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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Kllawiu-rn steam Navigation Company. TIJtE TABLE. _ „ , (Evotv Monday. Tnosdny, and Prom Sydney. ( iVidny night, fit 11. From Orconwoll ( Monday, Gam.; Tuesday, 3 Point. ' { p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m. FARES: . - Cabin, SOs; Kcttirn (Cabin), 3«h; ^tcvniKU, 12s «d. No Pigs or othor Livo Stock will bo convoyed hy iho stoamor leaving lor Sydnoy on Tuesday afternoon. ^ ^^^^ Mnringor. Wntutad Ut H»c Known. W JONES, Collms-slrooh Iviamn, luis . noises and Vrihioles VOX, TURK. ITn ii vvopared to run between 'Wollongong and Ullndulln. Also, Hint ho is a cnslipiiTclmsoi1 of Hidoaanrt shins in any quantity. D. LII3DSAY DTffiOGE, Auctioneer arid Commission Agent, JAMMED 0 0. W. HALL, Genera! Commission Agent, AND JPRWHJWCE' MERCSffASIT, 110, SUSREX-STJirXT, i ^ +f SYDNEY'. ? N.B. — Country Ordors promptly attondod to. T. W. \CEAVElSr, Produce Merchant & General Commission Agent. [Established 1807.] Stokes— 134, Sussex-Stmxt. Sydney. OCf' Con-igmneiitK respectfully policilod. Acoo\ivits rend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

T!ie BJaBt 41«iiirtfr's Accounts. AN Early SETTLEMENT of ACCOUNTS issued last quarter, and not yet adjustod, is requested. JOSEHI WESTON, Proprietor. Shoalhduen Telegraph oflico, November 7th. THE SHOALHAYES' TELEGRAPH: Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, N0VEM13EE 10, 1881.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Shonllmven Shi|-|-inK Intelligence. expobts. rerlllnwarrn.Cuptnin.T. Garde, on tho 17tli Ocloljcr. To Sydney : 182 linns maize, 52 ltop- butter, 7 ;iig.H, 14 awes vgga, 63 pieces ccdiir, !i cases bacon, 2 coop* prailtry, 2 liaRS oysters, 6 bariiots Mi, 2 bum Blue, 7 packnRcs lcnther, 2 cases tallow, S pnekopw hides, ,1 cases sundries, null punrtri™. To Kiiunii : 61 buss make, 10 pip-w, 2 enscs fruit. 1 roll leather. ? For mintcr, Caiitnin J. M'Artlmr, on the 21st October. Til Rvilney: 27 kegs butter, 15 baskets (Ml, 12 cases egaa, 1 box lllants. -1 buns livsters. and nunilrim. To Kiama: 7 lusts. 'Tor Illauom'.. Captain .1. Garde, on the 21th October. To Sydney : 2!)7 keps butter, :is kimn eggs, 7 packages hides, 10 hisVets fisli. 1 hng bacon, 2 coops poultry, 1 tin butter, ami sundries. To Kiama : 1 case oranpes, 02 bags maize. I bag .luirnct*. 2 cedar boxes. To Wolloiigong : 2(i bags maize. Per Hunter, CaptaiiL.T. M'Arthur, on the 27th October. To Srdney : 1M bags maize, 102 pigs, ...

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nobelist. PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

H'fiMsf. PARTNERS : A TRUE STORY. BY A COUNTRY ATTORNEY. ♦ ? : CHAPTER XXIII. ' Jfo sooner was tho little diffiouUy about the nmatour bushrangers eettlod than Jim deapatohel a measonjrer from tho Traveller's Roat to Tablo-top with instructions to send another trap over. On tho arrival of Mrs. Walker tho party had Borne icfreahmontB, and shortly after they started for homo. Mrs. Walker was a benevolent-looking old lady, with it face that had boen'boautiful in youth nnd was now nttraotivo in a kindly old a;?o. Tho hand of timo had touched hor tenderly. Nu tom postnoua paxaiona had loft thoir mark upon .hor brow. Her sorrows had been mot with a Christian resignation ; and sho had ever been more ready to reoop-niro the good that was around her than to condemn tho evil. Her silvery hair was a orown of glory, and hor ohildron loved her. Tom Purohment introduced tho littlo man in iiieen. Hpootacloa as Mr. Gray, an old friend of his, whose unexpeotod appearnnco in green goggles had so effec...

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Poetry. PARTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

[?] PARTED. . B* Katharine Lek Bates. Can I beliovo what yet mine eyf b have seen, That wa ar« pnrloit who wore onoo bo near? TIM fat behind bb )1o tho meadowa green Whore we no moro may greet tha earlj year. Anil praino the dnwy croona-buds, while ye1 Morn happy in oaob othnr than in epriug ? If I remembtr, how ehoald yoo forgot, And leave mo lonely ia my wandering ? O»n I believe, what yot mino ears have hoard. That savored in oar Bwoot companionship P An autumn wind among the woodland stirred, And blew your biases from my grieving i Up ; lime Btippml botwoon ub and unolaapod onr houdu That ranch in vain aorosa tho widening dByaj . Life mot onr wistful looks with stern oom ' mauds, Avd led na coldly down divided woya. O»n I beliovo, what yet my bnart baa felt, Thatnovor moro onr paths will be the aarno? That even now yonr joyous mnainga molt To tenderer lonping at a dearer name 7 . Then say farewell, titoa that must bo tbt word, In Iife'a strange journey I may yet rtjiioe; Bo- sli...

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Old Embroidery. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Old J3ml-roii!ery. AMOXa illustrious pooplo who dovotod much timo to noodlowork and ombroidory was Qucon Oharlotto. In hor time tho silk or cloth om ? broidery was much in fashion. For a coarso largo stitch 'Mitroso' or half-twistod silk, was used. Mitroso silk is best for any pieco of work intended for anv furniluro eovorinir. Dacca silk, called by tho French ' soie ovule,' is lino or coarso, according to tho numbor of filamonts used, : It is usod for i'aisod work, for groups of roses or othor flowors. Floss silk or ' siiie plait--.' is thicker silk and is usod for tapestry work/ Queen Charlotte, it is rocordod, herself om broidorod tho drosses which the princesses! woro at thn fete givon on tho twenty-first birthday of of tho (then) Princo of AValos. Thoso di esses woro of white crepe worked with silver. Tho prin cess royal wore a dross worked with Daccan silk Some sots of chairs which woro worked by (iuoon Charlotte horsulf may still bo seen at Windsor and Frogmoro. Tho Quoon of ...

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Dean Stanley on the Westminster Confession of Faith. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Dean Stanley on the West minster Confession of Faith* Tin: August number of Macmillan's Maga zine contains an article on ' Tho West minster Confession of Faith,' which is said to bo tho Jnsfc work to which ho put his pan. During his fatal illness lie road the proof sheets of it; while tho dnto affixed by him at tho end is July 13th, and he died on tho 18th. Mr. Grovo, tho editor of Macmillan's Magazine, was a dear personal friend of tlio Dean. , In his introduction to tho article ho says it contains Dean Stanley's last plea for toleration, and 'his final allusions to the place which was the scone of his labours and his pleasures for eighteen years, with which his name will always bo connocted, and in regard to which nearly his last intelligible words wero thoso of satisfaction that he had done his work nt Westminster, and was dy ing thero.' Wo quoto a few passages, which havo an immense though melancholy, interest, now that he who wrote' them has gone to tho; grave. Tho Westminster ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

Thu Mnn who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pornioious artido, dosorvos summary punishmont. Boware of so-callod tonics and diurotics rocommondod as better than or tho samo as ITdolpho Wolfols Sohiodam Aromatic Schnapjw, and purchases none hut tho gonuino preparation.-- -Adv. HOT.LOWAY'S OlN'l'.MKN'T AND l'lTiW. — Coughs, Tnlluonzn. — Tho soothing proportios of those medicaments render thorn well worthy of trial in all disoases of tho lungs, in common colds, and influonza. Tlio Pills tiiko intornuUy nnd tho Ointmont rubbed oxtornally aro oxcood ingly olucacious. Whon iniliumaii is opidomio this treatment is o.i^iest, sufo-jt, and surest, flolloway's Pills and Ointmont purify tho blood, romovo nil obstructions to its froo circulntion through tho lungs, relievo tho oyorgorgod air tubos, and rondor ro3]iiiMtiou froo without reduc ing tho strongth, irritating tho norvos...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

JHlBOuiliuvcii BlntlM' Time Table. I.cnvo MoxnVulo ? T. W T. V S. Sun. 1 inn ,\»Tivi! YuinuiBft ... do do do do do do i.30 »ln Unmnff.mT. do do do do do do lin.m: ICiuiirnroo Vly do do do do do do i) n.in. Cnrabownmi. do do do do do do 8.10 n.m. Jfowm .... do do do do do do 11.15 n in. Loavi'Nowm .'. ? do do do do do lOn.m. Sunday, 1 p.m Ai'i'lvo 'I'oiuoi'oncr .... do do do do do lp.iu. ,, 'I.H0 ,, Wnndnmliun. do do do do do 2 p.m. „ G.DO „ Conjoin ? do do do do do 4 p.m, „ O.H0 „ YaUi'jnttiih.. do do do do do lip.m. „ 7.1)0 „ Milton ? do do do do do On.in. „ II „ Ullmhillu ? do do do do do 7ir.ni. ,,10 ,, Uwvo UllndnUn ? Sn M't7 \PJ\~FpT l.au n.m. Arrive Millon ? do do do do do do fi.,10 „ Ynllpvnllnii.. do do do do do do 1MB „ Conjoin ? do do do do do do 7 „ ?Wiiiidiiiulliiii. do do do do do do II. in „ Tominm.i.-.. .. do do do do do do 10.10 „ Noum...' ? do do do do do do l.aop.m. LcavoNowni ? do do do dit do do . il.llO „ Cnmbowmm. do do do do do do l.!IO „ Kim'iooVlly, do do do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

l»ul-ll : Apology . (/ ITFIE Undorsip cd, do horoby publicly .. apologmo to i r. .P. Otvffroy for anything 1 may hayo snid djro ;aft-ry to his oharaotor, tho1' snjno not boing timo. t . ? -? ' hia (signed) JOHN t M'GEE. Witnoss— ? mark J. II. Devltj , Oreonwol Point. Department of 1 nblic Instruction, Syd icy, 20th Oetohor, 1881. Tenders f- r 9vou Tuiikti. fT^ENDEBS aro im ited for tho nupply of two JL TRON TANKSfor tho Public School at Kangaroo Vnlloy. Plans and Spugifi Vlioue nny bo soon, and Forms of Tomlov tyi Ytiortlit th« Ollioo of tho Department of PuWicY yfniction, Sydnov, and nt Kangaroo Vnlffi^Pu (ficXicliool, on applica ? lion (o tho Teacher. Tenders, endorsed '' 'ondoi foi Tanks at tho Kangaroo Vnlloy Pub io School,' must bo lodgedwith'tho'Uridor Societal}, Dopaitinont of Public. Instruction, i ; or bofoio 10 a.m. on MONDAY, 21 st Novi inusn, 1881. ? Tho Minister does not mul himself to accopt ' N tho lowest or any Tender JC [IN ROBERTSON. MEBUCAE. SIOTHCM. . ? — — y DR....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

ECLIPSE GOLD MINING COMPANY* Ynl-viil.— Divilli nt fmyn bio (£10 por share), at E., S., & A. 0. BANIC, Nowra. ON and after this date any CATTLE found ' TBESrASSING on/Voilomia Hum will bo impounded. / *7 A / // E. S. HOWE. ISth July, 1881. 1 1 WJTSCJSa. MAIKE. RfttTTSCBS. ME; TH0MA9 /Jj^S^N, of Mayfiold, Shoalhavoi/, *i/ 'a. HjASII' purchiisr of Muizo, in any quantity. MASSE CSDiUSViffiMS. ^ PEESONS wishing to SHIP MAIZE to the Cn-operntivo'Cinmniiny for Salo, can bo supplied with B'V^l/'J^'P'yi''1 to JOHN SlON.tUHAN, or . ' W. KENNEDY. Directors. Shoalha-von, 29th September, 18S1. To ISuiltlcrs. ^ npENDEES are in/itVu' for tho EEECTTON of ' i a BUILDTN« ^Junction-street, Nowra, labour only. Plany^incT specification, and full information, on application to J. GEKEN, Gonoral Stores, Nowra. . ? II ? COSCEtt'li OT, RHHfflUA. ?\\ultA3mce plack i^ the BALJjFROOM, NUMBA, |W .N Wednesdayi ffy7- 16' instl) IN aid of tho WiJow and Orphans of Ship wrecked Fishorine i in tho Orkney and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Melbourne Forty-five Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

'JMISCELtBiAflMSOUS. Melbourne Forty-five Years Ago. From the Ant. I The death of Mr. Bobort Hoddlo nt tho nilvuncod ago of 88 lomoves from us a goritloman so inti mately associated with the foundation of Mel bourne as to deserve tho honour of a civic funoral. For ho it was who laid out tho city, and who, with a fortunate foresight, plotted its principal streots of such a breadth 113 to bofit the dimensions of a largo metropolis and to obviato tho nocossitj' for that cmoruions outlay which lias had to bo incurred by tho corporations of London and tho other old-world cities, in tho purchaso of valuablo property to bo rnzed to tho ground for tho purposo of widening their loading thoroughfares. It was on Monday, the 20th Fobruary, 1837, that Mr. Hoddlo, who was thon an official in tho Surveyor-General's dopartmont in Now South Wales, roooived an intimation from Sir Richard Bourke, tho then Governor of that colony, that ho must hold himsolf in readiness to ombark with his Excellency for...

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POETRY. Lines by the Late Dean. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 November 1881

POETRY. Klines by Hie K-atc Bean. The Spectator has received permission to print the following beautiful linos by tho luto Doan of Westminster : — 'Till death™ part,' 60 speaks tho hcurt, 'When cflch to each repeats the wortlit of doom ; Thro' blcssuip und thro' cime, for bettor nnij for wor.sp, ?Wo mil bo done, till that dread hour hIiiiII comic. Lifo, with iti niyrinil Kins'. Our yearning kouIh rimll cln«p, By cciuwlcw lo\ i\ and still expectant wonder ; In bonds that slmll cuduie, In disialtilily sure, Till God in death shall part our paths ahunder. 'Till death us join.'. That to tho broken heart breathes hope mibliino ; Thro' lonely hours And shattered powers ?\Vo Htill nro one, despite of chango and time. Death, with Iris healing hand, Shall once nioro knit the band TVhich needs but that one link which nono may sever 1 Till, thro' tho Only Good, Heard, felt, and understood, Our life in God shall make ui one for ever.

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GETHSEMANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

GETHSEiVrANE. In gojdon youth, when seems the earth' A summer land for singing mirth When souls are glad and hearts are light, And not a shadow lurks in sight We do not know it, but thore lies », ? Somewhere, veiled under evening skies A garden all must sometime see, '??- wwufiomuau, urocasemone, ? , Somewhere his own Gethsemane. With jovoub steps we go our ways. Love len'dB a halo to tho days, . Light sdirowB sail like olouds, afar, We laugh and say how strong we are. We hurry on, and hurrying go ? - Close to the border land of woe That waits.foryou and waits for me: . GethBemane, Gothaonmue, For ever waits Gethsemane, Down shadowy laneB, aorossstrange Btreams Bridged over by our broken dreams, Behind the miety cape of years, : Closo to the ereat salt fount of tears The gardenlios; strive as you may ' You cannot miss it in your way. All paths that have beon or shall be PaBS somewhere through GetlisemaneJ All those who journey, soon or late UuBt pass within the garden's gate ? ??- l...

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household. HOW TO BE HANDSOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

?-?'?? ? ? HOW TO BE HANDSOME. To bo beautiful in parson we must not only conform to the lawa of; phyaiool health, and, by gymnastic arts and artifioial ap plianoaa, develop the elements of physical bsiug in 6ymmetry^and comploteneBS, but we muB, do more— wo must oultivato the mind, cud develop the directions to tho highest possible degree. ?kw mu uuHumui 'U UlUllb 1UUU klltt 3pari£ Ot intelleotual fire by reading and meditation until is barns in steady ilamo, irradiating the faoo by ita brillionoy, and Buffaaing the oounteuance with a oalm and holy light also, we muaS fill tho brain with sublime thonght, and live surrounded, as it ware, Jby an aiinoBphore of ideas. To ba beautiful we mostj put a great organising and ennobling purpose into the will, and concentrate our 1 thoughts and affootions upon the accomplishment of it until enthaeiaam wnlln nn in tii» u ? t' sufiusing the oount«nanoo and rebuilding the body on its' own divine plan. To be beautiful we mast cherish every kind im...

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Sketcher. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

®bli fib fU&Y ODD OFFENCES. ???? (From All The Year UoumJ.) ':v LoVEns of liberty a« they, wore, ou* fore fatherii had littlo patience with propoundors of novsl notions. Wheu Honey Crabh', «ud denly txvalilng to tho faot that aucceSB iu bu'inpso wan not to be attained without muoh lymit and docolf, foreuwore Ii'.a ctuiinR or haberdaober of liuto, and botook hlmaolf to pitying the hermit, and praotlslug vegs tarlanlam — he waa put in tho atocki, ouoted from one refugo nftcr nnotbor, aurl finally lodged lu prison, to prevent ot'iors imUatinpr his evil oxamplo. '' Sir Qoorgo C»rterot ' eays Pcpyn, 'nhowoil me a gontlomen coming by in his ooach who had boon sent for up out, of Lincolnshire. I think ho saya ho la n juntloo of tho poaco there— that tho Council have laid by th« hoolo here, and here Uoa in a messenger's hnnde, for saylog that a man and bin wife nro but ono person, and bo ougbt to pay but twelvopenco for both to tho Foil Bill, by which othori wore ltd to do the like;...

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Science. EARTHWORMS AND ANTHRAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

[?] EAKTHWOEMS AND ANTHRAX. ! An important report was recently presented to tho Acaduuiio do Mudi cin, by M. 'Villemin, in tho name o[ a commission appointed to invoati gato *tho atatementi of M, Piistour as to tho prcaoncu of tho germs of anthrax bacteria in tho soil, and their transporta tion by oartUworms, stntcineu te whioh had been contradicted by M. Colin, of Alfort. In tho investigations of tho cornmissi on they first inoculated five guinea pigs with, oarth taken from tho soil ovor a trench in which animals dead of anthrax had beon buried twolvo years previously. All tho guinea pigs died, tho first four from septicaemia, the fifth from well marked anthrax, and tho latter presented numerous bacteria, in tho blood ot the heart and tho spleen, whioh organ was considerably enlarged. , ? A second similar eeriesof guinea pigs were inoculated with, earth from above a pit in which animals dead of the disease- had been buried for three yeaw. The first four of these also died of eeptic...

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natural history. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

fftteal Histoa* MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By DonaIiB Cameron. I have c;or,d caute - to remember Master Groedy. My brothers boin? ripe for fun one day, when I waa quito a minnow, took id i« (htilr hoari* to t!o mo on tho blrot'u b.ick, juot to have n lark. It win vain for mo to protest, and my tenra had no effcot, nor my throats of tailing on them. They Gxid Graoayn head bo tbut ho could not peot ma, nnd then 'shoouod' him, whereupon he ran away — this took placo in tho bush, behind the house. I wlll^novor forget that Muzeppa bualni'80. Had I k«pb qulot, 1 daresay Che bird would huvo.'gono oil' homo, but I began to howl and ncreech, and Groody, nob knowing what to make of tha ululation that was going on on his ;bnok, took to his long legs, and went bo fast that I had hardly br«ath to squeal. I had a fine view through my tears of tho sky, ovar which the nummer clouds neemed absolutely to fly, but it was no comfort to me. Eventually, however, Groedy got tlrod, nud, .becoming accus...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. ' (From Greville' a Telegram Company. J 1 ' SYDNEY. }?.??: . Wednesday, 5 r.ir. Iff' the Assembly, last night, Sir Henry Parkos v announced the Ministerial changes, and Mr. S. C. :' Brown's seat was declared vacant. Mr. M'Elhone moved tho adjournment of the House ; for, the purpose of calling attention to Mr. Garrett's speech at Moss Vale last Saturday. A discussion, dealing generally with the Milburn urees inquiry, ensued lor nearly tnreo nours, when the motion ? for adjournment was negatived. The plans and books of reference for the railway from Homobush to 'Waratah, and Sydney to Wollongong and Kiama, tyere tabled. Mr. Watson made a financial statement; .whioh was the most flourishing as yet delivered in the colony. No additional taxation or interference with present train0 is proposed. It proposes to give squatters better tenure of Crown Lands, and to raise their rent to 3d per acre. Tho surplus revenue for the present year is estimated at £1490...

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THE OLD FARM GATE. (In Harper's Weekly.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

THE OLD FARM GATE. Bx Thomas Duhn Ekghbh. (In flajfer's Weekly.) In gilded saloons, where tho fairest of belles Pluug around me their subtlest of glamour and Bpells, I broke through their magio, I mooked at their art, Unmoved in my fanoy, untouohed in my heart; ±sut yielded a captive, well pleased at my : When Dora I met at the old farm gate When Dora I met, When Dora. I met. When Dora I met at the old form gate. I passed, rod in hand, on my way to the brook, And planned aB I went littlo fiahos to hook. She stood there in Bilence, half smiling, : ' half'shy/iu' ? And moved from the pathway to let me' go by. ? . Ah ! who would not bite whenauoh charms were the bait P ' So Dora caught uie at the old farm gate — So Dora caught me, So Dora caught me at the old farm gate. We had met and hadjj'purted full often before, But we met on that morn tojbo parted no more; ? The light in her oyo and the flush on her oheek Emboldened my tongue of my loving to speak. What cared I for trout? They mig...

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