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THE PAINLESSNESS OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

THE PAINLESSNESS OF DEATH. ' PainiessIiY we come, whence we know . not— ' . '.'.'. '/''?. Painlessly we go, whither wo know not 1' From the oarliest period of human his tory doath has been considered as neces sarily accompanied by pain. So genoral is thiB belief that tho terms, 'death aeony,' 'last strugglo,' 'pangs of death,'' etc.i have beon in almost universal.uso in every age and under all conditions of society. . Nothing could bo more erroneous ; tho . truth, is, p.iin nnd doath seldom go together; — ive mean the last moments of life. Of course, death may bo preceded by woeks, or even monthe, of extreme Euffer ing, as occurs during certain incurable diseases. .?'?'??. Death itself is a physiological prooess, and, liko all other animal functions, should be painless,— Popular Science Monthly. , , j

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cable Intelligence. Adon, Nov. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

y-5»l*ie ^iitcHiHfCiice. ;?£?-. MiFrqmthc Sydney Papcra.) ''?? -? Adon; Nov. 12. ' 'Atorriblo outbreak of Oholora lias ocourrea at Mocon, The opidomio Bproad with such ioaiful rapidity t{iat tho number of donths has incroasod to a\v!.onoimous 1 ito Tho Hol- City, wlnoh was JtuJJ, of M«homeflan pilgrims is almost dosortenV i/ffioJuJgiimH havoall Ipft.., ...... ,.-;? 20,000 applunhoiiH huvo bemi lougul b\ tenantp fpr Uui coiiMidPiation of tbo IiisbLiuid Oouits ' Tii rimn\ inst-xiicuH tho louts haVo been TOiluceillBijp-thwd Iloaly and Futhoi Shoohy, who lately fiod iiom iioliind, havo boon dolncnng -siolont liuranguon at Nm\ Yoi k

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Ariscellaneous. THE "WHITE WATER" OF THE ARABIAN SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

Mwttlhttttim.r THE 'WHITE WATER' OF THE ARABIAN SEA. With roferenos to the phenomenon of what is known aB tho ' whllo water ' ol the Arabian Soa, a oorronpomlcnt writes to , Chambers' Journal as follows : — ' II tho call ol duty ot ploaHuro should at imy limo induoa any of your toadora to undortnko tho over land journoy to Iadis, thoy must nut fail to givo instructions to bo onllod Irom bod nhonld tho nooturnai puonomouoa 01 mu 'wimu water ' ooour. It h moro Ircquontly eoon in tho months of July and August, nnd is principally oonflnod to a narrow bolt to the eastward ot tho island ol Socotra, known in tho oharts ol that sea as tho Lino ol the Strongest Monsoon, and wherein tho rain oloudB, on quitting Oontral Africa on thoir passago eastward, aro apparently oonfined. Should tho moon bo abovo tbo horizon, an undisturbod night's rest may be antioipated, as iho wrltor has novor known the phonomo. non to oocur in tho proaenoe of thai orb. 11 To give tho reader somo idea of this re marka...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

TpO LET, tho PAjtDOCK knoun as th^ I 'Buck Kiln ' nmaffock, opposite Tory's premises, Nowra. Ap/lytoD. HYAM, Torrura. jOQ(\(\ TO IiEND./oivtour or fiyo w-ars, oif *OUU Moitga-jLtJe^bhuiafitAvty, at 8 per cent, per annu«/3A.nflly to Lui. T. M. RICHARDS, Sohcilcfr, Nowra' OX nnd aftoi this date, nuv CATTLE fountf TUKSTASSINfl^iAVollomia Hum will bo impounded. ^a'A- ' Uf E. S. ROWE, 18th July, 1881. ' NOTICE. MAIZBS. NOTICE; - Me. titoma^/mtIison, of Mavftoia, Shrialh,iveii,7i- a CASH purclmsr of ^Iitizo, in any quantity. 'IJIAJLSE CiKOVfrEKS. V 1)ERS0NS wibhinj- h/SHIP MAIZE to tho Co-opoiativo TXinwfaivj' for Sale, can bo fcupplicd with BAGSA)/ 'piny mS ^° JOHN MOJTAGIIAN. or W. KENNEDY, Uivectors. PhonHinvon, 2!)th Soptombor, 1881. The Siast «&ui»i'4er's Accounts. ' V AN: Eaily SETTLEMENT of, ACCOUNTS ''issued last quuitcr, and riot yot adjusted,' ib icuuodtod. ? , JOSEPH WESTON, , ; i . , Piopriotor. i Shmlhnvcii Tetcqraph ofRco, i \ ' , ' - ''' November 7th. SOUTH COAST &a...

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Sumour. THE FLY. Bill NYE GIVES THE EXPERIENCES OF A BALD-HEADED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 November 1881

eiw if wv flWV ? 0?HE FLY. SILL NYE GIVES TJIB EXPKRIBNOBS OP A ' nALD-HBADED MAN. MpoH haa been said of the fly of tho period, but; few write about him who'aro bald-headed. Henoe wo say a jjword. It is of no uso any more, to denv tha horrible troth. Although, as beautiful aB-a peri in other ways, our tresses on top have sucouinbod to the inclemency of the weather, and our massive brow is slowly creeping over to wards tho baok of our neck. Nature makes ' all things even. If a man be poBsessedof such ravishing beauty nnd such winning ways that his power might become dangerouB, she makes him bald-headed. That is our fix. When we have our bat on and go ohasse ing down tho street with that camel glidd oE ours, everyone ivskB who that noble looking Apollo with, the deop and niolan oholy eye is; but when wo are at tho office with our hat hung up on the French walnut side-board, and the sun oomes softly in through the rosewood Bhuttors and lights up tho shellac polish on our intellectual d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]rabeller. HADDON HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

tofcelte^ HADDON HALL. The following description of an old English mansion, beloved of poets and painters, and not without its charms to we of the outec world, ib from a charming little. book, entitled 'In the Derbyshire Highlands.' The author is Mr. Edward Bradbury. 'It is an October afternoon, and the autumn time ia, perhaps, the best ot all periods of the year to see Haddon Hall. The colour of the woods ia no.v in harmony with tha perwive grey stpaa of the b wonial battlements. ? The foliage, no longer a uniform, monotonous green, in a study of intense tints. The tresses of the lady-birah are Bpangled with yellow. Bronzis and russets and ooppery redd are mixed up with the dirk green of the solemn yew*. The beeoh-treej gleam with rose-colour. The brilliant bead* of the mountain ash burn amid the sott brown of ripening nuts and the Bober hues oil wild berries. The woods are 6ileut. A solitary robin's' note on the terrace intensifies the stillness. Faded leaves fall at our feet with...

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Agriculture. GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

Sopite, GRASS. Gbabb may be said to be tho universal food of animals, for, although the feline, canine, and ursine speoiea do not eat it, all others do, more or less, and even those oo oasionaUy instinotivoly turn to it as medicine. Grass may also bo said to bo universal in its growth, and it is a wonder ful provision of the all creative and all wise power that, while the soft green carpet covers tho taoo of the earth on oftiry land, affording austenanoe to the ' Cattle' on a thouBand' hills', ' it is of a colour that has' the property o£ never tiring, but : rather of refreshing and cooling the eye; whioh , would grow weary and dazed by the pre dominance of an; other hue. The object ot this article is, however, soarcoly to view grass in any other form exoept as a natural produot of praotdcal advantage to mankind, and when we re . . fleot thut in colonies .having the ? varying climates of Australasia, wher) the farming and grazing interests aro so large, and where the prodnota of the...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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METEORIC STONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

METEOEIC STONES. A mbtkob which appeared in Normandy on the 26th of April, 1803, was peculiar in. many respeqtB.' It had nob the 'ball of fire' aspect so- frequently described, but rather resembled a smallrectangular cloud, the vapour of which wass'catti'redinblldirec tionBateach explosion. It was almost station ary, and must have been at a cont-iderable .evation, as it appeared to the. inhabitants of two villages — tituated more than a league distant from each other — to be immediately overhead at the same time. It was seen at Caen, ITalaise', Alencon, Verneuil, and Pont Audemer— places tar distant irora eaon other. The sound of the explosions, whioh resembled the firing of cannon and musketry, lasted,, for five or bix minutes, and was followed by a long-continued noise like the beating of many drums. Then succeeded a biasing sound, a vast pumber of stones fell to the ground. The space on whioh they fell formed an ellipse of two leagues and a hale long by one broad, the larger diam...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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"AN OLD NUISANCE." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

« AN OLD NUISANCE.!' Mind,1 I quote those throe words. Thoy are nono of mine. Only, thinking ovor three or four equally appropriate titles, I bhoao the ono 1 ubo as beiiig tbo oddest j and, I always ha* n, fancy for odd things. And now for my story. i On what my aunt (by marriage) and hor family, founded their claims tj aristocracy I noyer could discover. My undo had boon a merchant, it is true, and one of consider able prominonoo in his day, I havo been told, nnd bo bud beon his father bofore him, and his , father'B father beforo that.-. Toot his business in his most prosperous time was intimately connected with China ib impressed upon my mind (I beoaino an inmate of bis houso when I was about Bix yeara of age, in consequence o£ tha death of both.my parents within, a week of each other, leaving mo with no means of sup. port, and no other relative) by tho faot that.' every first; of June caw bright now mattings laid on our floors, to remain there until cold weather carae again, and ...

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Nobelist. PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. BY A COUNTRY ATTORNEY. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

mYNftft PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. BY A, COUNTRY ATTORNEY. '. . . ' ? '-— — ? » ? . ? CHAPTER XXVII. JjABBY, at tho iiret tasto of the wine, roooguiaed that he had made an ass of him self., ' He wandered disconsolately into the bush, a prey to various emotionB. ?' Oh 1, Holy Mother,' he groaned, stretch ing1 his arms out towards Alpha Gentauri, in the tail of tho Southern dross— ' oh ! Banbtissima virgin, what have I done to bo punished this ? way ? Who would have thought that that stupid ould baste, Obadiuh, would put divil a dlirop of whisky among all that lashins o' vinegar P Oh, wurrah ! wurrah! but I'll .be kilt ontiroly if I don't got a dhrop of something. An' to aeo them' pourin' out that nashty sour stuff and talkin' about its ' booty ? an' it's ' goo ' ; an' about its tbein' a foin 'ditty' wine. It s dhry enough it makes me- in all oonsoienco. Musha ! bnt ic's enough to make a pig sick. .What a thunderin' big. ass I've - made of meself, to.be sure. Au' I thought I had. done th...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Qrcvillts Telearum Company.) SYDNEY. Wednesday. 5 r.st. Ix tho Aasoinbly yestorday Mr. Lynch indig nantly denied tho chargo brought against him by M'Elhono of participation in Miiburn Crook swindle and was prepared to provo his denial out sidotho House, and invited M'Elhono to make tho statomont iu public, and ho would tost its truth in tho law courts. Tho Small Debts Recovery Bill passed its third reading. Tho dobnto on tho Budget Spoech was then resumed by Mr. Stuart, who was followed by fivo or six other speakers expressing various views, and tho dobato was adjourned till to-day. It is stalod that u goutlomun has arrived in Sydnoy who is agent of u company of English capatiiists, who have offered to construct a high lovol bridge from Prince-stroet to North Shore, nenr Dinds' hotol, within throo years, on condi tion that tho Government guarantee) throe and a-half por cent, interest on tho outlay. Ho. furtlior undorfcnkcs at tho ond of 21 yea...

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Poetry. IF ONLY MOTHERS KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

.-. f)gifa%. mONLY MOTHERS KNEW; Ir only mothers know, she said, How hungry ohildron aro for love, ? Above KBab'virgia littlo bod . A mothet'a lips would prove How eweet are kiaae« that aro givon Between a roBj|mouth and heaven. It, only my momma would knool, Ab your dear mother, every night Beaide her littlo girl, to feel If all the wraps are folded tight, And hold my bands, her elbow fair Between my oheeks and her soft bair. And looking in my dreaming oyes Ab if she saw some lovely thing, And Broiling in snob fond surprise On all my hopes of Jifo, thai spring Like. flo wore beneath her tender gaze, I oonld nut stray in evil-ways. rwould not wound the nentle breasb That. bold me. w»rm within itn fold; My mother's love would still be boot, However sad, or plain, or old; And, even though the world forsake, I'd love bor for her Jove's dear sake. ; —Exchangtt

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

ILWCAIj lafTJEIilil&EJlfCJB. Roman Catholic. — His Graco tho Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. Vaughan, will olBciato at St. Michael's Church, Nowra, next Sunday. We refer our roadors to tho announcement in another part of this journal as to tho services. Siioalhaven District Turf Cluu. — In our present and last issuo, is tho programme of tho Shoalhaven District Turf Club annual mooting, to be held on tho 23rd and 24th January noxt. Tho programme, though yot incomploto, is a liberal ono as regards the amount of prizes, and should create a good day's sport, in addition to giving an impetus to breeding of pure bred horses in tho district. Concert. — It is announced in our advertising columns that a concort in aid of tho boroaved and dostitute widows and orphans of tho Orkney and Shetland Islands and north-east coast of England, will bo givon at Nowra ori tho 9th, proximo. Only a fow days ago tho movement for this concert was made, and tho replies from all thoso addressed on tho subjec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

??;:.:?; NOTICE.': .. :;???? Wi5uddsire to announce to our ' subscribers that we will Next Week oommencea.new Serial Story— BELLA'S HERO ; A;S,TORX; OF, THE WELSH ; MARCHES. BySYLVANUS COBB, Jun. ? Author of the ' Ferryman's Secret.'

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Nowra. Municipal Council. TUESDAY, NOV. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

Itfovrra Municipal Council. Tuesday, Nov. 22. The abovonamod Council mot at 7.30 p.m. Present, tho Mayor,, and Aldormon Elyard, Graham, Monaghan, and Watson. Tho minutes of previous ineoting woro road and confirmed on tho motion of Aldermen Monaghan and Watson. — Tho Finance Committee's report recommend ing payment of tho undermentioned items was adopted on tho motion of Aldermen Elyard and Graham :— John Smith, refund of rates, charged in error, 10s ; Myors. refund of fine, 5s ; Sidney, £4 4s; Barrett, £3; Chidloy, £2 10s. Total, £10 9s. Tho Mayor reported having soon Mr. Rosoby on the subject of the communication of tho Paddington Council for interviewing tho Colonial Secretary through a deputation, for extra ondowmont. Mr. Rosoby had expressed his willingness to attond tho deputation, but after requosting him (the Mayor) to tolograph to Paddington Council that ho (Mr. Rosoby) would attend, he found that Mr. Rosob}' had changed his plans, and had not left the district at the timo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

Tun Stan who Vends or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfoil of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing wlint lio vouds or impoits to bo a potmcious aiticlo, desoivossummniypumsh'iionl. Bowate of'HO-cnllod tonics and diuretics rocoinihenilcd as bottor than or tho samo as Udolpho AVolfo's Schiedam Aiom.ific Schnapps, and put chases none but tho gonuino preparation. — Adv. IIor.LowAY's Oixnti:.\T .'o»d Pills.— Coughs, Intluonza. — Tho soothing propoitios of thoso modicamonts ronder -thorn woll worthy of trial in all diseases of tho lungs, in common colds, and influenza. Tho Pills tako internally and tho Ointniont ltiblicd oxtoinaliy are ovcocd ingly efficacious. AVIion influonza is opidomic this fio.'itmont is oasiost, safosfc, and surest, ilolloway's Pills and Oiulinonl puiil'v tho blood, remove all obstructions to. its lroo circulation thiough Iho lungs, loliovo tho o\ 01 got god air tubes, md londor lospnation fioo without loduc mg tho stiougth, uiilatin...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

iNISCJEJLLAlin&OKJS. The Miluuun Creek Affair.— Wo print for public information clauses 6, 7, and 8, of tho ' Act for the Prevention of Frauds by Trustees, Directors of Companies, and others in certain cases:' — '0. If any director, public officer, or manager of any body corporate or public com pany shall as much receive or possoss himself if any of tho property of such body corporate or company otherwise than in payment of a just debt or demand, and shall, with intent to defraud, omit to make a true entry thereof in tho books of accounts of such body corporate or company, or to direct such ontry to be made, ho shall be guilty of misdomoanour. 7. If any director, public officer, manager, or member of any body corporate or public company shall, with intent to defraud, destroy, mutilate, falsify, or alter any book, paper, ontry, security, or document belonging to such body corporate or company, or make or conour in making any false entry, or bo guilty of or oonour in any mater...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

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Wine Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

Wine IricenscN. In revoking its decision in tho matter of tho colonial wino clauses (says tho Echo) tho House has done no moro than everybody expected It could hardly have done less. Tho formor divi sion on tho subjoct was partly tho result of a combination on'thopart of oxtromo mon on both sides, as other divisions on clauses of tho bill have beon. Tho repeal of tho existing Act for tho sale oi colonial wiuo has on several occasions beon demanded by tho licensed victunllors on the ono band, and by tho teetotallers on tho other. Tho ono class asked for the repeal becauso tho Act interfered with thoir branch of tho drink traffic, anel the otbor because it encouraged the drink traffic generally. Tlint the publican's should opposo the provision in tho now bill is natural onough, but it is not so natural that tho toototallors should opposo it. Tlioro can bo no doubt that abuses, and very eorious ones, have grown up iu connection with tho winoshops. Tho abuse, howovor, has grown out of t...

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Sensible Wedding Presents. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

SensiibSe WesMicsg- Pi'e««JBiitfs. A wise woman ouco remarked sho gavo lady friends all, or a portion of tlio following named wodding presents : — Dust-cloths nicely mado, and of different qualities, for various articles of furniture ; brush and ivhist brooms, several *sizos, in woll-fitting cases ; a dish-cloth that will outlast twelve ordinary ones ; holders in. profusion ; Iho latest invention in floor .cloths; newest in kitchen' con venionces ; ?? sot of tablo mats; dining-table brush and pan; and lastly a littlo velvet coffeo-mat in, tho farm of a slipper run down at tho IiopI, worked with the words: — ' Do not got blip-shod.' Sho was far-seeing when, sho gave this. ITow could Iho young housekeeper tidily placo and replaco the little slipper without noticing; the motto and profiting by it ? If he.r 'black stairway beciuno cluttered, hor ^slbopiug ,rpom tiie least untidy, her pnntuy or cellar in need of airing, any small homo matter which might run on into noglect'or uncloan lin...

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