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The Passage of the Stream. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

TThc Passage or the Stream. BY THE.JIEV. euwaud x. fomeuoy. Jn* soYontcon hunilml and sovonty-sovon AVo landed on tho eliovcH oE Hoavon. A'hunthed years nnd moro nvo gono, , Yot horo ifc scarcely soeinotli ono. . Eternity's unclouded flight ^ Hatli no dividing day and night : Its dutoloss passage nono can guoss, Its (lial-plato is fingorloss. 'Wo only learn of death and birth Through thoso who como to us fiom oarth,. 'Who speak awhilo of hopes and foars, ? Of fleeting timo and falling toars. , . . Existonco soomcth but a breath , .;-j Boyond tho heaving stream of death, . -V Wg gathered at tho river's mnrgo . Ana quickly thronged tho dusky bargo..-; No friend was by to bid ndiou v Not ono his fellow's features know ; - v,.v No liasto thoro was and no delay, ? - , Nor any did a fear betray ; . ,? ^ But when tho cargo was complotOj ?? And foro and aft filled ovorjr seat,. .? Tho oars wero shipped and lines let go, ,. : . And with tho tido wo dropped bolow ; ^ * 'Wo crosscd tho bar and...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

IlSiiivana &i SI. CoiMitituy. . ^ ON and after 1st IAY, and until further notice, tlio^J?tt i leaving SHOAL IIAVEN on TUES1)A {, It 3 p.m., WILL BE i DISCONTINUEITT K ! 1. S. N. Co.'s Office, .Sydney, 44th Ap il, 1S82. v ?: v. ? ? To Cn rricrs. . * 'OT ANTED to^' lra^n, at onco, from . V T VYarrammai*^t ) 'Currior, ' TWBNTY TONS of BAEKy in baga . Good road. '' Apply to \ F. NOBLE, Yuhval. ? s \X T D. OA VAN )Ui.MI will deli vor a VV ? LEOTI/ilO oi/' fhionologv' in tlio -TOAVN HALL, /I'liU if RA, on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT , : !)th instant, at 7.30 p.m. ; whon a number of orsons from tlio audionco will havo thoir heads i xaminod. Admission, Is. W W H I € B . . ^ mnn quartkiiiA' licmntstng coum: J. for the District -V Shoalliavon^iill bo holrl at tlio Court NAwra, jin F1U1t\V, 28t.h APRIL next, tiSnoou. I f/X/ry By ofcfcr of thl Court, AY. loVEGROVE, I 0. P. s. ' Nowra, 28th March, ®82. IBaii'y Ifjarni for ijnlc. QN tlio main road botwoon Moss Valo nnd ? Shoalhavon, containing ...

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Renewal of Publicans' Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

Kcncwal of FiibSi«iiiis' ILSccnscs. The accommodation sections of tho Liconsing Act, undor which publicans throughout the colony aro roquirod to havo thoir hotels brought up to a certain standard of accommodation' bo- foro applying for renewal of thoir liconsos, liavo' naturally givon riso.to a considerable amount of unoasinoss on the part of . those dirootly in-- ' tei'ostcd. Oi Friday hist a doputfttion ropro sonting tho holders of publicans licenses mado an appeal to tho Minister for Justice to extend for a poriod of 12 months tho timo in which tho provisions of tho accommodation sections would havo to bo compliod with. ' It , is stated that thoro woro 3000 hotels in tho colony, and that of tlioso about 2000 would havb to oft'oot alterations ? . . at a cost of ovor £100,000. If it be a fact that two-thirds of tho public-houses in tho colony arc so absolutely deficient of tho vory moderate ac commodation required by tho now Act that tho nocossary alterations will involvo an oxpond...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

MI SCEli Bj A SiiJBW V » . ,, Afit. Jacob Cohen, of Jorusalom, Tasmnnin, is tho happy fnthor of ono of tho smallost infants that havo ovor soon tlio light of day. Tho babo, n girl, is aged about flvo months, and woighs 4lbs., tlio longth of its body boing not qui to' 17in. Ono of tlio dolls in Susniaii's shop window would bo a ' full grown child ' compared to this curiously small infant. — II. Mcrcnri/, ? Messrs. J. IIaynes and ,T. F. Archibald, tho defendants ''in tho libel notion brought against tho Jiiilletin by Mossrs. Mooro Brotliors, woro, ... .. nf tor six nnd a-hajf Wooks', iinprisbuinont, for non-])ayinontof costs in tho caso, liborated from, tho debtors' prison, Darliiighurst, j'ostorday afternoon. Tho dobt for which thby woro incar cerated amounted to a 'littlo ovor £000, and almost tho wholo of this has already boon sub scribed by symputhizors throughout tho colony. Messrs. D. O'Connor, ^I.L. A., Holdsworth, 6. R. Dibbs, Creor, aud Traill proceeded to tho Shorilf's ofllc...

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Science. COLD CATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

[?] COLD CATCHING. It is notowortby as a ouriona yot easily explicable faat that few persons tako oold who aro not oither, self-oonfoioualy oareful, or fearful, of tho oousequenoes of exposure. If the attention bo wholly diverted from the existence o'f danger, by somo supreme con centration of thought, aa, ior exumple, when esoaping from a house on firo or plunging into oold wator to save mo— tne euoots oi 'ohill' are eoldom exporienaed. This alone Bhould servo to suggost that tho infiuonce exerted by oold falls on the norvous Bystom. The immediate effeota of a diaplaoemont of blood from tho Burfaoe, and its determina tion to the internal organs, are not, as was onoe Bupposed, aullioiont.to produoo tbo sort of congestion that issues in inflammation. It it were so, an inflammatory condition would bo the oommon oharaotoiistio of oar bodily state. When the vasoular system is healthy, and that part of the nervous ap paratus by whioh the oalibro of, the vessels is aontrolled performs its...

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Cable Intelligence. London, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

Citric Bnsde!EBK«anc«. [From the Sydney I'apera.) London, April 21. King Tliobau, of Burinah, has massacrod his inferior wil'o, two lialf-sist vi's, his Chuncollor of tlio Exchequer,* and 50 lioblos. Mr. J. E. Redmond, Jlomo 'Ruler nnd mom- i lior for Now Ross in tho IIouso of Commons, has boon suspended fronl his Parliamentary duties for vilifying Mr. Foster, Chiof Secretary lor 3 rolaud.i. ? . April 22. ' Two hundred moil belonging to tho ' Moon light' gang attacked a, house at Listowol, County Kerry. Tho police arrived on tlio scono, and a' sovoro fight onsuod, during which tho pnlico succeeded iu wounding and capturing 15 of the gang. April 24. Elias Laycock, the Now South Wales scullor, I who urrived. horo by the steainor Liguria, is at i prosont 'locator! at. Putney, whore ho is assisting Ti iokett in his training. A good deal of interest is being taken in tlio forthcoming sculling match' botwoon Trickott urnd Hanlan. Both monaro out daily to practice, ?and both aro in first r...

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SAYINGS OF EMINENT MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

? ' SAYINGS OP EMINENT MEN. {Detroit Free Tress.) I'Iiavk found more benefit in an inch a d in tho columns of a local paper than from all tho adulation t'uat is off ered at the shrine of imperial power. — Napoleon Bonaparte. 'A well-whiti-en and woli-displayed ad vorti'sement, kept constantly beforo tho public eye, will bring moro trade to a lhcruhauc than a million hand-bills-— £asi words of Henry IV. of nance. ' ?Wires' Chi.rleB tho First was about to lay his on the block, he sighed, and murmured : — ' This cornea of not advortis V ing' in tho local p iper.' — English History. Gossii'ikg.— 'JMo-bsaring aud liis gossip inn .W, nnd«* nil eii-eainBtiuices and by whom soever indulged in, a most unprofitable and' liiarepL'tuhlB unuiuei-s ; hut, whea it assumes the form ol ma'ioioue Klaudor, it at oaoe beooines a ,'vitne, cyou though Sho poieouoaa dsits ore so Ehwaa that Sbo alroug arm of the law may bo unublo to protect or redroBS tho 'wrongs of ihe oaes tbua injured. Neveii oIjoomj io...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. IN MEMORIAM. LONGFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

ak ' asim v. : , ' In Memoiuam. Ki O' HT G F E Ii Ii O W. 'Wmi .fullering stride Ai»idhlM8\yonpof Tulltiilo ;;?? ?-? ??;?'. '1'ho snptomo mowor hUhuIh nt Imy, ? Tlio' rouiul IiIh putli death's lmrveBfc lny ? Humim hIicuvch cut down 1m pride—,, . Itubo, youth, sido* : ?;v..r -- . Ucfuroliim rears bright lumoy's flow'r- ; : All gem'rt with liuwthom hiiow, 1 And oyml 1)»id« of light -whoso pow'r ?: ?..?-' -.v : Awukcn'd ilrettmH 0 tony ngo.;r- ? ;? \ ^ ?And iw lie ffnzM, tho (jlorioun Kighfc ?, To sco thoso lovely buds lake winff, , / - \ k AuangolH.winffs with eonga its bright .. O'or lttuds uffti' sweet inconso iUug.v V; . Tlio rcupor paused ns o'er his soul, ~ Tho ** I*tMtlin of life's'? Hwoot.musio fell As rising bravely— proudly roll - Thoso burning thoughts stiblimoly swell, o - v. Iioll, proudly roll, tlmt chcoritrglfty - - . v, Liko joy bells o'er my uutivo land— ... , That 'Balm ' of hopo shall live Tor aye, - And thousands bless thoso words «o grand* .. 'Tho soeno is ohang'il...

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Household. SPOILING V. COOKING IN OUR DIET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

[?] SPOILING Y. COOKING IN OUR DIET. . A liiifoaicut has beon going tlio rounds of tho restaurants, and trying the food | which they daily Bprcad before their cus- ' tomers. Bo reports a dismal list of failures in attamptiug to find a gool meal, and that, too, irrespective of prioeB, HiB experionoo accords with our own in restaurant diotj tho tautt not beine 'on the sido of thu materials, but on tho part of tho cooking. Wo do not wondor that thoro are so many dyspeptics, whon tho cooks of society seem to bo bent more upon «poiling than pre paring good food for the tablo. A woll informad writer on tho subject truly BayB : — 'To ascertain juat how muoh really good matorial iB spoiled in tho _ cooking would form an interesting and quite fruit ful subjeot of research, and set somo house keepers at least to thinking. If overy loaf of bad bread manufactured from good flour, overy overdono or underdone pioco of meat, prime in original quality, every mass of potatoes' ruined in tho kettlo, ...

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SITTING DOWN ON A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

SITTING DOWN ON A DOS. A woman and a terrier dog reaohod the Union Depot recently half an hour b'.'fcro tho timo of tbe Grand Trunk train for Buffalo, nnd whilo the woman sat down in tho waitinK-room as tho beBt thing she could do, the dog mndo tho tour of the rooui several tamuH uuu m uu uujl-icu up uu a seat not far away to get a wink of sleep before being turned over to tho tender caro pf the baggage-man. All thinga were so-so when a young mun with a good deal cano and watch-chain and necktio sauntored in and took a cool survey of the various females. Tho ono nearest the dog not only had a young and pleasant faoe, but she was all alone. After satisfying himself of this tho young man advanced, ? ? Um inmuVnri . UJUUU '- — -i—'— . 'Beg pardon, but do you go E -st?' y . She nodded. 'Ah! I thought so. If you have any baggage I shall be moBt happy — ah— shall be moat happy to—' He had all tho time been preparing to sit down beside hor on the dog, and Ihe sentence was not yet finished ...

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VENUS A DOUBLE STAR. BY A PERPLEXED STARGAZER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

VENUS A DOUBLE STAR. By a Pebplexed Stargazed. Watcheb of the starry heavens, student of the Bilent night, Has an unknown orb of beauty been revealed to your Bight ?' Somo now Vonue 'mid the planets P Trace ita orbit, give it name, All will greet the starry stranger, lighting up your path to tame. ' Why to downcast, why so silent ? has the sight your vision dazed f Doubtful are you, anxiouB student, at your own success amazed ? Noto tho right ascenBion truly, with what group its path agrees. Leo Minor, Ursa Major, Bootes or Pleiades.' ' Peace, you most obtrusive porson, no such silly questions press ; I have seen tuio radiant beauties, perfect in their loveliness, Not the VenuB of the heavens BhincB with such resplendent light, ^Resting like a lustrous jewel on the bosom of tho night. ? , ' Bo it as Btargazers toll us of the planet { seen afar, On tho earth (I've learned tho lesson) Vonus is a doublo star. ;On the terrace, the twin beauties made mo ' in that fact believe — On the te...

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ABOUT BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 April 1882

ABOUT BOYS. Maux A. Livebmobe, in a icoent address, said The boy of to day is not reoaivingthe proper horns oulturo. Children slip away from paternal caro, This ia due to the rigorous old-time homo culture. Eluaation must bs inouioated by the mother. Ia Wules, England, the' character ot the mother is inquired for as a recommendation for she son. The average hoy, noisy, impetuous, detealing home work, bankrupt in eduoation, and a dodger of ohurohes and other pioQB plaoss, yet has a fathomless tenderneBB for hia mother, bnt: he wants- no spectator. He is characterised by a passionato loyalty to whatever he i-Bpouaea, and a high sense of honunr to whioh appeal can safely be madu in moat o&ees. One thing in his teaching is imperative — moral purity. Let tho mothor inouloato this with loving oare, patting aside false notions of modesty and all prudishni-Bg. Lot us have dona with the belief ia the saying, ' Wild oats must some time bo Bowed.' Ho who thuB sows must inevitably reap ...

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Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

. IWoveHst.,' ' ' GRIT. A Story of tho past and prosont; , ofordi 'v : nary.. mon ami ordinary things, in ordl- i nary language, .r i ^ ' Bo sure thy sm will limHheo out.£ BY DONALD CAMERON'. ► ' i -AUTHOn OL' 'IN TIIK FOLDS Ol'TIIK HHIU'KNT, . -. i- -.,V, HIIiVftUH'ATi^K NKND,' KTC. It is a beautiful behof: ? . . ? That ever round our head - * . Aro hovering, on angel wings, — ? ' v . . Tlio spirits of tho dead. ; ; - ? . CHAPTER!. * It was a- burning aummcr'H day, on the ; great gohlfiold/of Grit.* The siui. had risen ?* ? in a clehr ' cloudless sky at dawn, blue as the a»' ' purest iritramaririo; but, as the burning golden - ? globo of tho sun ascended tlio heavens, be £ coming a;, leaden yot glaring dark, purple, ? relieved^ with chrome, on the horizon—a | chrome ^lliat cncroached upon the puqile^ns tho day grew and the heat waxed fierce. Prom this: terriblo setting tho sun shono upon, tho earth with all tlicpower of a giant burning glass, tlio world reflecting the heat with a v...

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Poetry. A PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

? - Ipoetft). [?] ~ 0 yo in nil tlio world who lovo truo song, ? ? * . v j)o gontlo^to tlio Hiiig«vH%ho uplfffc ^ i In innocent delight a mullo gift,— — i So often found to work them fatal wrong. ? i Judge them not wholly as the tuneloH^throng, : j But' if: wilhintlicir instrument ft rift I ^ ? Jlo found to mar not nmsic, givo it shrift, — : I Song justifies itself, if sweet and strong. . ? I Song jiiHliiloH itself, hut thoy who sing, - Raining ethereal music from a height . * Lonely aiuVptire, grow strong upon the wing, 4- . And more and moro enamoured of tho light, But faint for any earthly journoyinjj, V: . r Ami fain to Keek a lowly bed at night.. And oh 1 l-e tenderest to tho seers that lack Tho. wildcard s song, the wild bird's wing lo rise,* . An-l bathe their kouIhiii light of Hummer skies — j l'oets;who gather truth with bended back,-.. ' And givo forth speech of it an on tho rack ; Speech urgent as tho blood of grappa that dyeK 21 ik garments who must tread it out with sig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

'No pout up Utica contracts our power.? ' may be truly said of ono 'of tho most invnluablo preparation of modorn tiinos, for its sales aro not confined to any particular sphoro, but extend ovor all tho- quarters of tho globe. Ordors are being1 constantly received from roinoto sections, and its oxport constitutes ono of tho staples of our trade. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curative properties have boon translated into all languages, and thoro is no portion of tho world wlioro Udolpho Woll'o's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is hot known. — Al-v. -Dew of tub Alps.— Tho world outside of Europo having discovered that this palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant, the doniand for it in tho West Indies, South America, and Australia has literally bocome enormous. It is strango for hundreds of yoars so wonderful an appotizor and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown boyoud tho Swiss fron tiers, aiid the thanks of millions aro duo to ALessrs. AL. ALoss and ...

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Raising Cabbage Seed. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

UtaisSjiK Cnblia^c Hcctl. Thehe aro sovoral local inothods, says a Phila delphia writei;, but the pro^orable way' is to soloct from a liold of cabbago that has boon grown from sood furnishod by a roliablo doalor and fully tested oh tlio farm. Tho heads 'so chosen aro takon up from tho field and carriod to a spocial location 'that litis, boon .prepared for tho purposo. Tho cabbago from which tho^sood is to bo grown is pullod.up with its roots, and bo foro putting in tho* ground should havo tlio lower portion of tho stalk, 'with tho roots at tached, cut eutiroly off, leaving to tho head only a suiall portion of stalk. This is put in a dry location in tho soil, stalk downward, and woll covorod up, leaving a mound over it to turn away tho water. Do not bury it too dooply, but loavo about half of tho lioad abovo tho surfneo lino, though tlio wholo head , should bo -woll covorod and protected against oxtroino cold. Tho cabbago will roinain in such condition until spring, whon tho oarth fo...

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The Care of Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

'E'lic (Dare «i' SIiccp. In pasturin'g slioep and lambs tho bonofit is not only to tlio animals, but to tlio, pasturos, which aro groatly improved. , Sheop are vory iudiseri ininato feeders, and will'bito'not only; .grass, but also shrubs, woods,' andiovory groon, thing that starts in oarly spring, and thus dostroy and-keop down most of tho fouL stuff that usurps tho placo of grass, and thoy tond to leavo tlio pas tures. clean- for lino grass to grow. Thoir maifuro; nlso, scattered in small quantities as thoy travel ovor tho ground, is roadily absorbed by tho oarth, and bocomos tho bost plant food possiblo, and nccomplishos what cannot woll bo dono by top-dressing1 to ronovato pasturo land. Lit.:- is .important :' that' 'thb ^foncos' around; shoep,. I pasturos : should 'bo close : and -woll kopt,-: bspeoir ally that -walls should bo woll laid up and holos und gaps in rail fencos throughlj' stopped. Tho Downos and all mutton shoo^arif not disposed | to jump, aud in a good pasturos wi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

At the meeting of membors of tho A. & EL Association hold last Friday week, tho Secre tary laid particular stress 011 thefaotthatsome misstatement had gone abroad as regarded the funds of the Association. It was stated, said the Secretary, that the society had £300 to its credit, whereas the sum in hand was £2-12 6s 8d. AVell, tho records of the moet iug at which the Secretary — not the Treasurer — presented his balance sheet, shows that that officer stated that if the funds proper to tho year, and all arrears were paid, the Association would have something like £300 to its credit. It is, how ever, a good trait 111 the character of a secretaiy and treasurer to remind his society of its financial obligations. Probably no one in this district has suffered more than Mr. M'Arthur through people's forgetfulness, or their indifference of what is due from the customer. to tho merchant who trusts him; and in reminding the society of its indebted ness, etc., tho secretary adopted a v...

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FOR THE FARMER. Crossing Breeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

EMBUS TTSfllS FAlSHaElBg. , . . , . CrossSsajs Kr«cds. ? ' ' I KNOW of no caso whore a new brood has boon mado of two woll-defined broods, the now brood having tho excellences of the first cross. It is a common oxporionco, not only as you liayo shown with sheep, but with cattlb; with , horsos, with ovorytbing so far as I know, that whilo tho first or earlier crosses aro roasonably uniform, suc cossivo crosses' vary greatly. Numerous now breeds havo beon formed by tho crossing of sovoral older ones. Nool's experiments on tho . old Fronch coarso- woollod sheop aro intorosting. Tho formation of tho English thoroughbred horse from tlirco or possifily more distinct branches of tho Orientai\'ho'rjo ; that is tho Arabian, tho Turk, and tho barb. The Poland China swine, so-called from several earlier and porhaps illy-dofinod broods, , aiid ' so on. N timorous oxam]ile3 can ^.bo given of now broods being formed from tho erossos of sovoral, and thon by long-continued soloction of animals havi...

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COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

COQUKTTE. ' Coijukttk,' my lovo they Homcluucs call,' ? .v . For slio is light of lips and heart ; ' ? . Whnt though she smile aliko 011 all, If in lier tmiilcs slio knows 110 art 'I . Lilto sonio glad brook(she hcciiih to-be; A ' ? ?'? - , That ripplos o'er its pebbly lied, And prattlos to each ilower or trco, ???-? -?' ?-?? Which stoops to luus it, overhead. - ' -'-? llciicath the lioavon's whilo and blue ? It X«uls and sings and lauglis and leaps, ; Tlio sunny meadows dancing through v»' ? O'er noisy shoals and frothy steeps. '1'is thus tho world doth hoo tho brook ; ? . ,r Hilt I havo seen it otherwise, - AVbon following it to some far nook , ' Wlioro leufy Bhiclds shut out tho skies. ' , ?-???.' ? And thei-o its ivators rest, subdued, - ? In shadowy pools, Horcno and shy, . 1 , ; Wherein gi-avo thoughts and fancies brood '? ? : Aud tender dreams and longings lio. ? ? : I lovo it when it laughs and leaps, ' But lovo it hottor when at rest — 'Tis only in its tranquil deops I seo ...

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