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The Progress of the Panama C[?]n[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

[?] In the consular lepoitVust issued on the commoice and navigation of Panama there are some interesting facts with mfoience to the constiuction of tho gieit canal Tho Consul says — 'In spito of tho many diffi culties encountered from working in an unhealthy climate, fai fiom a base of sup iVIina iitic7 ^i*v wrrtfl}fs fiiRhnnh Tlv mm! frnT» tho hond offico at Pans, much valuablo and necossiuy work vtas done At Colon a wooden hospiiakVAhlbeds for 200 peisons, is on tho point o\ completion, and a wliaif as also in proce'p of construction foi tho company at Gatun, which will latei be a contio depot, 13 houses havo beon con stiucted, con'isting of a hospital, cantpon, ,workshop, and dwelling placos Construc tion and excavating, on a very small scale, houo\er, havi}\aj&o .commenced nt Emppi.* doi In PaiTtiura a injw hospital is bomg built to supplement one already m uso m connection with; a chanty hospital Tho groat woik of tho conpany, howovei, his beon vof a nituio invisible t...

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TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

?.-''??? '?'??'???'' ;-- ?'':-'f»rj3A.'- ??:'v~.'''. -' .'^: '.'?.'??? :\'':. One. of the most vitluabld and exhaustive coii-' .tributipns to ' tea-Ktordturo which- we rombmf: boi' to have soon, says thoLondbri Grocer', is that ;' just published in tho form of a cy'elopodiai by Messrs W. B. 'Wliittingh'am, Gracechurqh-. street, E.G. It consists mainly- of compila-' tion's' from -the Indian Ted Gazelle, a publif cation in Caloutta that lias for a number of years been oxclus ivoly devoted to the eou relating to tea in ? India; f i'pni the timo of its earliest introduction there -.?clown to tho latest periods of its importation here.;' The cultivation :'o£. tlio plant ih.tho difrorent';diB-.: trictsand provinces, tho sbldctioii bf-sdils arid. riidnurcs, and. buildings for its manufacture, etc., aro all ably treated in Ibis work; 'and as it 'deals thoroughljr. with''tho;s.pioutilic',! atat-; 'istieal, and ''domestic hranchosbE the BMbieot,: 'it is a manual of irifdrmatipn arid 'instruct...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

POLICE COTJET. William Blake appoared beforo the Court, on bail, charged with behaving in an indecent manner at Broughton Crook, on tho 12th July last, pleaded guilty, and fined 5s or 12 hours in cells. Tho samo offender was further charged with riotous conduct in tbo Police Station, for which ho was fined 10s or 24 hours in tho lock-up, and also for destroying a night tub, tho proporty of tho Now South Wales Government, for which ho was adjudged to pay tbo sum of 12s. Fines paid.

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The Natural Productions of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

[?] Wl extiatt the following^ aiticle fiom the Maynumboi,of the Coinmei cml OuzotU, tho oigau of tho Trade Piotoctiou Society ot Now South Wales We drow attutttion a couple ot weeks ago to tho subject ot the fiald toi capital and onteipuso which is ^o bo found withe naannfactuio of gum iiom tho ' gras.b tree,' and now piebeut infoimatioii iiom uuomor souico on me samo suujetc — Few peisons in tho bush are led to mves tig.ato the natuie ol tho globing \ogotation aiound them As thoy tiavel by, oveij thing is majestically calm and still save tho whistling of tho bree/o oi ci adding ot tho blanches beneath, yet millions upon millions or Natuio's forco-pumpb aio activ uly at woik building up by miuattS paiticlos of uuittoi thoso monsteis which occasionally attiaut the attontion. of the woailed uoiseman ivho ponders ovoi the scene with solemn aw o, loavmg all matteis which loquue moio than a casual obsoi vntion to othois of a scientific turn, lestiug quite content to laboui on at such occ...

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Manning River. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

MtiuiiitJK Eliver. [FROM A COKUESI'ONDENT.] PlttfSEXTATIOX. Ox Saturday afternoon last tho pleasing cere mony of presenting E. A. Warden, Esq., Manager of tho Commercial Bank, Tare9, with an illuminated address and valuable gold watch and chain (on tbo eve of that gentleman's de pnvturo from the district) took place in Mr. S. Plummer't) Auction Booms, Victoria-street, Taroe. Between twenty and thirty gentlemen wore present, ana ii. vv. X'latt, .usq., was unanimously voted to tho chair, G. S, Hill, Ksq., occupying the vice-chair. Tho chairman after thanking tho gentlemen present for the honour they had conferred upon him in asking him to preside, said that it gave him moro than ordinary pleasure to havo tbo opportunity of bearing testimony to Mr. War den's gnod qualities, not only as ono holding the responsible position of bank manager, but also in his private capacity, as bo, (Mr. War den) bad on overy occasion beon most willing to assist and co-operato in all local movements, more ...

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An Important Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Asa KjMjpwi'taoit Case. A oasl wa6 tuod at the Disttict Comt, Moss Vale, on Tuesday, August 1, boforo his Honor Judgo M'Envlnnd,tho result of which should havo a salutary ofl'oct upon thoso porsons who tako boys and girls from tho Industrial Schools as apprentices, and feel disposod to shirk their obligations as laid down in tho articles of apprenticeship. It appoarod from tho ovidonco that a boy from tho Vornon, nnmed Wailo, was apprenticed to Mr. My Ginger, of Burrawang, for a term of five years. Upon the complotiou of his apprenticeship, ho askod his master for tho balanco of wnges duo, viz., £31, but this Mr. Fly Giiigor refused to pay, whereupon tho boy wroto to Cozmnimdor Noitousteiu, the superintendent oi tho ti immg ship, w ho, after duo euquiij, fooling piott) siuo oi tho justico of tho boy'fa ^dlaim, laid tho inattei befoi o tho Dopailmcw of Public Instruc tion. Thoroupon an action was brought, by direction of tho Hon. I\ 13.\Suttor, Minister of Public Instruction, against...

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THE ICONOCLAST AND THE CANNIBAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

?nil-: icoNocr.A8T a-'« 'run oakniual. ' ? ' An icouocbiHt onco cssnycil to conviuco a eauuibal ? ?'?'?'. - of tho folly of idolatry. 'For instance,' he said, ' - 'hero is this palm-tree' beneath which wo uro wttiug. You mi|-Ut with ono portion of it iimko a' ?''?.''.'' cluli wlicrowith to kill 1,10 : spit a haunch of 1110 on ?:? ?? i,: 11 seeond, ami, having niiisted it over a lire luiulo ? ' '.-'' with n thinl, sit iluwn lo it on n fourth that served you as 11 chair j then pick your teeth with 11 iifth ???-??; fnij'inout, (Kid praiso for your.ilolij.|itfnl meal nil '.v.: idol carveil out of a mxth. lint what would that Ueily' ? 'That is 11 fuel, though J. had never thought of it licfmv,' reiilied thu cuuuilml, ana, tearing 11 fragment from Iho nulm-lrco, ho killed the iconoclast and _ faithfully eurrlcd out his, .. -:, Moral.— Whore ignorance is blias 'tis folly to * : iiinkc wise. .-';... '?-. 280.

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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Stray States from the Metropolis. [BY AN. OCCASIONAL C0STMBUT0E.1 About noon to-day I saw a man crossing the stroot with a turkey or bie ' rooster ' ready plucked, and tbeinvinoiblo John M'Elhone afow pacos in tbo roar. At first sight it struck me iat ho wns sending it to tlio much troubled Mr. John Davios, O.M.G., and would-bo O.S.M., bud it not boon for this confoundod blundor of tho ' cat-out-of-lhobng ;' butwhou I rofiocted that M'Elhono is raking up tbo hut business, bo would hardly send him a turkoy ns a prosont just now. Mr. M'Elhono thinks thoro aro throo or four high and distinguished Mh.L.A.. who would bo tbo bottor of boing ' turnod insido out ;' or rathor socioty would be nono tho worso of know ing a littlo more about thorn. And so I think', too. Tbo last Jhillclin puts it this way : — ' M'Bonth, Garrott, Lucas, Lnckoy, Day, Taylor, Davios, and ? .' That rominds mo of a gnino I saw playod ; horoitis: ' Sovon down, who makes eight ?' Anothor soon to fill in tho blank ; an...

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South Coast Grand Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

South Coast CS-a-and IBavasseEO, The South. Coast Grand Division Sons of Temperance held its forty-third session m the Council Chamber, Shellharbour, on ? Saturday afternoon, 29th ultimo, after which a tea-meeting and concert was given in con nection with the same organisation Tho Weslevan Church was used^for tho tea. and by half-past six was wellnlldd,vmany having .to, wait for a second sitting. The spread, ?which was provided and presided ovor by a number of Shellharbour ladies, members' wives and daughters we supposo, was abundant and of most excellent quality, such , as would indeed do credit to any professional caterer. After all present had satisfied themselves thuswis,e, ah adjournment wns made to the Oouncil.. Chamber, whore ar rangements we're completedNfor the conceit But the want of a public building suoh as that for whioh the proceeds of this enteitain ment were to be devoted was perhaps never ' ; bo much felt by the residents and the visitors to that ancient village as ...

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THE OSTRICH AND THE NEGRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

? -.' .TUB OS1'I!ICII,AND'TII1J NKOItO.' ' ? '??'-' : :'J- -.} !'}J: ','- 'Iiisa waste of valor for us to do battle,', : :..-'.v said u lame ostrich to a negro who suddenly ' - eamoupon her iu Iho desert. 'Let. us cast -' i:j' ? lots to soo who shall bo considered tho victor, -^, ''--': and then go about our business.' . : '.'??? :; ?'?'. To this propostiou tho negro readily con- : v! sontod. They cast lots — the negro cast lots . ..' of stones, and the ostrich cast lots of feathers. ? :'K Then tho fomior went about his business, . i which consisted of skinning tho bird. ?.-:'?' Moral: There 'is nothing lik'o the arbitra ment of ehiineo. That form of it known as '?: rile-bi-joorie is, perhaps, as good as any. '

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THE MAN AND THE GOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

'-, vvv,!-'^'/ 1'iiii iv-i{AW-,i'iiu 'aodhi^ij'^'iMs^lii^'-'l' A|3iAH was plucking ?,a';Hvo'.gbo.so:;when his - v. : violirii;addrcssbd;hhiv;thua i: '.'?-..:';-ly.; '£-:-y,:'S~2 OA ?: -';')L- :.''. ','-? '.-'?.Suppbso'-'-ybuAvarb'.'d ^^gopBd.v.do'iydu-.tliink?-' ^'':... v.-;' :ypu: would relish- this; sort bf-tliirigVV,'---^'.^^?; ::-m-:-}'#£& ? ?.'i\ydl'_Bunpb'sol-.wero,'';n'n'swc!redHh'o':m 'Ulo 'you think; you would 'liko to pluckirib ?!'; ,-i/'.^, :'(-C . ; 'Indebd;; I ;would,''. 'was ?? the .-. oriiplidtio,! ' VJ,' '?*?' rP t natural, but injudicious roply. :;- - ?-'???;?/-. '?':?'; v^v-^&ftivivSV;- .''Just-: so,' .boupluded - hor r.lormoritor;-.-1-, ??;'.;--?'- ;' that's the way I fool about tho matter.' ;.v'- . ,'. ????.';;;'?'

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THE OWL, THE COCK AND THE WEAZEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

? ':??: .i'Hii OWL, Till! COCK AND 'i'i(J5'WiiA'iKr.:'''?&J:' j-. ? - ? . '.' Awi?ul ;; durk-—isii't'; it ?-''.suid?ari'- ,biyl ,? brio ; ??.'' . night, looking in upon the roostiiig hens iri;a .' ;= i. :poullry;houso.- e^:I)bn't;seb hp^I arii- to fiiid*v;;?;V;;iv .- { aiiy.way.back.tb;my!hollbw treb^SV^Sft^v-^iv;' -/: r ':. ?'?: :''Tliero'B;no';neces|sity,VsrppliedXhp\cbck;:lv4 '??'?'' '.' ?!.'you:ca'n:.roost theroialpng-siclo.tho'filoora'nclvS:.':'.' : .(jo,libmo;in'tlio'nioi:niiigi' ^?.Ov;5:/iitf'.- ^iffSylr-if' ?''',??'? ??? !' Thariks,':;Baid: thtbSvr chucldinK at Vtiib ?????.:''' .fpors.siu!X)licity.:.and,\having ^plenty :of ;.linie'' ?;.:: to. :indulge;his:'facetiqus^iuniorj'^ ;installdU,.himsolf':Upo*n.i -Hid Vpqr^;:.iri'clicft'i63iS-.;-'.-:-'V':v'' 1 arid-'. shutting his :; oyos.-Vcbii nlerfeited.-a'pro-:!.1:---?!.: ; fourid,slumber.':;;;Ho;vyas.aroused;/Bdbii- after '.,:'?-':. ;. '.by .'a sliarp' constriction :pf ^hoV throat. -? ,:' :^ '.yi-::-.\.\-';-\. ????;-'^r,...

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

83- Meetlaga to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra August 17, 1882, at 7 p.m. T* Wnr Subscribers. OtTBSOBIBEES to this journal not receiving JO their paper regularly, -will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at tho offico of this paper. THE ' .Published every Thursday morning. THITBSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1882.

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

Ellawarrn. *tpatni Navigation i Company. TIM] 3 TABLE From Sydney. (E^ '^'^f ^'^ Prom Gieonwoll ( Monday, 7 am , Tlmisday, * ? Point I S a m FADES Cabin, 20s; Xtrturu (CuEtiit), S«ij «4 E MANNING, Manager. English 8coUK-5a inn] AHStrnliiui rjnnE itusiness of this bank \»n. foi tho .11 fuluio bo conducted in Iho NJ-'W PRE ld ISES ill Kinghoi n-bti col lie vt Iho Pi eahytermn ohurch. EOBT. FINLAYSON Managor. Nowra, 12th Januaiy, 1881. :r. langlsy, ! acj-.iiv!s:xssiO3sr PRODUCE AGENT, TASM.tNIANJA.HL § FltZTITDJSPOT, 92 Sussrx-siJirLi?, Y D N 13 Y . fiaii, Thoitie and Meillcjohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX SIBEET, Botrncon EJ/ig and MaiLol Streets, fsrvxuy HAWKEN AIB VANCE7 Commission Agents, 10J, feUSSLX felllLI T, SYJ)NKY. ~~ ELLIS & COfflPMT, AILAVAY AUCTION PBODUCB DEPOT, 70.S, Geoige-btreet, Po ith Rydnoy ______ Cattle, fsljeep, nitd Morse fainle'jnacra. PrmdufC Aiielioneci -- uiid Ascsah, for the Sale of Lno Stock, I'unn and Dauy Produce, Wool, Sheepskins, Tiillow, Hides, ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

[?] ; Spoets at Boolong.— The attontion of readers is directed to the announcement in tho present issue that horse and footracing, etc, will take place at Boolong noxt Tuesday. :': Huxley v. Kuvucy.— Eoaders will remem ber, that in our issue of the 27th ultimo, we published a report of the proceedings in the case «auaiwj Tt 4XU1UUY ) iui ULl~Q(l~*JM. UUOVJVJ11ULL1I£ AlVlii hired service. Huxley was not satisfied with the dismissal of the dase, or with haying iS10 or £12 of expenses, needlessly thrust on an honest industrious tradesman ; and last weokhadKaluoy summoned to re-appear for perjury. We learned by telegram as wo went to press that the case was again dismissed. We consider the case one of unusual importance as affecting the liberty of the subject; and one demanding public sympathy with the cruelly persecuted man Kalucy, and shall discuss several phrases of the case in our next issue. At th9 Court of Bequests held at Nowra, on Tuesday last, before their Worships Messrs. Jame...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Mpeclal Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROU OUR COBBESPONDENT.] SIDNEY. Wednesday, 2 p.m. Two more pauper selectors — John Thom , son, aged 67, and Henry Collier, aged 77 — discbarged from the Liverpool Asylum on March 29, made two conditional purchases next day at the police distrct of Dubbo, on Pentagon run, leased by the Bank of Now South. Wales. The men were to proceed to Cannonbar where they were promised elothincr. food. etc.. and if thev did anv work they were to be paid for it. Kettledrum and Lord Lisgar are scratched '. for the Hawkesbury Handicap; and Lord Xoftue for all engagements at Hawkesbury. The sympathy meeting to Mr. John Davies, last night, was a hole-and-corner -affair, and was attended only by a few private friends, who suggested a dinner as being tho most acceptable way of testifying , their appreciation of Mr. Davies. 5.30 p.m. A man named Collins has been sent to gaol for throe months for unlawfully detain ' ing £84, tha property of the Acorn Druids ? Lodge, Parr...

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Miscellaneous. AN OLD, OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

:mr]l:Wi0cUmcm^:0^S\ '? -,'?' -?'.-?.?.''- -'/'Ajt OLD: OLD SIOllY. : - '? ;??'.'. '?-.. ??:? O-o-M:ii 'in1'};.* AYoll I doeliiro, ) strangor, you: . gdyd ind (luito a turn I;;J— I-^wuskimlof ex-' pecliu1 soiiiebpdyi: and for halfa.miiiuto;! ?thought nielibe as .'twas hcr,l)ut Bho'd lidvor stop to. knock; want a: bild and a sup and' a. night's lodging ? :AVhy:oI coiirsp ; .sit .down, Ao:' If-^a-^most forgotto ask you, I wiis that frustrated.' .; Tour soul 1- How lired and .worn-', out you -look;! I eari rnako you comlloi'tablo for : the iiiight .and . givd : you d '{good hioal of ?; ? victuals and a shako down. oil the floor, but: I wouldj h-a-r-d-1-y like to .put you ;in Lizzie's roohi^-shd iwas^thatijpa'rtioular,.:,' and your ? elpthcs J' are ' ; so ? wet ^aiid '. drabbled. : {Why, : womdii,'-. what, niakes;- you, sliako-so^dguo;? Noyer heard toll of any in these parts. .. Guess ''youniust'havobrpughtJtJwitli-ypiUv.r.Ayell, ti': :go6d.iJght'flArea^ aiid you can'lip: right hqrd.by:...

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HENRY KENDALL. DIED AUGUST 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

1 '. ? H E N B Y K E N D A L L. - : Died August 1. 1882 ;? ..Only a poor frail singer dead, V v. ., .A sad, strango spirit gone, ? ''Shall sigh be sighed, or tear bo shed, ? : ? . . That no is Qod-ward drawn ? '??: His was no bird song carolled out, -//?' No love song clear and high ; 'He never raised ono joKjus shout ; Beneath a summor's^sky. ; He sang of sorrow and rogrot, Of passion and despair ; ; As one who noyor could forgot, :: A dawn that promised fair; -As one on whom a hand was laid, To whom a harp v\ as given, And in whoso oar an angel said, Sing out tho songs of heaven ! : As ono on whom a shadow fell - Boforo tho promised day, - And from whoso hand afiond'ot' holl, '??; Snatched harpless song aw ay ; ; i As one who through a weary lifo ;? Toiled on in bitter pain, ' And Bpent himself m ce.iioloss strife' ' 1 To grasp his song again. ' Strange visions filled him wilh affright] i *? ?. And oft with shuddering dread, ' He felt tho awful robes of light iJj' ? Qo trailing ov...

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Sketcher. THE SEIZURE OF THE CHANNEL TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

r' ^'yy^l^i^^U!;^- '? THE.SEIKUliEOl? 'T.HE OHjVNNEL'iUNNEL. It only wanted one lninuto and a half to tho timo of the starting of\tlio train wlion tlioro .was, a slid den irriiiitionoii tlio iilatforin.'aiidiilargo party of nearly two do'isbii proparcd to tako'thoir places iu tlio train. My friend regarded them with his usual steady scnitbiising. look. . .... ' '?'?- ..'? , ..-.:''. : 'Yon arotravolliug witli ratlioriUustriqus com pany, to-nigjit, Mr.'-Ariindol; 'Unless I am greatly: decoived, tlioro goes tho i'rcncli: Ambassador.' 1'lidn 'lip .walked a little fuyUi'ev on, to stonily his. VisionVnoro 'cortaiillv beneath this, electric, lislit. ' Good gracious I' ho ox'claiinod;'' this is the first Attache, ami tlio second Attacllo,: and tbo third Attache, and tlio Secretary of Legation, and most of tho members of th'6 .household: .:Thoro is a coin-, ploto ' Embassy '.f roih; Albert .Cr.nU)..,. VI wonder, if thoy have got wind 'of Ibis at our ollice.' \ V ..'.- Just then tho call 'wa...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Henry Kendall. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

/.;: ' :; iiniscBjLiiAarEpiJis. Heiii-y Kendall. With Deniehy and Gordon and Clarice, poor Henry Kendall has gono out to tlio otormtics, and left us his aonga, with thoir sadness and sweetness, and tho terribly pathotic stoiy of his life. It is not well to dwell upon tho latter. With the earth to earth and tho dust LU UllDlf, XOU Ib |JUBO 1ULU XUl^UtlUllLUOO) UUU that truer self which shono through liis works rise and shine in its own intrinsic brightness and with the enhancement of , glory that comes from adjust appicciation of the fierce heats in .which they woio wiought No man who knows song, from folly, and the spirit of living poetry from the dead drono jOf . soulless rhyme, will doubt that Kendall had;a lyre set in his soul, whoroon tho ?breath of God touched frequently, filling Kim with inspiration and beauty and lovo. It is very rare that his voice found oxpros sion for the music that thrilled his boing ? ?trouble and sorrow and sin sat on his lips and choked his utterance Y...

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