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Agriculture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. OIL-BEARING PLANTS AND VEGETABLE OILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

$QximlimL STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. By ' Jbmbuoktoo.' OIIi-BKAEINa PLANTS AND VEGE TABLE OILS. KuTunsiNO to tho Eubjaot oommonood in our paper, upon the growsh of tho oaotor oil plant and tbo treatment ol its seed in order to obtain the castor oil of oommeroc, it whb caid that noworlnl maohinory is neoc-Bsary for the manufaoiuro of vcgotablo oils. The infereuco drawn wob that it wonld bo belter for tho grower of seed to cell bis produce, euppoBiDg a remunerative prico wero obtainable, rather than attempt to make oil, by what ia termed Bomo ' inexpensive process,' suitable for homo use. AH thn oaBtor oil, or indeed any other vegetable oil required for homo nan, doas not amount to much, and whon it cornea to a question of soiling a manufactured pro. dnot in competition with urtiolos made by skilled men with proper appliances, or with imported oils, all that oun be got for a orudely-mado articlo is more likely to dis hearten thon to enoourago tho grower. It is a bane to no Bmull portio...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sketcher. SELLS. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

\%kki[tx. SELLS. fCaiirtttded?! -The hnmonrof tho situations in many old oomeUioa and forooB deponila upon ' Bollo ' of uotno Bort. Husbundu lnitko lovn io thoiv own wivos iu diogniao nt miiBqnenidoB ; o»e individual hears his ohuruotor dUpmugea in the third pornou by another, who has uo idea whom ho is addressing ; or tho villum unwittingly seleots aa his aooompiioo thu mim (igaiust whom his machinutiunu are flirnntnij . At the Quoon'o Theatre ona night about ton yeara ago, during tho representation of a play at whioh tbo writer was prt'Bon6,aburat of npplttuse ?rosa from tho audiouou as an aotor nittdo his entrauou in tho suoond soeao. Ho wati uo celebrated artist or public favourite, bnl im ordinary ' wMking-gontlemnn,' nnknotrn to fame, who played one of the minor parts, and Beemod alitile puzzled — afl woll ho might — to account for such up. onthuaiuutio recep tion. There was no doubt about it, though ; tbo house rang with plaudits from pit to gallery ; so, thinking that tho pu...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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IN THE ATTIC. A DUST. He. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

IN THE ATTIC. A Duet. ' : ' Hi. That strain again 1 My merry little neigh . bour ? ' Croons gaily to the whirring of her wheel. Happy who still can find a zest in labour, Nor yet has learned its bitterness to feel. She. Still pacing, pacing without intermission, ... Two mortal houra I And was that not a What memories beyond that slight partition May surge of hopes that blossomed but to die ! He. To drudge from morn to night, from night to morning, , To toso and rail at fate on sleepless bed She knowa not this j nor shrinks her soul with scorning !From the vile toil whoso guerdon's barely bread. Sho. How blest am I, then, with my modest measure Of simple duties crowned by simpler joys ! And if I little wot of worldly pleasure, I know still less of pleasure's base alloys. Be. I fanoy her, unseen, some artle3s maiden Just peeping into life— half hopes, half fears ; ' ? Smooth brow, ag yot with sorrow all un laden j Bright eyes, with lustre Btill unquonchoa by tears. ? ' ?» '? She. Ho s...

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Natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

P#:al Jfcforg* MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By Donald Cameron. 'What Pop died oE wo never found out These birds are UBually long lived, but Pop was not five years old when he closed his oareer. I Btronprly suspoot that ho ato something poisonous in his greed and oatioaity. Whatever was the matter, ho took ill, and began to mope. In vain we invited him to play and gave him tit-bite. He would try, poor thing, to flutttor his wings and elevate his crest, but was nnablo. He gonorally lay on his breast on thejearpet, his head drooping as if too heavy for him to sustain, and the piteous look ho would rivo with his intelligent eyes, always sonfc my sister, into tears. Whon we failed to rouse him by scratching his poll and the underpart of his winga, it was evident Pop was bad. The oookatoa tribe dearly love to have these parts loratohed, and in a domestie state tease everyone to do it. Pop was inordinately fond of being eoratohed. When wo were all assembled in tho parlour he would as soo...

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A MAN IN A MILLINERY STORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

A MAN IN A MILLINEEY 8TOKK She had mildly hinted that she didn't care to go to churoh again until she had her Bummer bonnet, but at the mention of bonnet he turned around and belched out : ' Bonnet! 'Nother new bonnet 1 Why don't you go down and buy out every infernal bonnet foundry on Woodward avenue and dono with it !' 'I haven't had but one this spring,' she meekly protested. ' One ! Why, you've had forty !' ' Only one, my dear, and I can show you the bill.' ' Well, that cost forty or fifty dollars.' 'Oh, no. The bill is only nineteen dollars.' 'Nineteen dollars I Well, that's an outrageous swindle!' ' It is a very plain bonnet,' she remarked, and it was only for spring.' ' How much will a summer hat cost ?' he asked after reading down to the end of a column. ' Well, I'll try to get along with tan or twelve dollars, but you—' ' Ten or twelve demons 1' ho yelled aa he half.rose up. 'I tell you it's an out rageous swindle, and no one but an idiot would submit 1 They tack the price ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Presentation to Captain Garde. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Presentation to Gauiain Gtarde. On Wednosday evening, 12th instant, a number of gentlemen mot in, tho commercial room of Stanton's Boyal Hotel, Torrara, for the purpose of prosonting Captain John Gardo, of tho s.8. Illawarra, with an address expressive of thoir high regard for him, and congratulatory in its tone upon his having been acquitted at the Tecont Marino Board inquiry of any blame in the matter of tho collisionof the steamers Civilityand Illawarra, which happened off Kiama upon the morning of tho 13th of August last. Dr. J. P. Broroton occupied tho chair, and in presenting the address explained that tho pre sentation could hardly be callod a public affair. It was thought by a fow gentlemen of tho dis trict that it was a fittmg time to rocogniso in some slight way the high abilitios of Captain Garde, both as a marinor and a gontloninn, with whom thoy woro often brought in contact; and it was suggested that an address should be pre sented, nnd that everything connected with i...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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PRINGLE'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

PEINGLE'S FLAT. 'You will havo a beautiful day, my dear,' said Mra. Hope, as she looked1 admiringly first at her son Dick, who was' driving up to tho door in his new buggy, . then at her daughter-in-law, Mary Hope,, whoso honeymoon was at its full. 'I am so glad!' said tho youne: wife. 'What lovely weather we have had over since I came here I not at all like what some of my friends predicted whon they said we ought to spend our honeymoon inJ the East.' : Dick Hope at this moment sprang out! of hia buggy lightly, and gallantly extended a hand to hia wife. 'Nonsense!' exclaimed Mary Hope.. 'I am not such a helpless oreature that I can't, |»et'in myself;' and sho atepped lightly into tho buggy, with a merry laugh. Mrs. Hopo the elder, gave nn approving' nod: 'It'a just aa well to lot Dick know you can help yourself. These Western mon — ' 'Need managing like other men,' inter rupted her danghter-in-lawj with another laugh. Old Mr. Hopo, coming down from fcho stables at that moment, eyed...

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"CONGRATULATORY ADDRESS." "TO CAPTAIN J. GARDE." "Shoalhaven, September, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

' ' -*-l!f(lBATUl.ATOHY AUDBK33 ? . 'CAPTAIN J. OA n I) E.; 'Slioalliaren, September, iSSi. ' Sir,— On Mralf of tlio irany. who Have nt. nil times experi enced vour uniform courtesy, civility, nnd (,'cnlnl disposition, nml who can boar witness to youriimritimoflltill, whidi qimlity mi namimblv llta you for tho position yon hold ns coimimnflcr, In the service of tlis lllawurm Stcara Xnviitution Onmnany ; we lies to eongratiilnto you upon tho Into Mnrine Uonnl deci sion in reference to Uio collision tauvcen tlin ? Ill-.imimi ' and 1 Civility,' rtenmers, new Kiumn, on tl|o tilth ultimo, which nniirolv pxDiilnutcd vou from nil Illume in tho mntter: ittld we ? also boliovo that on that occasion, you with your cool, collected ilciacnnoiir, conjoined with your prnnticitl Kcnmaiishln, would lmvo brought your vessel wifely to port without nny 'nscistnnce. 11 Amiin receivo our cnnirratulntion nnd we trust thnt you mny long bo spared to till the onerous and responsible post you ao worthily occ...

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Nobelist. PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

? fgfoMttf, A TRUE STORY. BY A COUNTRY ATTORNEY. CHAPTER XIV.— {Continued.) For a fow moments there- was a dead Gilonoo in tho room. The ono solitary oaudlo aast a fliokoring light upon tho faoos of the two moil, and threw thoir sombre shadows upon tho wall. Tho face of tho lawyor was no less sombre than his ghostly silhouotte npon tho nakod plaster ; while the expression or tho banker's countenance betrayed more of anxiety than triumph. ' Wh'o knows of the forgery besides our selves i' asked the lawyer. , 'No ono.' 'Who, then, is tho -witness you spoko about?' . ' Sloggins.' ''. And ho knows nothing of the forgery ?' ' Absolutely nothing.' 'Then what, in Hoaven's name, docs ho know?' 'Simply that I made oertain marks, upon aoertain piece of paper, on a certain date, in Silas Hooky's oflioo.' 'And thiB knowledge is poi'feotly harm less until you supply tho key?' ' Pe'rfbotly.' 'And you don't intend to supply tho key ?' continued tho lawyer. 'Not if you consont to my proposition,' sa...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

SYBJ-&TSaY. [I'ROXI OUR COUttESPONDENT.] Bukjng the last fow weeks we have had a con sidorablo amount of rain, and the woathor has been cool and enjoyable. The spring picnics havo commenced, nnd tho Eight Hours' picnic to Pnrrnmntta Park, on Monday last, attracted about 20,000 -peoplo to that beautiful- spot. Parramutta must be in tho memory of every old colonist, with: tho old Government House, its hospitals, its asylums, and that institution, onco ronownod all ovor the colonies, at which several of our most prominont natives rocoived their education— tho King's School— while in tho case of a few, tho memories are cherished of Parra matta Gaol. Thoro has beon but slow progress in Parramatta sinco tho railway was opened, but there has beon progress, and it is by no means a dospicabio town. It has manufactories well known in tho colonies and it will soon have a tramway from the steamers' wharves through the centre of tho town. Tho Eight Hours' pic nic with its thousands of pe...

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Poetry. SINGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

ktuton. SINGING. Siroiho lrom the mountain spring, As it gnrgloa over ; .'?'.. Through tho heather and the ling, Through tho grass and olover ; Singing, laughing all tho day; Laughing, singing all the way. Staging through the leafy dolls, Wfloro tho shadows linger, And tbo wild flowers ring thoir bolls Xo tho morrv Binsor : Rippling, laughing all tbo while Singing, rippling ali a-smile. Singing round tho mossy stone, 'Neath the hazel bushes ; Singing whon it's all alone, Blouling through tbo rashes, Happy an tbo d»y iB long, - Never spooking bat in song. Singing at tho morning's dawn, When tho day is brooking ; Singing when tuo, light's withdrawn, And tho stars are waking ; Watohing, singing through the night ; Singing, waiting lor the light. Binging in tho April days, When tho oloadB aro wooping ; Staging tbrongh tho snmmer hazo, Whon Iho men aro looping ; Singing through tho antumn's chill, Through tho winter singing still. ? So, my soul, wake np tho song, Yield not to repining ; ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

? ? . .?? ? ? .'? ? ? ? We clip tho following from the Maclcay Chronicle, on tho subject of tho appointment of the Minster for Mines. The ' notes on passing events '? in thut journal aro contributed by a Sydnoy writer, who has mndo tho only roferonce we have observed in any other journai besido our own, to tho dummying under tho 2Sth soction of tho Mining Act. Mr. Flotcher does not appear to havo nrocoedod furthor with his motion men tioned aobvo, than to put it oh the notice paper. 'It is ourrently rumoured that tho Hon. E. A. Bakor, lato Miuistor for Minos, intends retiring from Parliament. It is further roportod that Mr Thomas Garrett is HUoly to bo offered the vacant office; but ? there is littlo credonce to bo put in thoso rumours for a few days ngo it was to bo Mr. Fletcher, tho sonior mombor for Nowcastlo, who is no doubt a more' fitting man than Mr. Garrott. 'iho latter has much to do with the land jobbery and has had too much to do with others for leases to mine for coal an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Tire Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or .counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pomioious articlo, dosorvos summary punishment. Boware of so-called tonics and diuretics rocommonded us bettor than or tho samo as Udolpho Wolfe's Schiodam Aromatic Schnapps, and purchases nono but tho gonuino preparation.— Adv. Hollovay's'.1 Olntmekt and Piii«.— Pistulas, pilos, oxcoriations, and strictures aro speedily roliovcd and ultimately , romoved by applying this Ointment after formontation with warm water. Porsons suffering from theso scourgos of tho human f ru mo should uirest thoir progress at onco, for it is both insidious and rapid, fistulas, if long allowod to go unchecked, not only woakon tho nervous system but destroy lifo. Tho sooner theso inestimable remedies are usod tho moro cortain is succoss, yot none need despair ; hopoloss cusos havo 'likewise yielded, and' tho suli'oror boon saved a painful deat...

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Wollongang Races. FIRST DAY.—WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Wulloiigomg ataties. First Day.— Wednesday, Oot. 12. First Eaco.— The Hurdle Eaco, a handicap of 2 sovs. each for starters only, with 30 sovs. added ;. second hoiso o sovs. from prizo; ovor seven hurdles 3 ft. 6, in'.', in hoight. Twomilos. Sir. T. O'Connor's Safefllard, flat ? 1 1-. if. llailuy's Juriler. ngul.bt (illi ? 2 ? ^- Cliim, Hat 121b ? 3 Time, '1 min. ,'Jo socs. Socond Eaco.— Tho Maidon Plato of 2 sovs oaoh for starters only, with 30. sovs. added; rocond horso u sovs. from the prize. Ono mile and a quarter. Hr. P. W. Hull's Oscar, Syra ? , J. Howea's Pliul.3 jra ? i- O. raKan's Julian, 4 yrs ? a Time, 2 min. 21 socs. Third Enco.— Tho Prince of Walos Stake.? of 20 sovs. Onco round. Weight for ago. Mr. E. Key*' H.irmaid, 5 yw (£10) ? 1 A. Shannon's Mghifont. B yi» (£U0) .-. ? 2 .1.1'. Oalvin's Tlioiu, 5--ra'(£10) ? S , Timo, 2 min. 10 sees. Fourth Biiee. — ^Tho Wolhmgong Handicap of 5 sovs eac'i for starters only, with 1 00 sovs added ; cecoud horso lo savs, and* third hors...

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Shoalhaven Mail's Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Shonlliuvcn fllails' Time Table. UuvcMninViilc ... T. W 'I'. V. S. Sim. a.m. AnhoYinnniKa . . i'o do do do do do 2.30 n.m. 11 HieniSmv. do do do do do do fin.ui: KimwirooVly do do do do do do 0 a m. Cnmbcwiimi. do do do do do do S.lfin.m. NmVr,, ? do do do do do do tl.ISii.itt. Tj'nvo Nowm .. do do do do do 10ft.ni. Sunday, 1 p.m 'telvoTou iToni'... do do do do do lp.ni. „ 4.110 „ Wiiiiiliimfiuu. do do do do do U p.m. „ B.IK) „ Conjoin . .. do do do do do -I ]-?'»? „ 0.1)0 „ Jfiltoii ? do do do do do (In.iu. „ !) „ UUiulnllii ... do do do do do 7p.m. „ 10 „ Lcuvo Ulliulnllii ? Si Jl T. W T. I'll, l.iiun.m. Arrivo Stilton ? do do do do do do fi.TO „ YuttovaUah.. do do do do do do U.1B „ Conjoin ? do do do do do do 7 „ Wniiiliuullnn. do do do do do do D.lfi „ . ? ' Toinoionir ? do do do do do do lO.lfi ,, . ' Nowni.,.7. ? do do do do do do 1.110p.m. ',- LcavoNowm ? do do do do do do S.SO „. ? Camhowiirm. do do do do do do 4.30 „ .'-?.. Kim'rooVlly, do do do do do do 7 „ -,,, itorrciiB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

ft3- Elects sirs to he BEeld. Good Templar's Lodge moots at Nowra, October 27, 1881, at 7 j» m. Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomporanco, meote at tho School of. Arts, Nowra, on Tuosday, Novoinher 1. Torrara Xi.O.L. meets on Friday, November 11, at 7.30 p.m. Shoalliaveii Shii»(ii»K Intelligence. , ? EXPOBTS: Per Allowric!' Cnptain G. Walker,' on tlio 1th October, to Biflnev: 109 taga butter, 1 liinrimcim, 7 rases cbip. 3 lia,t« oysters 7 baskets fish, 3 empty cases, 1 paper parcel, unit °™e' niamurn, Captain J. Oavne. on the fitli Oetoiior, to Btdnrv : 103 kegs Witter, 62 hues maize, 2!) cases cgisc 0 coops poultry, Spaolmgcs leather, 17 hMw, -Jciikos tallow, 12 cheeses, 11 baskets fish. 23 pipi, 131. piev.es codnr. mul sundries To Kinmn : 47 pigs, 52 tmfjs maize, .'I cases frmt, 1 cases bottles. To TVollonironi? : lfi bairs maize, 1 bag hull's. Per Illawarra, Captain J. Oarde, on tlie 10th October, to Bvtlnov: 182 bass maize., 78 kefrs butter. .'51 eases eiru-s, 17 baskets fish....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

IUawnrra steam M:»viSH«J»»i Comiiaiiy. ClO^BIENOING on MON'DAY, 3i (1 October, / tlio following will bo Uiu Trips by tlio. Stcnmors between Sydney and Shoallinvon : — „ , C Evorv Mnmlnv, Tuosday, and . From Sydney, j i?rid:iy m'glil, at 11. From Grocnwell ( Monday, 0 a.m. ; Tuesday, 3 Point. . ( p.m.; Thursday, S a.m. FARES: Cabin, «©s; Return (CuIiIm)* SOn; Steerage, ]£s «rt. . \ Tlio extra sleainor on tho nftornoon of TUTCS 1 ' DAY from Shoalhavon, will bo contimiod (luring ?tlio mimtnor months for thu purposo, mainly, of Riving cool transit to Butter and Perishablo Produce. , ' ' ' No Pigs or any Live Stock will bp 'convoyod by this steamer. ? i E. MANNING, Manugor. Sydney, 20th Soplombsr, 1881. Wanted to ha Known. W JONES, Ciillins-stvool, Kinmn, lias . Horses and Vehicles KOR 1 II TCR. Ho is prepared to nm between 'Wbllongong and 'Ulliulullii. Also, that ho is a cashpivehasor of llidcs and ^Kins in any quantity. D, LINDSAY DYMOCK, \vicfibneer and Commission Agent, JAMBBBO 0. W....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

? * ? Sir&soRiriTON to the Widow of the Late Eobert 'Lamb. — 'A subscriber to tho 'fund,' TJllaSulla, writes to us inquiring if the money subscribed in .aid of the widow and family of the -late It. Lamb, has been presented to tho widow' or if it has-been publicly aceountod for by the collector as promised ? Will some of our readers supply the informaion sought by our correspondent,, as we are not in a position to do 60.1 \i- ? ? ?? ? Bboughton Creek and Bomadeury Cotjn oni,rrOn Saturday last the Mayor convened a special meeting of tho council to considorthe subjeot of an error in the measurement of some contract work, the Mayor, and Aldermen Gray, Horgan,' Kennedy, and Sharpe being prosont. It was pointed ou'C that the error in tho measure ment had ocourred through its having been made before: tho timber on tho road was fellod, and-,th,e figures not having been tested after the road was cleared. The Mayor having shown ' that the contractor was willing to refund tho sum paid ...

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Special Telegraphic intelligence SYDNEY. Wednesday, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Special Telegraphic SntelSiKeiicc. (From. Qrevilh's Telegram Company.) SIDNEY. Wednesday. 5 r.ir. In tlie Legislative Assombly yostorday attention ?was called to the lato flogging caso in tho Mudgeo gaol, ?which -was by sorno thought to bo too sevoro for the offonce committed. Tho Govern ment's statement was that if the members know the -whole of the facts, they -would hold contrary opinions, and that papers would bo produced if moved for. The subject then dropped. The debate on Mr. Bead's motion for inquiring into tho -working of the land laws, was resumed by Mr. Forster, who moved an amendment affirming that the Government should introduced a bill to improve and consolidate the land law. Several members followed and the debate was further adjourned till Friday. No fresh cases of small-pox lately. Charles Bright, freethought lecturer, .was presented with 120 sovereigns at the Masonic Hall last, on his retirement for a time through ill health. The rain which commenced on Monday at n...

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Theodore Parker's Resolution. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Theodore I'arkcrV He'solu tion. Whbx Thcocloro Parker was married ho onlerocl in Ilia journal, on his wodding ilny, tlio following suggostivo resolutions, tlio kooping of which miulo liis married lifo a happy ono. They nro good for all married couples : First — Novor, oxcopt for tho boast of roa sons, to opposo my wil'o's will. Socond — To discharge all duties ' fji' hor sake frooly. Third — Novor lo scold. - Fourth — Never to look cross at hor. Fifth — Novor to woary hor with com mands. Sixth — To promote hor pioty. Sovonlh— To boar hor bunions. Eighth — To overlook her foiblos. Ninth — To suvo, chorish, and for over do fond liar. Tenth — To remember hor always, most afCectionatolj', in my prayers. Thus, God willing, wo shall ho blessed. LEJroy FOtt Susstuoke. — Tlio Maitland Mercury says that Mr. John Sawyer is firmly ? convinced that. some months sinco ho was' savod from a coming attack of sunstroko by using a lemon. Somo months sinco Mr. Sawyer was engaged looking after a buildi...

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