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PRICES IN OLD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

imTflHH itt'nijn times'. . The North Pennsylvania Kailroad will carry passongcrs now from Philadelphia to Dothlchem in two hours, and comfortaWy ! but that Booms a small atonement for tho audacity of having pulled down tho old Crown Inn to mnko room for thoir fino union depot. Hub old inn was tho first winch tho Moravinns built. It was separated by tho Lohigh Itivor [rom their settlement — it being thoir invar idblo custom to build inna at n distnnco from their towns, ' to keep thoir peoplo frco from contact with Iho world, nnd to avoid as much as possibio tho prying ouriosity of travollor.i.' On n pnncl of its double-door wns painted tho crown of ono of - thoso -good frionds of America, tho royal English Georges, and in the bar-room hung tho inn'fl license, granted in 17'10 — ' in tho thirty-third year of tho reign of tho sovereign Lord George the Second, by tho Grnco of God, King of Gront Britain, Frnnco, Ireland,' etc. Living was cheap at tho inn: ' Brcakfant with tea or coffee, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Church of England Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

Church of England Synod. This body commonced its sittings on Tuesday. Proceedings woro commoncod by the Dean, who referred in warmost terms to tho many excel lencies, privato and public, of tho lato Bishop Barker. He also reforrod to tho special busi ness of tho Session, viz., tho appointment of a - successor. Arohdoacon King moved tho follow ing resolution : ' Tho Svnod of the Diocese of Sydney having learned with unfeigned sorrow that it has pleased Almighty God, in His Divino providence, to take to Himsolf the 1 revered and bolovod Bishop of this diocose. do sires to place upon record a briof but heartfelt declaration of their sonso of tho greatness of tho loss thus sustained. Tho eminent personal qualities which fitted tho lato Bishop for tho high office— his long experience of the capa bilities and necessities of tho Church in this land, experience extonding over a quarter of a century — the wisdom, tho urbanity, and tho courtesy with which he took his part iu the do liberation...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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HOW CHEAPLY ONE CAN LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

IIOW CIISAl'LY OXE CAS tlVJi. Buead, after all, is tho cheapest diet one, can livo on, and also tho best. A story is-, told tliat shows just how cheap a man can live, whon he gets 'down to mush,' figura tively and literally speaking. Colonel Fitz gibbon was, many years ago, Colonial Agent lib .uuuuuti lur tiiu utumuiuu vjuvurumum-, turn was wholly dependent upon remittances from Canada for his support. On ono Occasion thoso remittances failed to arrive, and as thorp was no cable in those days, ho was com pelled to writo to his Canadian frionds to know tho reason of tho delay; Meanwhile he hnd just ono, sovereign to livo upon. Ho found that ho could live upon sixpence por day, or about 12$ cents of American monoy — four pennyworths of bread, ono pennyworth of milk, nnd ono pennyworth of sugar. He mndo pudding of some of the bread and sugar, which served for breakfast, dinner and supper, the milk being reserved for tho last meal. When his remittances arrived about a month afterward, h...

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

???'?'?'? CHINESE TK5tM.ES. Wb went first to Honam, tho largest teinplo in Cnntpn. . Having lived three years in Jnpnn wo naturally compared tho Buddhist, temples' herb with thoBO in Japan. In Jnpnn, when ono enters a templo, Bud dhist or Shintoo, ho first removes his boots, and then goes in Btockiug-feot over lacquered walks nnd floors polished hko ? mirrors, so clean thnt a enmbric hnndkerohiof could not bo soiled if used as n duster upon them. Hero wo entered with muddy boots, for it wns raining at tho timo, into filthy courts nnd temples, whero wo hnd to drive out of our way chickens, dogs, and ovon hogs. ' In this templo aro loft twelvo sacred hogs, which looked liko any other hogs, except thnt thoy woro older and fatter. The gods at tho gates and tho gilt images *f Buddha woro very muoh larger than thoso of Japan ; the prin-. oipal other difforonce was tho stench and tho filth.— Detroit Free Press.

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

WANTED a fynt/class BUGGY BODY MAKER. %f\t*t loGEOllGE THOM SON, Xowi a. May/7, i8S2. 'Tftr ANTED, an a/tif qJU^SC J. GEBBN, W Nowra. n/\ *^ ON and aEtor this data any CATTLE found* TRESPASSING ou 'Wollomia Run wiU bo impounded. / a / Jj S~h^- s. rowe. IStli July, 18S1. 7 / MujtSee 1« SHiSniiej1**. J']'NTIL'f nvlh'or' notice tho Brisbane stonmor ' -U will leave Toti/raAat8 a.m'., and Boma dorry at 1 1 a.m. GveqTBttSJJA 5T for Greonwoll Point -L/ U The steamer Broutthton wll loavo Torrrira lit 10 a.m. ovory MONDA Y for Broughton Crook, und lpnvo Broughton Crook at 12 o'clook noon on TUESDAY for Gicenwoll Point. A. BU0U.'.NAN, Afjont and MiiSter. , , l^«ilicc iv- JtBf.c Bo«!«!li«. Is rpilE Undersigned bo;c Id inform thoir Ous- - J. tomoi'R and tho Publio generally that, until furthor notieo, thoir prieos will bo as fol lows : — I Primo Joints . ././.M ? 3 jd Stoak ? .?//?# ? '?'????' !i4lV Joints ? U./Sr. ? ?. . . 3d Corn1 Bcof, BtVfhs and ovor ? 2M Hind Qunrlol' Mutton ? *? 4(1 Fore ...

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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

S-stit8i Cfl'.wt JststS 'West. Cnntilen.'Co o-l-es &tivv Coinitin) (HjimUod). Syijkei* M.uufi'.T Pjsiors. Below wo givo general quotations. £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, per lb.. 0 1 8 to 0 1!) Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 1 3 „ 0 1 (5 Bncon, ditto ? 0 0 7 „ 0 0 8 Ditto heavy and lough 0 0 '1 ,, 0 0 0 Ohceso, ditto ? \0 OS,, 0 0 9 Ditto 2nd and inforior. 0 \0, a ,,000 Pigs, ? C- O^O'-'S „ 0 0 5 Calvos, ditto ....'.'.. OM 0 ,,,10 0 Hidos, each ? 0 8 0 „ 0 16 0 Calfskins, each ? 0 , 1 3 „ 0 1 C Tallow, per ton ? 22 0 0 „ 28 0 0 Mnrzo.porbushol ? 0 3 0 „ 0 G 0 Wheat, por bushol .. 0 5 (5 „ 0 0 0 Barley, (English) ..043 „ 0 4 fG Ditto, (Capo) ditto .. 0 4 3 „ 0 4- fi Oats, ditto ? 0 4 0 ,, 0.4 G TIa\-(oaton)perton.. 8 10 0 „ 10 10 0 Ditto (lucorno) ditto.. S 0 0 ,,10 0 o Potatoes ditto ? . . 4 0 0 „ u 0 0 Fowls, per pair .... 0 2,G „ '0-3 6 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 0 ,, 0 4 0 Gcoso, ditto ? 0 8 0 ,, 0 G C Turkoys, ditto ? 0 3 0 „ - 0 10 0 Eggs, por dozen ? 0 19 ,,'0 2 0 Commercial Stoics,...

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Highway Robbery near Appi[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

BHSshway R«8-5tery neair .ftppira. Ox '. Snhmlay oyoninK last, a robbery, such us liappily is of urnre character within or near tho Coast districts ' was -committed on tho main 'road a fow hundred yard? on tlio Cainpbolltown side -of Appin. x\.s tho Wollongorig JFail Couch ?was comiiur ; alonpr about 0 .o'clock on tho night referred -to, tho mailman (Williun-Boylau) and snroral pa&sengers hward a man on tho wost side of tho road calling out very excitedly for assistuiico. It. not being unusual siuco the ? ? ?waterworks have boon in progress for inebriated individuals, to bo about the load between Appin and Cainpbolltown, especially on 'pay day' ; pves, such as Mr. Boylan knew tho day i:i o,ues tion to bo, ho wus inclined to take no notice of tho circumstanco. Hearing tho man call out in ,.-. dosporatioii, however, that ho hud boon robbed ? ? and. was tied to tlio fence, Boylan ami two or threo of tho passongors went to soo if his stato . . mpnt Was truo, taking, one of tho c...

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The Presbyterian Church Sustemation Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

[?] TltE Eeport of- this important Fr.nd, for ISSlr has bosn published in a pamphlet of 21 pages, and wo tako the opportunity of making public throughout the colony somo of its most salionfr points. The more tho sclioino'fs 'known 'tho- bet- tor it will bo supported. xt wiu not oo iorgotcoi-r oy readors that tnei Fund is only a year old. .It could noil bo oxpoctod that in twolvo months it would roach1 a position of perfection. This plan of supporting ordinances was now to many of tlio congrega tions. Tho congregations, in somo casos, oxtond' ovor wido arears, and a staff of collectors could not bb socured in a day and set to work in thofr ro&pectiyo districts, llioro wore- thus many difficulties in the way of success to tho sehomo. It will not bo matter oi surmise**, to ttnv at; loast of an observant turn of mind, that all the rosults that could bo wished hnvo not yot been realised'. In somo rospocts tho most feangnine expectations* havo boon oxcooded, whilo, in other- respe...

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

M'ffSCBJfljEiAIffJBflJiaJS. Germany. — Tho Einporor William has ad dressed a letter to tho Iinporial Chancellor expressing his inmost and sincercst thanks to all and ovory ono for tho touching proofs of lovo and fidelity rocoived by him on tho occasion of his birthday. His Majesty adds' that this homage which proceeding from tho hearts of his subjects, has gono straight to his'own, has given him in antoring upon Ins SCth year fresh courago and confidence to undortako still furthor tho responsible duties of his position, and to dovoto, so long as God grunt3 him slrougth, unceasing sohcitudo to tho welfare and pros perity of his pooplo. — Homo nows. The AusTiiALiAK FjLEyjju- in Enolaxd.— ? On Friday last the Australian Elovon resumed thoir match with tho Sussox county' team, making a total of 643. Murdoch boing top 'scoror, and riot out, ' with 286. . Tho Sussox team took tho wickets on Saturday and woro turned out for a total of 215, which, -with 95 for thoir first innings, gavo a gr...

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

; mMecellaneous. The Lilian ov Womas. — A woman hns no nntural gift moro bowitchiug than a sweet laugh; It is like the sound of flutes on tho wator. It leaps from hor in a clear, sparkling rill, and Iho heart thnt henrs it feols ns if ibathod in tho cool, exhilarating spring, Havo you over pursued n fugitive through trees, led 'on by a fairy laugh — now there, now lost, now found?' Wo -havoi'and wo are pursuing that wandering voice to this uny. Sometimes it comos to us in tho midst of caro or sorrow or irksomo business, nnd thon wo turn nwny tho ovil spirit of mind. How muoh wo owe to ?thnt swcotlaughl It turns proso. to pootry; it 'brings sunshine to flowers, over, tho dark ness of tho wood in which we nro travelling j it touches with light ovon our sleep, which is no moro thnn tho imago of death, but is con sumed with drenms thnt aro. lhosshndows of ; immortnlityi . ' ^ ?. ? ? : . ..-???

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Commercial Intelligence. Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

CocsasEsep'^wiS H*.D.ie'f!!i-K-l-!'ae«. MIi'Vjis STijillii-a aitil C« 'm iTReyost. Fat Cattle.— On AVednosday wo sold on nnoint ot Mo'-i-. Hi'hviilo Viihin md Airliuir- aJnuUCO 1 - 1 1 ol bullock-, ot tmm light indplun lo nirdiuni copdiiiort-'l, atfion £1 to £.') IS/ 'Jhi ti uV ? id nnniQiiiim omsiilo mi- en were prepared (o give 20/- per 100 lbs foi goo 1 quality —pi in. ii .id .ccond ( i im bioi!,»ht from Hi/- to IS/ Fat ?'he op — Ii'no ~\ in1! 1 On' ''.cok Tho loril Dulpueis n up h \ 1 1 y -nm i 'uppi\ on naim A floe 1. of good q wlit\ would lo ih-Q an nd\ moo on 1 i'i quo! itions Pto U Shorp —Thru no TPiy few wolhois o*fli iiii.» in fno ip ukoL --nil iblc loi tho piddo l»s ?puces me fiunei lm be t (*ualit\ A\ o i-nld on W duod iv on k con it of Mi John Cai up\ , i 5 1 wotlm . otuuvd t ,-is -I -l and on account of ill P Buidheid 7d') n ,od owe, lambs, and cull whothers at from ii/; and on account of Mi A Oid\ '21 inr od ,it fiom 7/(- lo o// Wi- quod1 .rood co.i hlio- od (I uid S ...

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MAN WHO CAME HOME. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

-- ? : ? : MAN WHO GAME HOME. . : (CONTINUED.) Tho meek old woman in thognllory looked nt hor,, companion ; tho girl's faco . booamo moro. obstinate j Mr... Hunter only half listened. Suddenly thc.girl moved, bont for ward, nnd gazed nt tho opposite .'wall. What .did she boo ? Mr. Hunter also sennnod the .wall.' An illuminated text was designed liko a scroll on tho whito surface, 'Thy word oyos dilated, a smilo irradiated hor featuros, nnd sho nodded her head slightly. Evidently she had discovered somo clow, vainly sought before Tho organ breathed n subdued minor chord ; tho girl roso to hor foot, and sang the hymn in a full rich voico, vibrating with passion : ' 0 Thon wast crowned with thorns, that I might wear :..'??? A crown of glory fair ; Exceeding sorrowful, that I might ha ? . ? ? Exceeding glnd iii Thco ; Kojcctedand dospised, that I might stand Accojitcdn'ud completo nt Thy right hand.' . After tho servico Mr. Hunter f oigned interest in recovering his hat, thus allowing h...

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Cable Intelligence. London, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

-CnB»Ie l)i-*-jI!ii!Ufo«»c«. (From the SvOnni Vupcn.) London, May 15. Tho cub employed by tho assassins of Lord Frodorick Cavendish and Mr. Burko hns boon traced, and proves to havo boon an unlicensed vohiolo. May 10. Tn tlio TTouso of Commons last ovening Mr. Olndstono introduced a bill douling -with tlio ItlltllJ' »? lUlili \llllj fc»j -Illilll bblillliUI Jp * JLJ1U inpnsuro provides Hint tho lonnnfs slinll pay ono yonr's rout, (lint tho Slate shall givo another, and that tho In milords shall foreign tho bnlimco of arronrs. Such assistance is limited to rnrniR of £20 rontal, OrilRths' valuation, on tonnnlfi proving (lioir povoity, and tho duration of tho Act is to bo thrco years. May 18. Tho bill introduced by Mr. Olndstono for tho suspension of trial by ?jury m Irolaiid bus on oountorod strong opposition on tho part of tho Irish Judgos, who hava addressed a momorial to tho Govnrnniont protesting against thoproposals, and intiinalinjr their opinion thai, such a strin gent, moasmo ...

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

30Sn DILMN0S. The famed writer of tho Ynnkeo proverbs is now nbout CO in yonrs, nnd shows.. it. His hair, whioh i3 ns long nnd unkempt ns ever, is iron grny, and his stiff, drooping mustacho is fast changing to tho color of old age. . As ho grows older, ho seems to become moro and moro supremely regardless of persons, sur roundings or opinions. As ho greets one with n mnchinc-liko ' How do yo do,' or an inani mate ' Good day,' tho impression is convej-ed that ho hns arrived at tho state of lifo and prosperity where, ho dooms fate powarlcss to work any alteration for tho worse. Billings is essentially a man to himself, taciturn and unobstrUBivo everywhere. His royalty from Iho circulation of his 'Proverbs,' his .alma nacs nnd othor works swell his yearly income to about 55,000. Ho is now a willing, but not an attractivo lecturer; ins services m tnat field are small and wanting demand. From tho proceeds ot his labor ho has amassed a f or tuno of over $50,000. All this money appa rentl...

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

fmmoiuv ' (From Harper1! Monthly.) '- ' Smnll h.ijiitn well pursued betimes' May conch tlio dignity of crimos,' ' In other words, littlo boys who ncquire tho hnbit of pitohing pennies may grow up to bot on horses that do not win, or go vory 'short on Erio.' That gambling becomes ono of tho most invotorato of habits is freshly illustrated in an anecdote of nn intcniporata English attornoy, who having by .misrepre sentation borrowed a guinea from a brother membor of tho profession, mot tho latter com ing out of court, surrounded by witnesses, highly dated with a verdict he had just gained, wont up to him and said : ' I was in court, sir, when your causo was tried, and sincerely do I congratulate you on your success. I will not ask you to lend mo a sovereign ; but can you accommodate mo with ono?' To his astonishment tho victorious attorney took out of his pooket a purso crammed full of sovorcigns and gavo him ono, on condition that ho should never bot again, a promiso thnt was of cour...

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MOTH-SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

.MOTlI-'SOtcd. ?'.'' , 'What dost thoit Iiorc,'. ', Thou ! dusky .courtier, ? ' . Within tlio'iiiiiky palnco of tlio io ' Hero isnoliedfortlico,'; - '?-'?'; ? .'.Nolibiioyed'siiicory,— : ?';: i ? : ISut for tlio goldon lico, ;?;?.??' ? ,? . A'«l tliognywiiui, mulmo (?:,, ,) ? , : Its sweotiicss grows. :i Iiovor, thoti dost forget;, ' : . Seek thou tlio imsBioivflowor.' lUoom of one twilight hour, j ' , Ilnstc, thon nrt Into I ? Its hidden snvorn wnit. ' ??'? ' 1'or thco is amend ??'? 1 ?' Its soft, purplo coverlet i : ? Moth,.artthou sport ? .: —Dim ns a ghost ho flies : Through tho night mysteries.' : — Miss, Hviciiinbok.

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STORIES OF A CAT AND A HEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

StOniES Otf A C,tT AXD A llENi Mtta. A- W. Brooks, of Enst Eliot, in tho . Stato of Mnino, hns a ciit 18 years old, for ;whioh sho has boon vainly offered $60. This lenrncd pussy will stnnd up at tho wjord of command, bow slowly or quickly as dirootod, walk around tho room on hor hind legs only, dance, turn somersaults, go tnrougn tno motions of holding a jowsharp in her mouth with ono paw nnd playing on it with tho other, mow when ordered to speak, kiss her paw to visitors, hold a saucor of milk on her forelegs, nnd lap tho milk, and stand on hor hind foot, and with hor forepaws cntch bits of broad or meat thrown to her, like a base-bnll player. Her kitten, n year old, will turn somersaults. Tho Bnmo lndy has n hen which always wipes her feet on tho mat on entering tho house, nnd if nsked, ' How do you got your living, biddy?' will scrntch on tho floor, look to sco if. sho hns scratched out anything, and then look at the questioner to see if tho answor is correct. This hen despises...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Late Mr. Thomas Bain. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 25 May 1882

MISCELLANEOUS.     THE Late Mr. Thomas Bain. 'We extract the following from the Presbyterian   of the 13th May, having reference to the decease of a gentleman who was one of the old 'Land Marks ' in the Treasury Department of the Pub- lic Service of this colony. Mr. Bain was an uncle of Mr. Robert Finlayson, of the local   branoh of the E. S.& A. C. Bank :—   At the close of the morning sermon in St. Andrew's Church, on the 16th April, the Rev. Dr. Moore White thus referred to the loss the congregation had sustained in the removal by death of Mr. Thomas Bain. Thomas Bain enjoyed the advantage of a pious education in childhood. He was early admitted to full communion in the Church, and was for years a member of the Rev. Dr. Somerville's congregation in Glasgow, where he was a Sabbath-school teacher, and a regular attendant at tho week night service. He emigrated to this 'Colony some 33 years ago, and unlike many...

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THE WOLF AND THE PEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

':':?',?'? THE WOLF AND THE PEASANT. ' '.'/?.''.. ?':[::;~'# :ONE.day a peasant who was laboririgiri his. ;...;.;;;;'; -field, was surprised atroqeiving a visit'from '?'?.'''?''*.':$:i ?the. wolf, and he was about to rush, for hia,. ?-;??'. i'i' guri'wlion tho wolf called out: ' y- . :,';(i; v»'?:f :.,i-^'.Hold on, my friend, my visit is ono of ..;, :V;;';t*o ?peace. -I havo. comb' to havo a serious. talk :-'?? 5?;;.;; -withyou.'! ? ' '. ? ? ?? ? ?' ? -,-'? .'?.' ?-'.'.': 5?;:';',c ?,^-yf'Sut you killedone of my sheop.only last. ?-'??;X; -v; -veek,' ro'torted tho peasant. . ' -.^ '.?'.:';.;;,: 'W:''.So I did; and that is the vory matter I, . -; :--: ?'pneo-strioken over, sinco that-oyent,. and havo ?.??:.??'?' /:::;^i firmly decided to kill no more sheep.' v ' . r'.S''''?.''':? ;-\';Woll, I am glad to hear it, and-I hope you :'\i:-:-'''^i .Will stiok to your resolution;' !??;'?? .'?ii? '?-?'.Oh, I certainly shall, ami I hopo yq'u;will-'-'1.''-ii'-vSi5| .give me duo oredit for the fu...

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THE HARE AND THE FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

TOE HABE AND THE FISH. : .....:?: The hare and tho fish, having borrowed to- ''-.-.', ?Vji'.i-' bacco of each other for several months, and - ;'''' V; ?'???' agreeing_ perfectly well on politics,.set oiit^to ''- H:: - . make a journey together, and see tho sights of ? '?': '???'':. ':''? the world. They had not proceeded many '.?;;'.; miles when a wolf was discovered in pursuit. .'.?' '?'?'. ':? Tho hare at onco started off at the top of his . ? c; ?'?';?? speed, but the fish called out : .. . -'. '?'???? ': '..-? 'Do not leave mo thus — I cannot runl' ; ' V .. : 'Afish who cannot run has no business to . .' ' ~ maice a journey,' replied the haro, and away '.? ?''??' ?; ho flew to save his bacon. . . ?' ; -V:M' The fish hurried after as fast as possible, ' and both found themselves on the bank of a , river, while tho wolf was yet a furlong away. The fish at onco rolled into the water and ?('':. darted away, but tho haro shouted after him : .'' ' X^ 'Do not loavo me — I cannot swim 1...

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