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"Poetry. SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

[?] SHADOWS. , ??. Tub moon a light-hung world of gold, : »r v. -? Low-drooping, palo, and phantom-fair; v : Tho froflh pomp of tho summer leave*?, v.; . And fragrance in tho breathing air. JV;': Boncath tho troos flat silhouettes, . .. Mnto idiot Hlmpns tliat shun tho light, . ? 'it.- Woird crooMcueod things, a itcklo crow, . * . ,- \ ? ?.Alio rusnubs cnuuron oi tno ingiit. In idlo vaennt pantonumo I'V.; Thoy nod nnd nod for ovormoro, ? And clutch with aimless lluttoring hands, With thin black hands, tho lcaf-strcwn floor. / ; Quivoring, Wftvoring thero forovor, ^ v . ;jVv- . ? ??'?On tho bright nnd silent ground ? ?.'? Meshed and tanglod thero togotlier, ? .Whilo tho rolling earth goes round. , ' ' And tho gold-tinged aory ocoau 1 ??&, Kipplos lightin many a hreezo : ? 1 O'er tho sweet-orcathed purjdo lilac, ??.??'? . O'or tho tall and slumbering trees. Hut comes tho dawn, ' ? ? ? Tho spoil is dono ; , Weird spirits floo . ?* '*,? ? ?? . ?. At riso of sun. '

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

i - 'No pout up'Utica contracts our powors ' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluable preparation of modern times, for its salos a.ro not confincd to any particular splioro, butoxtond ovor all ^tho quarters ox tho globo. Orders aro boing. constantly rocoivod from i-omoto sections, and its export constitutes ono of tlio staples of our trade; Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of- its ' ciirativo proportio3 'have' beoii translated into all la nguages, and thoro is no^ ' portion of tho' ?world where UdolphoV/olfo'a Scliiodam Aromatic Schnapps is iiot kiibwn.— AiVv. :?? . ' ' '' ? '- Dew of the Atrs.— The world outsido of Europe having disooveroil that this palatable tonic liquor is'tiio finest invigorant oxtant, tho demand for itin tho West Indies, South Aniiji-ica and Australia .'has literally1 bocomo onormous. It is strango for hundreds of years so wonderful an appbtizor and stoinachic should, havo: boon tiers, and the thanks of millions^ aro duo to Messrs. M. Moss ..and (pp....

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An Agricultural Creed. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Abb Afra'ScwEdMcjiil \ The following ' ngribultnrnl croed is givon; in; tlip Richmond- I'htnfcr ? antl farmer. : ? 1.. Do not cultivate pour land. It is a fooblo motliPiV which can givo no sustonnnco.-, 2.. If your land is poor, you must limit: tho. area of cultivation to yoin; ability to umnuro — lot- it bo ovor so littlo— nnd you will bp tlio gainor by it. 3. Esort yoursolf to pro duce mauuro pn tlio farm.; Such manuro is tho Hour that makes tlio loaf, and a com morcial fertiliser is only a loavon to it. Homo mado manures cost sonio labour, but littlo monoy,, whilo . commorcial.- -fertilisers, will bring you in dobt, and aro a kind of food which mother earthy Cannot entirely' rely and fatten upon. VWeViro not thoir enemy, but aotivo friend when judiciously used, and can bo had without too groat a strain on tlio farmers' credit.-. 4. Bring to tho aid of your manuro pilo groon vorduro of grass, from which livo stock can bo fed. 5. Koep as much stock as can bo woll fed ; for this add...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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FOR THE FARMER. A Co-operative Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

i ?.?' /f©ss -jraa]s FAK?.'3iai8. A ? Co-©pev;iiJ via Sxpca-ihierit. ?; '. The first annual roport of tho (South ' Coast and AVost Camdon Co-oporativo Company, limitod, which was submitted last Wodnesday to a mooting of shareholders is worthy of something moro than tho sharo of attention which ordinarily is accordod to tho statements usually submitted -by : companies engaged in commorcial pursuits. It . is a succinct account of tlio.result of thafc which was 12 months ago roganlod as a l-athor risky oxporimont— that of farmers selling their own produco in Sydnoy, instoad, of trusting it as-: had .''boon tho custom for mnny yoars to agonts. The roport shows vory clearly that tho risks woro not so great as apprehended, and that aftor a trial of 10 months tho company is in a much bettor position than when tho capital was first subscribed. Tlio report contains tho following passage Tho Company has sold for its constituents consignments to tho amount of £125,000 ; have 743 rogular shippo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

TTo ©nr S5!«-5eril».prs. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not rocoiving thoir paper regularly, will' obligo by .promptly communicating' tho' fact to the pro-, prietor, at tlio office. o£ this paper.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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A Duck Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

[?] SrEAJUNO of duck-sliooting: on- St'. Clair Elats, sighed: an old 'American-' oitizon, as lie took a seat in a gun storo tho othor day, I; 'do : not 1 think tliorej are' as many birds up tliero as thoro wero;.tb'n or. fif toon yoars ago. ?iWhv, sir, tlio channol used to bo just black .^ith? tlioiii, and thoy woro so tamo that you could knock thoni on tho head. Everybody sighed to think tlioso' good old days and duck 'could no vor return, and tho veteran hunter continued. I rcmembor I wns out ono day in- April. I got in among tlio bipeds; and how many do you think I coutitod ? 'threo, hundred,-, ventured ono! ; of the uudionco aftor a long silence. Throo hundred ! wlij' I counted over a thousahd every' time I wont out.. No, sir ;; I couiitod over sixtoon thousand .great, ' big', f at,-, plump, dolicious ??? ducks, - and then I - had counted only thoso on one sido of tho boat ! How long did it tako you to ? I do not kuow sir ; I had no watch with mo. Timo is nothing to a man counti...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

; II I It T E . . I M'Lean. — On tho 31st May, nt her residence, Lochlomond- Cottago, Purling Road, Bnl ? main, tlio wife of Robert M'Lean, of .a son, ?prematurely. ? . B9 E A. T Elf. M'Lean — Juno 7th, Duncan Archibald, infant son of'Robert and Jessie M'Lean, Darling ?' . Road, Balmain. ... ..0 ?. ''TSCE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY; JUNE i5;,i882..

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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The Late Rev. Dr. Lang. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Tlic ff^ato fltev. 35r. ^aiiy,. As a froo and impartial hittor'all round, Dr. Lang was tho truost kind of a succoss ovor soon in any of the colonios. Ho.wugcd porpotual war ^n bunkum of nil shades and colours. And that, too, long aftor ho had mnc\o thu biggogt kind of 'rbputation, and might liavo rostod upon his laui'ols. But tho doctprhitouttotho end.; Tlio hoad of anything smacking of tlio fraudulont or srioaking had onlj' to show itsoll, aiid tho noctoi s waddy was down on it. No Irishman at Donny - brook or anywiioro olso ever- struck moro fvcoly 'oh foo or friond. But tho doctor is doad ; and heforo his time. . Had ho bcon moro caroful of himsblf,' possibly his momory would notinow ho in danger of boing forgotton. Thoro is an effort afoot, I am told, to got up a mbmoiialior tho Croniwollian old colonial, who died as poor as a Church mouse, and whoso relict had too much of :liis spirifc .to accopt any dolo from the, public purse. 'Woll,' thp Vnit-d ' of,' Tantalus ' can,-.bo got...

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HUSTLE THEM IN. Dedicated to the Five-cent Lodging-houses. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

HUSTLE THEM IN. Dedicated yto' the {Five-edit Lodging-houses!'. DY WILI, CAllLETON; ' , , -X^' ? : ' Hustlo tlicni in, jostlo thom in, Many of nation,- and divers of kin, 1 ? Sallow; and yollow, and tawny of skin— Hustlo them, bustle tlicm, jostlo thom inl Ilandfnla of withered but suffering clay, Swept from tho enst by oppression away ; Baffled adventurers, conquered and pressed Back from the gates of tho glittering West: . ' Men who havo struggled 'gainst Destiny's frown ' Inch after inch, till sho hunted tlicm down ; Men who with indolence, folly, and guilo Carelessly Blighted Prosperity's smilo. Scores in a tier — pilo them up horo — ' Many of peoples and divers ot kin ; Drift of tho nations, from far and from riearj '. .TTnKt.le f.lipm linstln flipm inqtln tlipni in 9 Islands of greon, mistily scon, Hover in visions thoso sleepers between ; . r Beautiful memories, cozy and clcan, ' Rcstfully precious, and sweetly serene, ; Womanly kisses have softened tho brow ; Lying in drunke...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

\ At most of his political meetings through out tho electorate, during the past week or two, tho member for Shoalhaven 'expressed .. himself clearly enough to show that he is de sirous as, he states, to do the greatest good for the greatest number. If this is the case there is one matter, regarding which Mr. Eoseby majr do, 'sigfltf service and confer a sub ? et'ahftal boon on this community. In many - ways the country electorates are heavily handicapped as compared with the v electorates of the metropolis in the sub stantial advantages of good government. Mr. Rosoby himself struck the keynote, pressed the main spring, when he described tho begging process which it is necessary to undertage in order to get for the country v. its dues in tho way of public expenditure. Conscious of the disparity between expondi ture in. the metropolitan — or ministerial — electorates, and that in the country districts, ? ? provincial electorates endeavour, when such are in the field, to return. local ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Cardinal Manning on Local Option. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

jCaffdlnilvr'SlaMiilBiiigr' '.oh-'fliocal A DEJtOKSTKATlON in f avour of ,' f local option .was held in the Eorestors'Hall, Clorkonwell Eoad. So groat was tho demand' for: admit-, tanco that an ovorfiow : mooting had to be held in lower hall of tlio same building. .. Sir A. Lusk; M.E., occupied tho cliair..: Cardinal Manning moved tho first resolution, as fol lows : ' That this mooting is convincod that tlie licensed liquor traffic is.. the groat. pro- moter of those ;natioual:::ovilsswhioh;-:the' Prime Ministor has declared-to-be oquabin: magnitude to tho combined results of war, pestilouco, and; famine; , and, ^ tiler sf or o most earnestly urges ? upon ^ -liim - . the pressing necessity for Hor Majesty's Govern-: niont, without furthor dolay, initiating legis lation which shall entrust local- communities with the power of protecting themselves from tho traffic in thomamiortwice recommendod by tho vote of tho Housp 6f Gommons.' His Eminonce remarked that tho resolution sunply asko...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

[?] We bog to invito tho attention of roadors to ?Mr.- B. Brown's furniture sale, at Nowra ; and to Mr. John Stewart's salo of Mr. Geo. Davis' land and household furniture, etc. '? The meeting of the A. &? H. Association, which was to havo taken place last Thursday, lapsed, for want of a quorum, tho rain being so heavy as to discourage attendance. '?[ The' Presi dent, the see., and live members attended. The Shoalhaven District Court will be hold before his Honor JudgeM'Farland, next Satur day. ? There are only four ...cases set down for hearing, liut it is probable that none, of these will be defended. . ? ? BomaBerry Boad;— Tho formation ? of the ?road from Hayes' store, at Bomaderry, to Nowra Bridge has, we loam, at last been 1st to Mr. T. Connolly, juu. Tho contract time and figures of contract we suppose aro 'liofficial ' secrets, but when Sir ''Enry' comos ''omo' anil Parliament meets, 'all hidden things will be revealed.' The business transacted at the Central Shoal h...

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Ascent of Ben Nevis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Ascent' ofi' li«n IV«vaN. ,On' 'Mfir'clv :21; Mr. Cloniont L. Wraggo, jE.li.Gi.Si, and Mr. Pl^ili]i Egorton AVarbur !ton, of Australia, asco^ulod Bon Novis. They; StooK 'CJdlin Canioron, tlfo^uido, with tlium,, [and: also Mr.; Wraggo's liugo dog'EanzQ.. ;Attho hoiglit of 1000 feot tlioy- halted' ifoiV itho;first.timo, ',aud iouiid tlio temporaturq i45;4;at 7.10 a.m., with heavy drizzling.rain. iAi iiop jfoot thoy saw ,a livQ frog,;aiid:-ftt 'this samo altitudo oxpbrienqod tho first ' ' tails ' and fibres of tlio cloud fog, About (1740 foot thoy got^o first sight of the great whito mountain ; its^^^Vavinos could not ihow. bo' distinguished becriuso of the immenso Iquantity., of ! snow, which lay in them :,and on tlio ' mountain. 'At . .8 a.m. they reached a jtarn or ? lako, and found the ; tomporaturo/of ?the air. 43-0, and of tho lako water 40-0. A 'strong south-westerly galo was blowing, , and heavy rain' falling, and the cloud fog now enveloped the. scene. At about 2000 feet they ...

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Original Correspondence. Mr. Roseby and Government Officials. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

4Priijg8iiai : CJoa-a-esporadence. lifir. Boseliy and Goveriinient . :'. . ., - Officiate. ... TO TIIK : EDITOR OF TUB UIIOALllAVEN* TELEOItAPII. Sir, — Kindly -permit ih'o a Word of comment on somo rotaarks'mado by our member during his recent visit to -the district. ? In referring to Gov ernment officials, Mr. Rosoby said ' thiit thoy (tho iifficials) -' accepted hospitality from gontlo men of tho district? and then: after a' n-lnsfi nf ?whisky, the host- will point out whero 'he1 would like a bridge, when 'tho answer will be, ' all i'ight, -I'll square that'for you.' ' ' 1 Now, . Sir, the insult to the Government officials I will pass — they being public servants, we have a right to insult them. But what is Mr. Roseby's remedy ? More local government, by enlarging the municipalities — by combining several small municipalities, and placing an engineer at their sorvicos. The said engineer will, of course, bo infallible. He will not drink whisky; he will not accept hospitality. Jlde...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Australia's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

n AtJsJra Ibis's WcaZila. Tire following appears in tlio: presont issue ?. oi. the ^JPJutehall Review sX-Aprojm^ of ?ivay.. : , . paragraph : auent.. ?' thesri^iesti-?iieii,viii!'.'tiier \vol'ld;'i;a valuad 'oorrespondem;,-'/' H.'-'.H.'j'fe writes mo : — '? Your' list^ol richcstkineu'in, . the world is remakablo forj.its . omissioniof the millionaires of-Austialia (one died m^Now ' : Zealand only the otlier day. said to be worth from throo to four millions.) * Tfio rioiiest man in Australians -a bachelor,. .Mr.. James Tyson, to 'whom'' I shall be* glad to give1 an ? introductionito aiiy.B^finGj welt-builti homely .? -? English-g1^!,' 'for .sucli 'a ono Mr-Tysoirsays., hqswill;marry, and.he.means it; . Mr. James Tyson, wlio is now worth at least three and a-lnilf ' millions, was born noar. Sydney; ,on v; . April .11 ,'1823. OGCe. comes. from a; good; old; -? Giimberland family;' and .owes . his:goodfor . ; tune,; ijonsisting of .broad ;acres,''Iiard..casli, and countloss flocks and -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

0? Meetings to foe Held. Good Tomplar's Lodge niebts at , NoWr4, June 8, 1882, at 7 pm;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

^ ' 1 I I ^ .IMUnvarra&teain Wavlf?ation o,,^ I. ^ ??;. Company.' ?? K.Wiiic.vdtw ^ I time table. ' ! V t. ? ?«'SV ? -(Evory Tuosday, iandrl^i'iiliiy j.. K Fiom Sydney. J night, at 11. ^ L tfroui (Jreenwoll ( Monday, 7' iv.m.'; '-Tliursday, | ? l'omt. ( t) .-a. m. j H ft FAKES:' , ,,, | ? (laMn,' SOb f.'Betartis (Cabin)? '* 30.8.5-: J: W £ hii'ej-aae, U2/j' j [ » B.' ADVNNING/-V I 1 ,,r Majiager. . f ? - KOstfillisli^colils'Ji' « intli -A.«sicail5«»n -:? ;{t B ?ChartercdgKanki--:--'^'.':: !: rpHB BTISTSfEISSwB-ltKislBAOTC-.'wflV.Cor.'tlio (; 1 future bo«conducto4-.an',.Uio-K'-15\y:PJKB-.' — _ 'JUTSES hi Kinghorn-strcot noxt thoPresbytorian - ? chinch. , r ''', i » ?- ? 1 9 KOBT. KTNLAYSON. ' - 1i 1 Managoi. - Nowra, 12th January, 1881. n ? eT la^gklejyT ooiMT-ivcissioisr c PRODUCE 'fKGEMT, ?/ c lis SMANTANJAM $? Fit HIT DEPOT, ' , - 92 Siissrx-sriu.ri', ( 1 Y D N E Y . ? '' ROBERT MIIELEJOHH, ' * « f haty- tWhorne.- and McthlnjoJin^J t:-:. : . 7 v ? Commission Agent1, ' SUSS...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Weekly Calendar for June. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Weekly Calendar for June. ' i Phases op tiu TilnnN. Full Moon ? 2nd, at 6.37 a.m. - Laet quarter . . 9th, at 3.14a.m. . New Moon .. 16th. at 4.38 a.m. Firstquarter. . 24th, at 4.6 p.m. T- t ? Sun ? , High water atShoal Risos. Sets. haven Heads. jr. M. ir. it. ? a. m. p. m. 15 7 4 4 56 7 45 -8 9 ,'16' , 7 5 4 56 . 8 31 8,52 17 ' 7 5 4 56 ' 9 12 - '9 32 18 ,75 4 56 9 51 10 9 19 - 7 6 4 56 10 27 10 44 - 20 7 6 4 57 11 2 11 19 (21 7 6 4 57 11 37 11 04

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Shoalhaven Shinning Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Shoalhaven §lii[ii)ln£ Intelligence. EXPORTS. Per Hlfiwarra, Captian J. Garde, on tho 4th May. To Syd noy : 200 kegs butter, 67 pigs, 5 calves, 18 eases eggs, 1G coops poultry, 6 packages leather, G packages glue, 1 horse, 1 caso uacon, 2 bags pumpkins, 1 case lard, 4 baskets fish, 1 caso wild ,3ucfej, and sundries. To Kiama : 1 horse, 30 pigs'; ? 3\-r Illawarra, Captain J. Garde, on the 8th May. To Syrt-.' W&Y: BObngs maize, 35 kegs . butter, 1 pi?, 0 cases eggs, ip packages leather, 2 hi(\e% atyl sundries. To Kiama: l-liorse, ?8 bags chaff. To ''Wollongong': 1 bag maize. Per Illawarra, Captain J. Garde, on the llth May. To Syd ney: 221 kegs butter, 31 pigs, 9 coops poultry, 13 cases eggs, 6 baskets fish, 17 cheeses, 8 bags oysters, 5 bugs onion., 2 bags gross seed, and sundries. To Kiama: Gi pigs, 10 bags maize, 1 horae. Per niawarra, Captian J. Garde, on tho 15th May. To Syd ney : 81 kegs butter, 47 bags maize, 4 pigs, 2 horses, 7 empty . jaro, 1 hide, 2 baskets -wild duc...

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humour. THE EMBARRASSED SOCIETY REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Ibumour. I TIM I!.1I»AI11!AS3BD SOOIKTV IIKI'OIITUK. 'I sav I' said tho reporter,' 'I don't know wliotlior this is right.' ' Don't know wliotlior what is right?' demanded tho oity editor. 'This wedding. I wont thoro to-night, and tlioy'gavo mo a heap of rot about thoir freaks, biit'I Uou't know wliotlior it comoa out straight or not. Now, horo is Mr3. ? ; I've got hor in n pannier silk, trimmed tila groB grain, with black point laco underskirt and box plaited hair. Docs that sound natural?' 'Who sont you. to a wedding?' asked tho city editor contoinptuously. 'Don't you know that gros grain is n color ? That was a gros grain, box-plaited dross, trimmed -i hi blaok point lace, and hor hair was combed cn pannier. You ought to Icnow better than to got things mixed that way. Who olso did you get ? How was tho brido dressed ?' ' Ive got hor all right,' replied tho West End re porter. She . woro a whito bouffant, with a Princess of Tluilo veil ; tlio underskirt cut iccoUette around tho bot...

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