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Humour. CRITICISED EACH OTHER'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

1bumoui\ OMTI0J8ISD EACH OTHElt'S WOBKi One day an editor, hard at work, trying to doviso a plan to mako his delinquent sub scribers pay their dues, was callod upon by a shoemaker, who called in to givo tho editor somo valuablo hints on running a newspaper. Tho editor, overjoyed at tho opportunity, gave tho man Iub best cano-soat chair, honorod him with a fresh cigar, and listened attentively. to what ho had to say. ... ? . Quoth tho shoemaker, as ho lit his wood : . ' Your papor needs a hundred improved fea tures. You do not crasn tho tonics of tho day by tho right handlo ; you don't, set tho locals in tho right kind of typo; your tola-' graph nows is too thin ; oven tho'papor itself is poorly manufactured, not thick enough and* ' of too chalky whito ; you don't run enough matter, and what you do run aint of tho right sort ; your idea about protectivo tariff is in fernally foolish, and your stand in tho Conk ling matter was bad. I toll you .thoso things because I want to seo you su...

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SUNSET GATES AJAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

,' ?'.'..;. SUNSET GATES AJAB. :To-nioiit as I sat at my window, ???-. When the west was all agleam With that strange and wonderful splendor, . ?'? ??'? That is fleeting as a dream ; ?I thought that the hands of tho angels '???-.'- ?;.' ? -Had- flung open heaven's gateway wide ;??'.?* ' !And I caught a glimpse of tho glory T-; - ';.; ,' V/From the hills on tho other side. ' ... -; :.i Is it not a beautiful fancy, ' '..- ' - -.''.' ?'. 't .;v-; ?: This sunset thought of mine,, ' ; .-;.-, ; :,,-?,; .That the gates of heaven are always Vj . '.',' .-:! tf-i ;';^FIuhg open at day's decline ? . . ? , -' ; ';:., !? ' ;? 'That those whoso day is ended '.'.''?: :'\'$ -.v')i '?'. ''Of earthly woes and ills, :'. ..'':i':l ';iSr, :May. pass to tho morning sunshine, '??'?--!?'' '.'ly'!'' ;VThat dwells on tho heavenly hills ?'-':';?.vk,:'';' ?When for me the sunset gateway ??'' ',%'isV .': i1 ...:' Shall at day's decline inclpso, . .. .';' '-*1,; - *'. ?Audi pass in through its portals'. .--??'''...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

V .;, ~(}3- Meeting's to be Held. Good Templar's Lodgo meots at 'Nowra, Jun)a 8, 1882, at 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

KJSiwiira-n Steam ^Navigation -i i ? ( / C«nil«aoa y. , - . ,' A,,,',' TIMETABLE. 3?rom Gr'comvoll [ Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point. ' I ' - 8 a.m. , ? ' , . ' ' PACES : -s Cabin, 80s; S&ctura (Caltim), 'Mis', W '' Steerage, JULSs -Sd. : . E. MANNING, Managor. Kiigtisli Scottish and Australian . CIiarturcd^SBaiili. npnE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tho JL fufnro 1)0 conducted in tho NEW PRE MISES in Kinghorn-street next tho Prosby tcriun church. , , i EOBT. ITINLAYSON. , , Manager. Nowra, 12th January, 1881. ' co3vnavrissio3sr AND PRODUCE AGESN5T, TASMANIANJAll §? F£ WIT DEPOT, 92 Sussex-street, T D N E Y . ' EOBEET MEKKLEJOHV, .. . (Lute Thome, and MciJclf joint, J '., ?. ? .C b.mmission Agent, ? ? ' SUSSEX STREET,' Bofcweon King and Mnrket Stroots, Sydney. HAWKEJff MD'YASCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex? Street, ? SYDNEY. ' X?J T TCI '&r fWEBTO fi 'KTV JSshhss) .-S i»i?iS.Jrii.JS3 1 , AILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, ilj'3, Qoorga-siroot, South Sydney. CattSe, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

In addressing the electors the other night, the words of Mr. Eoseby in condemning the present system of appointing members of School Boards, must have found a hearty response in the minds of every one present. Tho duties relegated to the gontlomen ap pointed are important, and the character of each may be beyond roproach ; but while their duties are important, their servicos are honorary; and their locations such as to stultify their usefulness however enthusiastic they may feel as regards a proper and prompt discharge of tho duties relegated to '. them. Some considerable time lapsed after the passing of the Public Instruc tion Act bofore School Boards were appointed, and as regards tho ap pointments, so far as we can learn, tho gentlemen themselves have almost forgotten that they were appointed. Not long after the old school boards in connection with each school under the old Act wore abol-' ished, we had ample evidence of the neces sity of having school boards, and of hr.ving them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to the pro prietor, at tho ofBco of this papor. TIKE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 18S2..

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

:;K-,:RE:CrP?S., tV.Fbencii Method. — Prepare and boil as. above; when 'done trim off leaves and' -stalk ;. lay in a baking pah ; pour a rich roast gravy over them, then sprinkle toasted bread brnnibs on the top.ahd. bake '.a.'rioh brown. .; .. ?. i -}??? ^??BiioccoLi.^-Wash nicely ; out off tho green' leaves and hard Cstalk ;? boil in- ! water with a: littlo ?'sa_lt,abont:twehty,'nnriutes.i;:;;SenUtoilio tablo with pepper and'. melted jbuttor poured 'over;it.'V;::^ ,','. ;;.. ; :??-'; '!;?'?) ?V.-.-:': .' -^ -';'/???' ?'?''?'?'' :y ?. Salt ronJiiiE, Throat.— In these 'days, when; diseases ;of tho throat aro so universally pre valent, 'and in so many cases fatal, we feel it our- duty. jto, say a word in behalf of a most effectual, if not positive, cure for soro throat. ?For many years, indeed, we may say, during the whole of a life of moro than forty years — ;we havo been subjeot to sore throat, and more iparticuliarly to a dry, hacking cough, wnich , is not only distressing to ours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

'No pent up Utica conlrncts our povore' may bo truly said of ono ol! tho most invaluable preparation of modorn time-i, for its salos lire not confined to any particular sphere, but oxtond over all tho quarters of fho globo. Orders are boing constantly lccoivcil from romoto sections, and iia oxporl, constitutes ono oi1 tho staples of (mi1 trade. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory ol its curative properties hnvo been translated into all languages, and thoro is no poition of tho world -whore Udolpho Wolfe's. Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Dkw of Tim Airs.— Tho world outsido oE Europo having1 discovered that this palatnblo tonic liquor is the finest invigorant extant, tho demand for it in tho Wosl Tndies, South Amoricn and Australia has literally become enormous. It is pfrango for hundreds of years so wonderful an appetizer and stomachic 'should havo boon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiors, and the thanks of millions aro duo to Mossr«. M. Moss and Co., t...

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Household. JUDGEMENT AND FORETHOUGHT IN THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

HJouseboD. ? . JUDOEJIENI ANI- FOnETnOUaiJT m IIII3 EDUCA TION ov anniDuuk. In a very thoughtful and suggestivo inquiry as to tho roasons why 'promising' children, so seldom .turn out as parents nnd friends' anticipate, the Philadelphia.' liublie Ledger discovers a potent causo of failuro in tho man whioh parents will find worthy of sorious con-, sidcration. After speaking of tho moro famil iar ways of spoiling children by unwise man agement or improper training, tho Ledger says : Tho truth is, wo need moro forethought and loss self-indulgenco in tho training of our youth. Wo. pleaso ourselves too much, and study thoir futuro too littlo. It is so easy and pleasant to gratify our own vanity or ambition by stimulating and exhibiting them in points whero they excel ; it is so hard and comparatively tamo to exerciso them in what thoy aro deficient, and to foster thoir most meager abilities. Yet, until educators acquire tho necessary self-control and patience to do tho latter ; until the...

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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

KotjitJn C«»wt aiBfl 'XkVvMt -Cs;iii-lcn Co oitcrsdivtt €«icn5»ao»j- (HiSitiitcdl). Syiinev Maiiket Phioes. Bolow wo givo gonoral quotations. £ s. d. - £ s. d. Butter, bost, per lb.. 0 1 9 to 0 1!) Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 16,, 018 Bacon, ditte ? 0 0 7 ,, 0 0 9 Dill o heavy and rough 0 0 5 ,,'00 '6 Chooso, ditto ? 0 0 8 ,.'009 Ditto 2nd and inforior 0 0 4 ,,, 0' '0 '0 Pigs ? 0,0 3 „. -0 0 C Calves, ditto ? '. . . 0,5 ,0, „ „ . 1 ,5 0 ; TCide.!), oaeh ? :... 0 8 '0 „* V 0 0' Calfskins, oach ? ' 0 1' 3- ' ,,~ ' 0 ? 1' fls' Tallow, por ton .?. . . 22 0 0 ,, 28 0 .0 Maizo, por bnshol . . . . 0 5-0' ,, ,0, 5.; 3 NVhoat, por bushel . . ? 0 0 ,0 ',,', - 0 '. 6 ;6 Barloy, (English) .., 0 4 6',, 0 A 0 Ditto, (Capo) ditto .. 0 4 3'*,, 0 ' 4 '6 Oats, ditto ? ' 0 '4 0 „ ' ' 0 4-0 Hay' (oaten) por ton.. 80 0 „ . 10 - 0 0 Ditto(lucorno)ditto.. 8 0 0 ,, 10 -0 o Potatoos ditto ...... 4 ' 0 ? 0 ; „ 5 0 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 20 „ 0 3 6 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 6,, 0 'I 0 Go'oso, ditto .- ? 0' 5 0 ,, 0 6 0 ...

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REVOLUTION IN A HERD OF DEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

fti-;;.'!'liEV0I.UTI0N'lN A UEIlDOIi' DEEB. : ; ;':-,]?6B.y,ears an.old buck, tho .leader of tho, ideer :her'd oh the Boston Common, has main tained.'; an . absolute and ;malicious iyranny ;pvor;,the/y9uhger. members of. his own. sex. 'His treatment rankled, and the other day ,;.wh'en he shed his horns they made a combined {attack attack upon him,, whioh only, ceased iUpon: tho death of the tyrant. The superin 'tendent and his assistants ' attempted to ,interiorp, but were driven out of the inclosuro by. tlio , infuriated animals, which became docile, again when their enemy was disposed of. , They still preserve, howovor, a sort of »i'o semper iyran\iit air, and thus far 'no one of thoir number has laid claim to the primacy. .- 'Does our talk disturb you?' said oho ; of a company of talkative ladies to an old gentleman sitting in a railway station the other afternoon. No, ma'am,':was tho naivo reply, 'I've been married nigh ? on to 'forty ais.'— Hartford Times.

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MY SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

^^;T^'-^^^^^^^^^:^!- ^- ^ ^?';.:/-r^?^BY^LLA'WirjJELEKi'::{t'^i^O:i'^1 ''{ ? ' 'ffiall^the^shipsl.havbat sca'rt:' ''?'??'-F\i!:'-^lti' ?-'. ' ? :Shbuld.;c'onio n-sailiiig homo to ino ..-..',?&:t\ii--i'.\ ??';? ''? .Weighed' down with gdrns and'woalth uritold-rr '' ? Ah well ! , tho harbour could not hold ; .'.',?; ,,;'.;. '; ? ? iSo 'many sails as thoro would bo' . .'7;.;-',;'. '::'??' If all'my. slu'ps camo in from sea. ' ;.,.:'.;' ?' V.' ! If half my ships camo homo from sea, yt-,\-..:-; '. ?'? .,, Aiid brought their precious freight to!me^ '. : i-rV Ah well 1 I Bhould have wealth as great . '? ;. \ ' ' vV .As/any King who sits in stato. ? ;?',';?'?? ,?:.'-.:: So rich tho treasures that would lio. ;:' ; ?!?!??? ;?:''?' ' ; ,. aii iiitu. my ainjja jiuk vm Uu OUUi - .'?'?' '; ?-.?-.'. If just ono ship I havo at sea ' ' : -; jft* -''1' . ,! i,. Should como a-sailuig homo to mo-^- ,S;SS?'ftv Ah-wblll tho storm clouds then mightfrbivh ;?:-'? Fqrif tho others all wont down, ;. '...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

?''IffllgCBHiHjAKIiJCJBJ®. ? . ', i.i , ? , ? * ? Tni; Lltswellyk.— Tho wreck oE th'o Llowollyn continues to break up. It was sold! by auction' at Sydnoy, on Thursday, by Messrs. F'rasor ^and Co., for i'80. Afr.' Dout.who Foi' somp'tiino past has been rccovoring_ cargo, &c, from 1h'o Uucon'of Nations, being thb purohasbr.. Should th'o'pnrohasor succdod in recovering tho machinery from tho Llowollyn, ho will do woll by his bnrf ain. — Illawttrra'Mercury. - , A Chinese storekeeper 'at ''Meroo was shot dead (bis morning by his i wife, an i Australian o-itI TO vonW nf . iityo 'Plin o.nnnln.wnrn miiri'ihn1 a fortnight ago nt tho AYosloyan Oluircli in Mudgoo. Tho girl had previously complained to tho polico that her foster paronts woro com pelling her to many tho Chinaman, whom sho hated. She also uindo vaguo chnrgos of child muidor against her guardians, but, after investi gation by tho poli«o, they woro thought .'to bo foigniid, and, tlioiofnro, no attention wus paid to hor comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

T)J7'ANT13D n «i'slAl/ss BUGGY HOT)-/ ?VY MAKER. Aijtf*, GEORGE THOM SON, Nowra. May 17/1882. ON nnd aftor this (Into imv CATTLE fouiu^ TRES PASSING on AVolloinia Run will bo impounded. / / /j t) E. S. ROAVE, 18th July, 1881. BfUtrtGeulfurnl A.Sb»ciiati«n. mm; QUAKTEllLT J URKTING of tho ahovo L Association /'illlb/ hold in Iho TEMPE RANCE HALL, TopJrn, on THURSDAY, 8th Juno, at 3 p.m. I jlliN M' ARTHUR, I Socrotiiry. ^ _\^l'v I PRAT to tho.ETKRWAL FATHER for HIS ONLY TgjGlil'BpN SON, JESUS, tho DIVINE MfiSSmUlS fnku. thnt tho roturn of tho Jbws to 1'ntosliivj-mav ln- hastened, and ihoCityandTomploof Jelupalom robuilt speedily in my days. 'J 2Gth May, 1SS2. -j Ri'«-icc to SJiepjiers. »/ {TTNTlTi fuvthor notico tho Brisbane steamer H_J will lcavo Tormra at 8 a.m., nnd' Boma-' dorry at 1 1 a.m. ovoyft 'JUESDAY for Grconwell Point. a *J I Tho stenmor BrnTignton will loavo Torrara at 10 a m. every MONDAY for Broughton Creok, nnd loavo Broughton Crook at 12 o'clock noon ou TUESDAY for Qi...

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Commercial Intelligence. Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

'CwBBSFBBOn'CDWS SBHtoiSS^eBftCC. Messrs. FiuBsiy and Co^'s Saejtort. Fat Cattlo.— Tho supplv at tho yards on Thursday was ,short of tho demand, and tho quality from mo'dium to inforior;' tho ninrkot for good conditioned bullooks and cow3 continno firm.' AAro sold on accoiiut of Mossrs. Bowlnnd .and Rix and H. Douglas, -J8 head light bullocks at from £-1 6/ to £-J 16/. Wo quote good primo .at 20/ por 100 lbs',' and second class and inforior 'at from 15/ to 18/. , -Storo Calllo.— Tho domnnd for local require ments is improving ; any lots that come to tho yards moet with fair comptition, considering tho pnnwiitit f\ f .innt\ TVn en1 il Afi* Tifio1iln.il l?n«c'e fl to 6 yonr old bullocks at tho yards on Thursday nt '18/0. As wo have frequently .stated, tho Inrgdr'tho draft tho greater the competition. Wo ouoto best storo bullocks, 4 to (i years old. at 00/ : good. second clnss at 55/ ; cows from 25/, tn 30/ for best, and medium 22/6 to 25/ ; inferior 15/ to 20/. Young steers nnd boifor...

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Cable Intelligence. London, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

CasfoBe SssteESi^'eEave. [From the Si/tlney Tapers.) London, May 25. Tho English wheat crop will bo an avorngo ono., - / ? - . May 26. ?During tho discussion on tho Roprossion Bill in '.Iho Ilouao of Coinmono', Mr. Parnoll took occafcioii'torofbr to the sbttotnont mado by Mr. Dillion tho previous ovoning, and ondoavomod to show that, his remarks did not boar tho un fnvonrablo construction put, upon thoin. ' Mr. Parnoll condomnod tho outrngds in Iroland, and also boycotting, . Tho_ IIouso of Commons was engaged last night in djocimiiig an amondmont in tho Re pression Bill, moved bv'Mr. Cowon, which was rojoctod. 'Iho Houso wont into conimittco on tho bill. A uipfuro among (ho Parnollito fraction in (ho IIouso of Commons appears to boimminont. Mr. Parnoll hns dolivurod a modornte spooch, in which ho condpimicd tho nhu«o of boycotting, and doprecatod Mr. Dillon's iriRConoilability. Tho British and 'Kionch Consuls havo do wn.M/inr] fliiif.-^-lin AfiTilaf.i'ip nlinll Tnoirplt 'nnfl r.lin...

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Mr. Roseby's Meeting. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

BSr. BaoseBsy's meeting. TO TUB EDITOH OP TnT. anOAUIAVEX TKLEOTIAPIT. Sin, — Having been asked e-omo timo sinco to preside at tho ahnvo meeting, which was to bo nt the Band Hall, Nowra, at 7 p.m. on Saturday last, I attended nt tho hour mentioned, and had! tho lumps lit. Two reports reached mo, ono that Mr. Roseby wa3 at Greenwoll Point, and another thnt ho hnd missed the steamer ntid hnd not arrived. After wniting a considferablo time, and thoro beinff no expectation. nnnarnnflTr nf the mooting being held, I gave the key to Mr. Linkonbagh, jun., who informed me that a number of young ladies and ^ntlomen were about to commenco a dance, for which pnrpopt? tho hall had been ongagerl. I wos much sur prised to hoar afterwards that Mr. Roseby had arrived1 after my doparture, and that tho meet ing had, after nil, taken plnco, much to my ro grot at not boing present, as Ishould (if presid ing) havo made tho following preliminary remarks, which (nt the request of some of my frionds) I shal...

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Original Correspondence. The Salvation Army. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOLHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

Sta'B&iiti&I €«tTcspondcncG. Tltc SsilvaAion Army. TO mf. EDITOn OF THE SHOAI.nAVEN TKI,EQHAPW. Sin,— Tho Salvation Ai my is the thomo of Nowrai just now ; but I would ask, have thoso pooplo- ever thought that tho Aborigines hnve souls ? If the}- ivunt to ' save poor souls out of Iho firo, nnd snatch them from a burning hell,' why don't they go to these poor forsnken ono£, nnil toll thorn of a Saviour's dying love. Now lot this ' Armv ' go and showtheir sincerity to the gront Cnptnin of our snlvntion, by following up the command of ' Go ye into the world, and .|ir-racn rag uospei to ovory creature. iburoly there are enough to preach'to the whites, whore thoro are four Churches, and ministers for each ; lint who goes into tno Mack's camp with tho Gospol banner ? O, Salvation Army, don't try any longer to build your work cm tho foun dation of others, but lay 3-our own foundation. Thon, and only thon, can you expect to reap in tho vinoynrd of our Lord. CHRISTIAN.

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Science. REGENT EXTINCTION OF THE MASTODON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

Science. ff ? Ekoeni Extinction of tuf. Mastodon.:^ !1 Tub existonco of tho mastodon in North America muBt havo boon moro recent than commonly supposed. A number of now facts bearing on this subject are to bo found in Professor John Collott's ' Geological Eoport of Indiana for 1880,' recently issued. Of tho thirty individual specimens of tho remains of the mastodpn (Mastodon gigantcus) found in Indiana, in almost every case a very considerable nart of the skeleton of eac animal proved to be in a greater or less state of decay. Tho romains havo always boon dis covered in marshes, ponds, or other miry places, indicating at onco tho causo of tho death of tho animal and tho reason of the preservation of the bones from decay. Spots of ground in this condition aro found at tho suinmit of the glacial drift or in ' old beds ' of rivers which havo ad'opted a shorter route and lower level; consequently, their dato does not reach beyond tho most recent changes of the earth's surface In fact, t...

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Weekly Calendar far June. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

'Weekly Calendar far June. Phases of the Moon. Pull Moon ? 3rd, at 6.36 p.m. Last qunrter . . 10th, at 10.40 p.m. New Moon .. 17th, at 5.37 p.m. Erst. quarter.. 25th, at 10.46 a.m. ZT I /— — SUN ? - Highwator atShoal ?UATE. ? J fojggg. Sets. hnvon Heads. it. si. n. M. A. it. r. si. 1 : 6 58 4 57 7 30 8 2 2 6 58 4 57 8 25 8 48 3 G 59 4 57 9 10 9 32 4 6 59 4 57 9 53 10 14 5 7 0 4 56 10 35 10 57 6 7 0 4 66 11 18 11 40 7 7 1 4 56 ? 21 1

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