people in N. S. WIIIoh especially would return to parlia ment members who wore in favor of loyal option. lie also believed that, though women as a rule did not appear to dosire to vote (considering that only two 'voted at the recent Vigilanco Oommitteo annual election) they wore still very useful behind tho scones, in the way of inlluoncing husbands or sweethearts in tho proper way of voting. Four now members wero proposed and ac cepted. Itociiations woro given by Mr. Copp,, Mr. Skelton, Miss Campbell, and Mr. Bryan. Miss .Duprof, read her original pajioron " Home Inlluonce and solf respect." Songs wore givon by Mr. Burn...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bundanoon Railway Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

ESumlanooit Bliu3w;iy Trailiu. Tim following is* a statomont of tho trattio to and Ii'Oin Bundanoon station during thn .month nt Sep tember last:-Inwards-Goods, 10;! tons 11 cwt. lijr.; dogs, 2; parcols, 02. Outwards-Passengers, 308; goods, 137 Ioiih '1 cwt. 2 grs.; dogs, 4 ; parcols, 114.-E. Milne, stationmastcr. A j.iounsin'O court will bo hcltT. at Moss Vale to days . BiiiiiturA District raco meeting: conimonced yestor day and will close to-dny. 1 IiAir,WAY meeting in tho school of arts, Bowral, next Saturday aftornoon at 3 o'clock. BowJi.vn won the cricket match last Saturday against the Oaklands by 4 runs. The match was decided by tho first innings. The cholera cpidemiu lias alm ost .ceased in Franco, and advices from Italy stale that tho disease has de creased greatly in that country. Tim weather which during tho past few days has been very hot and sultry culminated yesterday afternoon in a heavy thunderstorm.., The rain fell in torrents for about ton or fifteen minutes and al...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Clever Artist. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

A Clever Artist. A ctfTiTOTO instance of tho practical valuo of art lias been furnished ljy an English draughtsman who was travelling lately in America as a special correspon dent of olio of tho illustrated pupei'K. At Chicago ho was onticerl into an empty house by some thioves, who, after drugging Jiim, stole his watch, purso, ami nearly all his oloUiQH,nml left him. The miscreants did not know, however, with whom thnyhad to deal. As soon as lio came to himself, tho victim returned to liis hotel, hastily Bliotchod from memory tho faces ot the robbors, and handod thorough drawings to tho police, who within twenty-four hours captured throo of lljo ruffians and recovered tlio gre»toi' portion ol, the stolen property.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

PRIZE COMPETITION. E offer n cash prize ot 5s. tor tho BEST vv ESSAY for publication in Ilia Uowral Fiea Press (not to excccil ono column in length) 011 "Tho best wft.v to cnlcbrate tho opening ot the Bowtal School of Arts." Competitions must roach our olllco not later than 3IONDAY, 3rd November. Wo also offer a cash prize of 2a. fid. for the host acrostic 011 " Inloliigeneo," for publication in Inlolli genuo of 2!)th intjtnnt. Co:i)])etitions to roaeh 11s not'Iater ilinn JIONJJAY, 27tii instant. Tho namo of tho successful coinpotitor will he withhold or published as requested. XV.? & D. L. 1)121511, l'loprielors.

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 — 22 October 1884

?RAILWAY TIJHi TABLE. 'J)OWN 1KATXB KUOM HYDNIIY TO TITK COUNTUY. ' JIail Tkain lonvcs Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, lit 8:piin.; Mittagong, daily, Mondays c.weptod, lit 12.30 a.m.; liowrul, J 2.38 ; and Moss Vulo, 12.50. "" l'As^sxoiiit Tiimn loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ox Qe'iited/at 0: a.m..; Mittagpng," 1.25,p.m.; llpwrul, 1.85; Moss Yale, 1.17. ' Ul' TItAVN,! 1'IIOM T1IIJ COUNTIlj: TO BYDXKY. .HAILTHAIS IcavcR Goulburn daily at 1.10 a.m.; 'Moss A'ale, 2.55; liowrul, 8.7; Mittagong, 8/25; {arrives. in'Sydnoy at (i.10. Passknoiki Thais leaves Goulbuni daily, SJutidaya: exempted, at 11. a.in, ; Moss Valo, 12.50 p.m. ; I5O\Vv nil, 1.12; Mittagong, l.dC; arrives in Sydiusyat 5.20. A passenger train leaves Mo^s Valo every morn ing, Sundays oxcepted, at 7.15 ; JJowral nt 7.i0; ri1 "rivoa in Sydnoy at 11.80; returns from Sydnoy eve: y; ovo'ning, Sundays, excepted, lit 5.8,T reaching How: ill at'J.lS and Moss Valo at 9.'10. The tourist train leuvos Sydney every . Saturday at'&amp...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGGESTIVE HINTS FOR MRRIED PEOPLE. HOW TO SPOIL A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

rSWCCESTIVE BUSTS FOJit JWOS'LE. How £0 Sroir, A Win Snub lior in company. Boss about her own affairs. Dominoer.over her at homo. . , : .1'ind fault with her in public. Bo extra cross whon alio is tired. . Try liard lo keep tho bouse uniidy. Alwayshave the last word yourself. Mover have fuel to cook your meiilg. Navor allow lior to think lior soul ia hov own. Nc'ver (jivo in, uvou if you know you ari! wronn. Never lend a liolninj' hiind wlion you know Hhe i« Biclf. Quarrel with lior.ono day unci humour hci' the next. ?????. Vow vonsnanco oniiill herJoiiinlo'fi'ionda, and snub all hor nuili! friends. Tell herr.a plain M por.siblo you married her to help to mnku n living. Mover oiler to stay with ,lhe children bo alio can walk out with a friend. ? Ituu bills for cigars, whether r.ho lias a decent dress on her buck or not. Pny.no attention ,to the household needs, then scold because the butcher's and grocer's bill arc so lawo. ' (rive as much for billiards in a month OH it would tako t...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

FACT'S, FUN, ArVI> FANCY. Tho MiiHonic order has about 110,000 lodges throughout tho world, ami not fuv from 15,000,000 members. A horse v. bicyclo race lor throe miles in England . rosultod in atveasy victory for. tho,'latter. Time, 8 111111. 51 see.' 1 > . ' ' ' In Raving eg«s for early hatching lie careful to gather them hoforo tho.y got chilled, us they will hatch with much greater certainty. An irate Mexican challenged a mmi who acciden tally trod on his favourite corn. II a duel comes off,' his opponent will know where to duel a tendor spot for a tar,;et. An old funner who wrote to an editor, asking how to gel rid of moles, nnd received the reply' "Plough them out," answered back : " Can't do it; it's on my gal's nose," The future Qineu of the Netherlands will ho the richest woman in Europe, being heiress to £800,000 of her Into biother,aml tho vast private possessions of her father, the present king. "No," Raid the furnilurn-doa'ei', winking his thumb at half-a-dozen no...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

C. SHAW, GENERAL Gnocun, Diiamiii, Iiionmonmh, <£O., Bong Bong-street, < a BOWRAL. . 2 . BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM, ' JlAIN-SinKET, MlTTAOOSU. . W. HUDSPETH, PROPRIETOR. , A LL descripl ions ot Boots and Slioe.s always on JCjl bund at Sydney prices. Repairs iioatly and promptly executed; new elastic put in old boots .equal to tbc original. '1 to ADVERTISERS! /"CONSTITUENTS forwarding advertisements to' lliis. ollico will kindly notify whether tlioy are to appear in the Free Press or .Intelligence,' or in (both journals. * . i Advertisements intended for insertion in the Freo Press, should reach us not later than 12 noon on i Fiidays; and those intended for insertion in Intelli gence not later than 12 noon on Tuesdays. ! Wits Proprietory. ? -Free Press*& Intelligence ofi'ico, Bowral..? ' /' t ' A. BITTER, = PjWNTEn,' Gbainbb; DECOII^TIM, ito., &o., | Ai'gyle-strcetf-SIOSS VALE, and Bong Bong-atrcot,., BOW1UL. n ' Papcrlinpgings, Oils, Varnishe...

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