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Weekly Calendar for May. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Weekly Calendar for May. Moon's Age. Last quarter. . 1st, at 11.57 p.m. Now Moon . . 9th, at 4.21 p.m. First quarter. . 17th, at 8.29 p.m. Pull Moon ? 24th, at 4.43 a.m. ~77 ? , ? Sun— — , High water atShoal Rises. Sots. haven Heads. H. M. n. II. A. M. P. M. 20 ? 6 50 5 2 4 4 4 42 21 ' 6 51 5 2 5 18 5 53 22 6 51 5 1 6 25 6 54 23 6 52 5 1 7 20 7 44 24 0 53 -5 0 8 8 8 31 25 6 53 5 0 8 54 9 51 26 6 54 5 0 9 35 9 56

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Essays. HARD DRIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

[?] HARD DlilVEN. How comes ib that no many grsafc men — men that havo been groat benefactors of their kind, and have let b groat works' behind thom — havo had to livo undor prosauro, with strained ouorgiou, r.nd the uonBG of having too muoh to do? Ib soeraa as if mon could hardly bocomo gfcae under tha conditions of a calm, loisuroly lifo. A man oauuob run ab his fastest, or swim his furthast, in ordinary circumstances ; he munt fco running in an exoiting race, or swimming for dear lifo, to do Mb benb. Ib raroly appoara what a man in capablo of till he in put to his msttle. Necessity ia a wonderful educator, a wonder ful onlargcr and quickenec of mon's faculties. We lately read au account of a printing maohino which, from eight cylinders, can print am' fold ab&ut 100,000 newspapers in aa hour. What bub tho pressure ofnecoaalty ! could over have made maehinory accomplish nuoh wonders? It needs something of tho same rorl to takn tho xaoab out of humnu faculties. Uader tho pre...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. Export of Butter and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

. MISCEliIiA\TK«US. Export of Butter and Dairy Producrt. The following lottor, cwitrfbuteil recently to tho S. M.. Herald^hy \\Tr\ John Biggar, J.P., of WollongongoQn i?ho Wjovnnientioned . subject, -will bo rend WinJet erB^t b\\d a it^- m e n : — 'The telegram from England irkyour issue of last Friday that ' Tho Orient Company intended fitting their steamers with cold storage rooms' is calculated to raise tho hopes of struggling freo selectors nnd farmers in nil parts - of tho colony -who happen to bo located within a few miles of any railway station. By tho ordinary modes of farming practised in the colony, it doos not seem generally to pay to grow either whoat, hay. ojjiotntoos. The return from these crops boing \very Wiall \for tho labour expended in raisin^thoso \nd Sunilnr products, it is found by expevftockthrfttho-bsst and most profitable use to^yBipl^ijana can'bo put is to use it for raising dairj^ produces. Farmers who grow cereal, root, or'-f udder crops by present modes ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAPOLEON AND METTERNICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

NAPOLEON AND METTDENIOH. I PcrKorslIiiiEnNiaii'iiprmthumousmomoIrfl, from 177U to 1815, pabllohftd by his son, Pmoe ttiohnrd Winnohurg, have atlaab mado thoir nppcarauce. Indofotonco to npecUl testa mentary disposition mado by the Princo, n period of twenty-livo yoarn. wao lo olapso after bin doath boforo thoy should be Riven to Iho world, when thoy wero to bo edited by competent poraona aud printed. Tho motrioh's aro rwid to contain ^pollUaal rcvtibUiiarj i\r.fl person a1 ana of ox'vawrdlnr.ry v.'vlu« to Uh: hialovlan, wid of lively interest '?j tho publie oi evory Europe^* countvy.' 0'iO i«f th-f monfc inwi-entiug cpieodi''} re oount-.id In (ho memoirs io doubtU:«n M^tter L-ivh'a osen account of the m^monton-i inter view which took pbco bo^weon lumuslC and Napoloon I. nt Dre?deu, on tho 20', h June, 1813. Tho Prince, on Mid pu-t of Auotrih, oll:rod a mediation, v;ith a vi^w oi closing tho war, but ninanwhilo wau oonduotiug the negotiations which led to tho quvh-uplo alliance, and ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

(Pi OOD OHEES^niv^j^jE, at 3?,d per pound.'1 v ; . -vX ?JAS.,M,01^™i^wfGroenhills. ? I» A ; J- ® « C M ife ' A .-T. Nowra PnAj; Jnr Horses and Gattlo, JL3 L Travelling Sftocfc.;and: Teams. : Horses,,. Is 4d por week^j(?(Sy: per night ; Gattlo.f ls por. pi ^^^eok, or lid por nigjffi. ? ' ? y 1 W A Y rif E 1 ^^BPotTR Good MWEBS ; £2 os por weok of ? X eight hd3tsysl*lls. Only, good .minors J need apply to / I / ' „ J ? -Ag/!OW«3 CLABKSON, L- :: I Nowia. W„ Nowra May 11/ 1880. , M' ( , SMTICE. , - iM , TyfBS. - -LYJ. tho Eslato (ftjuio' l*to Aloxnwtei'tJil'Jfon loie, having instiliqjed tl» uiWsi'.iigued to; soli all tlio personal or Tlfhor Atato, and to^ collect 'all' Debts duo to-tho'saao', loquost^ tliot'.alhsuch '( Debts bo paid to hiu/at onco. JOHNT STEWABT, . Auctionuor. J Odd Fellows' Picnic ! ENTlli^NCES JoiTi'o^ Handicap must .bo in tlio .hands lif /hol^ecrotary. or Mv. D. ,e» notlatoftli/n Tl'cloclc on SATUBDAY JS LAI, 22nd in|tailt. Irlandieapa declared. the same night. - * 1...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household. THE MODERN CRUSADE AGAINST PLEASURES OF THE PALATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

§0«|0Rr. THE MODERN ORUSADE AGAINST : PLEASURES OF THE PALATE. No movemont in modem lifo iinclfl moro numerous adherents than tha implicit belief in tho potoney of the npclla of 4ho nmntour diotiot. Where onoo fho oamps woro dividafl botweon rival eohoola of rosthelie/i, tho dnspnt of tho dionor tablo liov: nrbUratnn bstwson aliarmttivo aspects in ohioh vitnl qnenlin;:n of Iherapontios nnd sogimon rany b:i vicv/od. Tlio explanation of tlio putiiiiit of this no7-- i fmigled erase £3 not fcr to Bsc!:. Pjrhr.yi'a faulty digestion 13 with mnny tlio ot;o touch of naturo mailing r.Un tho world ot diners. Sympathy on questions of diet or tho Diulti fonn nilmonis whioh nifibo it nso!-naiiry to livo strictly by rulo fiii'orda n neutral rirounrl, whoro combative disciples of opnosiu;; opioions aud taojea mr.y dieonan, 'without prejadioe,' tho latest dieeoverion of tbo pioneers of gastronomy, tho oxpouonta of tho now dietetio deealoguo. Aa unexpected millennium is at hand, when lifo ia to bo i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEGGAR'S MIRROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

THE BEGGAR'S MIRROR. A Pehsian boggar— once it oamo to pass — Acquired an old but curious looldng-glnsa, Whioh had a valuo for tho shiftless tramp As wonderful as had Aladdin's lamp. . For, looking on tho broad, clear mirror's faco, All porsons woro endowed with hoavenly grnoo. Tho veriost hag who stood a moment thoro, Found that hor face became divinoly fair, And no ooarso clown could ao ill-favoured bo But in this glass groat beauty he could see. So tho shrowd boggar, when ho strolled about, Failed nob to bring tho famous mirror out/ Aud, holding it in front of thoso ho mot, Uuuiunborod pennies ho was suro to get. Now, whon tho beggar died, unto his son Ho gavo tho glass to. uso as ho had dono. But though the eon wont -all tho country through, Ho lot none but himsolf tho mirror viow— For, finding his own face so fate a sight, Ho simply lookod at it from morn to night, Till, wlion ho oamo unto his house once moro, Each day his purso was empty as beforo. HOIlAIt. 5 They who spend li...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Centenary of Dr. Chalmers. LETTER FROM MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

C nntenary of Dr. Chalmers. LETTER FROM IIR. GLADSTONE. ' -Last weok a-public meeting was hold in. the ?Preo ; Church Genoral Assembly Hall, : Edin-; burgh, (say s' ' the Inverness : Courier of -.tho/l 1th March), in celobration- of the centonaiy of , :Dr. Thomas Chalmers. There was; a . largo,- atton- danco; ? Thollov. J/C. Burns, ;Modoratpr.of!thoi Preo Church Assembly, .occupied,,: tlio .. oln'vir. Tho . following , lottor from : -Mr. Glnditono, addressod to Lord Moncroilf,- was read : — ? ' My .v doar ; Moncreift',— I : wished -:to havo ??written!; to you , at leisure,', but I, liavo, to-day observed or romiudod , myself- that, the occasion ? arrivos to-morrow ; so Iniust write in -haste...- s i However, : I- do not : k no w -'.whotlior, t in my. i last lottor,- I' oxhaustedj at. least; verbally, tho stores' of . my, . admiration t for: Dr. Chalmers; or. wliothor; I allowed , it .to bo takon for granted. ?What'. I ^ can now truly say is, that tlioro- are hardly; any words of itd...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. Friend and Others v. Fitzgerald and Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

MESCEH.L. ASHEO SJS. Friend and others v. Fitzgerald and Wtherii. We clip tho following paragraph from tho S. M. Herald. The case was hoard in tho Supromo Court on the 10th instant, before Sir William Manning, and a jury of four ; — Jury ; Mossrs. Abraham Levy, John -Rankin, J. N. Payno, and George Walbourno; Mr. Pilchor, instructed by Messrs. Spain, Sly, arid Sal woy, appeared for the plaintiffs. Mr. Want, instructed by Mr. R. Burdett Smith, appeared for the defendants. ?.his wiis an action brought by Messrs. W. S. . .Priond and Co., morchants and-ironmongers, to recover £54 Is 7d, tho price of certain goods supplied to Messrs. Fitzgerald and Hammick, sawmill prbpriotoi'S at Shoalliaven; : , from November, 1S7S. to May, 1S79. Walter Ham mick had also been joined ; as defondant, and had allowed judgment to go by default. Tho defendant (Pitzgorald) pleadod never' indebted. Tho -plaintiffs case was that Mossrs. Pitz gorald and Hammick came to tho warehouse. in Barrack-street and repre...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cable Intelligence. London May. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Cable ^iit^lliKCnce; (From the fleruld.) Ii'onddn May. 111. I Tho Australian^Elovenieonlmoncod'.thoir'lirst match faWlay,' at-sSouthamptonS-: against ''IS gonllomort ot tho county .of,1 Hampshire:. 'Tho/! match attracted - considorablo attontioiv ' and much inlorost was displayed in tho batting of tho Australian team. Tho woathor was beau? : tifully lino, and throughout tho day thoro was S - ii voiy largti attendance ot spectators -on tno | ' grounil. Tho Australians wont fivat 'to 'tho ? : wickets, iind boforo tlioy woro. all disposed- of f l,nd scored 230 ruhs. ' INInrdoeh' wont in early, 1^ ± nuil after a splondld innings was finally caught TTo mado 97, tho top sent a, Boylo batted Hp- vull for .j0 and was also caught out. Tho play k'* bf tho Australians genoiullv admiiod. At tho K blosoof tlio day's plily tho, Hampshii e loam had W lost two jviulcots for ?IS 'i'uns. Tho match will bo resumed to-monow. Princo Leopold, in acconlanco with armngo monts previously announced, loft .En...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SONNET. TO MY HARP. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

s « ar x k t. . J TO MY HARP. : ' IV; :i Timo was ot voro wlion that tlio muse unsought, Would woavo in l-'nnoy's droam.pootip wraatho To dock my Lyre from footings lud boneath , Dull worldly cares, which 111 tho'innid oer WTOUgllt, , ' Tho slumb'ring liro of X'oosy liml cnu^hi, . Anrl wnmn illfn IlllOStO -VOt'lfrUW Jfty.'i&kl ? To mo nor minstrels mood, nor hirelings pay . : Nature's fair dowry novor can be bought,; , , . Now onco again, with* falt'ring.hand,! string, My woll lovod lyre, courtiug;tho muse to ilitig,. Iior spirit o'or mo,- brightly, lioiiutifillj 1 ... That I, tho faiiGst llowors, ot Poesy, may cull j Tho charm is lied, — my olTorts are in-vain, , , , To wako those tonoa, ot' burst thd enthralling chain. i r M. Nowra.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arson at Meroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Arson at Mcroo. On Tuosday last intolligenco was recoivod at 5fowra.by tho polico that a stable, coach-houso, ;and othor cffocts, tho property of Mr.. .Henry, i Hodglcinson, of Meroo, had beon consumed by fire' on tho provious night. On Wodnosday,-at nooni an, inquost was ^hold nt tho.rosidonco of Mr. BCodgkiiison,; boforo Mr. 'Distriflt ' Coronor Richaids, and a jury of' 12, vin, ; Z. G. Bico -(foreman), Jas. llorgan, Jesso .Watts, Thos., -Smith, Jamos. Gibson, VJphn Pestoll, ; W H. Noakos/Thos. Connor, Jno. E. llobsou, Thos. Sliophord, Honry Hoiia, ari'ds Jno. 'Gibson, jim; Tho'ovidonco.of Mr. Hodglcinson, that of his sorvant man (Charles Warron), Henry Shophord, and : Sergeant Griovo was talcon; from whicli wo now givo a summary-of ^particulars : Ori 'tho. night of Monday last,; Mr. ; Hodgkinsoii retired to bod about tho usual timo, doaving, no .': fires about tho promisos. . . A. - little aftor 1 . p.m. lio awakened-,, and noticing, a glare its of ilaylight outsido, ho got up, a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 18. (BEFORE their Worships, Messrs. B. Brown (Chairman), and John Glanville, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

ghoalhavcn police Court. ; - ' . Nowra, Tuesday, May 18. - ? k. (Before thoir Worships, jMossrs;,, B.,:- Brown . . (Chairman), and John Glanvillo. Js.P.) v. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. , , ? John St. Clare pleaded guilty to a chargo pro forrod against him by Sergeant Grieve,- of having made use. of obscono languago within- hearing in a publio ])laco, and- it. being his first appoar anco before, tho Bench, ho, was fined 5s, and 2s Gd costs, which-he. paid. Jamos 13ronnan, alias Cummings, pleaded ?guilty to two charges — making uso of obscono' languago, and indecent oxposuro. This was his first-appearanco boforo tho . Bonch, and having boon already ono -night in tho lock-up, - thoir ? Worships considered that would moot tlio last nained olleuco;. and fined hiui os and costs for tho ' drop of drink.' Paid. ; - , ! Cliarlos ; Peniiiston, a lad, . 16 yours of ago;: pleadod guilty to a chargo proforrod against him by Constable. Brayno, ot having been drunk: at -itowra about mid-day on the 11th inst...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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AMONG THE REEDS. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

AMONG THE REEDS.. X. Swim fust, 0 wonndod swan, swim fast 1 Thy mate awaits thoe in her neBt, Not dreaming that tho dart was oaBt ?Whioh quivers in thy blooding breast ! II. Swim fast, 0 dying swan, swim fast ! Die not till she beholds thy fato, Lest sho may deem somo fioiclo blast Hath blown thee to another mate ! in. Swim fast, 0 faithful swan, swim fast ! Tho advorso tido ia swift and strong ! Swim fast, swim fast, until at last I Thou sing to her thy dying song !

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. B. O. Holtermann's Opinion of Yalwal as a Glod-field. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Mr. IS. it. CSoIterinann'N Ujiinioa of ? ^ahval as a CrOld-Ueld. *i-J The opinion of tlio g 'eat:mining;Nabob,!Mr.:l B. , 0. Holtormann, will bo .interesting to our readers, more especially our mining constituents,, and thoso of thoin who are pocuniarilv.connected with tlio El Dorado of tho Coast.1 The opinion of Mr: IToltormann is interosting, and the-inore valuablo not only bocauso ho is a working miner, whoso success was -duo :to loiig-years :of . porso-: voranco, ' wlucli was ; -based ? upon; oxijectations' begotton of : practical knowledge, 'and : not -upon., tho' eontiinental -fabric of- presoutimont; .however; romautio the latter might lappeur in connection: with tho singular history ? of ; his .'fortunes.' ;-Wo : accompanied Mr. Holtormann to Yahval.Dig-; gings on Priday last, v and at our -request he has communicated ? his observations,, which wo give as follows : — i Y.VLWAL. : Yalwal, which is a: singular gold-field, from the divorsifiod nature of its rooks, will liavo a ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A FRIEND IN NEED IS A FRIEND INDEED." I. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

'A FRIEND IN NEED IS A ERIEND INDEED.' ' i. Tlio old Taf£ tavern had for a sign, A faded flagon of paintod wino, With a mouldy motto that meant to road, 4 1 A friend in noed is a friend indeed.' n. When farmer, fisher and hunter was thoro, To minirlo thair mirth or kill thoir caro, However thoy wranglod, in this they agreed : ' A friend in need is afriond indeed.' in. They drank to tho tavorn sign ouo day, Till mugs of pewter and pipes of clay Mado foam of liquor and fume of weed : ' A friend in need is a friend indeed.' IV. ' u Thon hero's* to tho truost of frionds !' said ono : ' What friend hath a huntor as truo as his It rondors him sojvico with tho ntt&rmost speed : * A friend in neod is a friend indeed.' ' v. li But what if thy powdor, my lad, bo wet ? ?No fair- weathor friend is a fisherman's net ! Mino eanieth mo 'many a tankard of meod : 4 A friend in neod is a friend indeed.' ' VI. lt Thy gun is a slayor— thy net a snare ; .. Of friends so bloody and crafty boware ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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YALWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

' Y;A :ii W A li:. '? The latest intolligenco from tho Yulwal gold iiolds wo aro on ' bled to state is that tho quantity of stone being crushed at M' Arthur's small battery, is not likely to yioldmore than working uxponses. Thoro does' riot, however, appear to havo boon much labour expended in- procuring tho stono, hence, unlsss' it is very poor in' gold, there can bo no loss attached to it.' At tho Pinacle. Company's Claim, operations aro progressing rapidly. Tho. old workings havo reached from tho now drive on tho Eclipse sido of tho claim, -and ii.splendid curront of fresh air runs through tho workings of both companies, i Some of the stono now being turned out from tho ' Piriaclo ' shows gold freely, aiid tho quan tity brought out daily is .so'considorablo, -that; after, the Eclipse has ; finished its crushing at its own battery, Mr. Siverwright oxpects to keep tlio battery constantly at. .work for , soino months afterwards. Du ing Priday last soriio excellent stono was struck i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Sketcher. ON WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

Steitljjer. ON ?VYHEBIiS. ? CoAonns, I think, woro infcroclnoad into . England in tho ysar 1X53, but it was not ] nntil noma timo afterwards — probably two hundred yonrB nf forwards — that thoy found , favdUr with tho rioh. Aa for the poor, ' thoy, of oourso, had to put up with shanks' a pony — as, indood, thoy have now. But lb ia a carious to find that, in 1G01, during tho ' reign of Quoon Bcbb. ai Act waa passed prohibiting tnon from riding in coaohos, aa *; rendering tboin effeminate. Bason, how-. ?: Ovor, waa in hia coaoh whon tho idoa . ooourrod to him which brought about his . death. When tho anow waa thick on the ground ho wna riding in hia coaoh along Imdgato Hill, when ho descended nt a : v ' - poulterer's shop, nnd, purchasing a fowl, j filled it with nnow in ordor to test tio j properties of oold in preserving moat. Liko ' many auothor oxporimont, thia cauootl tho . inquirer's death ; for my Lord Yorulam caught a oold wliioh effectually settled hia business in thi? lifo. ...

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SHE WANTED A "LAYOUT" FOR A TABLECLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

SHE WANTED A. 'LAYOUT' JTOU A TABLECLOTH. Tout were a pretty ' aolid '-looking oountry oouplo, avolrdupoisly and financially speaking. They wero getting along towordt sixty, but pretty well presorved — ho the better of tho two, porhopfl. IIo was Blow gaited and quiet— aho tho vory oppoaito, talking fast and ranging ahead of him Boversl yarda, then falling baok to say something or other. Thoy oamo out of tho Weaminster, and prooooded down Irving-place. Sho was two lengths ahead oil reaching Fourteenth-atroet, tvhen aho turned with kindled eyos npon him, crying out : ' Oomo right noroat hero, Sol. I boo a shop over ther I'm goin' into.' Boforo |Bho flnlahod Bho was off the walk, and half-way across tho street by tho time ' Sol ' reaohod tho korb, so oagor was sho to roach hor objootive point. - ' Hope it takos you long onough to git aoront a stroot, you Sol Spood — your uamo'd oughter bin Slow, 's I've told ye a thoua'h' timoa 1' This was hor gentlo salu tation as Sol enmo up. 'Y-e-s ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 May 1880

RECIPES; Si'ONOB Cake Pudding.— Slice into a woll buttored tart dish three penny sponge bisouits, and place on thom a couple of ounoos of candied orange or lemon lind cut in slices.. Whisk thoroughly six eggs, and stir to them boiling a pint and a quartor of now milk,- in whioh three ounces of sugar havo boon dissolved ; grate in tho rind of a small lemon, and when tho mixture is some what cool, add half a winoglassful of brandy, pour the mixturo to tho cakos, and lot it remain ono hour ; thon drain an ounoo and a half of clarified buttor ovor tho sop, or strew candiod sugar rather thickly on it, and bake tho pudding three-quarters of an hour or longer in a gontlo oven. Dutch* Sauoe. — Put into a small saucepan tho yolks of threo fivah eggs, tho juioo of a largo lomon, Soz. of butter, a little salt and nutmeg, and a winoglassful of \yator. . Hold tho saucepan ovor a dear firo and keep tho sauce stirred until it nearly boils; n little oayenne may bo added' Tho safest way of ? making ...

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