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Cable Intelligence. London, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

CaS»Ie SnfcIIiKcnce. (From the Sydney Papers*) London-, May 9. Messrs, Pnrnoll and Dnvitt, persisting in- denouncing tho recent nssassmations and fearing that the Fenian vongeance may turn upon then? aro nbactlouing tho Iribh nationnl causo. ^^^ At Brighouso, in Yorkshiro, very serions' ^^^^ riots have occurred, a great mob of the fnhabi- ^^^1 tants havo attacked the Irish residents, with' the ^A ]iurposo of avenging tho doatha of Lord Fredo- ^K. rick Cnvoudish and Mr. Burke; A match has boon arranged' botwoon Boyd' and Laycock, ior £200 a side,, to be pulled over three- and a-half miles on the1 Tees, on tho 3rd' July noxt. Anothor botween Ponrco nnd Lur gan. for £100' a sido, ta bo pulled oathe Thamosr on tho 17th of Juno. Mr. George Otto Trovolyan; lately Secretary to the Admiralty, hns accepted! the post of Ohiof iitiorotary for Ireland, without a seat in the Cabinet. May 10; Tho Govornmont havo offered' a reward of £10,000 for ovidonco which will lead to the approhonsion and con...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

JSSHSCEaiflj&JOiJfl&IUg. TjAjto Sam.— On Tuosday last Mr. D. L. Dymock submitted to auction a half-acro allot ment on Pike's Hill known as tho site of tho old wind-mill, tho property of tho late R. Owen, M.L.C. Aftor somo spirited bidding tho allot mont fell to Mr. J. Piko at £'230. — Kiama Inde pendent, May 12. ... Judge Docker ox the Oath.— The Bourlte Telegraph states that during tho hearing of a case at tho Quartor Sossions'on Saturday, May G, Judgo Docker said ho thought it would pro mote tho onds of justice if all oaths in law courts woio abolished, and n siinplo promiso to (ell tho truth substituted, with heavy and instant ponaltios for breaking it. 'Bakers, Bjsvake !— At Iho Wollongong Police Court, on Monday last, on tho informa tion of Souior-Sorgoant Griovo, tho undermen tioned bakers wero finod for .having bioad in their bako-houses, undor weight: — A. Graham, jun., 24 loaves, 22 ounces deficient 111 weight, finod £5 10s; T. G. Robinson, 13 loaves, 6 ounc...

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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Vomited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

fiioutH 'C«»us»t ao-! 'West C»tnden Co i opei-alive C«EBj»itny fJLEjiiJtcd), Sydney Maivket Piti'oEs. Below wo givo gonoral quotations. - £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, por lb.. 0 - 1 8 to 0 1 0 Ditto, seconds ditto .. 0 0 8,, .'o ,1 3 Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 7 „ 0 0. 8 Ditto hoavyandrough 0 0 4 ,, , 0 0 G Cheeso, ditto ? O'O 7 ,, 0 (10 9 Ditto 2nd nnd inferior 0 0, 5 ? „ ' 0-' 0' G, Pigs, alive, ? 0 15 0. ,, 2 10,0 Calves, ditto ? 0- 5. 0 ?„ l5'0 flidos, each ?.- ? ,. 0 10,0, ,,,,'1 0 o' Calfskins. each ? 0 1.3-,;' 'O-'l- C* Tallftw, por ton ..'..22 ,0, 0, „'_ 26 '0 0 Maize, por bushol.. .'. '0 -5 v ,„ ' 0 G 0 'Wheat, por \iushol .. '0 C 9j ,, 0'67l0 Bnrloy, (English) :. 0 4'0 „ 0 4 6 Ditto;'(Caix)) ditto .. 0 '4 0. „ 0 4 G Oats, ditto ? , 0 4' 0 J* '0 4'6 Hay (oaten) por ton.. 8 0 0, „ '10 'O-, 0 Ditto (lucerno) ditto.. 7 0 0 „ 8 0 -) Potatoos ditto ? ' 4 0-0 „ 5 0 0 3?owls, por pair ....'0 2 0 ,, 0 3 0 Ducks, ditto.' ? ' 0 3 0 „' 0 8 G Geoso, ditto ? 0S0 „ 0 60 Turkeys, ditto ? 0 o 0 ,...

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Commercial Intelligence. Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

C««sara!«R'cass! Eaate3flfijsf«Ha-Ee. Messrs. JF&cnJay and C« 'ft Blcyort. Pat Cattlo.— Theio was fullv a. wook's supply forward on Wednesday. Thohi»»t pens bioughl an advance of 10* por head on tho snlo* of pio Tious two weoks, and tho competition much 'brisk'ov. Wo sold 10 pens of from medium to pood qualitv bullocks on account of Messrs. Bniigery ond Cropper, 1st and 2nd pons at £(i ; 3rd, £5 10s ; 4lh pen at £6 ; oth pon at £5 1 J* : -ith pen at £6, nnd 33 young flcaliv steers at £3 12s *nd £3 lGs. , There is now a firm inaikot for icattlo of good quality, which run woilh from ISs to 2tSs por 100 lb? ; second qualify 10s to 17s Od. Stioro Cattlo. — Very fow in tho yards on Wed nesday. Condition low. A fair dosciiption of sstoro cows in draft's of 100 und ovor aio in good demasd^and w-mld roaliso from 25s to 30s : iii fttriornro worth in tho market froni.2Ss.t6 17s Od Lute quotations will apply to mixod cattle nttho yards. ' ' I?ot Sheop.— Thcso that worn offered on Wed n...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, 12TH MAY, 1882. (BEFORE Messrs. Bico, Tate, Boxsell, and Stewart, Js.P. Simon M'Donald v. Alexander Buchanan. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

IBISTBKDT ISB3WS. 9Sr--tift'Ial--ii Creels. nrnott a couitEsi'Oxur.XT.] COUKT OP PETTY SESSIONS. Fmd.vy, 12th May, 18S2. (Bei'oke Mossrs. Bico, Tato, Boxsoll, and Stewart, Js.P. Simon M'Donald v. Aloxandor Buchanan. This was tin action to recovor tho sum of il 10s Sd, boing tho valuo of 2 bags of corn shipped at Broughton Cicok f or.: ICiaina, on tho 8th Fobruaij last:''*' ^ Simon ! M'Donald, boingduly sworn, slated : On tho 8th February last I shipped twolvo bags of corn, which woro consigned toMr. Reid, of ICiama, and a short timo aftor this I was informed by Mr. Roid that ho had only rocoived olovon bags, for which I was paid by Mr. Roid (copy of manifest produced) ; tho bags -woro all branded with my brand, and tomo of tho corn dolivotod to Mr. Roid was not what I sent, and tho hags woro loss in woight, and consequently I consider I lost two bags. Alexander Buchanan, boingduly 3\vorn, stated: I admit having received twolvo bags of corn from tho plaintiff ; and on his informing- ...

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NUMBA v. NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Numba. v.1'Nowba'.' The abovonamod. clubs mot on tho 'Recreation Ground, Nowra, on Satuiday last, for tho deciding match ? o£ ' tho ? season — both clubs laving each won one match — when Nowra again proved victorious. In tho first innings of Nowra a total of 09 was put togothor boforo tho last wiclcot foil, Mossrs. P. tvonnody and G. Moguiro playing well for 22 and 16 rospoctivoly. Numba scorod 51 in thoir first innings, Mossrs. M. Thomson and S. Richardson displaying somo good crickol. Whon time was called — it having bnou arranged to draw tho stumps at j p.m. — Nowra had eight wicbots down for 41 runs ; tho match was, thoroforo, docidod by tho first innings, Nowra winning by 8 runs. Wo hayo no snuco for tho full scoros in this issuo, but will publish them in our noxt.

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Traveller. THE HABITANT OF LOWER CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

traveller. THE HABITANT OF LOWEE CANADA. Tns people of Lower Canada livo muoh in the simplo fashion of their forefathers who early Bottled tho country. An interesting desorip tion of them is contributed to tho Atlantic Monthly, from whioh wo mako an extraot. Tliero is much to bo admired in tho life and habits of theso people, asido from their ad horenoo to tobacco and liquor, although in their uso of that thoy aro examples of tem perance when compared with tho fast-going American: . 'The habitant is a model of thrift. Ho grows his own tobacco, makes his own 'beef moccasins, and manufactures his own whisky. His wife spins the wool out of whioh is mado Vctouffc -hi pays, a kind of frieze, in which ho clothes himself. His house is a picture of neat ness. Tho outsido is whitewashed at least twico a year ; tho inside is swept and garnished until it is as bright as a now pin.' The floor of pine boards is scrubbed and sanded overy day. Tho walls aro hung with pictures, some what gaudy as t...

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Original Correspondence. Political Wirepullers. To my Fellow-Electors of Shoalhaven. PER FAVOUR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Original CorreHj»«imlence. Political Wirepullers. To my ft'eHow-KIcctors of Shonl liaveit. Pint Favouh op tub Siioai.iiavkx Tkmmirapii. Sir, — I ombraco tho opportunity, which your widoly circulated jonrnal gives of imparting information, to rolnto tho humiliating position in which I am placod as nu oloctor. Aflor each oloction 1 nm painfully conscious of having boon mado tho tool of a fow, although at tho timo of excitement, through various influoncos, my judgment, becoming warpod, I -am undor tho dolusion of boine wholly, uninfluoncod. After tho contest, whon tho object is nltuinod — my vote— I find that I hayo boon cnrofully nursed. At ono linio I find my jealousy was aroused by a simplo romark of ono who is a wiropullor, at another timo 1 find my religious prejudices ; in short, I was kopt warm— I found that I had boon systematically 'worked.' I booamo, insonsibly, part of a ' ring, ' and nctod and revolved without knowing it, as tho ring dictated. I was oxpeotod to show ns much...

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

COMEDONES! The black points, fleshworms,, or comedones, which are found in the face, and especially near tho nostrils, are not at all produced by the accumulation of tho particles of dirt or dust, as has generally boon believed, but by pigmentary matter which is solublo in acids. It is known, in fact, that black comedones which accompany acne often appear not only on persons exposed to dust or rather careless of their person, but also on ohlorotio young girls who live in good circumstances. Besides, observation shows that tho discoloration not only exists, on tho surface of old comedones, but descends always to tho lower parts. Accepting this faot, Unna has used success fully acids in tho treatment of comedones. He generally prescribes: Kaolin, i parts; glycerine, 3 parts ; acetic acid, 2 parts, with or without the addition of a small quantity of soino ethereal oil. With this pomade ho covers tho parts affected in the evening, and if need bo during the day. After several days all th...

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

APPEAL COURT. This Com I was hold to hoar appeals against tbo asscrasmont of ratablo propei ty within tho municipality of Broughtou'Vale. Mr. Thomas Boyce, Council Clerk, represented tho council on behalf of tho Mayor. Dlugh Boyd appealed against tho valuation placed upon his pioporty of 121 acics. — Erwin, ono of tho valuators, being sworn, stated : Ho and John Clark valued tho appel lant's proporty about a month ago, and consi dered it worth nu annual lentiil of ] ,s per acre. John Clnrlt, being called, stated: Die worked in conjunction with Mr. Erwin, and assisted in valuing tho;»ppol]ant's property, and considered it had not been valued too high. Ilugh Boyd, appellant, slated : He nppailod against tho value placed upon his proporty, as ho considered tho amount too high, as somo of tho land was bush and vory thick scrub, and cai ried no gi ass. John Gray, called for tho appellant, stated : I know thi) properly referred to, well ; ono poi tion of tho property T consider worth abou...

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A SENSIBLE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

A SENSIBLE GIRL. . ^ nv o. A. o.' \ -.'?'': ','?? :; .;. ??'. : ;' Ho was rich, ho was gallant, and brimfull of Tito',- -i : Aiid.ho came to tho village to pick but ii' wifo:' :'-;':;. From tho bevy of girls ho'd often mot tlidro— -?: :.v -; Tho short and tho tall, tho diirk and tho fnu-. .-; , :, Ho mn'do up his masculine mind from the start, ';'' And ho ossnyed to play that most difficult jrart,'!'':' A suitor not suited, nmidst tho gay whirl, .-? ':0 ;: To wed with no ono but a sensible1 girl. ;-.v:,; ..':,;; Ho said naught of mero prettiness, moro stylo or arrtco : : . -'? ?.. ???:' '? '-j '??' Tho beauty of form or tho beauty of face ;'.;:; ?:. ', And tho consequence was, I am told by a friend, Each pretty young lassio wns at her wit.V rind.. \ ;?' Somo could waltz to porfection, some ? sirig.i and somo flirt, ']??', ?.-??''.?'-'. Somo could got up a toilot or rufllo a skirtj, .;'?'?;?..' Others thought that truo art was to crimp 'aricl to But fow know tho role of a' sonsiblo g...

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

.. IN; ROME. As we turn down the Condotti, exquisite jewols and Etruscan gold ornamonts- flash in Marchesini's window; farther on aro Pom pcian bronzes, porphyry lamps, and minaturo columns in giallo antico ; at ono door stands, surrounded by his delicate complexity of wares, an almond-eyed Japannese, whoso dulcet flatteries will melt every lira in your purse ; at another, a orimson-turbaned Turk, solemn and serene as one of the Immortals, acainst a baekaround of rich embroiderec cashmeres, which ho will sell with a breaking heart at thrice their value ; then comes antique laces, woven by Venetian fingers that turned to dust two hundred years ago, and tho equally exquisite webs of to-day; majolica plaques and vases which Maestro Giorgio may have painted, and tho beautiful reproductions of Ginnori; priestly cassocks, gold-embroidered, the spoils of monasteries and churches, old tapestry, and all sorts of bewildering rubbish ; water-color drawings of bits from the Campagna, of ruined ...

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RECIPES. FRENCH WOMEN'S PETTICOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

;;;r:E,c;ie;e,s. ;; ':'.': :''FnEtfbn women's 'tetiicoats. f One: thing must bo accorded to. French Avomen^they. dress for a_ purposo, and to suit every occasion.' You will never see aParis ierino'ihix up two opochs in her toilet. I havo ;6ften .') noticed English women oharmingly .dressed, whoso whole appearance was spoiled by. a : trinket or a bow. of ribbon that marred the harmony of their appearance. It takes so little to strike a false note — gloves of tho wrong, color, badly made boots, or (the greatest reproach to make to our fair English sistors).«jiHiaiu'ate jiiponnagc. The set of 'tho nettieoat and skirt is half tho battlo. Watoh' the littlo French ouvricre as slid trips along on a rainy day, holding up her shabby but well-fitting gown with inimitable grace. Her short, neat jupon has just tho right sot and length ; the tightly-drawn stocking and neat littlo boots will como home, after her day's walk,, without a spook on them. — Lucy Hooper's Letter. ?Roast Habe on Ramit. —...

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Bousebol[?]. CONCERNING HOUSEHOLD SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 18 May 1882

Ifoouoefoolb. CONCERNING HOUSEHOLD SERVICE. lit JURY WAOEH-PISIIlill Thoro aro cortain sorts of household sor vico in Rural Now York for whioh it is next to impossible to proeuro proper persons. For instance, if I wish my table sot for a Biuall dinnor party, flowers arranged, closets and rooms put in my required order, my child's health intelligently looked after during my absonco of a day or a week, the mending of clothes, tho temperature and ventilation of rooms justly attended to, and tlio thousand and ono things connected with housekeeping thalroquii-o good oommon sense, taste and intelligence, I should not know whither to turn to find such a person male or female. There aro hundreds of women, in ill health or burdened with tho oaro and wants of_ a largo family, to whom such help would bo in valuablo and for which service they would gladly pay wages ranging from 5s. to £1 per week, and still for this demand thoro is no supply. Between mistress and coolc thero is a gap so difficu...

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Household. RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

iijouscboit); RECIPES. How to Majie PuprunsirNT Dnors. — Tako a convoniont quality of dry granulated sugnr; plnco it in a pnn having a lip from which tho contonts may, bo poured or dropped; add a veiry littlo ,watpr,;just onough to mnko tho sugar . a.stiit pasto, two ounces of water to a pound of mjgar boing nbont tho right proportion ; Bet it over tho fire and allow it to nonrly boil, kooping it continually stirred ; it must not notunuycomcio aiun uou, uuimu.sLuuroiuuvtju from tho liro just ns tho bubblos denoting tho boiling point is reached begin to rise Allow tho simp to cool a littlo, stirring nil the time ; add strong essence of peporment to suit tho taste, nnd drop on tins, or Bhoutn of smooth white paper. Tho dropping is performed by tilting tho vessel slightly, so that tho contents will slowly run out, nnd with a smnll picco of stiff wive the drops may bo ftlrokcd oft on to tho tins or paper. They should thon bo kopl in a warm placo for a fow hours to dry. If desired a litt...

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THE LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

? ~ ? TfT ? THELIGHTS.; ;; ? I sco iu tho forest cororts.. ?? ' ??: :'??'? : Tho fllicen of HliinimoriiiB lights J— : Tlmy, glonm from tlio dusky slmdowB, . ^ : Thoy ilnsli from tho ghostly holghts : . ; No lights of tho tranquil homestead, Or tlio hostel warm . nro thoy,: — But waning ilamcs of tho Titan f'iro , ? ^ Which stormed through tho woods to-dnv. ' Ench durtfl with nn nimless xmssion, ???? Ov Kinks into lurid rest,— Liko tho crest of a wounded serpout drooped On tho Bcnlcs of its treacherous brenst I Lot them idly dart nnd 'quiver, — , Or sink into lurid rest,— Abovo, liko a child-sniut'u fnco in Honvon, . .Thorn's n solo sweet Star i' th' West ;— Ah I slowly tho enrth-lights wi'thor,— lint tho stnv, liko n tinintly fnco, Shinos on with tho stcndfnst strength of lovo, Iu its God-appoiutcd plnco V .*'..? ;. . ? 1'auij II. Havne.

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MONKEYS AND LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

MONKEYS AND LIGHT. :.? ?' '. It is a strange fact that in night-timo an unknown sound will scaro monkeys almost out of their wits. Tho crenking of a wheel barrow, n whisper, tho rustling of it; window curtain; is enough to throw them into a fit of horrified screams and contortions; capuchin monkoys rush wildly through their cage, mac aques try to forco thoir prison-doors, tho littlo marmosets huddlo together hko tho princes in tho Tower, all about a matter thoy would disdain to notice in. daytime. Tho old males of the anthropoid- apos are about as hard to scaro as any living creature, but after dark the voriest triflo will inspire them with nn nlmost supernatural fenr ; nnd it mny bo a mere fnncy, 'jut I onnnot got rid of tho notion that this night-horror of our hirsute relatives must bo tho origin of tho spectrc droad of savago nations, and indirectly, per haps, of mcdimvnl domonism nnd modern spiritualism, — ,' ghost-mongery,' ns tho sceptical Germans call it. Monkoys nro not very...

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Nature. HOW SPIDERS FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

IMatuve. HOW SPIDEHS FLY. ? ' DY l'HOFE8S0n O. A.^VOUNO. I was vory much interested a fow days ago, in hearing a friend givo an account of a man uscript Bho had soon, which was written by Jonathan Edwards whon nino years old. It was an account ot tho behavior ot certain small Now England spidors, tho manner. they fiy through tho air, nnd tho way to sco thorn best, by golting into tho edge ol a snauow, and looking toward the sun. It is neatly and carefully written, and illustrated by liltlo drawings, vory nicely dono. Tho philosophical tendencies ot tho young writor already appear, for his conclusion as to the ' final causo' of spidors and their Hying is this : tho little animals aro scavongors, and since, in Now England, tho prevailing winds are west, they aro carried to tho sea in their flight with whntovcr filth thoy have consumed, and no land is oloansed. Every ono knows how, in sunny weather, tho littlo creatures, standing on their heads, project from their spinnerets fino filam...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. GARDENING ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

3g:-V-^:'aorfcttltuyc; STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. GARDENING ON THE FARM. BV AN OLD COLONIST. In a preceding papor roferonco waa mado to tho bonofltn whioh accompany gardening from tlio outeot of BOttlomont. Tho subjcot was not oponod in any maro Bpcculntivo or : thooretionl mood, but with a rnthor oxtonsivo knowlodgo of tho ninny diflloultics which havo ' to bo encountered by tho oconpior of now land.' Those diflioultioa includo fencing, . without whioh, gnrdenmg is moro of a Borrow than oithor a iiloasuro or sourco of profit. Tho usual run of ndvioo givon to ocoupiors of how land is, not to placo all tho ogga in ono baskot; but to vary tho work of occupation . and tho article:! produced ns much as possible. ? 'This is followed by recommendations to grow 'many crops, to keep cuttle, sheep, horses, and poultry. Occasionally bees and pigeons nro 'reoommondod as boing nico to havo around a ? placo, 'and likely to bo profitable. Against nono of thoso 'eggH' for the colonial farming -bask...

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Poetry. THE GRAVE OF HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Ipoetj:^. THE GRAVE OF HOME. 0 Gravo, how still thou art ! No sigh is heard in thco i ? No groan, Ko liolplosa heart Aches thoro with minorv. Team f nil not Ml tile night, 0 gravo, in thco. , ? O OTttTO, llOW SftfO tllOU (irt 1 By thia low, peaceful shoro, Who/o music soothes tho heart ' Liko lnothor-hymns of yore. Fours, troubles, sloop in thco, O gravo, no moro. O gravo, strotch forth tliina nrms; Opon thy faithful .broast, . Anil gnthor tondorly Tho desolnto to rest. Hopo (lend, to slcop in thoo, 0 grnvo, wero best. 0 cnivo, thou art tho gnto, ' ' Tho flowor-wroathed atAn of Homo J By theo tho fnithful irnit, . Until their choRon como. Shut me no longer out, 0 grnvo, from homo.

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