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STATION, FARM & GARDEN. CROPS THAT COULD BE INCREASED, TOBACCO.—FIRST PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

|:STATl6Nj|FARM';:&;:GiR^Ni;:;; ;J|^'i-inbrs-raAi:!op\i^ii^Mbiu3A8ED; ; ..;^-vr. :|^|V»rif!roB^bOi^^T;:I(Ar^-::/;^ i;!isjss4?-:XjiSI£'s3«roib,;b'oMNisT;V:Kv:-S;- '~J8S?i;i ^iTinsHs'i anviOld'cqlonial produot,, tiut.virom-. 'ji's'.yarib'us -eauBes wh'ibh/ yio slidll bnde avour to ?5Vinvestigato in -tliis; paper; itlias ndt: niado.'thq. ?!^f libadwoy; tlidtmight bo pxpected. , ;: Yet' tho ox; , t^S'toh't of 'country in which' tobacco can bb pro:;. '/'Jduced is ainplo for tho industry to become o'nq ;i'v Soft tho most pxtensivo.in tlio colonies.1;. The. ^'' cultivation of tho loaf has been tried; in;; ?;? ''various jilaces, and in a fow districts is car-, ?'-. -'riedbn somowhat uxtensivoly. Manufaotur-: ing, too, makes headway, and great Iprtunos s havo been mado in that department. Yet, ? notwithstanding tho undoubted advantages v.whioh favors tho produotion of leaf hero, it is not grown to anything like tho oxtont tho. manufaoturors uso, and to nothing, like tho ?quantity suf...

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Agriculture. LAND EXHAUSTION.—No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

!/ '-' ' ' ZlGvtcultuve. LAND EXHAUSTION.— No. 1. ' Bx B. W. Emumoh MaoIvoh, F.I.O., F.O.S., &a. /?Author of 'The Chemistry of Ayrieulture.' The objoot of -this paper is to enablo tho in : tolligont farmer to clearly comprehend tho . truo nature ot land exhaustion and tlio scion tilio principles ot economical manuring. The . total amount of plant-food which in directly nnd immediately available to growing vegcta ' lion present in our richest soils never exceeds a fow tenths ot a per cent. Hence, as both animal nnd vogclablo produce arc consumed oft' tho land that has reared them, this quan tity ot assimilable plant-rood musl become reduced year by year, till at last it is moro or loss completely exhausted ; wlion, ot course, fertility fulls below tho degrco at which tho further cultivation of tho land would pay. 'io show the amount ot mineral substances — potash, lime, and phosphoric acid 'particu- . ]aviy — ftmt nitrogen (tho characteristic olo mont in tho ' flesh-forming '...

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FAMOUS EPIGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

FAMOUS EPIGRAMS. ?- Shun wealth and pleasures repugnant to Iawr ; '?S:3: and avoid even lawful acts if thoy may causb?;!*-?^ pain or offence to mankind. * ,-* * Of allv/jKS; pure things, purity in tho acquisition of ribhos'-A':: Jj!;:^ is the best.' Ho whoprosorvespurity inbocbm- 7;Syis§l ing rich is really puro, not ho who is purified/ -!-JwWp»5 by water. — Manu, Hindu. / /?; ^=©S|p A man liko theo soarco o'er apnoarod-^ ' ? .? ,: '.vS'w!?;J?! A beard like thine— where shall wo'flnd' it ? -:3vjks'*ss Surely, thou oherishdo thy board, ' '? ;!.-:;:i :-;i'£p§S;£ In hopes to hide thyself behind it;! -.: -!,!'-; ji'.-f'S^I —Isaac Ben 'KliaUf.Z$W§$$ Thou wort the morning star among tlio livirig,v#%fr;jv Ere thy fair lighi had fled ; ? ' V -'^v; -.'.^fiSpj Now, having died, thou. art, as Hosperusi -WtftSl' ' giving, ? ' ?', ??;?; ' 'J:Kvife« ' Now splendour to the dead. ' : /.//?. a:?;Wsf® Plato's dead form this earthly shroud iriyest'r'AU'tf-?-:ii His soul among tho godliko horooB rests,...

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A ROMANCE OF WEST POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

- A ROMANCE OF WEST POINT. Undkii tho willows in tho picturesque little cemetery at West Point, nestling in tho shadow of Stormy King Mountain and overlooking the Hudson llivcr, is a monument erected by tho comrades of his class in 'C2 to Patrick Sarefield O'Bourke. Ho had a strange, romafitic history, and nis name is ono of the hallowed memories among tho old Professors at tho Point. Ho was born in this city, of Irish parents, and while littlo moro than three years oiu lost jus latlier. ills mother was in poor circumstances, though sho belonged to a formerly well-to-do and respeesablo family in the old country. When about six or seven years old, littlo O'Eourko took up the occupa tion of a newsboy, and, being spry and active, did pretty well at the business. Ho was ex ceedingly attentive to his mother, brought her homo all his small earnings, while at tho same time ho entered into all tho sports and pas times of his fellow-newsboys, and was noted for his skill as a swimmer. Ono day...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

TnE date of tho annual meeting of the A. and H. Association of this district is fast approaching ; and so also is the period whon the working committee or council of the in stitution must be elected. If the Association is to effect its purpose, a good committee. is an essential part of the means towards the end 'in. view. The members of committoo have hitherto, on the whole, been activo practical men, and have, with the means at their disposal, sparod no pains to make the annual shows as attractive and instructive as possible. But now that the constitu-. tion of tho Association has been so materially changed, now that a certain private interest is so largely represented, what hope is there of electing as members of committeo persons who will regard the interests of tho institution as apart from the interests of those who wielded some 50 or 60 pocket votes a few weoks ago ? Those who did not scruple to employ means to attain their own privato interest by subvertion of the woll-boiug ...

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Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

IMoveltst. GRIT. V; A Story of tlic past and prosont; of ordl ? -;? nary men anil ordinary things, in ordi ivnarylansuasd, . ! ? :.,v^BY .DONALD CAMERON. ?- ADTIIOn OF. 'f IN TIIE FOLDS OS TUB SERPENT,' ?;-?'-,'?:; ' BILVERWATKU BEND,' ETC. ''?''?::/*,fi''.':Bosur6 thy sin will find thoo out.' '?*, ??.3i^ 'It is'ft beautiful belief :??? ' '???'????'.':'-? ~'f ^^^v^Thatovorrohnd our head /;.?'?/'?'? * '-'V;;': ./Arb hovering, on angel wings, - : ; Vt'Sii-. Tho spirits of tho dead. ? ? .: ; ? ?'CHAPTER XXin.— (ContinoedJ. ' But Hector did not lose his presence of . mind for any length of time. With an effort '' he i 'turned his head from Jack, and to gain time while recovering himself, he glanced over his memo. Then, nerving himself to his . task, ho fixed his eyes on M'Colvin, and took up the sentence where he loft off. Nay, this incident appeared to have infused fresh life into him ; for he did not satisfy himself with finishing up his speech with somo cutting remarks, but brought ....

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

ELWCA& aMTEEiljEOSEMCIiEJ. __Tno foundation of tho new tolograph and post office for Nowra, was laid this week. No Police businoss at Court last Tuosday, in Shoalhavon. Messrs. Eosoby, Garrott, andKidd, Ms.L.A., will bo banqueted this night week at Kangaroo; Valley. 'Weather bright and cold, with wost and south-wost wind blowing during tho past wook ; temperature varying from 50' to 54* during that time.' District Court. — His Honor Judgo M'Farland was in attondanoo last Saturday, at the Court House, Nowra, but tho cases — four in all — haying been settled out of court, thoro was no business to transact. ' Castner's Montiiia* and Rural- Aus-, TRAiilAN ' for Juno, contains, as usniil; a vnrioty of usoful and practical articles on rural affairs, as well as much reading mutter of a gonoral character. This monthly magazine should bo in tho hand.s of all fanners and gardonors, and wo may add, in every household, as thoro aro many domestic matters treated of, including cooking and...

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Poetry. LOVE AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

? I poetry ?': / : LOVE AND DEATH. I :.V;ft: -:! 'CWjiat comfort this to souls Hint ilrcml their futo I - :'.ii'i-;' ;??; ?.'. Though in thick darkness long their imago lie, I ;;3f:S,t ? ; Oblivion shall bo lighted soon or Into ' 1 1,' ''??: ~: ??'?z ':?' ' : By somo unknown, unconscious ]msscr-l-y. I y:_ j' : ?..-, I, on tho way to moot now lovo and fair, I ?-;?'.:??: :? Clinging to nought in heaven or earth beside, l-.-v- ; , ;? .'. 3?clt my dead love returning, unaware, I- .''-.; -,'?'?' ' ? - To soizo tho heart where reigned a breathing |;:;:.:,,c/y ?;' ' bride. 1 ,;'.., - For l'o, there iiasscd mo, on my altered course, .- 1 ?.-???' ??.-?;. . 'A stranger, who, desnito tho stranRcnesSjree— I V - 'W B^^^^ J:..i ?,..ulu-i\'-yenrs bef6re. . It:''''. Notlhis tho face or figure of my dctid, I ? More or less lovely— ah, that mutters not ; I' ??''??'? Liko hors, tho way of speech, tho turn of head, 1,'V, -??-.' Tho wordless something not to' bo forgot. I .;'?? . - ' Had this reminder c...

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Launch at Huskisson. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

v rtJtiaMnch at E5bssI«ssojb. The film of Mossrs. Jamos and Georgo Dent, shipbuilders of Jorvis Bay, have nddod another to their largo fleet of schooners aud crafts, built' at Jorvis Bay. On Saturday last, as previously notified, the launch of the latest triumph in the shipbuilders craft took place. At an early hour there wero a largo numbor of visitors congregated from far and near. The vossol about to be launched was handsomoly and liberally docked, with bunting, tho 'Star and Stripes ' occupy ing a conspicious placo. At the top of the main mast was furled the streamer, bearing tho naiiio which was to distinguish tho ; vessel; and many au oyo was turned towards the vessel as tho time for tho christening cere mony approached. At 9.30 everything having boing in roadinoss, tho ' trigger ' was ..struck, and as tho handsome craft began to glido smoothly down the ways, Miss Bessie Longfield, of Sydney, gracefully porformed tho christening coremony, by breaking a bottlo of cognac over th...

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Lecture on the Ten Years' Conflict. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

Ei«ctu?e am the 'ffeai Tjfears' Conflict. To young Presbyterians who may not ho fami liar with tho history of their Church and various brunches, tho following will givo thorn the Bigni ficanco of tho terms Free Church and Estahlished Church orKirkof Scotland, aswollaswhattended to tho disruption. It will also not bo without interest to know that tho paster of tho local Presbyterian Church waa ono of tho fow surviv ing mombors of tho original body, which evoked tho woids attributed to Lord Jeffrey : — Tho sovonth of a courso of locturos was do livorod in the Froo Church horo on Sunday Dvoning, tho 19th inst., by tho Rov. Charles Stewart, senior minister of tho congregation, [and brothor to tho Rov. Colin Stewart, of Svdnoy. — Ed.] As on formor occasions tho church was full. Aftor roading a fow vorsos from tho 9th chapter of Isainh, ho said— I shall havo froquont occasions to mako uso of tho terms 'non-intrusionistsandmodoralos.' But I hopo any mombors of Iho Established Church who ma...

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Municipal Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

' niuiiiciitnl SIEraiterN. The Echo, undor this bonding, has tho following: — ' Tlio Nowra municipality appourw to havo placod itsolf in a vory unfortunate position, if tho roport bo true that tho property of tho borough has beon valued by a magistrates' court instead of by valuors proporly appointed undor tho Act. Tho law requires that the council of each muni cipality shall causo a valuation to bo mado in each yoar. of all ratablo property within such municipality ' by two compotont norsans to bo called valnors,' and before acting thoy must mako a solomn declaration to mako such valua tion impartially and truoly, according to tho host of thoir judgomont. ft is not in tho powor of any municipality to sot nsido tho law in this rospoot without running tho risk of losing its rates, and it w not at all unlikoly that in this caso tho magistrates who havo actod ultra vires, and tho aldormon, who havo boon partios to tho illegality, will havo roason to condolo with oaoh othor.' Tho writer...

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Evictions in Scotland. HIGHLANDERS' PROGRAMME. FIRST PROPOSITION—EMANCIPATION OF THE CROFTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

' : 'EvSctioDBS Sac Sccllauel. Highlanders' Programme. first vxbofositiok — emancipation oi1 tiie fmnvTEHS. By the letter ropriutod bolow it will be soon that tho cruoltios and the injustice attending rho rack ronting aro not confined to Troland: nor the feel ing of discontont and and dctevmiuation to act in unison for roform, poculiar to tho Green Isle. In tho Ohm ?Time's (Argyleshiro) thoro is tho following from tho pen of Mr. J. M'Loan : — , Sir, — Tho emancipation of tho poor, down trodden Scottish crofters should command itsolf to ovory Highlander whothor at homo or abroad. Every crofter paying a rental of £2 10s should havo Parliamentary electoral privileges extended to him, and it must bo gratif ying to ovory man of sound judgment to soo that thoro is now a perceptible tido sot iii of social roform and politi cal regeneration among tho orofters thomsolves. Lot them be united as ono man, and combino, m a lawful vny only, for mutual assistance, and thoy will, I am confident, or...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, JUNE 16, 1882. (Before Messrs. Brown and Glanville.) FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

SteouMoHvem E.E«B5ce Court. Nowra, Juke 16, 1882. (Before Mossrs. Brown and Glanvillo.) ;- '?' ', . .PAI.SE PRETENCES. ''. . ' .'.':. Johanna Killeen, in custody, who wiis phargod with gathering' alms undor false pretences, pleaded not guilty. Constablo Brayiio deposed: About noon yesterday, I. arrested tho prisoner on the charge (above stated) ; in answor to my enquiry, she said sho oamo from Quoanbeyun ; that her hus band was a very 3iekly man, and unablo to work, and hadr been in' tho hospital ; that sho kont her children latolv bv sollinir a horse, for which she got £4 ; that sho had a little pony whoih sho was going to try and soil; that they had broken up thoir homo, and wore trying to get; to 'Sydney ???for, medical; treatment; '.'that she had come from Moss Vale to Shoalhavon via: Kangaroo Valloy; I got this list from her show ing a collection of £6 16s 6d f rom pe'oplo in this district; yesterday morning she .collected 35s in ?two hours ;_ I find she'1' has gathered ; mono ...

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Sir Henry Parkes in England. THE BANQUET AT WILLIS' ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

Sir Henry IParkes 5n EnsBand. THE BANQUET AT WILLIS' HOOXIS. Some few weeks ago, tlio tolograph an nounced that Sir Houry Parkos had been blowing his own trumpot at Willis' Booms, and misrepresenting tho colonial mind by stating, in effect, that we wero prepared to separate from the old country— at least so inde pendent and experioncod as not to require her counsel. We 'abridge from tho Daily News tho following report of the proceedings : — His Royal Highness: ihon proposod tho 1 ' Health of tho guest of the evening— Sir Henry to England chiefly, ho fancied, for tho benefit of his health, and to obtain s-omo rest from tho labours of lifo. Forty years of that lifohad been passed in Now South Wales. Having passed from ono post to anothor, ho had been a Minister of the .Government of that colony alto gether about fifteen years, and lie now held tho post of Premior for tho third timo. (Choors.) He had himsolf tho advantage of making his acquaintance in Sydnoy, whoro ho held .tho post of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

H3r Me«tS«Mrs to I»c Held. Good Tomplar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, Juno 22, 1882, at 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

laiRWHOTii Nteain Navigation Cfticijeuny. , - . - TIME TABLE.' ','.,, ', -' ' , Prom Groonwoll { Monday, '7 a.m.1; 'Thursday, Point. I -' '' '8 a.iri;-1 '? ,.. FAUES:- -?!.- s . Cnbtn, 2®Si;..;]Rcturn- (Cabin), SffisS '\ \, ./i^E^MANNINa, ' ' ' ' s Wanagor. ISHgBIslto Scottfl'sJs and Australian Cljarte&;cdl°IIBaiiiil!i.'' ' ' ,*' mKE BUSINESS of this BANK -will, for tlio _i future bo conducted 'in t1io'N 15 W'PKE WISES in Kiughoru-sti cot noxt tlio Presbyterian cliurcli. ' r , EOBT. FINLAYSON. ''''''' - , Manngor. NoVra,12tb. January, 1881. . ' , COMMISSIOITu ' . ' . jam ? i ? ? PRODUCE AGE^T,' . TASMANIA]? JAM Sfl'RUIT DEPOT, 92 SiraBEX-STBEET, Y D N E Y . (Late Thorno and Meildejohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STBEET, Botweon King and Market Streets, ? ' ? 'SYDNEY. KAWKEI' AID ¥AH€E, Commission Agents, ' 103, Sussex Stkeet, ?SYDNEY. ELLIS & ClOIiPUY, AU.WAY' AUCTION PEODUOE DEPOT, 763, George-stieot, South Sydney. Cnttile, Sliecjii, and ESwiroc KanesTJien. or tlio S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

?E* ®ur Subscribers. SUBSOEIBEES to this journal not rocoiving thoir papor regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro priotor, at the offico of this iiapor. TECB Published every Thursday ffTorning. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1882.

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Weekly Calendar for June. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

Weekly Calendar fur .5 uue. PirASES OF THE MOON. Tull Moon ? 2nd, at 6.37 a.m. LaBt quarter . . 9th, at 3.14 a.m. Now Moon .. 16th, at 4.38 a.m. Firstquartor. . 24th, at 4.6 p.m. 3~ I [——Sun ? , High water atShoal ?UAfE. | fa80g- gotg. havonlloads. ~ n. m. ir. M. A. m. P. M. 22 7 6 4 57 ? 12 12 ' 23 ' 7 7 4 87 12 30 12 50 '24 7 7 4 57 19 1 33 '25 7 7 4 58 1 57 2 27 ?26 7 7 4 58 . 2 57 3 31 27 7 7 4 58 ' 4 5 4 41 *28 7 7 4 59 5 17 5 50

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MISCELLANEOUS. Municipal Pugilism. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

MISCEHiljAlVIiiOUS. municipal Pnglltsm. A very disgraceful scono is roported to havo taken place at a meeting of tho municipal Coun oil of Roma, m Queensland, which caps anything of tho kind yet recorded. Tho local journal thus flescribositho occurronco :— At a provious moot ing of tho Finnnco Committoo of tho council a point was raised by Aldorman Murphy whothor »n aocount for goods supplied could logally bo Daid bv tho council to a firm in which ono of tho aldermen wore intorostod. Tho Mayor, who presided, gave his ruling that tho purchaso of goods for tho council at a store did not constitute a contract within tho moaning of tho Act, and that tho committee could doal with this account in the usual way. Aldorman Murphy porsistod in expressing his opinion that it would ho illegal to pay tho account, and was told by tlio Mayor that ho could vote against it if ho thought fit, but that as ho had already given his ruling on tho point, the objection could no longer ho dis cussed. Aldorm...

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Humour. THE ELECTRIC DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

Ifoumour. TIIE ELECTRIC 1)00. . 'Can I havo a word in private with tho ' man who writes the ' Questions Answered,'' inquired a rural-looking gentleman, anxiously. ,' I am tho man,' responded tho encyclo pedia.' ? ' I want you to help rno out in something,' said the stranger. ' I live down at Flatlarids, and the other day a pedlar sold my wifo an electric dog.' 'Never heard of such a thing,' obsorved the IJuestions man. ' wnat is no mast' 'AVell, he's like to bust up tho ranch if I can't stop him,' said the stranger earnestly. ' Don't you know about such tilings ?' ' I can understand how a battery could bo placed so as to givo awkward motion to -the logs and tail, with carbon points to light tho oyes,' ruminatod tho philosophor. ' How does ho work ? Has ho got oarbon points ?' ' I guess ho has, and tho carbon points in - all direotons,' returned the stranger, gloomily. ' The pedlar told my wifo to pour vitriol in 'his ear, and sho did. Stranger, thero isn't a wholo stiok of furnituro...

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