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STORIES WITHOUT MORALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

-,'??.'? :.. SToiiiEB:wrrndUT:-iioii.\i.s.-' ;..'...-..':?'-.. It so happened that both ? jeorgo and James did not. wish. to attend school. ono day. JVhon: asked thoir. reasons dgamst going lo soh'ool oii that parliciilar day,- Gpoi'go promptly replied that lie wimlcd to gpiishing, but James said' that in his opinion pno'S bruin. -gains needed strength', by occasional 'rest '; that ho ' thought perlidps'lio might,, by ^vayof. ohdngcj: learn' nuitn as mUfiliiLwnv from sclmhl in tliecontom plation of nature's changeful moods, nnd that, notwithstanding an almost uncoiitrolldblo ini'-. pulse dragging hiiu.sphoolward, it .would,, no: doubt, case his achiiig head and tpnso\ ricrves to stay away for one day. 1 So George was sontto sohool, and Jamos v/ent fishing. George was an honest Iad,,but Jambs jiossossod Iho in stincts of 'a politician, and carried his point. : llioliard was'giyon ton cents by his kind aunt tapiit into i the contribution box. Now Iiichard {was^a very thoughtful lad; H...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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THE POSITION AND MOVEMENTS OF THE STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

TUU POSITION AND MOVIiMKNIA OV Tltli HT0MA01I. AcuoiiuiNO to IJi1. Iioshaft, the Professor of Anatomy at St. l'ctorsburgh, the statements current, in anatomical text Isooks regarding tho normal position of the stomach aro erro neous. He has made careful cibourvalioiis on tho point in moro than twelve hundred bodies. and has arrived at the following conclusions : Tha'stomach docs not, as is usually asserted, lio horizontally in Iho abdominal cavity, but vertically, eo that tho fiindus lounho.'i the diaphragm ; llio smaller curvature and pylorus aro, to tho right, and Iho larger curvaturu is to tho left.. Its 'position -i» iu the lett hypo chondrium, and the situation of the pylorus is in ihovcHicaUino formod by a continuation of tho right margin of tho sternum. If tho (stomach is enlarged, no ono part can bo alone 'displaced, but all parts luo. equally moved by V11U UIHIUIIVIUIX , J.11U tilXl-tll^VJIIlUlLW Ul I'llU muscular jibors of tho stomachs is such that food onlcring it is move...

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Cable Intelligence. London, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Cable luteiESH'ciice. (From the Sydney Farters.) London, Aucnst G. li'or somo timo past tho mombors of the Irish constabulary havo oxprcssod dissatisfaction at tho rate of pay allowed, on tho ground that it is not couimonsurato with tho arduous and difficult duties which thoy mo called upon to poform. Several complaints havo boon addressed to head quailois, aud tho constablos now threaten to striko uuloss their grievances are ledressed. Tho members of tho Irish constabulnr3' dis trust the official assurances to tho eifectthat their grievances will bo strictly inquired inlo, and while protesting their loyalty to tho Grown, thoy threaten to rosign unlcs immediate monsuios bo taken to afford them redross. Tho Inspector-General of Police has proceodod to Limonclc , arid Cork, in both , of which citios ho; harangued iho constabulary, with a view to con ciliate tho mon, but his efforts in this direction wore fruitless. 'Xho Hon. James llussollLowel, United States Minister at tho Court of ...

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My Harp's Humble Offering to Henry Kendall. WHO DIED 1ST AUGUST, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

my Harp's Humble Offering; to Henry Kendall. TVuo Died 1st AuaiiBT, lfSS2. A M.AismvE volco (toes forth to-dtiy, Where bDiuitooiia ilrcnm-.ipot» gem tlio mill, Whoro robes of slieon in lovca nmiy, Awiiit thy comiiiB— fond niiluro's dilld. Whoro fnlry ginto with sunlit Rlratnfl, Dotli tempt Meat angcla Unto iii rrat -, And iniiHio tm'uct from wnrblinff struuniH, Dnlh vespor hymns o'or evo's calm breimt. Where grand old nrnp-s yon mountain roura, O'er looltinK tho wild rcstlc.ia Kna ; All, nil thy drcum of lovo, full uliiircs Have wiitcd lony — to welcomo thco. And forest JciiiRn nil towerlnir free, ?Wlinro Mm storm dniul'H venBCUiirai roll— Awl union silveiM nminjf.i tl]-rL'io to wo Tho friend of then ilicum, thnir lovlnpr hoiiI. AIiihI O.nnvor more Mill he, Illicit ' L'miiu- of conn,' hiH lov'il Bpots sec, Tho' from hit muuUUmt 'niinbo«»» bloom, Ahnvo those; hcuimu of light and (jloom, Where I'iiiicj'h ilri'.im would tempt him slay, Mill cloven fleiiH mid llow'ry wiiy. ?Tn p.ist, li...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

WANTED, a MA 1. to Ku^fctafaiJ-Contract a barn full f flJAW5»rcol). Apply JOHN WATSON, N/wnn-'-'^ ?WhceSwri ght Wanted. i, A SPLENDID gpoi irjt for a Wheelwright at XJL Wardoll, Eyb'/ $j\ Kjvor ; constant work guaranteed. VtrfTtlwr Vvithin 23 miles. Shop andovery assistanco tivon. Apply to ERNffiST OAETEB, I Wardoll. HAVING- mado arranEOinonts with MxT HENRY BOXHALL, of Crown-stroot, Wollnngoiip;, with rugn/d to my Outstanding Accounts, I lioi'oby rJkjyoat I'aymont of samo to bo mado to him on *iyl/(rror this dato. (Signed) WjIN M'OinOADY, By his Atton/oy, Samuel M'WmNNE. Sydnoy, 11th July, 1882. IBELS1 ME1 0MAL FUND, y A CONCEPT of JTo aUudTnstrumoutal Music _Ol will ho givfm n liid of tlio abovo fund, in tho BAND HAL \ NOWRA, on FRIDAY EVENING, '5-nr UGUST, by Ladies and Goutldmen of tho I) ntrict. Admission : Ohiiirs, :/- ; Front Seats, 2/- ; Back Soats, 1/- ; / 'hildron Half-prico. Sm the SuprcBJio €-»»«?* or New South Ecoi.esiasi'i iKit Jotitsdiction. In tho Estate, Goons, Chat...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

CtoJsaatKiJ'Csa! KB8lc3Ban;*-»«ce. South Const anil West Cnmilcn Co oi»crntiv« Company (JLimitesI). Sydney ILvrkut Pbioes. Below wo give general quotations. £ s. d. £ a. d. Butter, best, peril).. 0 2 3 to 0 2 6 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 16 „ 0 2 0' Bacon, ditco ? '007 „ 008 Ditto lieavyanelrough s0 0 5 „ 0 O'O Ohoese,porlb .... 0-0 0 ,, .0 0 0 Ditto limt ana raionor u u i, „ u u u Pigs, porlb ? 0 0 ?! ,,' 0, 0 o Calves, oach ? ?:'..? 0 '8 0 ?;, ' 1 5 0' Hides, porlb ? ;V.(0 0,3 „'.'; 0 0 ' 3J Calfsluns, each...... 0- 1 -0 „ ' 0 ,1 3 Tallow, per ton ...'. 2S 0'0-.,,!.;30 '0 0 Maizo.por bushel, dull 0. o.'-0 „ ' ? 0 0-0' Wheat, jjor bushol .. 0 5 0' .,,, ? 0 5 6 13urloy, (English) .. 0 ,4, 0 ,,,''0 4 6 l)itto| (Capo) ditto .''.- 0 4, 0'. „', 0 4 6' Oats, ditto ? 0 3; Of ,;?' ',0\,4 0 Ha- (oalon) por ton., o 0 :'O ',','' 8 . 0 0 Dil'to(liic(-rno)ditto.. 5 0' 0 ,, ' 8,'O o Potatoes ditto ? 3. 10 ; 0 -„ '-. 1 '10 0 Fowls, por pair .... 0] 3s .' G .-,', -v0\4, 6 Ducks, ditto ? 0 4 . ?(!,;'...

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The Late Hon. S. D. Gordon. HIS PRIVATE CHARACTER, BY THE REV. W. GRANT, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

The ILate Mon. 8. SB. -Sar-!»n. His Private Character, by the Eev. W. GitArti, M.A. Tiie Eov. William Grant. M.A., of Sboalhaven, an old and intimate friend of Mr. Gordon, preached bis fuuoral sermon in St. Andrew's Churoh, Sydnoy, on Sabbath tbo 31st ult., to a largo cougrogation. Ho took for his text, 1 Cor. xv. 55-57, nnd cln^nd as follows : — ' And now I nm briolly to rotor to tbo solomn occnsion which placos mo boro to officiate to-day. Thoro has passed from the midst of us a well-known, mom bor of society n'nii of this congrosntinn — tho Honorablo Samuel Dean Gordon.' I bnvo lieou equestod by your estoomod pastor and flic- other members of the family to nndortake tbo sorvico which I am now ondonvouring to porfonn. And although I could havo wished that a bettor qualified friend had beon selected, I romlilv agreed to pay this Inst mark of respeot to the I momory of the deceased, and from attachment I / ? to tbo family. I do not, thon, intend to givo a skotoli of bis public enreo...

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

inaif§-L!S3BJSL.aisrB3«5JS. ? At tbo Diocesan Synod on Thursday last, Mr Clarendon Stewart askod why did not the clergy who by virturo of thoir offico in tho cure of souls nro summoned as priests to holy communion at the cathedral on the opening of the synod, apponr vested as priests, in cassock nnd surplico with tho hood of their degree, instead of vostod! in rusty black gowns, felt bats, .umbrellas and carpet bags and if, us many aro, such practice is muroiy tno rcsuLC ui uusium, wumu it no& db movo decent and in order to outer in procession vested as priests instead of tlio present straggling stylo ? The president said he must declino to answer a question expessed in such improper and offensive ;terms. SnoALHAVEN Baieway Extf.n-sion.— The following petition, ns printed in tho Ulladulla Times, was addressed to tho Mayor of that dis trict by Mr. Jas. Wardon and fifteen influential residents of Ullndulln.' Tho meeting took plnco on Saturday last : — Eaihviiy Extension. To th...

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY: No. V. RESTORATION OF RANCID BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

Sfltfciilfuyc; . THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIBY: No. V. Bv It. W. EarBnsox MaoIvoii, F.I.C., F.C.S.* AUT1IO11 01? ' THE OHKMIBTUV 01' AOMCUIA'tinE.' UESTOItATION OV EANCID BUTTEK. It may bo usctiil to know the means whereby stale butter may bo greatly improved, nml oven in most cases, restored to excellent con dition. The butter is carefully melted in a water-bath, some freshly burnt mid coarsely ground nnimnl charcoal (which has been freed from dust by sifting, is lltyii added, and the melted material strained' through clean flannel. Another and less troublesome method consists in. thoroughly washing the butter first in now milk, and next in cold spring water. The objectionable fatty acute which occasion rancidity are easily dissolved by tho now milk. PACKING IiUTTKU. Tho main point to be borne ill mind by those engaged in packing butter is that air must be completely excluded from this perish able farm product. Tbo firkin or other vessel is (scalded with hot water, rinsed and cooled wit...

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Complimentary Banquet to Mr. D. L. Dymock, J.P. Abridged from "Kiama Independent," Friday, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

€oiiiiilitaeii«nry HaiMiuct to Mr. it. Ju. ISymock, «F.P. Alirtilgni from ' Kiiimn ItidcpciidMit,' IVIdiiy, Atiffurt4. A uoMi'LiMEN'TAltv banquet wns given by tho residents of Gorringong, nt tbo Oconn Viow Inn, on Wednesday ovouing lust, in recognition of tho vnlniiblo servicos nf Air. D..L. Dymook, J.P., in connection with tho South Const mid Wost Cnmdun Co-«porativo Company. Tho nccommo du-ion boing limited, tbo company wns at least 100 per cout. less than it othorwiso would hnvo boon. As it wns tboro must havo boon ono ing the principal rosidonts of tlio district and our parliamentary ropresontativo, Dr. Tarrnnt. ? Mr. Aloxandor Campboll occupiod tho chair, having tho guost of tho evening on bis right nnd Dr. Tarrant on bis loft, and Mr. G. J. llindinnrsb wnntbo vico-clinirmnn. Mr, A. Campboll proposod tho tonst of tbo ovoning, 'Honlthaud continued prosperity to our guest, D. L. Dyniock, Esq.,' which was drunk with niusicnl Iionours. Mr. Dymock on rising wns l-ecoivod with pro lo...

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

' AMERICAN BRIGANDS. - ' -; Tun James brothers were tho product of frou- :. ? tioi civilisation heated lo white heat .by the . . civil war. Thoy wore the sons of a godly . cleigymnn ; but their mother, n large hand- : some womnn, six feet high, nnd of massive franio, would seem to havo been of a Lady Macbeth type, with no other ambition, how- ? , over, than to nurture hi her sons a reckless, biavo, murderous, lawless disposition. Thoy bocinl education, loved tho woods, and hunt ing, were fond of horses and fcata of horse manship. What Yyhtic good influcilcc their father might have exerted wns ended by liis abandoning his wifo, whoso life, conduot and treatment of himself woro more than'he could ? enduro. Whon the war broke out in Missouri — chiefly a guerrilla war — the oldest son, Frank, wab barely 20 years of ago; tho youngest only 11 Tho first joined Quantroll's guerrillas ; the youngest was kept at homo by his youth .Xulnoss. Tho conflict iu Missouri betwoon Confederates and 'Un...

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Dr. Tarrant, M.L.A., at Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

???.j-;©Pi';-Tarjra'^ Tub Echo's corrqspondent:writi*hjr;.frbm Kinrrid on .yPri(lay:':]n'sti ''yft^A ?..'?I'S9' ,r.°T'TGspntative; rrinetingbf electors took plnco'at the Tpmpernnco ?.Hall'liist'.qydinnjr, '.'in hearlDri.Tnrrant^ivo an: account of. bis :stdwardsbip;\v^ .session of Pnrlinmont;: ;Tlie obair was ^occupied by the' : Mnyor, , Mr. * Jamos policy ..' -y 'About 200 oioctors woro , present. ? ! In -a clear, 'forcible' (Kiaress, occnpyins : nearly, nn nnur ann a-nalt, Dr. Tnrrnnt/oxplriiuediithb :cpurso pursued by him in roforenco to tbe;principnl questions sub mitted to Parliament, amongst which woro Mr; Tbbco's motion for the ...abolition of, school fees ; Mr. Abisnil's. for, aFriendly.: Societies Commisy sion ; Mr.- Beid's Width' of. Streets nnd Lanes Bill , : tbo Licensiii k Act, and The Pasturage i and Stock Protection ?Aot:-'..*.''jn reference to wbarfugp rntos ? aiid : oxpnrt :'-Iyies at tbo Ports of Wollbn gbng and Kiaina, Di'.Tarrnnt said the Gbvorn niont bad .yielded...

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Science. A COMMERCIAL VIEW OF LIFE AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

-?. '.?/?;;' Science, v ';ts^Mu a coaiaiunciAi. view 'or iwv. and death.':.* ' Tins London Similar*/ 'Record quotes' ii recent writer on vital statistics who calculates that of ton children l)ornin Norway a littlo over suvoii reach their twentieth year; that iu England. and the United Slates of America somewhat loss than b'bvoii reach Hint stngo; that in Franca, only five -reach it, nnd in Ireland less tlinii live Ho tolls iis that in Norway, out of 10,000 born, ratliornioro .limn one out of threes reaches tUo ago of sovonty; in KuKliuwl one out of four; in tho United Stiitcs, if ljuth soxes 1)0 computed1, loss tlinii oho oat of four ; in Franco leas than one out of oight, mid iu Ireland loss mini unu uuloi eleven, iuiu no auus mis signi ficant computation, based on wlint may' bo called tlio coinuiorcinl view of tho vllnl question. In producing dead machinery tho cost of all that is broken in the mailing is charged to tho cost of that which is completed. If wo estimated by this same...

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SMALL VERSUS LARGE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

SMALL VERSUS LAEC4E FARMS. BY OLD COLONIST. It is curious to note how different arc tho ideas regarding the most 'suitable size for paying farms in the different colonies; and, ut tho same lime how very similar is tho earth hunger and desire for large farms in all. In tho coast districts of Now South Wales and v Queensland, and in Victoria also to some extent, a 100-acre farm is considered tolerable. In tho Northern districts of Now South Wales corn or maize is the staple crop grown. But corn is giving place to sugar cauo, a crop, tho cultivation and harvesting of which occupies much tho same amount of labor and time as corn. A man with a family farming 50 acres of such crops has enough to do, and more than enough unlesss ho has considor _,... able working capital availablo in the form of good working horses, fenced in paddocks, suitable ploughs, harrows and other imple ments, with barns, stables and other accom modation to match. There are thousands of such farmers in the districts...

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household. A MAN'S CHOICE. THE MISTAKE IN BUYING A BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

; 'Ibousebolb. ' ? ? :: & : v ?;'?' , A MAN'S CHOICE. : -V^;.^ lilE MISTAKE IN 11UXIK0 A HONNKT. ? -. !? '?'.{ ':'i .'.'. Now, whoever, saw an old-gold rose!' sho; cried, appealing to tlio mirror,-.' or black: as- ters, or -brown lilies'of the valley, or pea-green chrysanthemums ? It's just liko a man! Not the least idou-of taste 1 And thoy'll put any thing on to-liim. Probably some old : things they had loft over -from last year, and: then stuck them together on a child's hat and told Jack it was tho latest stylo! And ho believed them, the ninny I It's just liko him I Well, ho mawi-earit. if ho wants to: Ifiha'n'tl' Jack arrived at this juncture, his face brain ing liko a bran-new tin pan in noonday sun shine, Seeing tho millinery in the hands of his helpmate, ho exclaimed gleefully : ' So you've got it, Mary I A little surprise, you know. It's a stunner, ain't it 1' ' I should say it was, Mr. Jaok.' It was the tone of those words rather than their intrinsic intelligence th...

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Nature. A PHOSPHORESCENT CORAL AND OTHER MARINE PHQS-ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 10 August 1882

mature. '' A PHOSPHORESCENT . COII AL AND OTHER -MARINE PHQS^ANIMALS. BY 0. I\ IIOLDEII. The appearance of phosphorescent- light among corals is of extremely rare occurrence, and' during a long residence in the coral country, and of continued observation, tho phenomenon was only observed once, and that in the genius Curynphilla. The speci men was first seen from the boat in about thirty feet of water, and brought up by diving, by the writer, and immediately placed in a jar of water, and finally transferred to an aquarium that had been built so that tho tide rose and fell in it. Hero the beautiful specimen was lodged, so that every movement of the animal could bo observed. It had five branches, each one forming a coll showing beautiful radiating plates, striated externally, and collected into a solid conical polyparium fixed at the base. The appearance of the animal when ex tended, though extremely attractive, did nol come uu to tho one described by Professor Johnson, of London. 'Whe...

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THE SELFISH OYSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

THE SELFISH OYSTER. Thoro onco was a selfish old Oyster, ? Who lived liko a monk in a clointcr, Safely housed in his shell, Liko a monk in his coll, Though tho bivalve's apartment was moisler. Anchored tight in tho mud' of Iho bay This lazy 'old party did stay, Vory far from his homo ; For oxertion, ho though, did not pay. And yon will bo wondering, I think What ho did for his victuals and drink. Well, tho Oyster was sly, And whon young crabs camo by, Ho would catch thorn as quiok as a wink. Thon to him the poor orabs had to stay, Till in timo thoy had molted away. So tho Oyster got fatter, And tho crabs — but no matter — For orabs havo no souls, pooplo say. 'And oho I' said tho Oyster, said ho ; ?? ' What a lucky old party I be I : .- '..':. Liko a King in his prido I wait hero, and Iho tido .' Every day brings my living to mo.' ♦ . , But there came a grim Star-fish that Bpiedt Our friond lying flat on his side : For the greedy old Binner ^ Had just had his dinner And now could not...

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Miscellaneous. THE ASSIMILTION OF FAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

fflMscellaneoue. the assisiiliion of fat. Most phyrtological text books teach that the fat of tho body is not derived directly from the fat of the food. But .from statistical analysis Hoffmann has arrived at tho conclu sion that tho formed fat of the animal body arises not only from hcterologous elements of tho food, but also in part at least from in gested fat. Badzeojewsky concludes that the special destination ot tins fat is tho intramus cular adipose tissue Asories of investigations, undertaken by Lebedeff in tho clinical depart ment of the pathological laboratory at Berlin, leads him also to tho conclusion that tho in gested fat is deposited unchanged in tho fatty tissue of tho body. Two dogs wore kept ? fast ing for a month, losmg in tho timo about forty per cent of thoir weight. Provious ex periments have shown that, under these cir cumstances, all tho fat of the body disappears Tho dofffl worn thnn ffld nn fcliA dint, wliinhnnn Bisted of largo quantities of fat foreign to th...

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Sketches. THE TRANSFERRED GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Sftetcbej*. THE TEANSFEEEED GHOST. The country residence of Mr. John Hinckman was a delightful place to me, for many reasons. It was the abode of a genial, though somewhat impulsive, hospitality. It had broad, smooth shaven lawns and towering oaks and elms ; there were bosky shades at several points, and riot' far from the house there was a little rill ' spanned by a rustio bridge with tho bark on ; mere were iruits ana nowers,. pleasant people, chess, billiards, ridoB, walks, and fishing. Thesowere great attractions, but none of them, nor all of them together, would have been sufficient to hold mo to tho placo very long. I had been invited for the trout season, but should, probably have finished my visit early in the summer had it not been that upon fair days,- when the grass was dry, and thesun was riot too hot, and there was but little wind, there strolled beneath tho lofty ehns, or passed lightly through tho bosky shades, tho form of my Madeline. j This lady was not, in vory tru...

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STATION, FARM & GARDEN. THE CATTLE TRADE OF THE FUTURE. AN OPENING FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

STATION, FARM.& GARDEN., ?? 'EX AN OLD.' COLONIST. . ? ' : ? ? '-£?; THE CATTLE TItADE OF THEFUTUEE. .?.i-::£v'v ' ' -- '? '???'? ? ' ?? ? ' ? ?? V ?: ? .i'~,.';V. ... ' 'AN OPENING FOB FARMERS.1 ;.: '?': From what has to bo said regarding the trade ?..,?' Jin, Australian meat, as it is, and as the pro.s '':.:)'. peots aro, it will not be understood that wo are . ..'-?;? opposed to that trade. . Our desire is to see it , V. flourish, and for that very reason tho defects ,'.; ?:': of our present meat suply aro pointed out '. . unflinchingly. To some it may seem like .:V blank heresy to 'assort that the average meat -.'-?'of 'Australia is riot' first-class. But-othors )': ... ' ltnow better, and arc quite aware of tho fact '.'. tlinfc. in nnniTUivip.rin vHf.h firRfc.nlnss innnl oa 'the artiole is ? seen in London- markets, what ?-.. is usually sold in tho colonies is very far from 'being up to the mark. We say the moat ? generally sold, because there aro exceptions. ; ;On stat...

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