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The Railway for Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

TE«e IBiiElway for SIsoalhavcn. According to announcement, a oubbo mooting was held at tho Court-houso, Nowra, last Mon day, at 2 p.m., for the purpose oi appointing a deputation to wait upon tho Minister for Works to represent to him the expoclioncy of oontinuiug by tho most practicable routs thoCoast Railway trial survey, now in progros3 bo6woon Wollon gong and Kiama, to Suoulhojvan. Tho mooting wns tno most unanimous anri ontnusinstio wo havo seen in the district, every part being represented. From such a disiiiiico ns Ullndulla, 40 miles south, wore presont Mr. James Wardon, J.P., and Mr. Entter, of ho Vlladulla aitd Milton Times, and Mr. Bong. On tho platform of tho bonoh, were Mr. Jas. Warden, J.P. (TTlladulla), Mr. Jas. Thomson, ' J.P. (Burrier), Mr. John Mqnaghnn, J P., Mr; L. M'Intyro, J.P. (Brough/on Creok), Mr. Si' Elyard, J.P., and Mr. Brown, J.P. ; and in the body of tho house, . Mr. Z. G. Bice, J.P., Mr. H. G. Moi-ton. J.P., Mr. \W Lovogrovo, Mr. T. M. Richards, Mr. J....

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.—No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIBY.— No. 4. .'?? Bx 11. W. EMnnsoN MaoIvoh, F.I.O., F.O.S. AUTHOR OP ' THE CHEJIISXBT OF AOMCOLTOI1E.' Onuianso should coaso as soon as tho buttor cornea, for if carried too far tho ' grain' or toxturo of the product jb euro to bo injured. When tho butter has collected in tho ohum it ia taken out and washed in cold water (pro ferably in hard spring wator), with a view of removing tho butter milk and particles of caserne which, if julowed to remain, would soon decompose and turn the butter rancid. After it lias been washed, tho buttor is care fully worked and pressed for tho oxpulsion of all watery mattor. Over-working in thia . stage must be guarded against, as it will make .: the butter greasy and Bpoil ita texture. ?PnESEnVATioN or Bdtteh. — When made from oream buttor has a more agreeablo odour and tasto than when made from wholo milk ; but it is Baid that tho latter yields the best keeping product. Buttor from sweet cream contains less curd tha...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

SYBJMBY. IfHOM OUR COMtESPONDENT.] I closed my last budgot of news by informing you that this day (Saturday) would bo commemo ration day at tho University. By invitation, ns usual, your humble sorvaut put in an appoar anco a few miuutos before tho timo appointed for tho commencomont of tho proceedings, but fully a quartor-of-an-hour too Into find standing room or even admission. This bespeaks one of two things— oituor that tbo public- aro waking up to tho importance of our TJnivorsity and tho higher education, or that thoso who had tho manngomont bungled tho thing by issuing too many invitations ; the latter is tho general im pression. This reminds mo that I wonder tho Shoal haven pooplo do not put about getting a Efi-ammar school, or somo high class soholaatic insti-tion for the education of so many mtelligont young ujou and women throughout your district. If I mistake- not, you havo not ovon a docont School of Arts in your protty township. [No mistake— En. J But 1 hnd hotter proce...

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THE SCENT OF A DEAD ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

;THE SCENT'OF ii DEAD ROSE. ' I ? shall ; Bay no ? more ; ? y oil . may take your own .way,' all of you.. Ishall never interfere with yonagaini for good or bad, so good-by to you 1' arid Aunt Paulett hobbled : off on her ebony orutoh like the offended old fairy god mother. -?! .::'-.?'??' ? ?:; The -family looked at one another with blank faces as : tho door clapped smartly after her., ' . lAuntPaulott was a woman of hor word, and ifisho said she would go baok to her husband's people, go sho would undoubtedly and then what would become of them all ? .. .' From that day — twenty years ago — whon Bho, a childless widow, entered her sister's scrambling, out-at-olbows household, to yes. terday evening, sho had ruled them all with a rod of iron, by tho might of a strong will and a long purso. . ; Easy-going Mr. Hilton, and his fair, stupid good-natured wife, who spent a placid exis tence doing wool-work on the sofa, her ideas seemingly bounded by the requirements of tho last annual baby,...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Charges of Corruption against Mr. John Davies, C.M.G., in the City Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

jjosceiliij a mTis«i-ius. ? ~ ? Charges «f Coro-iiiition aKiitiiHt Mr. . JfoEuj BJnvles, C.M.(H., in the City Council, ('Abridged from the Sydney papers. J The usual weekly mooting of the Finance Com mittee of the City, Council was hold last Thursday at tho Town Hall. Thare were seventeen members of the Council present, including Aldermen M'Elhone and Davies. ' Tho roport was read by tho Town Clerk as follows : — .Your committee, consisting of tho Mayor Aldermen bowler, M'Elhone, Butchor, Doan, Hardio, and Withers, appointed to inquire into tho teudura for gonoral castings for the yonrs 1880, 18S1, and 1SS2, to ascertain if any unduo influence had boon used to procure tho contract for any individual, and to inquire if Messrs. D. and R. Bradford hnd given presents to any nldor mon, have tho honour to submit tho following roport : — In order to ascertain as far as possible whether any influence hnd been oxorcised in procuring Messrs. D. and R. Bradford tho con tract for blacksmith's t...

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Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

ftloveltet. GRIT. A Story of tho past and prosont; or ordi nary mon iind orcllnarytliings, in ordl ~ nary Ianguago, ? 1 BY DONALD CAMERON. AUTiion oi'l' is tub roM-s.ov tub bbiuusnt,' 'SILVBUWATBR I1KND,' KTO. ' Bo aure thy sin will find thoo out.' It is a bcnutiful bolicf : Tlmtcvor round bur head Aru hovering, on nngcl i-inga, , Tho siiiriti of tho dcml. - ? CHAPTER LXIV.— (Oonhsoud). ', Ho knew that undor any circumstance1) ho . could riot live an hour. Tho drain had been too great. Ho remembered, too, tho calcula tions ho had mada.when ho contrived tho hellish x-lot to imniura Jack alivo in that very mine, how long a man could breathe in a lovel when it was sealed up. There wbb a certain quantity of life-giving oxygen in a given space; whon that was exhausted tho man must dio a horrible heath. And whon his mind had calmed down a little, ho could perceive that the air- was already thick, and 'impregnated with carbonic acid gas. It seemed to give no life. 0, for one breath of tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

03' Meetings to be Elcld. Good,. Tomplar's Lodgo moots at Nowra August 3tj-l£[S2, nt 7 p ra. To Our Subscriber)*. QTJBSORIBERS to this journal not rocoiving O their papor regularly, 'will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro priotor, at tho offico of thiB papor. . ?. THE ' Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

[ Ulawarra titcnm Navigation Compiiny. ' ? ' TIME TABLE. From Sydney. 'fEvory Tu.°f ,a5'- ,™d Fridny , ' night, at 11. . From Qroenwoll I Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point. ) 8 a.m. FARES : Cabin, 20s; Return (Cahlii), 30s; i . . Stcenisc, 12s G«l. \ -\ E. MANNING, ' ' ♦ Manager. BOiikJImIi ScoHIhIj and Australian Cliartttre-!£BIcuil{. mm BUSINESS o£ this BANK will, for tho .''JL * . ?? future bo conduotod in tho NEW'PJIE MISES in Kinglioi n-sti cot noxt tho Presbyterian church. KOBT. FINIAYSON. Manager. Nowra, 12th January, 1881. aonvcMiissionxr AKl) PRODUCE AGENT, TA SMANIAX JAM §? FR UIT DEPOT, 1)2 Sussex-street, Y D N E Y . flate Thome and Mciklejohn,J Commission Agent , SUSSEX STREET, Belweon King aud Muiket Streets, SYDNEY. EAWESF AID VAICE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Street, SYDNEY. ? . ? ELLIS & COMPANY, AlLWAY AUCTION PR0DU0I3 DEPOT, 703, Gcorge-Mreol, South Sydney. CattBe, Slicey, asul E3«rse Sn.estaiCH. S'r««!iifc AaiftfcUincea'S and Argues, for the Sdlo of Liv...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

Special Telegraphic Hutellisence. ; L*'HOst OUR COKBESPONBENT.i SYDNEY. Wedxesday, 6 p.m. The s.s. Coonanbarra left Sydney last night crowded with passengers, a large number intending to be present at the opening of tho railway to TJralla ; amongst them were the Hon.. E. Wisdom, and Messrs. Ferguson, Procter, Murray, Withers, and Burns, Ms.P. Henry Kendall, the poet, died yesterday after being ill for some time, aged forty-two years ; he loaves a widow and five children. A man named James Heron got out of the Botany tram while in motion, and sustained frogmental fracture of both legs, which will probably be amputated. Later, , Another case, supposed to bo small-pox, is reported at New South Head road. . Jarrett, a well-known printer, was sum moned this morning for publishing a pamph-. let without his name and place of 'publica- tion. The informer failed to prove' the publication, and the case was dismissed:, | ,.',.. The first portion of the tramway : exten sion from Hunter-street t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

In view of our prospects as regards the kind of struggle that our cause may have to bo borne through, in order to get the railway to this district, the meeting of Monday last presented many hopoful and encouraging foatures. Tho gathering was large, enthusi astic, and unanimous. It represented every interest in the district, yet all wore of one mind as regarded tho main question at issuo — the railway for Shoalhaven. Of course we ? must begin in a legitimate way. There will bo no use asking bur member to bring tho ?question to a vote till we shall first have ascertained the cost. In order to get at that intelligence, atrialsurvey mustbemade; and it was to take tho preliminary means to gain this end that tho public meeting of Monday was called. Nothing could have been more gratifying to the promoters of public welfaro than to see so hearty and so general a response. Tho whole programme was, with one exception, carried unanimously ; and as regards tho exception, — the resolution re spe...

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RUNNING A LOCOMOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

HUNKIKO. A LOCOMOTIVE. ' Well, I've had a littlo experience in run ning an engine,' said a long specimen of the genus Yankee, putting ono elbow on tho bar counter and holding his whisky straight up to the light, 'and it it would amuse you. I'll give you a yarn or two.' ' Slavo ahead,' said his companion, 'but I've been thoro myself. I used lo run an engino from New York to Philadelphia.' ' Oh, you did,' said the Yankee. ' Well, that just amounts to nothin'. I'vo been a special engineer for tho lost ten year, and there ain't a milo of track atweon horo and 'Frisco I haven't traveled ovor. You sco us specials aro obliged to bo ready for any thing at a moment's notice, and when wo travel wo just go right over the ground, and don't you forgel it.' ' I'vo made some pretty good time myself,' said tho second enginceer. 'I took a train through from New York to Philadelphia in eighty minutes.' 'Oh, that's child's play,' said tho first en gineer. ' Why, man, I've made that run my self, and wi...

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Poetry. A SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

.- jpoStyv. A SONNET. r By Hamilton MacKinnon. E'bn atf tho way-lost travoller in tho bush i Of Austral wild, whoso weary loot have , t strayed' . Through pathless woods, with ne'er a sound - ', to hush ? Tho beatings of his heart ; who, diro afraid ' To face another day of burning sun i And drouthy wasto, has laid him down to die, Fools, whon 'waited from dreams, ho gazes on Tho gontlc moon, unrobed, in heavenly sky, That shines with pitying love thro' latticed loaves, ' So I do feel tho soothing balm of lovo Whioh thou hast blessed mo with : and as one weaves Sweet thoughts from contemplating heaven above, E'on so I weave this verso ; and, happy too 1 I thank theo with a loyal lovo, and true.

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HE FORGOT THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

IIE FOIIQOT THAT. ' Afteh ho had.explained that tho old woman was bound and determined to havo a now bed room carpot, and that being he was in. town he thought he'd tako it home and surprisahcr ho added that he wanted enough Inhain car potto cover a room sovon by eleven., ?'; ' You mean ingrain,' Baid the dealer. 'Well, I 'sposo it's all tho same. How much.is that piece?' 'Seventy cents a yard.' .::....'? '. ..' Awful steep, but kinder purty. How long will it wear.?' ' ?: ? ? ' -. . .,,.-.; .?}.?','?'.',-,?? ':?, '. 'Oh, ten or twelve years.' )- i'('/-,'-.--':.';i'- i ?'! ? ' Can it bo turned ?' ,' .'?'.. ; .';?': -:' .?'? '?'?- ?' s : ' ? 'Yes.1?,-:.-. - -^.rv:.: ':.i:-:.W;{';V'.'. :'h: ' Anything to got out of repair?' ;.',; ,; . ., ..' ' Nothing.'.' i v, ?;? '??/,'~y-';ii,!r'^-j:i:'w-:\\--''';'^-:- ' Will tho eolomMoVUfliSfH ??X-:Av-W':- »'! '.They arowareanted riot to,'V.:: ?;;,!/:'??';' ' Seventy cents a yard,: eh?-.- Well, I- rather. liko it. Can tho old woniaii sewit together...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

'''fyy? ',' ' NOTICE. 'r^'f '/'- Iti onrnoxtwo shall cominonco a now soiial ? 'fj' ' story,' entitled — V1 'BY SLOW DEGREES,' Dv ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. Aloxandor Montgomery is a rising young Australian Author, whoso prospcots, ao n novelist, nro promising. ' That Follow I'arncso ', a Btory by this author, is now being published in the Aunt fa lasian. Intending subscribers wishing to stnrt with the now story would oblige by sending in their orders at onco, as wo only print n limited number of papers in excess of our subscrip tion list. .

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'T WAS EVER THUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

?? 't was eveb thus. -'. ? ????.;'?.' ]'' Oh, Why should the spirit of mortal heproud I ' ' ? Anarrowroad, with twining branches bowered ; i... A pair of lovers whispering' in tho shade'; Asigli, a blush, a softly whispered !' yes' A kiss, and thus the old, old contract's mado. Ten Years After. ? Threo pairs of tooless boots requiroionowing; Thrco boyo aro waiting for tho happy ohanco That dad can buy another pair of breeches ( His old ones going to Iho boys for pants). A grocer's bill to meet, tho winter's fuel, Rent day next week, and school books to bo - had; Tho problem how to make ono dollar fifty Forever pressing on the happy dad. Twelve Years Later. Three lovers o'er thrco maidens sottly bending Sixhoart3 that boat as threo will novor. '?? sevor; Tho samo old problems looming. in tho dis tance — And thus tho merry world goos on forovor. — Maiden Headlight. ' — ' Mustapha Chohh.' Tho old story of the elephant who becamo enraged at Iho man who gavo him a chew of tobacco and lai...

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Fun. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

fun. . All sorts of sleeves aro adinissablo, for ladies dresses, bul Ihc coat sleeve, around tho waist, remains tho favorite — Lowell Citizen.' Advice to wives : Man is vory much liko an egg — keop him in hot wator and ho is bound to becomo hardened. — Philadelphia Chronicle- ' Herald. ? ' It's no uso to feel of mo wrist, Docthor,' said Pat, when tho physician began taking his pulso': 'tho pain is not there, surr: il'siin my hid ontoiroly.' !l It is Baid that 'coal is king.' Perhaps some of it is, but the lasl lot that camo into ofiicowas dust.— St. LouisIIoriict: Woll:all kings that aro not dust arc. going to bo dust sooner or later. — Texan Sifting!. THE LAD1KH1 CENSUS 1'IIOTEST By man, base man, forover doom'd to weep, : To flat rebellion will tho wretches 'drivo us : Thoy know wo only can one secret keep, * 4 And now of ovon that thoy would deprive us. ' A Rocimsran street-car horso shot out with his heels the other day and hit tho diiver with one and the cash box with tho other...

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Droughts and Deductions [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

Bronglita and Seductions. By Koli? Boldeewood lie the ' Syditey Mail.' It is conceded that the drought of 1881— ;18S2~ now, happily, to bo spoken of in tho past tense — was tho most severe and disastrous in its effects over known in Australia. A faint 10 mombranco still lingers ainoiig old colonists of the great. drought, which destroyed tho crops and devastated flocks and herds during tho years 1836, 1837, 1838. : ' ? In the last of those memorable years, flour rose to tho unprecedented price of £100 per ton. Bread was then made, for economical, roasons, of oqual parts of flour and rico\ The'pupils wore sent homo from their boarding;school by masters ?unable to fulfil their contract of feeding thorn. The meat, though dear, was oxoorably lean and tasteless. Immense losses took placo among tho stook spread ovor the then known pastoral area of New South Walos. Tho water- courses were dried up, wholly or in part. Wells— still to bo traced, though since that far distant day unused — wer...

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The City Council and Sir H. Parkes' Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

The City Council and Sir SI. Parlies' BBanqnct. A ?WRITER in the Echo, says: — A vory funny discussion took place in tho City Council on Thursday last, immediately alter the Mayor announced that ho had received a deputation asking tho Council to join in' giving a public reception to Sir Henry Parkes* on his arrival in Sydney, and also to hold mooting on tho subject. Tho aldermen seemed to havo a vivid recollection of certain slights, real or imaginary, which thoy ? had -received, and determined to balance tho ' account. Somo of thorn displayed moro irrita tion than was bocoming. And it certainly was not .correct v to say that tho Promior had novor lost any opportunity for insulting the aldermen. Tho cap with bolls was fairly won by Mr. M'Elhono, who is a sort of colonial Sam Wellor, ?with a largo dash of ' Vitochapel.' It would appoar that ho had been roading 'Julius CEOsar,' and that this passage of tho dialogue botwpen Brutus and Cassius was running in his mind— . ' \ ?;* '|Now,in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT ASD Pir,I,S.— Coughs, Influonzn. — Tho soothing proportio3 of those moiiicamonts render thorn woll worthy of trial in all disonsos of the lungs, in common colrls, and inlluonza. Tho Pills tako intornnlly and tho Ointmont rubbed externally are oxcuod ingly offlencious. Whon iniluouza is epidemic this trcafmont is oaswst, F.vfo-.t, anil burost. Holloway's Pills nnd Ointmont purify tho blond, rcniovo all obstructions to its frco oil dilation through tho lungs, toUpvo tho ovtn gorged air tubes, and render lospiralion freo without reduc ing tho strength, irritating tho nerves, or dy juossing tho spirits. Such aro tho lomly moins of savins sulfcring whon ulliicted with oolds, coughs, bronchitis, nnd othor complaints by which so many aro sorioualy and ]iormauoutly afflicted in most countries.— Adv. ?'No ponl, up TTtica contracts our powers ' may bo truly Miid of ono of tlio most invulnablo preparation of modorn timca, for its Hales aro not confined to any partieulnrKpho...

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The Scene at the State Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

IPSie Scciie at the State 'lln'hqnct. The Daili) Telegraph gives a description of tho scono at tho Stato banquet iu St. Goorgo's Hall on Thursday ovoning. It says : — In a grand hall, glittering so brilliantly with diamonds, gold, crystal, and light, that tho, byo can with difficulty find place for momentary repose, sits an august nud illustrious companj. Orci head float baimorij of Knights of tho Qurtor; on tho tnblo, plncod upoiv goldou mirrors; aro goldon cnndolabra boaring hundreds of tapers; grim Beofoators, halberds in hand, stand gunrdby tho wall; fiom a gallery abovo float strains of soft music ; when suddenly a stalwart Highlander, loaning forward, crios out, m stentorian tbnoa, ' Tho Quoon.' Up risos that gallant company, and echoing tho words, 'Tho Quoon, tho Quoon,' drinks a toast. Tho National Authom sounds whlio yot tho banquotors stand, and thon, as tho last notes aio Jiaiid, thoro como shrill vibrations fiom a distance ^a3 of pipers. A moment later, and tho fornis of...

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