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HOW TO SPOIL A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

How TO yi'Oir, A IIUBIIAXD. Snarl at him. Ilonpeek him. 1'irid fault with him- ? Keop mi untidy iionra. Uoss him out of Ilia hoots. ; Humour him half .to death. Always have tho last word. ]3o extra cross on wash day. Quarrel with him over triiics. Vow vengeance on his relations. Never liavo meals ready, in liuie. Itun hills without his knowledge. Let 'him sew the. buttons on his shirts. Pay no attention lo the hout:ohold expenses. Give us much as lie can earn in.a month for a new bonnet. Toll him plainly as possible that ,you mar tied him for a living. liaise a row if ho dares to how pleasantly lo an old lady friend. Get every tiling the woman next door gots, whether you can afford it. or not. . I'rovidc any no it of pick-up me;il for him when you don't expect sitraijgers. Tell 11iin tho children inherit all their mean traits of character from his side ot (ho family. Let it out sometimes when yon aro vexed that you wish yon hud married some other fellow that you used to ho with. Giv...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Monday, October 20. BEFORE Mr. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. Childs, J.P. James M'Cann v. William Hudspeth. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

MITTAfiOK VOLIOE COUltT. Monday, Octobcr 20. UHFOUE Mr. Wilsliiro, P.M., anil Mr. Childs, J.P. .Tames M'Cann v. William IIIU1RI>O11\. Plaintiff claimed .£7 Ills. '.Id. for washing and iron ing for defendant. Mr. Goodfcllow appeared for plaintiff nnd Mr. Nichols tor I'o'ondant who liiid paid J21 10s. imo court in settlement of tho claim. Mary M'Cami, wife of James M'Cann, deposed Unit between tho Slh February niul lit!) .Inly last she did the washing and ironing for tho defendant and his family for which she claimed £7 t3s. ild., being twenty-one weeks nt Iho rato of 7s. Gd. per week; [This was the amount actually claimed, lmt tho correct figure-21 weeks at 7s. lid.-should ho £7 17s. (id.] defendant offered plaintiff £;) in settle niont of tho debt which she refused lo lake, and sub sequently refused ,1M 10s. which defendant also of fered her; it look about ono day and it half each week to do 1 ho washing mid ironing ; before Mrs. Hudspeth died plaintiff did Iho washing for tho fa...

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

SPRING, 1884. PRINTS, PRINTS, PRINTS, Sateens, Zephyrs, Cambrics, Drillets, and Galatea Stripes. A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT, Comprising tho NEWEST SHADES and DESIGNS. 250 PATTERNS to select from, and a GREAT VARIETY'IN QUALITY, i THE PRINTS &EGIN AT 2/4 THE DRESS. Also/ft VERY PRETTY ASSORTMENT of othor DRESS MATERIALS, including Nun's Veilings in fancy stripes, and all the favorite tints ; Figured and Plain Lushes, ' >< > ' Mohairs, Carmolitos, Cashmores, Serges, and liomespuns, with broches, laces, and buttons to mateli. The Millinery Room is Fully Stocked with all the Newest Sliapes in HATS nntl BONffETS, FRENCH nnd UNGLISII FLOWERS nnd FRUITS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS, LACES, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS, Ao" i And is under Iho management of, a Thoroughly Competent Millirc1 Thoro is also a very Choico Selection of Ladios1 Brocho and Lace Dolmans, Capos, and Ficlms, Laco Collarettos in the newest designs,,Ruffling in ?white, cream, apricot, black, &c. . LADIES' AN...

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

A RliockisiK Tragedy. Intiji/MOKNCK has been received in Bangalore of a most outrageous nuirilor which was perpetrated in the village of Chiokanaikpnlln', in the taluk of Nola vangalmn. A villager accompanied b,y iiis sister, was en route to Bangalore. Doing overtaken by night, and as Ihe weather wns threatening, they accepted the hospital!ty of a go win and hiiioightsons, tho onlyresidents of tho village or Chie'tnnaikpnllu. Hero the guests appear to have been properly (rented, and, lift or partition;; of a meal, nil appealed to have retired to rest. It is then reported that at midnight ?tho unfortunate woman heard a conversation with the gowda and his sons, in conse<inenco of which .sho stripped herself of the jewels she was decked with, and made thom over to her brother for safe enstodv. The latter then appears to have left tho house. and on hit) return fouud :hin sister weltering in a pool of blood, with her abdomen ripped open with some sharp instrument. Before the e...

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 22, 1384. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

The tovereignty of man licih hid in knowledge. Wednesday, October 22, -1384. PART of ilic vexed question of Llio Pacific annexation is sottled by Dig Imperial Gov ernment having at length consented to pro tect Now Guinea. This beautiful island, so wonderfully rich in vegetation,'and " where every prospect pleases and only man is vile," when, under tho protectorate ofHrit tiiii; will cease to bo the prey of lawless in vasion and oppressive treatment., either at tho hands of British or foreign invaders, l'liis English jurisdiction is to extend over the smaller islands adjacent to New Guinea, tlms adding what; in time ninv becomo valu able additions to her Majesty's possessions. From tiic accounts of the various explorers who have traversed the interior ol Now Guinea it is evident that all'the products of tropical climes may find n congenial soil in most parts of this extensive island. Goil'ce, sugar, and other plantations have already been started and hid fair to turn out profit able ...

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

CUIMIUXT EVENTS. Sixty acres of crop have been destroyed by grubs' on one farm in Victoria. An expedition coinposcd of SO Americans lias been organised to explore New Ouinoii. Mrs. llnmpson, tlio well-known evangelist, sailed; from Sydnoy for Now Zealand 011 lu'iday last. At. Ilalrnnald lust Saturday tho thermometer re gistered 98 degrees in the shade and l ot) in the sun. A Jockey Club was formed at Silverlown last week, and between £200 and £300 was subscribed towards tho first meeting. Tho death is announced of Mr. T. D. Sullivan, M.P. for 'Woslmcath, and for many years a promin ont supporter of tho Homo liulo purly. Tho Hon. Alexander Stuart continues to improvo. satisfactorily. On Monday lie wan reported to lie much stronger, and in othor respcots very much bolter. Tho death is nnnounend, at tho ago of 89 years, of TI.1UI. tho Duko of Brunswick, who is also the Duke of Cumberland and Toviotdale in tho British: Peerage. . A proseout.ion is to bo instituted in Melbourne to tost t...

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

.1 Wotvtnn Slogged. ON the night of the 30th of July, in Spencer Town ship, Harrison County I w!, twcniy-tivo miles wefct of New Albany, ti gang ot twenty maslcod lnon went to the rosidenco of Mrs. Sallie Tipton, widow, and, talcing her from lior hud, tied her to a tree near her residence and gavo . her a most cruel, tenting . ,with: hickory switches. The wretched woman fainted twice din ing hor torture, the miscreants resmsci toting hor by throwing water upon her. The woman's shrieks lor mercy %vnro heard a quarter of ti milo away by a neighbour, liut, not suspecting tho cause of thorn, and tho night being very dark, lie did not go out to investigate. Alter this terrible torture,the men un "loosed hor from tho tree and departed, warning hor that unless sho left the neighbourhood within twonty days thoy would again visit her'-and inlliut still severer pnnishinont. The poor woman, it is said, was suspected of being uneluiBto, and those alleged highlymoral citizens took this method of...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAISY LATIMER OR, FOR LOVE OR WAELTH. CHAPTER II. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

DAISY LATIMER Oil, Fon Lovis.on WJUI.TII. CHAVTI3H II. (CONTINUED); 'Daisy's tio-n L was aching virolv when alio was ush ered into Mrs. Smith's brilliant drawing-room. Sho .hud waited for 1 vo, and waited in vain ; ho had .never oojiu! ; iivul tlio giii foil strangely hurt when alio rcJIeelod on h'.s milliner. For a f'iw moments shehurdly know who was 4hero or U> whom slui spoke. Then, when tlio con funioti cloarod uwiiy, sh* N'iml'.iw conscious Hint she was speaking to a till!, wry handsome man, who AVIVIJ loaning 011 her while she answered in monosyllables, In:) daii; t.-.ies gazod admiringly on her lovely face. , Dniay could not romi'mber his name, but sho was sure it. wan tho sumo per-wi) whom sho lind seen in ,tho shop: that afternoon., " Yon will give lis a souk, won't you Miss Lati mer?" asked Mis. Smith, approaching thu pair. I' I hope'yonr cold lias ijuite disappeared." "TJianlr ymi.yuii; but. indeed 1 had rather not sing," pleaded Daisy. " I n#i) not in voico. " Sir Phi...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECT POETRY Somebody's Darling [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

mtiMBWiiiWflWII. «W«naiU"4TOMBKllHlTTinroiltfilJUft!IIIOB S. ,E 5, K ? 'A1 J>«ETK.y, , Swmclyxly\s ;I.nto n .ward ot.tfie whitewashed walls, Whom llio du;td and dyjng lpy, Wounded by buyonefii, sheila, and balls, . Somebody's dulling was bonso 0110 (.lay; /Somebody's dailing so vomit! mid so brave, Wearing yet on hin palo sweet fnee, Soon to. bo hid . by I ho dust or Uio grave, Lingering light ot his boyhood's grace. /Mulled-and damp arc (ho emir, of gold, Kissing llio imow of his fair young brow; l?tvtc mo tl\o lips of delicate mould, Somebody's dulling is dying now ; lluok from his beautiful lihio-voinod brow, lintsh all llio waves of wandering gold, vDropH his builds oil hin bosom now, Somebody's darling isntill mid cold. ?Kiss ln'm.once for somebody's sake, Murmur a prayer both soft and losv, .One bright cml from its fair mutes take, They were somebody's pride, you know .:Somobo;1,y's hand has rested there, Was it.ii mother's soft. and white? And lmve the lips of a sister fai...

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

Shocking Death. A LiT'rr.i? girl about olovon years of ago, named Bortha Alfred was lulled in a most horrible manner on Calais Sands recently. Tho child, who it appears had previously been taken to witness the living at the ranges, wandored down to tliem by itself, arid mannged, notwithstanding Hie precautions taken by the mililaty authorities, to got beyond tho bound aries; Finding a shell on the ground, slie Roems to Iiavc struck it on the head with a stono. Tho shell immediately exploded, projecting tho child some dis tance nway and mutilating her in a horrible manner. Uptli of her lugs wcro blown off, and iho body was fearfully lacerated by pieces of shell. Tho noise of the detonation attracted several-persons to tho spot, and tho child was taken to tho Calais Hospital whero she expired.

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Farewell Address of King Tawhiao. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 22 October 1884

Tti« Farewell Address oi* E£iJi<j Titk following is the farewell addrosB of King Taw-, hiao tn Inn frionds 111 England, whioh ho requested Major Tn "Whonro (o publish. The address is as fol lows To my dear friontls ,\vlio- havo cherished mo andmycompanions, and who havo invited us with great; hospitality on our reaching .this flistant, land. May you and your-wives and children live.. I am returning to my race and my land with tho blessing of Gad, who led wo and my friends ttcross the great ocean to see you, and to know tho thoughts of the groat nation. So I am Bonding you my fare-. well grooving. ])woll hero in your own land, and among your own people, and may God, who has "shown uic kindness, keep yon.'...The kindness and love which you liavo shown us and our friends will not be lost. Wo liavo Been the goodness and the peaoefulnoss of ail tho nation with their wives and children. Oh, .my dear friends, the outcome of good noss never varies from this. See Matthew, fifth (s...

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 — 29 October 1884

R/JLAVAY TIME TABLE. . DOWN. TUAINS FROM SYJUNBY TO THE COUNTRY.; Maii. THAIS leaves Sydney daily, SuntTjvya excepted, at. 8 p.m,_; Mittagong, daily, MpndayB o:fccpt?d,'at 12.IJ0 a.m.; Bowrul, 12,1)8,; and Moss ,Vi>lo,, 12.CO. = rARSENo^n Tiiain loavoaSydnoy.daily, Sun.daysox cepted, at () a.m.; MitlEgoiig, 1.25 p.m.; Bowrul, 1.H5; Moss Vale, 1.-17. i m; TUAINS irnoji TUB COU.ntiiy .Tp',pyj)SE\. '. MAIIITIIAIN leaves Goulburn daily at l.10 ti.m. j Moss Vale, 2,55; Bowral, _3.7; Mittagong, !J.25 ;,arriyeB in Sydney at (5.10. I'asru.noku TIIAIN ICIIVCB Goulburn,. daily,, Sundays excepted, at 11 a.m. ; Moss Vale, 12.50_p.nl..; Bow nil, 1.12; Mittagong, 1 .'15; arrives in Sydncy.at.S.'JO. A passenger Itttin Icavea .MOSB Yale.,evoi;y corn ing, Sundays exccpled, at 7.15 ; Bo>vral Lnt. 7.(1.0; ar rives in Sydney n.^ 11.310; rotiirns from Jjydnoy every evening, Sundays uxcuptod, at^.8, reaching Bowral at 9.18 and Moijs Yale at, ,9.-10. _ Tlio touvisl.Uaiir leaves .Sydpey^oyory., Satur...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

WJtKENT 13VENTS., Tho Hon. Jolin.XW.cr, M.L.O,-,' is dead. Mr. Stuart's health cantinues.to improve. European settlement in Now .Guinea, to bo pro hibited for tho present. It is stated that the Hon. JohivFra?.er;died worth half a raijlion of money. The death is announced of Sir:,Valentine Flomipg, formerly Oliiof JiiBtico of Tasmania. The second roading of tho FranohisoBill will bo movod in , tho House of Commons oiu/i'hursdiv.'. next. Ooneral Grant has undertaken.to write a serios of. twenty " war artielcs" for whioh lie is to receive. '£2000. A woman-Mrs. Bejva Lockwood-has boon nomi natcil as a candidate for the Presidency of tho United States. ' Three Ares broke out during Saturday and Sunday in different parts ..of tho surburfcs, but no material damage was done. ! A destructive fire has oconrrod at Moscow. A theatre and eighty shops wore .burnt, to .the ground. Tho damage is estimated at H,000,000 roubles.. Mr. Copoland,. tho, cyclist, lias crossed the .Bluo Mountains on hislri...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

I!IErU<)I»«LITA\«OS.SIIV (FROM ;onn..C,onBi5sroNDENT ".CiiAiu."): Conferences, and pic-nics seem the order off the.d,ay. All,tho religious .dciioniiijations have,.been giving the . children of.tbo Sab-. bath-.Bobpols, thoir annual harbour, oxcnr !si.ou.and;fGastfli/mco atsome of, the delight fujjno.Qkg that so richlyabouud ground Port Jaijkspn,, Tho youngators hayo a glorious .tini8(,of;it-first the trip, in the. steamer .oyer tiie.bpiiuding wjivos, tli/en the lauding in a, bay,- whpre.tbero.. is the, most inviting sand beaoh.to.piok up shells .on, and thou dabblo barefpotcd. in tlijB cool soa water. ; Then, .wha^with the games and the tqa and,, muf lhi^ sqramtylo, it ia_.no wonder thai; so many.of tho schplars. cbaugo..from school to soJJOOI in, order to., be in for the dLQeront treats all iho.ohurobes give ?OQC0 inthp.yeaiy If > tliese.yearly. outings topic,place on.thp,Bame,.day1tbeso-juvenile 8Qh,emersswoiild; bo,.in ,ft,, fix.; -but. as thoy generally,,- occur,, n...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

NOTICE. TjHE.flV9prieto.rs, of theBowral Free, Press mjtl IntoU ligbneo will bo happy, to communicate, with persona throughout the, district willing',to become corveapcii, cjents to either or both the above journals; W. & D. L. BEER, . PropriplovB. TBIE WONDERFUL SONG* BOOK., eONTAIN.SComio Songs, Funny Jokes, English, :, Ijjish,' Scqtch, anil Sea Songs, Recitations,'; Darkio.Drolleries, Minstrol Molodies, and Funny Niggejrl Nqljibns. 820-pages. Pricq/ ls. 9d. at tho; Fro,e,Prcs's, Book and Stationery Depot, Bowral. Vy^ p(9,stils. 10d. " ? BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS,: &c. QN SALE^ at tho.Free Press Bqok and Siatioi)-! ; * "ery Dippot, lioivral, SONG BOOKS.-A great variety of English, Irish,1 'ScotcliJ'and American, containing sentimental,' ? comio,'a'n4: nigger songs : "from 3d. inwards. HITS ;ANI), SiaTS:-Hiimprous sketches by Bill . Nye,'ilhistratedj, price 8dl by post lOd. HOME; CHIMES.-Containing short tales, osE&ya, . otc. 9d'. by. pqstlld. NEVER.-A Hand-Book f...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. A< MEETING of poisons intprenterl in the for J^X. i lualion of a Litornry and Debating Society in 'B.owral""iviJ]'= 1)0 held injSachelors' Hail (lata, pout offloe) TO,MOiUlOW(Thursday) ?EVENING at 7.' SO o!ciock. DANIEIjIJ. lJKEHr 8,; Hon. Sec. pro tcm.. PRISE. COMPETITION;, "XXrE offer a- cash prixa of. Cs. foe tho-BEST VV> ESSAY 'for publication in llic Bowral l'rco JJi'oss (not to exceed, onocolwim. in length) on "'The host way. to"enlcbvuto the opening of the ljowral S.chool of Arts."' Competitions must reach.,our office.not later limn MONDAY, 3rd November. _ The name of the. successful competitor will ; be withheld or published as-requested. W., & D. Ij. BEER; Proprietors! PRIZE.STORY for FREE PRESS; "TT^'ITH'/i viow of promoting and. encouraging 1!, lileratnre in llie district, and from a desire. to iniprovo.our journals by tho publication of original articles, wo., hjivo decided to oiler a pri/.o of' two guineas fori tho be...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shocking Death near Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

StioclriiiK Death near Ri-ai<lwootI ;An awful occurrenco took placo at Bvaidwood last*, i.Saturday.£ : Mr. Owen Fox, a resident of Warri, 3; : miles from Braidwood, oversew for Mr. W, F. Gor- :: don, of Monar, loft his home to attend a wallaby, drive live miles distant; leaving his wife, who> was , an old lady about TO. to take care of the house;. ,AVhen .ho returned in the evening ho found,the house, and outbuildings burned to the ground, and his wife missing.. Having sent word to Braidwood, .Sub-in-;' apeetor Cusey despatched Constable Justin to the spot,.whoj aftor some search, discovered a fowichar red bones and part, of the Bkull bolonging to the missing woman. The deceased had been very in lirm lately, and it is supposed that 'having-fallen in ;to tho fire, in a lit, hev clothes caught, and thon uetv fire to the house, Much sympathy is felt for Mr.. Fox.. . A monster demonstration of the supporters of tliev Liberal party took place last Sunday in Hydo Purl?,, who...

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

To., Correspondents.; 'MIMOSA.-'Your story, - " Allfor.Love,""lias been ro c'pivod.\ You have not, liowevcr, forwarded your name or,address whichwo shall require, not neccs Hnrily.focpublioatiDn, but, as a guarantee.of. good Iivith;'. ADA i GOMISJIY.-Competitive . Story, , " Ethcl. Gar land ; or, Undying Love," received; also your os-1 say.on Tho.Best .Way to open the Bowrai School ot Arts.. W'. A:,E.-You should have, written on ono.sidn of the paper only, and been more careful in regard :to punctuation anil legibility. Your story awaits consideration of award, for. second prize .of,half a guinea. . .

Publication Title: Intelligence
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Birmingham "Midget." [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

The; ESirniiii^luiiii " iJIiilgcl."* 'Somi;- extraordinary scones wore witnessed 'at IJir- - fininglmrajon Sunday, August 2d, in connection wilhi f tho funeral ; of tlie " Midget." 'After the ?? death'the i .'mother was anxious to dispose of the body to a. 'showman, hut in order to defeat this objcct'the de puty. coroner (Mr. Weeks) ordered llic corpse to bo undor: police surveillance until' after .... the'--burial..'' .The coUiu of the " Midget" was 18J inches-long, six, inches wide, and <JA-- inohosdeep,'and boro - tho'fol lowing inscription : "Lily Evans, : the-' Midget,'.' "died August the J8, 1881, aged six weeks' and' four ? ;days." ;; Crowds of' persons have besieged the house >. 'since the inquest on Thursday.; The coffin; -which t 'has been on exhibition, had drawn far greater audi-; ences than when the " Midget," was in. the hands.; 'of! the showman.. Early in tho afternoon on - Sun-.. day a mourning.coach drove ?up to tho house to con-. .vey tho remuius to t...

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 29, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Intelligence — 29 October 1884

The sovereignly of man lieth.hid.in. knowledge. Wednesday,-, October,- 29,, -1884;, THE -.period?during which. it, was : decided that .the Bowral, Club , should remain in ox-, igtonoe expires on the 31st instant; and wo understand; it. is not the..intention., of i'tbo committee to carry it on during the summer : months;: consequently-on Friday next the institution that .was.ushered, into existence amid the .enthusiasm, of the Bowral-public will bocomocdefunct.. The demonstration attending -the opening ceremony was of too elaborate a,.character to be easily forgotton ; and as >wo,. write, wo. cannot' help ,thin!:ing first i. of. the. sumptuous repast, . then of tho chatty . speeches- and: entertaining songs that made merry the evening of the formal opening of the Bowral Glub. Nor can, wo. refrain from.asking tho question, Has the Glubjbeen a success?,' To say .that it has, l orthat. jt has not, is inoro than we care about doing.- We would first of all like to know what succoss or ...

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