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LIGHTS ALONG THE SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

lilGH^S AtQNG-THE SHOREJ ;V-i-;.p.-'-;Vi:-.;''.'.;JlV.'AJIAIJE-LAFOllOB. ' .' ? . .-.The wild sea thunders on tlio shoio, ., , V. ' ,Thp wind blows chill from oil tho Hold. , ',,», ^V^ThdECR-gulls.giitlioroirthpclilli), ,-;, s 5 -And -prate aiid chatter of tlio cold ; ' ? ,',:; Tlio lionrso winds Mow; tho sun has bet, , ' ^ -?? And1 'Tiifn.' T (jnifl. ' im lilrn flin'knii ? ,iV[ Oruel, it castB our wrcckB aslioro, ' v , In tempest and in misery.' ' '? .'!,'- A singing voico camo up tho'cl-flu, ?'',',' ' ' A child with bluo oyes, crnvo and snect, 1 «„ And fair hair blown about her faio, -' ' Sped up tho path with flying tint. '. 'Tho nailing-boats nio in 1' nho mid, '' ' ~r ~ .?* ' Wov'o watched for them a day or moro.' „ ' And, 'looking down, I saw tho net's, ,v\ ' '- And lights wore glancing on tho «hoio. ,*, 'At yestci'ovoiny mother wopt, .,?,.. * ' Tliowhitogullsilowfarnullii8i.il, ' , », ? Tho great waves heat upon tho wiuil, JTlio surf rolled in so hi nulj ? _ ' ., - - \i At yo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Revision Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

' -Revision Court. NbwitA, Tuesday, Mat 9. (Before tiieir Worships Messrs. James Frasor (Chainhaii), L. M'Irityre, D, M'Loan, J. .Boxsell, J. Wilson, J. Glanville, and J. M' Arthur.) In pursuance of the 13th section of tho Elec toral Act, this Court was held to hear claims from applicants to have their names put on the roll, or objections to names that were on, or proposed to bo put on. Their Worships decided to hoar first the objections to names on tho roll. JohnrSmith, of Nowra, had filed objections to a considerable number of names that were on tho roll. In the majority of cases, his objection was, that ho thought they had loft tho district boforo the roll was taken ; but it was shown that some of the persons so objected to were still residing in tho. district, and in some cases had so rosidod for a considerable time. Aftor hoar ing Mr. Smith's objection to the first name, in answor to a question from Mr. Richards as to whether he had sent a copy of his objection to tho person ob...

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The Character of General Skobeloff. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

! ' ' ' '? SltoIseJwir. * * ; (From Truth.) General Skoheloi'I' is 39 years old, but looks '.almost a doendo younger. Thoro is nothing in his aspect which. Lotokcns tho warrior inured to hardships. 'Nor yot does -lio givo tho impression of a enrpot lcnight, although, ho is tho bpst vnloted man in Europo. IIo is habitually well-dressod but riot a dandy. Ono sees that lio pays minute attention to tho details of his toilette when! ho is ongaged at it ; but that, ouco it is| onded, his 'personal appearanco does not cost him, for tho rest of Iho day, a singlo thought. If jewelled studs, pin, and chain aro Jvorn, they do not show. Skoboloff is tall, Jiis figure is lithe. It shows an olastic, nervous organization, but no atlilotic muscu larity. The habit of poring over books of military science, maps and plaus, has induced a sljglit stoop. In working 'out in liis mind som'e tough problem, or talking on a subjoct that oxcitos him, lie paces rapidly backwards and forwards, in tout or study, ...

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

^:^AJptiGEN-ESIA. :'('!':£ V :' ?Y THOMAS; DDNN- ENGLISH. ' ' , 'A lock of suiiHthau'^ S..; li _? » ? . - i- .?-. In this old .vohimo,' 'amX- it -'scorns as soft i ' i ' . And.Bilkonns.whciijlli'st.placqd ittheic — , ~i ;;;;. ?Trcsa 'gazed at-foiul aiid oft.'!. 1 'vUpoiithbombors-^thusl . r.1' i v :Tho flanio devoiuB tlio thing bofoio my oyes ; i - : So ends tho past. What phantom \apoious t ;?':. DpIs'poBlowly.ris'o? . ' , ..: It Bits in yonder chair — , * - ..j ' Tho gi'acoful figuro in tho kirtlo blue, u ', , / ./ The eyes of tempered steel, the golden lmii) ; a }' 'That onco bo well I know. ,' {* ' '^v V 'Has shoarison, then, , * : Spurning hor ccreinoiitB from her nni ion bed, ,, . With all her aits, to bo adinhcd of men — ', ' ; Is not tho Borcorcss dead 1 - u , And with her rises now . ' - Tho sph'it-pnugs, nnd mildness of mj joulh, ' i Tho throbbing heart, stirred soul, and' aching ' brow, ? i it And doubt of woman's truth. -' , - -u Smilo not as once-you smiled ;/? ' '? . P...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

SlBoaHbeLven Court of Efcuquiesis. ?' ' Tuesday, May 16, 1882. (Beforo Messrs. B. Brown (Chairman), John Glanville, Jamos Waddington, and John' Monaghan, Js.P. E. do Mestre and wifo v. John Nicholas Bradley. Rent duo, £5 4s. After hearing the ovidenco of John Sm:th, bailiff and agont for Mr. E. do Mestro, their Worships gavo a verdict for amount claimed, with costs of Court, and costs of ono witness, 5s. Win. M'iNoilleyv. Win. Kouso. Detention of saddlo, and loss of time, £1. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Mr. Richards appeared for plaintiff. Fiom. tho ovidonco of plaintiff it would appear that ho bought the saddle indisputo from Rouso for the sum of £5 ; in payment he gavo Ronso a cheque drawn by Limory, for £2 10s, a ;£1 noto, and broke in twohorses for Ro\iso, at 15s oach, which, together with tho sum paid, made £5 ; he took the saddlo away from Rouse's, and had it away for some time ; but, on going to Rouso's one day, he (Rouse) removed tho saddlo from off a horse plaintiff was...

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The Maori Petition to the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

'The EEaorn PcUttma t'0- the e&itecEi. (From the New Zealand Herald, 'April 29.) Os Wednesday last wo stoitod- ttiat Sydnoy Taiwhanga had collected £300 from/ tho Maoiis in tho North, to pay his expanses homo lo Eng land with a petition to be laid boforo h'or Majesty. Tho matter is of, somo importance, as Taiwhanga is porsevoring, irrepressible, a ready speakor, and possessed of a. 'vast amount of information. Wo havo boon fm-nis-hed with a full translation of tho petition, bufrits length compels us to omit certain portions,:— ' To her Majesty Victoria, iho good Quoon of England .and tho Empress of 'India. ' Greeting : Go forth, O our messenger^, on tho E'oft airs of affection, to remote lands across tho ocean that was trodden by Tawhaki [To.wliaki/ tho God man whoso name frequently occurs' 5n all tho anciont 'mythology of tho Maori raco] to- Victoria tho Queo'iiof England, whoso fame for jjracious noss has oxtondod to all tho kingdoms of tho world, including Now Zonland.1. ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day.—Same Bench. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day. — Same Bench. Warren KisER, a compositor, was charged with, having boon drunk and disorderly at Terrara, on tho preceding day. Aa defendant had been in the look-up all night, he was admonished and discharged. . Aloxandor Shophord was charged by Souior Constablo Brayno with having mado use of pro fane langungs in a public placo in Kinghorn street, Nowra, on the 5th Mav. Defondant pleaded guilty ; and after hoaring tho ovidenco of Senior-Constable Brayno, theii Worships in flicted a fine of 10s, and 4s 10s costs. [The Court here adjourned for ono hour.] George Bearrol, alais Dr. Allaggapon, a Eurasian, was charged with having, on tho 2nd ay of April, stolen ono chestnut filly, the pro perty of Thomas Gall, of Broughton Crook, Tho prisoner was npprohondod in Syduoy, and remanded to Bronghton Creok, where ho was furthor remanded to Nowra. Thomas Gall, having boon duly sworn, do posod : Prisoner came to mo on thoHOth Mnrch, and askod ino if I had any ho...

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European News by the Orient (s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

European News 'by ttie-Wrient (s.) The Orient (s.) brings papors'from Europo to March 31, one week later than those by tho mail via Suez. From our (Herald) files to hand wo extract tho following:— THE NO-KENT VENDETTA. j -.''On tho night of March 21 an armed party of nbbiit^O Moonlighters proceeded to attack tho :i^™;c.rt -sf n fnrmi-v nnrl snhnnlmnfitfir Tiimnnr' James Eyan, at Dromblano, sovon milos from Thurlos, county Tipperary. Eyan had boon a prominont member of tho local Land Loaguo, and. 'took an activo interest in its proceedings ; but latterly, owing to his declared intention to ' \ pay his rent, ho had incurred tho hostility of tho tyrant organisation, which dov.oloped into ' boycotting,' -and ultimately culminated in a murderous attack. Tho policu by somo moans obtained a hint' of wlmfc was planned, and threo constablos nrmeil with riilos concealed thoni solvos in a hiiggiud a slim t distance from Kyan's houso. Botweon 11 and 12 o'clock thoy heard tho tramp oE tho maraud...

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

CricEti't. The Numba and Burrior Clubs tried conclusions at Numba on Saturday, tho 6th instant. One moro for Burrior. It is, only fair, however, to say that somo of tho Numba eleven wero absont in tho first innings. Tho following aro the iscoros: — NUMBA C. 0. S.Itirhnrabon.li.w.'.bThomson 13 1) Thorbiim .'...'.....'. ? 5 K. Howie, b Thomson ? 10 b'lliomson ? I W.Wntts.bliWdulpli ? « 1) Thomson 1 H. O'Jfril, not out ? 18 bThouiMui ? '. ? '..'. .') J. llriUon, run out ? I b Thomson ? 0 T. Button, b Thomson ? 1 notoiit ? 5 D. Biutou, o und b Thomson 8 i-t. Thomson ? 0 J. Witts, b ThomiOH .. 0 W.Murnj-.b Thomson 1 G. Smith, o Xunnedy, D.: Kecfo, b Thomson;...' 0 Suiuhies ? G BundriM ? B Total ? .*. ? fiO Total ? 23 , BURRIER C. C. I^TINVINOS. 2VU ISVI-:OS. W. Kennedy, bOVNoil ? 0 b Wnlti ? 0 C. Thoibuin, b O'Neil ? 0 runout ? 0 ,T. Locke, bWntbi ? 2 b O'Neil ? 2 J. Thorburn, b Wulli ? 0 a Howie, 1- O'Neil ? 3 W. V, irron, b O'Neil ? 6 b Witts ? 0 II. Thomson, bO'Ncil ? IS cHiTOio.b Wnt...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Archibald Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

otiscei..Hj a sriswug. Archibald Forbes. (Sydney Daily Telniruph.) Tins romarkablo man, now looturing in Sydney, ?who was born in Morayshiro, Scotland, is tho son of Louis Forbes, a Prosbytorian doctor of divinity, and was educated at tho Univorsity 0£ Abcrdeon. Ho led rather a wild careor for two or three yoars, during which poriod ho visited Canada, and on his return to England ho enlisted in tho Royal Dragoons. It was while ho was serving Her Majesty that he wrote some articles for Household Words, and tho Cornhill Muaazine, and owing to his literary earnings, Forbes had moro monoy than his comrndos, nnd couso quontly got. into froquont trouble His colonel — now General Wardlaw — was a strict discipli narian, and inoted out punishment unflinchingly _ But towards the end of his military career, ?which lasted five yoars, Forbes boro a vory good character— a happy change, which would probably havo led to promotion had' not 'his . health given way and caused him to bo in valided; ' t...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

v /a- MectiiBars to toe Held. ? Good Templar's Lodge meats at Nowrai May 25, 1882, at 7 p tn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

; lllnwim-a. Stes:»» W«»v»(j;at.t«ii ' .?'??'' Cwiiiiiiuiy. ' T1M.F, TABLE. From Sydney, j night, at 11. From Gioonwell ( Monday, 7 n.m. ; Thursday, Point. '( ? 8 a.m. PAJHSS : Cabin, S»n; Return (Cabin), 3W«- | tftccrtiRe, IVJ.s fid. 13. WANNING, Mnnngor. , EngtihJa ftoottisli aitnl Australian! ClMirtprctl^IIEnnlc. ri'MIE BUSINESS of thin liANK will, for Uio j. futuro 1)0 conducted in tho NEW ER.13 3^tIS]3S in Kinglioi n-slrcol noxt'thoProabytevian church. hqb'J.1. P1NLAYS0N. ' Manngor. Nowra, 12th January, 18S1. JR. LANGLBY, ' CO3VE3VEISSIO3ST , 'asd 'PRODUCE AGENT, TASMANrAN JA3L §? FRUIT 'Dili' '02', i 02 Sussi:x-siunxx, Y D N Vj Y . BOBERT 11EI&LM0HXS, (Laic Thome and MeikltjohnJ Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Botween King and JMJirkoL Shoots, SYDNEY. - ? W: 'HALL, ~ General, Commission Agent, Ann ' 'fflMMireJClE .EiLH23»CEiIAWli\ 110, SUSSBX-STlirXT, ' 'sydnev. V.'B. — Country OiAols piourplly nllonilod to. HAWJM AHB VMCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Street, SYDNK...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

T.OCAB, IWTEIiliHaEWCE. South Coast Co-operative Produce Co. —The Articles of Association o£ the abovo com pany now lios at ouv offico for signature. RACES. — As notified by advertisement in tho present issuo; a day's racing will tako placo at Barron Plat on Quoon's Birthday (Wednesday next), for saddlos, bridles, whips, etc. Aquatic. — A few weoks ago wo informed our readers that a match had been arranged between ?John Green, of Crookhaveu and Herbert Nichols to' row in light skiffs on the champion courso a few. days bofore thb dato of tho Greenwoll Point Regatta. It is now definitely decide! that tho match shall come off noxt Saturday afternoon, mid as both oarsmen and thbir friends are vory sanguine as to success no doubt tho match wiil be close and oxciting. Greenytelt, Point Regatta.— The Regatta nt Greonwell Point will bo ono of the chief sources of . attraction next weok.on tho annivor sary of hor Majesty's birthday. Aquatic sports are so. popular in Shoalhavon that it is har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

-. To Our Sul»scrifoers. OTTBSORIBERS to 'this journal not receiving JO their papor rogularly, will oblige by ?promptly communicating the fact to the pro prietor, at the office of this paper. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1882.

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MY BOY! MY BOY! [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

MY BOY! MY^Bbir I ; : 11Y LILLIE E. BA1U!.. : ? ? : ' ' ' - At tho villngo post; ' mong tho littlo crowdj;: .--?;. ??? A farmer road his loiter aloud ; . : -.''?''. ?'-?!?:?'?.- Whilo ho cried, ' Oh, neighbors; 1'iii so proud; ?'? .'- ,?.-'»., MyBoiriMySoy.l,'-^' Has won his election, sqiinro nnd fair, ,:....; ; .- , ; .,; Ho's going -to sit in n Sonator's chair, Vv:;'.- :? I'y. , And thonrisn't his equal, nnywhore, '??.'?'?-':?''?'? '?'?' ?? My Boyi r ifyBojjly', , . ' Oomo, fathor,' tho doctor pleasantly Baid,, .: -j..-. ; ' There's plenty havo trod whero ho will trend, '?' ' And, for n kind heart and a loval head; :?Wr '-, My\BoVl\;i[y'BoyV:::' Is top of tho row : — and I ought to know,-, ;:??-?.' :; ?? Ho's stood by my sido thirty .years, br.so,- 1,.'' : '. And been good to lean on, in weal or woo, . '-;' , ; '. ? . MyBoyl'-ZfyBoijT- ?', Thon a pale, gravo woman rjiisedlior.iioad— % ?-: ;:. ' But for my son John, I hiul long boon dead, v ::'.' For ho gavo mo Love, and ho gave mo...

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POETRY. The Two Gates. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

POETRY. ??- . - , The Two (HatCH. ? '-UiP n.nniM onco (ho runs nn iincicnfctrtlc), . . 01(1, worn nml qwnt, i n.pt down a slmdovrod \ale; ' ' On cither hand Wbo mountain1* W.ick iiud high ; ' Cliill wis the RUsl j an , mid (Inrk the ekj- ; Thonnth win uigKwl and Ins fi-tt won- lime ; His Mcd cheek was sc imcd by pniii iintl care ; ' ' His heavy cyv* upon the ground vcie cit-st, And overy step seemed feebler than the. lost. ' Tho valley ended where n naked rock Hose sheer from earth to heaven, as if to mock Tho piljtrim who luul kcptlthnl toilsome way j , But vlnlo Ins dim nnd vrary cjes r-* ly To flnd an outlet in the mountain Mdo A ponderous tculptuied, hru/( n iloor he spied; And tottering; toward it v ith f.M-failins tircnth. Above the portal trail, ' The Guto of Heath ' Ho could not stny his feet that led thereto ; It yielded to his touch, nnd. ii.is-.iiw through, lie i camo into a -nmld all linulit ami f.ur ; lllne were tho heavens, and liiiliny ivas tho nir ; And, lo I the Woo...

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Mature. AMERICAN JACK RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

?Mature. AMERICAN JACK RABBIT. Tim jack, rabbit - is an inhabitant of Texas and somo other western : states; Ho is often called tho ~' inule-earod rabbit,' ' : and, - by the cowboy, frequently spoken of as the ' muloy.' Ho is not. a. rabbbit. at, all.' A' rabbit is an unobtrusive ' littlo animal, found by school boys in a littlo hole ; in tho ground, at tho'end of- a -long track in ithe' snow.' The' so-called jack-rabbit is quito a .different kind of soup meat.-; Ho is ideriticalwith tho British hare, except that ho is largor. the color lighter,and his ears much longer. His avoirdupois is about twelve; pounds; and 'his oars measuro about sixteen inohes from tip to tip. He does not burro* in tho ground. He lies under cover of a bunch of prairio grass, but is very seldom found at homo — his offioo hours boingfroin sunriso to sunset. He is to bo found dnring tho day in tho open prairie, whoro ho feeds on tho tondor shoots of the mosquito or sago grass. Ho is not a forociou's animal, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

'\T7'ANTED a iir.st^okss BUGGY BOD'^ TT MAKER. AufMfai GEOIIOE THOM SON, Nofrra. May 17; 1882. TTTANTED, an acrfva/MAN. J. GREEN,' TT .Nowra. 0/ ~' ON and aRor this date any CATTLE found' . TKESPASSINGou Wollomia Eun will' bo impouudod. Jj Af - . ' E. S. EOWE. 18th July, 1881. ? ? ? ? EEYIFAL SERVICES, , Conducted or the the Salvation Arn y Plan. COMMENCIN/I o i S/JNBAY, 21st instant at 2 o'clotlc, n_ (fio Brass Band Hall,1 Nowra : 3 o'clooli Soi cice at tlio Briilgo, woathoi permitting ; wool: nij lit at 7, till tho 28th. N.B.— All aro invi od. Proo Soats. No Col lection. WILLIAM DTJ]i'TY. 7rn41ic?iitiii(»it«! (HOt'IVowrn,, Terarii. ivlaiH. ] ATTENT1OAT islrpjMcslpd (o tho following Prices n/w t/iiiiaMhnrgnd at my Bulchor ing EBtnhlislMmnt.liunipfiirMior notico : — Joints, 3d por lb. ; [steaks, 3ld pnr lb : Suited Beef, .')() lbs. ilnd ovor, 2d ; Hind qimrtor Mutton, 4d; Torn qunrtor Mutton,' 3d; Mutton Chops, lijd ; Primo Joints, 3Jd. JAMSS MONAGHAN, I Nowra. UEmIci far Sale. T EA...

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Humo[?]r. FABLES. THE SHARK AND THE PATRIARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Ifoumour. . FABLES;;1 \;.'m GEORGE WASHINGTON-iESOP;;^ ' V .TTTrc KUATiir AWn'TnM'pATrT.llinit:1:'.'':'1' '?; DintiNG' .tiiq'Deluge, as (i shark.wds ebriduetj ing ^ 'thanksgiving service 'for^'ari, 'abundant' harvest, a 'prudent patriarch; looked out. and addressed him thus :' My friend, I'ani mtiote 'struct withVypui ; Jopen- countoridnco; g'pray;. como' into the ark and make, one of'' us^; -. Tho ; probabilities are afallhig bdrbriiotor and lipayy^ rains ' throughout;.. the . region 'of !'thb 'lowbr;, universo'during tlio next forty, days;'.'.' !',That'. is just, the .sort of hair-pini, arii,' replied' the': shark, who had icnt several' rows ol 'wisdbriv tooth ; ' fetch on your deluges.!' ''About :' six weeks subsequently tho'pat'riarch encountered him oh the sumriiit of- Mount AraratV in very, straitened circumstances.-, ;? ?':';-?? -:':-^':^S;' - , Moral.— Yon _ can't prettj^iuoh .most always: toll how things are going to'.turn out sdme^ times. .;''?: ?:'?/'':''?':.? ?:V.i.;';:'...

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Miscellaneous. JEW-BAITING IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Miscellaneous. , JEW-BAITING IN RUSSIA. A LONa description given by a Russian gontloman, named Moyor Bankanovitoh, who has just arrivod from Sinilla, in tho provinco of Gaborno, in Southern Russia, of the scones thoro of whioh ho was an oyo-witnoss, appears in an English paper. Ho gays : — Tho outbursts of terrorism occurred chiefly at tho monthly fairs, when a largo nnmbor of farmers nnd peasants assomblod in the town, and tho townspeople incited the farmers to attack other Jews. Tho drinking inllfmtf wo.vn l.hrmvn nmm. nnrf fh-ink WftH freely given to the fanatical populace. Largo riumbori! of tho towspeaplo went round with the mob, and pointed out tho quarters wero tho Jews lived. Tho public drinking houses kept by Jews wero first broken into, and tho casks rolled into tho streets, nnd somo ot thorn wero smashed, and tho pooplo drank tlio raw spirits out of the streets. Theso acts wore followed by tho breaking open of tho warehouses and places of business kept by tho Jews, which ...

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