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novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

IMoveltet. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. .' ' AUTHOIlOP,'TlIATV]:riLOWrAIINESH.' bv ? ? __ / ' CHAPTER XVIII. Oinli'ii was ii moderately sized house of tlio villa order, standing in somewhat extensive grounds, and situated in the outskirts of St. Kilda. Tho Iioubo itself occupied tlio summit of a rise, and hnd thus a clonr view over the thick belt of plantation which secluded it from tho road. Entranco to the back was given by a narrow lnno, which, divorcing from this road, mado a loop round tho premises and rejoined the main thoroughfare about a quarter 01 a muo lurtlicr on. In front of the house was a broad terraco, and on this terrace I was pacing up and down n few days after our arrival, when I saw Walter coming up tho drive. Tho Count and his daughter, as it happened, f- wero both from homo, and in Walter's face, ns I told- him this, I could detect Hint con tradictory mixture of relief and disappoint ment, which most peoplo liavo experienced ?a...

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Ibels' Memorial Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

2I»els' Memorial Concert. . As notified tho concert named above was given at the Band Hall, Nowra, last Friday night, and wns, in ovory respect, successful. It will bo remombored, that but a few weeks ago, a movement wns initiatedin order to assist tho widow and orphans of tho Into Professor Ibols, and to testily to Mrs. Ibels at onco tho sympathy of the people of this district, nnd the esteem in which her Iato husband was hold in his capacity as a teacher of music. Miss Lovo grove, from tho commoncomont, took an active interest in tho undertaking, and arranged to meet somo of tho singors at rehearsals. Her efforts woro ably Rocondod by a number of goutlomon wno lormocl themselves into a committoo, with Mr. R. Finlnyson, ns Secretary ; and communication was oponod with a numbor of ladies and gentlomon, vocal and instrumental musicians. As far as circumstances permitted, there was a very liberal rospnnso tn the invitations to contribute to tho ontortnimnout in mtwtcor recitation : an...

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poetry. ESTRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

? fltoctryj. * , USTHANGKMJiNT. : Tin: jinlli from mo to jmillmllul, Uiihotliloii long, with Kins* is grown, i Mtito carpel Hint lus liogi i Hiiruul -, JJtfora tlio ruiiLo Olillviun Wlion ho goes visiting tho ilcml. Ami who nro thoy lint who forgot ? Vim, who my coming could mirmiso Km Buy hint of mo us jot Warned other earn mid other ovo», Sco llio path hlnrrcd without regret. llnl when I trnco its winillnga swoot With nniMoncd liters, lit ovory unot . 'L'lmt fools the memory in my foot, luicli gi-nsK-blmlo tiirnn forgiit-mo-iiot, Where murmuring hecis your iinnio roiicat. —James Jtimell Lowell, in Century.

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Original Correspondence. [IT is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.] Unpaid Justices. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

-&i-ig\tiial Cors'CspMDMlcHce. [It is to bo distinctly understood that wo do not identify ouiaolvos -with tho opinions of correspondents.'] Unpaid Justices. TO Til K KUITOIt OK .THE S1IOA1.MAVF.S- TEl.KOKArn. Sir, — In copying an articlo condemning tho administration of tho law by unpnid mngistratos ns likoly to load to incquulilios, you havo nddod a fow woids of your own, which tnnd 'o tho conclusion that you ngroo with tho thooiy, whilst having littlo fault to find with tho actual practice in this district. I cordially ngroo with ?you, but it unfortunately hnppons tho theory itsolf is defective IE judges, loarnod in law, wero nbovo tho frailties and prejudices of human nature, their judgments would be superior to thos'3 of tho unskilled magistracy, and would possess the merit of uniformity; but when the varnish is takon off, it is merely falliblo human nature judging criminal humnn nature, and tho result is, to say the least, odd. Mv momory furnishos mo with a fow examples...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

rHOLtOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PlLLS. — Fistulas, pilos, oxeprigtions, and strictures are speedily roliovod and ultimately removed by applj'ing this Ointment aftorformontation with warm water. Porsons suffering from thoso scourges' of tho human frumo should anost thoir progress at oneo, for it is both insidious and rapid.: Fistulas, if long allowod to go unchockod, not only woalcon tho norvous system but destroy lifo. 'Tho sooner thoso inostimnblo romodios are used the moro oortnin is succosb, yot none noed despair ; hopoloss ensos havo iikowiso; yioldod, and the suft'orer boon s:ivod a painful; (loath. '.'; In excoriations a fow applica tions of:this healing Ointment effect a euro, whilo tho Pills, conjointly with, it, are ospocially ;boriofioial in rolaxing and removing strictures, ! whatever their situation or duration.— Adv. :''? Tub Man who Yonds oi Iinports. — As many do, an. imitation i or cbuntorfoit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, kno\ving what, he vonds. or im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Q£r Meetings to foe- Held.. Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nbwra August 31, 1882, at 7 p in. ?' ' THE Sf tofluwtti f Apf I, Published every Thursday Morning. T THUBSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

IUuwnrrn. Stcum Navigation Coiiiiiany. ' TIME TABLE. From Syilnoy. [ Ev0l-P '£^°S^\t 1\ld ^P'* T?vota Oicouwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday,' Point. I ,.:8 a.m. - PARES: CnMn, 2Os; atcturn (Cal»!n), [3O»; Steerage, U2s ««1. i E. MANNING, ' Manager. ' Ahtglfsli Smoltlbii (mil Australian ' CIiai-tcrc-t™lfiiuk. - ' i- , rilllE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for'tlio J future bo conducted in Uio NEW PBE ^HSESiiir Kiiighorn-str oot uoxt tlioProsbytorian church. i ? ' KOBT. lflNIiA-YSOK. 'JMJUlRgOl'. I Nowra, I2tii January, 1881. 'eTlangleyT PRODUCE AGENT, TJSKtlNIANJAIl $? FRUIT DEPOT, ? 92 SussEX-siiim:r, Y I) N E Y . TJfbTWDTr1 WTJTTTTTJTtfYIXKr It WJiiixt 1 xxkHiiKLiiiis U Jtl si , (Laic Thome and MeiUejolm ,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Botweeu King and Mmkct Streets, SYDNEY. HAWKEN AND YANCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Stkeiu1, SYDNEY. ELHS & COMPANY, ? AILWAY AUCTION PKODUCE DEPOT, 768, George-street, South Sydney. Cattle, Sheep, and Morse Salesmen. E*j'«-«luoe Auctio...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

LOCAL IHfTEIiMOEHTCJB. w The issuo of our literary supplement is neces sarily deferred this week, but we shall give a double supplement in our next. The New Telegraph and Post office at Nowha.— Seme fow weeks ago a potitionwas ' presented by Mr. Eosoby, on behalf of the resi dents of this district praying that the room set apart for the postal vand telegraph business should be raised to tho height of the living rooms, and tho building othorwiso protected against storms by verandahs, etc. A letter was received by Mr. Groon from Mr. Boseby the other day intimating that Mr. Brown had sanctioned tho additional expenditure. Henry Kendall. — Last week we urged upon our local readers tho desirability of taking steps to assist in raising a fund for tho relief of tho ?widow and children of the Into Henry Kendall : and wo urged that a creditable and liberal response to tho appeal was due from this district, as the ono wheroin Henry Kendall was bom and inspired. We aro glad to note that our so...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY. 5.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUIl COllftESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. Thursday. 5.30 P.M. The following is tho result of tho vavious ©vonte run to-day at tho August meeting of the Hawkosbury Turf Olub :— IIUBDI.E RACE. Bnsalisk, 1 ; Niggor, 2 ; Highflyor, 8. PUBLIC AUCTION STAKES. Cedric tho First, 1 ; West County Diok, 2 ; Sporouz, 3. irJOTKESBimY GUINEAS. Hoola,l ; Jossie, 2 ; Vauoluso, 3. 1 5.30 r.M. COTTNXY FUBSE. -Hastings, 1 ; Brian Boru, 2 ; Mullatto, 3. SrAtDEN PLATE. ; Eva, 1 ; Malta, 2 ; Narnon, 3. ' ? ? ???' Saturday, 6 p.m. , The following is tho result of to-day's racing: — MARES1 PRODUCE STAKES. Hoela, 1 ; Hastings, 2 ; Eva, 3. HAWKESBURY HANDICAP. Sting, 1 ; Masquerado, 2 ; Britisher, 3. KMNOE OF WALES STA3CES. Bob Sawyer, 1; Wost County Dick, 2; Modosfcy, 3. MEMBERS' HANDICAP. Venice, 1 ; Saionara, 2 ; Malta, 3. TURF CLUB HANDICAP. Kingsworth, 1 ; Balthazar, 2 ; Hypatia 3. Wednesday, 2 p.sr. Afteb tho presentation of reply to the Governor's speech tho Assembly -was ...

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Humour. JEREMIARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Ibumouv. ? JEREMIAHH. 'Dar' am sartin folkses I want' to keep away from,' began the old man as. tho voices of the Glee Club died away on tho last strains of ' Sarah Jane's Baby.' ' I mean dat class of people who groan ober de wickedness of the world, an' who have hcartaohes and sor rows to peddle aroun' do kontry at do reg'lar market rates. Dar' am do old man Turner. He comes ober to see mo now nnd den, but he can't sot still knse somebody stole his dog, or hit him wid a bric-bat, or beat him out of seventy-five cents. He fully believes dat do world am gwine to smash at the rate of fifteen miles an hour, an' it would eanemost lull him to lose his ole wallet an' find a man ' honest 'nuff to return it. ' ' ' Do widdor Plunmoll oomoa obor to borry aomo buttor fur auppor, an' sho draps down an a cha'r an' heaves a sigh as big as a barn doah an' goes on to say dat din am a cold an' unfeolin' world. 'Cording to hor tell all men nm dishonest, all women oxtravagent, an' all ohiH'en just rea...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Parliamentary Summary. (Abridged from the Herald.) ' ' At the commencement of tho proceedings of tho Legislative Assembly on Tuesdaj', the 22nd August, thoro woro only some 51 mombors present, though in tho course of half an hour the number had increased to nearly 80. The Opposition benches wore occupied whori the Spoakor took tho chair by'Messrs. Stuart, E. B. Smith, Slattory, J. P. Abbot, and LynoJ. Subsequently these gontlemon woro joinod by.1, Messrs. Foster, Molvillo, Carter, Garvan, M'Elhone, Ferguson, O'Connor, Reid, Buchanan, and Sir Patrick Jennings. Tho business of tho House was confined principally to a discussion on tho address in reply to his Excellency's spooch. The address was moved by Mr. Sydney Smith, and seconded by Mr. Edward Q,uiu, both now mombors, representing East Macquarie, and Wentworth respectively. Mr. Stuart admitted tho importance of the moasuros enumerated, but could not regard tho spooch with unqualified satisfaction. All tho moasuros, with the excepti...

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AN ANGEL'S TOUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

? , AN ANGEL'S TOUCH. ' ?' '??' BY JOSEPHINE' I OLLAHD ' A little maid, whose looks betrnjed A sorrow far too deep for tears, , Stepped in the store, ('twas known bIic boro A burden weighty for hei jcars ) And, with the nickel in her hand, . She lingered till tho clerk was froo To wait upon her. Sho had come To purchase five cents', worth of tea Men stood not far off, by tho bar, In haste tho whiskoy-firo to quaff, The glasses clinking as they drink, As if it were the demons' laugh. ' They turned away tho scoioto pay, When one among them chanted to Iind A littlo maid asleep ; her.head Against a barrel, near .inolined I E'en while she slept, the coin sho kept Still tightly guarded— precious store — That was to buy a small supply '?' Of tea— when food was needed morcJ Her story sad the grocer's lad . Told to tho men who stood anear, And one,, ashamed, straightway exclaimed, ' Say, drunkards, all of you, look here 1 'We drink our fill of whiskey, till Our money's gone, our'senses fled,...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

TIIE BANQUET. ? Lnst night a grand banquet took plnco in tho old Exhibition Building, Prince Alfred Park, which was tastefully ornamented for tho occa sion with flags, flowers, ferns, otc, and pre sented a very gay appearance. Tho lighting ?was offocted by means of gas and the electric light. Tho fountain in tho centre of tho hall was kopt playins, and pervotl to hoighton tho general good effect of the docorations. His ' Worship the Mavor presided. On tho right \yoro Sir Henry Pnrkes. Sir O. W. Allon, Hon. Alex Campbell M.L.C., Mr. H. C. Dangar, M.Ti.A., and Hon. John Frazer, M.L.C. On the left of the chairman wore Sir John Hay, Sir John' Bobertson, Hon. J. B. Watt, M.'L.C., Hon. James Watson and Mr. E. Burdett Smith, M.'sL.A. There were also present — Hon John Lackey, Hon. E. Wisdom. Hon. F. B. Suttor, Hon. t)r. Eenwick, Hon. W. J. Poster. Hon. J. Macintosh, Hon. E. Flood, Mossrs. A. Cameron, T.,E.' Smith. J. Fullford, Trickett, John Davies, Badgory, Wilkins, O.Faueettt, Pigott, M....

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UP'ARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

ur'AUDH. ' A l-KHKY night wns coming down, ABa young man passed through a country town. In his fist ho olutohod a, tattered flag, And this 'era motto was on tho rag — ' Up'ards.' From under his old tilo'a battorcd rim His darkoyo flashed liko a taller glim. Ho looked not to left, ho looked not to right But continually- hollor'd with all his might — , ? I TTn'mviu' Thrco times through winders did ho seo Threo several families taking tea. Ho smelt tho cakes, hut novor Bworvcd, But, as ho dropped a tear, obsorvod — , 'Up'aidb.' Says a cuto old fellow, ' Young man, ucwnio ! There's a rotten old pine treu fixed up thoro. Suro'H eggrt- nro eggs it'll fall on your head.' Tho young man only winked, and said — -: ? ' ' ' Up'arda.' A nico gal hollered out, ' Stay, oh, 'stay ! ' And you may marry mo right away.' Adown his noso tho tears did flow. ' No use, young woman, I'm bound to go — ' TJp'aids.' About thnt lime tho follcrin' day ' A Shaker chanced to pass that way. When ho suddenly thought...

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A COMPETENT CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

A OOMI'KTENT CUSTOMER. ; .'.;'-.?.:.?. ' Ib the gentleman who. knows everything in ?' htammcrcd a vision of golden hair and sea blue oyes, as she stood timidly-. beside the, tho managing,' editor's desk yesterday after-, noon. ' ' ' ? '? ?? ?'??:..,-m,'-, ,. 'Eveijthing about .what?' asked; the editor, cliwing around under- his desk for his shoes and trying to hide his stocking 'feet under him. ' UDon which particular branch' do you seek information ?' ...,'?. 'I don t exactly know what to do,' pouted tho strawberry lips. 'Pa says I can only ha^o one dress, this spring, and I don't know how to make it up. I thought the gentlonian who answers questions could tell mo.' i. ; 'H'ml' muttered tho managing editor. ' Ho has gone up in Maine to find out. why goose always walk in singlo file. An ' Anxious Inquirer' wants to know. What kind of a, dress had you thought of getting ?' . ', 1 Wl That's what I want to know. J want something that will look well. with, terra clotla gloves ' . ; ..-?...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Conannea^cial UniteHia^csicc. 'So mill Coast im-! Went €asii«len Co operative Comjuiny (JLimiU'il). SYDNEY MAHKHT PllIOES. Below we civo ceuorul ciuotations. £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, per lb. . -) 1 0 to 0 2 0 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 10 „ 0 1 G Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 7,, 000 Ditto heavy andiougk 0 0 fl ,, 0 0 G Choose, per lb ? 0 0 0 ,, 0, 0 10 Pigs, ? 0 13 0 „ ii 10 0 Calves, each ? 0 o 0 „ 1 5 0 'Hidos, ? 0 8 0 „ 1 5 0 Oil fbltins, each ? 0-1 0 „, 0 1 0 Tallow, per ton .... 30 0 0 „ 'ii 0 0 Mnizo,perbushol,dull 0 3 1 „ 0 0 0 Wheat, per busbol .. 0 5 0 ,, 0 6 0'' Barley, (English) . . 0 ' i 3 „ 0 I 0 Ditto, (Capo) ditto : . 0 -1 0 „ 0 0 0 Oats ditto ? 0 3 3 „ 0 3 0 Haj (oaten) per ton.. -- 0 0 ,, 8 0 0 Dilto(lucorno)(litto.. 3 0., 0 ,, 8 0 () Potatoes ditto ? -1 10 0 „ 3 10 0 I'owls, per pair ? 0 3 (i ,, 0 4 0 Ducks, ditto/ ? 0 -1 G „ 0 5 0 Geose, ditto ? 0 5 0 „ 0 7 0 'i'urkoys, ditto ? 0 7 0 „ 0H0 Eggs, per dozon ? 0 1 2 ,, 0 1 3 Cnimnorcinl Stoics, Sussox-stiott, Sydnov, August...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Aug. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Cubic IntfuIIiKcucc. ? (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Aug, 25. iho rotnrn match betwoon tho Australian Elovon and Uio comity of Gloucestershire, Toanltod in a draw. Aug. 20. Throo thousand shipwrights, omployod at various shipbuilding works on tho Clydo, havo ?struck work. Tho Porto donios tho truth of tho reports respecting tho outbrouk of anti-Christian riots . in Syria, and declurcs that uniura thoro aro 'tranquil. Tho Archbishop of Canterbury is soriously ill iroin congestion of tho lungs. Tho Egyptian forces are utterly demoralised, ttm and aro unlikely to mako a .stand when an ™ ?ongngemont takes ])Iaco at Zu-gny.ig. It now appears that tho Porto- dosirns only to ?summon Arabi to submit to the Khedive. Tho third division of troops detailed for ?seivico m Egypt .110 mobilising a( Ahlois-hott. Russia tieoltH an otliuiul uNsiminco that Uroat liriliun will submit tho final solution of tho ?Egyptian question to tho European Powors. A party of. Arabs attacked the despatched hoa.t...

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The Premier's Return. RECEPTION IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

, The Premier's Return. RECEPTION IN SYDNEY. 8m Horny Parkos arrivodby special train from . Faulconbridgo nt 5 o'clock; on Thursday after noon. Thoro wns a largo crowd gathered in tho vicinity of tiro Ecdforn station, and among thoso present wore tlio mombors of tho Ministry, members of Parliament, and citizons. As Sir 'Henry and Miss Parkes stopped on to tho plat form they wqro received by three ringing cheers and tho shakinc of hands. Tho Promior looked uncommonly well. Tho Mayor, in his robes of office, thon led tho -way to a small dais orocted. outsido the station, and in viow of tho crowd, and road tho citizon's addross, expressing tho pleasure felt at the Premier's return, and thoir ^congratulations on tho brilliant receptions ho ?had mot with and tho good ho had dono on bobalf of tho colony at largo, -which, tho address stated, owed him a debt of gratitude. , ; Sir Henry Parkes, who was recoived with loud .and prolonged cheoring, said ho could hardly .express by words his son...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

fTHENDEUS aio lieieby nuiti'd fin Removing a Logging, and Stoning about 3 chains on tho GroonhilUiiltniid. A. Specification \n/y yb seou ul Mi. Gi eon's, from whom pirliei/afti\inv bo asm tamed. Tenders tu bo/sent to the undoi signed on ol liet'oio 12th Sontcnihaiv . ,.,.,, ,.r ., M. MAURACK, . j , - ? Council Claik. Council Chambers Nowr.i, 2 ttii August, 1«82. TMPOTJNDED at !owin,on tho 2,3id day of JL August, USN2, i' )in Gioenlnllh, by oidei of Mr. Jamos Graham , Rod mid White Steer, Wild face, branded 1 bA oft lump, 3 j--lis« ?'White- und Red Hmfi r,pio biand visible-, 3 yo.us. If not roleiisofl, vill bo sold- at this Pound at IToon on thn 14th - iv of Soptomboi, 1882. — ? B0BE17T W. CH1I LEY, Pou.idUeepor. T JPITE undorsignod vegs to notify lint ho w 11. J. ia tho cum so oC|i fow days, iusiuno thai go of tho above Perry /wit/ an oxtia PUNT at tho month of ljroupht^i -leok), which, with prompt attention and civility jo tiavolleis, bo tiu^t will bo frcquoutly used lusli public c...

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Parliamentary [?]. (Continued from Page 4.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Faa^EauBSCBBian-y SaatacBSiaa-y. f Abridged from the Ifertrfd.J (Continued horn Pngo 4.) On Wednesday tlio debate wns resumed hv Mr. M'Elhono who ridiculod tho nllegod sorvicps to the colony rf Sir Honrj1 Pnrkps porfotmod in Amoiica and England, nnd invoiglied nt somn loneth nt .the return to oflioo of Sir John Roboitson, which ho characterised as tho most degrading thing which had occmred in tho colony in connection with its Parliamen tary lovornmont, nnd as calculated to inflict Instin2; in jut v upon its host interests. llo boliovod Mr. Rosobv nnd Mr. Ptoctor had dictated to tlio Minister of Justico in relation lo appointments to licensing bonclios, and ho had no confidence in tho stnto inonts of Mr Foster to tho conti arv. Ho con stdoiod that the olovntion of Mr. Mnybury to tho office of undov-shoriff on tho nomination of Mr. Cowper wns ovring to tho iol«tionsbi[- of that gentleman to a mombor of tho Government ; and ho held that.' tlio rights' of tho House hud been tramplod upo...

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