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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

??liOCAIi SWTEIiffjUREWCJE. A. & H. Association. — Tho ballot cominittoo of the A. & II. Association mot at Mr. M'Arthur's residonco, last Monday afternoon, whori the ballots woro oxaminad. It was found that 237 votes had boon recorded, of which only 99 were in favour of freehold as against leaso 1 hold. Tho decision, if tho vote can bo said to havo been a legitimate ono, was iu favour of a leasehold around at Torrara by 59 votos. All tho votes wcro in but 3. ROAD FHOM BURltlER TO BltOWN'S AT SAIT WATEii Okemc— The peoplo of Burrier should move in tho matter of getting a spocial grant for tho formation of, a proper road between tho points named. Tho road trustees have dono much/with such monoj' as has boon placed to their credit, but a spocial grant should bo pro cured for tho formation of tho road from tho liver bank opposilo Lumsdon's farm to Brown's. ?A requisition through tho member, who will .bo in tho district noxt weok,-may havo tho desired effect., 'Tnu CoM.M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

IIoi.t,o way's Oistmest axd Pills.— Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and .strictures are speedily relieved and ultimately removed by applying this Ointmont after formontntion with warm water. Pnrsons sulVoring from thoso scourges of tho human irn'mo should arrest their progross at once, for it is both insidious and rapid. Fistulas, if long allowed 'to go unchecked, not only weaken the norvous system but destroy life. Tho sooner thoso inestimable remodies aro used tho moro cortnin is .success, yot none nood despair ; hopeless cases havo Hkowiso yielded, and tho sulVorer boon snvd a painful death. In excoriations a fow applica tions of tliis healing Ointmont offcet a. euro, whilo the Pills, conjointly with it, aro rspociully boncficial in relaxing and romoving .?stricture's, whatovor thoir situation or duration, — Adv. The Man who Vends oi Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfeit ol! iv popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vends or imports to bo a perni...

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THEY DIDN'T LYNCH HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

inEii didn't lyscii nnt. i In tho pioneer days of Michigan a .hotsa thiof or murderer stood as good a ohahco'ol being run up to nlimb as one of those .charac ters does now in tho far West. Ono night, thirty venrs nco. a stranEor. who had not only stolen a horse, but shot ono of his. pur- suers, wns ovorhaulcd near DoWitt, Clinton . Co., and tnken to gaol. In half nn hour a' mob wns drummed up nnd proceeded to tho gnol to remove tho prisoner nnd hnrig him. Ono of the foremost was a lawyer named Green, dead long since. In fact ho led tho mob and acted as spokesman. Whon tho crowd reached the 'cooler' Green : stepped forward alono to demand the prisoner of the jailor, and after a conforonco Insting flvo minutes ho returned to tho mob and Enid I ,' Gentlemen, I at first boliovcd tho prisoner to' bo guilty, but now I havo my doubts about it. In fact, I firriily boliovo in his innocence.' 'How do you mako that out ?' yelled a dozen men. . ? ' Why, gentlemen, I at first supposed ho . was s...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

SSawaWssvesB 2?«D5se Court. At the Polico hold at Nowra on Saturday last, boforo Mossrs. John Glanvillo and Samuol Elyard, Js.P., Violet Griffiths, aged JG years, was charged with stealing, taking, and carrying away ono gold brooch, ono, gold ring, ono pnir of oariing.-f, one knifo, arid ono shilling, tho property of Aloxandor Lovott, of tho valuo of £1 Ids.' Const ablo Brayno deposed : I went to the houso of prisoner's fnthor at Torrara. yesterday, ac companied by tho prosecutor ; I called her and asked hor for the property stolon from Mr. Levott, ;i brooch, a ring, 'a pair of earrings, a knife, and a shilling ; she said, I havo not got. thorn ; I suid, go and got thorn ; she went into the hnuso ; hor niothov camo out and called Mr. Lovott, and ho went in, and I fol Ihwod him ; hor mother huudod to Mr. Lovelt, in prisoner's presence, a brooch and oarrings, which ho claimed as part of his stolen property ; I then asked her what sho had dono with tho gold ring; after a littlo timo, s...

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Chemical Manures. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Chciniciil manures. TnE following opinions of Prof. Grandoau, an eminent French sciontist, aro quoted with ap proval by Dr. Albert R. Lodoux, lately con ductor of tho N. 0. Experiment Station : — '1. Tho mineral theory of tho nutrition of plants, as developed by its illustrious author, Justus .Liobeg, is absolutely true. All of tho plant foods belong to tho inorganic world. '. '2. Tho .black substance, of dung and of humus is absorbed to any extent by plants. ' 3. Tho dootrino of humus, falso in tho inter pretation which hasboon givon it byits partisans, accords porfoctly wi(h tho minoral thoory whon tho facts aro fairly considered. Tho allianco of tho two dootrinos in tlio limits traced, oxplains, in a rational mannor, tho connected action of organio inattors and tho minoral principles of soils. ? -, '4. Tho bxclusivo doctrino, callod that of chomical manuros, is not tenable in prosonco of ?faots wliich havo boon cited. Applicablo to somo particular oasos, it can not bo followod by...

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DETESTABLE QUALITIES OF THE CIGARETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

. DETKSTABIiF. ('UAMTIKS OF Tllfi ClfiAltHfT'E. I ran ncross n cigarette f.iotory tho other day. Whow I I wouldn't.write — or, rather, you wouldn't dnro print whnt. I snw. Dirty butts of Cigars fresh from the filth of the mnddy streets nro tho cleanest nnd nicest of tho material used in compiling thoso precious roads to ruin. I came down town on a Madi son avonuo enr this ovoning, nnd on tho tail' end there woro three littlo chaps, tho eldest nbout 14. Each smoked a cigarette nnd spat his littlo lifo nwny. I ventured to ask if thoy. enjoyed tho odor. Thoy said thoy did. And Iho tnsto? Certainly. On inquiring I found thoy had n well-known brand of cigarette, noted for its ' opium soak' and its terrible smell when burning. Poor littlo devils. They c'nn't Inst long. Thoy'wero pnlo and sickly puny and offensive. What kind ot men will thoy make? Men? They're men already in llioir own eyes. They and a majority of our little lads are'f ull of the slang of tho day, up in till, tho catches a...

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The Australian Handbook. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

The AtEsiU-aSsjua MuiijIbneSi. We havo received from tho publishers, Mossrs. Goidou and Gotch, of London, Sydnoy, Mol bourno, and Brisbano, The Australian Handbook for 1SS2. Tho principal contents compriso such subjects as : Calendar of notable events in tho history 01 Australian Colonies and of tho mothor country ; mail calonuar ; JjnLisa customs, pos tal roguhilions, stamp duties, public amuse ment'!, Chamber of Commerce, London bankors, public offices, Courts or Law, Momborr- of both Houses of Parliament, Ministry, Officers of State, and 11 great variety of other information ; details of emigration to tho Australian colonies, including tho rate oi! wagox boing paid to all classes of workmon and artizans, and cost of provisions and houso rent ; land regulations at the dilferont colonies; tologinphio and postal arrangements between Great Britain, America, and tho colonies ; a history and doscriptivo account of Australasia, ami also o£ tho colonies of Now South Wales, Victoria, Sout...

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FOR THE FARMER. How to Make Superior Bitter. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

IFOTffi TmTS WAVZMlESt. Howto SffaEto SmiijerBOE'lSjuf^cii'. At the annual convontion of the Amnrican Dnirymoh's Association, Professor Lowis, an acknowledged nnthority upon rlniry mnttors, ?nwii} tho inllowinsr romtivlcs iipoij Tmttor makipp; : — Ho said ho had tried the clnen and shallow setting at rlifferont flop-reps ot tomporaturo, and had always olitainod tlio most; butter from shallow sotting, and tlio longest-kooping butter from cream raisod at a temperature abovo 55 dog. Fahrenheit. If sweot-croam rmttev was desired, aoid should not be allowed to r.ovelop before churning'. Ho regarded' butter mndo from swoot croani as possessing tho most delicious flavour, but loss buttor could bo obtained from tho samo quantity of milk, and it would lack the keeping, quality of butter mado from sonv milk. Of all tlio churns invented be claimed that there were none that could produce hotter buttor than tho ,'old-timo dashor churn,' provided it bo properly constructed. The mannor of churn in...

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Greenwell Point Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

SSi-ceinve!! IPrtaut Blegtittn. President: Mr. A M'Lonn, son. Vicoprosi dons : Mr. J. Kennedy, sou. Treasurer : Mr. R. Abordoen. Socrotary : Mr. H. Richardson. Committee : Messrs. Morri son, Gollan, Devlin, Nichols, Shore, Miii'tindalo, Hall, Monaghan, Armstrong, Robertson, Gordon. M'Lean, Frith, Captain Garde, Captain Bishop, Captain Brodio, and Captain Buchanan. YESTmvDAY looked dull and showery, and ?when tho Brisbimo (s.) started from Nowra at 8 a.m. thoro was but somo half-dozen passongors to tako their trip to tho roantta courso. About 9 o'clock, howover, there was indication of 'Queen's weather,' provorbial iu connoction with tho anniversary of our Sovoroign Lady. And though tho sun did not show out all the morning, the stoamer landed about 200 passon gors from Bomadorry, Boolong, Torrara, and Coolangatla. Bosidos those, a largo number camo in vehicles and boats, and by mid-day, notwithstanding tho ' loadon ' sky, and cheer less appearance of tho day, thero could not havo boo...

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Australian Eleven in England. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Australian Eleven In England. Loxdox, May 15. TnE Australian Cricketing Eleven commencod their first match in England 'to-day against an Eleven of Oxford University, at Oxford. Tho weather was beautifully fine. An immonso concourse assembled to witness tho game, which oxcitud the greatest .interest. Fine woathor having provailed^for somo timo past,' tho wicket was nvoiy, and consequently suited to the Australians. The homo team consisted of G. C. Harrison, M. C. Komp, 0. H. F. Loslio, 'E. Peato, G. E. Eobinson, W. A. Thornton, A. O. Whiting, Shaw, Walker, Godfrey, Hamilton, and M'Lachlan. Tho .captain of tho Oxford' team was unable fo play in consequence of illness. Murdoch -won the toss, and tho' Aus- tralians olectod to go in, sending Bannonnan and Massio ? to tho . wickots. Massio gave a splendid display o'f batting, and remained at tho wickets for several hours, despite numerous changes in tho bowling. Ho was badly 'missed by tho field when ho had only mado a fow runs. After thi...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

BMSTKicff isnaws. LFKO5C OUR. COUllESrONDENT.] C'amStcwai-i-a. It is with somo degree of pleasure that I noticed tho young men of Cainbowarra ofi'ort to form a society undor tho auspices of tho Cambewarra Mutual Improvement and Parliamentary Do bating Claas. Thoy proposo having a Manu script Magazine open to any porson who will generously contribute a triflo of interest, and in viow of which, solicit n holping hand from thoir neighbours of tho surrounding districts. AVod nosdoy ovoning,' 31st instant, thoy havo docidod to hold noxt mooting, and invite any willing to becomo mombors. Now that tho evonings aro long, and thp faculty of gotting to thoir fino hall comparatively easy, doubtless good mootings will-bo hold seeing that it is ono of tho best methods of promoting individual interest and success.

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The Garden Palace Fayre and Church of England Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

The Gtartlesi Palace Fayre anil Church of ESDigSancl Synod. The Synod of tho Church of England has- do clinod to pass an opinion upoa tho Gardon Palaco Fayro or upon any other fnyro. It 'has rofused to considor tho uso of fayros for churches oithor as an abstract question or with regard to tho Oldo Englyshe Fayro recently hold for tho benent ot . tho .North. Shore : churches. The Synod has sadly disappointed tho public in this, and has stultified, if satisfied, itsolf. Tho voico of tho Church of England as a body can only be obtained through tho Synod, for, unliko tho Churchmen of Rome, tho Anglicans decline to accept tho decision of thoir bishop of responsible head as conclusive upon such points as those. Thoy claim a right through thoir Synod to con sider and judge for thomsolvos, 'and from this Synod a propor consideration and honest judg ment of this case was naturally expected. Tho Synod condescended to wrangle, almost to fight, about it, to waste days , in discussing it, to po...

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Sketcher. FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Sketcbey. FOR LIFE. Eleven days on thoroad. iBy no means tho Union Pacific, or any other lino af continuous travel, whoro tho ? minimum of bourico and1 jerk is- combined with tho maximum of com fort possible under steady motion. A road still unknown to surveyor or engineer, boyond reach or thought of railroad-man or speculator and but just opening up its two hundred miles or moro of primeval forest. A road trodden only by Indians or crossed by stealthy fox or lynx, its length winding through treacherous unbroken forest,' only a 'blazo' hero and there indicating at somo points tho course to bo followed, and, whero loo obtrusivo trees were cut away, the stumps left standing at just tho right height for impaling wagon bodies nnd stirring up a degreo or two more of profanity in tho drivers. From Pembina to Crow Wing, and in those two hundred miles of loneliness only the traveller of that region can know what had not tho patient oxen undergone? Twelve miles, tho average day's accomplishm...

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Novelist. GRIT. A Story of the Post and Present; of Ordinary men and Ordinary things, in Ordinary language. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

IWbveHst. . GRIT. A Story of tho Past and Prosont; of Ordi nary men and Ordinary things, in Ordi nary languago. BY DONALD. CAMERON. AUTHOK Off 'UI TltE HOLDS OF THB SBIirENT,' ' btlvbhwater bend,' bto. ' Bo «uro thy sin will find thco out.' It is n beautiful belief: .That OTor round our head Aro hovering on nngol wings, .' . Tho spirits of tho dead.; . .CHAPTER XII.— (OONIINDED.) ? ?, ? ''.Yes,' he I Said, in a low tone; 'it will bo clangorous. If that. Bide prop isn't strong ' - wlien tho big one's gono, nothing can keep - tha.stono up. Beo how it's craoked bvery .?whorc.' ; . 'You don't liko Jack,' said Snicker Snig gles, quiotly. 'I lovo all men, ag becomes a changed man,' said Obadiah, santontiouely. ' I havo had oauEO to hate him, and my nature has ? striven - with it ; but I havo wrostled with it '.and become tho victor. Amen.' * 'Yet,?1 continued Sniggles, 'ho has done '? much wrong to you. But for him you would havo converted and married that pretty girls Bertha White. You a...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

fr5~ Meetings' to be BSeBil. Good Tomplar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, May 25, 1SS2, at 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Sllnwarra. Steam & irrigation Company. TJMJ3 TAHLM. - FramSytaoy. { E™^r ^y,^,,,! Friday Ji'iom Gireirvvoll j Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point; . I 8 a.m. FARES : 'Cabin, SOs;' Btctiuu (Cnltin), 3-ISn; S4eci-«Ke, 19h -t-l. , 33. MANNING, M.nnngor. KriKlish 8(M--tisIi and AiiM-rnli;ui €liailcie«l=B^aii!£. npiTH 1VURTN14SS «f tliin BANJC will, for tlio A i'utuvo bo cmirtirctcil in tho NKA\r PH13 MISESin Tiingliorn-slreot noxt MioTVcabytoriiin clmruli. ,H013T. FINLAYSON. Mnnngor. Nowra, I2fcli January;- 1881. Iel lajstgley,' CO3VC3VniSSIOKT AND PRODUCE AGEMT, TASMANfAXJAli &,? F/tUfT DEPOT, 02 SlJSSEX-STHUET, Y I) N E Y . f Ante Thome, ami Meiklejohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Bolwoon King and Market Streets, sydnev. HAWKEH MD VANCE, Commission Agents, 103, SUSSEX StWEET, SYDNEY. ~ ELLIS & COfflPAXTT, AJWAY. AUCTION PltO.DUCE DEPOT, VCtf, George-ilveet, South Sydnoy. -Cal4ie, Slsepy, ;uh«5 BKoi-hk fgaSeaimeia. ]Ps-««jM«l.e Auctioneers- sisid ? AkcbjIsi, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

To »ur Subscribers.. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tlio ..pro-; priotor, at tho offico of this paper. THE f taltora ®zfai\myht I'ltStlisJiost every Thursday SSoi-iiitig. ? ? THUIiSDAY, MAY 25, 1882.

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Weekly Calendar for May. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Weekly Calendar for May. PHASES 01' THE MOOX. .Full Moon ? 3rd, at 0.36 p.m. Last quarter .. 10th, at 10. 40 p.m. Now Moon .. 17th, at 5.37 p.m. - First quarter.. 25th, at 10.46 a.m. .17 r~C-— - Sun— — i I High water atShoal ?L-ATE|,-,.|., Rises. Sots. | haven Iloads. ? ? ~ n. m. n. if. a. ir. p. jr. ? , 23' ? 6, S3' .'5 0 IS '1 32 2(i 6 54 5 0 1 515 ?? 2 25' 27 ' 0 153 -1 6? 2 53 3 2-1 '28 B 53 ,4.30 3 55 4- 27 ' 29 (i 50 4 5S 4 38 0 29 , ? 30 0 56 4 08 6 0 0 26 31 G 57 4 58 6 52 7 10

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

MOIirilOMANIA. When physicians discovered that pain could bo subdued by inserting under. tho skin a small pointed instrument provided with a tubo containing morphia, thoy littlo thought that they woro paving tho way for a now vice. Yet so it was. Thnrn nrft. in' rtur tnnrrv England, beings who aro as wholly undor tho domination of morphia as. over Ohinoso wcro under that of opium. Women havo yielded by degrees to its fatal fascination, until at last thoy prick tho skin a dozen times a day with tho tiny syringe that has such torriblq results. Tho operation is almost painless,' tho immediato effects pleasant. A delicious languor supervenes. Happy thoughts and bright imaginations fill tho mind. Somo sco beautiful visions, othors fool only a pervading sensation of comfort and well-being. On a fow tho offect of morphia is to excite to somo tntollnnt.iifil nfTnrfc. if nffort ihnfc pnn lirt nnJlnd which is puro delight, a glorious fooling of untrammeled power or uncrippled oxercisa of tho ...

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Income of the See of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Income of the Sec of Sydney. The i ollowins; Toport of tho Soleot Committoo on tho Incomo of tho Reo of Svdnev was distributed among tho members of tho Church of England Synod rocentlv hold in Svdney:— ' Incomo Available. — Your committee havo to report that the' amount at present available for tho annual income of tho See of Sydnoy is £1950, togothor with, the?, residence known as Bishopscourt, vvith 60 acros'of land. ' Sources.'— The above incomo arises , as follows : — 1st. Prom tho Bishopthorpo Estate, a not rental of £2230. 2nd. Prom tho Moore Bank Estate, Liverpool, a rental of £200, arid from tho same estate some £20 for sale of fire wood, making a total of £2do0. Prom ' this- howevor, in accordance with the Act 37 Vic, 18th May, 1874, there will bo an annual deduc tion of £500 for aporiod.of five 'years, dating from April 6th of tho current year, as the dato of tho Bishop's dbath. Thus the amo'uut above mentioned, viz., £1950, is, for five years hence, all that can be regard...

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