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Humour. HOW THE METHODISTS CHRISTIANISE THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

||;|;/g|flbumGUv. ; I . /; iid\y : tue -iiETiibpiSTB', piiuisTiANisu ; tiie ??'??-.?'?/i1-.-.-1 /:. ;-;:;i' ;/ -/ bniNESE., It' has b'edn found,' according to tho Now York 2'i;i!)H7ie,.that;'a:good old Methodist revival tune in G flat', with 'a talcing chorus, will bring a ,Chinanian7 into the heavenly enmp, while, long prayers, will'di'ivo him back dccpoi into the inirb of; tho false and mjsticbohof of the ancient ?'doctrines, of ...Quan, Chang Quee, Hong' Guic,; ? and, .the. theological celebrities who flourished about l'200 n.o. The leporlei ro contlv, attended a Sundav-sohonl mpntinir. where .sdveral Chinamen wero taking, part/in th'q/.cxerqises, and ho says of tlioin :— ',' They, sang '..hymns: both, in .Chineso and English. , Wheriltho.q'rgan struck up tlioy woro ovidohtly. much' pleased, arid broad smiles lighted, their otherwise'! impassive faces. . They sang '-.', Hold 'oat ', Flortj We Coriice,' ingood stylo, but in an';pld. familiar. hymn; they did remarkably,, woll,'as.f...

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

i .-;/ '^FAMOUS 'EPIGEAMS.,:,./' .'. .';„? ] , , ,.Why,so,cby,'my ibvoiy/riidid ?','.;' './ . j -...' , ' Wliy,pf age so rnubh.afraid'?' .,' . '?/'?' '). 'Your bh'ebksi like roses' to the eight, ;.:. ? , .iAnd..my hair, as lilies whitq;; :. ' . //.'. \\ ? ' ; ?'. Tri lovp's garland, we'll suppqso',.'; '.;'.' : :,', Me the lily, you thb rose.; ..-.,.*. . .- ' ... .: — Anacrcon. Wind, gentle evergreen, to form a shado. .-'.-, Around the tomb whore Sophocles is laid; Sweet ivy, wind thy boughs, and intertwine With blushing roses and tho clustering vine, , Thus mil thy lasting ^leaves, with beauties ; hung, '? . ;.' ... . .... , . , , :.' ,, . ; ;..'. Prove grateful emblems of; tho lays he, sung,; , Whose soul, exalted like a god of wit, -,' ..., Among tho Muses and. the Graces writ., ?':, , I ? . , — Simmias. ? ! , O my sweet mother, 'tis iri vain— I cannot weavo as once I wovo— !?;? : All wildored is my heart and brain, ; » '?-. ! '-. With thinking of the youth I love.- ? ? . ; ; -.; ...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company(Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

g C-»sBiiimcB*CKi£S £nadeS!!s^«Eicc. goutli Coast .aajjJ ,'W«st Cnntiilcm €«- pi-'eriitive Ciuupauy (liijtitdetJ). Sydnkt MiiiTris'p' PiiTmsa. Bolow wo givo gonoral quotations. ? , , ' £ s.' d.- £ s. d. Butter,' best, per lb.. 0 1,, 9 to 0 19 Bacon-, ditto'. . .?'. ? 0 ' 0 G ,', 0' 0 8 Ditto heavy and rough 0 0 5 ' ,, O'O (- ' Cheeao, ditto ? 0 0 7 ,. 0 Q 9 , Ditto 2nd arid inferior O^'O^-i1 '„ '0'0'G PiKa,.porlb. ..;..i... 'f-OfO, /-I-. „ , 0 0 0 Calves,, ditto ? ,.,0 10 0 „, 1 10 0 Hides', por lb. . :. . .'. . ' 0.: 0 3\- ,; ,0 ? 0 ;0 CiilfskinsYench. ?..'.:'' O'!'r,O ',, '0-1 -t Tallow, por ton' ''..'. _ 2-1 '^0' 0 \, '28 '0 0 Miuze/por bushel/1. /.'-?'(-* .;- 0,'i,, .'0''o' 1 Whoat, porbushol'.'.-i-O^a 0',,' 0~-G'-0 Bafloy;'(English)!-.'V;i'0'. 6'0 ?',', .,0.'5 3 Ditto, (Onpe) ditto ..,!' 0 '-i 6' '„-? O.»4 9 Oats, ditto .'. i-.'.1.-:'.-' 0 -3,,0 „ , 6 -'i. - 0 Hay-(oaten)porton./:,7 .0 V'O ,;,\ 9.'0 j) Ditto(lucorno)dittor.1''0 ,,0-. 0 .?„- ,9l0 i) Potatoes ditto ? -1 0,0 * ,, ...

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

^Yr,ANTED,'an-APPENTlCE'to'thoprint-^ T V ing trade Apply at tho offiuo of this paper.! :; ' ,vt ?/'!-? T]J[r ANTED a first class BUGGY BODY W... MAKER. A-|#Mo GEORGE THOM SON,'' Nowra. ' May if/isfi'Ji. . , * , , . Seas SJjiJSengsf JSewanl, - ' 1 r | Till!) 'abovouainod-AuiX will bo paid for tho I ? delivery at Mw/m'b saddlery, .Nowra, of a Brindlo and Whi/o KANGAROO SLUT, lost from Mr. 0. Bindon's, Torrara. ' ' .'''?., LOST, tho Bi'ni'i CM? of n hn~~y wheel, 1)0- I luonn TiiK/ lli'l »nd Nowra. Plcaso I iftiirn to \V. L0M5CIII0VJ-J. j — 1/ A COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET will bo 1\. divon on 'JJHlVKfiDAY, tho 20th inst, at tho Conmopolilmi JAat./Cnngaroo Vullov. to Iho Members for OamrfonVirml Shoalhavon, Mxssub. GARRETT, K1DD, aid ltOSEDY, Ms.L.A. ? .Tickets,. ? 10/0; - . JOHN TilON. MILLIGAN, I Hon. Sec. . Notice tit Una S'whiic. npiIE Undorsiffnod bog to inform thoiv Cus JL tomors and tlio Public generally (hat, unli! furllior notice, thoiv Pricos will bo as fol lows:— / Primo Joints . ...

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POETRY. Farewell to Fatherland. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

POETRY. Farewell to Fatlierlantl. (From, the German. J BvJ. Lake: Kow Bwclls the Rail, tho -mncl invite, And evening findd a watery (ttiivc ; Impntient rmnps the restless keel, . .. And sighs to pimlrol o'er tho wave. Grazing through the pv.nilo distance, Tensive on the dccli I stand, Swells life's knell within my hosom : Farewell, hcloved Fatlicriaud. Tlio sailors shout, the captain calls, And all tho deck Li bl.vthc nnd gav j Tho anchor's weighed, mid proudly lionnds The gallant vessel on her way. Fainter still and ever fainter Grows the distant silver strand, Fast the blinding tears arc falling ? Farewell, beloved Fatherland. Now Westward ho ! yc ho I heave ho 1 Speed on, my bark, fly swift nnd far ! My trembling heart forgets her woe, NVhilo westward gleams Hope's rising star. All at. last is fled and vanished. Eurst is every bond nnd hand, ? . Take, oh ! teko my breath's last blessing : Farewell, beloved Fatherland.

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

'No pout up Utioa contracts our powora' may lie truly said of 0110 of tho most, invnluablo preparation of modern timos, for its salos aro notconlinod to any particular sphoro, butoxtond ovov all tlio quarters of tho globo. Orders aro boing constantly rocoivod from roinoto soctions, and its export constitutes ono of tho staplos of our trarlo. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curative properties havo boon translated into all languages, and thoro is no portion of tho world whoro LTdolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. —Adv. Dew of the Alps. — Tho world outsido of Europo having discovorod that this pulatablo tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant oxtant, tho domand for it in tho Wostlndios, South Amorica and Australia has literally bocomo onormous. It is straugo for hundreds of years so wondorful an appetizor and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiors. and tlio thanks of millions aro duo to Messrs. M. Moss and Co., tho wol...

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

l?ItttiS«!t|-al Mitttcrs. ;; TCrAJtA , is famed for its dairios. In formor times, ibo.l'oro womon's rights worp so wull asserted as thoy me now, tho occupation of Kiania ' lords of tlio creation ' consisted oniony in bringing up thoir bovino fiiondH, sitting on n rail and smoking thnir pipes whilo thoir 'bettor halves ' did the milking, and then driving tho dattlo back to pasture. Tho placo is still bucolic, and so are aldormanic tropos and figuros of spoocn. it was suggostcd tliat two ot tho aldermen should mppt to assist thp council clork to mark ou tho ma]) tho boundaries of ono of tho municipal wards, whoroupon Aldorman Graham remarked, 'Thoro will bp two bulls mooting thpn !' and Alderman Somorvillo rojoinod that ho was proparod to moot Alderman Graham ' on oithor side of tho gate.' So long as thoy bpth ?bellow-.. from opposite sidos thoro will not bo much harm done, but if porohanco thoy should moot without a good stiiT fonco botwoon thorn, it would perhaps bo ai woll for tho ...

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

c:|';f;iriHi®C|3aiS|a|m©ir^ ':.,;;yibToitrA:;pays;£10',6b()pppr;:^ :ch'\nddlibr3rind',b'ra!3s'fltting^^^ fniatiuf n'otuTOr-ib; the :cplbriy,: ^hopays,:'£650i)|ppr.' ''annum-' in :ATOge's'£;:v^ :--:vIn ;brdeiv to ,;tb^ .Obur t '? Jnd^Mii jray ,J\v,hn ;*on app pal ji'''fe w'ldfi js) agd''iqua'die)l;Ja';;cpnyiotiori'^of;vthb;;.^ 'Bonchi': bri^thp?'' ground, th ; that. aperspn suppliett Avph ..'liquor at a prpmuited: hpur; is ipt'a traybller'';;libs;:wi^ tibn,,;a;Bpe'cialcdse-^ ,'tp dbtain\ari':auto Judges'pf th'e 'Sup'rpmG Corirt;-^Satur(lay's.i5c7ibi; ?/./'Some sppcimbns;ofi.;O:upp^ :haye'.;bberi'i:shPwri*iiri«iMel^ ; About thb 'mind ifwhbhce ???;tt;-;(Mmo;'th*Gw':isi'th'is'; ; story, ^The' original ad yonture'!'was';J.a':pr()^)pbt-'. liiRorip-— the/grpund-,::^a^^ ,obtairied;,;yorj'.:sbori:6tbnepf.sudli.o^ ridhuess;'waS';r,fpund;:'tliat ;th.b;riin'ridgor bocairie: ittGmonflbuSly'oxbitodi'/an'fl'.'.W^^^ pf the' geld; ? attpripp' flpbdbrl-thb ^iininb'i'rilacedpndlbckson.the'; :pumpsj;SO...

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A GREAT CHEF'S SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

-?-. ?, .. i , . v ,;,'. :;. A GEBAT; CHEF'S SUICIDE. Vatel, grpatest ;of . cooks, Fouquot's legacy to Corid6,!had to'cator- at Chantilly for a host of grand guests.: ;Big Louis .tlio Fourtconth was striyiiigitp .criiBh litllo Holland, and Cond6, who. was''. to ' bd! tho, real eommandor, gave a fflto'in' honor, of :thb expedition. There was a hunt, a mponlightproinoriado, and a supper in a gardori of jonquils. Vatol had boon in his gloryl Tlio cpokory was exquisite ; but, alas, at ?Uio..t\vonty-lutu taulo tho joint failed, for more' sat down than had been oxpooted. Vatol was, upset.' ' Ho told. , tho steward, Gourville : 'iMy, honor is lost; this is a disgrace that I can't dnduro.'.. Poor man, ho had not had ariy.proppr. sleep .for. nearly a fortnight. Goiiryiilp sawho waSjiiot well, and spoke to Oo'ndo, and tho princo went to Vatol's room, and told him : V It's all; right; ;thoro riovor was anything so beautiful as a king's suppor.' 'Ah, my princo,'ybu are yory kind to mo; but the ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

-Cahic ,. loftellS^enee. i'fiv-' )'?':( From the Svd-net/ Papers.) ::V:.':?;i;' :.:;:: . ' London, Juno 23. ; .Sir:Heriry!Parko3 has had an interview with M.'.iPrpycinpt,, French Minister for Foreign ;Aflairs, .on Australian topics. njlri'thp :Hpuso of Commons, last night, the ;Hon;:vEyplyn Ashley, TTndor-Socretary for the ;Golonie8,0 stated ..in reply to a quostion that the ;Gbvernmerit' had -'urged upon the Queonalanb! ;Gbvoi'mnerit the necessity of oxoroising increased; ;ivigildnce'iri , tho protection of the South Seas, ?,whb 'wero:euiployed as labourers in tho colony bf;Q.'ueen'si»nd.' Tho Houso of Commons is ^dnily, .on!-ncoil in tho discussion. ftf tlit) Tri'sh Tlopro'.sionHill. \\ yostorday's silting tlio Jlonsn votnd (]») nrloplimi of tho amendment inliodncrd with the consent of the Liberal party, oxloiuling lo Ch-eat lltitain Iho operation of tho clause which provides for tho summnrv oxpulsjon of all foreigners who aro suspoctoil of exciting rodition, or \vhoso pro sonco i...

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Sketcher. CHOCTAW COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

.,;;v:;;.^;^Shetcbe^^i;:'::;^?.f ?' -: ;:0HC)0TAW; tiQTJETSHIP. -AND (i i- ?-;? :u.i, :;'j:y:A;y.:-;MAEl{IAGB;.' /,^..-.i!.;;i*J^; Wuisn.. a -young ,; Oli'octaw, of -..Kainp'sr or ;(Nos- j hpbd' county ,i:6ees.a,maidon' 'who ploases:iliis, 'fancy, ho. watches, .his, : opportunity, -until ho finds'lior.aloiio.r-Hc.thon apprbachos :within a few. yards of 'ilier;and:gdntly' basts aippbblo' towards her,' so that. i.it'.may, 'fall at ; her, 'feet. i Ho may have todo thi8,twb.,pr.'throb.tiiri6sv beforbho attracts tho; niaidon'sVdttontip'n';.;' If this, pebble throwing 'is- dgrebable,- 'sho ' soon makes it manifest; , if .^bthdrwispi d.scornful '.look and d. decided V okwah'-indicato that his: suit ; :J3' in .vairi.!; ?SoineUme3!;;, instead' ,'bf; tliroiying' pebbles Vtho /siiitor-' .oiiters ?/the' woman's cabin ;andlay's his'hdt'priharidlter^ phief; 6rif the bed.;'^' Tins a'ctidri'is'iiiterprbtbd', 'as 'd-desiro, ort'liis p'drt.lthdt she should' bp'tlid' sharoro£hisicouchi;';I£;thbvmdn's'...

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The Late Rev. Dr. M'Gibbon. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

'K'he.JKJate ifficv. BBr, M'-Kil!»!»oiii. ' By the Bkv. Geohoe Gbikm, M.A. Oj- Thursday night tho Bev. John M'Gibbon, L.L.D., preacxior, proasrnan, and eontrovorsia list, passod a*,vay from the h-V-ours and «xcito ments of this enrthly scouo. His dscoaee was riot a surpriso to his friends, for it had been ovideiit for 'wooka, and even moniha, tliat tho lmrid of death was upon him. The kindness of .members of his congrogutioa provided him with tho m'ombers of his congregation providod him wit:1i tlm mpnns n? fcriivftlliii' or tho OBnorKinU.v of rest, and the resources of medieul skill left nothing undone to restore his failing health, but with no othor rosult than tho exte-n-siou of his ' long and weary sickness. A tionsidsrublo time ago, it becamo only too evident tbu-6 disease of the hoar!;, had dstiiblishod itself, and when tho- symptoms assumod im alarcniug character about six years cincp, Dr. M'Oibbon mode a visit to tho homo country for rest, change of soeno, ond? bother medica...

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Nature. MY HIGHLAND COLLIE AND HER ADOPTED KITTENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

IRaturc. my iiKiiiLANi) coi.mk and iiun adoi'it-d IMTTMNU. Tin; story of Itollo and her contest with the gray oat and tho kittens, recorded in Cham bers' Journal, has romiiided mo of an affec lionato Highland collio which adopted two kittens under perilous and painful circum stances. In tho days of my youth, no iron bands of railway had bound North and South Britain together. Droves of Highland cattle passed through my native villago every autumn on their way to London ; and tho sagacity and fidelity of tho Scotch collie doKS excited my admiration. At that timo, my father farmed in threo counties, Nottinghamshire, Leicester shire, and Lincolnshire ; and tho interchange of Btook from county to county and from farm to farm necessitated tho use of a good shophcrd dog. Much of my lime in youth was spent in assisting to drive tho cattle and sheep. How often 1 covoted a dog of tho truo Highland breed I But so strong and mutual was the affec tion between drover and dog, that no gold would ...

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

'. :, ?;??;.' ' THE 'DEAD' STDEEN'IV -??'?'?. ::'-^;;-\ ' i 'Twas miglity'slow'tpmaKojit seem as if iiobr' ; Brown was dead; ? '':.-'';:: ?:?;.:;'.'?''.'.'?;?:;.: ? 'Twas only just the day /he- diedrhbrhad'ta take his bed; K:';y~ i.', '?{[:.?????'-?/:':'??'?:'!, ¥''' ?'.',;:? Tho day before, 'ho played''' first-basd;'and ran MoFarland down ; ... .:; .;;:-, : ?.';,v,-.;. '.''.' And;then tb''sh'p. away! sp^ ? ?; likeBrown.:^^' : :i :'.'; ,;'.';^v;'f! ''';'',;','?; ' .-^ 'Twashard for niy'bwri life to leave thatfollbw's ; lifo behind ;./-' ?/;[ '- ;f;-; -Cv:1.';;i-'.*-4-:v-0:'^! 'Tis work, sometimes, to got a miiri wolL;laid' out in your iniud l.v I;' ;-::-'- ? ; ?S.:;.-'\ .;-, .//^ It wouldn't have shook :--m'o ypry/ much,' /long . after all. was o'er, ;?? -/^.I'^-'.rt'V.:^' \J.T:.l'; To hear a jwhoop,' arid seo tho man go rushing ./pastmy-door I '..'.. .:; ?;?_ .'?-.. ?.;?''.', '.^ ,iir. ''iV. :,':,,; Poor Brown 1^-so white and newly still within ':'.;his'rodmiiblayl '-'';/;/'-'.' ?'...

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A NOBLEMAN'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

A NOM.KMAN'b CAIlKKll. Tins somewhat sudden, though nonq tho less expected, death of tho Earl of Lonsdalo, has called up a good many reminiscences ol tho short and gilded careor in dissipation, vice and folly of every kind by which this wild young nobloman has mado his name at once famous and infamous, even botoro (as since) ho came into tho Earldom and £100,000 a year some seven years ago. At tho age of twonty-six ho has died of wickedness and folly, just as did tho Marquis ot Hastings be fore him. Wliilo yet Viscount Lowthor, at tho ago of sovontoon ho married, in a drunken freak, tho servant-maid of his tutor. How long ho lived with his young woman (who was a French girl, by tho bye) nobody seems to know. At all events, when he came into tho title shortly after, ho took care to discard hor, and on coming of age ho could, of course, legally annul tho marriage, which ho did, and subsequently, in 1870, married Lady Gladys Herbert, a sister of Lord Pembroke's, a beauty in her first s...

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Miscellaneous. A HIDEOUS MOCKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 29 June 1882

:^XW^f^M^^S:^S$i ?I'-^v'i'':' ' ';- ' :i ' iiiDEbns mookjekyI ??V.V|-!''''j':.'.Uj1;.'.'' / T;yb/or throb years ago, 'itSvas/our. fato'tb' ifli' '? Bpe'et i officially' certain \. vaults '-iii i;dh:; ancient' bliuroh of niucli historical interest*. that wa'si uridorgoingrepairB.:' Thb pbjebt was/to, a'scor-' .tain beyond, a' doubt .who ' had- .boon buriod/in. :Jtow.,lpadori'/oofUns|!':,\.Th^./Ayto igreat'^pprsoMgosVibutithe'ro ^yasVnp^thing.tb' . toll us who ' they ' . word,' ? arid'/it' ' was' oxpbotbd ? .that wp might find inscriptions of somokmdj 'to. ?throw/light on-, tlio. subjeot. . , ;Tho bbfllris'; ;thb'u'gh'tliby-lidd'been;priginally''as(Btrqri^ jdad .could -inolcb /thbiii, hqd/beph'oritoiribed' ifrom d'eo'ntury ,tb. d'eeritury and a half.;- Their eonditiori was ldmoritabld.'. '? Thb lead/was hero' ^andi/thoro: broken, into largo fissures; through /tlid; forcible explosion of corillhod gassdsj'a'nd1 it was not diilioiilt to' distiiiguislied tho' con-' tents. .All had been. ...

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THE ONE KWE LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 July 1882

TIIH ONE EWK LAMB. What bitter words woro snid to-night . ISosido my lionrtlintoiio dcsolato I '.''';? . What limdd'eiiing sorrow lirnko tho gloom , i Of thin for-ovoi'-hauntal room I \Vlion solemn twilight fell, And I, now-robbed of my ilolight, unino iiomowani, nil atwnr wuii I'nto, AmV dohfonqil by her funeral knoll 1 Boforp tho, dnisicd sods woro placed typoii -ho'r gravo, my ono-yoar wife, Bofnro tho blossoms, lrosh and fair, I Woro hiddon from the outor air I Uiion lior coffin-liit, ? ' ' ; f A strangor clniincd with nwful hnsto - ??' ! Tha right to wcon for that spoilt lifo, ? j ? Nor ooulil I thoso hot tears forbid. ? ;?*.. .':,??; ; Ho enmo from f ar-olT lnnd of gold '. : ; - ,:?;:? Whoso shares' -thb Southorn.wators lavojr '? -,-; . j Ho'camo to s'odtter at lior feet, i -'..'-!-..-. ,-.;?; ! -.; '?i''-i,J ; ? World's wealth nwl lovo's,;to mnlio complolo I Tlioir lives with perfect mid 1 ' - ? .:;/:.?,?., j . To clnim her promise given of. old,. \ '::,'.!' | And found tho s...

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Science. OUGHT ONE TO BE KILLED AT SIXTY? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 July 1882

: :,;.: :.'; ^'Science,.:: ,. l,,'';/;;::^; :OUGHT.ONE TO BE KILLED: AT SIXTY ?: Huxlev is .credited with the suggestion that, inasmuch as a man .adopts no,' now. scientific, theories at. sixty |. yours. of age he jriight as well be killed. It is a'ssuriidd that at that aged man ' has some settled convictions . about a , great' many ; perplexing matters. '.Ho ; has thrown' overboard ^ great many, theories, has ..sifteid tne tacts ueanng on a great, many more, and. has put under his feet a.pret'ty solid platform. Humbpldt was .in the : very hey-day, of rhis investigations at sixty.'. Hoiwasa,young',nian at .that age.. Agassiz reaclied. his prime at that, age, or rather would have reached it had he not overworked ; hud .brought'-, 6'nf.a brain disease. In, the last years of his life he was as ready to adopt any newidoa iri science if oncohecouldfinda satisfactory, , demonstra- tion, as ever before/, Thefact was;' that' in an ; important, senso^ ; Agassiz was(tho first to pro pose. tho...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Household. RECIPES. SOME "DEMONSTRATION" DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 July 1882

Ifxmsebott), REGIPES. SOME ' DEMONSTRATION' DISHES. By Bessie Tremaine in The Queen. Una ot tne cmei essentials to good cooking- is method in preparing and arranging every thing necessary for the dinner whioh is' to be served. At' some demonstration recently given by a diplomee of South Kensington Training School, this fact was insisted upon most stl'ontrlv. and its flrlvfLntacrnH sllnwn tn us— a neat little dinner being cooked and served up without hurry or fuss in an hour and a quarter, because everything had been got ready to hand. The dinner, in fact, had been ' thought out' a little time beforehand, and every requirement had been placed within roach, so that when tho actual cooking had to be commenced there was no hunting for a particular spice, nor a frantic rush after a little more butter or another bunch of parsley for garnishing. ' It was also pleasurable to note that two large clean towels wero olose by and a plentiful supply of kitchen paper for draining. Among tho many d...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sketcher. THE DIFFERENCE OF A DOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 July 1882

Sfcetcbey. THE DIEFEBENCE OP A DOT. Decehihsu and May, in the persons of Mr. Jo siah Blend and Miss Barbara Paul, were united some half-dozen years sgo in the holy bonds of matrimony. People who knew them both were much amazed at the alliance ; for the refined and lady-like Miss Paul — had. she waited— mighthavchad 'something' younger and handsomer than the venerable, ancient, and many-wrrnkled Josiah. Being a successful Glasgow merchant, the aged Josiah was rich ; and naturally their acquaintances concluded that his money was the chief attraction. Perhaps it was. It is hot for us to to impute motives either good or bad ; but there were not lacking prophets enough, even in tho small circle of their personal friends, who ventured to foretell a short, sharp, and decisive marriage campaign, in which the young wife would punish tho old man, and finally come out of the conflict, under the shelter of a ' judicial separation,' with spoils suilicient to maintain her in a competency for tho ...

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