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The Poetry and Music of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Tlio Poetry ami Music of Ireisuul. Ireland is a land of poetry. The power of the Past thero, over every imagination, ren ders it a land of romance.- The past is yot an actuality in Ireland ; in all othor parts of the British islands it is a song. Tho tragedy of Floddon Fields moves a Scotchman's fool ings, but it does not disturb his business ; the battle of Bannockburn calls up his enthusiasm, but, though it keeps him late at the bottle; it nercr koops him. lato from the counting-house. . Tho imprisonment of tho poot-king Jamio softons his affections, but it loaves his judgmont perfectty clear on bills of exchange and tho price of stocks. Even tho battle of Oullodonis gone long ago to tho calm impartiality of things that were. The 'Welshman take English money without remorso, and say not a word about tho assassin, King Edward, and tho murder of. their bards. Even tho. English themselvos have but a faint .remembrance of the Hep tarchy, the revolt of tho barons, tho wars of tho Eosos...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Y~\N and after this date any CATTLE found \J TRESPASSING on Wollomia Rum will bo impounded. / m/^, I u E. S. HOWE. 18th July, 1881. ' [/ NWTSCE. MAIZE. NOTICE. MR. THOMA^/wrfsON, of Mayfiold, Shoalhavon//is S CASH purchasr of MaizoJ in any quantity. 'y MAIZE 6KOWERS. PERSONS wishing to SHIP MAIZE to tho Co-oporativo J£on-vMiy for Salo, can ho suppliod with BAGS bfr/(i]$lying to JOHN MONAGHAN, or W. KENNEDY, Directors. Shoalhavon, 29th September, 1881. Shoalliavcn Bfcrtrlct Tnrr CInb, HTHE COMMlTT^E^C~tho above Club -will _1 moot at the Central Hotel, Groenhills, on TUESDAY, 13th instant, for tho transaction of important business. j H. HOSS, \ Joint / THOS. CONNOLLY, j Secretaries, ^f T~ '1 ? ~*'1W* Trespass Notice. . ( - ON and aftoM tftis Aato, nil CATTLE found TRESPASSING/ on that portion of Bor rollan Swamp knoyki as CASSHIN'S POINT, will be IMPOUND! D without further notice. / T JOSEPH FORSYTH. V G-RANI PICNIC! ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9, THE Steamship ' Brisbane,' kindly given for...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Commercial Intelligence. South CouhI and West Camtlen Co operative Comnany (Uiuited). Sydney Mauket Prices. TnEliE has beon fair nctivity in theso mar kets since last reported. Vory considerable quantities of both dairy and farm produco havo been sold during tho last fivo or six days, and on tho wholo pricos havo boon woll sustained. Butter is coming in vory frooly; wo havo roceivod about thirteen hundred kogs (1300) during tho weok, and it is noarly all sold at 8J to i)d. Tho quality of tho butter coming into tho markot is good; anything inferior is tho exception. Bacon has an upward tendency ; really nice bacon is worth Gd to 7d in small lots. Chooso is worth Gd to 8d if of fairly good quality. Eggs. Wo have sold at Is por dozen with good demand. Maino is worth 3s 2-1 to 3s 3d. Potatoes. Tho markot is a littlo improved. Livo stock did not soil so woll last wook : wo aro now soiling our livo stock by auction Calves on Friday last woro in somo cases sold very low. Furly in tho wook ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Cricket. A match was played on the Recreation Reserve, Nowra, on Saturday, 22nd Oct., botwoon two ro prosontativo elovons of the Nowra and Pyreo cricket clubs, which rosultod in a vory oasy win for- the latter club. Tho following are the Booros : — NOWRA C. 0. H. O'XWl, c HMiiml!ion, b T. Kennedy ? Ilk bT.Brodio ? 0 I. Hewitt, b P. Kennedy .. . 0 1-. T. Brodio ? i 3. M. Brown, h.o.w., b T. Kennedy ? 5 o Brodio, b T. Kennedy i B. Cox, b T. Kennedy ? 4 b Kennedy........ ? 7 G. Mnguirc. c K. Bniloy, b T. Kennedy ? « notout ? IS TV. Unkcnineli, bnidiardnon 13 b P. Kennedy ? ; ? 1 H, Bigg, not out ? 12 o Smith ? 0 E. Hawker, run out ? ? 0 b P. Kennedy . .-. ? 0 T. Edwimis. h.o.w., b T. ;; Kennedy ? 1 runout ? 0 W. Moore, b T. Kcnnwly ? 1 li P. Kennedy ? 0 E. Hewitt, b T. Kennedy ? 0 Oxloy, b P. Kennedy ... 0 Total ? GO Totul ? 28 / PYREE C. 0. T. konnedy, b O'Noil ? 5 b O'Ncil ? IS 8. llictmrdson, b O'Ncil ? 0 o Olralinin ? 10 ,T. O'Connor, run out ? .' 0 K. Howio; run out ? 2 b O'Ncil ....

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Homour. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

§mmx. , (From JIarpir't Drawtr.) TEH-aruMY 1b death on verbosity. Texas thoy niiamor it down to voweln. Spool men : K man in a certain neighbourhood, who had lost n valuable mare, received, per wire, the following doBpatah : ' Mare hero, Come got hor. Thlof bung.'j Duuino the eoaoon just paused) an English gentleman, familiar with gun and rod, hap ponod to be a gaoat at the Sooth Side Olub, Long Island, near Now York. Ono fine morning, whilo pacing the piazza he saw approaobing an old negro having in one hand a riokoty flint-look shot-gnn, and in the othor some- twenty odd woodoook. Ao oofllirjg the African, tho gentleman said, 11 My good follow, that's a fino string of birds yon have.' ' Yob, Soli, dom'a good birds, and no mistake.' 11 Fray, my mat), did jou shoot them here about ?' ' Ycb, Sab, slot 'em nil round hero.' 'Ah, 'pon my w-o-r-d, that's v-o-r-y ej.; traordiuary. And did you' (pointing to tho old gun) 'shoot thorn with that singular instrument?' . ! ' Yob, Sab, every One...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

;''?'?. '.yb'TBiiIldcrs. f . TTIENDERS nro.invitaLfor the ERECTION d£ ? X ? a BTnLDINCUin/unction-stroot, Nowra, i- 'labour only. Plaus/yyj. specification, and full .iufofuiution.-on apmijnition to . /. GREEN, ' Gonoral Stores, Nowra. ' ^ Depart monl of! /in-K Sydioy, 1 3th Ootobor, 18S1. ''X, A. N]D ¥At H'V A TTONTr()N^?H aljfcl to a finlo of Crown ?J\. Limds lyTte' oTdMil tho Land ODlco, Nowru, rtn tlio llthN vembor. 1881. comprising lands, Comity St. Vin cut, Parish Borimbadal. Vor fuitlier paiticul ih hoo Gazelle of 4th 'October, 1881. No. 31 7, atPolicoOilicoorlocal Land Ollico. ?JAMES IIO6TCINS. Doi-ni tmont of Public Instruction, , » Sydney, 2i)lh Octobor. 1861. Tender** for Sron Taiolis. ?rjiENDTCRR nr-- invited for tlio supply of two JL IRON TANKS for tlio Public School at JCnngaioo VnlloJ^ Plans and fi|iecifi-\yfion«i may bo soon, nml Forms ot Tcitidor okMg/nd at tbo OfTico of tho Dcpm tinent of Vi/MoJm-ti-aetion, Sydnoy, and at JCanpiioo V.illo/Pubrie Suhool, on applica t...

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(Front Harper's Drawer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

(From Harper's Drawer.) Mb Twain wsa somo tlmn alnoo fouid a home ia hta library, dandllnj upon hla knee, with evry appearance of load p,«rieataas9, * young T««ia— so youa- at not jat to ba ?hie to ' w*Ht uptlgh'i »nl m*lu bir^ilns.' Mrs T^jln, ou showing tho visitor in^o th* a»notuui, and Hading her spouse thui angsgod, said, ' No-v, JI -rk, you litxow you lovo . that baby — inn\ you?' » VV*H,ri r^pliod M»rk, In his Blow, driwl ingkladof w\y. ' I— em's— «X\otly — «»j— I — lovs— Id— but I— respect — it t' In old militia H'Ud'. Goffitovn, BUU borouqh Ojtlaty, H-jw H luipibire, wn the reni-tn'oai whore tU'i intllUry of tbo Bur. roundiug country usinmbltd annmlly for drill. 1'. wns an osctsba thtt draw together young nnd oil for nm? miles '.iroutid, and its pirado-i, 8lnm-figU:s, pjr«ona) et-cuiintar9, gitnbline, driukim;, nnd g»noral uproarious Ufsa imda ' G jifitown JImtcr'' a familiar o\an to all who over dwelt la the aontMl or southern porthna of tha StAte. Very e.tfly la tho morni...

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Bumour. THE BLOODY BROTHERHOOD! [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

§OT0nr# THE BLOODY BROTHERHOOD ! By Wtomino Kit. Thbbe were hve of them— all small hoys. In the stable loft — In sunny comers o£ the garden fenco, where a^ed Solomon's glorious trnys dia pollod the dark shad nve. ; In tho back kitchen, by tho dim roligioua li^ht of a tallotr caudle, and— Arouud the gabie end oE the village school hcusa they bad read — They had dovaurol— They had gloated oyar the superbly luuatjruibeu, tea cenc eaiciou oi — BUCK6KIH BILL — The Bloody Hatcher of the Bid Land B-inge 1 TJn.iil tbeir youthful hearts burned likft a tur barml at a prooiuofc caucus 1 And the blojd coucjed through their veim as oouraoch tae fijry Uva adown Vesuvius' rugged face — , And then thoir smothered ambition buist forth, and their futuio path was spro td be'ore them — Bathed in tno uriiU30n go-o-o-r-re of the red man ( They formed the ' Brotaerhooi 1' Tae Slnody Brotheraood II! : To amis ! Taea flod they to. their ssveral homea,, with, the Bpeoi ot the affrighted hen aa ahe sails over...

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Bousehold. A TALK ON DRESS. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

§M0£jmk A TALK ON DRESS. (From Harper's Monthly.) ' (Concluded.) We have eaid that one objaot o[ areas is it. beautify; perhaps wo auould say, to amphaaizs beauty. A perfect proportion ir, the greatest beauty, but it is alBe the raroBt. Usually the problem of dress is to bring iuto relief ono or two fiae points, and opo coal tho many dtfioienoies. That woman wbo acknowledges to herBelf her own de fiaienoies, and«bises her dress upon he- finest points, will make tbo most pleauug impreaaion. Seeing that so many women devote a great deftl of time to dresa, it ia a tutie r^mrirKaote ina« ao lew nueui iu ui«a» '.be problom upon any radio*! prinoiple. Oao woman bos no beauty ol figore, but a fiae head and lovely eye s. , She is sure to Wtiar a .tight-fitting gown that omphtuizjn .he defiaienoy of her figure, and to come ' with all her imparfootiona on her head'- in tbe way of a missive coiffure, while the colour ot her wbo'e costume is not chosen with any reference to the colour o£ her ey...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. Friday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Orevillc's Telegram Company. J : . SX'DNEY. Friday, 10.30 a.m. \ The Aulburn ureek Lointnissionor laid his re port on the table of the House last night. Some- very ugly disclosures are mado. Thomas Garrott, member of Parliament, — Eussell, solicitor, and — Waddell, bank mana ? ger, aro all pronounced guilty by Mr. Salomons of corruption and bribery. E. A. Baiter, (late Minister tor Alines), is dooply im plicated: and several others more or less. Mr. Garrett pathetically appealed to the Government to state what action they were going to take, if any, quickly, and not to keep him in suspense. Tho Promior replied that some action must bo taken, and that tho Government would lose no time in stating samo. Pears are entertained that tho Government will '? not act determinedly and decisively. [The above was issued to our town subscribers on Friday last.] ';.-. ... Wednesday, 10.35 a.m. The Legislative Assembly, last night, took into consideration tho...

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natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Osteal §mkx$ ? MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By Do^AiiU OixiBiioN. The Anstrnlian oposanm benrs no roaptn blauoo to its American namesake, wbioh is a very ugly areatnre. Tbe Australian animal ib one ol the protiivst nnd moat graceful ureatures in the world, with soft, pleasingly colonrtd far, and makes a very inioroBliog pet, its Innocent, playlul nature being very iittraoliso, while, as I have already Buid, it is, ia onplivity, if properly tended nnd fed, a moBt cleanly animal. Indeed, all Australian noimalfl, except the native bear, ara ex ceptionally olean and tidy, and taho groat paina over Keeping inerusoiyoei irom uoin| dirty, I have noticed oi lato yours that 'pngtntnB nra kept for sale at all tho poultry fancier*1 nhope, nhiah shows they are inornag ing in favour. They aro far more pretty anil entertaining potB than stupid Guinea pigs and rabbitB, and I wonder bur AuBttnlian b(y- do not patronise them more than tho; do. Bat no man is a prophet in his own coantry, and no ani...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

BjOCAIi HVTJELIilGUENCJ®. ??;.?- TnE Estimates fob 1882.— We understand ?that a further sum of £4000 has been placed on ??':tho Estimates for 1882 (laid before the Legisla tive Assembly on Friday last), for improvements '?to -the Nowra Bridge. Held Over. — Owing to a pressure of advor .?tis'omonts at a late hour yesterday, we are coin . pollod to hold over, until next issue, tho follow ; ing:— Report of proceedings at Nowra Council, '?/on Tuosday night ; 'Milburn Creek inquiry;' and other items of local and general intorest. V CuiOKET. — A match was played on Saturday V last, at Cambewarra, between tho Cambewarra and Broughton Creek cricket clubs, and resulted in a rather easy victory for tho Cambowarra club. The scores were:— Oambowarra, first ! innings, 61 ; second innings, two wickets, for 1. Broughton Creek, first innings, 32; second innings, 29. Total 61. The full scores will appear in our next issue.. We have to acknowledge tho receipt of No. 3 . of ' tho Licensed Victualler's...

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THE STIRRUP-CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

THE STIRRTJP-OUP. Mvshort and happy day is done; The long and lonely night comes on. And at my door the pale horse stands To carry me to unknown lands. , His whinny shrill, his pawing boof, Sound dreadful as a gathering Btorm ; ? And! must leave this sheltering roof And joys of life bo soft and warm. xenuer ana warm cne joys or nte— * Good friends, the faithful and the true, My rosy children and my wife, So sweet to kiss, so fair to view. So Bweet to kiBs, so fair to view ; The night comes on, the lights burn blue; And at my, door the palq h^qrse Btands To bear mo forth to unknown lands,', ^ —ScriStur.

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Juvenile Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Juvenile Industrial /Exhibition. The Juvenilo Industrial Exhibition and Fancy Work's Salo in connection with tho Presbyterian Church of Shoalhavon camo off at tho Baud Hall, Nowra, on Thursduy, Friday, and Satur day last, and as may bo soon below was inovbry sonso of the term a success. Throughout, the attendance of visitors and patrons was very good ; and tho variety of oxhibits for show or salo, tho high dogroo of merit oithor in point of design, execution of work, and gonoral adapta tion to purpose, were subjects of common remark in connection with tho exhibition. In oiio senso indeed it was truly, an exhibition of industry, for when it is considered that only about throe months had elapsed from tho time tho exhibition was first determined upon till tho day itwasoponod, the quantity of choico and useful articles which crowded the various tables or hung from tho adjoining walls, ovidoncod that a largo amount of labour and thought had boon bestowed on their undertaking by tho ladie...

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miscellaneous "THE ONE THOU LOVEST." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

^kiWmmr .'THE ONE THOU LOVEST.' pOiityEn Wendeli, Holmes was onos at a fair for sweet oharity's sake, and tbe ever popular post-ofSsa, wai Badly, in need at letters, when a iidy, discovering the witty poat among the audienae, reqaiistad him to furnish an epiatle for the oocaslon. Q'aiok as thought he. took a sheet of note paper, and between its fold) placed a lipl. bank note ; .turning to the fiist page ho wrote the following :— : 'usar i(«ay, wuubju r tuuu tiEh, Turn this poor page nitn trembling ante ; Bat bust), oh bush, thy beating heart, Tno one thon lovest will be there.' In obadierido to the poet'* iojanction, the page turned diaoloBod the attractive green b'aok of ' tho valae of Hoi,, and to prove the truth of his assertion he mads the following appoil on the opposite page from the bank depoiit:^- ' 'Fail lady, lilt thine eyes and toll If this is not a truthful letter, This is the one tbou iovest well, Ana nought (0) woaH make thoe love it better.' i . — Detroit Free Prei$. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

CllUHClE Exthxsion. — This committoo on AVednosday appointed Mr. Walker to Gormanton, Mr. Lament to Mossvalo, Mr. Craig to East MaiUand.Mr. Gray toTomoraandCootiimundra, Mr. Evans to Cobar, and Mr.T Bnrgoss (to arrivo) to Condobolin. — 1'renln/terhm, Nov. 5.

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Agriculture. NOVEL INDUSTRIES OF AUSTRALIA.—No. II. WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

[?] NOVEL INDUSTRIES OF AUS TRALIA.— No. II. WINE. Thbrb ean be no doubt fh»t the cultiva tion of the grape in Australia is destined, in bommsn with the gtow.h ol wocl, to become an industry ol the very greatest importance to the fntnre ol the oolonies, as well in a fiBo.il as in a moral sense ; and the grave question which hag been mooted And diaouBied, ' will the coming Australian , drink tribe?' may, bo tar an the present and rapidly increasing oonsnmption testifies, b% readily answerod in the affirmative ; and it is gratifying to know that the wine-shops are numerous, and on the increase, bo i hat we may oUim this advintage in the osntres ol popalstion all over the continent, that while our owq people are gradually acquiring a tasle for the pure juice ol the grape in preference to' the more intoxicating and frequently poisonous o impounds Bold as ipWIons and malt liquor*, the; foreign por tion oloor population, and our foreign vi«i tora am be supplied from our own soil whh the b...

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Commercial Intelligence. South toast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Coiiu-iBvrcial Iiiiolli^eiicc. South Const ami West Csinulcn Co. operative Company (BJmited). Sydney Maiiket Piuces. Tho following aro our prosont quotations : — £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, bost, por lb. . 0 0 6 to 0 0 0 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 0 0 M 0 0 6 Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 G .„ , 0 0 7 Ditto heavy andrough 0 0 4 „ 0 0 ,0 Choose, (scarce) ditto 0 0 G ,.0 0 8 Dittolind and inferior 0 0 3 „. 0 0 6 Pigs (alivo), each ? 0 15 0 ,, 110 0 Calves, ditto ? 0 5 0 „ 0 15 0 Hidos, each ? 0 10 0 „ 1 5 0 Calfskins, oach ? 0 10 „ 0 10 Tallow, por ton ? 23 0 0 „ 25 0 0 Maizo (dull), por bshl. 0* 3 6 „ 0 3 9 Wheat, per bushol .. 0 5 6 ,, 0 G 0 Bafloy, (English) ..020 „ 033 Ditto, (Cape) ditto ..020 „ 02!) Oiits, ditto .' ? 0 2 9 „ 0 3 6 ? Potatoes, por ton ? 5 0 0 ,,'600 Hay (nn ton) ditto . . A ' 0 0 ,, 6 0 0 Ditto(lucerno)ditto.. 2 0 0 ,, 3 0 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 3 6',, 0-10 Ducks, ditto ? 0 i. (i ,, 0 5 0 Goose, ditto ? 0 0 0 „ 0 8 0 Turkeys, ditto ? 0 8 0 „ 0 16 0 Eggs, iior flozon .... 0 0 11 ,,...

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THE FIRST SETTLER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

THE PIBST SETTLER'S STORY. (From Harper's Nagasine,) Tt ain't the funniest thing a man oau do — Exiatiog in a oouotry when it's new ; Nature, who moved in fust — a goo'i long while — Hib things already somewhat her own Btyle, And she don't want her woodland splendours battered, Her rustio farnitnro broke np and soiitored, Hor paintiuga, whioh long years ago were done B? that old splendid artiat-king, the San, Torn down »nd dragged in Civilisations gntter, Or sold to purchase settlers' bread and bntter. She don't want things exposed from poroh to oloeet, And so she kind o' nags tho man who does it. She oarries in her pooketa bags of seeds, As general agent of the thriftiest weeds ; Sue sends her blaakbirle, in the early morn, To superintend his fields of planted oorn ; She gives him rain past any dnok'a desire — Then maybe several weeks of quiet fire ; She Bails mosquitoes — leeob.es perohed on winRS — To poiBon him with blood-devouring slings ; She loves her agae-nwole to display, A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

C3r Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at ? Nowra, November 10, 1881, at 7 pin. Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomperanco, meets at tho Sohool of Arts, Nowra, on Tuesday, Novombor 15. Torrnra L.O.L. meots on Friday, Novombor 11, at 7.30 p.m.

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