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Honour in the City Council [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Honour En (lie City Council TirElVE aro both auiusomonts and disgu'st.to bo derivod from a ponisal of tho report of tho latest row: in tho City Council. The City Fathors appoar there in such singular light that there is a difficulty in classifying them. Thoy appear .vory jealous for thoir honour as alderman, and yot thoir notions of this ossontial quality seom so. unuigu uuu ovon antagonistic to all procon coived notions that a critical student is almost justified in .assuming that tho honour of : an alderman is somothing different from tho honour of; a gontloman. Thoy talk of purging them-1 solves from suspicion, and almost in the same breath they biand each other and express wishes which, if realised, would, 'rosult in penal sorvitutlo: — ' ' -„- ! ' Aldorman M'Blhono: Aldorman Carter said, ho told tho Mayor about it. Y*(f -' 'Aldorman Carter: But you -know 'I'tloniod that. . V',, ; . , „„' 1'Tho Mayor : Alderman Carior.didttoll mo.? - ? ',' Aldorman M'Elhono : I boliovo tho Mayor...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association Members' Roll. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Shoalhaven A. & II. Association Members' EEoll. TnE following is a transcript of tho Members' Hull of tho A. & II. Association. Thoso against whoso name is tho sign * must consult tho Secre tary boforo being qualified to voto ; and as tho ballots must be in by this day week, it would bo woll for thoni to see the Socrotary at once, or send him 10/6 in stamps. Armstrong James Leslio Eobort * Apporly John * Loador Win, * Alley G. U. * Leo Mrs. * Allen Thomas Murray Christopher Abordeon Bobert Moore Frederick /rnoy Robert Morrison John Allen James Miillor George ; Armstrong Robort ,/? Mully James j Aldous Amy ,/ Mull James j Armstrong Walter . Moss Henry ! Armstrong- Albort ... Monaghan James Allardyce Eobert Matthows Samuel ' Armstrong Gerrad * Morton H. G. Bartlett Edmond Marcus M. Boyd John Maronoy M. v* _ _i, t.v_ ?» r ? T ? 150XS0U donii niorrisuu uuiueH Hrngg Wm. Monnghan John BuehaiinnJ.T., Nowra Montgomery II., caro BiiggsWin. ofD. Hyam Biown W. C. Myers William ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. Harman J. Tarrant, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

, ?MISCEHjEi&MffiH&US. v ??— ? --???? ?-- Dr. 'Iffarnian J. Tarrmnt, B3.1'. We /give on our front page this week a portrait ? ;of Dr. Harmon J. Tarrant, Member for Kiama, and a gentleman of high professional reputation in the .metropolis. Dr. Taj rant, who is docon ' dant of i a Frenoh Huguonot f amity who nettled in the Nqrth of Ireland, was born at Belfast in 1844! At an oarly age his family removed to London;'! , whore his father became. Inland Revenue; Officer for 'tho South of the Great Metropolis, a post he retained up to the timo of his resignation, a few months ago. Dr. Tarrant began work in London, but tho profession of a military engineer having boon solected for him , he was put to a course of studies, at tho Royal School, : King's County,: -slrelaTtd. Then ho entered Trinity College,.Di)blin, prior to removal to Woolwich ; but the practico of modicino for him having gioater attr/ietions. ho forsook tuo' military for the medical rnofpssion. He become a mem...

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Confidentaal Inquiries Conducted with the Greatest Caution. Extracts from Testimonials:— [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Cuiifiilciitnal Xictiuit icb'JJC«tn?ti-;te«i vtitlt tlic Cxi cites t Ciiutioii. Extracts f 10m Testimonials — ' 'Tho di8co-\oij of tho son of an English nobleman,'1 lost foi ' years to hia family and ffiondo, 13 0110 ot Mi Cubitt's latest uchiovo mfcnls ' Tdeg) aph ) - 'Wohavoigood leison to bobe\o that Mi Cubitt's Insbtufaonis ono of tho most successful and bet conductod of its land ' Kiama Inde pendent 1 - ' Mr Cubitt h is agonls thioughout tho Aus* Italian colomos, and has seemed gentlemen possessing much locil kno^ledgo, und ivith' sufhiiont influonco to bo oniblod to obtain bdings ot tho=o who ttio ?« anted ' ,S A. Adtcttuet, Adolaido / ' Tho poroon sought foi hnd not boon heard ol for bo^ oral you , and had mado sovorilro liiovaH fiom dis.tnct to distnct The seaich was instituted in Jliy.tho Juli'miil cained to England tho icquucd inforination»' MaitlmuJ Mttcury ' Aithui Oubitt's Jfisbing Pnonds Office^ Sjdnoj, has boon piommcntly bofoio tho public foi many joais, and wo havo ...

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

1 '™°™°'1-' Sllawsarrsn *4ti-»g»i R- ?s»,5{;siti»H FiomSydnoy. (Evoi-' '''^j^,.1}1'1 3'1I,day Ifrom Gicoivnoll { Monday, 7 a m ; Thuisdav, Point. ( i ' Sam.' FAUNS ? ' -CnE»fs3, a«b; asclurn (Cabin), .ftO'i; Steerage, USs «5rt. 13 MANNING, Mmingoi. (tsj«flefca5,-Ef;»tt8t. ' , rg^ni3 UUSINI^S of this BANK will, foi tho , J! lulmo bo conducted m Uio Nl-/W PU1J JMTP1''S m ICinghoi n-sbcot iic\t thol'i esbyloii m church. BOBT. ETNTiAYSOX. Mnhugoi. , Not i a, 12th Jnmiaiy, 1SS1 aca^Mrissicosr '* AM) ' ? PRQDUQE AGE^T, TJSMAXUNJA31 §? FRUIT DEPOT, 92 SuSSFK-SJUlVCf, ? Y_D N E Y . KOEERT 3QXEXEJ0HN, (Lati Thmnc and Jllul hjohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STHKET, Bot-woori King and Hnrknt Streets, synyuv HAWKEN Mm VANCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussln: SjHU.r, 'm^r&GOMFAlSIT, AHAVAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, V6!5, Gcoigo-sbcct, South Sydney. -CnttBt?, SJiccy, »jb«5 SScrse feaSeHjtten. Pi'Oduoc Auctioneers and Awaits, for tho (bale of Live Slock, Firm and Dany I'miluco, Wool, Sheepskins,...

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

03' Meetings to be Held. - Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra Soptembor 14, 1882, at 7 p.m. TUB Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1382.

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

AGENCIES thioughout iho AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, NEW ZEAL UsD, tho UNITED KINGDOM, AMEEICA, and tho CONTINENT OFEUBOPE ''Iitis AKcvna,' ICi%G-siiuir, Sydxey Auctioneers, and General Commission Agents, S6, SUSSEX-STltEEi, S Y I) N 12 Y. A CCOUNTS Eondoiod Punctually Liberal jLJl. ad\ancob mado on consignment (f^ Sbiotattonbon paid to tho piompt lobim of all empties Old Sores & Old Skin Diseases. Ihewcdtorthe e diwrdcr-i ire cITictii 1 1- expelled .hy this pcuetraliuc Uucuciit, not only frum the uper* 'ficil pirts fit from Ih,. imc^lll t,« ei likcwuw Any ti-;e c%lii of twenty years' standing, speedily yields to its influence j A Certain Cure for Broncliitis, 1 Diphtheria, Sore Throat, ( 1 * Asthma, &c. 1 nrai-mgwethr t diphtl ern bronchitis asthma tiki me s -if thi clfst ind piin in the ide— which set mis m h 1 t x\u\ Ointment has th line powers ?' o^r'tn. i --lnpli nn i i blister posse sc without nm I (, 1 r debility Old ai lumtic invnhd will deltvc imr% J » s nw: from th...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Parfiameaefcipy^usmiiaii'9-. f Abridged from the. Herald.) Tn tho Legislative ?Council on Wednesday, Mr. Alexander Campbell roportcd that he had boon -offered and had accopted tho offico of Post ?master-Goneral in tho Cabinet, and that ho -would rbpresent'tho Government in the Council. He explained that tho principal reasons which nau induced aim to accept tlio appointment were that tho postal contract would expire next ?year, and would probablj' havo to he dealt with ?during the session, and also that a financial ?question connected, with tho Savings Bank, .which had been under consideration by the ?Government for some years past, would probably be brought forward. He had been deoply interested in these matters for somo years past, ??and he thought ho could bo of sorvico in ondoa vouringto solve them. Mr.Piddington asked who ?was responsible for the conferring of tho title of C.M.G, in this colony, and ridiculed recent anointments to the order. Mr. A. Campbell said he could not giv...

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BALZAC'S DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

1 - Balzac's -dodoe. ??'?'''' - ? ?'????:Z''*':;'£ rr is related of a caricaturist who waS'illu'ska1''':1 ?;?? '.?'???' '?-'?''.-? ting the novelist Balzac's works, that on ono ':'-?',?? occasion hecamoupon a difficult and'ih- ?': ':?-. :':ii:, volved passage bo abstruse that ho took it to :--- ?? ??? i the author with tlio humblo remark : .'..''.::;? : - ,« ' I don't exactly catch tho senso of this.' . ' , ? . ' 'Lot's; seo it!' said tho novelist. ' 'Ohi, ? ,; there's no meaning to it, at all ; that's why I '?'-.' ? put it in.' ????-.' ' : ,' u Why you put in ?' ' -'? -:.: ?-.!;* 'Exactly You sco for the avorago reader -.'?? '.-'??^ all that is clear seems easy, and if from timo '?. ?'?'- '''''-' v-'t to time l didn't give him a meaningless word ? ?.- ?'..':? or a complicated and empty sentence, ho . :,:: would think that ho know as much as I did. . ,:' Consequently every now and then I tip liiin ? :o something heart-breaking, -ami ho puxules --..' '?'???*' over it and re-reads it,...

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

Atheism. 'Who enn recall time's fast nml fleeting wins, Or bid ro-livo one single by-gono liom , 'TUq' countless gold, he'd joyous shnu'inij? ihng, Ono moment to recall,— tlio' fnme, uixl pou cr TVero his,— wisdom nnd benuty's cliium, So cjuinot timo return, nor timo disuuit In youth alone, man's heart is innocent, And free, from earthly vice, or passion's stnin ; In manhood's bloom, his listless nights uro Kpeut In dreams of love, 01 jjlou, -nliioli cnclmm Hls'thirsting soul, liunnnur v;ith passion's fire — Aa'lio to glory, — fume, or beauty, would aspire. The child of Sin 's inherent from tho womb, Ho oft doth seek, in subtle sophistry ; ' 'To lull his conscience-till when nigh his doom No longer chonn'd, by bounty's witchery, He wiper seeks in penitence and grief, To gam that peaceful liav'n, which now debars relief. This is the panp;, the drep heart-rending thought, Torturing the soul, which soro o'er-lrarden'd sinks, ?With tho eternal miseiv it brought; In loving laith, alone, ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Aug. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Cnhie Intelligence. (From the Sydney Papers.) 'London; Ang. 31. Tho bodios of many of thir British who woro lulled, and woundeil in Iho cngngoincnt at Knssnroiii Locli ? woro found to havo boon mult Hated by the Egyiitinus. During tho niignsoment tho Horso Ouaidn chnrgcil tho Egyptuin guns in -ho dnrknoss-, but failed to cnptiiro thorn, and hnvo beon hi n mod for failuro. mo uso ot nonvy c.ivnlry in Kgyyit is con domned. Somonnxiuty hns boon caused by tho withdrawal of troops from AloxaiuTrin. Oglo-. formerly c fork to Mr. Dirffott, solicitor, of Molbnurnc, who is accused of embezzling' several sums of mnnny from his oinployor, has1 boon committed for trial. September 1. Tho- marines who wore * withdrawn from AloxuiYtlria have beon replaced by nighlanders. Sir Garnet WoIsoToy conlompliito.s thoomploy ntont of bnllwins for l-ecnnnnitring- purposes. Arabi is soiling all tho Enroppnn property ho enn lay h.inds on in tho city of Chiro. ' In consoquinco nf tho roportpd nntbronk of cholor...

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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Stray States froni ihe Metroiiollx. Fby at* occasional contbibutoe.T .; TnB qudstionof tho oponing of-'tho.Art.Giiliervl has boon under the consideration of tbo Purlia'- niont during tho past wook, and the discussion hns been further adjourned for throe weeks. The spooches on both sides havo boon 'interesting,;, and to use an expression more in keeping -with n thontrical critique, ' drew. a. crowded housb.' Mr. Cop'elnnd wns again tho introducer of this matter, and all who havo ever heard of that gontloman must know that ho is one of thoso individuals who like to hear themselves sponk upon overy. occasion whethor; their remarks nro pertinent or not. To mnko a long mnttor short. Mr. Copelnud is a tulkor against time, and nraien at grenc longta on tno nssumption that tho old stock argument, ' Two wrongs mako one right' is profound philosophy. Ho was Supported by Messrs Camomn unt] O'Connor. Mi1. Cameron did not hoaitato to say that Christianity is n mockery, and that Sabba tarianism i...

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

mutual Improvement or Iterating .* nciety. p A LL porsons fav urablo to tho formation of U.\- a Society, in connection with which a Biblo Olnss and Mm nal Improvoiuont Sncinty aiiiprht bo hold, aro ii vitod to attend a MEET ING, to bo held/ i i jflio Weslnyan Oiapol, Torrara, on THUM5 DA'Y EVENING NEXT, Mth inst. VILLIAM GLASSON. Scsptouibov 6tli, 18 i. SF W : 1 C K. \ THE undersigned having purchased a, Now ; Sowing MACI INE for tho purposn of a-ouowing tho ELAS'l &ii\ boots, ho is .prepared ; to rocoivo any ninn oj of -ordoi's for putting: NEW ELASTIC In oBistic sido hoots, which' ' will bo executed noat r and cxpcdittously. JOHN HOLLAND, Boot Factory, Nowra. ~ W «iT I C £ / 'HpHERE is now Aniiing at thonoad of Walor X fall Croek and tho Sassafras, thrco head of HEIFERS, about -I year* old, branded' with ray ?original Station Brand, jfljionjninod, Ibelsovo them to bo my caitiff; J&t i( any person cm prove a hotter claifti/t^Alieni within 21 days Jrotn Hio d»to here...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Commercial Intelligence. w eiouth Cannt mill Went Citmdcn to opcrutlve Company (Limited). 1 Sydney Maiiket Piuoes. Bolow wo givo gonoral quotations. £ b. d. £ a. (I. Uuttor, host, por lb.. 0 1 G to 0 1!) 1 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0.13 „ 0 14 Bacon, ditto ...' ? 0 0 7 „ 0 0 0 Ditto houvyandrough 0 0 5 ,,.0 0 0 Chooso, por lb ? 0 0 9 ,. .0 0 10 rigs, alive ? 10 0 „ 2 10 0 Calves, oaoh ? 0 « 0 „ 1 10 0 * Hidos ? 0 10 0 „ 1 -5 0 \ 'Calfskins, oaob ? 0 10,, 016 Tallow, por ton ? 30 0 0 „ 33 0 0 Maisw.porbushol.dull 0 » 0 „ 0 0 0 4 Whoat, per bushol .. 0 0 0 „' 0 7 0 Barley, (English) . . 0-16 „ O 3 (i Ditto, (Onpo) ditto .. G -1 0 „ O4C Oats, ditto ? 0 0 3 „ O 3 0 Hay (oaton) por ton,. S -0 0 -, '8 0 0 Ditto (lucorno) ditto.. 5 0 0 ,, 8 0 o . Potatoos ditto ? -1 0 0 „ o 0 0 ' Fowls, por pair .... 03 0 ,, 040 Ducks, ditto ? 0 -1 ? 0 „ 0 5 0 Gooso, ditto ? 0 o 0 „ 0 8 P Turkeys, ditto ? 0 8 0,, 0 M 0 lEggs, por dozen .,.. 0 0 11 ,, 0 1 0 ▲ Commorcinl Storos, Sussox-stroot, Sydnoy, ^Soptombo...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

«a-5ffann1 Correspondence. [?] [It is to bo distinctly undorstood that wo do not identify ourselves with tho opinions of correspondents.] Sltt,— I see by tho Sydney papers Mr. Roid hns brought tho lato appointments to tho Licensing 'Bench of Shnnlhnven bofore Parliament, and wren your permission x siiouki uko to maKO n tew remarks on what tnnk place. Mr. Rosoby in May last mot tho electors in tho Band Hall, Nowra, nnd (luring his address ho gavo n couvorsntinn ho bnd with the Minister for Justico as to who should bo appointed to tho Licensing Bench horo. As far ns Iain able to judgo, yon gavo a very correct account of whnt he said. Mr. Foster, in reply to Mr. Roid, de nies the truthfulness of Mr. Roseby's remarks. Tho latter gontloman was prosont, and did not reply, thereby pleading guilty to the charge of making statements to his constituents that are not in accordance with facts. If this is so, what confidence can we havo in anything he has told us in the past, and what confidence...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

BBISTJKIC'IT BfEWS. (FKOM A COttllESPONDBST.) Slrouglitoii Creek. As announcou in tho Telegraph, a mooting wns' hold in Hin Court-houso on Monday ovoning to considr-r tho host moans of recognising tho sor vicosff Mr. D. L. Dyinnck in commotion -.with' tho South Coast and West Camdon Co-opomtivo Company. .. , \ Tho meotintr was woll ronrosontod bv tho principal producer?, Vwho. wero thoroughly in accord Tyiththo objoof of tho mooting. Tho Mayor, Mr. J. Grnv, wns voted to tho chair, and opened tho procoodimta by announcing tho object of tho mootihir. Ho was suro ovory ono prosont would cordially co-opornto in tho object, for which thoy^mo't It could not bo doniod that groat hohofits had ncoruprl to all tho dairying districts .through tho influnnco of tho Company, and they nil know how mnch they woro indebted to 'Mr. Drmock for its inauguration. Ho then invited any of tho«o prosont to move nny resolution that would moot tho object of tho mooting. Mr. _ Hugh Boyd liriofly -proposed, ' t...

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THAT LITTLE SQUARE BOX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

THAT LITTLE SQUARE BOX. (Continued.) ' I don't think that would go very far in a court of law,' said Dick j . ' but come, I have finished my cigar. Suppose we go down to gether and split a bottle of claret. You can point out these two Orisinis to me if they are still in the cabin.' ? * 'All right I answered; I am determined not do lose signt oi tnem ail clay. Don't look hard at them, though ; for I don't want them to think that they are being watched.' ' Trust me, ' said Dick.; ' I'll look as un conscious and guileless as a lamb;' and with that we passed down the companion and into the saloon. ' ? A good many passengers were scattered about the great central table, some wrestling with refractory carpet-bags and rug-straps, some having their luncheon, and a few read ing and- otherwise amusing themselves. The objects of our quest -were not there. We passed down tho room and peered into every )erth : but there was no sirm of t.lipm. ' Heavens I' thought I, ' perhaps at this very moment...

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The Nowra Wharf. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

Tlie Nowra Wiinrf. TO THK I'.UITOIt OK TUB Slin.u.llAVKX .TRLKOIIAVII., Sin; — Regarded in tho li;»ht of nn exporimont, the Nnwia Whavf must certainly bo plncod in tho list of inmlorn fniluro. The ingenious poraon who ])lnuncd. nnd what is still more romarknble. curried to such a stngo of perfection, this '-tupondous structure, must havo boon butn vory .luvomlo ongiiioor. Tho nctempr- is Jautlnlilp. though tho ro»ultis disnstrou.s; nnd up to what point disasters will follow remains to bo soon. wiiuu uiu noiiii, riisniii^ iimn^ tuui iuuuuuk ruin,' finds provided for it, by tlie art of man. so exquisitea curve in tho river's bank, whosoit may whirl sportively round, ami show how puny nro the works of man in comparison to nature; by increasing to ten times its .former sizo tho h'olo sunk by tho 'ingenious youth.' Ilowevor. tho poKcoful inhiibilants of Nowim have tho satisfaction of knowing that tho whin [ is thoro ; but n~ to whether they nro satisfied with tho result of thoir position...

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STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. CONCERNING SOILS AND GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

If:; STATION, FARMLAND GARDEN. ~&ji BY OLD COLONIST. :$i CONCERNING SOILS AND' GRASSES. :'/? 'The extent to whioh tho grasses of Australia ? 'I indicate tho quality of the soil is amazing S; almost. And when it is understood fully that - . good durablo grass cannot exist upon unsuit '??'.' able soil, the great value of this. peculiarity : becomes evident, and especially so tp those ??' who contemplate cultivating more or less of - .; ino ianu tney may purcnase, select, or rent. ' 'i : In the old countries, where the land has been [? ?'':'. in cultivation during generations, the indig enous glasses have disappeared, practically in so far as their growth without the aid of culti vation is concerned. Almost any sort of land can bo made to grow grass by cultivation, and in the old countries by the exeraise of skill and ex ? p'endituro of capital in draining, subsoiling, and the use of suitable manures, splendid pasture is found upon all sorts of soil from tho stiffest blay to th...

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Mr. Roseby and Red Tape. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 7 September 1882

BBr. Roseby and Sled Tape. - TO THE EDITOR OP THE SHOALIIAVRH TELHORAPII, Sir,— Some of tho malcontents in Mr. Rosoby's electorate complain that ho doos not work 'in Parliament except on the Temperance question, and that he has no influence To the majority of these complainants I say nothing, and just merely address thoso few linos to your paper to be rond by those who nre not as hopelessly leavened by tho evil spirit of prejudice ns tho Uovornment otttoials aro namnoo by ' Ked Tapo ;' or, in other words, what some of thoso gentlemen ploaso to dignify by the namo of esprit de corps ! (save the mark.) Doos tho curious reader ask, whnt is 'Rod Tapo?' It might fairly bo said to bo doscribed in tho famous soliloquy which tho immortal bard of | Avon put into tho mouth of a diameter in ono I of his tragedies. Yos, 'Red Tape' is 'Tho ! insolence of office and tho law's delay.' . . .! ' The spurns that patient merit of the unworthy i tttkos.' ? ? ''. ? During last session of Parliament Mr. ...

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