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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Slrny ft'oics from the j?&etr»|-ulis. [llY AX OCCASIONAL CONTUniUTOn.] The talk-shop hns boon oponod onco moro, tho key having at longth boon found, Thoro is nothing liko advertising (for tho nowspnpor), nnd it is bocauso Fmieh mado a song of that koy boing lost that tho Government thought it advisablo to inform Sir Honry that there woro ?'. broakors ahead I' The opening of Parliament, ' on this auspicious ocension' (ns M'Cabo put it), was attended by many interesting otrcumstances. His Excollonsy, the pompous roprosontntivo of hor Majesty tho Quoen, in this tho protnior colony, who profors tho rnco-courso to tho TJniyersity, sot ,nn oxnmplo which it is to bo liopod the youth, who hour some grand speoohns of that dignity, fraught with good advice, will, bo blow to follow. Ho wns only twonty-fivo minutes Into, but -.punctuality is still ns adinir nblo a trait of character as ever it wan; and when wo consider tho caso in its truo bonring, how tromondous nro tho issues. Sir Hon...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "MAN FLY'S" LAST FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

TIIE ' 5IAN 1'LV'h' LAST PLIGHT. ' A riTCHKit that goes too often to the well is broken at last.' ' Professor S. J. Dare, tho Man l'ly,' was known all over tho country as a daring and graceful performer on tho tight rope. Ho was at one time with Barnum. Throe months ago ho fell while giving a per formance in California. Ho struck upon his head and remained insensible for ton days. The injury to his head resulted in permanent deafness in his left ear and a certain numb ness of his face. On Mondav ho exhibited at Flushing, Long Island. The rope was stretched nbout thirty foot from tho groui\d. The gymnast made the rope taut by twisting it with a billet of wood which he neglected to fasten, except to secure it by placing the billet against the chimney, and relying upon tho pressnro of the rope to hold it. Ho went through tho first part of his performance, and then started out blindfoMca across ths rope. During his previous acts he had, by somo moans, deranged the billet of wood which h...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Mr. Foster and the Shoalhaven Licensing Bench. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

Sir. Foster and the Shoa Hsaven Suicejisinjf Btcnclir Ix nnothor column our readers will find, extracted from tho S. M. Herald, aroportof Mr. G. H.- Roid's speech in Parliament, wherein tho hon. member for Enst Sydnoy refers to Mr. Foster's appointments to tho- local and Ullndulln, Licensing Bonch. Wo havo also oxtractccT Mr. Foster's dofonco. Tho TSvtmivj News in a lend ing articlo commenting on tho indictment against tho Government, says with roforenco to- tho chargo mado by Mr. Reid : — ?'Wo mint rcpraccntntives wlio can Hpentt nncT net for (/icrnscIvCT. attd whti iuv pivvim-il Uirtn thuiv thity tixtrnnixlmm of the publtu wcirirn by invhtfii-r flint Wie Qovemmont slmll render an nmotnt; of their stCT'anMifp, mill oxpluin awny th(y mWoiw iiTOiisytfim* Unit Imi-o 'lofu mrild iijjninijt «iom. Is it a fact thnt thorn him been lutir tnnrr— .successful intrirnc— to ohtnm i-!nra» foriniflt iimtohs -n'tlic ptihlin.scnkcol- on (he judicial I.enrii I In it truo that Sir. Itoieby am iuduco ...

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THE ROMANCE OF A MUMMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

'THE KO5IANCJ! OF A MUHSrr.. ©KB of Theophilo Gautier's novel s, with the scene laid, in Egypt; The author n jvels in all the- traditional lore of the Nile. He is a painter, choosing tho pen rather than tho pencil. An English Lord (Evanilale) and a scientist, Dr,. Eumphius, a famoiB Egyptolo. gist, act out on a tour to find an original' tomb. The subjeot is . introdna ;d in this way :— ' I have . a presentiment thi it we shall find a tomb intact in the valley o fBibonel Molook,' said a young Englishman iof haughty mien to an individual of much me. ro humblo appearance, who was engaged in mopping, with a huge blue-checked handkem 3hief j his bald head, from which the perapira tion was oozing, as though it . were- mado oi ! porous clay and filled with water liko a This ban gor goulette. ' Osiris, hear you,' said th a Gorman doctor to. the young Lord. ' This va. vocation is certaiialy pemiissiblo opposite the ancient Diso'poliii Slagria ; but we. have faile d so often — ^-the treasure-...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Black Memorial Monument. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

MBSCZraQiEjA&IEUlliJg. ? -;? ? Tlie J2!;«o3i JIBpcnwinl tilonmmeitt. Tjtb BIncb momnrinl moimmont wns nnveilbd by Mr. Robert Marks, on tho Kith inst., boforo n ianr? iwsombingo.nt t?in privato coznotryoa Jfr. T. 8. Kendall's estate. Ivinmn. Describinar tho. monument nnd inscription tho JwItpeaSmit' snys : — The jro^nnrp.x'j'. which is of mnssno and simplo design, anil cnmpnsorl of Pyrmnnt fr/*»tono, has a Irngo s-qunro bnse, with dimfnishofl surba=o nucl mouldcl plinth. Tho di«or bhnff. hns four Taisod tnblets~ono: containing Mt-8. Blnck's inscription, anothor tho )inMio ono, tho othor two ombloniR representing t)io Ch-angn Institution, nnd tho Piotostnnt Alliunco Fiiondly Society. 'Ilio cup is monlded nnd tho members with ncanthus lonvos, nnd tlio wIinTn is surmounted by a broken column of tho TJoiic order, with a tuining vino surrounding it; top of column 121 foot fi inchos high. t ' It wns dosisrned nnd o\ecnted by Mr! Joliu Simmons, of this town, and roflocts thoihighosb...

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THE TROUT FISHING LIAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

THE.TItODT tflSHEiCS LIAB.' ' 'The trout liar, ' said Captain Herbert, 'is tho gem of all fishers. Ho is tho sadaie-rook liar ; a moose among antelopes ; Hyperion to a satyr; lie is the long-tailea comet among the quiet twinklers.- All men cannot bo trout liars. The trout liar must be born with a .peculiar fitness for the task, and then he must . be eaucated to it and devote himself to treat, lies as a life-work. ' When David said in his haste, ' All men are liars,' Saul and Abinadab, Doeg and Ea monite, haa probably just roturnecl from a trout-fish abwn along tho brook in the Valley Elah, and wore telling what they had seen and what thoy had done, and David, as he listened to them murdering tho unharmed truth', naturally supposed there was no more truth left in the hearts of men in all the wide world. , '?'.,.' 'The trout liar exceeds all other liars, because the man who has dono any amount of trout fishing is, to a certain extent, a travelled man: It is his custom bo sit on the ve...

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MIXED RELATIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

MIXED MSLATIONSnir. AiouhG fellow in England was recently in vited to visit an old gentleman who had a 'mania' for pedigree or genealogy. As ho had also, an-, excellent reputation for his dinners and his Vines, the young man, stood ;a good deal of talk about his host's ancestors for the sake of the other things; but when the old gentleman took him through his picture gallery and, showing him a portrait of an old lello w painted 20U years beioro tno time of James II., and said that it was a portrait of his fatlicr-in-law ; and another of his uwtlwr-in-law, who,' at the ago of 18, fought at Edgehill in 1642 (being born in Ib21) ; and a thiroVof his nephew, who at the timo of his death was ninety-two years older than his uncle, the guest got out of that house at the earliest possible moment. He was dealing with a. 'crank.' As it turned out, howe\er, the oia gentleman was correct. For his' biother-in-law,'at the age of 78, marriea, in 1703, a young girl of 17. Her father was at that tim...

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BRIC-A-BRIC. SONG OF THE SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

BRICA-BRIC. song of tub sntiNii. ? ' ; , Dk spring-timo is on us nn' do March wind squall Do lorg-rollin' comin' an' do dend trco's fallin' ; ' , Do Inn' is dryiu' nil' do now groan's cnllin',' ' ' ' Callin' mighty strong I . ; :V Do red-head peckerwood's bcatin' an' n-driimmih'j Do butterflies swarmin' an' do bumblobeobanim iri'i . .? ' . ,'V.':-.''-.. - ?«'.;. ?:..??.? Do applo-lrees Imddin' nn' dopenbh-blossoniB com-1 , I Comin' right orlprig! ;;..;...; ...?,.. ?(.,, ...... Do breczo,kcop n-Uowin' an' do pina-trcos rockinV Do snp-suckcr peckiu'an'doyaller-hnnimerkuock-; ' . in'j-.. .?'.,..' ?..':,.;'.'. ij'rV'i^'V.V.'i'-'.i. :?:'.! Do.bull-frog's jumpin', an' do-black-birds's flock: '; : Flockiii' up.db.troo 1 ' Doii't you hear do music dnt tho spring tiino brmg Dp fid's gittin' green nh' do 'bushes keep a ring Do Bpnrro'r-hawk is sailin'1 an' Al morlan' bird : iSingin'miglityfreel i Oh I wake up, wnkoup, 'arly in do moimn', Do tiino is a-comin' for to git dnt corn in , Go, hitch...

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ECLECTIC SHORT-HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 31 August 1882

KCLEOIIO SHOOT-HANI). SnoiyrHAND is the art by which ono can writo from 1C0 to 200 words a minute. When tho operator is in good trim ho can attain a higher speoa than 200 wonls a minute. By practico ho converts himself into a maohinc, whioh absorbs a word at tho ear which is instantly transferred to paper by tho fingers. When tho stress on tho machinery is not too heavy the adept can often think of something else, wlnlo his work is boing mechanically per formed. Tho first method of doing this kind of writing was called stenography. Thin was succeeded by phonography, which reduced tho labor by rejecting tho superfluous lettering that had crept from various causes into language. Tho' eplectie system by J. Georgo Cross, M. A., invonted somo timo ago, contains tho best features of all the systems. It does not ignore tho habits acquired in long hand writing, whioh is a great point gained. The hand, boforo short-hand writing can bo under taken, has bocomo habituated to motions which shoul...

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Agriculture. THE BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

; ; agriculture. : I THE BUTTER FACTORY. By B, W.Emerson MaoIvor,F.I.C.,F.C.S.,&o. ..'.;?? AUTHOR 01' ' THE OHEMIBTRY OF AGRICULTURE.' Butter factories aro institutions o£ modern - date, and have provod so successful in America that thoir establishment throughout Australa sia is much to bo dosircd. Their principal : advantage is, that the milk produced on many farms is collected and worked up in one series of operations, thus roduoing tho cost ol labor, and vieldine butter of uniform onnlitv. Thn milk is brought to tho factory twice a day by , tho farmer in metallic cans of peculiar con 'struction, .and ho takes back in them the skim or sour milk which is divided according to tho fresh milk delivered. When tho factory is owned by a stock company, tho company employs hands to manufacture the butter, and generally appoints one of their number to superintend tho work and the division or sale of the butter (Arnold). It is sometimes tho caso.that tho factory belongs to an individ...

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Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

IRoveltet. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. : ? BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. AUIJIOIt 01' 'TIUX 1'KLLOW 1'AIIN'ESE.'. , . CHAPTER XXI. ' '. 9 ? ' Groci di' Malta I' exclaimed tho Count next morning, as ho started up from tho bicakfast-lablo with more passion than I had ov'or soon him display before. .' The basc minded. slave! Tho insulting scoundrel 1 look at that, Raymond 1' and, tossing over to mo a lottci which he hnd just finished loading, ho passed with hasty stop out of tho loom. Tho. letter was from Walter's father, and my indignation almost equalled the Count's as I road it. 'My son has uiillcn to mo,' it ran, 'for my consent to Ins marriago with your daughter. I do not know, by what low tiickeiy jou can have inveigled him into pro posing f oi 3 oui tallow faced buggago ; but I -lo know that if ho is fool enough to marry hoi ho shall nc\ei hiuo i penny from mo. Do jiol think lo make a good catch for. your daughtci hecauso j on have chosen to stick 'Count ' beloio tho infer...

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poetry. GOOD-BYE, PROUD WOULD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

llKSllf-lfi^ llv^yi^QOD-BYE, PROUD :WOBLU. ; :' '-?- \ 4*1 Bv K m ru Waldo EMKnsoN. . ,.'??/ ''.;,..? Gnod.l)j(-, jnonil world I I'm going homo ; , , Thou nit not my Iricml ; I im not Uiliio ; Too long tluoiigh «oiiy crowds I roam :— ' A incr nrk on Uiooioan brino ; .. Ton long I mil tosicd liko tho clriven forim | 33ut, non, in oml ttorld, I'm going homo ! ?? \ .! ?' ' Good l»vo tn I'lnttni-v's fawnino fnro. ' ' ' To Grnndoiir wllli his wino grimnco ; TonintmtWpnUh'Hntcrteilovo, ? To mipplo Oflko, Ion mid high ; ... - To crowdwl IirIIh, lo court niid street, ? To frozon hnnrtn nnd hn.itiii{; fcut; ? V: To thoso who go nml llioso who coino, .?..,-. Good-byo, prowl world, I'm going homo. ' I go lo scclt nrt on u hfirth-ntonq, ,; . . ? Ilosomcd nijon gicon hills nlono';' ',.'-., A nocrot lodgo in a plonvnnt lnnd, .' ;';! * WhoiORiotLitiiofinlK fiiiricn-pliumcd, ::-'.\. When niriimgioui tlio livalnhg day ? '!.''.? Bchotlioblncldmd'sioimdelny, ? ' ? Anil aril men linvo nover trail A sjm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Hom,oway'r Oistmeut asd Pills.— ?Cough',, Influenza.— Tho soothing propoitiosof thoso mod icam en ts render thorn woll woi thy of trial in all diseases o( tho lungs, in common colds, ami influenza. Tho Pills take internally and tho Ointmoul rubbed oxtnrnally aro exceed ingly ofncieioii'. Whon iafluonza is opidonnic this tioatment is oasiest Fitl'ost, arid sninst. llollowiv's Pills anil Ointinont purify thoblnnd, lemnyo all obstruct ions to-, its* freo oiiculation tbiou^h tho lung'-, rolio\ o ^tlie ovorgirced air tubes, and lonfler rospiinlioti free without roilnc iuc; tho «tienprHi. irritntin-- tho 'icivos, or do piossinu: tho spirits, finch aro the tenily msins of, saving «iifl'oiing whon affiiotod with oolds, coughs, bronchitis, and other complaints by which so many aro soriouslv nnd ponnnnently aflliotod in moat cnuntrios. — Any. XT^ASTE PAPER at 3d per lb. may bs V i obtained at tho offico ot this papor. T-ROCTAMJCB 01? LESSONS, precisoly BI similar to Council's spaoimon form, o...

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Cable Intelligence. THE WAR WITH EGYPT. London, Aug. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

° t!albSc SaBieSEEeeisiC!!;. .-?' .'(From the Sydney -lJa»i.ra.) ? THE WAB. WITH EGYPT. London, Aug. 29. , Sir Garnet Wolsoloy has sent a despatch to the Govoinmont confhining tho nowsr of a serious ongagomont having boon iought on Mon day night, resulting in 'the dete'at oi enemy. - -It appears that Ar.ibi was advancing -with a largo foice consisting of oight battalions nhd;12 guns usraiiist tho Bnlisli nobitiou at Kas^ai oin Lock. The tioopss at Sir Garnet's, disposal of three battalions, half, supported by a, few, cavahy. They i had also five guns.y Tho British force sustained repeated ussualts from [Arabi's troops tor several hours, , and finally latt'ackod ; tho onomy in front, tho cavalrjj^iking^ thorn in tho ilunk. The lattor comtiiitte'd giea't havoc among tho ranks, sabring luge nu'uibors.' , During tho ougageuiont^ Aiubi himself. , wa'J; piosont and poiaoually oominaiulod tho troops''),il''inally tho eueiny withdiew with their gnus., Dunng^tho uisht,' howovor, thov cantuie...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

TnE Annual General Meeting of members of the Agricultural and Horticultural Association of SUoalhaven will take place lit Terrara on Thursday next, the 14th ultimo. Whatever members may think of it, the annual meeting is in the matter of vital importance second to no business meeting of the institution. Thousands may flock to gaze at exhibits at our annual show, from ?which they may possibly learn something ; but in the matter of attaining the chief aims of the institution, the meetings, such as that of next week should be, are the ones at which the prospects of the society are made or marred. . Such a meeting, it is asserted, is the legislature of the society ; and the secre tary and committee have no doubt a very large programme of business for the members to transact. Every association of men, whether for political, or social, or other purposes, is governed by laws or rules ; and very much indeed does the success of any corpora tion depend upon the verbal constitution of its laws...

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The Passage of the R.M.S. Clyde Through the Suez Canal. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Tiie IPassage of ^ilte, US..BJ.S. CEyfic '? - 'ffhroMgSs flic feiucz Ca»ii5. The1, Herald's correspondent writing from' Adelaide on Friday, tho 1 Slih. '.ult., . bays, : — The steamship Oiyde, which j, arrived at 6 'o'clock to-niglit, wiis.o'.itTprtljo' first vessuls to 'make the passage 'ol-tl?0' Suez CanaL after tlio ( bombardnient of Ale xanrlria, the com ,raauaer py somo oeing adjuageel tu be rnsh in niaking'the attempt in &o ti-oulilous 'a. time. Tho Clyde left London on July 0. AVlien the, critical,time. came iu^the negotia tions beLwebi'i/'AxIniiral -Seymour and Arabi Boy, tho commanders of- all tho P. nnd 0. fleet iu tho directions of Egypt had instruc tions to drop Alexandria from the list of calling places. .Tliejsfr'oofc of tlio newspaper 'accounts .upontlie. passenger list of the Olydo was vory marked; tlierS .being an, unsatisfac tory array, of ' empty state' rooms'.- It would soona from the statements ofrtho officers that dimiiii8hed,sinco,th'o beginning of tho...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. IjFltOM OUH CO-RESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. ; Wednesday, 1 p.m. IN the .Legislative Assembly, yesterday, tno iol lowing answers wero givon : — That Mr. Dnvios. storekeeper at the General Post Office, was not a brother of Mr. John Davies. That the contract for the mail bags, and other goods, had not been taken from Alderson and Sons. That no money had been paid to Mr. John Davies for refresh ments for children on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of the Queen's Statue. Sir Henry Parkes denied the truth of the statements in the newspapers that Mr. John Davies had been authorised by any Minister to offer Mr. Harris, Mayor of Sydney, a seat in the Upper House on any condition. Mr. Davies also gave an emphatic denial to the leport; while Mr. M'Elhone stated that the Mayor had offered to make a sworn declaration as to the truth of his assertion. That the Government intended to adopt the system of forwarding and checking passengers' luggage by railway, a...

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The Sydney Police and the Licensing Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Tlse Sydliney^JPwMee aitd Uie Eiiecaasirag '] ?'?''» 'Act. ' ' 'i '? , ( A SYDNEY correspondent of tho^KiniWa Indepen dent, writes :— I am foldthat the polico generally ,make Sunday, now-a-days; a 1'egtila.r fiold day ' sjiotting ' breaches of \ho Licensing'Act, and much fault is found iF Thoir labouis are not always rewarded by increased *piosocutions,'but some aio 'bitten' now and thon. Hero is a case, and I vouch'you for its authenticity. 'Not many Sundays ago two young friends of inino visited a public hous,o within tho limit proscribed by ,tho Act, and not 3 tmilos fiom Mucquario Placo. A constable in tho' lo'cality is notod for his! Sunday activity in, ? watching licensed victualleis. And, ono bonifneo — ho upon whom my friends called — lib hadia ''special 'down' upon. Wlvilo they -v^'ora looking thiough (ho vonotian blinds at the man of thedaw upon tho opposite sido of the way they saw a' little giil about 7 years old bringing a jug to tho icar of the house, 'and upon being ?...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

liOCAli ISTCMBlLHjB«-ffiiAT-CiE. The Electoral Roll for the district of Shonl hayon has beon issued by tho Government Printer and shows a total of 1912 voters. At tho Broughton Creek Court of Potty Sessions on September 1 , before Messrs. Boxsoil and M'Intyvo, Js.P., Bernard M'Gettigan sued Christian Kunkler to rocovor tho sum of i'o 10s Deing tne amount ot a promissory noie over duo. Tho defendant net appearing, thoir Worships gave a verdict for amount with costs of court. Ar tho Polico Court, Nowra, on Tuesday last, bofore Messrs. H. G. Morton, John M* Arthur, and B. Brown, Thos. Kelly was fined 40s or seven days in the lockup.— Joseph For.-syth pleaded not guilty to having made use of abusive languago to Constable Davies on the night of Wednesday, the 3Otk ultimo, at Terrara, in front of A. Hyam's hotel. Tho evidence of Constable Davis and of P. Ryan (in tho omploy of Messrs. Hyam) was heard in support of tho charge, and dofendont, whoso application for a postponment was not onte...

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Election of the Bishop of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Selection of the i BBisIsoi) «F Sycliaey. Tiie following which ?shou'ld have nnpoarod in our Instissuo. rolntos the histowof tho lniiinnis of electing Metropolitan, and the mode of dotor mininff tho propo=s of olnoliqn :-^- '- TJndertho ' Ordinance fflr the'i/ippointment of Bishops to the Rpo of Rydnej,J- and for fillinc up tho vacancy of tho Ren. a Trieotin' of tho Rvdnnv Dioopsan Svnod will talro T^laci in tho Chnrnh Society's House, Phillip-stroet. on Tuesday, '9th instant. After thn usual lireliminary busi ness, thn following will bo the order of proceed ings: — The president will address tho synod, concludinjr his address bv submitting tho follow ing' proposition fordetorminationby tho synod, namely : whether/the see of Sydney havine'be como vacant, tho Synod will, in order to fill up such vacanev — 1 . Nominate throe duly qualifipd nersons to tho bishops of tho Province of, New South Wale's for tho purposos in tho 3rd section of Determination 1 (General Pvnod), ses°inn 1881, i...

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