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Miscellaneous. A REMARKABLE PETRIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

fllMscellancous. A llKSIAllKAAMi 1'lSTllIl'ICATION. 1)«. C. L. D»li,su, of this city, possesses a .petrified human skull of about the size pf a fu'tus head a month or two bcfoic its biilh. It is not composed of caibonato of lime, as petrifactions usually arc, but of - a hard bluish whito silica. Tho measurements of the head arc nine and a qnarter inches in cir cumference over tho oves, and tho narietal bones are four inches and a quarter from tho highest point of the frontal bono to tho chin, this measurement being live-eighths of an inch less from the top of the forehead proper. The head has every appearance of having been . that of a human child, as no animal known, has a face so straight, there being no ?forward projection of the jawbones whatovor —no recession of the upper part of tho face and head. — Gochen Times.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Yerrlyong Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

'VerrlyoiiB Festivities. The picnic, sports, and ball advertised in this journal to take placo on tho loth inst., came off at the appointed timo, aud wero not so well patronisod as thoy ought to havo been when tho objects for which theso festivities wero initiated aro considered. Nevertheless the committeo have cause to bo thankful for tho results, which will enable them to pay off all outstanding liabilities on tho construction of tho building, but leaves no balanco to invost in furnishing tho school-room and erncting two closets, which aro necessaries that must be complotod before a teacher is appointed. As but a very few pounds aro all that aro required, Mr. Senior, chairman of committeo, and the lion, treasurer wil' canvas tho district for substriptions, and from the well known liberality of tho Shoalhaven people, there ia littlo doubt that tho needful will be speedily supplied, and that in loss than n month hence I may have tho pleasure of chronicling the opening of the Yerriyo...

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Household. OLD-FASHIONED ESTHETICS. COSTUMES OF THE MIDDLE OF THE LAST CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

IFjouseboIb, OLI)-KASlIIONi:i) -l.bl'Ili:TICS. COSTUMES OF THE JIIDDI.K 01? .TUB LAST 0OTU1IY. Llt us not flatter oui selves that the matter of high lobthetic dioss is something which is undoistood only by us of tho latobt days. Listen lo a d.esciiption of the clothes worn by tho'Duchess of Quoensbmy, at a Boyal entei tainment, in tho year 1710 : — ' A white satin petticoat, embioidcicd at the bottom with blown hills cohered with all soils of weeds, nnd eveiy bieadth had an old stump of a treo that urn [m'c] up almost lo the top of 'the petticoat, broken and ragged, and worked .with brown 'chenille, round1 which twined nasteibians [hie], ivy, honeysuckles, peri winkles, convolvuluses, and all bolts of twining flowers, which bpiead and coveied tho petticoat — vines, with tho leaves \aiio gatcd as you ha-\e seen thorn by the sun, all rather smaller than nature/which made'thom look very light. The robings and facings weio little gieen banks, with iillsoits of woods, and tho bleo\os, an...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Shoalhaven A. & II. Association. TnE annual goneral meeting of tho members of tho institution named abovo was hold at tho Temperance Hall. Terrain, last Thursday, at 3 p.m. Thoro was a very fair attendance, there being some sixty adult mombors present. The minutes of the special meeting, hold on tho 21st April last, woro rend and confirmed on tho motion of Messrs. Praser and Konnedy. Tho secretary road also the report of tho committee appointed to take the ballot on the question of applying for a show ground at Nowra. Tho substance of this report was that the committee, comprisingthesecretary and Messrs. F. W. Flatt, L. M'Intyre, and James Hunt, had mot on the 2nd May to distribute tho ballots, whereupon Mr. Hunt asked tho secretary if there wero any children's names upon tho roll, and the secretarv replying that there were children's names on the roll; Mr. Hunt objected to ballots being sent to theso. There being but a bare quorum present, nothing was done. On tho 8th June....

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THE LITTLE LAME DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

^BELITTLE LAME DOCTOB. We fell in with Count Otto Lauvowski at Spezzia, on tho Eastern Hiviera. Ho was a fine, tall man, with a well trimmed fair board, and deeply-set, violet, melancholy-looking oyos : just tho sort of person to turn the head of a school-girl. My wife, it is true, could no longer claim placo in the category of ' bread; and-butter misses,' but she was immensely charmed with him. She declared him to be a most gentlemanly and accomplished man. Personally, I had my doubts about the fellow. He described himself as a Polo, and talked, with a kind of sob in his voice, about the misfortunes of his country. Ho had fought against tho tyranny of the Czar; he had suffered exile and imprisonment ; he had aided tbo Italians to throw off the Austrian yoke by taking part in Garibaldi's campaigns ; in fact, according to his own account, there were fow things in the way of chivalry and heroism with which ho had not somehow been connected. Not that ho boasted of his achievements in a...

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Broughton Creek Police Court. SEPTEMBER, 13TH 1882. BEFORE MESSRS. Boxsell and M'Intyre, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Bronghtoii Creek 2»oliee Court. (ntojt A ooRUEST'oxnEN'r.) September, loth ISS2. BEi'om: Messrs. Boxsoll nnd M'lntyro, Js.P. Dennis M'uarthy appenrod in answer to nn information charging him with making use of obsceno language at Broughton Crook, on tlio 30th August Inst. Ho pleaded1 guilty, nnd it befrig riiR firsr. nfiYmcrt. fhn TCnnnli fTnni7 TiTtt, *?a firT nwH 4s 10d costs of court. John Rutlodgo, for a similar offenco, on th'a same occasion, was fined 2s 6d, and 4s lOd cost of court. ' Hugh Moss appeared in answer to an infor mation charging him with craelTy illtreatmg a horse nt Broughton Creek, on tlio 30th August last, by keeping it tied to . a fenco for six hours with a heavy load packed on its back. Defendant Pleaded guilty. Constablo Parker stated the offonco was a very gross case of cruolty. ns dofendant had brought tho Horse into Broughton Crook that day with a heavy pack load, and aftor getting rid of tliis load ho put another on tho horse, and loft it tiod to a fence...

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Nature. NOTES ABOUT SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

v mature. y: NOTES ABOUT SNAKES. :.- A seispbst's first instinctive impulse of selfpreser '.: :: ?yation, like that of every other niiinud, lies in ''.^.'cscnpb; 'probably ft more nervous creature does ?not exist. If surprised suddenly, or brought [to ..^- bay at closo quarters, it may bo too terror-stricken \ 'to attempt flight; then it bites, fnllowingii envious ?.'.? '.general rule which seems to obtain throughout nearly tlio whole animal world, from a passionate child downward,, no matter what the natural .j-- weapons of offence may bo. Young FdiiU will ?: keep thoir talons sheathed until they havo exorted nil possible force with their soft milk-teeth, and a lizard will seize the hand which restrains it, with : its insignificant little jaws, when its tail or claws ? might inflict far moro injury. The Jloxdw never. . ' use their constrictivo powers in self-defence (un less they are gripped), and it seems probable that if n vonomous snake's fangs lay in its tail, it would ?? use i...

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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Stray TSoics from tlic 5SelropoliH- Slit Honrj' Parkos is III agnin I Dr. Fisher, his. medical nttondant, hns ordered complete rest. A fooling ib about that Sir Henry will trouble tho political world verv littlo hereafter. If his tirao has como, it will be nn ominous day for Now South Walos. whoso progress enn by no' method of reasoning be flisnssoeinted from his nnme. If ho lenves us wo shall indeed be doso-' ? late, for I do not hesitate to sav thnt his equal is not forthcoming- at tho prosont time, and wo might— despito his faults— wnit a long timo ore we find his equal. The Government on Thurs day wore quite lost without him. nnd seomod just like a sohool without a mnster, and it is also said that they stand more ehanco of being defeated on Dr. Eonwick's Poresty Bill than thoy hnvo since tho coalition took placo. I was greatly odifiod this morning at seeing one of tho oldefit mombors of tho Houso, who is looked upon in Komo quarters ns a 'burning and shining light,' nnd who hns ...

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.—NO. IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

Hovicultuve. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIHY.—NO* IX. Bv K. W. Emmison M\cI\or,I'.I.C.,F.O.S.,&o. Author of' The Chcmhtm nf Aariciilture.' 'The method of limiting Gloucestershire oheeso, cither single or double, differs from that 'followed for Cheddar, inasmuch us the ourd 'is hot treated with hot whey. The variety known as 'single 'is made from a mixture .'of the .fresh morning's milk with that of the previous evening, after its cream lias been ro . moved; whilst that known as 'double' is prepared from the whole milk. Cheshire, SVilts, Somerset, nnd Dunlop cheeses are chiefly made of new unskimmed milk in ways slightly varying from the Gloucestershire process ; ' The Cheddar sytcm,' says Morgan Evans, ' seems to bo the ideal of clieescmak in all the English countries, and Scotch . Cheddars have taken the place of ' Dunlops ' in tho markets.' Stilton cheese is made from whole milk lo which the cream of tho preceding or night of milking has been added. The curd, when ?'?'. separated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

fcf McetltiRTS »?» be Held. Good templar's Iieftgo tneots at Nowra 'Sop' temfeor 28, 188S, *t 1? Tp m. JNtatam 1A|mj4 l»afollsli«*«very Thnrsilay Morning. 'THtr&SJftAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

IIl.twttKru Steam KlHviRatiou , Vomiiniijk '1TML TA1JJVE TroiiiS^ (&m» ^AtB* *'*» riom Giccii'noll ( Monday, i n in Thursday, iPoint. ( S a.m. lWIll S fabiir, 2Os; Kftiaii (t itbiis), 3©s; J, MANNING, Manngor. KiiKlisli Scottish uikI Australian ' Cii.iiteied.lEJ.uilt. mrni ivu^int^s nf this bank v,a\ foi iho fi Intuit he londuitnl in ilioNI W J'lffi MISTS mlunguDin- ticol i)-\ttholjiesl-jtoiian cliui\,h EOBT TINLAYSON* Managoi NVrara, 12th,Tammi-, 18S1 produce' agent, TjS3fJNLiAr ta i/ ^ riuur nri'OT, Y 1) N K Y ' JwiJ-E/JXl mJCilAJLJ-i J UJtlJ?! , f/«f- J/ioihi nwrf MulhjohnJ Commission Agent, su^snx spRTinr, ,I)otact-n Kin,; mil Mmkot Sheets, ?SJ UNI ) HAWKEN AND VANCE, Commission Agents, 10 J, Si ssr\ Sinn i, ELIIS~&~GbMFANfi AILWAY AUCiTON VJIODUCB DEPOT, 7Gi, Gcoi^o-sticil '?outhSjdnoj Cattle, *-!s«ei», and BSoisc &.itcsEtaeji. 3Tro-Iti-!c Auctioneers »ii-I Agents, for Iho ''ilo of Li\- Slock, l\irm mul Dany IJioduee, Wool, ^hix p--kinq, T illow , Hides,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

liOjCAIi IHTTEI.IilfiS-EM-CJG. Bead the Cambowarra concert programme in the present issue. Held Over. — Police Court, loador, and other items. Mr., B. Henry's tendora for timber, adver tised in this issue, will closo on tho 29th. Attention is renuosted to Mr. G. K. Waldron's sale of valuable town lots at Nowra to-day.': At the meeting of Nowra Council, hold on tho night of the 12th instant, the Aldermen pro sent' wore Messrs. J. Green (Mayor), Elyard, and, Graham. Tho business was of a formal character, being the passing of the wages account ; the passing of a motion empowering the Mayor to procure a new horse for the main tenance men ; the refering of a petition from Mr. Solwaj' to the Works Committee for report : and' tbJe passing of a motion to apjily to the Bench' for the extension of the operations of tho Dog Act to this district. Central Shoalhaven Municipal Cottn ' CIL.— Tho usual fortnightly meeting of tho above council held on tho 29th August, 1882. — Present: The Mayor, am...

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Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XXVIII (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

'? IKlovelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. ?'* A STOltY OF AUSTRALIA. 'BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. Aumon or 'that iultiOW rAitNusi;.' , . ' CIIAPTEK XXVIII (com'inuu)). -'Pshaw! — no\or mind the old boyl llo'b gelling soft in the head, I think !' ' IIo'k bliongei in the head — an' body too — than you'io like to bo nlhih ago, young innii,' ictuincd Crushei, ' and the long and Iho shoil of it is thnt, I won't have you a-comin' heio against liis will!' *; dli, come.l say ! — nonoof that, you know! You can't close the house to me, moio than anybody else.' ? ' I doesn't know about that, but I'll give oulcis that you am t to be served with any thing in it, at any rate. -Then you can sum monn me if you likes, nnd see what comob of it.' ' Oil, vciy-Moll ! Plenty moio houses than your's, if it comes to that, you know 1' and; whistling' Sweet LittloButteicup,' tho young follow took himself off. ' Don't often hear a landlord sondin' money out 'of his houbc !' said Cnisher, ns ho diew tho ccrk of n bottle of...

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Poetry. THE SKEIN WE WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

-^V - ? ll-oetvy-. , % , .THIS SKJiltf WE WIND. ' '' *' I1V OKOIIUK KMNUEL. If you nnd I to-day, ' - Should slop and lay ,' Ouc Hfo-worlc down, nnd lot our hands full i- whore 61ioy will — , Fall down to lh quita still — ' And if aomc other linnd should como nnd ' stoop to find The thrcnds wo carried, ho that it could wind, , Beginning whoio it stopped ; if it should como ? to keep Our me- worK. going; book To cany on the good design Distinctively made youis, 01 mine, ' , What would it find? Some work wo nuiflt be doing, truo or false; 1 Some' threads wo wind; bomo puiposc so . exalts' , Itself thnt we.look up to it, or down, , }, ,',' y vAs to a' eiown 1 ' -; To bow before, nnd wo weave the lliio,i(ls - Of 'different lengths nnd Ihicknojs'i— some* - ,?.' moro slnods — 1 ' ? - And wind thorn round Till all the skein of life is bound, Sometimes foigolthig nt the tn.sk ? * , ' To ask - Tlio value of the thionds, or clioos-o .. - i Strong stuff to use. ', ' No hand but winds sonio thre...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Old Scottish Memories. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

' ' MISCEIiliAiVEWUS. . m Old Scottish Memories. A gentleman, who was a. first-rate performer of Scotch mubio on the violin, was spending a winter at Exeter, when- ho soon made the acquaintance of tho leading musical residonts. During one day, with a .professor; the conversa tion turned on Scotch music, and its influence with the natives, and a strong argumentensuedbn its bearing competition with foreign music ; ? the Scotchman, whom we may designato the fiddler, insisted that, when properly played, tho national music at his country could not be excelled. The professor as warmly insisted it was only fit for.abarn yard. 'I'll 'toll you what,' says the fiddler, 'I'll lay you a bet of £5 that if a party of Scotchmen can_ be got together, I'll make them shed tears one minute, sing tho next, dance tho third.' 'Done,' says the professor, 'and if your music is capable of that, I will not only pay tho £5 with pleasure, but bo also convinced it is the most .enlivening, pathetic,, and best mu...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

: Parliamentary Summary. ? f Abridged from the Herald,) , ,The sitting m the Legislative Council on Wed nesday was a very short one. Several bills Were received fiom the Legislative Assembly ahcTread tho first time, and with the concurronco of the House the Supply Bill for appropriating , . £50,000 . from tho Consolidated Rovenue for railway station buildings, &c, was passed throne*!! all its Rtnn*fts. and roturno.d to tho Assembly. Tho only othor business was passing the third reading of tho Cudgogong Town Hall Bill In tho Legislative Council on Thursday last, leave was givon to bring in a bill to incorporate tho Congiogational Union of Now South Walos, and a bill to further' amond^tho Dower Acts, 3 and'4 William IV., c 105, anAJ*l4 Vic, No. 27. „ The bills, were thon brought in, nnd rend tho v fust time Hi Torry moved the second loading of tho Tamworth Gas and Coke Company's Bill. a After somo discu sion, tho motion was agreed to, 'the' bill was road tho second time, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

IIolloway's OixmrM' axtd Pilm — ' Coughs, InlluiMi/a —Tho soothing piopoitio-. ot lliose nipdii'iiinents ioikIpi them woll w 01 thy ot tiiul in 'Till disoises ol the 'lungs, lit Cbminnn colds, and influeni'a 'Tho Pills take intoinally and tho Ointmpnfc lubbeil o'xtouially aio pxecud lngly.cfficucioiis ^Wh'en infi,ueii/ia is epidemic this tioatmcnt is easiest sifost, aud suiost Hollowayy's'Pills'Tinfl Ointmenfpm iFj; the blnotl, lomovei all obstuictions to its ,fieo cnoulntion through tho 'lungX lohovb fthb bvoigoigod,iui tubes, and londoi lospnatiou fieo without loduc mg tho'stioifgth, iiiitahrigK*tlio noYves, 01 do piossing tho spirits Suoh aio ,tho loadyinoans of saVing ?'sultoun1!*; wfho'n 'afflicted with ' oOlds, coughs, bionchitis, and othoi complaints by which so many aio sonously and poimanontly afflicted m 'most countiios — Adv '' ?'No pent up Utica contiaots oui powoi^' may bo tiuly said ot ono ot tho most inv.iluiiblo piop.iiation fit modem tnnos, toi its,salosaio not cond...

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FOR THE FARMER. Farm Life as it Might Be. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

FOR TIIE'-pArtMEii. Farm Iiife as it Might. Be. It is not necessary in this ago of tho world for the farmer to rise in the middle of the night and begin his wrork. This getting up so early in the morning is a relio of barbarism. It has. made hundreds of thousands of young men curse the business. There is no need of getting up at three or four o'clock in the winter morning. The farmer who persists in dragging his wife ' and ohildren from their beds ought to he visited by a missionary. It is timo enough to rise after , ihe sun has Betihe example. In the old times thoy used to got up about throe o'clock in tho morning, and go to work long boforo tho sun had risen with ' hoaling upon hi-i wings,' and as a just punishment thoy all had the ague, and they ought to have it now Wlu'n j on i ibO at four and work till dark, what is hie woilh ° Of what uso is all tho nnpnned mathmon unloss it tends to givo tho tannoi ii littli uime leisure? What is harvesting i ow compnud with what it was in th...

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Cable Intelligence. Cairo, Sept. 17, 10.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

CaS*3e In-teHSi-ft-i-nee. (From the. Svdncxi Pininrs.\ Ciiiro, Sept. 17. 10.30 p.m. Tho British cnlvalry enterod thu city last night aftor a rapid march from 13olbois. Tho 'Egyptian garrison was surprised by tho sudden nn'naaranctV of tho British, and offered no resistance. Sir Garnot Wolsoloy, tlio Duko of Connaught, and tho Guards ontovod tho city to -lay. Arabi submitted unconditionally, and was immediately placed in custody. London, Sept. 17. An Ttaliiuv naval officer was citptuied at Fort A slum in Egyptian uniform. It is bolioved nt Stamboul that Arabi will bo removed to England. Alexandria, Sopt. 15. The attitude of tho inhabitants of Cairo towards Arabi at ouco changed on thoir learning that bo had boon' defeated by tho British troops. On his arrival at this city with the lemnant of his army he was polled by tho populace, and ?treated with every indignity. His enpturo ?is hourly anticipated. . Tho losses of Sir Garuot Wolsoloy's .forces at Tol-cl-Kobir aro groater than was a...

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SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882

SYDNEY. Wednesday, 1 r.M. In tho assembly last evening Sir John Eobortson moved that an address bo sont to tho Queen ?expressing congratulntfon at the success of tho British nrms in Egypt, nnd inviting tho Upper House to join in the same. Mr. Abigail informod the House that a writ having been sorvod agninst him for a statement mnrto oy Trim in reference to tho magistrates at Coota mundrn, ho intended to plend tho privileges of Parliament, ho having no personal fooling in tho matter, but merely noted under a sonso of duty. Mr. Slnttery withdrew his motion for the increase of Judges salary believing the Govern ment would bring the mnttor forward. Mr. Buchhnan's motion against paying gnol chap lains, as inconsistent with tbo abolition state and to religion, wns negntivod by 41 to 23. His resolution condemning the granting of titles on pooplo of this colony as not in nccord anco with the spirit and character of our democratic institutions wns lost by 32 to 3. Sir Henry's health continue...

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