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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. LIST No. 12. (From the Government Gazette, June 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

[?] HJnclaitncd Shelters. . ? '! . ' List No. 12.' ' {From the Government Gazette, June 2.J' Pa rrriKS. applying for unclaimed letters, at: tho General- Post' ?? ???? ORlcoaro requested to give tho correct/ number of the .lotter V V V.' .-\SritU tlio dato and number of tho list in'which thby' may havo ? ' ' ? v ? ' observed their names, tis such refei'encejwill materially faeili , ? -v^' tato deliverj*. Parties in the country' milking applications, in ^/.Y^addition to tho fonner particulars, arc requested td'etatOs ?where they expect their letters from, and /my other information^ tending to prevent an unnecessary transmission of letters.' ;1;.' , : XETTERS FROM PLACES BEYOND THE COLpNY.. '; .11 .Kelly John, Nowra j ZK* 'fS' .137 Mutolluy Jas., Burrior } ? 37 Ovron 0. A., Shoalhavon j 43 Whoatloy John, Milton j ' 56 Wilkinson Ohristr., Kiama. ' COLONIAL LETTERS. ? : i. 2: Abbott H. P., Nowra | ' '* * 17 Callaglian J., Nowra , 110 Casoy P., Ulladulla i ' :? 224 Colo J;, Broughton Cieo...

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Household. RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

IbousefoolD. . ; ? RECIPES. Oyster Catsup. — Take fine, £resli oysters, wash them in their own liquor and pound thorn in a marblo mortar ; to a pint of oysters add a pint of sherry, boil up and add ft teaspoon-, ful of salt, two of pounded mace, ono ot cayenno popper ; let it como to a boil again, skim and rub through a siovo, and when cold bottle and cork well. Fr.iim Chicken. — After nea.fly dressing and carving in pieces of proper sizo, parboil a halt hour or longer, until tender ; take out with a fork, and place in a frying-pan of melted butter ; fry brown by frequent turning to keep from burning. A nice gravy is mado by pouring tho broth in which it was boiled into tho frying-pan, with a thickening of flour and any seasoning preferred. Curled parsley, arranged as a garnish, adds to tho general cffect. H,ur Pie.— Pick . tho ham into small, fine pieces, boil a cup of rice, beat up two eggs, and stir it with tlio ham and rico ; season with popper, salt and onions ; put it into a d...

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Australian Buds. "GWEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Australian Bails. ' Gnvkn. Likk tho licautiful Hpirit of ppritigtimo Ih tho heart of tho Austral child, . Thrilling with bouuliful gladness— ? ?? _ Tremulous, undclllod. \ /. 'X 'a ' - Lc.ivo mo to ^izo when who lingers ; liver from diiuitv. small ibigora Do fair buds of Kindness grow And blessing to all below. ' With a grticiotis little accent, 'With a gracious little smile, ; , ?;?-: . With a tiny mute caressing, /k'?,' Hearts and hearts she doth beguile. '' ?'?',.' ' \ i-V l'ale as a pallid snowdrop Flush'd a bright roko-blu.fli Iltie/ ' Quiet or quaint nnd dainty, , : / ? ' 'Wo love her— do I.and you. ' ' ' ' Tho glint of gold/ Stiver hair, ,j . ? Tlio deep of hei^'iolet.eVcs, r Tlie tonen of her child-soft laughter Aro sweet with a new surprise. .4. r Blto comes with a soft caressing, ? She comes with an outstretched arm; ? . ; Slie comes— jus she is— a blessing, . ? * She comes— as she is— a charm. ? . -?- Wc lovo the golden gleaming ' . . . ; .. Of the brown, soft silken tres...

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SMART ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

BHAI1T ADVHllTISINO. Accohdino to tho Parisian papers, an enter prising American advertiser lias been turning the twenty-two mandarins recently sent 011 a sort of drag-net mission by the Son of Heaven to all tho powers of America and Europe, undor tlio leadership of tho eminent diplomatist, Clang, cousin, twonty-fivo times removed, of Princo Kong', into animated sandwiches. The ' Emperor of China, it seems, confided them to the care of an Englishman long a resident 'in tho Celostial Empire and familiar with all tho languages of modern Europe. When tlio embassy arrived at Washington, this English- » man was persuaded by tho crafty managor of theChineseAngloVrancoAmoricanTcaCoin pany, by tho promise of a liberal Bharo in tho profits, to represent to tho mandarinB that ' Tho best tea is that of tho Chincso-Anglo; Franco-American Tea Company' was tlio English equivalent of ' I humbly thank you in Chinese, 0-nd that ' It is tho only tea that ' does not produco sleeplessness,' stood for '...

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THE EFFECT OF CULTURE OR HOW AS EAST LOCKPORT YOUNG GIRL ASTONISHED HER PARENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

THE EFFECT OF CULTURE, Oil IIOW AN EAST LOOKrOItT YOUNa OIliL AS TONISHED insn rABENTS A lew months ago tho daughter of an East Lockport man who has grown comfortably well off in the small grocery line, was sent away to a ' Female College,' and recently sho arrived homo for tho holiday vacation. Tho old inan was in attendance at the depflt when tno train arrived, witn tno oiu norso in tno delivery wagon to convey his daughter and lior ? trunk to the house. ' When tho train stopped a bewitching array of dry goods and a wide-brimined hat dashed from tlio enr and flung itself into the elderly party's arms. ' Why, you superlative pa I' sho cxclaimcd, ' I'm ever so utterly glad to seo you.' The old man waB somewhat unnerved by tlio greeting, but I10 recognized the sealskin cloak in his grip as tho indontical pieco ot property ho had paid for with the bay mare, and lie sort of squat it up in liis arms and planted a kiss whore it would do tho most good with a roport that sounded abovo tho ...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

... . -C«'mnpsea*c5«S IsatolHs^aDCi;. . I gautli ConHt and West OntcJets C« ' opcrafive (Hiiiuitcil). | ' SXDSBY MARKET PRICES. , Below wo givo .genoral quotations. i ? £? s. d. £ a. (1. Butter, best, -por lb . : - 0 2 0 to 0 2 0 Bacon, ditto 0 0 .4 „ 0 0 f)i | Cheese, dif to ? Q ,0 5 ,, 0 0 9 Pigs, per lb ? . ... 0 . 0 4. ,, 0 0 5. Calves, ditto ? 0 C O ,, 1 5' 0 i Hides, per lb 0 0 3 ,, 0 0 ,U Calfskins, cach ? 0 10,, 0 1 fl' Tallow, per ton .... 25 1 0 0 „ 28 0 0 Maize, per bushel .053 ,, 0 3 6 Wheat, por bushel . 0 5 6 ,, 0 6 0 Barley, (English). . . 0 4 6 0 5 0 Ditto, (Cape) ditto . . 0 4 0. ,, ? 0 4 0 Oats, ditto . . ; ? 0 '4 3 , , 0 4 0 Hay (oaten) por .ton.. ? S, 0 0 .,, 10 0.0 Ditto (lucorno) ditto. . 8 0 0 ,, S) 10 o Potatoes (imp} ditto 3 10 0 „ 4 10 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 3 ,0 0 4 0 Ducks, ;ditto.. .0 4 0 „ 046 Geeio, djtto . .'0 6 0,, 0 8 0 ; Turkeys,' ditto ... . . ,, ,.0.'.;7., 0 0 12 0 Eggs, por dozen '0, 1 9 ? „ 0 2 0 ? .?..??'.'??.?. CommoivciuV Stores; Sussex-stree...

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Cable Intelligence. London, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

(CabSe Sratelligence. (From the Sudneti Pavers. 1 London, Juno 8. 4L - li aeaa agrarian outrages ava occurroa in . j Ottiws.7. Mr. I-ouvke, an estcnoivo landlord of m that county, was proceeding to the neighbour- ? hood of Ardrahan, accompanied by a dragoon as ? ™ escort, when he was suddenly fired upon. The shots took fatal effoct, and both Mr. Bourke and _ the dragoon were killed. - 1 tiuno y. The Irish Judges have reiterated -their protest against the suspension of the jury system. Slow progress is being mnde with the Repression of Crime in Ireland Bill, and the Government aro opposing amendments which have been brought forward to mitigate tho severity of tho measure. A discussion is at present going on in the newspapers with reference to tho profits derived from the snle of frozen meat from Australia. Oomplaints are made that the coloniol moat is sold by the butchers as tho English article. \ Another terrible outrage is reported from tho wost of Ireland. Three farmers were sudde...

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

^nSTANTED, an APPRENTICE to the print-*' ?yy. lag trade. . Apply at tho office of this v paper.' . , ' 'TT7' ANTED a firskjjass BUGGY BODY1 ' :VV MAKER, Aiph- to GEORGE TI-IOMn SON, Nowra. MayTfr, 1882. ON'and after 'this dato any CATTLE found. 'TRESPASSING ou Wolloiiiitt Run will bo impoundod; j. (h «7 0 E. S; ROWE. : '18th- July, 1881. Vigcoi 9Iutcli; - 1 -. ?;?'*' -irANDIOAP PIG BON 'MATCH, fcfr Silvfjr I / \ Cup, will t-flo ijKco at Jorvis 'Bay', in' ' ' connection-with tl^Xa inCTTof tlio now schoonor ? on SATURDAY, Jun i 17. Distance to range from 21 to 2S yards. Matclios'for sweeps will also bo made up. ' ': ' JAME9 DENT. : ,' 'ir« ^ f|1ENDEUS will 1) rocoivod nr. tho rosidonco H of tho nndorri ^ned up to NOON, on FRIDAY, tho lfjUi : inbint lor ropaira to road, Jorvis liay to ™n( -n&, and construction and l-opair of sevoral^Vlv iu(C All ]iarticulars inaj oo obtainod by application to tho midoi-signod. ' By ordeV of tho Trustees, .1 JOHN PARNELL. Tomorong, Juno 6,1881'....

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Messrs. Finlay and Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

Messrs. Pititny and Co . Pat .Caftlo.— There, woro n goodly .numbpr forwrfi'd on Wednesday, hut nntliins: adequoto to tho demand .'-owiiig to tho -many Tmyors prosont from iqircouiitr.v ? towns; - Tlio -pricos. ?' realized , phow a considerable advanob upon'Sydnov rates.. ?.nhd;:WO^qintp.fthmk;'that'anythin!; cominir for'-' ?want hero ior tho noxt throe months will consi-: derably top priens nbtainnblo-iti tho metropolis. 33verv huver ; south' can -ho brought to this 'markot if tho cattlo avo'primo. and unfllciontly nth'actiyq.m mimbbv tb^meet tlioii; Ter|uirRmonts;? and tliov can n (for!l to' givo 1 0/ .ft' lio'ad moro 'liero, as thoy savo enrringo and wasto in travollinp; their : purclinsos.; ? Thoro'oro, wo.say, this is tlio . host market : in tho colony at tho present . timo. ? Many of .' thoso yarded - on Wednesday Wioro ? extromoly lifflit— somo 'not. ;in advirnco1 of (jalf. '?'woichtV - -Wo^sold -V eood lot. 'on account of .Messrs. Bowland and Eix, as follows 1st pen nt £-7 -...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

MiscsaiLBj&jraw&ajs. Grafton. — Saturday. — It is reported that a rich patch has been struck in No. 4 loaso, Gari baldi reef, Solferino. One hundred and fifty spoeimens were obtained, and it is oxpected that they mil yield as many ounces of gold. One pound weight of gold was swept from tho bottom of tho drivo, after tho shot which brought this stone down. — Telegram to Herald. Land Sale at Milton.— Important lands sales have takon place during tho past fow days in this district. Mr. W. R. Kendall has dis posed of his farm 354 acres to Mr. James Smart for 5500, and Mr. John Allen has disposed of his liomstoad and adjoining farm, comprising in all 410 acres, to Mr. John Miller, of Sunny Vale, for £5800, including cattle, and farm implements, etc. Mr. E. Secombe has also dis posed of bis snug cottago, and J acre at East Milton, to Mrs. W. W. Ewin for £350. Tramway in Kiama.— At tho last meeting of the Kiama Borough Council (according to tho Independent ), Aldorman King ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

SYMST.EY. ' {FROM OU.U 'CORRESPONDENT.] Tins first of tlio -ensos against tho Ministor for Works, claiming compensation nbovo that awardod by tho Government for land resumed by thorn at Darling Harbour for whnrfngo and railway purposes, beon concludod. The jury uphold the decision of Mr. Mills, tho Govern ment valuator, apparently groatly to the satis faction of tho public. Mr. Thos. Garrott. mom bor for Camden, tho 'hero of a hundred fights,' was tho plaintiff. Ho had four counsellors — Mossrs. Owon, Want, Pilchor, and Barton — upon which Mr. Salamons, Q.O., — who with Mr. 0. 1$. Stephen -represented tho Govornmont ?^comniontod mis address to tho jury, asking ; If tho claim wlsro tii. honest 0110, what did I10 'want with four counsels K' Mr. Garrett, who it is gonerally bolievod usoi tho Biblo as an advisor and guide, romomboVqd- SoloYnou's words — 'In tho multitudo of courisollors there is safety.' Unfortunatoly for Mr. Garrott, and somo of the briefless, thoy woro-not numerous en...

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Agriculture. A FEW WORDS ABOUT MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

agriculture. I A £EW WORDS ABOUT MANURING. By R. W.Emehson MacIvob, F.I.C.,F.C.S., &c. ? Author of ' Tho Chemistry of Agriculture.'-' A manobe can bo productive ol tlio best re sults only when it is ' evenly distributed throughout tho depth o£ soil occupied by the roots o£ tho growing crop. Somo manures — as common salt, nitrato of soda, potash, salts, nnd superphosphato — aro so readily soluble in water that tliev pass into and throughout tho body of tho soil after n shower far moro evenly than pan bo effected by any method of sowing. Henco top-dressing should usually bo tho mode of applying theso substances. ' In .tho caso of the -expensive nitrate of soda, our farmors should bo careful to apply it to tho land (inly when rain can be relied upon to carry it down to tho roots of tlioplants. Tho finer its state of division, tho moro rapidly vail a manuro bo dissolved and distributed through the soil. Certain manures, when applied by hand, may, .with great advan ? tage, previo...

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C[?]pping from "Sydney Punch." "SIR HENRY AND SIR JOHN." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

CClppJaK Irona « Sydney ^uncli.' 'Sir HENitY and Sir John.'' . Yon wonder when I'm coining back, How long I'll kcop upon tlio wing, You're only Fieu-selcction Jack, While ' I ' uyq guttat to Bclginm'a King. You framed the Act of slxty-one I Lor bless you its unknown up here \ Tho Alienation Act, my dear. it *ecm* correct for me to roam— I'm just tho man thtfj* liko to loud— Por you to do tho work ut homo And I to do the talk abroad. So dear Sir John, you mustn't fret— I'm happy hear nnil cannot go ; I'm not lialf tired of travel yet, JBut when I nut I'll let you know ! Tho following is illustrated by a well oxocutod full-pago cartoon, in which the mombors of tho Ministry figure as an Ethiopian troupo : — 'Tiie Silly Season' Or, the longest ' Stage- Wait ' ever known bo tween tho Acts. A Screaming Nigger Faroe By the Macquarie-street Ethiopian Minstrels Tho most talented company in tho Australian Colonies, and who never porl'orm out of Sydnoy. Leader, Proprietor, and Responsible Mana...

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PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

PERSEVERANCE. BY CHABLES KEAjDE, Aoxnon of ' foul ruy,' 'aniFFi-rn (jaunt;' ' HAHD OASn,' ETO. On a cortain day in tho year 1819, Chitty, an nttorney in Shaftesbury, was leaving his offico for tlio day, when ho was mot at tho door by a 'respectable woman and a chubby faced boy with a bright eye. He know tho womnn slightly — a widow that kept a small stationer's shop in the town. Sho opened her ousiness as onco. un, iur. uiiitiy, i nave brought you my Robert; he gives mo no peace, his heart is so set on being in a lawyer's office. But thoro I I have not got tho monoy to apprentice him. Only wo thought perhaps you could find somo placo or other for him, if it was ever so small.' Then she broke off, and looked ajipealingly, and flic boy's cheeks and oyes wero fired with expcctatioil. Most country tqWns at that timo possessed two solicitors that might bo called types : the old established man, whose firm for genera tions had dono tho pacifio nnd lucrative business — wills, settlements, ...

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Roseby Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

IKoseby Ilanqiiet. Orr Saturday ovoning last Mr. John Rosoby, M.P., wns ontortnincd nt 11 public bnnquot, which took place in tho hall of tho School of Arts. Rain and mud nro not pleasant adjuncts to an ovoning's ontortninmont, but notwithstand ing, thoro was about GO of tho olectors that assoinblod to do honour to tho moinbor for tho electorate. Mr. U. ii. Uroonwooit was catoror fortlio occasion, and as usunlgracodtho banquet ing table with all tho delicacies procurable. Tho Mayor of Ulladulla (Thomas W. Gnirad, Esq.) occupied tho chair, tho vico-chair being filled by Thomas Ilobbs, Esa., J.I'. Graco having boon said by tho Rov. 0. u. K' Coy, tho covors wore romovod, ui.d tho olattor of Jtnivos and forks commenced and coijtinuod unt'l tho company woro in proper mood for responding to tho accustomod toasts. Tho Cliairinau proposod 'Tho Quoon,' hoartilv responded to with 'God Savo tlio Qucon.' ' Tho Princo of Wales and Royal Family,' proposed by tho Chairman, and heartily applaudod, ...

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Mature. THE CORK OAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

ftature. Tins conic oak. Tim: tree from which is obtained the cork of commorco .is a 'speoies of evergreen oak. (Que reus sillier), growing in several ,of the departments of France, in Spain, Portugal, Sicily, Italy, and Algeria. It is principally cultivated, however, in Spain and Portugal. This species of oak loses its foliage only, in tno montn oi May, ana wiien tuo now growth of loaves is sufficiently strong; to replace the old ones of tho preceding year. It flowers in May, nnd its fruit is fit for gathering only in the month of November of tho next season ; tliat.is, eighteen months attor flowering. Its^ acorns are less astringent than those of other species of oaks, and aro used for fattening swine, sheep, and poultry. They aro also, employed to a considerable oxtent in . tlio manufacture ot certain kinds of fecula. The cork oak flourishes best in arid, sandy soils, and, under favorablo conditions reaches a height of forty, to fifty feet, with a circum ference ot ten to thirtee...

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STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. SHEEP AS PART OF AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

? STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. SHEEP AS PART OF AUSTRALIAN ? AGRICULTURE. BY AS OLD COLONIST. . : \TnE stupid theory that sheep wero in somo way or other antagonistic to farming, or to . settlement in tho colonies, is 'passing away. It never had any -solid ground in justification v . of -tho mischief it has done, or, although tlie cry emulating from it lias been tho means of . hoisting numbers of blatant demagogues into placo ana power, iiut tlie days or tnat sort : ? of thing aro drawing to an end, and men who think for themselves, aro coming to seo that, ? as an aid to prosperous agricultural settle ment, thero is nothing more cortain in their profitablo and beneficial effects than sheep to tho farmer. The country is especially adapted for them ; tho climate is peculiarly favorable - for their most profitablo and fullest develop ment ; and it becomes matter of absoluto . : surprise how it over occurred that moro . : political- clap-trap haB over been ablo to . prevent thoso who settl...

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Sketcher. HENRY IRVING AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

snetcbcy. HENRY IRVING AT HOME. ' At tho corner of Grafton-strcot, whero tho traffic of a famouB West-end artery ebbs and flows among picture exhibitions nnd jewellery stores, lives tho most popular actor o£ liis timo. It is ii mysterious-looking house. Tho basement is occupicd by a trunk store. From tho first floor to tho top aro Mr. Ilonry Irving's chambers. Thoy present from tho outside tho look of dingy, half-blind windows that suggest no prospect of warmth or cheer. ' Fitting abode o£ tho spirit ot trngio gloom I' yot might well exclaim, standing on the threshold. You shall enter. The sombre door, tlio first on the left as we enter Grafton-strcot from Bond-street, leads to his chambers. Two flights of stairs, dark with tho glooinjof a London atmosphere, and wo enter his general room. With the hum of tlio West-end buzzing at tho windows, the colored glass of which shuts out what little sunlight falls there, tho apartment is charac teristic of a great artist and a groat city. Tho...

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THE METEORITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 June 1882

THE METEORITE. [The discovery, by Dr. Halin, an eminent German geologist, of organic remains in me teoric stones, i3 ono of the most astonishing achievements in modern science. By examin ing a great number of meteorites, lie claims to have determined about fifty species of corals,* crmoius unit sponges, uyunug a ciuau re lation to similar classos of fossil forms on our earth. Tlio inference from, which seems con clusive, that these stones are really fragments of a dismembered globe.] From tho ruins of what world, From what splintered planet hurled, ? Hast thou journeyed to.our own, Thou mvsterious alien stono ? By what orb's conflicting courso, By what mighty cosmic force Far transcending finite thought, Was tho awful havoc wrought ? Of that ruin, of that wreck, , Indistinguishable speck, ' ': Lost in unillumincd space, ; Where light, passing, leaves no trace— 1 Where through darkness shines tho suri, Bearing warmth, hut yielding none, Where thero is no day nor night, Up nor down, n...

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Science. HOMOEOPATHY. Smilia similibus Curantur. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

WW0:f;^^^MM0^ ;, v ? v- ;; :;^:;! ^bMCEOi?^™^.'!:;;,:!!-:!!^;; ! .! ,3 ' . ' .;; .? ?';??' '-'fSlmilia stmilibus curanlitr.' ,' ! : -, The ! progress of homooopathy for, tho last quarter of a. century has beon very rapid, and considerable interest in tho soienco is bxqited, owing to tho disputo that arose in tho eases of Lord Hoaconsfield and President Gariiold as to whether allopaths should consult with homooo paths. In Ainerica it has beon virtually agreed that tho two should consult, and this is a great step in advance for tho homajopaths. [n Anntralia tho floionco has als| nlado great progress, and a recent Btep talon will placo tho homoDopatha on a level wfh their allo pathic brethren. Hospitals arv to medical men a first necessity, becauso i( is in thorn that studontH can thoroughly nastor their profession by practico and oxperimnt. Tho liomcoopathio body aro now building riionpital in Melbourne at an oxponao of £G00i. and this will form tho groat school of the coloics,. from ...

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