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Thirty-five Years Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

S ; Thirty-five Wears Arc. We reprint bolow ono of tho published soiraots of ' H. Parkos,' which versos saw light in 1845, some timo boforo Tho Murmurs of tho Stream ' were penned : — . TO AN AUSTRALIAN CHILD. How gloriously bright is tho morning, my ' child, * ?Out-bursting in. smiles o'or tlie land of thy birth! .out its paraaiso spienuour uaa no or reconciled Thy Siro to his exile, young creaturo of mirth ! If nover' hadst thou, with tlioso full-orbed eyos Pleaded so in thy innocent lovo for its claim ; For oh ! those are not tho greon woods and blue | skies ..Which my childhood rejoiced, nor these wild , flowers the samo. Sweet Day-spring ! what griof-tincturod rovcry stays ....- Through therose-wreathon hour of thy blossod return ? Evon he, whoso sick fancy tho flowor-pavon ways Of his childhood re-traces, still waking to; mourn,— To sorrow o'er momorios fading in tears, — Even he, though tho Morn o'er a stranger . ? land beams, ' Peels the spirit of light that in all things ap...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

jr Ko &iic, rpiIE Rncing Joa I '' ETriEL,' with two :jS_ Suits of Sails; lompleto. Auplv to GEO. Gil AY, ' . No\n-a. . EFoiyfeaie, ,. R'O'rB.^LUQE/.jnWHAY. 4s. :. por..cwt.; EARLY m-ty) P/PATOE^. r,s per bag. Stuck of MEADQJfV; ll.T^— a bargain. ' /AMES MONAGUAN, ' ' ? ? ? Groonliillsv B5 j-oHg'Swos* Crcete. THE . IREmND. .' A .PTOJ3LI0 will bo hold in tho ? : h\ yclWliw/il- 'yt I! rough toin/l Oracle,- ''oil; SATUB-I/jVW, Tiist/nst., wpMIc p.m. to cqhsidi r the host mwlo of. a^isffi^^tlj^uffm'ers*; ;by. tho iirosont'li'nini\o in .1 yllam'Ui^'^ ? ; lewis ^motyre; . . / Broughton Creole, .i DR. LACBY, u\ L. R. jjJI\, ytond., &c., j TTAS CO^rjrEWa/tettio PRACTICE of his fJLJL'-v r.PttOJ?EVSlQJ\;. in . Shoalhavon, and may.; bo CONSULTED aV5lOSS' 0ENT11AL HOTEL, i Greenliills. . I WaieJijaoaatinji' E5si«8 tfttwclBcry.! ']% /5~R. II. SCHRAGEL has commonceil Busi-' n ess as aJf!A(/Tl CAL AVATCIFMAIf ER and JEWELL™, n/xf/loor to Mr. L1NKEN BAp-lI'S, /?lj/m ho will bo happy ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Telegraphic Intelligence. [from otjr correspondent.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 r.ir. Mr. Buehanau movod in the Assembly last ovening, a resolution to the effect that tho imposition of custom dutios should be such as to encourage and promote nativo industry. Mr. Greenwood at some length controverted the argument of Mr. Buchanan. Mr. Eoseby was supporting the principle of protection when tho house was counted out. Tho annual contribution to bo leviod to meet tho expenses connected with tho pro visions of the Diseasod Sheep Act has been fixed by the Governor at 7s 6d per thousand fni. 1HRO The cricket match between the Australian Eleven und Fifteen local players is not yet completed. The., Fifteen have 210 runs to make to win and as thoy made 230 in their first innings, with ono man absent, tlioy anticipate a victory. * London, Jan. ; 26. — England, Austria, and France have complained to the Porte respecting tho nonfulfillment of the Treaty of Berlin in regard to Montenegro and Greece. ? . ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE SETTLING UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

. TltE. SETTLINO UP. At 8 p.m. the inombors of eommitteo and a number of. gentlemon inumboring between 40 and 50, sat down to (linnor in the Assembly room,- adjoining/Host - Woller's Numbii/ilotel, ? Host Woller'as usual provided tho edibles with ' ' his wonted choice und liberality. Tho Presi dent, Mr. E. \V. Flatt, ocoupicd tho chair. Dinner being over tlio company retired to tho long room in the hotel. The President after a few remarks, complimenting tho club on tho ? success that attended the regatta of that day — which I10 considered was tho most successful yot hold liudor tho auspices of the Rogntta. Club— handed oheduos to' the winners' as mid or : — Pttir^onreil raco— ,W . and J. Wilson,' 1st , prizo, £10; socoiul ditto; J; : Armstrong and A. M'Leau, £2. . Scull race— K.Pollock, lstprizo, £10 ; soebnd ditto, Q. Armstrong, £2. Sisiling raro— Leisure ' Hour Club (Shoalhavon), 1st; prize, £12 ; and Josoph Purdie, i Cup, value £3 for fastest Shoalhavon built boat ; second prizo,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Commercial . Intelligence. [BY ELECTIIIO TELEGRAPH.] , Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. -' , Lucerne, £3 Ids to £4 per ton (for priuio), and £3, to. £3 10s — a. very slack trade. is ropoi-ted : potatoes, £2 to £3; onions, from £5:to £6; nmizo continues quiet . at 2s 4d per. bushel for best,; eggs (improving), lOd to Ls por dozon; butter, 3d to.od .per -lb ; bacon, 3d to 6d ; pigs (alive), 2Ad to 3d; fowls, 2s 9dto 3s 3d per pair ;, ducks, 3s to. 3s , 6d ; geoso, 63 to 7s; turkeys,' 6s to 12s.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Slioiilliaveii Regatta Cluh. Tiie annunl prizo mooting of tlio abovomonamed Club took placo at tho usual course, jSTumbn, on .Monday last;; tlio 26th inst. : Tlio weather was in, ovory respect :nll that could bo dosired for such an occasion, - tho day being shady and cool,: with a fresh continuous breozo blowing from tho south-east. An -unusuall}' larso concourso of visitors attondodi not beciiuso tlio day- was a public holiday, but because tlio Regatta Club of Shoalhavon is do-jorvedly tlio 'most popular: sporting institution 'in tho , distinct. : Tlio ferry paddock, kindly placed at tho disposal of 1 tlio coirimittoo by Mr. Berrv, is found to bo a pleasing rendezvous for r; pic-nics, ? and whilo thoft oxciting contests of ? tlio day may bo witnossod, all tho privacv anil comfort of a social gathering may bo enjoyed in tho shady grottos of tho shrubbery that covers tho rivor bank. Abso lute freedom from all that is degrading and immoral is characteristic of tho regatta mootings. Th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

. €Iif (Lclfiinipli GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Kingliorn-street, Nowi'a, Shoalhaven. i ? , 1 ; rnilE . oxtonsivo circulation secured for The Tc/a/rnp?t throughout Shoalhavon and tho -JL South. Coast, rondors it of spocial value as an advertising medium. 'L'lio Oflico is roploto with PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE, B011DI311S, and ORNAMENTS, : which onable tlio- proprietor to ox'oouto work in a stylo oqual to nuy offioo iu tho colony; with, tho utmost accuracy and dospatch. .The. Telegraph is published ovory THURSDAY Morning, at six o'clock, and forwarded to : . all purts of tho colonios. . . TERMS 01' SUBSCRIPTION* .1, ? . ? Yoarly, in advanco. . . .:. ... :. ....... .... ... . £\ : o 0' ' : Half-yearly, in advanco ? ? ? o 10 6 ' ' 'r-, .. Quarterly,: in advanco ................. ; : . : . . .. . . . - . . 0 5 0 - ? v .-. -: -On crcdit, -per quarter . ... ?.:.... ... . v . o (- 0 All accounts rondorod quartorly. £ Tho finarters tonninate on tho 31st ^farcli, 30tli Juno, 30th Soptomboi', and 31s...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

EMSTltHCfl' SffiWS. ? ?. [j-noJr ouit c0iun!Si'0XDF,ST.] C«mK»c%Varra. Trn! Weathor.has boon vory changpablo. During tho past wook.it. was unusually warm, whilo tho. onrly liart of tlio prosont .is. .. umu.un.lly. „ cold. Grass is gottinsj.voiy srmcc, withorcd and dry, and whatovor littlo grass thoro is, is covorod with an innumerable swarm of grasshoppers. OutUo appear to bo still in good condition,' 'but. thoro is an ovidont falling off in tho quantity of thoir prodt k'O. Tho only matter of .intorost to chronielo from .'? . this'part of tho .distnct for;: somo timo, wns that of tho farewell concert givon by J[r. 0;;. Ibols, last Friday ovoning. Though not' having;. tlio; pleasure oi' boing prosont Irboliovo tlio concort was a decided success, both in the attondanco and also ill tlio porforinanco. . i Tho frionds of : fair piny ' will bo pleased. to. r lonrn that ? tho ?fcommjiUo ? appointed; '.for rtlio t lotting; of - tho 1 School-wl. . Arts' havo;'. recoil-, sidorod' th--ir noti...

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Is This True? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Is 'JTliis True A soiiewiiat. caustio joko is going tho! round of. tho English papers. An old farmer, who thinks ? chain liars of agriculturo jjind. tho education of laboarors , uatnivgatjiJ abvom .iati ins; is sni l-.to havo givon.-tlio i(illowmg|as tho real ' cuusoiof agricultural disticss ; — 't , ' , 17fo| ?' 1 ' Farmer at tho plough, '. ri Wife imlkin^ Lira, Dnughtor .spinning yarn, - 1 , Pon tliiesliing in tlio 'barn, All huppy to a charm. ' 1S7J. ^ Fai mor gone to soo tho show, | Daughter at tho pi-an-o, - ( Mudamo gaily dio^scil in satin, -( ?\ , All the boys^a-leurning Latin, : , ? '? Withamnit^auo on tjio 'arm. ,Tu^_ Live, Siook lluruuxs.v— Tho annual ,rop:n'f?ot tho:Ghiot Inspector ol'v Stock-has bo^u? isuuod. , It show-i a Mitiitaotory stato fif things-. On: January. 1 of last voar thoro wore in tho: 1 colony' sh op - bo ng- auj iuoivase -on the prpviiiuj year of;H,22o;;:02.:S:Tho;iiuml)S^ horso^ wero .'j3ti,4(jS, i.;o'ag:flii incruaso :,ot'; 8^18: ; on tho piovioug year...

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Mr. Ibels' Concert at Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Mr. IbclH' Concert at Camliewarru. On Friday ovening last a very fair audbneo assomblod at tlio School of Arts, Cambownrra, tho occasion being a farowoll concort given by Mr. Carl Ibols, assisted by his pupils aud several lady and gontloniou friends. Mr. Eraser, J.P., of Canibewarra, occupied tho chair, and expressed his satisfaction at see ing so many prosont— attending what would probably bo tho last concert thoy should L.-ivo from Mr. Ibols and his pupils in this district. Ho was glad to regard this as a mark of thoir appreciation of Mr. Ibels' efforts and scrvicos as a teacher of music, and I10 was suro that all would wish .liim success in the now sphoro of labour to which ho was romoving. IIo would, without furthor remark, as thoy had a long pro gramme, call for tho first piece, a Quintette, ' Cavalry March,' (instrumental).? This was very well performed — despito the instruments being slightly out of tuno— on tho piano, harmonium, flnto, clarionot, and ouplion lum. Tho familia...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

PRESENTATION. Mr. Vico-Prosidbnt Finlayson, of tho E. S. and A. C. Bank, aftor a gracoful and appro priate spooch, presented to tho President on behalf of the membors of Committee, a hand somo Binocular Fiold-glass, and read the fol lowing address : — 'To ' FREDERICK WALTER FLATT, Esq., ' Commercial Bank, Shoalhavon. 'Deaii Sir, — Wo, tho Committeo of the Shoal havon Rogatta Club, being desirous of testifying our appreciation of tlio zoal and ability displayed by you in the capacity of -President, dosiro' your acceptance of tho accompanying Fiold-glaBB, ?which iro trust. ???will soito to remind you iu timo to ? como,' not less of tho , many ploasiant,! com-' mittoo inootings iir connection- with . the club, than of tho'cstoomjimljospoct iivwhiohyou aro hoURiy'iTs individually' arid colfOotivoly.'r ^[ITora follow'* thd'jlnmos of'tho'officdi's of tlio Club aiul mombois of Committeo.] ?MivFlatt i'0])li0(l,' remarking .that it; was tho i first tributo of tlio kind ho had roeoivod in thi...

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Australian Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Australian Sugar. The sugar yiold of Australia , this season . is tho largest over obtained, in tho country; Tho country returns aro. not all available yot, but tho calculation is that 'Queensland- and Now South Walos will havo closo upon, if, not fully,: 23,000 tons, Of this quantity, Quoonsland is expected to contribute' 15,000. Tho heavy yiold of Now South Wales is 'due -largely to the facilities offered to growers,' and to tho great businoss capacity and ontorprise of tho sugar company, whose* mills and factorios liavo' done so much for the: OIiironon'iind .TCip.liinond rivnrs: - Tlin Twpnr?. it is said, is shortly to profit by tho samo system ; aud there are openings for.soinothing of tho samo kind^and for; tho contral factory :;systoin, . in .the Logan district, and also at Mackay. Although tho progress of settlement is somowhat slow, thoro is a stoady increaso in tho. fanning popu lation of tho .latter district; and wore a central factory available— if factory -devoted -to th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. : January 21.— Hunter (s.) and Promise (ketcli) from Sydney. ' ? January 24. — Our Own (s.) and Hunter (a.) from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. , -January 21. — Our Own (s.) for Sydney ,, 22. — Hunter (s.) for Sydney 23. — Moooyan (sch.) for Sydnoy ,, 26. — Hunter (s.) for Sydnoy. ? EXPORTS. Per Hunter, Captain G. Walker, on the 15tli January.— To Sydnoy : 681 hags potatoes, 230 kdgs butter, 58 tags maize, 89 pigs, 94 chooscs, 22hides, 2 calves, 15 cases eggs, 4 coops poultry, 7 hags oysters, 2 bundles s. skins, 8 bags bacon, 1 case cheese, o bag3 onions, 4 parcels, 1 bug seeds, 1 bag boneB. Por Hunter (s.), Captain G. Walker, on tho 18th January. — To Sydnoy : 579 bags potatoes, 312 bags maize, 9 pigs, 7 eases eggs, 3 coops poultry, 1 case cheose, 5 bags oysters, 1 horso, 1 parcol, and sundries. To JCinina ; 18 bags maizo. To Wollongong : 32 bags maize. Per Hunter, Captain Walker, on the 22nd January. — To Sydnoy: 315 bngs potatoes 163 bags maize, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

lIlawuiTU §t--am H'avigatioii CuragKiiiy. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE.' Jjl R 0 It S H O AM A Y E N, MoiKlay, -i n.iu. Tluirsilny, 8 M.in. FROM SYDNEY, ' ' ' Tuesday ami Friday, 'at XI .p.m.' ,. All meals supplied duririg'tho passages of tlio steamers fveo.of clmrgo. The Steam Droghom, undercharge of Captain ? Buchanan, are always plying, on tlio Shoalhavon RivoiMu.eouuection 'with tho Sydney, steamers. lj E. SCANNING. ^ ? .fh ? r lliigHskf and Auisti-aliau . , Cliartmil Uank. A BRANOIl of this Bank is now OPEN' at ,z\/' NOAArRA; 'Shoalhavon, in temporary premises, 'foil, tlio ..transaction of ? till usual .bank-. iiil' business. JOHN DOWJJNG, ? .' Manager. : Sydnov, 5th .Tune, 1S78. Wanted (o B»e Known. ~\\T JONES, Coll ins-st root, Kiama. litis Y T ? Horses uiul Vehicles FOR HIRE. IIo is prepared lo run between AArollongong and Ulladnlhi. Also, that he. is a. cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JA1IBEEOO. W. HALL, . Gener...

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THE "Telegraph" ALMANAC FOR 1880 [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

THE ' , ALMANAC '? '? ?? ?.???? fok , 1 8 8 0, ? Containing the Days of the Month, the Risine v - iand Setting of the Sun, and Changes ol ^ the Moon. ? ? ? 1 :v -' 'V & v ? A -... v' ' '.V-'- - - . - cS ? i;.i:.vS^ £ & jT § f £.§ s. _ - - ?' ? - S-! s l-sf J' 1 11 - 1 r Jt '' ' -? s: ^ fe S3 £ * '-?? ' /- rt r' ^ H H a,. JANUARY ? ' I 2 3 - : . -r- .list,,.- S.;:risns.:-l'5'i,. sets -4 5 . 6 ? 7 8 9]0 -?'?.,:.-.-'!.-,i:7.,18.-.:il6th.-.8.-rises.6*fl. 11 12 13 M 15 10 17 - sets 7-13. N. M. 12th. !-? I92h2I 2223y.j, - F. M. 27th. 25 2b 27 28 2!! IK1 31 ? -1 ) FEBRUARV ? I 2 3 -J 5 --' 7 ?!:.''':i':'---: ;:ii«ist, S.; ri8y6-22;'sets;7y5; 8 !) 10 11.12 13 jj.;.: \ ,16th, S.ris 6.3R, set6.52. 16 lii 17 18 J -J -2: 1 2 1 N. M. 10th, F. M. 26tli. 22 23 2 1 io 2o 27 28 , ''-'i-: 39 MARCH ....i ? 1 2 3 -4 » 6 . lat, S. rises 5*49, sets 7 8 9 1(1 II 12 13 '' 6-35.! 15th,1 S: rises 61A 14 15 Hi 17 IS 19 ?--) gets 6 17 N. M lllh 21 22 2 1 2 1 25 20 27 F M 26th. 28 29 Ji 1 31 - A...

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Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. Kitchen Garden'. — Just prior to an expected ahower, turnips, carrots, poas, lettuce, spinach, arid' French brains may bo sown on suitably prepared ground. Savoys, cabbages, and oauli flowors, should bo planted out ; care being taken that tho strongest and healthiest plants only from tho bod aro clioson — lot thoro bo a sufficient distanco botwoon tho plants — two-and- a-half feet is not considered too much by somo gardonors. Whero practicable, sowing in drills is strongly recommended, the bods being long and narrow, so that in hooing there need bo no trampling on thom. Flower GaiuIen. — Watering this mouth i .should bo sedulously attended to— let it be dono beforo sunrise or after sunset ; novor when tho sun is all powerful. Weeds will require keeping ?? v down, and tho hoe must be in frequent-, requisition. Dahlias, though Into, may still be planted. Bulbs may bo profitably tukoii up ns soon as tho leaves aro withered, arid after careful and gradual d...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

LOCAIj IATrFJBlL.SiIG]GjSrCJB. ,'. Nowra Public School. — Master James Imlay Forsyth, a pupil of this school, has been appointed Pupil Teacher at the Public School, Milton, and commences his duties forthwith.   Intending exhibitors of 'jams and 'pro serves' aro reminded that their oxhibits must bo in the' Hands of tho Secretary this day week, and that no oxhibits of that kind can bo received after that date. ?' . ? . . Municipal Council, Nu.mua.— At Nuinba, the Retiring Aldermen, .Messrs. Jas. Ryan and J. T. 'Dixon, 'aro -nominated foiv re-olootion. Mr. Weighandi is also nominated, as are too, tho rotiring auditors Messrs. A. Campbell and D; Barron, for thoir old position. ? ? Medical.— It is notified, m- anothor column' that Dr. L'acey, Licontiato of tho lioyal Collogo. of Physicians and Surgoons, London, lias com menced tho practiso of his professian in tho district of - Shoalhavon. Dr. Lacoy mav now bo cousultod at tho Central Hotel, Grconhllls. The Irish Famine.'— I...

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The New Public School, Worragee. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

The New Public School, Worragee. THE new Public school building at Worragee, Shoalhaven, was formally opened for use on Tuesday afternoon last. A number of ladies     and gentlemen, invited by the corteous Secre- tary (Mr. Samuel Elyard, of Nowra), wore in attendance, and at 3 p.m. sat down in the school room to a luncheon provided by Mrs. Alderman Wood in choice and liberal supply. The tables being cleared,       Mr. John Lamond, Chairman of the Local Board, presided, and in addressing those present, he stated that the Clergy of the district had been invited to attend, and being unable to come had tendered by letter their apologies for not being in a position to be present. The Rev. J. Har-   grave (Anglican) was necessarily absent in a neighbouring locality. The Rev. M. D'Arcy (R.C.) was unable to attend and though the         Rev. W. Grant, M.A. (Presb...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Tin Tug Cigars. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 February 1880

MISCELLAXEOIS. ' Tin Tag Cigars. An ontorprising grocer in Wostvillo, Connecti cut, comos oufin forco in bohalf of Ins Tin Tag Cigars. In a modest circular gojgtly, urging thoir purchase and.uao, he says: ' TffeHobacco from which tho Tin Tags :;aro'mado is.grown ontiroly in conservatories, aVd tho cigars' aro mado on mahogany tables by thorough-bred Cubans in swallow-tail coats and white kid :? glovos. .Whon a man smokes ono of theso cigars, ho walks on air, and dreams that he has a dia mond scarf-pin, and a sixty-fivo-dollar suit of clothes on, and just married rich. It makes tho broath sweet, and koops tho teeth white, and will forco a moustacho on tho smoothest lip in fivo .., - weeks. It improves and beautifies tho complex ion, eradicates tan, freckles, and dandruff, and is enjoyed by all tho smokor's ' sisters, cousins, and aunts.' It pormeates tho houso, window curtaius, closots, and clothos with the dolicato odours and exquisite fragrance of I&liotropo, Now-mown Hay, ...

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POETRY. The Irish Distress Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 February 1880

P O 11 T It ¥. The Irish Distress Fund. By Henry \Hallorxn .ju. We aek not from-^oluctant hands', -The dole of pity or of pfide ; v. ' The cry that through a thousand. lands Tells how our nation has been tried Awakone sori'ow unrepressed In every true and manly broast. . Bow'd by the weight of Heaven's decree, Tho humble homos are desolate ; The anguished gaze, _the bonded knee, Tho starving child' tho firoless grAte^ Tho spectres of a gaunt desRrfivJgjjjjp^ Despite heroic toil^jujo f 'Within the van of battle's^ir* O'' Tho sons of Eire long hav^ sttfod ; , That Britain's arms mt^^utolWvin,:^' „ Thoy gave, and withouFsti^-tfeir blood.!' Thoy ask that, for tho blood thcty shed, Tho frionds of Britain givo thom bread. And whilo, bonoath Australian skies, Thov hear the moans that cross tho sea, Appealing to thoso sympathies Whioh Bind tho valiant and tho freo, Thoy know, .with how supremo a will, Australia aids tho suffering still. » \ v- ^ V# Whon India's famished hordes wer6 smit, Wh...

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