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Cable Intelligence. London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

CmRsEe HBstfeSHiiK'eMce. , ??(From (he ?6'utlueu Papers.)' ? : London. Anril 27 Tlio cargo of frozen moat ox Oriont steamer ?Garonno, which was placed on- the Smitlifiold markot yesterday, has not realized vory satisfac tory prices; although tho.rofrigorating machines ^Worked well during tlio voviigo. . , Tlio mutton has beon sold at an average of -lid por ? lb. . Tlio result of - so small an : avorago is' 'appaicntly -.owing to tho liasr.y ? manner , in whicli a large proportion of tho meat was frozen liuforb being placed on board tlio Garonno in Melbourne. April 28. Lainsori.* who will bo executed to-d.iy' for the ?'natttdor of liis brother-in-law,, at :.'Wiinblodon, | lin-. confessed his crirno. v Tho death , is announced ?; of Balph Waldo .Hmorsoiii-tlio '.well-known .'-American poet-Tind author. . . . -.iiEarl Oowper. has.resignod.the positioi^l^iprd' Xioiitoiiaiit.-of vlrolarid, 'arid - Earl:-SpQii$br.:hns: 'iicon appointed as his succossor. Earl Spbncor remains 111 tho Cabine...

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

'ff« our SSrougSttom'^ C recti ArtverJ' iisei'.s. The mail duo at Nowra, at-5 p.in. :last,ovoning, nvas-.not in wlioii;wo wont to press. ? J- ? , - ~X$T ANTED, an acti/o MAN. J. GBEEN,^ W ' Nowra. y'~ IPcet JSii SieS' Fcumt. V A MEETING of tl o SUBSCBIBEBS to tho xVKi- above fund ::wi 1 .bo -held in-the Court houso, Brougli ton IC 'fj.'k, ' on . THUBSDA Y, May 3 ltli, instant, i|t .JO p.m., to arrange for .tlio' disposal of: tho unc :ponded balanco. .'-.w.-.. , JOHN BOXS1S1 L, J.P., )' Oollectora ? JOHN GBAY, ^ j boiioctois. /OiN and aftor this date any CATTLE foun\ \^r TBESPASSING on Wollomia Bun will be impounded. /, r7 , ' A/A* E. S. BO^TH, 18th July, 1881. ~l)airy Farm for' Sale. : ? N 0N the main road between Moss Vale and Shoalhavon, containing 1G0 Acres of good Brush Land, about SO acres of which have been cleared and laid dqjfvn iii lye-grass. On tho land thoro is a, goaflb rosidonco, containing fivo rooms, with all tho®-ecossaiy out-buildings, and foncing; also a Provisiona...

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Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Messrs. FinBay anaill Co.'s sacport. - » Eat -Cattle. — Thoro is no alteration in tlio vnluo of : good conditioned bullocks and cows. .On ???Wednesday- wo disposed of a draft of GO bullocks, of from medium to good ?- quality, as follows 10 head at£5 1 8/- ; : four pons of 5 each at i'515/0; 10 head at £5 13/-: ,10 ditto at £5 11/; 10 ditto (plain) at £4 12/-. Bost quality e.'inuot ho quoted. fiboro 18/- per 100 lbs. ; second, class and lnforior nt from 14/- to 1G/-. ' Storo Cattlo.-— At our salo on Wednesday, wo yarded 17 peiiSj chiefly .mixed-, cattlo,: ivhiclv wont off bottertlnin on -provions week. . 3 arid 4 year old bullocks in low condition brought 40/- ; young,- steors ! 25/- ; cows from -20/-, '.-to 20/- ; young inixod cattlo from 15/- to ,-10/G ; team of, workers and waggon £fiy. Wo. also sold by : privato contract, on account of*j\Tr. C. :M'Alistoiv .130 bullocks and steers at full markot. - rates. Wo quote good 4 and 5 yoars old bullocks at 55/- ; socond class, 3 nnd^ 4 y...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Sculling Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

MSSCEliBjASfliXMJS. Scullinff Match. Teie match in light skiffs for £50- asfdo, botwoon! W- Beach and O. Reynolds, was rowed ovo.r tho champion courso, Parramatta River, on Siattar day afternoon. A great doal of interest 'was*- taken in tho raeo, and tho stoamor Prinee- of Wales, which was chartered to follow it, was' crowdod with spectators, and had it not boon that a gontloman at tho last moment engaged anothor steamor, tho Britannia, many persons would havo. boon unablo to gratify thoir desire to witness it. As it was, not a fow woro Ioftr behind, fehortly aftor 4 o'clock both steamers; arrived off Rydo, and the competitors, a few minutes lator on, launched their skiffs and drew up to tho starting point, off tbo boat-house. Beach was a strong favourite, tho hot ting, ovon before tho raco began, being' at 0 to 4 011 him. Tho boats, which aro' quite now, were built by Mosbts, Don nolly and Sullivan, and aro vory creditable' pieces of workmanship. Tho water was smooth; thoro was lit...

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

SYDNEY. [PROlt OUR COUHESPONDENT.] Your roadors havo had a fair share of sporting ' news from mo lately. I foar thoy will put mo down for a sporting character in toto, presuming tho Shoalhavonites are lovors of innocout pleasure, — no ' blaok-logs' there, I hope — being proverbially, a moral and religious peoplo, I somotiinos givo thorn a slico of metropolitan, ohureli, and sports' gossip. By-tho-by, I am informod that you are to havo a big regatta at Grconwoll l'oint 011 Quoon's Birthday, and that tho Highland Society's piper, John M'Rao, and his tno littlo boys, Highland dancing prizo takors, in full costume, aro ongaged by tho committoo t o go down to play and danco that day. If so, I would advise all tlio girls, boys, 111011 and women also, who can loavo thoir own babies in tlio Shoalhavon district, to go and seo what I am persuaded will bo a treat to thom all. What do you slow philosophic country pooplo think of our ' Fayres of yo oldon timo ' P Trains, trams, and omnibusos wor...

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

Science. Tiie poetical surroundings of 1 tho village blacksmith ' and his harmonious anvil arc threatened with a powerful rival, by the in troduction from the United States of a new industry, namely, the manufacture of mach ine-made horse-shoes. A company, whose premises face the Thames opx)osite Greenwich, have just opened their works, to supply the United Kingdom with these machine-made articles. The iron is rolled from sorap, com ing from the rollers as a grooved bar, which | is afterwards cut into lengths, punched with j the necessary holes, and finally is bent by a machine into the horseshoe shape. It is calculated that there are in the United King dom about threo million horses ; in Europe generally more than thirty million ; requir ing annually a million and a half tons of shoes. So that if the new company turn out good work, there are plenty of customers for tlieir goods. It is said that the new shoe lias met with the approval of somo eminent auth orities, and is already use...

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The Intercolonial Boatrace. THE CAPTAIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

» TTfic lutercolonlnl Itouirace. THE OAl'TAlN'S HUrOKT. Tjie captain of tho Sydnoy crow telegraphs to ' us . this morning as follows Tlio intercolonial raco resulted -ill n' victory for Now South Wales ? 'liv a length and a half after a vory hard strugglo. -The Sydnoy crow naught tho water first, starting 'with a stroke of 42. to tho, minuto, tho Mol '.bourne. crow rowing 40. Sydney immediately nssumod tlio load and passing tlio Sugar Works loft daylight LblwGon (ho boat?. In tlio rttco to tho Junction tho. Svdnoy crow oxtondcd their loiul to^two lengths at which point they woro rowing a stondy 39. . After passing tho junction 'Upward called on his mon. and thoy responded with a grand spurt; roducing Sydnoy-s load to a length 1 nutl a-nnlf; To tlio owl of tho courso tho Victorian; crow niado spurt after spurt, but I'nilod to reduco the gap between tho boats, as in each case: it was splondidly rospondod to by 'their . opponents, Sydnoy., winning ns stated uhovc. Tho official: time wa...

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Agriculture. FENCING ON THE FARM OR STATION. BY AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

agriculture. FENCING ON THE FARM OR STATION. BY AN OI.l- COLONIST. Tiieue is 110 question concorning tlio necessity lor fencing in conncction with colonial agri culture, whether tho occupation wo are engaged in is grain-raising, or stock, or slicep-farniing. And this is tlio fact, whilo it is still a point in dispute whether sheep are best and most profitable in fenced paddocks, or under tlio care of shepherds. Tho districts aro very fow indeed, and tho surrounding conditions must differ very much from tho ordinary run, where a man can get along as well without as with fences. It is very safe to add that 0110 of the first and most necessary operations for tho improvement of land, is to havo it fenced properly ; and that lie makes a vory serious mistake indeed, and ono that may result in serious trials, if not failure, if fencing is not arranged for at tho very outset of land occu pation. Tho losses und disappointments arising from this cause are amongst the most common and serious h...

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The Pasturage and Stock Protection Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Tlio Pasturage ami Stock Protec tion Act. Messrs. Armstrong nnd Colloy, n« tlio ropro sontativos of tho rosidonts of Wollongong, Kiama, aiul Shoalhavon, woro introduced to tlio Minister for . Minos (tlio Hon. Dr. Ror.wick) ? yostorday by Dr. Tarrant and Mr. Stuart, I Ms.L.A.,' and urged tlint tlioso portions of tlio Braidwood slicop distriot should bo oxompted from tlio opomtion af tlio Pasturagomid Stock Protection Act which providod for tlio imposition ?of n tax of 3d por lioad for largo stock and M por liond for sheop or small stock. It was ronrosnnted tlint tlioro woro 110 ral)l)its or othor posts in those districts requiring extermination ; that thoso districts woro divided from tho others comprising tho Braidwood sheop districts and to winch tho provisions of tho Act might bo ?strictly applicable, by a .mountain range ; that tho majority of tlio rosidonts of Wollongong, Kiama, and Shoalhavon ? woro small dairy farmers, oach keeping ton oows or thereabout, nud tlint tlro'so ros...

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Household. RECIPES. A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Ibouseboib. - R-ECIP.ES. A CUBE FOll ltllEDJIATISjr. Some months ago wo .recommended the uso of I celery water for gout. ' Oho of our subscribers, suffering from that most painful of blood diseases, effected a cure with this simple 1 recipe. Ho, howevor, informs us that it: is necessary to uso tho celery occasionally as' a. preventative. Neglect to do this brings on a'l twinge of the old complaint, but it disappears 1 at once on uso of tho celery. Numerous cures of rheumatismby tho use of Celery havo recently beon announced 111 1 English papers ; but the following, moro in 1 detail, is given 011 tho authority of tho New 1 1 or I: limes : ' New discoveries — 01- what olaim to bo discovories— of tho healing Virtues of plants aro continually making. ' Olio of the latest is that Celery is a enrei for rheumat ism ;' indeed, it is asserted that the disease is impossible if tho vegetable bo cooked and freely eaten. The fact that it is always put on tho tablo raw prevents its therapeutic po...

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Sketcber. EQUAL TO THE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

Sketcbey. liQUAli T 0~THE OCCASION. To bo equal to the occasion, is undoubtedly a natural gift, and there is apparently 110 royal road lo its attainment. Tlio possessors, however, of such an inestimable blessing aro somewhat few and far between. Without a doubt, many of us can refer back, not per haps without feelings of regret, to 111010 than one occasion 011 which wo might have made a very appropriate remark or observation — onlv. wo didn't think of it at tho time. When wo did think of it, it was too lato ; wo had allowed tlio golden opportunity to slip by ; in fact, wo were not equal to the occa sion. To bo equal to tho occasion, admits of no particular length of time for thinking, or beating about the bush for an answer ; the reply, to havo effect, must bo almost instan aneous. Some years ago, tho captain of an English vessel sailed from a Spanish port when the seas wero infested by a lawless crow with a number of passengers aboard, and among them was a timid Frenchman, who evin...

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

fllM0ceUancou0. Attention is just now boing proniinontly directed to tho employment of women as clerks in public and privato offices ; and very favorable accounts are given of them, whoio ovbr tlio experiment has been tried. Although tho postal authorities were by no moans tho first to employ females, lliey havo developed tho movement in the most euconraging way, and nearly 1,200 women are now engaged in the post and telegraph olliees of the metropolis. The Controller of tho lietui'nod Letter offico states that there the females havo completely surpassed his expectation. ' Thoy ai'e,' ho adds, 'very accurate, and do a fail' quantity of work ; more so, ill fact, than many of tho males wlio have beon employed on tho samo duty.' Nearly tho whole of tho work con nected with tho industrial branch of tho Prudential Lifo Assurance Society is conducted by female clerks, and nfloi- many years' experience the managers express their entire satisfaction with that department. A solicitor announc...

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THE TRAMP'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 4 May 1882

THE TRAMP'S STORY. If exporiouco 1ms gold in it (as discerning folio agree), Tlum there's quite a littlo fortune stowed away smnowhero iu mo, And . I deal it'oiit regardless of a regular stilted prico, In rough-done-up prize packages of coihmon-sonso advice ; ? Tho pooplo thoy can take it, or run around it, as thev ploaso ; But tlio best tiling they'll find in it is somo words like unto these : Worm or beetle-^drought 01: tempest — on a far mer's land may fall ; But for Iirst-elas8 ruination, trust a morlgngo gainst them all. ^ On my weddin'-day my father touched, mo kindly on tho arm, * And handed *^no* tho pnporij^for an eighty ape farm, * ' v ? ^ With tlio stock an' ImilduVs forfait independent start; ?: Saying,..' Iloro's a weddmg present from my muselo aud my heart; ?. And, oxeept tho admonitions .you havo taken from, my tongue,, v.- . * And tlio roasonablo hclun's that you had when you was young, ^ And your food and clothes aud . schoolm* (not so mueh'as I could wish, - v ? v ...

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Science. NAVIGATION OF THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

Science. NAVIGATION OV THE AIH. , Mr. F. W. Bhkabky, of the London Aero-, nautical Society, recently road a pnpor ..on aerial navigation, and explained, with the aid of models, the ? principles upon which attempts had hitherto been made and should in tho future be made to effect artificial flight. The conclusion at which tho Aero nautical Society had arrived was that flight was merely a mechanical action capable of. imitation, that it was unassisted by air cells or. other contrivances for effecting levity, that the balloon was incapable of bomg rendered useful to man as a means of locomotion except in tho way of waftago. The tenants of the air, great as was the variety in their size and form, resembled qno another- -.in- possessing three important capacities, the. association and proper adjustment of which constituted the property and power. of flight,' namely, weight, surface, and force. ??'.Tho: weight of a body was duo to tho action: of j gravity, and tho problem was how so to' r...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. BY OLD COLONIST. LEATHER AS A PRODUCT OF COLONIAL CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

^ r aoricultnyc. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. DV OLD COLPNIST. ;??. ? . ? .- ? LEATHEE AS A PRODUCT OF COLO , . NlAL CATTLE. There is no joke . intended. The leather product referred to is the hide, not the carcass of colonial cattle.'1 And, in times. of low ? prices, all who have to Bell know well that tho hide 18 an important item in the prices paid. It IB with tho hido that this pnpor has mostly ? to deal ; and, as a commencement, it may bo said, that tho faith which at one time pre vailed has been much shaken — that in the shorthorn, and tho animal as nearly pure as possible, tho colonial stockp-wnors had tho boast most suitablo for his position and Iris requirements. The belief prevailed for a long timo that the shorthorn was the bulloqk for colonial pastures. Time, and with it experience, has aroused strong doubts on tho subject ; and there arc very many now — and amongst them men with as good facilities as any in tho country for the raising and marketing of first-class stock — w...

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ECCENTRICITIES OF THE RICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

? ±* ? i LCCI STIIIOITIES OF. THE 11ICH. Tin wondei about millionaires is, not that they bhould bo sometimes eccentric, but that they aie usu illy so ordinary. Power turns all heads moro or less, and the absence of re sistance develops willfulness, till, as wo often see in the east, it becomes monstrous caprice. No\v, there is no power in theso modern times which is so like executive volition as that of tho millionaire — of the 'man, we mean, with a really great fortune to use outside his usual wants. He has only to will strongly enough to draw his chock and all mankind is eager to carry out his wishes; Architects, builders, gardeners, in hundreds, workmen in tribes, are only too glad that ho has been graciously pleased to will. If he is a European, thero is hardly anything ho cannot obtain, and even time may, with adequate expenditure, bo made to give way. It is supposed that the one tiling unattainable is a park if there aro no trees : but Louis XIV. created a park in a bare plain...

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THE DEAD-WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

'?????:?; ? -.— ? : — T' — — ? ???..-.;.? ji;he^dead-watch. In the outskirts' of the old city of Hofengratz, there stood, and probably stands now in all its solidity, a sombre, heavy-looking building which never failed to attract the stranger's attention and arouse his inquiring curiosity. It is perhaps the most eccentric institution vvhich a wealthy caprice could devise. An opulent and charitable community has ever 1)0011' associated with the city; but it is doubtful if wealth could bo diverted to a stranger channel. The good people of Hofon gratz, at least tho well-to-do portion, with a view to avert tho horrors of being buried alive, erected, many years ago, this unique building adjoining tho city's cemetery. In it, for a certain lime, and on payment of the regulated fees, their dead are watched, after being duly certified as defunct, in order that if any signs of returning life aro presented, tho sufferers may be restored, instead of being consigned to the earth, alive. It is al...

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Movelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

? ' flovcHst. . , GRIT. ; AJ Story of tub Past ami Present j of Ordt . marymon and Ordinary tilings, in Ordi nary lanrniago, _ ' 15o sine thy bin will find Ihco out.' i BY DONALD CAMERON. AUT1I01! OF'' IS TUB l'OI.DS OF TUB SKIU'HNT,' ' HII.VXUWATI'.R I1HNI),1' KTO. It is a beautiful belief: ' Tlmtoiei lound our Iicnd j Aio lunciiug on niigcl wings, 1 ; v Tho spun* of the dead. ,, , ' ' ' CHAPTER V.J-(cosiinokd). /'Then jou won't do it again,' sayl Jack; ami hu Jot out his 'list, ami, with ono blow, considerably damaged pbadiah'H long sancti monious nose. Another hit decidedly intcr foicd with Obadiah's' optical- powers. That ?worthy did not make much of an attempt to lpjoin ; ho did wildly flourish his hands in a clawing fashion at first, but the second blow made him think a masterly retreat expedient, and away ho lan, with Spot at his heeli'. Theresas a little puddle a bit ahead, and into ihis, in his blind flight, Obadiah fell, emerging covered with mud. But his terror would not ...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

Atowra BSiiatCBjuaJ Council. ? : Tuesday, May 9, 1882. TnE usual fortnightly mooting of the above Council was held on Tuesday last. Present : Tho Mayor, Aldormen Hunt, Watson,' and Graham;— In committee of finance; tho under mentioned items were ordered to bo paid, viz. : H. Comerford, £2; P.. Sidney, £i 4s; K. Chidley, £3 Is; T. Barrett, £4'l0s; tools, 13s 9d ; Goodlett and Smith, £U Us*. [Alderman Graham was of opinion that Goodlett and Smith should allow a discount off the amount of tho account. Tho Mayor promised to see to tho matter.] — Minutes of provious meeting were road and confirmed. — Eenorts: Tho Mayor reported that ho and Alderman Hunt (Alderman Moss not being ablo to attend, owing to the busi ness at tho Licensing Court) had waited on tho Rev. M. M'Grath regarding tho closing of tho Eoinan Catholic Cemetery .in Nowra. Ho had received them very courteously, and promised to lay the matter before his congregation ; so fur a9 ho was concerned, ho was quite willing to close...

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Poetry. THE END. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

? - ' lp-octi\\ . ., 'THE END. Yes, jrrn havo gono? nnd I havo lot you go? Without ono wonl to stay -on. Niiiip cun tell Tho blttoiness, Um bh.cl.niss of tho woo, That filled my lieiut, lme, when jou uniil fnrowell I could not keep jnu, dear, for othci tics, . jriirc'strom; tlinu iniuo' hiivo lioniul v'nii clnsn mill fust. J iimv not claim tho lmc-light of vour ojes, Nor fool your m.ckciiio iiciu, for all in pnst. I must not ho it clog about join feet, To drag you Imclt, when von would onward press, Hut, 0 my loio I it would limp been so meet To Bh.iio wilh jou life's noes oi liapiiiiiciis 1 ¥m give me, dour, tho seeming cmel w 1 ong ; . Though jou lima gouo, T rnimnt benr jour fiown : I .stood nlono I tho limi icib won1 so sluing, And ono weak woniiiu could not bent thorn down. Yes, nil is o\cr! nothing will lcmnm Hut snddesl lniiKiiiK nml u nun repot. I lmeil jou mi I anil hitter is tho pain, Jtecauw, though nil is loht, T loio jou jot ! ' . Sa itiiio 's Mmilhbj.

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