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

Hollo way' s Oixmbst axu Pills.— Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and slrictuiiw aro spoodily relieved rind ultimately removed by applying this Ointment after formontation with warm water, Persons sufforing from tlioio scourges of tlio human. Xnimo should, arrost their process nt once, for it is both insidious uud nipid. Pistnlin, it lonq; nllowod to go unchecked, not only weaken the norvons system bnt destioy life. Tho sooner thoso inoatiianklo romedios aio used tho nioro corlain is suocoss, yot uouo need doapair ; hopolo3.s eases )inru iikowisc yielded, uti'l tho HUlVoior boons ivod u painful death. In uxcori.itions a- few applica tions of ' tin's healinc; Ointment otl'och a euro, whilu tho W1K, ronioiully with it, mo O3pocially beneficial in loluxing and lumoving stricluios, .wlmtovor thoir situation or duration.— Adv. The Man who Vonds 01 Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit oi' a ])0]-nlar medicinal eonliil drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vouds .or imports to bo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

WANTED, an APPRENTICE to tlio punt* mg tnulo. Apply at tho oflico of this paper. ANTED a fust rln/s BUGGY BODYg MAKER Api/in AvCJEOROE TI10M-' ON, Nowia M115 17,Ufp2 ON' and aflei (Ins dato inn CATTLE found? TRESPASSING on-JVollomM Hun will bo impounded. // uj -?i I e s rowe, 18th '?July, 1881. ^ ? TvfbriCr, is liriTXjLifln tlint tlio QUAR .1 * TERLY LTOijJwJ MEKITNG foi tho District' of SlioalhiKf/VWI lm hnlilon at tho fo.ut Hfiuso, Ni{W**-PRlDY\T, tho 21st July next, it '-'''^'fflSSft By ordor of thoTSfil* W I,OVEGnnYE, OPS THE abouniiinod/ Am will bo paid foi tho dolrtii} at 3l//.-^Ium'ssi1(1'pi\ Now in, [-f a Bm^o ind White KATG VRUO SLUT, lost iioin Sri C Bindon's, 'I'oimi i B.-'UJaSE.flC; KflJM«a.vJ3S'K1. fly A COMPLIMENTARY 35 VNQUET will bo J\. Mien on TUESDAY Iho 2«)l1i mst, at tlip Cooinopobtin IF AtaICuii^ui oo Vallov, to the Moinhas for Ciimilol/ «Jil Shonllii\on, Mlsuis GARliEfT, KlI-D,/iml ROiiJBY, Ms t, A Ticmis, 10/0 JOHN THOS. MILLIGAN, lion Poo nr«B caBM'OA'iC'E.ia...

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Clippings from "Sydney Punch." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

CHfJiJtngs from ' Sydney ff'unslt.*' Last weok's issue of our comic contemporary is .particularly good. The -woodon-legged com missioner, sent by Mr. Punch to accompany the Promior, is mado to give some humorous accounts of Sir Henry's sayings and doings in England and tho continent. In tho cartoon, he- is seen evor in. tho way; nnd in narrating the peregrinations of the Premier, frequently forgets the aged knight, and relates his own actions alono. In this of course he is but copying the distinguished politician, with whom he is sent as ' commissioner. The following, however, does not orr in that particular : — ' Mr. Punch, — I told' you how I had sent Sir Henry over to_ Bolgium. It now remains for me to describe his reception, and how I arranged; things. I told you boforo that I bad my eye on Prosper LamuT as a likely man to take him in hand, being led thoreto by a personal knowledge of his acquaintance with the merits of different stylos of iron suitablo for rails and otherwise ;...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

CoDMBDicreBaB Jhttfu'HIISjf-i'Biitie. ?♦- — «»{K'j-lt-iil- 4'«ctjf««jsj (B^aHECed). Syiimy Mmuci 1 Piuri s Bolow wo givo goni nil quotations X s. d. £ s. d Jiittor, bost, per lb.. 0 2 0 to 0 2 1 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 19 ,, 0 1 10 Uncon, dilfo 0 0 7 ,, 0 0 8 Ditto hpavyandrough Otto,, 0 0 G Oheoso, ditto 0 0 8 ,. 0 0 10 Ditto 2nd and mfoiibi 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 7 Hidos,poilb 0 0 3,, 0 0 3J Calfskins, each 0 10,, 0 1 C Tallow, ppi ton 24 0 0 ,, 2S 0 0 Arai/o, pot bushol 0 0 3 ,, 0 0 G Wheat, poi bushel 0 0 0 ,, 0 (! 0 Biuloj', (English) 0 5 0 ,, 0 5 G Ditto, (Capo) ditto 0 4 0 „ 0 C 3 Oats, ditto 0 3 {) ,, 0 i 0 Uav (oiton) poi ton . 8 0 0 ,, 10 0 0 Ultto(lucoino)ditlo 7 0 0 ,, 10 0 0 Potatoes (imp) ditto 3 10 0 „ i 10 0 Powls, poi pan 0 3 0 ,, 0 3 3 Ducks, ditto 0 i G ,, 0 4 G Geouo, ditto 0 0 0 ,, 0 G 0 Tuilvoys, ditto 0 3 0,, 0 10 0 Egg-,, poi do/on 0 10 ,, 0 2 0 Conimoioml Stoics, Sussov-slioot, Sjdnoy, Juno 20, 18S2

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Cable Intelligence. London, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

-CabEe ~' luieBJBff«iiBC«. {Fiom (lie Rifdmi/ J'apeis ) ,/ London, Juno 10. Latest novvs from Egj'pl ipjioi t that tho panic amongst tho Europe m ic-idenls of Cimo and AloMindua 00111111110= unnbilcd, and vp--sp1s trading to tho poi t of Alo\andua aio crnwded, and tho men-of-war 111 tho harbom .110 albo aftoiding ovoiv nssistanco, in accoidance with ordors received from tho Government. Intolligoiipo lecoivod fiom Milta .iniiouncp' tho ainvil thoio of Iho Chiinnol Sqiudion, ?which 1-econtK kit Enn-land ioi Alo\audiiu 111 oiilnv'tri ho nrn'niirod for ovorv ovontiialitv. Thu tiausporis octompjiiyinc' the fleet aio engaged in cinbni l.mg t rooj-s .it Al ilta Ev ei v ])repai a iion is being in idu foi equipping a sufficient iorco, but it is understood that this v.ill only be landed should npcos-sitj foi action anso Tho Orient stnatuoi Cu/co, which loft Mel bourne on 2iid Mav 142.i caici=csof mutlim, anived at PljiiKiuth to-day Tlio lofimointun!; tnuclunorv is m knijr \v t-H and tho condi...

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

SY.HB5.Tffi3Y. ? »^» [l'ROXC OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Perhaps tho most important ovont of tho past wook is tho groat mooting hold on Saturday afternoon to do honour to tho momory of tho illustrious liboratbr of -Italy, Gonoral Gnisoppo Garibaldi, tho nnnouricomont of whose death, a couplo of weoks ago, caused such a profound foehng of rogrot throughout tho civilized world. ?Tho mooting tliou was a complete suecoss in every sonso ot tuo worn, xno decorations designed by Signor Scensa, of the Survoy Dopartmont, did that gontloman great credit. The north nayo of tho Gardon Palaco was drapod with black, white, aud rod, tho latter boing Garibaldi's favourite colonr, ho having always adopted it as n uniform for his volunteers. On tho platform was a colossal plaster bust of tho horo, executed in six days by Signor Sani, covered by a veil which was removed whilo the band, under tho eonductorship of Signor Gmmmona, playod a funeral murch composed for the occasion by that distinguished musician. D...

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Original Correspondence. Maudling Sympathy. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

3BFag;Bsm! Cfti'ft'esBJOitmJemee. BSauiIlEiBK Sympathy. Sm, — I observe in a recont issue of your con temporary a communication undor tho heading 'A Hard Caso,' wherein improper conduct is attributed to tho local police in bringing boforo tho Bench a porson who it was subsequently proved was a professional boggar. That the ?writer of tho letter vofon-ed to was unacquainted with tho caso, or biassed by somo common tio, is ovident by his reflections upon a deserving officer, and by his mistakon estimato of tho truo character in which tho woman Johanna Killoon apponrod. Thoro could havo boon nothing, I imaginOj moro clearly proven, than that 'tho woman in qnostiou was systematically bogging, and that ivhilo ho who ought to have boon hor broad winner was lazily lounging in his bod not many milos away. Tho ovidonco showed olonrly that there was no ' indiscretion ' on the part of the police, and the ' tootor ' of an ' ineurablo wound ' is totally in orror when ho states that tbe Bench dis...

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Nature. ANIMALS THAT FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

\ '(fiatuve. ;.. ANIMALS THAT FLSH. ' In India .tame otters arc not unfrequontly used for catching fish, which thoy bring ashore in thoir teeth, and for driving shoals of fish into tho nets. Dr. William Hamilton gives an interesting account of a wator-dog in Ireland which had become a most excel- ? lent fisher. 'In riding from Portrush to the OHant'n- Causoway with . somo company, wo had occasion to lord tho river near the sea, and as the fisherman woro going to haul tlio not, wo stopped to see their success. As soon as the dog perceived tho mon to move, ho in stantly ran down tho river of his own accord, and took part in tho middle of it, on somo shallows, whoro he could occasionally run or swim ; and in this position ho placed himself *?\ . ?»'! ' *lio. nfiffnrnoaa nnrt attention ro sets liia gamo. 'Wo wera somo timy'ii!yWc.y i to approhond hifl sohoms, hut tho ovont soon ' satisfied us and amply justifiod tho pru- ' denco of tho animal, for tho fish, vrhon ! thoy fool tho not, al...

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Mr. Arthur Cubitt. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

Mr. Arthur CmJ»H*. ^ ? . T9 Accompanied by a portrait, tho Sydney JButtitin contains tho following biographical uotico : — ' There is probably no inau who is moro widoly known in Australia than Mr. Arthur Oubitt, tho foundor, propriotor and conductor of tho Missing Pnond's Agoncy in this eity, tho ramifications of which tire astonishingly wide spread, uml tho operations of which havo boon productive of au incalculable amount of social good. JVlr. Cubitt's careor, which exhibits groat perseverance and practical adaptability, largoly iif.tof! liim fm1 f)tn TOnrlr hv wViipli lin m inninlu known in those colonies. Mr. Cubitt was born at Norwich, England, in 1829 ; was ' appren ticed to tho soa,' acd came to Sydney as Mid shipman, on tho Strathedon in 18-t-l. After sovon yoars' service ho passed a first-class ex amination required by the Boyal Navy, but woarying of delay with rospoet to au appoint ment as master's-inato, ho abandonded uu idon of entering tho sorvico, and roturning to Syd...

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Essayist. THE PAWN-SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

J6ssa$0t THE PAWN-SHOP. The recent movement which was so general JJkUour largo cities toward the orderly and rasamio organization of tho abundant char ity, i-'h public and private, for aiding tho poor, an especially tho tendenoy it displayed of a growii,,(iistrust of moro alms-giving as being at best,, injudicious and temporary palhativo, togetli^yith ul0 increasing convic tion lhat.it is poas,io to permanently, im prove tlio condition oii,o poor on]y ftB thoy arc taught the Mlf-re.^t ot jnaepondoncc, and furnished with tho muB ot becoming™, suggest tho following social ,,(lyot ti101,OTn. shop, as it is and as it might ..,nafl0- No ono, bo ho poor or rich, nv . rasnOcj that his ontirolifo shall bo passed with si.^,,. mankind that ho shall never oxporionco ak any timo tho need of somo temporary assistance, and especially is this need folt by Iho poor from tho vory fact of their povorty. _ Tho only institution regularly constituted in so cioty as yot for mooting this need is tho pawn ...

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

SiscmijAMEOTsl Seizure . op Pisn. — Somo of tho Wollongong fishermou appear to havo boon doing a rathor oxtonsivo businoss among tho small fry, for no less than 10 bushols of fresh fish woro this morning soized at tho fish markot, AYoolloomoo loo, by Mr. Soymour, bocauso of their being under tho prescribed sizo and woight. As tbo fish could not bo sold, and as it would bo a pity to waste thorn' tho markot authorities took tho laudable courso of sonding consignments of thorn iu aumu oi mo cnuntaoio institutions or tho city, and thus tho Infirmary, St. Vincent's Hospital, Benovolont Asylum, Doaf and Dumb Asylum, Soup ICitohon, and kindred establishments wore bonofttted, and grateful they all wero for the presont. But thoro was ono institution outiroly suporior to Mr. Seymour's consideration— -tho Hydo Park Asylum, whoro tho proffered con signment of fish woro rejected with supercilious soorn. It appears that Mr. Soymour was un gullant onough to send the fish' to tho old ladios of this...

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RECIPES. HOW TO APPLY THE SODA REMEDY IN BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

RECIPES. HOW TO ArPIilt THE SODA IlIiHISDY W BUIVNS AND SCALPS. It is now many years ago (sco tho London Medical Gazette ol March, 1844) that tho author of this paper, whilo engaged in somo investigations as to tho qualities and effects of tho alkalies in inflammations of tho skin, Ac, was fortunate enough to discover that a saline lotion, or saturated solutiop ol the bicarbonatcd soda in cither 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 ,s only superficial, or not severe, removing laVHP 'n '10 cour3° of a very Bhort time ; ;leanlincss, art!., very _ groat advantago of routing tho usual consoqifericUS^ J» ,prc bhslormg of tho ? skin, separation or li U , spidormis, and perhaps moro or less of sup puration. For this purpose, all that is necessary is to out a piece ol lint, or old soft rag, or even thick blotting paper, of a size suff...

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Household. INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

;??- X/ ; '0i ^Ibouseboib.^;;; v;flEz ',:,;'^;-!.v:.'''!';.'':''''lliniaESlioK.'!: !!:;:!':.,;!?;;';.:;:;?:;?? The commonest ana most distressing; symp toins^of. indigestion aro a sonso of woigbt or bpprbssiori' in the stomach after . partaking of' (yi-gonorally unonjbyed— meal, often followed by. irritability of temper, depression of spirits, arid a sense of gonoral: discomfort vaguely, 'termed ' out of sorts.' An attaok may last fprdays.or for weeks, or .bo so long continued: as to beobmo almostchronic. Medioine may give temporary relief, but that is. all. The oauso of tlio mischief, which may bo taken to l'dsulttrom aformontivo nrbcess oommunicated to every meal almost as 'soon as' swallowed, must bo removed. An antisbptio miist bo. looked for, that, whilo stopping or lulling tho torment, will bo harmless to tho system; and, wo find it in glycoririe, which was first mon tioned in connection with indigestion about' oigliteon months ago by Dootors! Sydney Kinger and William Murrell...

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CHILDISH SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

? ^''.v^:ik.1:V.:-'onii.i-isn::BDiorDEs; i!ifi-;:';-':-.i ',??? is}: ribti'oiiig; thq suicidd;of ' a : olarioriet-player, Pubk adds,'! 'Vcornot; playorsv-ploaso;. cbpy.V.:: :It\is to ?!bb; 8_uim6sed!.that ^thb oldririot-inian ;'blow-ciutihisbrainsi'r as this -would boithq' mbthqdi. with ;vwliich )hbVwas~most:familidr.! His iiriotivbs, ,;tob;rriiust have- beoiy peculiar. .-Was it; from iombrse?^ 'Did he think .'of : tho .Bufforiric hohddcavised; dridJrealisingthdthe' could not forego tho habhVbf his .hfq,:lai'ew, of rioother way'tb.reh'evo a suffering:wor;d.thari .toItakq-hiinsbUout of it? ?. .Tho ; motives for, !men's,suioide,'outsidb'of_tlib:goneralcauses,pf: loss, disappointment or :uisanity,sobrii4o?bo:' -as-numerous -arid various as thonumbor and variety of tlio people who! commit the 'deed. Tho motivo of ' a Louisyillo -.; doctor .was the same as ?'? that : which .we have Biipppsed to abtuate the olarinot playor. -He,waS''8'oursq to his friends and tho world, and deeming his ba...

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Miscellaneous. DUNEDIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 June 1882

fliMscellaneous. DDKUDIK. .-.- » Is a sketoh of his lifo Mr. W. Chambers, of Chamber's Journal, writes : — Having written a number of articles on the sub-; ject of emigration, I felt considerable in terest in tho operations of the Now Zealand _ -Land Company, which proposed to colonise' New Zealand on a plan somowhat resembling the Now England settlements in tho seven teenth ? century ; ono settlement to be for 'members of tho Church of England, another for Scotch Presbyterians, and so on. - While on a visit to London, I procured some infor mation oh the subject from Mr. Edward Gibbon Wakefield, a leading spirit in the nnmnnnv's nffairs. In the district set aside for 'the reception of -Scotch .-settlers, .it-was' arranged that- the name; of the- chief ,; town was, by :-way .of attractiveness, to be Now Edinburgh. It was no business of mine what they, called .the .town ; but without damage to the plan, I .thought an improvement might bb suggested, which I did as follows, in a letter ...

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A NEW SLEEP-PRODUCING AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

- lA NEW SLBEl'-l'llODUOIHt) ,'AOENT.-. .'?-.. ;?; I According to l\ia Medical Record Professor C. Binsi, in a sories o£ articles ? contributed to ? tho lJcrUiicr'KUnische)lroclieiischH/t, announ ces ; the : discovery of- norye-deprossing arid .sleep-producing properties in ozone.' .?' -- ? ?? ? \ Tho accepted view regarding this gas has. been that it is very easily decomposed, nascent oxygon' boing, sot freo; that it is extremely -irritating on this account -'to -tho tissues, act : ing much lilto chlorine, and that it cannot bo absorbed by tho blood. ? Bins!,- however, shows that) in proper quantities, it is not irritating, canibo inhalcdand absorbed, producing, as ho (claims; peculiar eflectson tho nervous system. , j .The gas was genoraledby tho sparks- of an electrical battery containing four of ,Bunson!s-' olemeuts. The ozonized air was conducted by a tube through chloride of calcium. It was then; carried, by. a tube cither to a largo air tight glass : bell; in which ah, animal...

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Science. DENSITY OF THE EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

W^'W%:'^e[\ce; .;-^ ??? -y^ ,f. ivv:i::',v;,BENsiTV:oi' TriK iuitTn. .';;'»?/, ; Qi!bi,pai9TS and astrorioinershavo boon led, as' . tlio'i 'result ; of- ? a ' mbro oarof iii | and oritioal ox- . 'aniinationijoftitho'- qubstioh, ? to . ' doubt 'tho hypothesisjthat'thb earth oonsistaof, a.grodt - fluid ?.mass^siirroiindpd by) a ; comparatively.; thin' shell -of ; solidivmatorials.1 -' Tho'gbiioral Btability- bt- the' earth's ^ci'iist seoms' to thom to bd irrecohoilabloiwith the supposition that,; at rib'greatdbpth'fromitho Biirfaoo, tho jwholb mass of the globo is ? in a liqiiid-'conditibn. And' if,.aB against tins objection,1 it ;bo sup iposed that, the solid, orust; of -Iho ? globo iis ?'Spvbral .hundreds ? of miles in lhiclmoss,r itas idiflionltjVProfessor Judd; arguos, to uridoratand Iio\y thp-ldbal centres of volcanic aotivity could 'bo'-'supjilicd i from ?? such :.dbop-scatod sources. ' Then .again, i£ all igneous products woro: do rivbd'fronrorio contral, reservoir, wo might fa...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. STUD SHEEP FOE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

i^iiBQ vfciiltuye. 'iyMit S^pxvSTUD^HEEP FOB FABMERS. ':0;: ?iv^W'o:'--''^ BY AN OLD COLONIST. ?- 'y:'r.'ii'S 'iiisaurprising that bur tanning classes do ^?/npt/dbvbtomorb attention to tlio raising of V.-Btud .'sheop. Wo do not in this paper rotor ;frabroly.totli6keopingo£ small iloclts for thpiv ';; wpoland iriutton ; but to tho kcopirig 'and ~im'- .' \ proving, o£ stud Hooks foi\salo purposes.',! Tho '???uusiiibssjs one suited specially for irion of. iiir, / tolligoncb and;judgmont whoifarm a',taw,hnnji ?.'drddfaoros;oJ!:land.';..,It is a:bu8iriesB,whichvis ? . inanfanoy; as yet in tho colonies and. bpforo ; / wllich;thero is a;great future,' bnly;reooritly . '. ;' ' tho news: was_ spread-all over,' Australasia .that. ?/.^ahl.onlorpriMngraiiuatting iiirin -in'/Wotoria! .; liad'^Bontivall.itho i.way..to,-,,vorraantiViin jtlio, ?- ^Unitod,Stato8,:-purohaBed.thoroa; numbpr,.,ofi rams;and owes,/ and, at whatniust / havo, boon: ;?'-. .very heavy/' oxponso brought ; thorn i:toj ;this,. ...

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AN IDYL OF PROVENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

!? -^ J::'^IDra;,pF;^BbyENCE.i;:;^:::'^ PEiiiurs you dp;iiot:romoinbor tlio /dqtdits of the charming storyjof 'f\ Pierrodo Provonco ot dci Jlii ;Bdllb : Magueloiino ?'- f It was a favorito history :in the Twelfth cqntury. ,' This romance was turned :into,vdrsb in~1178 by Barnard do Triyifis,' canon of; Maguolonnd, and it is said that it whs one of tlio first books that Petrarch read when ;,;hq camo to Avignon, and that ho .attempted to perfect it. : ^, Tho story is, in brief, this : Pierre was the son of Jean do Provence and his lovelv wifo. tlio ; daughter of Don Alvares, Count of Bar celona. Ho had considerable fortune, and tho right to reign sovereign ot tho Comtal, but ho preferred po'aco to glory, and did not dispute tho title with his usurping brother, but lived with more content at Cavaillon, with his beautiful and virtuous wifo, than if ho had possessed tho empire of tho world. Pierre was their only child. He was most carefully educated, trained to all exorcises in arms as w...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

IRoveltst. : GRIT. A story of tlio past and prcsont; of Ordl nary men and Ordinary things, In Ordi nary language ;'-.' 'MJio.Burd thy sin will. find Hied out.' / BY' DONALD CAMERON. AUTHOR OF ' IS TUB 1OT.DB OF TUB SERPENT,' ???!? ? 'siLVEnWATEIt DEND, ETC.' '. V^v ; i ',It is d;lreautiful .belief '&??? ? :!: '-'?, ' '- :,.''. v::'i.jL'!-,Tlmt'ov.ci;roniidoni;,lioail . '; '.'?': ;-, V :' '-'?? ; V' ' - Ai-o, hovering on iiugel \ving3,,' : '?'.?', :? /^.jVj'^TIio'sjiiritsof tlib ilcart;'- '?^.?^??:^. '.;:' . .. ^^/'bHAPi'EIlXrX^-tcoNTiNnED)'.' . ' [ -? It must not be thought Jack neglected' ? Bertha all this time. On the contrary, he wrote letter after letter, aud sent costly pre sents of diamonds and jewels, but they were all returned. Ho had copies of tho GriiUj Gully Trumpet, containing paragraphs allud ing to his wealth and success, sent to Bertha and Mr. White, but no reply was vouchsafed, and tho papers were sent back. This drove him to distraction. He could not believe...

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