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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

? Holloway's . Ointjcest axd Pius.— Pistulas, pilos, excoriations, and strictures aro spoodily relieved and ultimately romovod by applying this Ointmout aftor fomentation with warm water. . Persons suffering from thoso seourgos of the human frame should arrost their progress at ?: oneo, for it is both insidious aud rapid;. Pistulas, if long allowed' to go unchocked, not only woakon tho norvous systom bnt destroy lifo. The sooner tlie3o inestimable reniodios aro used , the more certain is success, yet none uood despair ; hopeless cases havo .likewise yielded, and tho suiTorer'beon saved a painful death. In oxcoriations a few applica tions of this healing, Ointmont oil'oct a euro, ?whilo -the Pills, conjointly with it,. aro ospocially boneficial. in relaxing aud romoving. strictures, whatever their situation or duration. — Adv. Tiie Man who Vends oi Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk, by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge moots at Nowra, June 8, 1882, at 7 p m.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

1&SsrarcS&- Ellnwnrru. tetcum RI«.viifl[niiu» , (!oiii]»any. , r . TIHH TA1SJ7H. . ' :V. Tiom Gvcouwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m: ; Thuralay, Point. ? ? I ' 8 a.m. FATiF.S Cabiii9 1 ,2fl-s ; Ketanrai (Caljln), ? 30h5, . : i-. ?/?.-?? '? V- '... ;R.,,MANNiNa,; ;; ' , :lr h ? ? *v , Mnn'ngor. JEngltoli -: Sc'oMtsIi' «imI jiMutoaMniii ' rnHB BUSINESS of this BANK will,' for tlio- ; j. iuluro 1)0 conducted m tlio N.ICW PHlil- .. 3\0 SES in Kingliorn-slroot noxt tliol'rosbytoriim' church. 1 ROBT. PINLAYSON. Manager. . : Nowra, 12tli January, 1SS1. LANGLBY, . . „.:co3s»a:avnxssxojsr. „, . : ?- - 'i ' ? AM) PRODUCE ' AtaEf^T, ?- TJSMANTA&JjCSt §? FRUIT DEPOT, ( .r,-.. ' 02 SXJSSHX-STltEET, ?- ? ?: ? ' .YPN E Y . ? 1 10BEET MIIKIEJOHM, ; f Late '1'lmrne and MeiklejoJm,J .- 1 Commission Agent, j ' ' SUSSEX STBEET, .' ; j Bo two on King and Market Stroota, . r ? ? -.- SYDNEY.- t MWIEI AID mWJE, 1 i Commission Agents, ? '? : . 103, Sussex. Stjiee-i', . ? « : . ' SYDNEY. 1 ' ehjb...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

1o Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir papor regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at the office of this papor. ~ 7 DEATH. Ibeis. — May 28, at his residonco, Nowra, Now South Wales, Carl Ibols, Professor of Music and Languages, native of Nouss, Germany. Aged 29 years. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1882.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar for June. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

'Weekly Calendar for June. Phases of the Moon. Full Moon ? 2nd, at 6.37 a.m. Last quarter . . 9th, at 3.14 a.m. New .Moon .. 16th, at 4.38 a.m. First quarter. . 24th, at 4.6 p.m. (-J— StrN— ^ Highwator atShoal . ? 'feises. Sots. ? havon Honds. ? n. M. n. m. '' A. m. p. M. 8 7 1 4 56 12 25 12 48 9 7 2 4 56 1 15 1 41 10 7 2 4 56 2 15 2 48 11 7 3 4 56 3 36 4 4 12 7 3 4 56 4 42 5 .20 13 7 4 4 56 5 53 6 26 14 7 4 4 56 6 54 7 21

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Archibald Forbes on Scotchmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

An*cMX»aS'.l- ®'orI»es «aa ScutcStmesj. :;. At a banquet given him on tha2Gth ultimo, in ? Sydney, by, the Highland Soci^',^t[r. Porbos, tho . famous war. correspondent, - must havo quite - tickled: the fancy of his countrymon presont by his humourous- remarks , regarding Scothmen; His ant roforonco to tho ' Daughters of Moab,'. who only, tho day previously had- caused- such angry dissontions - in ' the' Anglican Synod; also: added much to the jocularity. of his allusions.; Mr. Porbos said, , ?As a gonoral. principle ho looked. upon Scotch men: as the salt of the; earth — (laughter)— and thorofore it was incumbent upon them to act up to tlio principle that they should go forth into other lands,, and: to ondeavour to do tho best they could for - tlioso unhappy countries where .Scotclimon woro-not indigenous. - (Daughter and: cheers.) Ho. thought there was ono. thing they. would;1 obsorve— or ;. rather: two ;. things— tho'.- peculiar - onorgj' with which- Scotchmen retain' their; nati...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Co-operative Butter Company. The Armies of Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

MUSCEBiljAKnEOlJS. TTlie Co-o|-pra(ii c Butter t'oniiiimy. Tiie first animal mooting of tho shareholders of tlio South Coast and West Camdon Co-opcrativo Butter company (limited) for tlio olootion of directors, was hold in Kiama on Wednesday afternoon last. An application had boon mado for permission to hold tho mooting in tho Court liouse, but - this boing rofused by tho Bonch of Magistrates, tho Tomporanco Hall was secured for tho purposo ; and notwithstanding tho un favourable weather, a great uumhor of share holders from far nnd noar put in an nppoaranco. Mr. D. L. Dymock, chairman, opened tho mooting;by. reading tho advoiitisqtaoiit notifying that ? such was to bo hold ; Jiud thqn requested that as tho mcoting was only for sharoholdors of ? :tlio Company, any porsons who woro not sliaro i holders would irotiro: Tho chairman thon road' tho. first annual roport and balanco shoot for tho' poriod onding 30th April; 1882. -i.,.-... . -r ' ' REPORT. . - ' Tho directors -of.-tlio Sout...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

-C-u-a£aitiB£:i-uii.'&S! 33D4-iSaa^'«iiaa5e. S«u4!i Coast smmH West Ca«MnSeim.,Co-. ' «yera4ive €omnpamy (ilitiijitejE). .'w: Sydney Market Pjuces. Below wo givo gonoral quotations. -- : £ s. d. £ s. ' d. Butter, host, por lb . 0 2 0 to 0 0 0 Ditto, seconds ditto. . 0 10,, 000 ditto, uifonor .... 0 1 0 „ 016 Bucon, diLto .... 0 0.8 ,, 0 0 81 Ditto heavy andrough 0, 0 4 ,, 0 0 7 .Clieeso, ditto ? . O.'O ,8- ' 0.- 0 9 Ditto 2nd and iuforior 0 0 6,', 0 0 7 Pigs, por lb ? 0 0 y4 „ 0 0 5 Calvos, ditto ' ? oX\ 0. \, 10 0 Hides, por lb ? °VQ\3\v!\ 0 0 0 Calfskins, each'. 0 r G 000 Tallow, poi ton 23 _ 0 0 -, 28 0 0 , Mai70, por bushol . . 0,o9 ,,v 0 0 0 Whoat, poi bushel 0 5 6,, 0 6 0 Bailoj , (English) 0 '1 3 ,, 0 4 9 Ditto, (Capo) ditto 0 4 6 ,, 0 4 9 Oats, ditto . .«. ? 0 3 10 „ ? 0 4 3 Uay (oaton) por ton..- 8 0 0 ,, 10 0 0 Ditto (lucerno) ditto. . 8,0. 0 ,, 10 , 0',r'o, ?Potatoos (imp) ditto1 5 .0, 0 . 6' 0 0', Fowls, per pair ? ?() 2f 6 ,, '0, 3 ,6 Ducks, ditto ? '0.3 0 0, -t...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable Intelligence. London, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

[?] ( From the Svilneu I'ttvcrs.) ? Loudon. Juno 2. In, tho Houso of Commons to-day Sir Oharles Dillco, - Undor-Socrotary for Foreign -Affairs, stated' that ho Inid reason to boliovo tlmt all tho Powors.who, bad, boon invited would accopt thot proposahof Franco and England. to assomblo' ill couforonco foiv tlio purposq of considoring and dealing with tho Egyptian crisis. Sir Oharlos Dilko furthor stated : that tho Govo'minont had recoived 'information ; to ? tho -?'effect ?: that - onrtk works woi'o in coureoiof boing , eroded at Alox-^ andria by Egyptians, and addod that tlio Oabinot - woro.in communication with and consulting Sir F. Soymour, tho Admiral of tho oombinod fleot, With regard thoroto. Sir Honry Paukos, during his visit to Bir mhiglmm, wua ofton publicly asked wliothor the: colony of rNow South Wales chorished any de sire or idea' to ' sot up shop for itself.' Sir Honry Pai-kos oxprossed surpriso at tho:ques ? tion, and trusted tlmt the ties existing botwoen tho colonio...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

WANTED, an APPEENTICE to tho print-1 ing trado. Apply at tho offico of this paper. XTT ANTED a Str- ig YOUTH to delivor beof, Vt and mako/l ilisolf usoful, generally. JAMES WILSON Co., Broughton Creek. WANTED a fiiiet/ class BUGGY BODTS MAKER,. Jbite to GEOllGE THOW SON, Nowra. May»/f, .1882. QN and after this difto any, 'CATTLE found' TBESPASSING^'ou Wollomia Ilun will bo imnoundfid. : ' A 7 / e. s. nowE, 18th July, 1881. -1 ( ?' I?Su4«Ba. A HANDICAP PIGEON -MATCH, ' for Silver Xjl 'Cup, will tftlai/ulace at Jorvis Bay, in connootion with the//\J|u;h of tho now schoonor on SATURDAY, Ji/io 17. Distanco to rango from 21 to 28'-' yards.. !Matchos for swoops will also bo mado up. JAMES DENT. , TFo E5.«a«l ^ rj^ENDEllS will bo received at tho rosidonco JL- : of the undor.sigued up to NOON, on li'llIDAY, tlio 16th iirftant ior repairs to road, Jorvis Bay to TotnolftA;,: and.constriielion and ropair of sovoral culfl!n5i- All paiticulars rauj/ bo obtained by application to tho undersigned....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Messrs. Finlay and Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

. Messrs. MisBay nml Co .'s ESeymrt. ? ? Fat Cattlo; — Tho- markot continues good for boat quality, irrespective of weight. Tho .trade, -is vory lightly supplied with socond-class boef. .A small draft of young half-conditionod Bteors oft'ored - on . Wodnesday brought fully 18/r per 100 lbs-. : Wo sold, ou account of A. G. Hutli waito, Esq.-, 20 light bullocks at £5 2/6 ; and quoto best quality at 20/- por 100 lbs., medium ? 16/- to IS/-. Storo Cattlo.— The demand for this olass or stock is much brisker, especially for. woll- grown: 4 to 6 years old bullucks, which may bo quotod , at from 60/- to 65/- ; second class, 50/- to/55/- iv cows from 25/- to 30/-.'* Wo sold, on account of: S. Emanuol, Esq., 5 mixed- Polled Angus cattle, at £10 por lioad. ? Fat Skoop. — None in tho markot on Wednes day. 52 lb, wethors aro worth 10/- to 10/6 ; lightweights, 8/- to 9/-. Store Sheep. — About -1000 yardod,., 2000- of whioh wero Manaro slioop, which wo , sold on l account of tho Hon. Charlos Oampb...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cousins. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

| Coiinins. (jOne day, as I glanced down the columns of a j daily newspaper, tho following obituary notico jjittracted my attention: — 'Died, on tho 2nd . Ipnstant, at Pascoe-street. Williamstown. Anne, |tho beloved wife of Georgo Bunting, and daugh ter of Richard Neodham, Shilohoop, Bolpor, Derbyshire, England.' In Australia, and living' near a seaport, my ideas of ' h-mUmj' was rafchor limited, and did not extend beyond the signal flags flying from the shipping. More than twenty years had passed sinco I loft the old home country^ and I was noarly acclimatized, past remembering, tho old associations of my youth. But, was not my father's sister Hannah married to ono, J oseph Bunting ? and in the ? heart of that pretty midland county ; then what more likely than this? that the said George Bunting was their son, and in that case, he was may cousin Ho might bo well off, and worth looking up, and a little cousinly sympathy ' would do him eood. The next fine day I took a seat in the tram...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

[?] [moil our correspondent.! The Chamber of Commerce has plungod head long into the wharf question, and has inter viewed tho Government, or rather Sir John Robertson, Mr. Watson, and Mr. Laokey. The usual answer has been received : It will be submitted to the Cabinet who will give tho wishes of tho deputation every consideration. jvir. item, Jtt.i ., in introducing tho deputation, made a speech quite in keeping with tho occa sion, and pointed out in rather a pugnant way, that according to high authority the progress of tho colony during the noxt decade would far exceed that of the last, and therefore tho Government, by whoso instrumentality this was to come to pass, should make provision for the shipping of so great a port. Tho authority, it need hardly be montionod, was tho ' poor wandoring ono,' Honry IX. The Hon. S. A. Joseph followed, and pointed out that the Government at prosont were large wharf pro prietors, and should sot a good example to other wharfingers in the way of de...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
household. RECIPES. HOW TO APPLY THE SODA REMEDY IN BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Ifeousefoolb. RECIPES. HOW TO AITIiY TIIE SODA 1IEMBBY IU DPJUCS A TO SOAI.DS. It is now many yoars ago (seo tho London j\[etlical Gazette of March, 1811) that tho author of this paper, whilo engaged in somo investigations as to tho qualities and ollects of tho alkalies in inflammations of tho skin, ifcc., was fortunate onough to discover that a salino lotion, or saturated solution of the bioarhonated soda in either plain water or camphorated water, if applied speedily, or as soon as possible, to a burned or scalded part, was most effectual in immediately relieving tho acuto burning pain ; and when tho burn was only superficial, or not severe, removing all pain in tho courso of a vory short time j having also tho vory great advantage of cleanliness, and, if applied at once, of pre venting tho usual oonsequonccs — a painful blistering of tho skin, soparation of tho epidermis, and porhaps moro or less of sup puration. For this purpose, all that is necessary is to cut a pieco of lint, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FLY-WHEEL CAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

A 1'I.Y-WlIEEIj oat. A wniTE cat which, was about 'Winchester's shop was missed recently. In tho forging de partment of . tho drop shop in on upright on- ' gino whoro tho blowing is dono. for tlio forges., Tho othor morning tho man Htartod his on gino, and looking about tho wlicol ho . noticed something on tho fiy-wlieol. Tho wheel was making a great number of revolutions por minntc — going so fast that tho spokes woro invisible?, Ho (lid not mako out what it was 'jut. paid no particular attontion to it, as ho thought it was tho sun shining on tho wheal C41ancing that way occasionally, ho noticed tho samo thing several times. Ho started tho engine at 7 o'clock, and at about 9.80, notic ing tlio object a^ain on tho wheel, ho thought ho. would stop tlio engino and seo what it was. IIo stopped it and got ovor whoro it was,' and found it was a whito cat clinging to tho wheel. Thero tho cat had been hanging on for two hours. Ho took tho cat down and it had be como cross-eycd. Ho put tho ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

MISCEIiIiASfEOTLJS. A TEr/EEAliAM from Adelaide, to tho Enho, dated Monday, says : — James Hugh Sinclair, solicitor, of Port Adolaido, was to-clny chargod with disturbing tlio sorvico of tho Salvation Army. it appoars that ho called out offensive romarks, and nftor being ejected repeatedly returned. Ho wag couimittod for trial, bail boinc allowed. An Explosive Pokeii. — An oxplosion occur cd in a houso in town (says tho Ilohart Mercury) which should provo a warning to porsons gono rally to bo careful how thoy use harmloss look ing articlos thoy know littlo abont. A pieco of iron was used pnkor-wiso to thrust in tho kitchon firo, and being left, thoro for a short timo an explosion followed, which did considor oblo damago to tho iiregrato and cooking-rango. , It appoars tho pioco of iron was a whaling bomb onco which had lain in tho house-yard for yoars, until turnod to uso as a pokor. ». A ' DUTCJt AUOTItHf ' NOT AST AUOTION.— On Saturday last an interesting caso was decided 011 proh...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRICELESS THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

THE PRICELESS THINGS. Thoso nro vulgar things wo pay for, bo thoy stones : ? for crowns of Icings, p Whilo tho prccions and tho poorlcss aro unpriced . . symbolic-things. , r Common dobts nro scored aiid cancollod, woighod v w - ? v. and moasnred out for gold j v k I3nt' tho dobts from mon to agQs, tlioir account is;' , v novor told. 1 ' Always nee, tho noblest nations keop their' iliighcst ? prizo unknown ; ? J Chioronoft's marblo lion frownod abovo unlottored stono. 4 Marathon and Balaclava,*— who shall moto^tho* - * worth of theso ? , r , * * Shall wo huxtor with our lifeboats that'dofy. the v leaping seas? « t, i' ?- « Ah, tho Greeks know ! Como thoir victors Honored . from tlio sacrcd games, - ' Undor nrchos red with rosos, flushed to hoai^ thoir , ? shouted names. ; * Soo thoir nativo citioB tako thom, breach* tho rwall to ninko a gato 1 - # 'What supremo roward is thoirs wlio bring such lion- - ors to their stato ? ? - I11 tho foriun stand thoy proudly, tako thoir^prizes - . ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
humour. GOING TO BED MAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

Ifoumour. OODJO TO DED MAD. - ' feay- my dear (' roared Mr. Spoopendyko, as ho dashed into tho room and fell into a chair,' ' did you know that that section of a stove pipe, with bandy legs and a Presbyterian steeple nose, had published a book about you and mo ?' ' No 1' exclaimed Mrs. Spoopendyko. 'You don't toll me 1 Is it anvtliinc like Unnnlo™ Bonaparte orossing tho Alps ?' 'No I' it ain't anything liko Napoleon Bona parte crossing the Alps 1' snorted Mr. Spoopen dyko. ' And it ain't anything liko Julius Han nibal crossing- tho Hellespont ! Nor it ain't anything about Queen Victoria I It's about ?you and mo, I toll you 1 It's all about our pri vate lifo, and the idiot always represents mo as going to bed mad!' ' I don't think that there's anything in our private lifo to be ashamed of,' said Mrs Spoop endyko, ' and as to your going to bed mad you generally do don't you, dear?' '' ^ hat if I do ?' howled Mr. Spoopendyko. S poso I want to go to bed on every news Btand m tho country...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dubbo Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 8 June 1882

The Dubbo Drought   The fearful effectss of the drought in tho Dubbo district aro commented on by a correspondont of - the Argus, who. describes himself ' as a sufferer by drought 30 years ago;'. In tho courso of his observation he says ' ' I know of two stations on which the breeding ewes numbered 50.000;. and every lamb dropped had -to be destroyod; in ordor, if possible, to save the lives of the mothers. Whon at is considered that within a radius of 100 miles around Dubbo things are in a similar. condition, the - immense, loss. of stock can hardly, bo estimated. Your correspondent states, that tho probable loss- in the district should the drought continuo, will likely bo 1,200,000 sheep, which means a loss of i'90,000 or £100,000 in wool alone. His estimate is vory low indoed, for at a moderate calculation oach sheep may bo creditod with producing in a fair nverngo season os worth of wool, which for the number namod roaches tho largo amount of £300.000, whilst any sh...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

% Novelist. ;v GRIT, , A Story oftho Past and Present; of Ordi nary, mon and Ordinary things, in Ordi nary languaijOj ' 33o suro thy sin will find thco out.' BY DONALD CAMERON. AUTIIOIl OF ' IN TIIH FOLDS plf TUB SHItl'EKT,' ,, -' Bn,vi;nw.vTF.n dkni), I'.TO.' ; . It is a beautiful belief : .. '? That ovor round our liomt Aro hovoring on angel wings, , v ? The spirits of tho doiul. OHAPTBll . XIX — (ooxtikuhd). ? Many in tho crowd could road Obadiah liko a book, nnd thoroughly understood that lio was a hypocrite, but thoir foolings woro so .?. worked up that oven tho most irroveront amongst thom could not rofrain joining in ?iiv j)rayor. It was theroforo a strango picture, ' this multitudo on their knees, and tlio sun rising in tho oust, gilding tho machinery and , : changing tho oolums of smoko into . wreaths ot snow. But hardly had Obadiah lifted his ? voico when Spot, who had been on tho wntcli all tho time, uiadp a dnrt, arid1 seizing the apostlo by ,tho leg, made liim spring a ...

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