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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

Coniiuci'cSial jlnitulliffencc. South Const ami West Ciiciulen €0 ojteralive Company (Eiimited). Sydney Maiiket Pjuoes. Bolow wo givo gonornl quotations, £ s. d. £ b. d. Butter, host, per lb.. 0 '2 3 to 0 2 6 Bacon, ditto.. ? 0 0 7 ,,008 Ditto hoavyandrough .0 0 4,, 0 0 0 Obooso.porlb ? 0 0 9,. 0 0 10 Pigs, porlb ? 0 0 -1 '„? 0.0' 0 Calves, oach ....... 0 5 0 „ 1 5 0 Hides, porlb ? 0 0,3,,, 0 0 3J Calfskins, oach ? 0 10.,, 0 0 0 Tallow, por ton .... 2'i 0 0 „ 28 0 0 Maizo.porbusbol.dull 0 4 11 „ 0 5 0 Whoat, porbushol .. 0 5 0 „ 0 G (i Barloy, (English) .. 0 i'O' „ ,0 5 C Ditto, (Capo) .ditto .. 0 . ?! 0 , „ 0 4 0 Oats, ditto . . . .-. ... 0 4' 0 „ 040 Huy (oaton) per Ion.. C ^ 0' 0 „ 9 0 0 Ditto (Iuc6r.no) ditto.. '5 0.0 ?„, 8 0 0 Potatoos ditto ??;;....; 4 0 0,,, 5 0 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 3 Gv ,, 0 4 3 Ducks, ditto..... ... 0 4 G, „ 0 5 0, Gooso, ditto .-. ? 050 „ 08C Turkoys, ditto ...... 0 8 0 „ 014 0' Eggs, por dozon .... 0 1 2 ,, 0 1 3 Commercial Stores, Sussox-streot, Sydney,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Cable Intelligence. London, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

Csi3-!c SctteSHa^ence. {From the Sydney Papers.) London, July 23. Tho Governor of Port Said has taken refugo on board ono of tho steamers in consoquonco of tho menacing attitude of tho nativos. Ho has resigned his post, and tho worst results are anticipated. Tho early bombardmonl of Aboukir, which is being strengthened and fortified by tho rebel troops, is probublo. Tho Duko of Took has boon appointed to tho staff of tho army of occupation. It has transpired that Arnbi's oft'or to submit upon certain specified conditions was instigated by tho Sultan, who feared that further resis tance would imporil his hold upon Egypt. Tho looters who woro caught in the not of stealing or destroying property in Alexandria nrd being daily flogged by tho marinos. Twenty-four English guns havo boon placed in position to command Raraloh. In tho Houso of Commons to-day, Mr. Grlad stono announced that tho Sultan had pledged hiinsolf to sond troops to Egypt. A largo meeting of Radicals was hold in tho cit...

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THE DEADLY CIGARETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

THE DEADLY CIGAKETTE: Ten little cigiiottcs in a wrapper fine. A small boy sauries thorn and .then thero aro ?nino; ?. .-.- ? . : ; ; Nino httl' cigiiottcs quickly, ono by one, Get then work in on the youth— then .there are none; -i ;::';::?? ; .;;?;?-...?%?: ;. Fom bcmilcd doctors silliria 'round the bed.' Eich with a difforont shako to his head.-1' ? Threo big diseases waiting to destroy, All boaini^ Latin names as long as tho boy. Two undoitakois, gratitude in'oyol' Bond low to the doctors as they pass 'Oih by.' Ono littlo funeral in, the graveyard score, Ono htllo bmokor loss — ono angel more. . ; . . ^ ,. . ..-,'.?-.;....' ? I: '-'.,.- ',

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MISCELLANEOUS. Clippings from "Sydney Punch." THOSE HORRID 'SPECIALS" LAURA'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

?|:f;r';.OTSCKliIiAW;E©lJS. Clippings from 'Sydney Punch.' ? THOSE HOREro: !.BPECrAXB.;v . ''?' LiunA'fl Lamest. Beats 3Pmion,'wo think it only right To Bhow in vour bright pages Tho most outrageous, frracelcss slight Of tboso nido * special ' sngcs. \7hon round tho world with caRCr scent Thoy tracked our Premier jolly, 'Tia sad to think thoirtimo wns spent In chronicling dry follyv^ \ '?(. '- \ They knew thnt to us loval '.cleat*!. NoUiinR could lie Tvcinieiu-w ?- s Than details of his tender years, £*cn fronvtlio loiifr-clotlics era. ' Of how ho cottoned to the spoon? And how ho fought through teethinR : motlicr.he wn« a squally loon, * ' Or mildest.4 kiddy* breathing. ' We've heard about the paper boat Ho sailed aomn leaky trough in ; But of Ills measles not n note, Noi yet his whooping-coughing. They've told us how he cribbed tho eggs, But tell us no'lhfag of his ?ejpj. Nor how he planted tucker. -:Nor have we heard a single ?word About his maiden thrashing ; , ; Nor what his li...

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A WIND INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

A W'tND INHTllUMISNT. An interesting trial of a now musical instru ment took placo recontly in tho Kpcooh-room of Harrow school, before a numerous nudionco, comprising many old pupils of Harrow and other distinguished persons. Tho namo of Bnilliu Hamilton, tho inventor ot the instru ment in question, has long boon known in connection with practical acoustics. As long ago as January, 187'-, ho road boforotho Musi cal Association a thoughtful paper on the application of wind to Hiring instruments, in which ho explained ami developed Uio idea originally invented by John Fnrtnor, Iho organist of Harrow school, of effecting tho harmonious vibration nt strings by means of a current of air instead of slriking them with bow, or plectrum or fingers. Mr. Hamilton's plan ot applying this invention to instru ments. ot tho organ typo has for tho present been Abandoned, although we beliovo that Mr. Farmer still hopes toturn his idea to practical account. The principle ot tho instrument shown late...

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

~OT ANTED, a MA/sT, to Husk, on contrnct.j TT a barnfull/ZCMaiiio in cob. Apply JOHN WATSON, ^owia. ?YftrANTED, by ho Rovf^Bra^tfaTtrong ' W LAD oivol holy/ JlAN, to milk, row a bout ocunsioimllJL iljftgh h/littlo, and bo gono rully usoful in Inei locrff Bolong, 2 3th Jui ', 1882. Whcclv/isKiit Wanted. \ A SPLENDID opouing for a Wheelwright at _Ol Wnrdoll, Rubmind llivor ; constant work guaranteed; iloAlOfft. within 25 miles. Shop and ovory assistant given. Apply to ERNEST CARTER, Wnrdoll. For Private Sale. ^ nnHE Dwelling at Gieenhill3 now occupied by B Mr. W. Hufu i»ck, togothorwith halfan acro of splendid afli ^fal land. Apply to U. MOSS, 1 Contrnl Hotel. August 2, 1882. HAVING made arrangements with MkV .UEN11YB0XH.ALL, of Crown-slreot, Wollongong, witbiftcfeard to my Outstanding Accounts, I horoby*re-prfst Payment of samo to bo mndo to hini on a/id after this date. (Signed) . /0OIIN M'CEEADY, By his Attornoy, Sajiuel M'Whinne. Sydnoy, 11th July, 1SS2. TAILOEIMG. : ? ' The Slop ...

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THE VENERABLE BEDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

? THE VliNEIlAIlLH DUDE. ; B.iiDA, the. venerable Bedo, as later times styled him, was born in G73, nine years aftor Iho Synod of Whitby, on ground which passed a year later to Boncdict Biscop as tho sito of tho abboy .which ho reared by tho mouth ot Iho Wear. Tho youth was trained, and his long tranquil life was wholly spent at Jiirrow, in an offshoot ot Benedict's house. which had been founded by his friend Ccol frcd. liiuda tolls us in his own charming way a story of his boyhood thoro ; how one of the great plagues which followed the Synod of Whitby swept off every monk who knew how to sing in choir save tho a'-bot and this littlo scholar ot his, and how tho two stoutly kept up tho sorvico, and dropping only tho antiphons, struggled through tho Psalms amid much weeping and sobbing till tho rest of tho brethren were sufficiently instructed in the church chant to suffer tho full service to bo restored. Brada never stirred from Jarrow. ' I spent my whole life in tho same monastery,'...

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A TRYING PIECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

A , TiiYiNa riEoE.'; ' '.??.-?. .. Somi rinNii foi spolling^and pronunciation. The following affecting tale is commended to all who wish to test their ability iii spelling and pronunciation. It is tho production of a friend of oius . Some might think he was labeling uiiAai'a-spcll, and pronounce him insane, but wo' assure them - that thoro is no ground for any such suspicion : — ? Roland and Diana wore Iover3. Diana was ephemeral but comely, iiypoohondriacal but not lugubrious, didactic but not dishonest, nor given to ribald or truculent grimaces. Her pedal extremities wore, perhaps, a trifle too laigo foi plaj in,; organ pedals successfully, but hei heait was nol at all adamantine, and her addiess was poiemptory without being diffuse. Roland on the other hand, was of a' saturnine countenance, it once splenetic and combative in disposition, so that his wassails and orgies wero almost maniacal in their effects: He was' a telegrapher by profession, having received a ? 'diploma from Ca...

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Humour. HOW TO ENTERTAIN THE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 August 1882

HDumour. HOW TO ENTE11T.UN THE (IHILS. ' . : ' What shall we do to entertain our girls?' says a religious exchange. A man who needs advice as to how to entertain his girls is not fit 'to edit a religious paper. We suggest that ho should tako ono of them out buggy-riding in the afternoon, tell her what a daisy she is, and how insipid and lixcd-up that other girl is. Then ho should tako ' that other eirl' out for ice cream after supper and tell her confi dentially how vory uninteresting and awkward the buggy-riding girl is. When tho two girls meet the religious editor can depend on them entertaining each other without his personal assistance. — Texas Sifting*.

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

ibouseboR). ?RECIPES. To Cook a ham. — Simmer it in water to which' a largo cupful of coarse brown sugar and a pint of sherry have boon added. It is incomparably superior in tasto to one that has beon boiled in the ordinary way. Sweetiiiieads witu MusiinooMs. — FarBbil some sweetbreads, allowing eight medium sized ones to a can of mushrooms : cut tho sweetbreads about halt an inch square, stow until tender I slice tho mushrooms and stow in the liquor for ail hour, then add to the sweetbreads a coffee-cup of cream, popper and salt and a tablospoontul of buttor. OitANv.E Si'Onoe. — Dissolvo on ounce of isinglass in ono pint of water; strain it through a siovo, and lot it Bland till cold, then mix with it tho juico of six orangos and one lemon ; sweeten to taste and beat tho mixture with a whisk until it becomes whito and looks liko sponge ; put into a mould and turn out when required, ornamenting it with slices of out orange. . Anoki.'s Food (tho custard and not tho oake) is made in t...

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Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

; ''? IRovcIist . BY .SLOW DEGREES. A'ST01tY 01' AUSTUALIA. ' CY -'ALEXANDER ' MONTGOMERY. ' '„'. , * CHAPTEH I. f 'Hnnr, Ihcn, ill lust, I may red,, mid, putting i away from 111a with iv resolute hand Iho m . memories of a broken lifo, find in Lliia oiitof J llic-way corner of Iho Groat South Land such a degree ot peace as may full to Ihc lul of a man W , whoso tics arc savored, whose nmbilion'is dead, I mid whoso heart, if not (lead also, lias yd in I , great measure lost the Iwo grand qualities r which make oxistenco a reality; Iho power to I enjoy— Iho capacity lo miller!' 1 Those, or something like these, were the a - thoughts that passed thiough iny mind ns, H -? upon 11 sweltering January evening, I sat by 8 ^ Iho giual swamp of Kojonga, mid saw, through j' '' ' tho quivering ail1, tho far-away bush files glow ;|i; ' ' liercer upon the eastern horizon, an tho smokc :', lcddcncd sun sank behind tho western moun 'J '. ' tains. How much 1 was deceived — how far I (WJ -. erred in...

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Poetry. A LOVE-PROMISE. A SUMMER EVENING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

.-' ? ?'' lpoeti\\ A LOVE-PROMISE. A SU.MMKIl KVKKIHCI mini:. „ Al lli.il culm bum- Mum lm M tlio bust, When iln-liKlit hiirtly i-Iiisoi, WIipii Midi lly, wr.iiY-ninitnl, In icil, And K\ a sluilh up lliu io'iCS — Al U.iil -lc.ir hour tit Niilnm'n hush, WIipii ynpliyr source! h xigbiug, Ami liiiHKi iuK liiiti --! i.w.ita Hii.sh Aio in the wo-,Uiml (lying — . . -w 'Wlii'ii licni t to heart most wnrnily open, ' V 'I'o loves tlia f inulosl dinging ; ' - * i \ _ ' Whan memories, null foam, mid hopes, ' ^^ And orisons nro Bniinglng— _? - - I'll tliinlc how otlon, wending slow, ' .' 'J'h.'il Impiiy hnur lintlisccn us; .And lireallio ihyiiiuno in accents low, Tlio-i-;Ii_ncofliis lull between 119. 1 ' '? ; All I yoa;Clhnii»UTimo'RC-iM tiauBlmllllow, Al):,cuco nud dihtnueo aiding, ? And try to v\\\\\ vluil hcomn to glow *? ' Too warm — too blight' fur fading; . ' Al thill lnvcd hour wo oil Imro mot ; Still cofl n'i daylight claws, Thou'Il steal on my rcmemlirnuco yet, '.- 'As dow-.ijian thoro...

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The Alleged Bribery and Corruption Civic Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

TTlie ASScr^i! ESrKjcrj and Corruption -»€5-.ic tti'«st5vailies. A i tho meohng Of tho piU- Council vo^toidiv afleinoon tho gonoial pubbf. attondod in laigo nutnbci^ to witnos tho|' peilo'manco,' which wao o\ppoted to bo of a In oly, it not OKOitmg chaimloi, noi wheio ILlo^ disippoiutod Aftor tho ti uwielioi! of som|j loutmo businosi, tho report w° » bi ought uA by tho sub-comraitteo appointed to lnquuo iuto tho chnigo against Aldoimin John Divips j Itw is folio rod hy tho reading of p numboi pf Hocluiition, all tending to dony tho chaigo of i'i\|pie°ont boing mido to Mr Davios in tnto Aldffl m in M'Elhono moved tho adoption of tho loport, and n long disoiiS3ion followed, in tlio com so i of whiih Alderman M'Elhono =iidho hfd i s.hll moi o spi ious, chargo against Mi Divie-J than that, which tho com inittoo had lust disposod of Aldoiman ontorod into his do'onco n tho 'lai lings' nt gioit lougth, and ultmiatolv tho lopoif was adopted without n disbiuibont toico Aldoimnn M'Elhono, v\h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

HOLLOW VA''S OlNJVtrM A.KD FlLIiS — Cou^lu, In(lucn7 i — Tho soothing piopoiliosof tao^o medicament* lomlci tl en well woithy of tml in all disci ob of tho lim-j,, m common colds nud tuflnoi 'it Tho Pills li'ce luteiimllv and the Oiuhneic i ubbod o (.torinillj' fire o -cr ed mjrl' olliciciou AYhon mtluou/ i ib i pidomio Llus tiei'mant is 0MP--f s itoit nut s'-rc t ICollowaj 's Pill-, and Ointmout p l nj thr blood, rOiiio'.o all ob tiucttons io it fieo cnculation thioujch tho Inn,; , rohovo tho o\oi sailed nu tubes, and londoi renpu it on Irru -'Vithont loduc mg tho stinngL1i nrifcitm.,' tho llol^p'^ or d- - piessing Iho spniU f-iii-h no the ioad- moms ot bavin? bulfori 13 whon nfluctod v, it h oolils, coughs, binncb'tis, md othpi complaml-. h? whioh so nauv iro sorioa -lv and poimnnontly nftlictel in ino t Lonntncs — t\j)V 'No ponl up 'Ohca contriot.8 om powoi-1' may bo tiuly aid oi ouo ot the 'noiL nualuiblo prop nation of modoin timoi, Foi ill silo.aro not confnii-d t-auv pari.icu...

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Lamentable End of Four Great Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

£i»uicittul»9c E;u(J efFenr Grcilt Pfleii. Acoroi m^UjTjY enstnto myteyos one -lnv upon »ovoial mjuatuies, InoicoiTOd amoncjit thpm tho poitiaits of foui gi(nt rtjon, who fillnd tho w oild with thou namo= and oxploits Thoso lool-od down on. mo— Aio: :indra tho Grout, Hin nih il, Crosai and JTapo' ion I It was not tho n!'st..timo.x,Jinu onsorvetHtnom,' one noyov.^oioTo had those %u it hgmos - £ lustoiy pioduratl on mo so deep an unpiossiOi: Ti ivo.sin^ menially then sovei ilcmcoio, I n mndoncd mvoli to tho following reflections Ale \nndia tho Gioit, aftoi attaining tho da/zhns si mnnt of hi=! ambition aCtoi oncuchng hisluiugl tyfoiohoad with blood stained laui els, aftoi ti uniting undei his uc tonous chariot nations without numboi— this monaich, satiated withfloiy, lookod with con tempt- on a woild ho had conquorod, and shed tcuis tor lack o£ anothoi jto put uiidoi his voko. Ho set fue to a city, andi died m tho inijlst of a diunkon caiousiil ITauniba], nftoi throwing Epmo into cons...

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humour. FABLES OF ZAMBRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

':.\;r;:'v';^uiitpuV';'.^;;^^;^^; .?.'?'.-?.?'.': '.. PAiiiiES op zAMuiii.. , .-?.. .''-V': .{.:,' ?A FAJiwiiiNa -.traveller, 'who had ??'ru'n- down:n ???'? ? : sdlainandor, mndd a fire and laid him alivo ?'. upon the hot coals lo cook. . Wearicd-witlitlio I-:. : . pursuit which had preceded his. capture,'; the ;' animal -.at once cbinposcd. ;hiniBolf, ''aridiifell ?;';'?.;? into' a refreshing sleep.' 'At tlio end ,o£.aVhal£ ;..-;; hour -the man slirred- hiin.-^vith;; a stick,:. ...; ??remarking: -'-..'.. . ,-?'?.?- ;?: ',':-::?;?'.)%, :;';?'?..; ;;'V -,.- -:.V\-.:'. :.;' I 8ay'l..wakp.up and- bogiii . tbastirig,' '.will .- 1'-. juu 1 u.vn iuu^ iiu juu lliuuu MJ Jicop Ullinur ?. ? .. waiting, eh?'_ ?_'[ ;,:.??.???.? ^:'-/:'-^-''ii'^Ji'''}^.y:: .'.;.'?' 'Oh,- I -beg you will riot wait for liio,'. was '.-,' ?' ? :tho yawning -reply. :' If (your:arp^goirig'Xtp.: ; !;' stand. 'iix-on ceremony' ? every thing '.will: 'got : ? vC' cold. Iwish,! by tlio way, you wbuldput on ? ^; sonio moro ...

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The Late Mrs. W. M'Donald. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Ttoe I-ate Mrs. MX. M'1©ouaI-B. Wb clip the following from tho Ziomorc Ohran fele of the 13th ultimo, the subject of the notice having, it appears, boon well and favourably known in this district for many years : — 'Last week, one of tho oldest (if not the oldest) of tho rosidents of the northern parts of this colony, was takon- from our midst by that grim messenger Death, in the person ofEIizabeth M'Donald, relict of William M'Donald, both natives of Kinguesio, Scotland. She was born in the year 1794, and was married at tho age of 28. She survived her husband 35 years : the issue of tho marriage boing five sons and one daughter. Tho deceasel lady camo to the colony in 1859, along with two members of her family tho others having preceded her. Mrs. M'Donald lived with her daughter, Mrs. A. M'Donald, Shoalhaven, until coming to the Richmond Eivor, eight years ago, just at tho time of tho decease of Mrs. D. M'Donald, of Maize Grovo, a daughter-in-law, whom sho much revored. Sinco that ...

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Value of Bradford's Tenders to the City Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

1 to the CEty Couauesi. t * , WitEN' Mi John Davios wns defending himself last week bofoio tho City Council in tho Biadtoul case, he said ' 'Tho amount of tho blacLsimthiug for that yoarfwas only £60, and to think that thoso mon would hand him ono-thnd of the ainomil, would ieaci to ino supposiuon tnat tnoy w ouia soon find themselvos nn Kmg-stioet ' Mi M'Elhone, m a lottei in yostorday's Ibialtl, sajs 'Biadiord's conttacts foi tho last two jeaishavo amoimtecT^o jbl'5,0001' If that was the caso (and\ e l-!ho\vv ot' no loasou foi doubting tho couoctuess oi tho statoment),,. why was this stoiy about tho-blucksmitlnng (which may also be huo) put'foi»aid') Tho only explanation is that btaudmg'by itself it tondod tb' proyo thpy improbability' of any. gift f' th' vnl'i'-hf-JJ2'lorunrohavi'g boon mulob- lIioMcsm Biadloul to Mi Davioa. So liti well Bui il I!i6 bladkSmiHiing tian '.utioiis lqmsent o^nly a fiauion of tho business between Messrs ajiadfoid and tho Council — tho 2jO(Ii paU, in f...

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A BURNING LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

A nUHNINU I.AKK. It is said that from one of Iho chief naphtha wells of Itussia, tlio liquid shoots up as from a fountain, and has formed a lake four miles long and one and a quarter wide. Its depth is, however, only two feel. This enormous- ' luirfaco of inllannnablo liquid recently becanio . ?' : ignited, and presnnled an imposing 'spectacle, the thick black clouds of smoke being lighted up by tho lurid glare ot the central column of Iliuue, which rose to a Krcivt height. Tho smoke mid hcal»wei'o suoh us lo render a nearer nnnronch than ono thousand vards' distance impracticable. Suitable means for extinguishing tlio lim were not al hand, and it wns feared that tho conllagralion would spread underground in such a manner as tn ? cause an explosion. This supposition led ninny inhabitants of the immediate vicinity to ? remove to a safer distance. The quantity of naplha on livo wan estimated at four aiid a r half million cubic feet. The trees and build- : . ings within' threo miles' d...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY 4TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

DISTRICT BfJEWS. Broiiffbton Creek. ('FBOJt OUH COEItESrONDENT.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TTXvTnAV .t-'I'TT ATTflTTQ'P Before Messrs. Boxsoll and M'Intyre, Js.P. Alexander Fraser v. William Stewart. This was an action to recover the sum of £5 ns damages to a maizo crop by the tresspass of a number of pigs, tho proporty of defendant. Mr. Thompson appeared for the plaintiff, and' .Mr. Richards fw tho defence. After tho Bench hearing tho ovidonco for tho plaintiff and defen dant, thoy decided in giving a vordict for plaintiff for £2, and costs of Couit. Aloxundor Frusor v. Jninos Stewart. This was an action to recovor tho sum ot £5 10.s ns damago to a maizo crop by tho trospross of fivo hoad of cattlo, dofondant's proportr. Thoir Worships decided in dismissing tho case as it had boon hoard at Nowra on a previous occasion, whoro tho plaintiff wns non-suited, ar.d tlioir Worships decided in not interfering with tho docieion of that Bonch. Mr. Thompson appoared for the plaintiff, and Mr. ...

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