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Original Correspondence. The Railway to Shoalhaven. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Obvigittsil CJorE'espoBideiiBce. '.; ';! .;!TIio EEiiiJwjiy to S!ioa55i.-iveii. . .. ; TO.THK KD1TOR OP Tlln S1IOAI.HAVRN- TEr.EonAl'rr. SrR,— Itwas gratifying to mo, as it must havo boon to many of your roatlois. to notice tliat a move has at last boon made to got tho railway oxtontlefl to Shoalhavon ; and it is much to ho desired that the movoment shall not end with the first meeting. As you hinted in your leader last webk, it is not unlikoly that the ? work of keeping the agitntion alive will bo left to a !««., i,^».mi[-o bnuau win, iiuvu um a small sra ro in tho district, but who hnye a keen sonso of tho advantages _of railway communication, and a closer acquaintanco with. tho dotails of businoss by organisation tlinn have thoiv fellow-subjocts, who have boon long, isolatorl (luring the striiRglo of early settlemdrit and close attention to their personal -duties. . ?] .-??',. ; . : I lia vo had .occasion to travel a largo part of tho Australian colonies, and I mnst agroo with wh...

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Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

|g|i::7:a^dveItst::;r.V7f:;J lII?;SGr^R:I..T:;. 'W^ t'rA story of tho past and present; of OrtU, , ; nary mon ami Ordinary Things, inibrdl :7fe nary language 7 i,;/-»- ?'..??.':, ?.?'!'. '?/, ?^Be*siVro 'thy siri will fiiKl;ihoi) 'out.','.' ii-^B-Y ; D ON ALD GAME RON. 77 ;;Vv I* 'AUTHOR 01? ' IX Till! l'Ot.DS OF THE Suiu'ENT,' 7: : f7'77'';77;':^B^KnmraniiEND;1i3Tci'|77c 7 77 /v/-vf/f.iV.-;y!;^:; ;yIt-isia'tohutiInl--ij6ile£-':ry';,r''V -7'7-7/i: ?7;:5S'Si*':^'S:;?ha£'oyer 'rouml pur, hciid ;7: 7 ? .' 7- -'' ' 7;^^K^j'7:^6:liOTerijigoii;aiigol:iviiigs,V * ''':'. 7 . ?' /''V^'^'.' ^!'^-7'7/l'li67fipirit3''of tlio dead.';; ;,7' /:/:: ? ? --;. ?-'*Wvi^!Cwfe^'nK^™£?' 'Uidinnnchaiivlliorp; :j7;S' V'a»;.'a*'rjiig-t:tho;;gat«;;niiU^ 5ii;:;7;'!coiiw;iip)Oio'^tli;?J-Iii-a';low^iriohibiits;slip;iyft8in ;'7=;7yh'i8arniB;7;ft^yiJ^;--rV:2;:s'-'7'-v:;j7''7:-J-;;''':i;,; 7;';;:iI-v.;;f]ypar;fiitlibiv'r\;oriuncd'yoii7'!BhK '^~iiig'at;his ?fcbt;i;:^y;77;rf ^iEv:;^1^'.';;;^ ?;,?;? iii[h,K ':: ;7'-7 ...

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

;-'?;:;??; a- V'; STDTOY. :-' ? .-;???' ?::,.[ Most otm coiihespondent.1 ,Tjie colonies are becoming better, known to tho outside; world; slowly liut ^ surely ; arid cho lonst jinpoTtaiit ciTcumstnn'co in thoir mafeb of pro ;gi'oss; was. nbtthe. visit of '.Sir;' Honry. Parkos to Ainerica; ' We liavo now in Sydney two* of tho itiostcolbWatod American leotiirors — tbo Bov. Joseph Cook, whom I montionod lost week, and Eli Johnson, a tomporanno apostle, with a ropu tatibn ds a looturor as well as an oxposdr of tho liquor traffic. His first locturo. ' Drink from Drugs,' will bo delivered to-night in tho Tem perance Hall, undor tho prosidonco of Sir Alfred Stephen. Mr. Cook has shifted the scono of his labours from the Protostant Hall (wlioro tho noise of tho lodgo mootings above is said to havo disturber! him) to the Consregational Church in Pitt-strnot, placed at his disposal by tbe Bov. J. Jnffories. . On Wodnosday night tlio Orangomo'n oE ?Sydney, and thoir friends, crowded tlio old E...

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Poetry. BERTIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

:0:W,, .#octr\-. ' ?/--, ; . V .': ' ' BERTIE. » . '. IIY 14MMA ALICK I11I0WNK. ?',{;! -Drop, the blind, mid draw tlio curtain £.'*';, Close about the lattice Hill ; .'.?.'?'?How tho Norther wails and clamors, ?And the night is black and shrill ! .'. Thoro aro ghosts abroad — the spectres ' Of tlio happy long ago : Wraiths that rise to haunt mo ever When the dreary north winds blow, , ' As in winters long ago. .Hark! wasxthat the wild rain falling ??'? In tlio dark, deserted street ? ? Of tho fitful pit-a-patter . . ?'.; Of a baby's restless foot ? . ' Was that cry, a gusty murmur ', ; ' . .' Of the wind without the door? , ? '.?'.:-.? .,; Or a childish yoieo that calls mo ? , : .'??;'. From the distance evermore ?'.'.'.;?: '?'?!. When the rain is at the door? 7 v! 7.7';: '. From tho hollow darkness reaching; '.'v'.. :.?.':?'. ? ,' 'Tender arms my neck entwine, _^ ' , .-'-';. -7- Baby ringlets brush my worn oheck[* ';, 7. '',?'?'??,!' ...' Baby lips. are i-ressed to mine! ' .7 :?.?-...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

$&? Meetings to be Weld. Good Tomplar's Lodgo meets at Nowra, tfuly 20, ;TSS2, at 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Illawnrra Steuam ft'sivifiatloit COBHll»tlVsy. TIME TABLE. Pram Sydney. (Evor-' '^^ ^^ Trqm Grconwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, ''Point. I 8 a.m. FAKES : Cabin, 2«s; Kedurti (Caliin), .Wd; fiftecn-agc, JlffiH «-J. ^ ' « E. MANNING, ^^ ? Munagor. SjiigUsli. Sc«tt5«!« antl -AueitraKiiu1.; dinrttci--Mi!.iSSniik- mnn BUSINESS of (his BANK will, for tlio JL future bo conducted- in iho NJ5W PRE MISES in ICinghoi-H-Bireofc next thol'i'osbytoriaa church. . EOBT. PINLATSON. ii i', Mnnagor. Nowra, 12th January, 1881. 1=1. LAJSrOiiEYT , [ \ COMMISSION '? PRODUCE D AGENT, ' T^SMANIANJAJL §? FRUIT DEPOT, 92 SUSSUX-STltEET, Y D N E Y . EGBERT MEIKLEJOHN, (hide Thome and Meiltfcjohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STllEE'l.1, Botween King anil Market Streets, SYDNEY. EAWKEH AID YAMS, Commission Agents, 103, Sussr.x Street, syhnxy. ' ELLIS & COMPACT, ? AILWA.Y AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 7GIS, Goorgo-stroot, South Sydnoy. Cattle, KIsccp, jibicS *SE«r»c SalCKinen. JPffCJjJtBce AmHioiseers and -Asci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

To Our Subscribers. OUBSOBIBEBS to this journal not receiving 15 their paper rogularly, will obligo by promptly communicating tlio fact to the pro prietor, at tho ofFico of this paper. THE Published every Thursday SJoraing. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 18S2.

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Weekly Calendar for July. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

'Weekly Calendar for July. PHASES OF THE W.OOJT. riEVill Moon. .'.'. 1st, at 4.13 p.m. Last quarter . .-. 8tli, at 7.57 a.m. Now Moon ' . . 15th, at 5.6 a.m. First quai tor. . 23rd, at 8.22 p.m. -JT ? .- — Sun ? , High water atShoal X-ATE. ^ig03i got3- haven Heads. H. M. H. M. A. II. P. M. 20 7 2 5 10 11 2t 11 21 21 :?! '7 1 5 11 11 55 11 55 22 '71 512 ? 12 14 23 7 0 5 12 12 32 12 53 24 6 59 5 13 1 14 1 42 25 6 59 5 14 2 9 2 45 26 6 uS 5 14 3 20 4 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Holloway's Ointment a--d Piij.s.— Coughs, Influenza. — Tho soothing properties of thoso modicaments render -thorn well worthy of trial in nil diseases of tho lunga, in common colds, and influenza. Tho Pills tako internally and tho Ointment rubbed externally nre exceed ingly efficacious. AVhon influenza is epidemic tins trontmont is onsiost. safest, and surest. Rolloway's Pills and Ointment purify the blood, remove all obstructions to its froe circulation through tho lungs, rolieyo tho oyorgorgod air tubes, and ronder respiration froo without roduc ing tho strongth, irritating the norves, or do prossiug tho spirits. Suuh aro tho ready meaiw of saving suffering whon alnictod with oolds, coughs, orouohitis, nnd other complaints by which so many aro seriously^iUd pormanontly afflicted in most cnuiitries.^^uV ?'No pent up Utieu contracts our powers' may 1)0 truly said of ono of tho most invaluable propnrntion of modern tiinos, for its sales aro not confined to any particular sphoro, but ...

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The Revenues of New South Wales and Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

ami 'WSciuiraa. 'The world -will judge of. their uHimiitc success by (heir rolntivo progress.'— Enri Burby, lit the CoMeu Club, London, July 1, 1832. The prosont Earl of Dorby is gonorally ad-; mittod to be oii6 of tho most impartial and unprejudiced of mon, and nobody will disputp tho truth of his aphorism quoted above. All tho world over mon invariably judgo of tho futurb by tho patt, and nevor oxpect a chango in the phenehomona of tho univorso until thoy see somo Oasis oi reason lor a onango. raut now. long must tho chain of sequenco bo maintained in order to justify expectation ? His Lordship, was comparing Now South Wales and Victoria whon ho uttered his vory safo philosophic axiom, and if tho comparison is to bo extended to tho whole period sinco Victoria was separated from New South Wales, 31 years ago, the advautago is unquestionably on tho sido oE the ybungor colony, which has giown from 97.-189 inhabi tants to 890,000 at tho present date, while her mothor has grown in tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

7 eit -a H ? i)o( ? . ? Blankets for Children's lleds^ 5s 6d per pair. /- Good Double Blankets, I3s 6d to 25s. Y ? i-:o: ? . ? THE CHEAPEST IH0USE IN I^OWEA Von DEAPERY AND OLOTEEIlSra, ' A \ T. J. HAYNES & CO.'S, ? Good Stout Wide WinQfej^Yroi 1 4k -pap yard. .Heavy All-Wool Man*.c{§/it 1; ppr ^4a-d. All-wool Shirting, at iji 6d per Ward. . ? G-ood Heavy Twill Sheeting, S- ards wide, at Is lid per yard. Towels, in Honeycomb and Tux ash, from 4Ad each. , , ? Heavy Mexican Calico (unblea hed), 4J per yard. ? . Heal good White Calico, 5d a y rd— 4s 9d per dozen. White Honeycomb Quilts, fron 6s 6d each. Coloured Alhambra Quilts, fro: a Ss 6d. tTnbleachcd Table Damask, 2s er yard. I A Few of fhe Ladies' Primmed Eats Left. * ^ at a W j$ ALS * Jy € ladies' Corsets, at 2s 6d. i I i 1 Men's Heavy Tweed Trousers, ateis 6d. ^-Men's Arctic Shirts, lined backs, 3d and 3s 6d. / Men's Mannellete Shirts, at 3s 6d. ] Splendid value in Men's Overcoats, from 17s 6d to 30k /Men's Drab Twill Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

T¥T ANTED, an APPRENTICE to tho prinl-l V V ing trado. Apply at tho ofiico of this paper. TMl'OUNDED at N wra, on tho 17th day o4 A. July, 1882, I'ron Greonhills, by Jamos Moiiaghan, Esq., Dun gbl nORSE, Bay Doan, 3 while foot, shod ill tlio fiont foot, no visiblo brand. If not reloa od will bo sold at this Pound, nl NOON, oi tho 3rd day of August, 1882.— EOBERT W. )I11 DLEY, Poundkeopor, Nowrn Pound, July 1 ), 1882. To Contradnrs. % rpENDEBS aro horohy invited for atJABUY .1 3 NG, and DEUVF.iUNG on tho Brnidwood Bond, ONE IIUNDJIED TONS BLUE METAL, from Nowra Hill QniurvBesorvo. ' Also frosh Tenf/offlfor CLEAHING and STUMPING about/ -*- chains on Ulladulla Boad. / Particulars with the Mayor. M. MABBACK, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, . Nowra. July 19, 1882. .' ? - THE RAILWAY TO - SECOALI-IA'VEl!? 1 F compliance ^'ppll .Requisition, signed by eighty-six EMKJrtr of this district, tho Bench of Magistra/os convono a MEETING, to bo hold at tho fount ITouso, Nowra, on MONDAY, tho 81st...

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Sad Tragedy at Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Sad Tragedy at SSraldwood. An inquest was hold at Charloy's Forest, Little River, boforo tho District Coroner and a jury of 12, on tho body of Matilda Dunn. Prom tho evidence it appeared that tho deceased girl had recently returned to her paronts from tho service of a Mr. and Mrs. George Benttoy, to whoso son she had been engaged to be married, but which suite in prospoct had terminated owinor to hor affiancod's death bv accident in a mine some two months previously. Rumour had said that she was enclose, and though she denied this to hor parents, in order to satisfy themselves sho was to undergo medical oxami nation, by hor own consent, on the day after tho night she is supposed to have, or did commit Buioido. Bontley and his wife, it appeared, dis agreed on tho subject of Bentley's allogod intimacy with his son's affianced wife. Last Tuesday night wcok tho decoasod wont to bed in good hoalth and spirits, there being two of hor sisters sleeping in another bod in the same room. Ono o...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The War with Egypt. London, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

-'?-?- !+? i^':i ? «,??????? ^SiOviarhe War with Ejtypt. -' ? (From the Sydney Papers.) v ? ' ' ?- ? ?' London. July 10. Admiral Soymour has rofusod to compromise Tho foreign consuls in Aloxandvia havo ro poatod thoir protest against tho bombardment of tho city. ?'? ' ThV French floot has sailed from tho port of Aloxandria. \ Afabi Boy has defied tho British, and rofusod to surrender the forts. a \ \^ The bombardment of the cityyiiy tho British floofhas commonced; - .Tn1v11. H. M. ships Sultan and Superb commoncedto bombard Alexandria at 7 o'clock this morning, and the romaining vessels of tho fleet followed at a quartor.past 7. The Egyptian batteries immediately answored tho British firo. It was soon porcoived that tho firo of tho ships was tolling soyeroljr upon tho onomj'. After twenty minutes' cannonading, two of tho forts ceased to reply to the British ships. Fort Pharon was vory much damaged by tho heavy shot and sholl poured in upon it. The ships remained unhmifc^jtey the Egy...

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Spiritualism and Biblical Demonology. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

Spiritualism antJ BBiR-lI«-»» TOeitieiicp , . , ''sty- 'JmtRK' wrfB a . largo aiutionco in tho Pitt-stroot Congregational Cliui'eh last night to liour tho Rov. Joseph1 Cook lecture on ' Spiritulism and Biblical, Dqmonology .: a .roplv to Magicians and' Anti-suporhaturalists.' Tho Hon. Jolin Mark, M.L.O., presided, and on tho platform with him word a largo number of ministora and othor gontlomon. Alter prayor, tho chairman brioily introduced tho looturor. Tim Hov. Mr. Cook dolivoi'od an'nddross of which tho follow ing is Iho'subslanco : — ' 3 hold fivo piopositions to bo srno concerning spiritualism tho last three of which arp fo'mpjy. hvpolholical: — 1. Tho chiof propositions of mo'dorn spiritualism aro, fiist, tlio possibihtj of inloicoiuyi ooUvcon human ,'and disoinbodiod or Rupoummdano spirits; second, tlio tnistwoithinoss ot that intoicourso its a somco of loligious Kiurolcdgo 2 SpintuahfSni has by no moans pto\od tho second of thoso piopositions, and probably -will bo as fni'fi...

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

TTaHHianta. . : ,/,.'! In Vau Diernan's Land tho drama of tho de- . struction of tho Aborigines took another turn.' In tho course of colonisation, the outcasts of, society occupying tbo more advanced or interior , stations in the conntry, and accustomed to treat! . with contempt any rights which their Brutal, strength could boar down, invaded the natives' hunting grounds, soized on their women, and gtivu nau to niac mgnenn system 01 DKKXiy attack and reprisals which provoked a general . ! riso on tho side of both whites and blacks, anii ohdod finally in the capture and transportation of the latter to Flinders Island, Basa Straits; a measure sovoro and sanguinary, but necessary and incumbent upon tbo Government, ic prdor to put an ond to thoso solitary murders which bogan to -belie the osistence of civiliEotion ia tho country. At tho epock of their deportation, , 1835, the numbor of the natives amouutod to 210 ; visited in 1842, sovon years afterwards* thoy mustered only 54 individua...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

C^BOjoaiicn-eBjsD IgiiuBBo^eaacc. S«u«It €o»Mt ami 'West -£'»iii-llc» Ct» oi»ct-aUvc O-j»5-aDi)' (&5n£»itc«I). Sydotiy MAiticriT Phichs. Bolow wo give gonoral quotations. £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, por 1b .. 0 2 0 to 0 2 3 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 10 ,,.010 Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 Gj ' „ 00 7-A Ditto heavy andrough 0 0 '1 ,, 00,0' Choose, por lb .,.:.. 0 0,9 ,; . 0 '0 10 Pigs, porib ? 0 0 i ' ,, 0 0 5 Calves, ditto . : ? 0 8 0 „ 1 it 0 llidos, porib ? 0 0 3 ,, 0 0 4, Calfskins, each ? 0 1 .0 ' „ 0 1 0 Tallow, per ton . ... 2-1 0 ?-).„. 28' 0 0 Arnizo.porbushol.dull 0 3 0 „ 0 o 0 Wheat, por bnshol .. 0 0 0 „ ,0 0 '0 Barloy, (English) .. 0 '4 0 , „' 0 4 6 Ditto,' (Capo) ditto .. 0 4 0 ? „ 0 4 3 Oats, ditto ? 0 3 G „ 0 4 0 Uay (oaten) por ton.. 5 0 0 „ 9 0 0 Ditlo(luconio)ditto.. 4 0 0 ,, .8 0 o Potatoos ditto ? 4 10 0 „ 50 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 4 0 ,,050 Gooso, ditto ? 0 o 0 „ 0 7 0 Turkoys, ditto, ? 0 7 0',, 0 14 0 Eggs, por dozon ? 0 1 9 ,, 0 110 C...

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Cable Intelligence. The War with Egypt. London, July 15, 6.26 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 July 1882

dnhla Soat«}J5cj^e2sc«. T!ae War wiiSi Egypt. ti'rom the Si/dnei/ Papers.) ' London, July 15, G.2G p.m. Tho incendiary fires aro burning out in Alox ondila, and order is being restored. All tho gated of tho city liavo' boon occupied by tho British.1 Tho Germans aro protecting tho liospitiils, and tho Americans tho consulates. Tluj ' RUedivo 'has been reinstalled, nnd has proclaimed Arabi Boya robol, and ordorod tho soldiers to disband. Admiral 'Uoskins has takon chargo of tho Canal, and is protecting tho commerco. The mail services through tho Canal have been re sumed. Tlio Governor of tho Woolwich Arsonal has received instructions to proparo arms, oquip incuts and general stores for an army of 21,000 men and 0300 horses. ' Tho.Consorvativos aro confuting the Govern ment for nbgloctiiij*1o land a sudiciont force to Jirovont ' tho 'atrocities in Alexandria, holding that the bombardmonC should not havo com menced until a'laud forco was prepared to act in unison.. ' ? ? (, Before loavi...

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Sketcher. NOT EXACTLY AS WE HAD INTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Shetcber. NOT EXACTLY AS WE HAD INTENDED. We all disliked him (I refer to that dreadful Small Measure, his first name really being ' Sam,' but changed by us, with one consent, as soon as wo beheld him, to ' Small,' as much more appropriate) heartily enough before; but after ho had the presumption to fall, or protend ho had fallen, in love with Mildred Dainty, our landlady's pretty daughter, we absolutely detested him. We had been a community of young artists and scribblers, barring tho old gentleman m tho third story front, who was a wholcsalo grocer, and the maiden lady of uncertain age in tho fourth story back, who was a milliner — both of them as goodnaturcd souls as over lived — without n discordant spirit previous to his arrival. But ever since that October afternoon ho first made his appearance at the front door, arrayed in n drab suit and a felt hat of the same melancholy color, with a. brown satchel in one hand and a black silk umbrella in the other, and inquired, in tho mee...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

-: ? ; ? -^—- ? : ? . ? f RECIPES. . V Fnurr Cake.— Onbcup of sugar, one-half cup of butter, one-half clip of soiir milk, one cup of raisins, one egg, two cups of flour, one tea spoon of saleratus, ;two tablespoons of mo-i lasses. . ' ' Picnic Cake. — Two cups of sugar, one-half cup of butter, olio cup of milk, three eggs, of-tartar; one teaspoon of saleratus. Sweet Cheam Cake. — One oup of sugar, one cup of flour, one-half cup of sweet cream, two eggs, one teaspoon of cream-of-tartar, one half teaspoon of saleratus. Season to taste. Doughnuts. — One cup of white sugar, six tablespoons of melted butter, two eggs, one and-a-half cup of sweet milk, a little salt and a little nutmeg, three even teaspoons of cream-of-tartar and one-and-a-half of soda, mixed with the flour, flour enough to roll and cut well. If there is too much flour they will be harder. Fry to nice brown in hot lard. If some arc desired for tho tea-table, cut in little found cakes, as near one inoli in diameter each wa...

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