ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 116,848 items from Shoalhaven Telegraph, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
116,848 results
MABSIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

MABSIE. A wholesome dread of prolixity, tempered by a not unnatural dosiro to seouro my read ers' immediate and undivided attention, im pels mo to speak out liko a man, and confess, without farther rosorvo or circumlocution, that this voracious chronicle is neither more nor loss than the record of as pretty a littlo lovo-affair as ever drew sigh from sympathotio bosom. Now, tho most interesting person age in a love-story is, beyond all controversy, its heroine. And the first duty incumbent uunn tho nurratnr nf Kllnli a stnrv i« flint nf describing his heroine in the most glowing language his pen can command. Well, my heroine's name is Mabsio. And, as a facetious young lady onco informed tho solcct but lim ited social circlo in which I have tho honour to revolve, Mabsie is ' the short for Mab.' This last announcement may scorn trivial to tho unobsorvant, but it is not so ; for it gives mo tho opportunity of explaining that my pretty Mabsio was really named after the famous little pot...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

SSSrC ; ?? Novelist. .' ' ^!tii-.GRlT. '.. ?'?? '^?r:1'^-^ Story of tlio past ami prosontr of ordi i^; K^jrffr'^nory ;mbn and ordinary tilings, in ordi .-XYvV/r.^Aiitirsrliuiguogo, '? ' 'XHZS-fei''''' Bo. suro thy sin will find thoo out.1' :'.-''/??? v:fi;|i:5;i.-v;BY,/DONALD CAMERON.,; '?. :;''iy -iJifKi *v;VAUTiiOh 6p ' in 'niE folds or ran beiu'KNt,'.' ij:::P '?£~-!''::'t':'~:' ' silveuwateii iiend,' bto.. y ? '?;?; Wi.^'^-Mis a beautiful belief:'.: , ??, ,» ???.:?' ~\-V -?-??' ?:'.|'4;i' ??''-vAiVv- -:That ovor round our- head .'? ': :*:':-. :i[ -v '.;fS'*i ?;.;^'i,i Arohovoring, on angol wings, ?': M . vi-., §Hv;;^,:v; Tho spirits of tho dead. , ,.:./.;,?-, y$jt? :;? -CHAPTER XIV.— (coNimnED), ' ' :V ?;':.;? All this time Bertha kept green tho;momory . -':?;'? of her early friendship for Jack. While in ''?_???: Sydney,. sho was ovor wondering what sort of '.-,.. a follow.. ho had become — whether ho was as : handsome and fascinating as of old. When ' sho- returned to Grit, sho ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry. MARY'S WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

|||f ; ipibetr^ :': ', '. : ^p^'faAKYJS WARD. ? ?:,:'(i;;.f My boy lay orndlbd for his lust, long sloop, 'km ,.:i .; On tha wliito pillow of his coffin-bod,' ??.-...;;ji ??-?Wifli roHa-l-u-lti Jii liis liiuul. 1 cnmo to woop '??':)?'..: Aliovo tho stricken ('lory of liis haul. ? rAnd, ' Oh I I onimnt luwo it no,' I cried. ? ' Como buck to mo from Hoiivon, my bulio, my ,:? ? . own I -??? .: ? ;. No Borrow rhcIi as mine tho wholo world wide Uim ovor neon I ' wns my uurensoning moan. .??''??'Aliovo mo, whoro I wont my precious child, Tho denr Mndommuliispcd licr infant Him ; And tlniB sho scorned to nay,— that Mury mild : '0 mother, loved I not thin littloono'? lot tlirougli n Iilo ol pain JL saw him go, . : ? ?? o . . Till on tho nrncl ci-obb I saw him dio I '.?.. '?.:?:;. . Do still nud think, is this, thy young heart's '-.;', ': '?'?'?-.?? ' ! woo, '..';.'.: . ?..?? Liko my plorccd soiil'n long pain nnil agony.?' ..:,? . ?' Such gonthr pity semnod her lins tii movo, — ?'.: ?{??-, ? ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE FARMER. The Farmer's Co-operative Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

,W-&U TTBHiS FAUpaEilS. [?] Mu. G. A. Pouter, wrilingStoXihe fflawarra Mercury, on the 22nd May, ways': — Silt, — Tlie first annual meeting of the Shareholders of the Co-op|rativo Company for tho oleclion of Directors, will tako placo at JCiama on the 3 1st inst, and, as I am the only person nominated for tho district north ot Jamberoo, I will not bo deemed officious u j. maice a lew comments on tno past caroor, present position, and future prospocts of tho Compairy. , Tho old sj'stem of sales was very unsatis factory to , tho f armors; they had no control over any part of the business, and the prices obtained for tho produce—was so miserably low that d airy' farming yreWeUfVbare sub sistonco to thoso who wereV engagod in it. The ' farmers have , not yet ^forgotten iho pitiful prices thoir butter and pigs sold at in the spring and summor months for a long sorios of years, butter being a drug at 3d to 5d, while in tlio first yoar of tho Company's existence with a superabundan...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lord March and his Child Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

KiOK'jB' TfljaireBn jbcij! Bibs ©BaaEca _ Wife. The socondDuke of 'Richmond, Lord March, whilo. a boy, had been married to Lady Sarah Cndogan, daughter of that Lord Cndogan, who, as a cavalry ofTicor, distin guished himself so much in tho Duko of Marll)orough|s wars. This marriage was made to conceal a gambling dobf-, T.he,young people's consent having been tho last thinp; thought of. Tho Enrl of March was sent for from school, and tlie\ young lady from tho nursery ; a clergyman, w.is in attend ance, and they woro imrnocliately to become man and wife. Tho young lady, is not reported to havo uttered a word ; thtf gentle man exclaimed ' Thoy suroly are not going to marry me to that dowdy !' The cere mony, however, tcfok ''placo, a post-chaise was ready at the dooiy,and\Lord March was instantly packed off with his tutor to, make the 'grand tour;' wliilo his young wife was roturued to the care of her mothor, a Dutch woman, 'daughter of William Minstor, Counsellor of tho Courts of Hollan...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GERMAN WORKING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

THE GEI1MAN WOUKINQ CLASS. . The working class particularly attract atten tion. Tho men and women that toil look so weary, so'' overworked, and withal so pitifully poor. Their faces look worn and wizened, and aro marked by the hard lines that are tho result of daily want. For the most part these workers are unoxceptionally tidy, but poorly clad. They seem to show in their resignation that the hope-of anything better, thoexpecta , tion of anything beyond, has been long crushed' out by overwork. And yot this working class is wonderfully industrious, saving anddiligent but top often, hard, hard toil, from morning until night, brings to them -the pittance that barejy prolongs life.- All are willing to work 'Will work well and faithfully, but their aro more workers than places to be filled, and competition it so sharp, that when work is secured, it is for a pittance. But among the , toilers, the women — oh, tho women — the poor ; weary overburdened women, who are hero re-( gadred as moro...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

— ? ? ? Wesleyan. — It was notified in our last issuo that tho Rev. Gco. AA'oolnough, M.A., of Sydney, would pvoach and locturo in Shoal havon during this wook. Illness,- howovoi-, pro ventod Mr. Woolnough from coming ; but his place wns filled by an esteemed and popular clergyman, formerly known in this circuit, i.e., the Rev. Mr. Caldwoll. Thoro was a largo con gregation to hoar him at Torrara at 11 a.m. last Sunday. At 7 p.m., the Church' at iiywiti wuo ulimyuuu nu nuiuii luul uuiuuouni seats woro_ roquired whereon to seat thoso who woro standing in tho aisle. Tho rov. gontlomon preached, we loarn, on both occasions very acceptably. Tho looturos to hnvo' boon dolivorotl by tho Rov. Mr. Woolnough woro not, of eourso, delivered,, but it is understood that Mr. Calilwoll will address .the meetings advertised, thoro boing one of theso at Pyroo to-night. Land Sale. — Mr. John Monaghan, auctioneer of this district, as. notified, offorod by public auction on tho ground, last Saturday, on...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

WflmBcasa. The following spoooh is said to have boon dolivoi'od by Mark Twain at tho Correspon dents' Club Dinnor, Washington: Mr. President, — I don't know why I havo re eoivod tho greatest distinction of tho ovoning, for so tho oflio of roplj'ing to a toast of 'Woman' has boen regarded in ovory ago. But I am proud 'of the' position, bo causo, sir, I lovo tho 80x-j-Tlovo'all,womon, Sho givos us advice, and plenty of it, she gives us a pioco of her mind, sometimes, and sometimes all 'of it. (Laughter.) 'Whorovor you place woman, sir, sho is an ornament to that placo sho occupies, and a treasure to tho world. Look at Cloopatra. look at Desdomona, look at Eloronco Nightingale, look at Lucrezia Borgia. (Yoicos : ' No, no.') (Tho speaker pausas as if -in doubt.) Woll, supposo you lot Lucrozia ' slido ? (Laughter.) Look at Mothor Eve.i (Cries \ofVOJi, oh,' and laughtor.) You nood not Ipolb.a1v|hor unloss you want%to (pauses rofleccivoV) — but Eve was an ornament, sir, ?-particiilarlV bof...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WOMAN'S HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

a woman's heaot. 'Leji3ie see,' said the old man musing with his -sh'in on tho top of his cano and speaking in the shrill falsetto voico of age, ' it must bo forty-seven years sinco Ann Maria died, yet I can remember tho very gown sho wore and the color of the long curls that hung down over hor shoulder and tlio red on her ohcoks that was liko a winter apple 1 Dear mo! she's never faded a mito in all them years, but just sits there a lookin' at mo as sho did when I brought her homo. You sco there was a kind of romance tow it, and I'vo often and often thought that if I had tho power and could rito it out it would read beautifuller than a novel ; tho fact was Ann Maria had another beau, but that ain't no wonder for she was the smartest and protticst and best girl' in tho hull country side, but what I moan, sho had favored him ever so little, aforo I como around, and began keepin' hor company . Folks' kind of coupled their names together,, and some of .'em, to bother me, hinted that sh...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoaihaven District Licensing Court. NOWRA, FRIDAY, MAY 26. (BEFORE Messrs. Jas. Thomson and John M'Arthur.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

SEioalljiiwen BMsirict Huicensing Court. Nowha, Friday, May 20. (Before Messrs. Jas. Thomson and John M'Arthur. , Tho adjourned annual Licencing Court was hold at Nowra last Friday, at noon. Inspoctor Hnaly appeared for tho Crowu, and Mr. T. M. Richards for the applicants. It was deoided to take the applications in re gard to which statutory declarations had beon made as to requisite space, first. The applications of Patrick Ryan for a liconso to tho Torrava Hotol : Jamos Fitzsoruld for tho Greonhills Hotol, Nowra ; John Wollor, for tho Numba Hotel; and William Anderson Whoauoy. for tho Albion Hotel. Nowra. wore all granted. William Tato mado a statutory decla ration that his house contained the requisite accommodation, but as tho Inspector objected that tho house would not bo equal in accommo dation to tho requirements of the Act, oven if tho present now additions wero completed, on tho application of his attorney applicant was allowed three months to mako tho necessary improvement...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Curate's Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

ITBie esas-site's Joke. The Bishop of Norton was on a certain occasion making a tour to visit his dioceso, and' tho weather boing extremoly sultry, and somewhat hot withal, ho causod his car riago to bo 'stopped by tho roadside, ina small wood, when he got out and sat down upon la mossy bank to onjoy Iho froshoning shade. Whilo ho sat thore a poor curate chanced to pass, mounted on a sorry but serviceable beast, whon „ the Bishop hailed him' and asked whither he was going? .' ''To Farnham, worshipful sir.', ..- ?s ' Then, good man, I wish you would pull up 'at the' first respectable inn you came to,' ;and order the landlord to provido for me a good dinner.'- V J\ ,'- '' ' Will your grace dino alone ?' asked the curate, with eager expectancy in look aud tone. ' M j\^ ' Of course I will. Vl lluvpNno, travel ing companion.' . * '' * The poor curate bowed obsequiously, and said he would peform tho.mission.i' But ho did not like tho manner in which he had been treated. , Here was a wealt...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miscellaneous. A FIELD OF BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

^HlMsccnai^^ A FIELD 01' BATTLE. I had my lottor to writo and poBt, and this involved a fivo-milo drivo by moonlight to tho roar aoross tho most ghastly fiold which can ?well bo imagined. I had aomo troublo in ?finding my carriage. I had left it at a woll definod position on tho battlefield of tho day 'before, but to roach it I had to walk for more than a milo over a plain whore tho carcasses of men and horses wore not merely thickly strewn, but frozen into all sorts of fantastic attitudes. Tho thermometer had been sixteen degrees below tho freezing point on tho previous night, and mon only slightly wounded, who had not been ablo to crawl to thoir comrades, had boon frozen to death. Ono man was still in a sitting position, with both his arms lifted straight abovo his head, as though his last moments had boon spent in an invocation, and it gave ono a shudder in tho clear moonlight to approach him. Others wore crumpled up in a death agony, nnd so frozen.- In places, many together, Fre...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

Siionliiavcn ff'oEice Court. At tho Police Court hold at Nowra, on the 26fch May, bofore Messrs. James Thomson nnd John M'Arthur, Js.P., Lot Flnnnory pleaded guilty to having boon drunk and disorderly at Terrain on (ho preceding day, and was fined os and costs. ITino paid. At tho Shoalhnvon Polico Court, last Tuesday, boforo Mofsrs. B. Brown and John Glauvillo, -Js.Jf.,Jos. liroor, son., was brought up on. two soparato charges, of having beon drunk and dis ? orderly at Groonwoll Point on tho 2-1 fch May, and with having mado uso of obscene language at tho samo tiino nnd place. He ploaded guilty to tho fire chnrgo, nnd wns tinod o/- and 2/6 costs ; in default, 48 hours in tho look-up. Evidence was taken as to tho bad language, and it having been very gross, thoir Worships adjudged tho offender to pay a fine of 'JO/-, or bo imprisoned ono month in Wollongong jail.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loneliness. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

loneliness. Evehy ono fools at times a hoiiso of lonolinoss. Tliore aro occasions whon, shrinking from con. tact with othor spirits, tho soul rotiros within tsolf , and dwolls amid tho mysteries of its own boing, absorbed with tho fooling that it is alone. A lonoly mood is usually a sad ono. Tho heart fools forsakon. It is as if tho tios which united it to othor natures woro ruthlosslv rivon. It may dwoll in tho midst of fond spirits ; tho bustlo of the multitudo nnd tho din of tho world may striko on tho oar, and tho merry voicos of tho mirthful and gay may bo hoard, still thoro is a consciousness of soliludo, This fooling, however, is much moro marked in somo than in otliors. Many minds havo a rugged strength which is not readily affected, but theio aro other minds so dolicatoly consti tuted that thoy aro sonsitivo to ovory passing influenco, and aro subject to tho play of almost ovory omolion. At ono timo, thrilled by somo joyous inspiration, thoy liso to sunny hoights; then smit...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPEAL COURT. Same Day.—Same Bench. Re CENTRAL SHOALHAVEN MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

APPEAL COURT. Samo Day. — Samo Bench. Re Cexthai, SiiOALirAV£N ATuxiorPALTTY. ? Aizloy Hyain, as lossee of tho Royal Victoria Tlotol, Torrara, appealed against an assessment of his hotol, ? stablos, and ' Town Hall,' at an annual yaluo of £190 — rato, £S 11s. Last year his assossmont— animal vnluo was £140. Ho paid only £200 a year rent to Mrs. A. Hyain for hotol and furnituro, tho .latter ? ho valuod as boing worth at loast from £50 to £60 a year rent. Aunbal valuo reduced to £148 10s rate. . John JUamonu appoalcd against nn assosement —annual valuo— of £20 for houso near James Lnmond's Shop, Torrara. Reduced to &\b 13s, annual valuo. ' Tho samo appellant ajiplied for reduction of ralo on houso and land at AVomigoo, which was reducodfrom £24 to £1S. ? Dr. Broroton appoalcd against throo separate assessments on houso and rented land in Torrara. Thoso appeals woro all rejected but ono, wherein a reduction of 2s was made, Nowra Municipality. Ah Ohong, John Schadol, P. Sinclair...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Salvation Army" in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

rH1Sae'-«»,©a.5wa£8«M Army' fin t'/' ' s 'Paris. Tire 'Salvation Army,' cjvhMi has boon cronting;' so much disordei'sana. scnndnl in England,11 lias ^ just soflt o,ver ^arbrigaflo to ParisJ in the wild hopo of getting1 Parisians to- contemplate with gravity anything of a nature to' excite an opposito state of mind.' As the authorities here would not tolerate for a,' moment the discreditable 'proces- * - sions'' 'that- have been a trouble in the streets of London, the Salvationists havo had to confine their operations to an obscure hall , they have hired for their meetings. Tho first meeting had boen so grotes'que a failure that it would hardly seom probable there can be many others. Tho appoaranco of 'The General,' with a collar of gold palm leaves marked with an S. ; of j'the ancient female beside him, in spectacles, translating the Goneral's words into French with a violent' accont; and a rogimon't of 'young meess ' in black and rod frocks, drawn up behind the pair, seom to have d...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FABLES. (A good deal after .the style of the Persian.) THE WOLF AND THE FOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

: v:-: '.'?^?''\:^^B;Jjk^§0^^§M-};0^p:-:: (A good dcai:after\tne'.smc-'oYi^ic!pc'rsiaii;)--f0j^ '?/' J-: 'THE ;W0W'':ANb THE-rdX. i!ri' ?':^' ' . . ? ,'?' A pox '.who', was making a journey :'abrbss.thb- . ? ; ??''? country '''to see his. grandmother once 'moro '. ' before she died, discovered a wolf burying something beside the' highway. Ho slipped into a' fence-corner, ahd'waited until tho wolf ? ,: had passed on, and then bropt forward 'and unearthed the object, which' proved to' bo a' ' ?'?.'..'!. dead chicken. . ' '..'.'. ? : . ? '.. 'Ah, ha I' chuckled Eeynai'd, 'this comes ? from keeping one's eyes onen as oho travels. Tho hare would not havo seen the wolf at all, and thooppossum would not have had; the patience to wait for him to movo on. It's a . big joke on the wolf, and here goes for a* square meal.' ' : . Tho fox. devoured his dinner with muoh ; r smacking of lips, but had scarcoly finished when ''? , terrible pains began to raok his frame, and ho .-?'?' '.'. - fell down...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Roseby, M.P., at Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

Mr. i&ogefoy, M.S'., at SBioaHiaven. On Saturday lnst, tho member for Shoalhavon, Mr. ? J. Roseby, arrived in this district, and first ? addressed a number of tho olectors at Greehwoll Point; in tho Public schoolroom, Alderman John Smith, of Brundoo, presiding. There had been no previous notice of tho hon. member's visit in tho papers, consequently tho attendance was small. Aftor addressing thoso present on tho eourso lio (Mi: Tto«oby) lindtnlron in Parliament with regard to tho passing of tho most important logislativo monsnres, and offor ing somo observations on the neeossit-y of in creasod shipping accommodation ul Greonwoll Point, ho resumed his seat amidst much applause. A vote of confidoaeo in Mr.- Eosoby was moved by Mr. Abordeon, seconded by Mr. Robinson, and oarriod. At 8 p.m. on Saturday night Mr. Roseby addressed a meeting of eloutors at tho Band Hall, Nowra. Thero had boon no previous notice that appenrod to havo boon known of Mr. Rosoby's intention to visit Nowr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Channel Tunnel. THE CHANNEL TUNNEL SETTLED : A DRAMA OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

ItSHSCIS JELiHj A HTEM»iJ@. ?'' TTlie Channel Tuiuiel. {From the llcferce.) The CnAKNEi. Tunnel Settled : A Drama or the Future. Sceite : Tho Channol Tunnol. Entor tho Fronch Ariny at French ond. Policeman (at English end looking through toloscopo) : Hullo ! thoro's an invading army slipped into tho tunuol. I must roport this to tho Military Department. (Roports it.) Hoad o£ Military Department : An invading army already in tho tunnol ! Good gracious ! I must telephone (his (o tho Horso Guards. Duko of Cambridge : What is ibis I hear per tolopjiono ? An invading army in tho tunnol ! Hi ! Sir Garnet, Sir Garnet ! (Shouts.) Sir Gnrnnt fwlin TinnnmiH fnrv.im nnoQi'n^ ? What's up? What's tho mitttorV | Duko : TIio Fronch army aro intho tunnol ! Sir Garnot : Thoro, what did I toll you ? I always said so. Hero's a nico state of affairs ! Duko': Well, what's to bo dono ? ?Sir. Garnot: I don't know. I was always dgainsti tho tunnol. I'll write a letter to tho Times, if you liko, or an artic...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

THE ALMI0HTV D0LLAB. : ' The Toronto, Canada, Globo has tho follow ing: ' ':-.''- ' ,,v ?'-?.':.??;. ' Brother Smith, what does this mean?' '.?:?. ' ... / ' What does what moan ?' ? ;; .- :! -. ' Bringing a niggor to this church.' ?? - tV-f;*! ?? But ho is intolligont-and well educated.' '-.,.. .;? ' '?'. 'Who cares for that ? Hois a nigjfer'.' ??'.':????'/?? ; ; . ' But ho is a friend of mine.' . ? '. ' ?. ?'???.'?'.'. \.'.'' 'What of that? Must you, thorofore^in-;'. '? ''?'/# suit tho whole Congregation.?' : .'..-: ; . ;;. . ;f' : V' 'But ho is a Christian, and belongs tbtho ' :-'.. '?.'.' \ '-:- samo denomination.' ' v::v: 'What do I care for that? Iiot-him go- 1 ?' - .- and worship with his fellow 'niggers.' ''?:??'?'?' ?''?:'?'. '???'?? 'But he is worth §5,000,000,' said tho mer-: :^i ?;: chant. ? ? ' ? - ? .:,' :-r-'^yj\::::-'.r-/:.-'.r/;.:'!. 'Worth what?' '? ? ' ' ?.?l;;-'/ft:^S::.'J^V-:''i 'Fivq million dollars.' ??'.'? ?'????';--.''''v--ii.i'j'''.;.'i.''^'.''.i.'';''O'.'.1...

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