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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

K :JM®rsiiEE-c'il msi}^;!|| .'.'? ' [FROM OTTtt COHEESPONDENTsi') ;- ? ;:. ;,'; . BBrougJiton Cireeik. ? '??? ? ;. ?:?,:?. .!????', :-, ? ;'- As1! previously notified a concort to raise funds. to liquidato the dobt against the troasury of tho Broughton Creek Orickot Club was hold— well,'; in tho only building in that graceful rhamlo¥ village where pooplo can atall congregate to' |the' number of what may bo termed -oven a. .local; public mooting ; and considering tlio space taken; up with the atow-away church furniture of sdme' three or four religious denominations, and; the requisites of tho Public school boing' conducted' there lor tno want ot any bottor or. mpro; comr modious place, tlioro was,— giving. the ;.to!ns;a' heal, i.e., a Broughton Creek ; qualificatiori~a' largo attendance of intelligent ; approciativbf visitors. The Mayor of Broughton. Creek, 'Mr.' John Gray, fillod the chair; and in;; sppakirig' of tho local crickot club, tho bbjoct bEr'ithbcpri-; cort, its promoters,...

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Poetry. PSYCHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

( - ll-octn-. PSYCHE., - A Butijjbilt, fiqm flower to flower, Has fluttered by j ' lie scorns to hay : ' I live my hour, How (jlnd nin'1 1' Ah yes, while suns shino on the flowor, Bluo ia the sky 1 But presently tlioie comes the shower, And ho must die. i. Thou, too, bright. heart, from flower to flower Dost flutter by; ??/!?' Then, too, dost say : ' I live my hour,1'?] ?'??' Howglndnmlj' But presently the clouds will lower, ? : ?- ' . And storm bo nigh ; ? Then rise thou, fnr above the shower, Caught to the sky I Samuel W. Duffhsm).

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THE PIRATICAL MATE OF THE BETSY JANE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

I' ? HIE MltAriClL Hilt OF Hit Ul.TBV JANL [:--. * * It nnb tlio schooner Betsy Juno, , , For Boston from Qiuncca, And tlio'skippei Intel hobbled down below _ - i To talto Ins ryo wlubkeo * ' Bed -nas Ins noso as a cairot Up, I Ills lncfith of potations told, , And tlio only uso foi wntor ho swoie, j Was to ilont Ins vossel bold. 1 : Tlic Bkippci ho tmncrt up from below ' With a now light 111 hm ojo ; 1 Andho looked aloft ami ho looked Mow, And he giucd at the L\onuig slcy. ' A good fair wind nnd an easy son, And a fust-rate mute I'vo got ; I'll inusli that ljottlo of bom lion,' ho uud, And tlio vosbel ho soon forgot. ' Oh, »oo foi tlio slii2-pei T.I10 iilled so full 1 1 Tho nmto uns a pnato bold, Ami ho took a deep onth on a nmilinspike, ' That his nun wns goio nnd gold. Ho hnd lead of tlio deeds of Morgnu and Tcnili, And ho rotollcd in Ciiptnm Jwrfd, And he hnd spent n jcai on Siiunutum bench In sciuclimg foi tiensmcs hid. Ifo Innglicd to scoin'tho winds nnd wn\es — 1 ' I'm tho Se...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

I '? ';';COURT OB PETTY SESSIONS; ' ;:.; ; : :;,];??;:- ',''';/. 'f';.,.'5!KipATr;. Vri3KE:23,^l682. ;;v,'.';.'':';: :::;BEpqit'B' .;Mossrs.- ? Stewart, ,? l-Boxspll,' ,:and ll'Intyra,1 Js.I-. v;;i:;!;: ? ';;; :?'?';:?. ?;'-'?' x; V :'.;;. ;: ^ /,?:::': :J;^tJS;';:!?rancis Smith;y.;Hug'!i Boyd. ; .;: ? ;V:/ ?« ;::;:This ;wns iiiri actibntb.rdcoybrytnbysumfbf ;;£2, duefpr work dorio on behalf : of ;.,t'ad:;Brouglitdn yalb Municipal Council. :~','-:]'v. V;;'S; '? ''i :'.V; ':'??' '?-?? ??'.'. c iPraucis'Smith, :'being;'sworn. Jdoposed : .I;ten-, derodifbr sbirip.work on iiii'oad^ii the municiprtl ity;{of.Brpughton'v'alo,- which' ;toridci' Vwas accdp-. ted.' and: thb : work wns eomT)lotdd:bvsio: and. 'aphrt:from;thi3;Work, If^RTcdd to 'do some rd iiairs^to-a partv'of the rdadby puttirig'iu a hollow: ;lpg.to. carry; pfi1: the wator, for which I was to recoivothd above ampunt.:: ; , ??? .-.':' . :.'.'. '.' ?iMiyBicaarcIs, who' appeared,. for. tlio tlofonco, hbre'n'slcodplointiff.td produ...

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The Almighty Dollar. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

ITItc AImi;;li4)' Hollar. Tup. Toronto, Canada, Olobo has tho follow ing:— 'Brother Smith,, what does this moan P' ' What doos what moan ?', . ' Bringing a niggar to this church.' ? ' ]tul ho is intelligent and' woll oducatod.' ' Who caros for that? ? LTo is a niggor.' '( Tltif. lin ici n fi-iniwl nF mmn.' ' What of that? Must you, thoroforo, insult tho wholo congregation.' , ' But ho is a Christian and bolongs to tho samo denomination.' ' What do I euro for that ? Lot him go and worship with his follow niggors.' ' But ho is worth 5,000,000,' said tho moiv chant. '' Worth what ?' 'Fivo million dollars.' 11 Worth 5,000,000 dollars ! Brolhor Smith, iiitroduco mo.'— Amorican Papor. A Btped.u, Pjienomiinon.— Tho Littlo Bivor correspondent of tho Melbourne Telegraph writes — ' A wonderful specimen of a lusus natural is at prosont to bo soon on Mr. P. W. Armytago's Wooloomanata ostato, noar Lara, in tho shapo of a lamb of about fivo wcoks old, which in travol ling uses only its fore logs,...

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DE GONENESS OB DE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

?. DE GONENESS OB DE PAST. ' ')My doaivfren's, whar' am do past? Look fur it under de bod, down collor, up sta'rs, in do wood-box or whar' you will, an' you cannot fijid|it. Why? Kause it am gone. It has slipped away like a streak 0' grease runnin' across do kitchen floo', an' it will nebber, ?nebbor return. (Sighs from all over tho hall.) - Do you meet Plato as you go up do street? Do you fin' Cicorco waitin' at do ferry dock? Do you h'ar of Diogenes hangin' 'round do TJniou Depot to work tho string game on somo greonuorn 1 iNotanys jjey ueiongs 10 do pastan' gone. Dey sloop in do dimness of odder centuries. Whar' am de glory of do ?Roman Empire? Whar' am Crasar an' BrutuB an' Cassius? Let de dust of do past answer.' (Much blowing of noses.) . 'My fren's, do past am not de fucher, any rnoro dan day after to-morrer am day bofo' yesterday. As timo fades so docs glory fade. To-day you may march at de head of do pur ccsh'un, yer hat on yer ear an' a red sash tied ardu'n' yer body — -to...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

? f$vji 'isammi '? '.CIo'b v esip«-ii i^ieiixijc. . :;??''- 'to, Tiin KDiTOit oiVthb BiibAi.iiAVBS.TKU!an.ini.:v; :; Slrii^WillryeuVkiiiilly;iyipv^'US|':riirbugh:;:y(rar cbluiri^'1 to- '-address. '-'a fbw1 linos1, 'td;;tlio:yoiinb:- pooplo onliohnlf of tlio.intbndod Juyonild jjlxhi Htion,;to,be dponbe' on thb 9th:Npvdiuboi,:lSS2, in tlip.Gardon Palace, 'Sydiioy, ??', ? ;? ; ?;; ..;,:; .;,,;' : ,'; young 'Pi'wnds.^ThpSoliddulpof Bogulatiohs arid Prizo Pistjs.iibw:, published for your infdr-' )hiition,and wo -hopbyou;. will carpfully'.rpiid. ;them, through. ; In dVinvi rig' your attontiori to it,; allow us; to;toll .vpu eroat care has: bopii taken1 framing thorii;.'inuch.;''attontinn hiis' boon; igivpii' tp : bmbrucd all'supppsod articles i that majr- be prdparod,'. fer .'exhibition. : But- should '. any omissions tiavo boon mudo, or any part riot.' quito clear to your, apply, by ?lottov;- or personally to thp Seorptary, :whd.wiH givp you ovory infonna-. tion. If you desiro to exhibit...

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Twelve Reasons for and Against Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

TTweRve S2«5BS©ms Sob- saEad ILvxy huvo disputed whothor marriage or single lifo is to bo preferred, and havo shown arguments on both sides. Amongst tho rest, Jacobus do Teragino, in twolvo ai-gumonts, pathetic, succinct, and elogant, has described tho benefits .of marriage. Thoy aro thoso : — 1. Hast thou moans ? Thou hast ono to keep and increase thom. 2. IEastnono? Thou hast ono to help and got somo. 3. Art thou in prosperity ? ,' Sho doubles it. 4. Art in adversity? Sbo'll comfort, assist, boar part. 5. Art thou at homo ? She'll drivo away melancholy. C. Art thou abroad ? Sho prays for thoo, wishes thoo at homo, welcomes thuo with j°y- , ? . ;; 7. Nothing is dolightsomo alono. No society is oqual to marriage. 8. Tho bond of conjugal lovo is adaman tine, fi 7. Kindred is increased, paronts doubled, brothers, sisters, families, nephews. 10. Thou art a father by a legal and happy issue. 1 1 . Barren matrimony is cursed by Moses. How much moro a single lifo ? 12. If nature escapo no...

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The Co-Operative Company. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

? /JTBse : Cw-OKeirjstive iTssumjsjnT. [?] Slit,-— Thp success of the Co-operativo Company is aivotlier. illuatva'tion' of the great valvio of the principle of co-oporation. To the original pro motor o£ the com))iiny. groat honor and credit is duo. Tho start .once, effected,'' tho succors of tho company is dup rather to tho'trn'th-nf tho great principle : involved than to tho individual efforts of any ono num. In fact for any ono man to claim for himself special rudos 'would aomewhat remind mo of tho famous- ily sitting on tho axle of a heavilj-liidon waggon which tho patient oxen woro ? dragging up. a dusty road, and who complacently pluming himself; remarked- ' seo what a dust me aro making.' That tho com pany lias tlpno iriiicil to; increase tlio vohio of farm produce to tho producer is mi undeniable fact. They havo Tioeii onabloil to do this princi pally beeauso tboy havo obtained . suiHciont extoiisivp business' to control tho market and bring an amout of pressure to. bear upon...

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Mental Prescience. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

? B3«E-.faa Fn-escneiBce. There aro many instances, moro or less authenticated, of that peculiar inontal pro scionco which, scorns to foretoll ovents yot in the future, or as then happening, but un known to ho bo to tlio porson who is affected, by Bueh. impressions. As illustrations of this Doouliaritv of mind and its impressions on tho norvous system, .tho following incklonts nro' related, as happening in tho family of tho narrator, nnd tlioro aro doubt less many of a similar character, and possibly much moro singular to bo found, woro thoso who happou to bo cognisant of them to givo thorn publicity. Many years ago thoro wns a lady who had a most intnnso dislilco to ciils, fio lmuih so l.hat woro tlioro ono in tho room whon fiho ontorod slio wouldbq obliged to loavo iimno dialcly, such an effect hurt it upon hor norvous system. On ono occasion sho was invited to dino with tho narrator's finnily in tho country; but sho dolinod, bocauso tlioro woro cats on tlio proinisos ; but on tho...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

;: ';-?:. ?;.;;,' ;:y .®^^jp^.;:v;-;;^;^v::-jH? ; :. LEHO5i:.ouit;.coiutESPONDEOT.];::,-v ;';;'; As the Echo -.porsiais..- in : tho ;statpmorit :that a third .party has boon' fprmpd,. I ?.may: as .woll say a low words about it, :and tell what I kriowof its formation or father anticipated forma-' tion.-''' Thoro arp many inombors who havo: bedn. giving: tho Government, a gendral . support. who aro dissatisfied.with.tho present -'aspect asppct.oli affairs. Thoy fool that they : cannot ; con :scicritipus]y, 'support .tho 'Government . any longer, yet thoy hositnte to ally thdriisolvos with the .wretched oppo$itio'ii,':and consider that ottlip two bvils'j .supporting tlio Gdvoriinibrit is the bost. ' Tho two .knights and their lato conduct may bo (liatosteiul, but 'on: tho other hand, they say of Porstor, O'Opunoiv and .Slsittory., ' wpwill not havo you to reign ovor us.' There' is,: thcro-. foro, only cno course opon to thorn, and that is to' form a third }-arty. Thou comes ' tho duos ...

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Ministerial Ordination Tows and Innovations in Worship. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

J)SiiiJsitera«J g-rdaii:Ui»n X'ows and Hiitiovatioigs in Worship. The following is a copy of a blank form of ovor turo, understood to havo boon drafted by a woll-known minister of tho Froo Church, which has boon circulated ' for serious consideration of Scottish innovating Nonconformists ' : — Whorcas ovory minister of this Ohurch solomnly vows, as an essential preliminary to nffinn nnrl nriinlnmnnh nnrl Tin linlrla tlin HnnCnQ sion of Faith ' as tho confession of faith, and that ho will firmly and constantly adhoro thereto, arid, to the utmost of his powor, assort, maintain, and dofond tho samo, and tho purity of worship as presently practisod in this Church;' and also that; 'according to his powor, ho shall maintain tho unity and peaco of this Ohurch agninst error aud schism, not withstanding of whatsoever trouble and perso cution may arise ; and that ho shall follow no dovisivo courses from tho doctrine, worship, discipline, and govornmont of this Ohurch.' Whoroas such vows havo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

frSr BKcetinefS to be Bleirt. V Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, : July 0, 1882, at 7 p m. TTo Our Subscribers. OWING to a mishap, to are unablo tliis week to issue our usual Litorary Sup plomont; but a double supply will bo given next ?week. :':???'.?- '. ''. ..'? . . ?. 'riaiE a;;? JPuiillsJied every Thnrsday Morning. $:£y:?- THURSDAY, JUNE.29, 1882. ; .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

Mlnwnrra Kteam %ruvift»teon . v €(-un^uciy. ,, TIME TA11L13. From Sydn^.'^y-y;^^^, Friday Prom Orooiiwell [ Monday; 7 ?a.ih.'j Thursday, Point: ' ' I ' ' ' 8' a.m. ' ' '? 'V FAKTCS: ? \- ' *L Cnbin, -2«s ; Return (€n!»in)', 3©k ; gtecrnffe, 12s CtJ.- .. s ' ' v' k MANNING, . [ I ' Mnnngor. KnglfeJe ScoltiHii' :niit -!''.& ei stir itliun CI[;ic-tcrc«?'Hfatik.' ' TTPIEE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tlio J. futuro ho' conducted in llio N15W l'BE W.TSES in Kinghorn-streot noxt ihoProsbytoriun church'. EOBT. PINIAYSON. 1 Maungor. Nowra, 12ili January, 1881. E.,LANGLBY, abnvcivrissionxr PRODUCE AGENT, TJSMANIJMJvUl £ /'7JZ7ZZ' DEPOT, ' 92 SuSSliX-STUEET, - ' ? Y ]J ' N E Y . /Late Thome- and. Meiklfjohn ,J Commission Agent, ? ' ' ? ? SUSSEX STBEET, Bclivcon King and Market Streots, sydn/sy. HAWEEKT AID VAffGET Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Street, SYDNEY. ~~ -ELLIS & €0'FPAWY. AIIAYAY AUCTION PBODUCE DEPOT, ' 7G3, Gcorgo-strcot, South Sydney. Catt3c, ftiitecj*, and BSe...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

|; ;M^c^.ii;; ;iM™aiiaia:isvE3is;cs3.':; '; ;E.UKKiTnriE-SALE.— Attohtion; is.re(iubsted:.to. Mr.B.'jBi'p'wn's importarit aalo of;; furniture ; at1 :th6'Parsonagp, torinpri6w.'-;l!;;rt,;y'i ; ;; ';;;;^',;;; '??? y Mr;\ J;:' 'Ei/: Makback; B.A.— Tho} f riorids of this ? gontlaraan- AwiH-i bo '?-. jjlacl ' ^d; know that' lib has'.passpd; ;thp'; 'examination', for obia. degree of' ;Bacnolorjbf;Arts.i';C';^^;;;v'.v^;;;:y::;;vV:;;-v;'-'':' ;;;;.;''. ?:YAliWAij-.4-Tlip':latost fro'ni tho -Talwal gold fibltls go ^ to showithat the yield-;pertbn'from _the Bclipse.stprio is 8:dwts::' Last weok, thobleaiiinfc ptjtlio plates, a tier, a-.iortaight;s .crushing, yioldecl. soirie :;129. ounces, of ?amalgam ; --tlio. .quantity. crus.lied being abdiiu 80 tons.;— IProsu '?tenders aro tO;pe;called;for continuing'the tuniioliii thoStar .Cpl'sclaitn^;!:;::;;;',::'^ :;?;';:;, is:.. ;';;.{?;;;.'?;,?; ': : ;. ... 'v;r'iiT;-thG';P61ice')'Courti.'N6wra;-:.befbr6 Messrs.; Z.!G::Bice;:_Bi;Browiii1and;H:.;G-; M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

'.'?'V?:V.uvV.jN:6x''ai6rig ago at the instance of a repro .V':v;-sen^atiyes; deputation of gentlemen! from i v ?.?^^Kiama district, in that fertile and picturosque .^jVilbcali^ty, called Jamberoo, tho Engineerin 'i'S'^chief'for Kailways agreed that it was right vr'titp make a second trial survey betwoon Wol ?' j:^ longong and Kiama of the route of tho pro ? v; posed' Goast Railway. Tho interests repre ; '''.sbnted' bv. the deputation were among; tho ;V:';'.'.y. largest 'in the South Coast; and they very t;;;, naturally, respectfully, though, indirectly, ;? protested against the lino making a detour ;/:; ?away fi'bm Jamberoo — than which there is, - ? ., not atmore naturally rich, and consequently i.;! 'populous, district, of the Const — via Shell s';;;: -harbour to Kiama. That departure Kiaina ??' ?.. wards; from the very proper expectations of j ,;' the promoters of the scheme might have been *:'. '??''. 'because the survived routo happens to be ;;?; tolerably level.. It might hav...

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THE DYAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

rf;/'i:.^':-:,J!bV,'-'.:. VlTiiis uvaks; ?;, ?' (' '..?ii'iVV.-i'i - :TnB7i8dm^oflioiql;oliaraotor,of: Mr; .Bock's ;jburrioy::porhai)S, assisted him, in gaining, an: entreo into /the ' best sooiety'.' of thp- Dyaks, . andohq/bbedmo! intimately acquainted with Mobarig himself, tho gristly king of tho can nibal head-hunters; ?: whose personal appear drieo?:is so -dreadful and his history so sanguiriary that one shudders as he reads tho minuto description. Tho traveller wondered if this urhn . visago could over laugh. After trying in ,v«in in many ways- to provoke a bmilo .while ho was ;umking a sketch, ho finally handed -, tho finished : portrait to . tho grim chiof to oxamino. The ohief scrutinised it olosoly.ithon looked his guest for tho first timo :. fulli.in.itho face; and 'aotually smiled a ghastly grim smile.' ?-.-.'-.. The horriblo customs' of tho head-hunting. Dyaks are not talked of frankly among them selves, arid Mr.1; Book v believes i that head hunting is dying: out befor...

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Sir Henry Parkes in England. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

Sir Henry IPai-kes in England. Lootok, May 5. Sir Henry Parkos has yot by no means com ploted the lound of dinners and othor social fostivitios offorod him by a generous people. Dinners taken and visitos paid only lead to further invitations, and thoro is yot boforo tho colonial statesman a long vista of, ongagomonts tinfulfillod. Tho United Kingdom Alliance havo asked him to a public breakfast in rocog nition of his work in connection with tho rocont measure dealing with tho licensing question of Now South Walos, and ho has agreed, at tho present roquost of a nuinbor of I'lomish lnanu facturos, to pay a visit by-and-byo to Bolguiui. In tho course of this trip ho will mako some stay in Antwerp, Brussels, and othor interesting contros. Sinco tho sailing of last mail, Sir Henry has discharged1 two or throo important engagomonts. First and foremost was tho groat public banquot given iii his honour at Willis's rooms on Friday last. Next, porhaps, in point of intorost was his appearanco ...

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THE WORD "TEETOTAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

???.'??' ?'?'''?'??' :%KWB;.\vtna},!i teetotal.'.'.'.':. ??';?.?.'.:.; :.;. Mani explanations: havo;becngiven:;to. tho word';,'.', tobtbtal,!!,! but: the following is tho.cor-; root one :.:? Among ,i tho : early converts was Iiibhardi '.Turner, ;d- hawkor of iish, .whoso. speebli/wRS fluent and' not refined.' , Biohard; would oohi words to express his meaning when! others' failed.5 /About twelve months after, the above-mentioned pledge was signed, and while tlio.contrbyersy with. those who only abstained from spirits was still warm, liichard delivered; a fervid specoh, in which ho spoke against any half-mbdsures, and' declared that !' nothing, but .tho-.te-tb-total would/do.'- Mr.'Livosey, , who .was 1 present, at; onco exclaimed. '.';That ?shall -'bo!; tho namol' The meeting oheored; arid froinUlmttinio the. word. ','tdototal' was; :pvbrywh'brbi- applied to ontii-cns contrasted withipartial' abstinence. Tho author of thb nairio was a1 staunch advocatoof tho cause for riianyiypars, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Darling Harbor Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

? ^ ? The HDarlkHfj SSarljonr Cases. O00DLET AND SMITH V. MINISTER FOB WOnKS. After having been soven days before tho Court, the case of Goodlot and Smith v. Ministor for Works came to an end yostorday aftornoon by the jury returning a verdict for tho dofondant, and fixing the amount of compensation at £87,716- Is, or £277 loss than tho Govornmont valuation, which was £87,993. Tho amount ciaimeo. was i,ioti,o, /. As m tho Uarrott caso, the verdict was given by a majority of 10 to 2 ; but the jury wero not so quick in coming to a decision. Thoy retired to consider thoir ver dict at 20 minutos to 12, and at half-past 3 it was intimated to tho Chiof Justice, who was on tho Bonch awaiting tho resumption of tho proceedings in another caso, that tho jury woro as 10 to 2, and dosired to know whothor tho ver dict of tho majority would ho takon. His Honor informed the counsel at tho tablo, and inquired whethor they would accept tho verdict % if tho jury woro called in, orwhothor they pro f e...

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