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Assassination of the Irish Chief Secretary and Mr. Burke. London, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

'Assassination brtlic Hrish ?(Chief Sec retary ami Mr. JSairke. : .L London, May 7. ^L\b Lord Frederick Cavendish, .tho nowly (ippointed Chief Sogfutarv for Iroland, was walk ing, in company with Mr. Thomas Havilaiid Burko, tho TTndor-Socrotary, in tho Phoenix Park last evening at 7 o'clock, a cab halted olongsido of thorn, and fivo oisguisod mon alightod. and suddonly attaokod tho two gontlo mon with daggors. Evidently a dosperato strugglo ensued. The bodies woro found covorcd, with wounds. Tho peoplo of Dublin aro stupofiod at this terrible murder, which occurred in broad daylight. Tho polico aro scouring tho city and country, and are hopoful of effecting a speedy capture of tho assassins. Lord Frederick Cavondish had arrived with Lord Spencer, tho now Lord Lioutonant of Ire land, on tho previous day, and had oxporienced a cordial reception. Lator. Tho bodies of tho murdorod gontlomon woro fouud 40 yards from tho vico-rogal lodgo, by Mr. Magmro, a bicyclist. A boy namod Jacobs sta...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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POETRY. The Task of the Flower. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

POETRY. The Task of the Flower. A, uttm! flower in Ijeimly grow Within n pinion fnir No wmits its frnRilc leaflets know, 'Tn-na wntclicil with tender euro : Yet oorrow oft would tintfo its joy For tlioso wIiopo licurt.s wevo siul \ It loused its lieimlv to employ, And mnko their Viearta more clad. Ono day 'trnis nulled, nnd borne awny By cnrelcsa hniuls and small ;\ But soon was Atflnncd, and dying Iny Unheeded in its fall, It sorrowed there with nngiiisli core. No longer might it live ; Its frnuant life would soon 1)0 o'er, No pleasure could it give. A mother saw it lying there, And lioro it homo with joy, To blossom in a garret haro ? Besido her crippled hov : Tlie child heheld it with delight, . And all his lovo mis won ; nis pale, wan face with smiles was bright— Tlic llow'rct's task was done. SoMr.nvu,LR GiDsr.v. — Tinsley's Maguzine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

YV Nowra. ^c/^ O-NTnnd after this date any CATTLE found' TRESPASSING on Wollomia Bun will be impounded. , , / . J, df- E. S. EOWE, 18th July, 1SS1. ^y-^l Ta «Estt HstEEaP,5id.(i«t4H»fK-oivraij E'esiaii-aV' Mui6;aiipa, and il:e Sjwin;-«i3Eii55ai{.j EM« irrlciis. A TTENTION is rwueft'cd to tho following X2l Prices now \ira\s charged at my Bulchor ing EstablishinontAliflil further notico : — Joints, 3d por lb. /sfoalc!., 3».d por lb : Salted Beef, .50 lbs. /and over, 2rt; Hind quarter Mutton, -Id; Foro quarlor Mutton, 3d; Mutton Chops, JWd ; Primo Joints, 3id. . ? JAMES LM.OKAGHAN, Nowra. HJfltitcI for Mate. 1/ T BASE, IiIU]?NSH; and FURNITUBE of SU BOYAL HOyl»i, Torrara, for Salo ; doing good trade, i/iant.: Ono and a halt years, nil; sovon years ^it 10s per week. Personal reasons for loaviug. ? Apply C. MUBBAY, - Auctioneer. BSairy 'K^arno f«v SaBc. y ON tho main road bolwooiyrTij^ss Valo and Shoalhavou, containing fmS^Acres of good Brush Land, about 80 acres of whM havo bcon cleared...

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

©TfflDISEY. ITIIOM 0TJ11 COKRESPOKDENT.] The hero of tho hour is Archibald Porbos, the world renownod war-cor'-espondont of tho London Daily News, who hns just nrrived on a locturing tour. IIo enmo in tho Snn Francisco mnil on Snlurdny morning, nnd wns ontortninod on Saturday night at n banquot givon in his honour by the Athontoum Club, which is princi pally composed of litterateurs. Mr. W. B. Dnlley, Q.O., occupied tho chair, and Dr.' Garrnn, the well-known editor of tho- TleraTd, tho vico-chair, and amongst tho other distin guished porsons present was Sir John Eobortson, Acting Colonial Socrotary. Mr. Dalloyproposod ' Tho health of tho truest ' in his usual folicitous nnd oloquont stylo, nnd with an able pororation worked hisaudionco up to such n pitch of excite ment that Mr. Forbes was somo tirao on his foot bofore ho could obtain a hoaring on account of the cheering. The response to tho toast wns not marked by any brilliancy of speech, for fow nun, indeed, could, undor tho oircn...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

OrSgiiiiag Coa'reMjpomHenjeo. TOTHK KIHTOIl OP Till! 811O.U.1I.VVEX TP.I.ROHAPH. Sir, — Your report: in lnst issuo of what took placo at tho mooting of tho ballot committoo of tho A. and H. Association is satisfactory, but I cannot agroo with your opinion nddod to it that ' b'nllot pnpors 'ought to lmvo' beon issuod to children (boys and girls), and to any nnmo on tho list of inonibors for which 1 0s Gd hnd boon paid.' At thnt mooting ' I mndo a written protost ngainst tho issuo of n ballot-pnpor to any child (boy, or girl). My reasons for tho protost nro thnt common sonso, usage, custom, law, nnd tho rules of tho association nro against children being mombors. ? It has boon for oight years nn association of. mou, and must bo until special legislation1 shall jirouitle for the admission of children. Children hnvo always boon admitted to tho shows by tho cards of thoir parents. Therefore as no child has boon a mombor nor can bo, no ballot-papor should havo beon issuod to nuy child. Yo...

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WHOOPING COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

1 . ?;?' ' ; '-' '? ?? ' ; ' '. '. . '' wiiborixp' cbuaii. ' I, aOk an- oxtciide'd trial/ the::'authoiv;/Dr. Gasp'ar ?,Griswpid^ minim;' to'-!!, 'child1: of ?six ;vriiqnth8i;' orie-half; minini;fqr''qrieof.a'y^r,:arid^briqj^ qno :q'f ' two^ 'years 'and Vupwardj' to.1 b'e^the-b'est; freme'dy; ': /'iThq.Jwhqop - goes.; :ythe/;ybinitirig? ,cedsos ;'/\thV'vppoxysnw1j.;,'areV;':m^^ed;i'in'1 intensitj' :;''ancl; fraiium^'^Tius'yi^uitVfhe' believeatb arisb frqma*smiilar'actiqrirtqr:that'. of creosote on tlie 'mbtor;':fibefs''qfithevyagus,! to 'the':1 stbma'ohV and.u'' fromj'a'; lqwQring;'o£'j'tlio; 'vitality! of //thqfspeciflqygqnn^qf^'^^ xpugh'disease.'''';Zv:fS/:'*^i-i5^

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Cable Intelligence. London, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

Cable lnfeB!ig;encer ( From- the Svdneti Papers.)' ? London. Wnir 9'. Messrs. Parnoll, Dillon, O'Kelly1, and others; imprisoned for, uttering seditious speeches, .but not charged with actual crime, havo boon roloasod ; but Michael Davitt, who stands con victed of treason-felony, remains in confinement. Tho officials of tho Bussian Court urgo, 'in- viow of tho disturbed' stato of the cotmtry aodi tho machinations und throats of tho Nihilists, that tho coronation of the- Cznr should bo a prr--. vate coromonial. in consoquonco ot tlio- rocont persecutions; '7000 Jewish familios in Southern Russia aro' emigrating to Palestine Mr. Gludstona, in tho House of Commons,, to-dny, nnnouncod thnt tho Bight Hon. W. E.. Fostor hnd declined tho responsibility of tho' furthor ndministrution of Irish uffnirs. Ho ouglogised Mr. Forstor's past careor, and whilo' intimating that tho Coercion Act would not ho ronowod, stated that tho ordinary law for the protection of law and property would havo to ho* ...

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AMMONIA IN PULMONARY DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

AMMONIA 'E| ririMONAIlY' rilSEASES.'* V':-t % At a- meeting pi'itlie.rl'ioyali'j'jieigia'ri Acudoriiy of Medicine,'; M.:';-Melsens -presented ', a memoir, on the therapeutic ^'applications ?of ammonia,, its /salts. '? and.Vita:[::''cbmplox! compounds, ' requesting ,. 'that : S.^?.™.?!'''?1?; be appointed', to. examine into .the \%lue[of his',' conclusions relative 'to/' thisV.question;..' ,' II., Melsens's communications1 ?/discusses',j- j'tlie' applicability . of ammonia and. its compounds . to diseases of .'the , respiratory ,. 'organs. ;'.', He, concluded, , .from , the fact ?, that ',' phthisical ' patients are benefitto'd liy inhaling the vaporsj of carbonate of ? ariiriiqnia!.' emanating' from stables, that the 'continuous .'and ;modeiftte. inhalation of ,- that salt would be eflicacious in other pulmonary affection's.' /Hq accordingly; made the experiment upon himself during anj attack of bronchitis', :uy 'wearing' 'm fa. bag* at tached to his shirt several pieces of aninioni...

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Mr. Roseby and his Banquests [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

Mr. l'5L«sefcy siiti! has SSniMgitetcrs. We roprint from the Sydney Morning TIcralifr of Tuosday last, the following, which npponred' in n bub- louder to- thnt journal. . Thcr Iierultl is' doservedly tho most influential jouvnal in the* ? colony, and as the locnl banqueters recognised its inflneuco, they must feol llntCerod' by the '? ? encomium passed by tho journal whom1 thoy delighted to honour in. proferonco to n local ono,. but which Sydnoy journal, wo imagine, would! not havo been roprosontod, did not its conductors' think it advisable to keop n watchful oyo ont AKnisters of tho Crown. Tho article reads thus i — The bnhquot given io Mr. P.oseby lust msek by his admiring constituents of Shoalhavon wns-. niiothor commentary of Iho polftical text,. '?What-sKnll be douo to tho man whonj the* oTectors delight to honour ?' Tho colebrivtiom was aTmosS somi-Minisforial ; for not only was5 tho Minister for Justice present, but ho- also- apologised for tho absence of ' somo of his col l...

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THE DAME AND THE CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

|the ;-'b^E|^i|;;T^:.!cmi5TC.:; ^^VCY^?»fip,^fro&':^^'P|'lQ^Mi1^^^^-^™'.J)'''-'':-'7.:''i '?TwMvhithiR'sbiils, just !froeil;irb'm'ilcslUylgnisbV' ',-1; ']'jjb'lt,\supplmnt^^ ?Hoi'drr6gniit,'iihp6riqns,'':bnjd-bfmicij; .''. :V'1,' '. iShoV;ni6d[,*yeifcarlcssVimti6rit'nml b'orbhe.' ?/ ''*!?' 'Aiidias/.toihim, Itlio .timo scorned loiig'tb wait ;-:; '.?' ' -Bbfb'ro tlio'iiiinl opbiiiiig of thb'gat'o.' .«, :''!-: ; '???'-?? ;Hq,'fcll,;nt!loiigth;!tb,tnlkiiiR.^«;,i:J-i-rt./.; 'p.-K.'.--. !:Uv.-..;.ji1r.'j:V'\V;:jip;;-;.;r;''K,..';;.'VBnmpfV-flUoOilibi;-'i' :''!,-Ylul'ogpoa,Sfc;,'!?etbrscarclics,for'H A, IVa'ytbU mo^if.to/nslclio nbofl'piicp-^f . ?' ?,:./. .. .; 'Your 'iinmq.niicl stntioii; lipwypu cn'ino aiut.wlicii.cb;: iXVimi you hccqmiilishc'diii'tjio'.wqi-ld -bblow.' :.(IIo was a critic, l^nilcriybu must Jdiow.j/ .',.?' ' :Woll skilled to consurc'. httlo'iiivbn to lmiiso; ' - .Tho uiiiiihail S]toiit';tlio snbijtaiico of his diiys .'?',' ,! ?IiviiUbctisoiwlnlo7ot,W8 cmistioiiei...

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NINETY MILLS AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

:.-.: i ,.-??. ^::NI^TT:3rm^'i'H/^bD^;?ii^?S:??'/;v^: ' ' Standixo in ;:'a;r!|'stiill'!lih'..'th6: round-house of tho'PeiHisylTOm^ is': an odd-lbqlang'Slocorifqtiy^i'feai'ing :?the , nariio of ?f's''Pontaineii-!^Tn'S*qn^b:!Avas;^qni strucled for SBeea;\tmdj^though'!:''it';h'Ks''iripi;' yet 'riiado: its (iialftiip;Ui:as'expectecVthd't;it: will run' at tHo' l'lrte, of . JdA'milos 'ari'-houiv The maolnrieryYiristca'd'iqf^ mediuin line .o£'th'e:b1oiler*is'a'lmost',feritirol^^ above it;. Thqre?'ai«!;th^e!'p'aira'i'oiEr;Vthivir(g;' wheels, but qnlyiWbu^stiqh/.thorails;;/':.^ thinli)nir'riio'16ri!toyofi^o:bpilaV'd^otjy.'in front of the-;cab.'?'.;.The'sel:!wheels;.drq'tbfmed'; tho ' niain di'iyerslV.'-arid'.thbS-pbwbrSis; commuincated . to ;tnem'froin' thq ''.cylinders;!' Tho stoairi ?I'chests-V'find¥oylinffira::nra*'^t'at''' an angle'of about '45;';degrees:b'ri;the. sides of' the', boiler, 'and'1 tho'.'crank! ;rqds:run;up !to'tlie; 'drivers'.' : Tho'.-lpwer.-.idriyffig-wh'eois-v'ai'e'. dif...

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Miscellaneous. ROADSIDE WHIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

flDi3cenancpus. ? '.'„. ,' :,,: ;i '-.'! UOAUBIUB WUI8T. . V :?,!;.:;-)'??/'.' A VEiivplcasantiway of beguiling ..tho '.tedium' of along journoy by oarriagn or atagq-obabh;; or. rolioying thii monotony of ;tho '.'oustpiiiavy'- littprnoon drive, is tho gamopf roadside whist;.. Ifcadds nothing to the impedimenta' of tho journoy; since the ^only implements required are two or four pairs of sharp eyes ; dhd' a likb number of Hunny tbmpors, oijualto the strain' pf seeing a white horse, a cat, or oven a goat, upon: tho wrong ai(ia of the way without a murmur... Thus furnishod, tho players havo bnlv to keen a briuht look-but unon tho orino Bite sido of thoroad and score up every auimnl within.ithe range of vision/' A goat counts ? twenty, a cat ton; a'horso'iive, a ' horse of: another color '? ono, in comnioir with dogs, sheep, 'pigB,'vmulcs;: doiikeys,r arid: all ; other creatures riot biped,— fowls andhuman animals beiiig'.', no 'count ?',-. at all in- the gamp. '???.- / ' '? .'When' thi...

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Sketcher. CURIOSITIES OF OLD PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 11 May 1882

Shctcbey. CURIOSITIES OF OLD PARLIA MENTARY ELECTIONS. Until about the close of the seventeenth cen tury, very little appears to fib known concern ing parliamentary electioneering, ns it was not till this time that it was much or notoriously practised. At that period, howover, and up to the passing of tho licform Bill, tho system of parliamentary representation .wan exceed ingly detective. According to a statement by the Duke of Richmond in 17S0, a majority of the House of Commons was returned by not moro than six thousand men ; and in the petition of tho Society of the friends of tho l'coplo in 17!li!, it wns mentioned that eighty four portions absolutely returned one hundred and Jifty-soven members to JL'aiiiamcnt; and that seventy inlluentinl individuals secured tho return at one hundred and iifty members ; so that in this way three hundred and sovon members— which, before the Union with Ire laud, constituted tho majority of tho Lower House — we're! returned thereto by one hun dr...

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Science. MALARIAL ORGANISMS IN THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Science. MALARIAL ORGANISMS IN THE BLOOD. In tho blood of patients suffering from malarial poisoning, M. A. Lavoran has found parasitic organisms, very definito in fonn and most remarkable in character. Some wero cylindrical curved bodies, pointed at the extremities, with a dolicato outline and a transparent body, colorless except for a blaokish spot in the middle, duo to pigmont granules ; on tho concave sido a fine, lino could often be traced, which seemed to unite the extremities of tho crescent. These bodies presented no movement. Spherical organ isms were also seen, transparent, of about the diameter of a red blood corpuscle, containing rtiamnnt erains which, in a state of rest, were often arranged in a definite circle, but some times prescntod rapid movements, and then lost their regular arrangement. On tho borders of the spherules very fine filaments could often be perceived in rapid movement. These filaments wero in length three or four times tho diameter of a red corpuscle....

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Egriculture. SETTLING DOWN IN A NEW PLACE. BY AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

ftarfculture.' SETTLING DOWN IN A NEW PLACE. BY AN OLD COLONIST. Many who read this paper, and havo occupied nnd sottlod down on now land — 'been through tho mill,' as tho saying is — will havo afterwards mot tho now chum, often and often, who was replete with observations of what could bo done, and how much better or easier this, that, or the other thing could bo accomplished. It is so easy to find fault and offer opinions concerning improvements that could bo mado upon land. In Australia wo aro told very frequently of how much better many things aro done in America. Tho writer would bo amongst tho last to say a disparaging word regarding tho little short of surprissing skill which is brought to bear in all branohes of agricultural work in America. Wo have learned and ate learning many use ful and valuable lessons from tho experience Won over there. Tho conditions under which wo labour, too, nrc somewhat similar. Possibly no country on earth offers .us cxperi onco so like thatwhich...

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MAN WHO GAME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

MAN WHO GAME . HOME. ?' :'-??- ??'' - ' ' ' ';-1':' ?-. '' . . One Maroh day Mr. Mark Hunter arrived in tho city of Boston. His personal appoaranco was commonplace, and his reputation did not warrant' 'the anticipation of his advent by Mayor and Common Council. Nobody mot him at tho d6pflt, and nobody watched for him with eager anticipations of joy or sorrow Ho expected no greeting other than a glimpse of tho familiar streets; church steeples, and Common of tho town whoro ho was born, and yet a certain music had chimed in his ears during tho journey hither. This roirain, monotonous and unceasing, had beon ' Tho man who came homo.' Yes, ho was tlio man returning homo alter an absonco of thirty year*. What should ho find? All faces woro strange to him. Stay I An old friond swooped around tho corner, and embraced him with rough cordiality — tho Maroh wind. ' 'Why, so it is I' oxclainied Mr. Hunter, oatohing liis hat, and laughing goodhumorod ly. ' Tlio same old friond, I declare I An o...

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Movelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

; '(Novelist. '/ ? GRIT. A story of tho past and presont; of Oral '; naryrmon and Ordinary tilings, in Ordi nary language ', ' ]5e suro thy sin will fliul thco out.' BY .D'ONALD CAMERON. -AUllIOB 01% ' IN HIE 1-OLDS 01' THE SKRPIIM,' ' SILVIillWATSIl DLND,' KTO. ' '? It is a beautiful belief :' . 1 1 ' - That ovoi louiid our lioail ... ~. .-??., Aro hovering, on nnrelwingu, ? i, -^Thonpuitsof thodoad. ' ''/ CHAPTEB X.— (eosTMora.) ' Nor . was 'it long boforo tlioir names wore, i known. At tho moment tho camel falls in tho'doscil, vultures nvo to bo scon winging their way to tho spot fiom nil parts of tlio compass ;' bo a fow seconds after it was known ^ that tlio supposed homicides wore in tho lock up',,that place was suirounded by a dense ; multiludo, and it took allcoiTstabloMulcahy's diligonco to keep his abodo from being htormod. A fow minutes, and a now sensation was sup , plioel/' Tlio prisoners wovo nono othors than Heotor Maoinnos and Bunakum. Whereupon, _ v of cotirso, a gr...

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Poetry. THE TAPESTRY WEAVERS. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

0^C '' ' ? tP»oeti-v-. V,'.,.THE TAPESTRY WEAVERS, ';'' -/? i' ' 1)V -wbon n. uiiioteii. iV'. \ , I. 'i , Lht us Inlto to our lioai ts n loiisou — no loston cnn -i'vi 1 lonvorbo— - J. I'lom tho \iajs of tha Inxiosliy naavcro on tlio 'othoreideof tliob'jii. ?'? ?AWo tlioir lioniln tlto p.iticin lmngH; thoy study ' it iiith ciuo, Thowlnlo tlioir flngais iliftly noih Ihoir oyosnio fnntouctl there. Thoy loll fliis rurloiiB llilnir hraiiioq. nf tlin mllnnt 1 plodding wonvcr : Ho workB on tho wiong nida ovor innro, but woiks for tlio rifjlit »UIo ovor. . It is only uhnn tlio floaUng Btop», and tlio noli is i loosed nnd turned, Hint lio bcoi his leul handiwoilc— Hint IiIb innr * volons skill in lonrnod. Ah, tlio Right or Hid dohcnlo bcnulr, how it navi him for nil his cost I 1 No rnror, danttiur work limn lii-4 naH over iloAo Thon tlio mnster biingoth him goldon hiio, nnd givcth him pr.uaons well; And how hnnpy tho honit of tlio weaver is no tonguu but his onn cnn toll. ii. i Tho \oais of ...

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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

E?igcoi« Match. The first pigeon match of what will probably develop into a pormanont serios of periodical matches, took place at Greonwoll Point last Saturday. Tho prizes were a silvor cup, value £8, and several swoops. The scores for tho cup 'were as follows : — G. Dent, 27 yds ? 11010 Dr. J. P. BroToton 22 ydsj. . 0000 J. 11. Brown, 23 yds ? 0000 E. S. Rowe, 26 yds ? - 1000 H. Parnell, 28 yds ? 1100 R. Dont, 22 yds ? 11111 J. Herne, 25 yds ? 0011 I1. Dent, 26 yds ? 0101 J.'H. Dovlin, 21 yds ? 0000 ' C. Gordon, 23 yds ? 1000 T. Home, 28 yds ? 0001 J. Dont, 28 yds ? 0101 For -the principal swoep, three birds each, at 25 yards, the scores are as follows : — . J. Dont. .' ? ? ? '...'...' 01 ' , J..M. Brown - ? 00 J. H. Devlin ? 00 E.fS. Rowe j ? *. ? r, ? oi :F.,Dent' '..',c '...'.' ? no O.'Gordon'.r. '. .'. '. ? 00 ' . J. Herne ? 01

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

?' No pont up Utica contracts our powora ' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modern limes, for its sales aro not confined to any particular sphoro, but extend ovor all tho quarters oE tho globe. Ordors aio boing constantly received from remote sections, aud its oxport constitutes ono of tho staples of our trade. Circulars nnd pamphlets oxplanalory of its cui'iitivo proportion hiivo boon translated into all languages, and thoro is no portion of tho world whoro Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Dew of the Alps. — Tho -world outride of Europo hiiviiur discovorod that this palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant, tho demand for it in tho Wcsriiulies, South America and Austialiu has literally become enormous. It is strange for hundreds oE years so wonderful nn apjiotizor and stomachic should huvo beon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swi&s fron tiers, and tho thanks of millions nro duo to Me3&iv-. M...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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