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

HiOCAIi EiWJEMjStoEjWCE. Held Oveii.- -Scores of a cricket match played nt Cambowarru, on Saturday last, and other interesting items, until noxt issuo. Mil. W. Fraseu Maiitijt has romoved ; his offico and business address now boing, 131 Sussex-street, Sydnoy. Mutual Provide xt Societv. — Tho follow ing is the result of the ballot for two directors, tho first two named gentlemen boing thoso elocted :-Ivos, 19,000 ; Murray, 14,000 ; King, 10,000 ; Saddington, 10,000. Vital statistics. — Through tuo courtesy ot tho Registrar, wo aro onablod to publish tho fol lowing figures for tho last quarter, having refer ence to tho vital statistics of this district Births— males, 31; fomales, 44. Total, 75. Deaths — males, 11; females, 8. Total, 19. Marriages, 11. Medical.— We havo recoivetl a pamphlet containing a largo number of testimonials pur porting to cortify for a nmber of marvellous, if not miraculous, cures effected by Dr. Hood, of Suriy Hills, Sydnoy. Tho cures includo can cors, tumours...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

? V .. ,w-. . *''..superstfiti4»iijs. - ,: ? TnE following superstitions, liandod- down by; tradition, aro yet fervontly ? boliovcd in:— ? ,h AVliito specks. on tho nails, aro^luclc. 'Whoever reads opitaphs losos. memory. To rook tho cradlo'when ompty is injurious to a child. \ ; . ?' . - To eat while a bell is tolling for a funeral causes toothache. ? $ Tlio crowing of a, hen indicates' somo ap proaching disaster. 'When a mouse gnaws a gown somo mis fortune may bo apprehended? ? Ho who has tooth wide asunder must seek ,his fortuno in somo distant land. ^hoover finds a four-leaf clover— sham- rock — should woar it for good luelrT' . Beggar's bread should bo given- to children who are slow in learning to speak. If a cliild less than twolvo months old bo brought into a cellar he becomes fear ful. ' When children play, soldier on the liill sido it forebodes tho approaclrof war. A child grows proud if , suflored to look into a mirror whilo loss than twolvo .months, old, ?'« ' ? ; . Ho w...

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PRINTERS' MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

1'IIINTEIIS' MISTAKES. A delicious piece of bamboozleinont Was served up to the readers of a provincial paper tho other day, due in all probability to sonio wag of a sub-editor. The previous evening, tho reporter for tho paper had to attend a meeting at a Wcsleynn Cliupol, for the conversion of tho .Tews to Christianity ; after which ho reported an address given to a local Society 011 the Con version of Sewage into Lime and Cement. In tho compositor's hands, the manuscript got mixed up, and the printed report read as fol lows : ' Tlio chairman, after the meeting had been opened with prayer, explained that tho conversion of the .Tews was one ot tho great est works that could engage the attention of our sanitary authorities. Filtration was thu most perfect method that could be adopted for purification ; but a filter had its limits. There was a popular notion that the sewage contain ed a vast amount of wealth ; but tho shidgo must be taken out of it for purposes of irriga tion, as it o...

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

C'rieitet. The return match botwoon, tho; Numba. and Pyree crickot clubs, was played at Pyreo on Saturday,' 29th. April, ancl. as. tho scores will show, resulted in a tie. Mr. P. Konnedy, for Pyree, played a fine steady innings for 31, tak-. ing the bat presented by Mr. S.; Richardson to tho highost scoror for 'Pyreo on' this occasion,'. Mr. J. Watts, .for Numba, .playod i. a careful innings for 10. Appended aro tlio scores :— ; PYREE O.C. Ist'j.VNI.VOS. '* ' 2XD INNIK08. - . P. Kcnncdv, b Thomson ? 3 b O'Noil ? ? 31 I. Hewitt, b Thomson.... ? 0 b O'Noil 0 J. Smith, cBiddulph,b Thorn- .. .. ? . son ? ? 4 b Thomson. ? 0 H. Baxter, b O'Noil ? ? 4 bThomson.; ? . a J. ITowitt, b Thomson. ? ? 3 .2 I. Graham, bO'Neil ? ? 0 b O'Neil 3 S. Richardson, b Tbomsou...... 1 . b ' J. O'Conmn*, b O'Noil ? 0 notout..:. 3 T. M'Foe, not out ? 0 c ITowio, b Thomson . ... 4 G. Maguiro, b O'Neil ? ? 0 b O'Noil i J'. Kenuody, b O'Neil ? ? 0 b O'Neil ? 3 Sundries ? ? ? Suudrics;...;.,;......: :3 Total ? ? ...

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The Management of Sick Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

IPIic Mniiii^enuMit of Kick Clitldrcn. I Tiik vicissitudos necossarily incident to an out door and primitive niodo of lifo aro novor- tho first causes of -tuy discaso, though thoy nmy somotiinos botray its presonco. ]Jronuhitis, now-a-daj's, porhiips tho most frequent of all infantilo disoasos, makos no oxcoption to this rulo; a draught o£, cold ;air may, roVeaV the latont progross of tlio disordor, but its causo is long confinomont in a vitiatod and ovor-heatod atmosphoro, and its proper romody vontilation and a mild, phlogm-loosomng:(sacchanno) diot, warm swoot; milki swoot oatinoat porridgo, or honoy-wator. Soloct, an airy bedroom, and do not bo afraid 1 to opon tho windows ; among tho child roil of tho Indian tribos who bravo iu opon tonts tho toiriblo winters of tho Hudson Bay Territory, bronchitis, oroup, and diphtheria aro wholly unknown; and what wo call 'taking cold ' might ofton bo moro corroctly doscribod as taking hot ; glowing stovqs, and oyon opon fires, in a night nur...

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

Iiiccnsiiig Court. Before thoir Worships Messrs. James Thom son, John Monaghan, and John M'Arthur, Js.P. Tho annual licensing mooting for tho Licens ing District of Shoalhavon, was hold according to announcement- last Friday at Nowra. Tho whole of the applicants, numbering twelve, wore prosont, and wore legally represented by Mr. T. M. Richards, solicitor of this district ; and In spector Sergeant Healy, of Kiama, appeared for tlio Crown. Tho applications woro, without oxeoption, for certificates of renewal, and as tho majority of tho applicants roquirod timo to comploto nocoos siiry additions or alterations to thoir promises, after granting certificates for ronowals to Messrs. 1'. Stanton, H. Moss, D. ITyam, Ai/.loy Hyam, and P. Ryan, tho hearing of tho remaining ap plications woro postponed till Friday, tlio .'l()th May inst. At the conclusion ol' tho busiuoss, tho Chairman, Mr. Thomson, intimated 111 roforonco to tho storo in connection with tho Central Hotol, tlmt whon tho point...

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Women at Fifty. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

? _i_ \ ' ? (London Spectator.! ? ? i It is absolutely untruo that undor tolerably fnir conditions a woman' is (if wo may ropoat that orudo ' pliraso) ' played out ' when she has soon forty-five; ? If. all goos well, or ?- oven 'not vory : ill, a woman moro frequently than not tnkos avnow doparturo at about fifty. It is preposterous to assume that a woman of, mature ago is likely to be behind her growing daughters or hor grow ing. sons iu effectiveness of intellect, in ,aptitude for 'subjects' now or old; in general brightness and susceptibility. In what -.might be called 'quality' in the French sense of» tho wo^l,^sl\o is, upon the supposition just made, so Vnuoli^tho suporior being that if , tho daughters, and tho sons, too, do not foel it there is' something wrong with them. It must, indeed, bo granted as a preliminary, '.'.that there is love botween the husband and the wife, ' and that the young pooplo are good in harness, and above ..all; in ^themselves ; ? but with theso concl...

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Dinner to Mr. R. M. Warren. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Stimier ttt Mr. IS,. -J5.- Warren. .-?Last .'.Tuesday night the friends of Mr. It, II. Warron; gonoral storokooppr, pf Broughton, invited him to.dino with them at Host Bragg's Kangaroo Hotol, 33roughton Crook, as a mark of thoir esteem, prior to his doparturo to tho town of Kompsey, Maoloay River. Tho com pany was a large and representative ono, in cluding gontlomon from many phrts of tlio dis tricts of Brousrhton Creok and Slioalbnvnn:' Mr. James Stewart (Wilson & Co.) occupied tlio oliair, and Mr. John Stewart tho vico-ohair, and there was on tho right of tho chairman tho guest of tho ovoning, and on his loft the Mayor of the borough, and Mr. Lowis M'Intyro, J.P. Amongst thoso prqsonfc, wo obsorvod tho under mentioned gontlomen: Mossrs. W. Stowart, J.P., J. Wilson, J.P., John Boxsoll, J.P., Alex. Colloy (Managor E. S. & A. C. Bank, Brough ton Crook). R. Finlayson (Managor E. S. & A. 0. Bank, Nowra), John Gray (Mayor of Brough ton Crook and Boinadorry), — Lo...

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Caste in American Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Caste Ita ABSBCi'Scah Society. AiiEMOA.'N society is an anomaly wliich must puzzle nil those who do not believe in it ; ?who do not seo that its varying centres are but eddies on the surface of the fixed convic tion. tlmt one man is the I equivalent of another in capacity, and tliqt his failure to prove it -by results in the consequence of circumstances beyond his individual control. It is this fixod belief which [constitutes the essence of American impudence, boasting, ., aggressiveness, want of grace, and knock you down manner. It is also the source of our sturdy independence, our valuation of character as the final estimate, our reliance upon the common sense of our enemy rathor than on the glittering generalities and evasions of oui' frionds. As soon as theso social variations are perceived, we become conscious that caste rules in American lifo' with an iron rod, tempered by the fiery furnace of much wealth or rare intellectual ability ; tho lower we decend into what is called ....

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

83' meeting to be Held. Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, May IV, 18S2, tit 7 pm.

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

1 ? «55B352PBvi$- lUawiuTii Steam WiiviKutiou OOIII|I.1II)'. ' ' ...I I'lME TABL13. llNi v1' ; f lih'oiy TuoS(lay,''nnd iMdiiy' ITiom Sydney. { night, at 11. ' Vroni Greoivwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m.1 ; Thursday,; Point. I ' 8 a.m. ' FAKES: ' ' Cabin, 'SOs; Return (CaH»ln), 3©s5 A' Steerage, 12s (ill. I E. MANNING, ,. Manngoiv ?; iEnfilish SckMikIi ami Auslniliaii itotercd;Bank- .. ? mHK BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tho J fiit-uro ho conducted in tho N1£\V PRE MISES in Kinghorn-strcot noxt thol'rosbytorian cluuch. n0B'L\ EINLATSON. Miiiiiigov. Nowrn, 12Lli January, 1SS1. R. LANGLBT, C03VC3VEXSSX03ST ' ' T . ??????? AHD . i . PRODUCE AGEPtST, TA S2CAN1AN J.-Ui $? Fit UIT DEP OT, ? 92 SUSSEX-STREET, Y ]) N E Y ... EGBERT MEIKLEJOHIs f JaiIu Thome and Mcilclejohn,J Commission Agent,, SUSSEX STEEET, Botwoon. lving and Market Streets, SYDNEY.' W. II A,L L, General Commission Agent,. , - AND ' 1 1 EJiia»E-'5JCa3 fKEB&CESA.BfT,' ' 110, Sussex-street, Sydney. N.B.— Country, Orders- pro...

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

To Our Subscribers. I SUBSCRIBERS to this journal notrocoiving their paper regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, 'at tho offico of this papor. THE ?ftoBinra Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1882.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

-Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. Vct Allovrrio, Captain 0. Walker, on tho 25th April. To 'Sydnoy: 1G9 kogn butter, 0 cpga, 4 hides, 6 packages leather, 31 cheeses, 10 coojis poultry, nnd sundries. To Kiama: 1 bundle hides, and sundries. To 'Wollon^onf? : 5 haps maize. Per Illawnrra, Captain .T. Qanle, on tho 27th April. To ' Sydney: 105 kcf,*s butter, 50 piirs 8 coops poultry, .15 chcesos, 1 calf, 4 hides, 1 horse, 0 cases epfr*, 0 packages leather, 2 tins ' honey, 4 baskets fieh, 1 bundle wild ducks, and sundries. To . ? Einmh : 1 Iiovfo, 10 pips. Per Illawarra. Captain .T. Gardo. on tho 1st. May. To Syd noy: 25 keps butter, 6 cajies poods, 1 pncknpo glass cases, 0 cases egps. 2 horses, 2 bales hay, 22 bnps potatoes, 11 chooses, 1 case wild ducks, 1 na«e honey, *1 coopd poultry, 1 cuso bacon, and sundries. To Kitunn : 3 pigs.

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THE PHILOSOPHER AND THE SIMPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

! ' TIIE l'lIU.OSOniKlt AND TIIE HISll'I.l'.TON. ..?lA'.bimpleton having had occasion to seat himself, sat down on a pin; wliereon ho mado an outory unto Jupiter. A philosopher, who happened to bo holding up a liitcliing posl in tlio vicinity, rebuked liini, saying, 'I can tell you how to avoid hurting yourself by sitting down on puis, and will, if you will sot them up.' Tho simpleton eagerly i ue^upun;; tuu oiler, me juuiosopner swallowed four fingers of tho rum whioh perishelli, and replied, ' Never sit down.' He subsequently acquired a vast fortune by advertising for agents, to whom lio guaranteed £3 a week for light and- easy employment at thoir homes. Moral. — Tho wise man saith, ' There is a nigger in the fenco,' but tho fool sondeth on twenty stamps for sample, and is taken in.

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MISCELLANEOUS. Old English Fairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

. . ' BraSCEBiliAWEWUS. Olrt' XSnglish vBJairs. TnE Presbyterian thus speak's*of .tho Fayres in Sydnoy: — Theso nino days' wondors havo been1 in full swing this week, and tho promoters find that thoy aro rich beyond sanguine oxpoctation. Archbishop Yaughan may feel thankful that tho Art Union fell through. Tho holding o£ ' two Pairs at tho same .timo, which at first sight seomod a mistako, turned out to bo a lmppj' hit, for peoplo. who had. seen. ono wilhed to soo, tho other and docido which 'was the hotter. Tho timo was opportune,. Sydnoy jj, was full of visitors, and tho woatlior was' perfection. Enough 'lias doubtloss boon got to pay, off tho North Shore Church dobts, and ta fit St. Mary's for tlio enthronement of Dr. (Vaughan. On furthor considering tho quostion, and aftor hear ing tho opinions of thoso able givo a sound vordict, wo still think that it was a groat pity that any such mothods woro resorted , to. Wo would fain hopo thoy willv bo tlio last.' iTlio Chureh as an insti...

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Humour. FABLES. THE INTRUDING CAMEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Ibumonr. FABLES. .-!? BY.G130KG13 -WASHINGTON /13SOP. . , - Tilli 1NT11UD1NC1 CAMETt. Ab fcOvdral Arabs wero sitting m thoir tent upon, a rude autumnal day, a oaniol, who had left his umbrella at home, humbly craved peimission to shelter his noso in tlio m tenor. ,:Tho children of tlio desert, moved with compassion, would liavo admitted tho thin end of tho camel;, had not one ot their number . (whoso anotto was over ' UpVandi Bedouin Wltll tlio nrv. ' T lrnnw wlinl;. n. motlior-111-law is myself I' l-omonstratod with the dromedary through tho: medium 'of a tent-peg and compelled it to seek slioltor olso wlicro. floral. — Gc-n'cst que - lu premiere Ma qui i Coi'ite. (Resist .the Mothcr-in-Ltiw mul' she iwilljlij from yoiu)

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POETRY. Old Granny. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

1POETRY. ';s ' \ Kill Granny. . Como hillicr, liithpr, little child). ' And sit bcsido my 1;ne(v ? ?' Ami listen to tlio story \ ?' That I will tell to tiioe. Ivnsn'bonnifi innidenonce, 'With ffoiclim rinirlots fnir, ?* i Ami (limcttl tlirougliout tlio suramcr day, And knew not want nor care. Tho binls, niul liees, niul butterflies My gny coinpnnions wero; , . I I lived u life of mirth nnd glee, - ' ' v- 1 . ; And breathed tbo sweet freo air. ? / - I Then I was wod to ono who said - . , 'He'd loved mo tenderly; And well ho kept tho vow bo'd mado And tmo and kind was ho I It was a jrolden summer day ' When flretl waaabrido: ,r ? Ali I me, itflWR n summer day When mj^elovi(Hl died ! . TIioyboroj(ni^^ifeli«so*crtfi\mortti; : ^ ? t . ? Tlio moor that motii ho'd Crossed J- ' -. A midden mist hndwrapt the land, , And in it he was lost. ^ Tor to the rngfred mountain's 'brow .? r -'7% ! ' Ho came, and to ib? pido ; ' ' !i ?' ? hs .. . Tliere wo hnd climbed to reach our homo f- - . , . Tho d...

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THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

THE FOX AND THE (lllAI'KH. A thirsly fox 0110 day, in passing through a vineyard, noticed that the grapes wero hang ing in clusters from vines which wero trained to such a height as to bo out of his reaoh. ' Ah,' said tho fox, with a supercilious smile, ' I'vo heard of this before. In tho twelfth ccntury, nil ordinary fox of average culture,' would havo wasted his energy and strength in tlio vain altenipt to reach yonder sour grapes. Thanks to my knowledge of vino-culture, however, I at once observed that lho_ great height and extent of tho vino, tho drain .upon the sap through tho increased number of tendrils and leaves must of necosssity impoverish the grape, and render it unworthy the consideration of an intelli gent animal. Not any for mo, thank you.' With theso words, I10 ooughed slightly, and withdrew. . Moral. — This fablo toaohos that an inlelli- , gent discussion, and somo botanical know lcdgo aro of ,tho greatest importance in grapo culture.

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THE KIND-HEARTED SHE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Till! KIND-IIEAHTEI) SHE EliENIANT. A kind-hearted she elephant, while walking through the jungle whero tho spicy breezes blow soft o'er Ceylon's Isle, heedlessly set foot upon a partridgo, which she crushed to death within a fow inches of tho nest containing her callow brood. ' Poor littlo tilings 1' said tho genorous mammoth, ' I havo beon a mother myself, and my affection shall atone for- tlio fatal consequences of my neglect.' So saying, sho sat down on the orphaned birds. Moral . — Tho above teaches us what homo is without a mother; also, that it is not efory person who should be entrusted with tho caiuof an orphan asylum.

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

C«i8iHMerc!JiiB lai^ulle^aMicc. ( Souitti Coast itital West Ctiinilcn Co : /jjitcii'iiitSvc C_'««n-any (JLimUctl). Syiiney Mahket I'llTOES. Bolowwo givo goneral quotations. / £ s. d. i s. d. Butter, best, por lb. . 0 1 3 to : 0 '1 1 :(i , Oitto, seconds ditto. . 0 1 0 ,, 0 1 2 Bacon, ditto ? ? ? ? ; 0,;,0 .7 ..... ,, ?.- 0-0 , 84 Ditto lioavy and rough'. 0 : , 0 , 5 0 0 0 Clicoso, ditto ? 0 0 6 0 0 S Ditto 2nd and inferior 0 0 5 „ 0 0 (i Pigs, ulivo ? 0 0 3J,,,, 0 0 ' 5 ? Calves, diLto ? 0,5 0 „ 1 0 0 Hides, each ? 010 0 ,, 1 5 0 Calfskins, oncli ? 0 10 ,,'020 Tallow, por ton ? 22 0 0 ( ,,...22 ..0.^.0 Maize, por bushol . . 0 5 0 ,, 0 5 6 Wheat, por bushol ..050 „ 0 (3 0 llarloy, (English) . . 0 4 0 ,,^040 Ditto, (Capo) ditto . . 0 4 0 ,, *0 4 0 Oats, ditto ? 0 4 0 ,, 0 4 0 nuv (oaten) por ton.. 10 (i0 0 ,, 12 0 0 ' l)itt,o(lucorno)ditto. 0,10' -0:,' .7- 10l- n : Potatooa ditto... ? 5 10 0 ;, (i 0 ' 0 ' Fowls, por pair . . . . 0 2 6 ,, 0 3 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 0 ,, 0 3 (i lOeose, di...

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