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Parkes on Parkes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

SParlics «ts IParfces. We may bo sure (observes tho Amdrahtsian) that among tho enemies or probably tho fiionds of Sir IlomyPaikos thoio bin before this boon found somo ono who has counted how many timrs tho fii^t poioonal pionoun bingular wa« used by him in tho sn'ooch ho mado at tho ban quoi; givonio nim at wiius.s jiooms. l.no occa sion was a tost ono — ouo of thoso .wh'iolv sorvb to hy what motal a muni-, mado of, and Sir Homy Parkos did not stand tho trial very woll. IIo could soo but ono object of interest in that roprosontativo gathoring, and that was himsolf, atid ho mado tho orror of thinking that tho opinions of all present must coincido with hii own on this jioint. Consequently he drew tho conclusion that it was nca^saiy to toll tho com pany all that'ho could think of which redoiindod to his own gloiy, and ho nianao-nd t-- think of a good doal. All tho political and indu. trial his toiy of Now South Wales, it would appear, is hut \ tho views of Sir Honrv Pnrkcs raduccd to...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

OPINIONS OF THE T-llESS; Tho following review of the caso from tbo S. M. Herald will bo rend with interest, and the opinion of tho othor br'anclios of tho Sydnoy Press quotod below will bo coincided with by ovory reader : — ' Mr. Lucas has added anothor namo to the list of unsuccessful litigants. His claim fur £70,000, which was reduced by tho Govorninont valuator to £jG00, has boon further reduced by tho Court to 4501), so that in tho mutlor of tho reduction of his claim alone Mr. Lucas has lost about £1100 by going to law. An unusual amount of interest has attached to tho sottle monj. of all the Pyrmont resumption ensos, but special attention lms boon paid to the settlement of tho claim of Mr. Lucas. Altogothor apart fiom his position as a legislator for lifo, mid his status as an ex-Minister of tho Ciown, tho diflbionco between his claim anrl his ollicial osti piato of the valuo of tho laud, struck tho public imagination. In tkoso days of land speculation, and of fortunes mado by...

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The Darling Harbour Case. LUCAS V. MINISTER. FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

The BSiirliiis Harbour Case. LUCAS V. MIXISTEll l'OIl WORKS. The case in which tho lion. John Lucas, MMi.C. claimod from the Govorninont £7G,9'Jj as compensation for tho resumption of ono aero and ono rood of quarry land, leased by him at Darling Harbour, was brought to a conclu sion yesterday afternoon by tho jury returning a unanimous verdict for the Crown,' and fixing tho amount of compensation to bo paid to thb plaintiil at IMoOO. Tho amount is £1000 moro than tho sum which Sir. Salomons in his address called upon tho jury to givo, but it is £1170 loss than tbo Govorninont valuation, and £72,44.3 below the sum which Mr. Lucas claimed. A largo proportion of the £4uOP it is said will havo to bo nxponded in paying tho costs of caso, which must bo vory hoavy, for tho trial lastod 10 days, thoro was a vory largo number of witnesses, and it was arranged that tbo jury should receive two guineas a day up to Friday last, and throo guineas a day from Monday. Mr. Lucas therefore will recoi...

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RULE I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

?r.Vv--''t:.'i'\A-.'!'-'Ll.-:!'-'-i'''''iitritB' i.:f''';''.:'=:';:':.',''-:.rf-.''-'i-:':';V, '^iQ'^!ia'i'inran1icrliDf^ParUamenti^r|ido'to:/.we'. ??y;£:f:;'Chair; (Vijii; i«i;ij:;rt,--j!,!^iTfcv^;{';y. &-..;? The/Speaker JsliaUtakothihi-at'bricbiby tho. ^V'/lf;,hair,^!.,-(?:-(i:f;i\:i:^;^^ai;a;;;i;;S^5,\;.7r; Aiid/dragMum1^'.^^7^^^])!^^!^!]!'.^!^!],'. Tlion'giyb li im1. six' ^whacks on ' tho, head ,'with'a: ''?'.;SSrt$!$!5?: ;*^'!'f-:n ':4';:K'! '; S£ 's/.Y%;'j'!$? '» 'f ',' 'v ; - ? ??uV;;^!;'i:ij!-:»si;,RDLE;ll..'55'';-J-j;-; ' iutii'-l-'-jJ.-'- When a member's irrclbyaritjiprolix brslow,f' : Or'stoop's ; to- the 'tactics of Biggarifi Co!, v' ?..':!.??; By;the.,Sargeant-'at-Ai;iiiBHo -at§noo:- shall' bp: !' .', ;r-!'sWe(j5^'iJ?'^Iv: '''?'W:J':'iK-';V.'*Jj;v'::-^;:' In'thej liver' .that'!runs' ^by;Me,tqrrace:.outsidb'.'3; Wlien'tlie''Goverhriient's:bient upbriipassing'a , ? ? ?i-3iiir--'tai^;.;;:^:M« .}i::;:atfs!fm And . the . enemies' itactics ; lire ? ;: thwarting 'its ...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

Co»iB»uH'cinI Iaa4eUsB;«niice. Soiailt G«»st »iul *Wc*)t Cninilcn. Co »(-crsitivc l'ocint-any (livmittMl). SVDNP.Y MahKET PlilOES. Bolow -\vo givo gonoral (quotations. £ s. d. £ ,s. d. Butter, best, povlb.. 0 1 0 to ,0 2 0 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 1 .'- ,, ,0 1 6 Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 7 ??„ 0 0 8 Ditto hcHvyandiough 0 0 i „ 0 0 (5 Chooso, ditto ? 0 0 .0 ,..00 10 Pigs, porlb ? 0 0 -U „ 0 0 0£ Calvos, ditto ? 0 8 0 „ 1,' 5 0 Tlidos.porlb ? 0 0 3 „' 0 0 3J Calfskins, oach ? 0 10,, 0 1 G' Tallow, por ton . . . . 2-1 0 O ? „ 2S 0 O M^aizo, porbushol.. . 0 5 0 ,, 0 5 3 Wheat, por bnshol .. 0 o (i „' 0 (i 0 Bnrloy, (English) ..-? 0 4-3 „ 0-1 (i Ditto,' (Capo) ditto . . 0-10 „ .0. -1 3 Oats, ditto ? 0 3 0 „ 0 i 0 Haj (oaten) por ton.. 0 0 0,, 90 0 Ditlo(luenrno)ditto.. (i 0 0 ,, 9 0 n Potatoes ditto ? 3 10 ' 0 „ 4 10 0 Fowls, per pair .... 030 „ 0 4 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 4 0 ,, 0 4, 0 Gceso, ditto ? 0 5 0,, 0 7 0 Turkeys, ditto ? 0 8 0 „ 0 10 0 Eggs, por dozen ? 0 1 6 ,,'0 1 9 Coinmoicial Stores,...

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Miscellaneous. MODERN ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

;i^:?::^1^i5ceHan^ouC-:if?5: MODERN ENTE1IPRISK. . ''.;'' ./'!.'.'' Our buttor's.made of grease arid fat; ;':.'.)'i ;.,V (It is a trick of trade) ; . , ,!!].;..:!'!,,?.:?'. Tho peanut givcs'us olive oil, ,.-, -; ,i,': ?:.'?.;??!.? From rags is sugar made, mi -..i.-.1 .!;,..(: ,.:iyi( To color red tho strawberry cream'1 V '?;;?;.'':'' '1'*l They put m cochineal ; ; : .,, . , ;::.,':';', j,'*' In terra alba or white earth :i'i ;.ii '''Vi'/si ?? Confectioners now deal. .'.;?'- i''j ' .',X;-;SI .'?;'? .?.-'.';-'. Champagiio's distilled' from^ltoroscne; ;!;.!' ;.'??/?? ' Arid brandy's gbriii is mazy ;J'.',^ 'W'X-y'J:. A uso is1 found for overything, ':; '']';;;';',l'..;'i';u ':;' E'entho neglected:daisy;v,;, !:'-'\£.'Zfl-;l,\;''':'ii): ? t :???? . ??;i:'-..|.,,.^:i : ?:.';! :i«-'... '?.)?— JExchangi:..';, Jon ' Tuoiu/AKsoNi' tho ipb'bt and1 preacher;'df Iceland;1 worked ;as!a' blacksmiths 'arid tended cattle ; but at the; ago of: seventy hb; finished a translation. i oV Milton's -,' .! P...

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Cable Intelligence. London, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

?? , C,nfl»Je . 'SairtC'JBusremce. ? (From the. Sudnci/ Papers.) ?? ' London, July i. A man niimod Cnroy, n labourer, was arrested 5ii Dublin last night/on suspicion of being tho imvrdorov of Dr. Kenny,- lato 'physician to tho lLand League. Tho prisoner oiYorod a most -losponi't6'rOMsl'nnro on toning' seizm], and it was with tho groatost difficulty that his arrest was effected/' .- :'??' J Tho Governor 'of Alexandria' has susponded operation's' in arming and fottifying. In a nofo to tho British Admiral ho1 domes any hostilo intentions ;' nml roforiing to Iho thrcatoned bo'mbardiriout of tho city' by tho ileot, ho has appealed to Admiral Seymour's humanity to abandon tho idea. ' Tho autumn military manoeuvres havo been abandoned in ooiKjcquonco of tho giavo aspect of fifinns in Egypt, and Conoral Sir Evelyn 'Wood proceed thithar immediately. Tho Cfi'annol Squadron,' in company with throe transport 'ships convoying 2000 troops, loft Mnlta for Alexandria to-day. Tho Egyptians havo, in ...

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TENNYSON'S LATEST POEM. THE CHANGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE BALAKLAVA, OCTOBER 25, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

TENNYSON'S LATEST POEM. THE CHARGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE ,: i llALAKLAVA, OCIOIjBK 25,1854'. ?'/ .''..' :Tlio'ol'mrBodf.tliogdUanfi;TliMo;'Hund^i'ijtiib) t.^'Heavy'Brigadol, ^'^'.!;'ii'-'l.''!i(pft,%'ft'i:-':;''.i:-'!'J'-',' 'Down /tho hill,'- down ;th'o'liill;! thousands !of ? '/Russians;' .'? ' ??'/???'? '[? --.???'.?-:!?, ^,.;:^;l'l ?_?;?;-- ,Thprisands of horsemen ' drew to': tho vhllojr^| i ' and stayed^ : .'.'.'',.'?,'' .?''?'' .;?!''?:'.??'.?* ,v!:''''' iFor ' Scarlett, arid, ;Scarlptt's'' Thicb',:'Huridred . ' \\*nvn rifiinr? hv.' ' ,- - ' . .1 :. -. When tlio points of the Russian lances broko in on thosky ? ... ?'...' And ho called, 'Left wheel 'into lino,' and thoy wheeled and obeyed. -;, Then ho looked at the host1 that had 'halted, ho knownot why, ' ,'i:v:, .'.' ;:;-',' And lib turned half round, and.heba'do .his trumpeter sound' .'?.?' j ''./v'.V !.;'/'' -i.\ 'To the charge !!' arid,hp rpdb^on.ahbad,, as. ho waved his blade : , : ?'?:'?:?:?'': To tho gallant Throe Hundr...

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ELLA'S ALBUM VERSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

?'?j-:!'-jiii;-i.'r-::':V-' (??!'!- .-...'?., ?'Ji;..---tfi;:*rAtl* ???: '??i-::V'-.--l'\: EHA'S 'ALBUM VBIiSES.' -ii'n ' - '.TiiE'ioll6Tni]g!linra[-yri[teVbjr.'i0h'arl(![8'Iidinb'i: we have never, seen in any editiohlbf 'Lamb's ; works ^ '[:'?''' '?l^'K''^!i''^':'\.^'^lV'\^'^'' '?'? 'Tis; a book kept by irioderii .young ladies, for ,.:',. ,j ''showvV.....,..'; ,,:.'\:'i^Xii:t'i:^^'':^'ir-.-i Of which their iplainrgraridniotiiei'S, nothing ? -.i'fdid know:' ?'..?' ,???-?? :???-. :?? }t!i ,. : r A medley of scraps, half verso and half ljrose.'. And some things not very much like either— ; (Jod knows. ' ? : ' ''?'' ;'..:''-''i- '-.???. The first soft effusion of1 bcaus arid belles,' '''/. Of future Lord Byrons, and sweet L/E.L'sV;1 Where wise folk arid simple both; equally' join And you write your nonsense, . that jl may write mine: . , ?, ?. /.'?/?.v-. -?'. ???? ', ?? Stick in a fine landscape to make a display ;;i A flower-piece, a fore-ground, all tinted so gay. That Nature horself...

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THE NEW IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

? -?::?. ? ;;/.. '^-: ... ;The.'i;ew: idea, -v ;;;.::';;. ??'., '?'. Wudon't iWarit.to' say ai.word '.to; discourage those NewYork people from in troduoing tho bow; and arrow into theirf ire department, nor dp'wo'want ltd '.'th'roSv'a doubt on1 tho idea that riiribLy-niiib 'men out of ii .hundred, caii catch lipldV. of 'a ', rope: and ^safely,1, descend . from a sdventh-stpry window.; ' AUweproposotodp is to. call attention.tb a trial made on Labrpsso street yestei'dayattornooii; A couple of biti iiens irSvlio ;'had given tho matter much deep thought! decided io experiment a little. . It was exactly 2 o'clock toadot when. one .'ap pearod in'asecdnd story window with a look of mortal :terror on his face, arid the other stood .'on'1 tho walk 'below with a 'bow and arrow in ' his grasp and a sriiilo of self conridence running clear baol: to hishind'eol lar button. Attached to the. ai-ro\y . was '. a stout lish lino, and attached to that was an inch rope,' and six small boys. grouped. t...

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Humour. REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 July 1882

Ibumour. IIKMINISUKNCKS OF (IKNKItAl. WAH1I1NQTON. ' You say,' I remarked to tho old negro who drove tho hack, ' that you were General 'Washington's body servant?' ?fDat'K sol Dat's jes so, Massa. I dono waited on Washington sencoho was so high — no bigger 'n a small chile.' , '.'You know tho story, then, about tho cherry tree and tho hatchet ?' 'Know it? Why, I was dar on do spot. [ seen Mohsiv Gawge climb de tree after do ahenies, and I seen him fling do hatchet at lie boys who was a stonin' him. 1 dono chase deni hoys off do place nieself.' ' Do you remember his appearance as a man ? What lie looked liko ?' ' Yes, indoedy. Ho was a kinder short, chunky man; sorter fat and hcurty-loolun'. Ho had1 chin whiskers and mustaoho and spectacles. ? Mos' generally ho wore ti high hat ; but I'so seed him in a fur cap wid car warmers!' ; ? 'You wore' riot with him, of courso, when he oros'sed'' tho Delaware— when ho wont across tho Delaware River?' ? .'Wid him?; Yes, sir; I was right dor. I ...

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humour. THE READY LETTER WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Ibumoiuv THE HEADY LETTER WHITER. Thoiiouciiily appreciating the popular hunger for information, and more especially in the lino of instruction and examplo relative to the subject of correspondence, we have consented at enornfous expense to give our readers a few sample letters which will greatly aid thoso who aro not fluent and graceful correspond ents. Tho whole number will ultfmntnlv l,n bound in elegant stylo and sold in book form. Our first letter will bo tho form that should be used in addressing a soulless corporation relative to a railway pass : Office of Freedom's Bugle Horn, Wahoo, Neb., February 22, 1882. To Hon. J. q. A. Gall, General Passenger and Ticket Agent J. I. M. C. It. O. W. lty., Chic ago, HI. : . ? Dear Sir— Unfortunately you have never xperiencod tho glad thrill and holy joy of my acquaintance. You havo groped through tho long' and dreary horotoforo without tho solemn gladness that you might havo onjoyed had Providonco thrown you in tho goldon sunlight of my s...

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THE MARCUS CLARKE MEMORIAL VOLUME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

THE MAUCUS CLAliKE MEMOKIAL VOLUME. Fhom a perusal tof tho advance sheets with which wo havo boon favored, wo fcol no hesita tion in anticipating for this interesting and carofully-ediled book a sale worthy of tho fame of the gifted writer, of wham, and of whose works it deals. Tho volume is dedicated to thoiniblic of Australia by the widow of tho deceased authoi'j and, as is announced in the. title page, it contains a selection from the best of his shorter writings in prose and verso, together witli a biography of him, and flic unfinished fragment of tho novel styled 'Felix and Folicitas,' on which hi! was engaged at tho timo of his premature- and sudden death. A glance at tho pages notifying the contents of the book, is sufficient guarantee that full justice to the brilliant and versatile powers of Marcus Clarke has been dono by the compiler, who, by the way, points out, somewhat sarcastically, that thoso who prated so glibly about the indolence of Marcus Clarke, evidently know li...

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Miscellaneous. BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

5;:-/.;;,--:i!pisccirancqus.. : ; '-? , .'? '.?''?' . ? UY.HON. . ;..??. ??'?-'?'':'??. One- day; Shelloy told mo Lord 'Byron was coming next day to visit him. In vain ;I em: plorcd mamma to let me bo with them \vhoii ;,thO'grcafc'poet:camo ;; But she would liot-liear .b£ :it.V I told Shelley ;. this with tcorsin iriy eyes: and hosaid: I'Vfoti, littlo woman, if inammaiwon't lot you bo in the same room' with; tho ogre ; if you are very anxious to boo 'him , look through tho keyhole,' and I will place mm so that you shall have afull view of him.' So; next day, '.Willie and I went on tiptoe to Shelley's' door, and peeped through the key hplb. ; :Wb w;oro. so facinated, alternately watching ,tlio 'great poet,, that wo remained there some iinie. At last Byron began to fidget, and said : ' I say Shelley, Idon'tknow ?how it .is,: but I feel ns j£ 80me one was .watching me.' .Slielley smilled; and pointing to. tho door, told him what wo were doing, and who wo were, and also that mamma would...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Tiie British guns and the rapacity of the lawless mob have laid wasto tho historic , town of Alexandria. But tho ond of the struggle is not yet at hand, and at tho pre sent time it will not bo uninteresting — departing, from our accustomed attention to local subjects — to give a brief sketch of Alexandria, its antecedents, and an outline or tue sources or me present struo. The first city of Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Groat in the autumn of the year 332, n.c, fourtoon miles west of tho Oanopic mouth of tho Nile. Dinocrates was its architect, and tho length of tho original city is said to have been four miles, with a circumference . of 15 miles. Collonados adorned the entire length of two streets which intersected each other in tho centre of the city at right angles, which in its most magnificent part, the Bruchoium, situated on the eastern harbour, contained tho palaces of the Ptolmios, with tho Museum and the Old Library, the mausoleum of Alexander the Great and of the ...

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Sketcher. A DRIVE IN THE DARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

SUetcbey. A DEIVE IN THE DABK. BY l-KAUK aiOMiEY. If Mrs. Simpkins had ono supremo belief it was in tho general capacity of her spouse, but moro particularly in his almost instinctive knowledgo of locality. Her profound and child-like faith has recently received a severe shock. Walter Simpkins, Esquire, ' justice of the lionnn nnr7 enrnni ' n-i mntitup Kfnnrliil' Wrtll Bay, ' and oustnlorum,' is a good all round citizen. He is emphatically a public man, (not in tho way of dispensing liquors, but), as stated above, he is a J.P., a member of the Shiro Council, a deacon of tho kirk, trustee for innumerable public and semi-public bodies ; president o[ the Young Meii's Christian As sociation, secretary of tho local debating so ciety, treasurer of tho mechanics insti tute and public library in the township of Slocum, principal spokesman of deputations, and then, last of all, ho is a civil engineer and architect. ' My dear,' said Mr. Simpkins to his wife, ' I have just gota letter from you...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

EiflBCAHj SM^EILMCrEKJCffiJ. S Central Shoalhaven Council. Meeting. — Last Tuesday's meeting ' lapsed for want of a quorum. The only members present being the: Mayor and Alderman Emory. . ' ? : -\ '??':'- [ The Union Fire axd Marine Insurance Company of New Zealand.— This prosperous insurance company 'which has a subscribed capital of £2,000,000 has issued its. annual report for the year ending June, : 1SS2. - ITho revenue for tho yoar, including £5204;;4s ;7tV brought torward, amounted, to ?? £12o;436 losi' aud the expenditure, after making duoproyisioh for uuadjusted lo3S0S,'£l06,G6o'8s,:ieaying:''nni available balanco of £l8i77lv';8s.-::.'JSr6twitli-; standing tho number 6£ so-called- .':? Mutual Insurance companios which have sprang, up 111 recent years, the popularity -M tho institution under notice1 mny,1be-,:;juUgptV by its increasing businoss during.-.!' thevipoat' three years. Premiums received— 1880, £91,182 3s 8d; 1881, £104,588 Is .lid;;' 1882, £112,428 4s 2d. ? , : ' ':...

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CROPS WE MIGHT PRODUCE PROFITABLY. COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

a' crops we might pkoduoe ; _ profitably. . ^' ?' '?'?'? ?. ..'.:.'.? '??: COTTON. . ...,.,;' . ,' ? Br Anous Maokay. ? . . '. ? 'Sojus. years since it looked as though cotton 'were to become one of tho great exports of the colonies. Since then there has been a woeful '.'?falling off. ;No\v there is a revival, and more ? than a casual prospect of cotton becoming an established crop amongst us. There are many reasons for desirine that such should be tho case. Amongst them being that cotton is one , of tho most easy and least exhausting products ' of tho soil ; that whore the seasons are at all suitable, it is a hardy crop, that can be de veloped to the greatest perfection ; that, when fit for markot, it does not occupy great bulk ; and that thero is always a ready market for cotton. In this latter respect, cotton is liko wool. - And liko the latter also, it would bo all tho more beneficial to those who grow it, if others wont into tho busines.3. It has Leen amongst tho drawbacks of c...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

; V ;,., ; ?; ;S»!«pa.6iiaYea' E'wlice ,^!oui't. ; ';''-,:!v -'. - ';- On Thursday ,lnst, at' Nowra, bofoi'b! Massrs. Brown and Glanvillo, Charles Jackson was firied os or 24 hours in tho lock-up, for being drunk ;; arid Philip Dangor was adjudgod a similar pun ishmont for'a similar offonco, arid 10s or AS hours for making use of obscono language. At the Police Court, Nowva, on Tuosday last, D01010 iuessrs. vj. \x. moo,; a. xsrown, ooan Glauvillo, John M'Artliur, and John Monnghan, John Sullivan, an old ofVonclor, in custody, was charged by Senior-constablo BrajTie with having, at Toirara, oiv tho 17th instant, solicited alms. Dpfpiulant ploadoil not guilty ; 'ann aitov bearing thoV bvidonce : of tho appi-ohoncling officor, and that of Dr. Breroton and Gonstablo Davis, .their Worships sentenced tho prisoner to ono week's imprisonmont in tho; lock-up. On a socpnd ohargo of obscene languago, the samp pffendor wassbntoncetl to ouo month in Wollongongjail. At ,..?; the Court of Bequests...

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.—No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

agriculture. ? THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIBY.— No. H. ? By K. W. Ejieeson MaoIvob, F.I.O., F.O.S. AUTHOR 01' '! THE CHEMISTIIY OF AOIUOOLTOIIE.' 'According to Villeroy cows of different breeds yiolded per 108 lbs.' of hay-consumed, the fol lowing quantities of milk expressed in quarts : .— Dutch, 28-92; Jersey, 20-33; Yorkshire, . 27-45 ; Devon, 19-13 : Hereford. 15-97. Lch nmnn considers the shorthorn to bo a very superior miloh cow ; and states that an Ary . shiro dairy herd, consisting entirely of short horns, gave G25 gallons of milk annually per head. Professor John Wilson, FE.S.E., ?University of Edinburgh, mentions that the largest recorded yield of mill; was that pro duced by a shorthorn cow at Lorvis in Scot land, and whi6h amounted to an average of 1210 gallons per annum. A liberal and good diet is necessary for a full yield of milk ; and numerous efforts have , been, made to add to tho richness of milk by peculiar methods of feeding tho cows. Green . fodder favors a largo prod...

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