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Agriculture. AGRICULTURE AS A BUSINESS TO PAY. BY AN OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

.;;?: v 0 / jagvt^ulture. ? A'GBIOULTUiiE AS A BUSINESS TO PAY. '.' ..'? '' BY AN OLD COLONIST. TnE'fashioh, lately not so provnlout in England, to go into, farming, as a species of amusement, or as a' change from tho other ocou'patiori of thq party concerned, still pre ' vails in the colonies. What, from tho : facility with which land can bo obtained, tho difficulty of investing spare cash in a safe and profitable) manner, mon invest in land who, under difforeht .circumstances, might nover ; . .own an aero. The earth hunger which is said ?. to afflict our race, is fully developed hero; -, :anct, when qnco a pieco of land is acquired, it ,. ,has; to, be improved in sdnio way. Wo go to ?:!.? ?.;..it;may;bc, some of the olive branches also, '. ' ' :;'iiiid:ihpchariees are .that wo are smitten with ? -?.' th.b-naturhl beauties -nnd freshness of tho ? . ? .?'.'? ..???? 'surroundings. . '. A lildng to livo there is / ; : ?' '' arouS'edi and,iri very many cases, other busi ;??. ?? ness is...

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

8¥D]VEY. fl-ROSr OCE CORRESPONDENT. '1 Matters in general in town nro nt prosont very quiot indeed, if wo deduct tho sporting and social olomont, thoro is nothing loft to talk about. Gravo old politicians, and perhaps youngor schemers, and place-hunters content themselves with discussing Sir 'Enory's reception nt home-. His opponents without oxcoption avor that ho is making a fool of himself and bringing the colonies iuto ridicule and disroputo, but cooler nnd wisor heads can soo' that; nlthough our ?Promior should innk'o an occnsionnl niindiko — to which all mortals aro liable, oven O.M.Gh. — ho is too oldaud exporioncod to commit lmniielf to aiiy courso of conduct thnt would in any way injuro th'o colonies or sully his own fnir reputa tion, lie has 'boon the guest of Dukos and J'rincos, and has boon rocoivod at Court (soino of his old frionds want to know what tho assets aro this timo), and hns indeod mot with a recep tion worthy 'of n mighty monnrch rnthor than our own bumblo Sir...

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Mature. REVENGE BY PROXY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

. .mature. , ? BEVENOE BY PROXY. Intelligent animals rarely resent the severity of a trainer who oncohaB made .them feel his power; but, that their forbearance must re quire a great deal of self-control is proved by the fact that they sometimes revenge them- ? selves upon a proxy of the tyrant, — his friend or a favorite pet. After a knout-drill some hunting-dogs have an ugly way of falling upon their comrades, or even upon their own puppies, resolved to 'tako it out' of some body. Sick horses often kick tho stable-boy by way of getting even with the farrier ; and Iremember an amusing instance of an animals, appeal tho code of tho lex talionis. During the winter season the Botanic Garden of Brussels is used by the proprietors of various peripatetic menageries :as a zoological depot, whero tho caged travellers can recuperate and enjoy the hospitality of tho eity on condition of exhibiting . their charms gratis. Sick animals often stay the year round ; and a few years ago the managers...

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ELECTRIC LIGHT GOOD FOR THE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

ELECTRIC LIGHT GOOD FOR TUB EVES. According to a {writer in the Scientific American, when electric light first began to bo used in our shops, factories, and places of amusement, it was confidently asserted by its opponents that so dazzling a light must be injurious to the oye. It appears, however, from the experiments recently made by Pro fessor Cohn, of Breslau, whose name is so familiar in connection with the investigation of color-blindness and other optical defects, tnat our eyes wm be benefited rather than hurt by the new method of lighting, and it is obvious that with incandescent olectrio light ing the advantages will be still more marked. While testing the influence of electric light on visual perception and the sense of color, Dr. Cohn' proved, he thinks, that letters, spots, and colors wero perceived at a much greator distance under electrio illumination than by gas-light, or oven daylight. Compared with daylight, the electric light increased the sensa tion of yellow sixty...

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THE BAY OF SEVEN ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

.-. TIDE JIAY OF S15VEN ISLANDS. Tho skipper sailed outof tho linrbormoutli, Leaving tho annla-blobm of tlio South I'or the ico of tub Eastern sens, In his fishing' schooner Breezo. Hnndsoino mid brnvc find young was ho, ... Anil tho maidens of Ncwlmry sighed to-sco ? His lessening whita sail fall ... -?.'.'.' XJudoi- the ecu's bhio wnll. ...'. ';; ';?' Through tho Northern Uiilf ana tlio misty screen Of the isles of Mingin nnd Mndoloiuo, '?....?' '.. ' St. Paul's mid lil.inc Snblon, ' ' : Tho littlo Broozo sniled on Backward and forward along tho shoro ; Of wild and desolate Labrador, : .-v .. .'L And found at last her way '.' , . . ? To tho seven Islands Bay. .....' Tho littlo hanilot, nestling bolow ':'.?' ' ; .: Great hills white with lingoring snow, ' With its tin-roofed clmpel stood .. ? - Hulf liiU in tho dwarf snruco wood ; ; ' ' Gieon-turfcd flower-sown, tho last outpost . Of summer upon tho dreary, .coast, : . ? . , 'With its gardons small and sparo, : , Sad in tlio frosty...

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Sketcher. THE ETHETE ON HIS TRAVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 June 1882

SUetcbey. THE iBTHETE ON HIS TRAVELS. Any European of note or of notoriety who goos over to Amerioa is suro of a hearty welcome. ?As, a' nation, -,tho Americans aro exceedingly hospitable, and they aro,' moreover, very onr ibus to see in tho flesh thoso whoso ? names are familiar to thein.' Mr. Oscar Wildo is a cognate personago, not as muoh because ho is ono of tho principal leaders of tho social and artistic movement, which goo's by tho namo of rostheticism. What that movoment is l nover exactly Know, oxcepc tnat it liau to do with lilies, sunflowers, dados, frizzy hair, clinging garments, and angular move ments. Lectures 'on rasthoticism havo never, to my knowledge, boon given in England by any of its priests, nor have its arcana boenro vcalcd except by the jeers of its opponents. In ? America they aro moro fortunate. They havo tho High Priest amongst them, and tho nows papers aro filled, not only, with his views in tho lecture room, but with his more familiar outpourings to repo...

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Miscellaneous. PHIDIAS ATHENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

f!Discenaneou0. PHtniAS ATrnSXK. To Phidias was intrusted tho highest mis sion which Attiea could oifor. This was to erect a statuo of the virgin goddess of Athens, Athene Parthenos, to bo set up hi lidr . now arid glorious shrine, the Parthenon, erected on tho wasted site of an older temple. For this, costly materials wore placod at his disposal, — goio, ivory, suver, gems ana cnoice woods, — malting its execution most complicated. A genius for grand composition was required for conceiving the wholo, an aroliitect's skill in building up tho oolossal wooden framework .tlio, carver's subtle- fanoy and lingers to givo form to tho delicate ivory, and a metalworker's knowledge in dealing with tho broad masses or elaborate finish of tho gold work. The woodeii framo-work was supported' by inserted iron stays, and without was incrusted with thin sheets o£ ivo-j', mado pliable by lire and then modeled and fitted together with consummate ?skill, its creamy color.and texture well repres entin...

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Sketcher. MY BURGLAR FRIENDS; OR, A JOURNALIST'S MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Sfteicbej; MY BURGLAR FRIENDS; on, a JOURNALIST'S MIDNIGHT ADVENTUEE. By lu. Quad. Any nowspaper roportor, or at least any attached to a daily journal, will tell you that thero are' certain seasons of tho year when people refuso to commit suicido, whon thoro aro no victims of murder, when railroad trains refuso to smash, and burglars and thioves insist on remaining inactive. No reported is required to furnish just a certain amount of matter each day, but most reporters aro ambitious to furnish all thoy can; and so when these dull times como tlio journalist takes longer tramps, writes of matters which would bo over looked in 'good times,' and does liishest to keep up tho show of local news. Years ago, when I was a member of tlio locnl staff of a Now Orleans daily, wo lmd a bnd summer of it. Accidonts woro hardly known ; few new buildings wero going up, and wo had to 'draw out' on things to mako even half a show. . Wo finally started the interviewing business. Ono of tho boys gavo tho...

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Mature. FLORIDA ALLIGATORS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

mature. TiT.nnmA AT.T.Tr-ufWRcr The alligators are mostly of tho red-eyed species, which aro noted for their siza and fe rocity, and when met on land are not much disposed to turn out of their course for any thing ; so that not many people caro to meet them in their rambles. An immoncc fellow who lay about 200 yards from the shoro al lowed us to paddle within 100 feet of him, so that I had a fine view of his vicious eyes and general ugliness. It -was fully two teat from his nostrils to his eyes, and he must have beon nearly or quite twelve feet long. As we ap 2)roached nearer he settled slowly out of sight, sinking so easily as not to causo a ripple upon the almost glassy surfaco of the waters, as lie disappeared. It seems that these strange creatures are almost as much at home on land as in the. water and, contrary to my previous understanding of their habits, they aro fre quently found a mile from any body of water, especially at night, whon they wander about from one pond or lake...

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Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Science, M. Leujsn -makes a report before the Paris Biological Society of tho effects of these articles of food, in connection with Dr. Somerie. There is a great diversity of opinion on these subjects. Some, as Trousseau and Pidoux, consider coffee an excellent diges tive. Others, on the contrary, consider it Very injurious. M. Leuen thus writes : — He mixe'd 80 grammes of coffee in 150 graiiimes of water, for a dog, which ib lulled three hours after. ! The mucous membrane of the stomach is found Dale, discolored. n.m1 rrtV»fnrmr?lvfmnvivnV The vessels on tho internal^surface, as woll as thoso in tho periphery, are contracted. There remains 145 grammes of the mixture undi gested, and the stomach digestion diminished, because the contraction of tho vessels', and the consequent ana3inio condition of the mucous membrane, prevent the Becretion of tho gastric juice. The abuse of coffee will produce dysyepsia. Thus the English and the Dutch, who drink freely both of tea and coffee, aro ve...

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STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. THE QUESTION OF SMALL VERSUS LARGE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

.: STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. THE QUESTION OF SMALL VERSUS LABGE FARMS. . BY AN OLD COLONIST. Evkiiy now and again there is discussion .aroused regarding the suitability for colonists S of what ia termed the small farm system. In . our columns also, the question has been dis ? cussed in so far as showing that many 'amongst us would bo better off if they had to look alter less land. And this did not apply : to thoso who took up, or hold country for squatting pursuits only; but to very largo numbers of the farming classes as woll. The ' gist of our experience and observation in tlio matter is that, in farming, or grazing — as tho caso is in every other business — the mail ?makes a serious mistake who tries to do more than his capital and time enable him to .' control with safety. It would be safe to go -farther, and to add that in no business is it moro necessary than in farming to confine the operations to tho area of land that can be . used with profit. Every acre a man sclects . or ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

So far as the farmers are concerned, the event of the week is tho annual general meeting of the Dairymen and Farmers' Co operative Company. The directorate has presented its first annual report. It is a very satisfactory document. Before the whole oi the nrst year ot its real existence shall have passed over, tho company's manager will probably have passed through his hands £150,000 worth of dairy and farm produce. This shows a very satisfactory appreciation of the idea of co-operation by the farmers, and it shows, that with all the crudeness of the idea the details have been well carried out by the directorate and by the manager. In our columns will be found reprint matter which is a sufficient com mentary on yesterday week's meeting at Kiama, and we now merely refer to the subject to give a word of advise to discon tented farmers. There are complaints as to certain irregularities on the part of those charged with the management. Constituents complain that some of their consignment...

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Agriculture. FALLOW LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

. Hodcultuye. FALLOW LAND. By B. W. Emerson MAoIvon, F.I.O., F.O.S., &a. Author of ' The Chemistry of Agriculture.' The great bulk of an average Boil consists of clay nnd other substances, which do not in themselves furnish anything to growing vege tatiod, and whoso functions are simply — (1). To hold the roots, and thereby keep tlieplant in its plaoe. (2). To maintain tho conditions of warmth and moisture essential to plant lifo, and — (3). To absorb and retain assimilablo j plant-food, so as to provent its being washed | out of the land by rains. Associated with tho mechanical constituents, as thoy may bo termed, aro tho substances whioh enter into tho composition of plants. Of these a small proportion exists in fnrms of combination suitable for absorption by tho roots of plants, and is preserved by the retentive power of tlio soil ; whilo a muoh larger quantity occurs in insoluble and unassiuiilablo conditions, in tho form of undecomposcd fragments of rook, mica, &amp...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

? BiWCASi 2 »TT ID Hi fLKftlt! itfC.IE . Report of Contral Shoalliavon Council in our noxt issue. On Sunday night, about 9 o'clock, a vory comploto and beautiful lunar rainbow wns ob servablo for moro than half-an -hour throughout this district. The wcathor during tho past weok lins boon cold and showorv. As a conseouonco tlio roads and stroots to and in tho various business contres aro in a bad condition. Tho steamers havo had a rough timo of it botwoon hero and Sydnoy, but tho plucky old salt, Captain Gnrdo, vontured out of Greonwoll Point on Friday, mado bis customary trip to Sydnoy, and tho same night put out for Kiama and Shoalhaven. Though tho Kamoruka liad to roturn to port tho sarno night (Friday) tho Illawarra mado her trij- to Shoalhaven.— Farmers aro busy pulling a light crop of maizo, and tho weather, which was yesterday bright and cloar, is again all in thoir favour. Presentation to Mr. John Joiinston.— On Friday, 2nd instant, some friends of Mr. J. Johnston, who for so...

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THE CIRCUS AT SQUATTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

THE CIRCUS AT SQUATTY'S. No poreon wlio visited Scjuntty's would ever imngino tlmt a tragedy could occur thero, ho unromantio woro tlio surroundings, from Squatty himsolf to tlio landscape. Anything moro ordinary- hnd prosaic, man nover saw. In tho early days, Squatty had boon a fihcphbrd on' tho banks of tho Bungoljobjork Crock, feeding his flock' on tho dreary plains of sand that 6tretchcd on either side, diver* silled hero and there with stunted timber. Tho. red gum trees on tho river banks alono looked anything liko respeotablc. When gold was found in other places, Squatty began to look about him, and discovered that tho precious metal was to bo found in tho bed of the creek. So ho sunk a liolo whilo liis sheep campcd in tho middle of the day, and was rowarded with a fair prospect. Ho at once went to tlio station, and told old Sandy M'Gripper, the squatter, that ho would bco him in a place whore ulsters would bo unsuit able, if ho would herd tho shcop any longor. And sucli was t...

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Greenwell Point Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Ctrecimcll Point Slcgatta Cltil-. TlIE settling-up in connection with tho annual rosatta of tlio abovonamed club was hold adjoining Host Dovlin's hotel, Groonwoll Point, last night weok. Mr. Aloxandor M'Loan, tho prosidont of tho club, occupicd tho chair, and Captain Brodio tho vice-chair, nnd amongst tho others present wo noticed Captain Bishop, pilot, Crookhavon Heads, Captain Buchanan, Captain Donald, Messrs. S. Richardson, secretary, R. Abordeon, troasuror, James Konnody, Frith, cluof officer ' Illawarra,' R. Looming, A. M. M'Loan, P. W. Hall, H. Hodgkinson, G. Armstrong, J. and W. Wilson. Tho dinner, which in ovory way did Hostess and Host Dovlin groat credit, having been dis cussed, the Chairman proposed tho customary loyal toasts whioh wero drank with much enthusiasm. The Captain Strong Cup, a most haadsoino nnd valuablo trophy was then pre sented to W. Wilson, of Comoroug, nmid much cheering. Tho Chairman complimented Mr. Wilson upon his success fas an oarsman and a boat-bui...

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GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

GRIT. A story of tho past nnd presont; of Ordi 1 . nary men nnd Ordinary tilings, in Ordi nary languago. 11 Bo suro thy sin will And theo out.' . ? BY DONALD CAMERON. ; ? author. or 'in tiik roi.DS of tiih ' SII.VBnWATKIl 11HND,' UTO. : - It is ft l-oautifnl belief : iXImt.orcribund'uiir lioiul ' ? Are hovorin'g, oivanrcl wings, . Tlio spirits of tlio (load. v ? . OIIAPTEB X.V — (continued.) Hcctor'8 friends and supporters wore per- i fectly aware of tho kind intentions of ? tho 6tlier fraction, and thoy resolved to meat tliem in thoir tactics lmlf- way. Whcn^thorefore, tlio first rush was made, the Macinnis party closed round tho devoted Standstills. This, .however, did not prevent tho latter from 'gain ing tho platform. Instantaneously tho chair- ' man, tlio rcspcctcd Bunaluim, was whirled off liis seat, tho representatives of tlio Trumpet iiiul Star (tlio opposition journal) sent undor the' table, and oven tlio candidate , hustled to tiie extreme end. In a moment all 'was con fus...

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Mr. Roseby at Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Mr. ISoseby at Shoalhaven. Last week we gave an epitome of Mr. Roseby's speech at tho Band Hall, Nowra. On that occa sion, the member for Shoalhaven gavo expres sion to his opinions on tho legislation of tho last session, etc. : and as a mattor of courso, thero was little difference between what ho said at Nowra and tho other places. At some places, he enlarged slightly on what had been pre viously stated by himself, but in tho main the pith of the hon. member's opinions was given in our issue of last _ Thursday. We, however, givo a notico of his addresses throughout the electorate. On Monday, the 29th ultimo, Mr. Rosoby addressed a considerable number of electors at Cambowarra, where he was recoived with muoh enthusiasm. — On Tuesday, notwith standing, tho wet weather, tho hon. member braved the strom and addressed a largo gathering of his constituents at Broughton Creek. — On the same day he mot tho electors at Kangaroo Valley, whereho was also well received. — At Burrior the cons...

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Poetry. AN OLD SAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

[?] AN OLD SAW. BY DELIA TlIAXTlJIt. A'dcar littlo limid cnnio stripping out In tlio glad new day. with a merry shout ; With dancing fcot and with Hying lmir Slio Sling with joy in the morning air. 'Don't fling boforo breakfast, you'll cry beforo night.' What ft croak, to darkon tho child's delight 1 And tho stupid old num!, again and again, llopoatod tho ancient, dull refrain. I'llo child paused, trying to understand ; But hor oycH saw tho great world rainbow*, spanned; . ; Hor light littlo feet lmrdly touohed tho earth, And hor soul hriimnod over with innocent mirth. ' Never mind — don't listen — 0 swoot littlo nniid , Mako fiuro of your morning song,' I said; ' And if pain must meet you, why, nil tho inoro ; Bo glad of tho rapturo that cornea boforo. ? ;' ' 0, tears aud sorrow aro plenty enough, Storms may l-o bitter and paths may bo rough ; But our tears should fall liko tlio dear - earth's Bhowors. . ; That help to ripon tho fruit and flowors. ' So gladden tho day with you blis...

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Nowra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Kowra Muiiicigtal Council. TnE usual fortnightly mooting of tho abovo Council was hold at tho Council Chambers, Nowra, on Tuosday last, at 7 p.m. Present, tho full Council, oxcopting Alderman Hunt, who was indisposed. Tho minutos of previous moot ing woro road and confirmed. Tho chairman of the Finance Committee brought up a report, recommonding paymont of tho following itoms, aud it was adopted:— F. Sidnoy, £4 4s Od ; maize for horse, £1 ; T. Barrott, £3 12s; R. Chidloy, £3 12s; valuators, £S 8s ; Bourne & Co., £7 8s; F. Mooro, £15. — Tho Mayor reported tho result of tho appeals at issuo. Tho Mayor roportod that ho had according to instructions waited on Mr. Solicitor Bichards to retain him as solicitor and gonoral logal advisor to the Council. Tho Mayor statod tho nnnual sum that Mr. Richards would accept. Tho verbal report was adopted, and it was docidod to givo Mr. Richards his appointment under seal. — With roforouco to tho closing of tho Roman Catholic Cemotory, at tho...

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