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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Kinghom-street, Nowra, Shoalhaven. THE oxtonsivo circulation accural for Tlie Tdeurnph throughout Shoalhavon and tho ' South Coust, rondors it of special valuo as an advertising modium. ' Tho Oflico is roploto with PLAIN AND PANCY TYPE, BOBDEIIS, and OENAMUNTSj ? which onahlo tho proprietor to oxocuto work in a stylo oqual to any olllco in tho colony, with , tho utmost accuracy and dospatch. ?. ? The TcUyraph is published ovory THURSDAY Morning, at six o'clock, and forwarded. to all parts of tho colonics. ? , - - . . , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . ' - Yearly,' in advanco . ? ? ? ? ? ? . \ : £1 . 0 0 Half-yoarly, in adva'neo ? 0 10 6 \ Quartorlyj in advanco ? o 5 0' On oi'edit, per quarter ? ? ? ? ? ? ? s ...... . 0 0 -0.' All accounts rendered quarterly. ' . .???.'. - .i^.i Tho quartors torminato on tho 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and Slat Decembor at which periods only can subscribers doclino, by giving one week's notice in wilting pre viously, and p...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

, ' No pent lip Utica contracts our powers ' may he truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modorn times', for its salos aro not confined to any partieular.sphero, but oxtond ovor all tho quarters of tho globo. Ordors aro being constantly recoived from remoto sections, and its oxport constitutes oiio of tho staples of our trado. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curativo proportios liavo boon translated ;nto all languages, and tliorojis'no portion of tho world whore Udolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Apv. Dew oi' tiie Alps. — The world outside of Europo having discovoredi'that this palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant, tho demand for it in tho Wost Indies, South America and Australia has Iitcrall^ become enormous. It is strango for hundreds of yoars so wondorful au appotizer and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and tho thanks oij millions aro duo to :. Messrs. M. Mosfe and...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHOSE VALENTINE ARE YOU? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

WHOS15 VALENTINE AKlS\YOU ? It was night — Tuesday night aftot^Valontino's Day— and tho night windsViftod, up' tlio dust on tho streets and whisked it iii; thp faces of four pedostrians. Thoso fcSir ^ord' divided into two couples, and each couple consisted of ouo malo and ono female. Thoy walked closely and rapidly, commencing thoir tramp, and making a boo-lino towards tho north, Tho two men woro married, but had loft thoir homos an hour boforo to ' attond a meeting of their croditors, and thoir wivos remained at homo to solve tho problom as to how tho oxponsos of tho family might bo cut down in ordor to ? moot tho strin gency of tho times. . . . Tho four pedostrians continued thoir tramp. At the junction one of thom turned away. Whore' thoy went no ono can guess now. Tho other two kept on, thoir facos turned southward. Whon thoy had arrived at the comer of cortain stroots* they pausod in tlio shadow of a church spiro, and said : ' Whoso Valentino aro you ?' And sho put her head on ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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St. Valentine's Day, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

St. Vnlcntiiie'slflny, A friend onclosed tho tWu ^jitributions, m vorso and proso, wliijm i'oMow} for insortion boforo St. Yalontino's iLtxjvMgiunavoid ably hold ovor till now : — ; A VALENTINE 1 No talcs of lovo to you I soiffi, No hidden flamo discovor I glory in the liamo of frioud,! '?- . [IDisclaiming that of lovor. » And now, whilo onch fond siglBng youth Bopoats his vows of lovo and tluth, Attond to this advico of mino-« With caution choso a Valentine! Hood not tho fop. who loves hit isolf, Nor lot the niko your lovo olj iiin; Chooso not tho niiserffloMiis poll , Tho drunkard hec(Ky,S0 cold! lisdEl^ Tho profligato with caution shu , ^ His raco of ruin soonriSnnui. « To nono of thesixjjjjirhflhrt incltuoff X Nor choso from thom a Yaloutiu p. But should somo generous youtl appear, Whoso honest heart is void of irfc, Who shall his Maker's laws rovero, And sorvo Him with a willing Sioart ; Who owns fair Arirtuo for his guido, Nor from his precepts turn aside J To him at onco your...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

...-I ? To our Subscribers. :- SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to the pro prietor, at tho oliico of this paper. C 3- Meeting tip lie The. Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tempore ance, meet atTomporanco Hall, Tcrrara, Tues day, 30th inst., at 7.30 p.m. AND ' SIIOALHA VEN ? ADVERTISER: , Published every Tlicarsduy Morning, i ? THURSDAY, MARCH 1R, 1880. I

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Language of Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

The Language of Flowers. Tins is how a NewJ^qrk' papoy tolls a story : — It was in thp spring, wii'eiiX' the wanton lapwing gl'tb'lumsolf ' (JjSng'u bird fancier of marshy places) '^another whW crest and Lillie Rose and Sweet William, loaving tho liot-house, sought in vornal wood a retreat nmolet, whero to then- hearts' oaso thoy could take it daisy in loving daliliance, and murmur complaints of those grim old crocus, their poppies',' who would have them niary gold and live in mourning glory. ' But no, Swoet iTOli^mJkysaid Lillie Eose, grasping the y.aJftigyb-fcMjor's button, 'I I woidd not wed your lti\'al wewlio as. rich as a China Astor. Youeiave asked me to be yours; and I cannot refuchsia.' ' Acacia love me so,' returned Sweet William, gaz ing fondly at her two lips, so tempting- he could not resist them ; but became his lady's lippor ; ' at which sheWokg^rom his embrace, and became a scarlet, runner. 'What a fernny girl you ~af8, Ay oil must ho wed, Eose,' he cried, pursuing a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

.Owing to quostions put / to several of: the claim-holders:; at ?.-?Yalwal by visitors,' who' were, known to he connected with the mining industry in other parts of the colony, respect ing the existing appliances used for quartz crushing at Yalwal, and if anv means wore employ od for the treatmont of tlio ' tail ? ings' from tho various batteries,' Mr. Augustus Linkehbagh procured about five pounds weight of ' tailings,' which ho toot from three or four different parts of the course of tho water-race after it had passed over tho slidos of tho ' Eclipse ' Company's battery, arid had it forwarded to the mint of;, tho Union Bank to be assayed, On Monday last he received tho report . of the assayor, Mr. AV. Neal, who givos tlio result for the fivo pounds of 'tailings' as *0026, or at the rate of 4 oz. 4 dwts. 20. grs. of standard gold por ton. This is indeed a startling. ..disclosure, for it. demonstrates unmistakably that, with tlio jnoans at hand, not half the gold . it contains has b...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mission from China to New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

A Missloiiifroin China to New South K'Wales.-^'-, The Evening JjFe.iv8\f& the 8th instant, is responsible for tho\ following : ^ — Somo philanthrojiio Celestials, a correspondent informs us, boing shocked at the raising of tho veil which hides a cortain class of social lifo from public view, and feeling convinced that' tho comprehension of the pure truths enunciated by Confucius would tend largely to raise the moral- tone of Sydney, held a meeting at the jossliouse on Sunday. On the motion of Wong Foo, fantan speculator seconded by Chin Ah Sum, owner of a palc ah-par bank, the following resolution was passed'^-' This meeting of the children of th^ brethren of the Sun views with concern the deplorable state of the barbarians among whom their lot has been cast.' Chong Legh, hawlcer, moved, 'That recent revela tions of the state of things existing in the higher class of circles render it incumbent upon all having the welfare of their fellow croatures at heart to use every legit...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

. Telegraphic Siitelligenee. . ? !j?IiOM ora cokeespondent.] ?SYDNEY. . ? ' ! Wednesday, 2 p.m. SirH. Parkes' proceedings in the Assembly last night woro unimportant..— Mr. Coonan has given notice for Tuosday, that the conduct of the Minister for Lands whon interviewing mem bers who accompany their constituents, in reference to tho administration of tho land laws, is highly consurablo. — Sir H. Parkes promised to intimate shortly whon the Government will nrococd with the Electoral Bill, which ho thought should be tho last groat moasuro of tho presont Parliament. — Tho Australian crickoting team was signally defeated at Adelaide, ' tho local players winning by G9 runs. Tho olovon batted indifferently. The Adelaide team fielded well. London, March 15. - Tho German Pross recently contained revo lation of Russian attempts to . negotiate an alliance with Franco and Italy. There aro now distinct signs of bottor fe'oling lietweon Germany and Russia. — Tho addresses of Liberal loaders aro m...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Central Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

MISCEffiliAlfaBOUS. . i A Central Buttijjr Market. A .DEruTATiON of dairy farmers residing in the southern coast districts waited upon the Mayor and Aldermen this morning, at tlio Town Hall, for tlie purpjpse of urging the ? establishment of a OentraljjButter Market in Sydney: In addition to |lie Mayor there were present, Aldermen Da#ies, John Young, .Roberts, Chapman, ITardie, Palmer, O'Connor, Hordorn, Tamor, Carter, and ? Meeks.; | Mr.Roseby, M.L.A., intiidueed the depu 'tation, and explained its oljject. Mr. Moser presented the following ?; memorial:— ?'To the 'Worshipful tho Mayor and .aldermen of the city of Sydney. — The depu tation of the dairy farmers, and others .'interested in tlie establishment of a central 'butter market, liave the honour to wait upon you this day for tlie purpose of urging ?on ' tho corporation the desirability of ?talcing some steps towards attaining their / object, and they beg respectfully to submit . to you tlie following reasons which, havo ? .bee...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Commercial Intelligence, ' [BY ELEOTltlO TELEGRAPH.] Lucorno hay, scarce, firm at £4 10s per ton ; maizo, quiet, at 2s 3d por bushel for prime samplos, and from Is for interior; oats and barley, from 3s to 3s 3d; oggs, Is 3d to Is 6d por dozou; buttor, rising, and though no salos havo taken place at over 6d por lb holdors aro asking up to 9d for vory primo . samples ; pumpkins aro worth 2s to 2s 6d por dozon ; lard, 4dto5dporlb; fowls, 2s 5d to 3s por pair; ducks, 3s to 3s Gd ; goose 4s Gd to 5s ; turkeys (mixod soxos), 6s to 10s ; sucking pigs, 2s Gd to 5s each ; calves, 5s to 20s ; calfskins, 3d to Gd ; millet brooms, 8s to 10s por dozen ; bacon, 3d to Gd por lb ; colonial chooso, 4d to Sd ; honoy, 2.U1 to Sd.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Good Templarism. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Good Wmpla|isnii^ Ox Wednesday nighlktho 3rd Marwk in tho School of Arts, No_gf27M^. A|ox. MjJ^®lIj.D., of tho Mowers of tho Forest Jjodge, assisted by Sister Mary Ganderton, 'Vvj.V.T., and Brs. Robert Kells, W.M., and Malcolm Watts, of tho same lodge, re-instituted j the British Lion Lodge, No. 29 of Good Tcraplars. Tho only member of the Lodge in its m-evious oxistonce present was Br. John M'Arthur, who was thoroforo joined in with tho Tomerong frionds in re-instituting tho Lodge. Ono lad}' and eight gontlemen wero proposed for initiation, and all tho necessary forms and coremonies having been conformed with, wero duly initiated as Good Templars. Tho following officors were olccted for tho current quarter : — W.O.T., Br. John M'Arthur; W.Y.T., Sr. Alary Ganderton, Flowers of tho Forest; W.S.,-Br. Malcolm Watts, Flowers of the Forest; '\Y-F-S-, Br. Bobe'st Jeston ; W.T., Br. M. Marrak ; W.G., Sr. EjWrds; W.M., Br. Jas. M'ArtKm'j W^q;., B^\amos Ken. nedy; W.O.G., Br, Wni/Konnedyj-ju...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Mutual Pjiovident Society.— Attontion is roquostod to tho advertisement, convening a mooting of Shoalhavon members of the Mutual Providont Socioty,

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POETRY. Where is Your Boy To-night? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

P © 12 T B Y. I . v Where Is Your Life is teeitung'Wi HiWft 9Wt»TNj j Tlio gatos of sin aro wide, \ ' Tho rosy fingers of pleasure wiEye, And bockon tho young insideJi Man of tho -world with open purse, ? Seeking your own delight, PauBO ere reason is wholly gone — Whore is your hoy to-night ? Sirons aro singing on every hand, ' Luring the ear of youth, Gilded falsehood with silvor notes ' Drowneth the voice of truth. Dainty ladies in costly robes, ' Your parlours gleam with'light, Fate and beauty your senses steep — Where is your hoy to-night ? Tempting whispers of royal spoil _ ? Platter the youthful 60ul Eagerly entering into life, .Restive of all control. Noeds aro many, and duties stern Crowd on tho weary sight ; Father, buried in business cares, . . Whoro is your son to-night ? Pitfalls lurk in the flowery way. Vice has a gojclon gate ; 'V_ Who shall guuTMKtyunVeary'reet Into thoJughwOT straight V'-. Patient worker, with Wiling hitud, ^ ) ? . Keeping tho liomo\tonrth bright :- ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

''Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. March 6. — Mary Ann (ketch), from Wollon- I gong. : „ G. — Our Own (a.), from Sydney.; Illawarra (e.), from Sydney. ,, 8. — Promise (ketch), from Sydnoy. ,, 10. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. . MfcrelT'l.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydney. ? ,, ,8.— Tllawarra (s.), for Sydney. „ . 9!— Mocoyan (schooner), for Sydnoy. '? . EXPORTS. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tho 11th March, 1880. To Sydney : 225 haps potatoos, 214 kegs butter, 209 bags maizo, 95 pigs, 113 choeseS, 6 hags oysters, 9 coops poultry, 3 hags bacon, 12 cases eggs, 2 hags leather, 9 empty casks', i 'cask tallow, 1 horse, 1 parcel. To Kiama: 50 hags maize, 1 cow, 2 pigs, 2 port manteaus, 13 packages sundries. To Wollon gong : 17 hags maize, 1 horse, 1 hag hides, 1 c. hap;... ,- Per Illawarra (s.). Captain J. Gnrdo, on tho loth March, 1880. To Sydnoy: 531 bags maize, 21 kegs butter, 238 bags potatoos, 8 pigs, 4 parcels, 6 bags oysters, 5 cases eggs, 3 baskets w. du...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Xllawni'i-a Steam Navigation Company. STEAMER'S TIME ?TABLE. Jjl E 0 H S II 0 A L II A V E N , Monday, G a.m. Thursday, 8 a.in. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Pililii), at 11 p.m. ? All meals supplied during tho passages o£ tho steamors froo ol' charge. Tho Stoam Droghers, uudor clinrgo of Captain Buchanan, nrc always plying ontlio Shoalhavon River in connection with tho Sydney steamers. E. MANNING. ? K' — ? : ? r— — : — — English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Banli. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at NOAVRA, Shoalhavon, in ^ toinporavy. 'Promises, for tho transaction of all usual .'bunk- ing businoss. JOHN DOAVLING, . . Manager. Sydnoy, oth Juno, 1878. ? Wanted to lie Known. ~WT JONES, Collins-stvoot, ICiama, has W ? Hoinos and Vehicles FOR HIRE. - : IIo is prepared to run botweon AVollongong and Ulladulla. Also, tlmt ho is a cash purchaser. of llidos and sltins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and ? Commission ' Agent, .1 A MB Ell 0 0. f. HALL, General Commission A...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Calendar for March. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Calendar for I?SareS». ? i ? ' Moon's Ann. ? ? / i Last quartor ? 4th, at 9.11 a.m. Now Moon ...... . . 11th, at 10.52 a.m,'- ' , First quartor . . .19th, at 10.41 a.m. '?.??:.? Full .Moon ? 2Gtli, at 11.2S p.m. v.- ?:?§;??? w ?'! r~ — Sun- — iHigli water, atShoal ? . ^ llisos.. Sots.. |. : liavon'Heads. .. 1 ii , ? ' ' ii.'jr.-. it.'M. A', jr. p. jr. ' IS 'G 3 6 13 12' 21 12 44 19 6 1 6 11 ' 1 9 1 37 ' 20 6 5 6 10 2 '9 - 2 44' ?V;Vf2tVS:J G . 5 '6' -9' r 3 '21': 3 59 . 22 G 6 6 7 4 87 '5 13 23 'G . 7 6 G 5 44 G 12 24 ? C 8 6 5 G.3S 7 2

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. Kitchen 'Garden,.'— Some quick growing varieties of peas may now bo sown ; a full crop of celory may bo planted, oaro being takon to havo tho ground thoroughly manured. Tho cabbage and othor plants planted out last month will, need considerable attontion to prevent injury from blight. A small quantity of onions for .winter and spring uso may be sown this month, and tho crop already ripo should bo takon up ; this direction applies also to carrots. Earth up turnips, potatoes, &c., as they require it. Ripening seeds should bo daily gathered. Flower Garden'. — Keep ilio' weeds well down, and should tho weather provo unusually dry, attend to watering. Preparations for lay ing. out tho garden, such as trenching, pulver izing tho soil, may now bo mado — lot dahlias bo carefully fastoned to supporting stakos ; tho samo remark applies to similar plants, Tho planting of bulbs should bo prooeoded with ; pink bods may bo formed and planted. On tho fall of rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

Vjlict, . ? . ?' . .1 A NEW BBIGk^WUSE of 4. rooms, and ' detachuTj^ipiilt^itr goo.(l situation in Noivra, at roaSSliyflo rent. Apply ijt Telegraph Olfico, Nowra. / ? ? — / r ? ? — — Mi tusil SB?-ovWcii4 iety. A MEETING af tin Members pf tlio Aus tralian Miifual I nf'idont Sociotj' will bo liofd in tlio Tcliporo [§1 Hall, Torrara, . .on SATURDAY, th J 20th ^ist.,.at 8 p.ui, sharp, to consider tlio' proposed ajreorations in tho byTlaws, partipularly thp propo/il to doprivo members of tho i'iglit of voting bj proxy.' SHto2.a21liij.vpii Annual EEe^a'fta. k A !MIOETING wil bo held at tho Numba Hotol .oil TOE SUAY EVENING NEXT', at 8 p.m., to adjust t 10 Accounts aiid Prbsoni Cups of the llecVtta £ ItSf)- ;? ? ? 'All porsons liffring ClXihs .on tho Cominittdp aro Requested to|furti sh Recounts at pnco.':' P. W. PL ATT,' Prpsidout. ?; ? ™~ I /. l*iit^fij»rc. , IP .tho .owners j-t ho Aerial ' f^iil to lijeot tho : undorsigne(]f at JAss' Central Hotel, ..'oh'. SAT.UBDAY Nrlj It 8 p.m., to ^...

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Cable Intelligence. London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 March 1880

. CaWlp {From the. Herald. ) London, March 10. Tho Marquis of Harfcmgton, following tho coursp adopted by thp Earl of Boaconsfiold, lias issued a manifoato announcing tho programmo of. tlio - Liberals. Hp rofors in tho first placo to tho loyality. imiyprsalin. tlip.colqnips, which ho attributes principally to tlip autonomy couforrod upon, thom bjr tho Liborais. v In regard to tlio quostion of Homo Bulo for Ifpland, the Marquis of ' Hartington deolarosMmsolf strongly opposed 7to,j:hp prpppsa\,; and in the pvoht of tiio Liberals boing ..'called '? tp 'ofllco prqiriisos tlio'introductipn of ''oxtensivo :rbf6nns'in/thp-franphise. ;for tlio coiintios!'l; Ho alsp ' promises i'lmondnipnts: in tho law poiiainiiig.: to'- -Ideal Govoriiirion't and land tomiro, aiid says thatit will ba 'tlio aim of tlip Iidtpvul? :.tp i uphold tho integrity and powor of tlio Britislj Empiro ; but at tho Bamp tinio cnrofully to' avpid a. policy calculated. to: produce disqniot in tlio public -mind, und lead to ...

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