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The Intelligence was a weekly newspaper published in Bowral, New South Wales in 1884.
The Intelligence was first published on 8 October 1884 by William and Daniel Beer, who also published the Bowral Free Press. The Intelligence and the Bowral Free Press were intended to operate as separate newspapers and content in one would not be republished in the other. The Intelligence only produced four issues before it ceased publication on 29 October 1884. As a result, on 5 November 1884, the Bowral Free Press changed its name to Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer and began to be published twice weekly.See the full Wikipedia entry
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