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TO TAKE OUT MILK AND COFFEE STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
TO TAKi: OUI1 JIILK AND COltUC STAINS. . Tm:sp stains are veiy dillicnlt to lemovc, esijecially from light coloured and, finely finished goods. From woollen and mixed fabrics they nre taken out by moistening them with a mixture of ono part glycoiine, nine paits water, and one-half part aqua ammonia. This mixtuie is applied to the goods by means of a biush, and allowed to lemain for twelve houis (occasionally lenewing the moistening). After this time the stained pieces are pressed between cloth, and then lubbed with n clean lag. Drying, and, if possible, a little steam ing, is generally sufllciont to thoroughly remove the 'stains. Stains on silk gar ments which .are dyed with delicate colours, or 'finely finished, are moro difficult to ichiovc. In this case, five paits glycoiino are mixed with five parts water, and one quarter part of ammonia added. Before using this iriixturc it should be tried on some part of the garments whore it . cannot bo noticed, in order to see if tho mixture...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
ES ROWE has far s/lo a fine lot of SJ?OREV . PIGS, just &/f*tten. ? — ? -1 ???-—— ? ? ., The libels' Ml cmoriul Fund. * MRS. IBBLS ha ns been handed n Cheque for £23 7s by he Treasurer of tho above Fund, desires to -ox -rd6s hor doep gratitude to the Ladies and /io t|pinou who organised the concert, and othorw so conducod to its success, all testifying thoir fci d and generous sympathy ?with horsolf and fain y in thoir beroavomont. flf, O A? I C E. ? V rTIHERE iB now rimning at the hoad of Water JL fall Crcuk ftmSlho Sassafras, threohoudof HEIFERS, ubov4 4 VearXpld, branded with my original Stationvraml, Jm conjoinod. I believe them to bo nry cattlo r but if any person can provo a bottor chiinJ to them within 21 days from tho date hereof, bo mayhavo thorn by pay mont.of oxponses. I j/VJilES HENRY. ? Kowia. S'pt. (., 1S42. IV 4- 1 I C K. ^ A LICENSING CC UJtT in and fo tho dio J\. trict of Shofll ilm will bo hold nt tho Court House, Nowi , on TUESDAY, 20th Soptombor, instant,...
SOMETHING MORE IN THE MATRIMONIAL WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
^w^, ? SOMETHING MOKE IN- THE MATItf MONIAL WAY. Faco manly and noblo, , , Tondoi and kind, To domestic vntues Strongly inclined, _, Eyes giay or black — what oddb? , So they be true ; Whiskers oi no whiskeis. Steer clear of blue. Clean mouthed and Mssable — Emphasize hcie— ? . - No tiaco of tobacco, t , ' No smell of beer. v 1 Cigais no objection, Dog, or n hoiso, , * ?'?' , But slime his amusements, With wife, of couisc, Fine figure, athletic, * ^ , Firm nnd eicot, By natme intended For Clod's elect, „ ' * - Well lend and onhghtuned, ,, '',-.. Up with tho times, ' ' * Congenial companion, ' 'y Mind abovo dimes. A wojman'B lcliancc, - * ' Conio storm or shine ; , ' *, - Iden of home moro than Good placo to dine. A i' -% Not tempted to rovelb, ,. - t . Coming in late , i ' . « , reels ho must soinp virtues ', , f n',y Uecipiocatq, '?,,-? Free fiom piofanity -. v1 1 % * % lloait without guilq; „ r\; ',v l'uife, without innocence : S T ' , That is tho stylo, t ? ? ?„ - None of tho bla...
Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
Coiuanct'cial EsitcIBiffCiice. South Coast and West Camdcn Co operative Company (Uniitcd). Sydm.y Markei Phicls Bolow wo givo gonoral quotations. i s. d £ s d Butter, bost, per lb 0 1 1 to 0 2 0 S^Bneou, ditco 0 0 7 ,, 0 0 9 ?*Dittohct.v*, xndrough 0 0 5 ,, 0 0 0 Chec-c, per lb 0 $0 9 ,. 0 0 10 Piga, uIko 10 0 „ 3 0 0 Cahos each 0 8 0,, 150 Tildes, 0 8 0,, 100 CulMano, each 0 10,, 0 1 fi Tallow, pei ton Al 0 0 „ 31 0 Mai/o, pet bushel 0 4 5,, 050 Oats, ditto . 0 3 A „ 0 3 9 IIa\ (oaton) ]ioi ton 4 0 0 „ 8 0 0 Ditlo(lucoino)ditto 6 0 0,, 8 0 0 Potuloos ditto 1 0 0 ,? 5 0 0 Fowls, poi pan 0 3 6 „ 0 4 0 Ducks, ditto 0 4 6 „ 0 5 6 Gtebo, ditto 0 0 C „ 0 8 0 Turko\s, ditto 0 8 0 ,, 0 16 0 Eggs, per dozen 0 0 10 „ 0 10 Commoioial Stores, feusuo^-stioot, Sydnoy, Roptombor 10, 1882
THE RACE BETWEEN VESTS AND SCARVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
THIS HACK IIETW1SKN VKSTS AND KCAUVKH. Tin: giadual disappearance of men's nock wear is one of the most singulm circum stances of modern times. Not many years ago some philosopher discovered that tho piactico among men of putting from tlneo to seven shiits a week into the wash was loduoing multitudes to beggary, and keeping otheis in comparative indigence, and started a much needed movement. toward economy in this 10 spoct by inventing the ' flat seaif.' This aiticlc was at first about ten inche? in length, by six in width, and comfortably filled up tho space left open by. oven the lowost cut vests. Appreciating tho fact that the purchase of such piodigious structures inflicted quifo as onerous a burden upon necessitous young men as tho rapacity of washerwomen had afoictimedonc, tho humane inventor began to reduce the size of them, the result being, that tho human vest, following a familiar law of naliiie, be gan to add more buttons to itself, and to leave, year by year, less space ...
WHY IS OLD AGE UNLOVELY? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
WHS IS OLD AOE UNLOVKLY ? Whims the preachers aro all bidding us to pre pare to die, no teacher is there who enjoins on us the necessity of making preparation.' tor old age. A writer in the Art Interchange, in discussing this subject, Hiivs a fow truthful things regarding tho nnlovolincHS of old ago n« a rule. If wo aro to honour gray hairs, in it unreasonable to ask that ago shall mako itself to bo honoured? If porsonal prefor anccs must at all times be subordinated to tho claims of age, may wo not insist that ago shall at least so conduct itself as to entitle it to our respectful consideration? Much pity is asked of us for those burdened with Hie in firmities pf years, and it is represented as our duty to patiently hoar with thequoiulousncis, tho complainings and unreasonableness of those advanced in life. But wh) is it that tho old are for tho most part a compound of physical ill-being and mental decay? Of how many of tho aged can it be truly said that they are in no wise to blam...
Special Telegraphic Intelligence. MILTON. WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 21 September 1882
Special Telegraphic Intelligence. ]FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] MILTON. Wednesday, 7 p.m. &nbsp; The annual ploughing matches took place to- day on Miller's flats. The weather was pro pitious, and the attendance large. Judges: Messrs. J. Monaghan, J. Watson, and — Sim mons. The following are the winners :— John Martin 1st; John Ree, 2nd ; Charles Martin, 3rd; William Madden, 4th: Thomas Gould, 5th. Youths' Class— Johny Potty, 1st : Isaac Greer, 2nd. Fourteoe teams competed. — The Brass Band discoursed music during the afternoon, and attracted a large crowd. — The athletic sports were well patronised. There were no publicans' booths on tho ground. Everything passed off quietly.
RECIPES. YANKEE BAKED BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
RECIPES. YANKEE 11AKE1) IICANM. Tiiko a quart of beans (white onus nra beet) soak over night in cold water, boil next morning in snmo wntor until soft enough to cat ; then Bkim out into lienn-pot, put about ono iiounil of fnt salt pork in ccntro of beans, ono tublespnonful sugar, then cover with fresh water nncl bnko until night. Tlipy want to bnko slow, and not in too hot an ovon. Wo havo them for supper ; servo in bean-pot on table, tlioy can then ho sot in tno ovon, anil warineu over ns often as liked, and thoy won't dry uj\. In our town tho Imkers sund out enrts Sunday mornings with bnked beans, brown bread and Indian meal puddings, so you seo it is a favouriio dish with us in Yankceclom. Tho bnkcrs putthom into their ovuns at night, so thoy bako all night, and lira warm in the morning when sent out. You may not know what a Iran-pot is ; it is of In-own cm-then, tint bottom, flmiiH at top, with cover uml handle ; tlioy can bo baked in other deep dishes, hut they liako too fast, ...
Household. GOOD AND BAD TABLE MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
*lhousefoolt-. (IOOD AND DAD TABLE MANNEIIH. Some pcoplo cat instinctively with great ologanco; sc-mo never achiovo oleganco in ?these minor matters, but all should nlrivo for .?ill'.'. Thoro is no moro repulsive objeot than a pbjson who cats noisily, grossly, inelegantly. Dr.' Johnson is remembered for his brutal way of eating, almost as much as for his great learning and genius. With him, it was selfish preoccupation. X' 1D11 IllIU ILMLb ULU UllUII WILU nilYUl lUlMUn and forks ; or, if silver fish-knives are not provided, a pioco of bread can bu held in tho loft hand. Fish corrodes a stool knife. Never tilt a soup-plate for the last drop, or ostentatiously scrapo your plate clean. A part of table manners ahoubl be the con versation. By mutual consent, overyono should bring only the best that is in him to tho table. Thero should bo tho greatest caro taken in the family cirolo to talk of only agreeablo topics at meals. Tho mutual forbearance whioh prompts tho neat dross, the respect...
Science. CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
Science. CONSUMPTION. By Pitor. Tyndaltj. On the 21th March, 1882, an address of very sorious public import was delivered by Dr. Koch before tho Physiological Society of Berlin. It touches a question in which wo aro all at present interested — that of experimental physiology—and I may, therefore, be permit ted to give some account of it in the Times. The address, a copy of which has been cour teously sent to me liy its author, is entitled, ' The Jitiology of Tubercular Disease.' Koch iirst made himself known by tho pene tration, skill, and thoroughness of his re searches on the contagium of splenic fover. By a process of inoculation and infection, ho traced this terrible pnrasito through all its stages of development, and through its various modes of action. This masterly investigation caused the young physician to be transferred from a modest country practice, in the neigh bourhood of Brcslau, to the post of Govern ment adviser in the Imperial Health Depart ment of Berlin. From thi...
PARISISIAN LIARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
I'AIUSIAN LIAHS. Galignani's Messenger says : During tho early part of the campaign in Mexico, a French corps was encamped for somo time near a wood swarming with parrots. Every morning at daybreak the bugles sounded the notes of tho air to wliich havo boon set the well-known words : * , As-lu-vu ' ' ? La casqucite, la casquctto ? As-tu-vu La casquetto du per Bugcaiid ? ' and the parrots soon made their leafy resort resound with a perfect imitation of the tune. It has been handed down from father to son, and wo learn that some French travellers who recently passed through the forest ' wero greatly, and very naturally, astounded by hearing tho air — As-tu-vu ? La casqucttc, la casquetto ? As-tu-vu , ? . La casquette du per Bugoaud I admirably rendered from tho trees around them. — Detroit I'rcc Press. 'UOANO NAN,' A NKW CHINESE 11EMEUY. The learnod Abbe Lesserteur has forwarded to the; French Geographical Society a pam phlet on tho 'Hoang Nan,' a plant used in Tonquin ia cases of hyd...
HIDING AN ALLIGATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
ltlDINd AN ALLIGATOK. On last Saturday morning a sceno took place at Lake Lockloosa Station on the Peninsula Railroad, Florida, whioh for genuine excite ment and sensation will completely lay in the shade the best Spanish bull-light on record. A party of men on tho wharf saw a large alligator about a hundred yards out in the pleasant breeze was making. Some of the party got into a boat, carrying with them a small harpoon hook, and rowed out to tho alligator. ? When in convenient distance tho harpoon was thrown, and with unerring shot made its way into tho beast just behind the. right foro leg. No sooner than this was done, and while the alligator was raging in the' waters in its most powerful efforts to release itself, ono of the party, a Mr. Posey, a man probably 50 years of ago, leaped into the lake, swam to the rearing and surging monster, got upon its back, grabbed it around the neck and rode it to land, amid the shouts of thoso who wero fortunate enough to witness tho exciting ...
Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
Stioalhaveu Police Court. At the Court of Petty Sessions, held at Nowra on Tuesday, Sept. 19, before Messrs. B. Brown, J. Glanville, and John M'Arthur, Js.P., Charles Russell, alias ' Black Douglas,' for having been drunk at Terrara on the 18th instant, was fined 10s, or 48 hours in the lock-up. The same offender was found guilty of making use of obscene laneuaee. and was fined 40s. or one month in Wollongong jail. M'Mullin v. W. Chapman, Ulladulla ? The summons in this case was for the wrong court, defendant's residonce being at Ulladulla, where Courts of Petty Sessions aro held M'Mullin v. Thomas Musgrave. Medical attendance, £2 10s.— The plaintiff in this case, a practitioner in medicine and surgory in this dis rfct, .deposed that defendant promised to pay jo fee and acknowledge on the day of the sale 'of defendant's houBohold effects* that tho item was duo. Service of summons provon. Vordiot ?Jtor plaintiff, with costs. (Saino v. John Lamond.— (Mr. M'Arthur did not adjudicnto in...
Miscellaneous. INCONGRUOUS FANCIES IN DREAMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
flDiscellaneous. rNCONGRUOHS FANCIES IN DREAMING. In a work published by Dr. Symonds, of Eng land, tho author tells us that, in sleep — with the muscles relaxed, the senses at rest, thought and voluntary motion in repose — the work of the organic functions goes on, tho blood cir culates, is purified by respiration, and, for the timo'being, the body lives tho life of a vege table. But there are varied degrees of sleep. Some of our senses may bo comparatively waiietui, wnnst outers are in sound repose. In this state one organ may receive impres sions that will excite activity of association in others more or loss wakeful. It is this in complete state of sleep, this semi-repose of tho faculties, which produces dreams. Dr. Macnish, ' happening to sleep in damp sheets, dreamed he was dragged through a stream.' Dr. Symonds witnessed in his sleep what he thought was a prolonged storm of thunder, which he was afterward able to trace to tho light of acandlo brought suddenly into the dark roo...
Sketcher. SHOPPING IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
Sftetcbey, SHOPPING IN MELBOURNE. Thinking that tho fair portion of the colony would like to know what one of their sex — lately arrived from tho centres of fashion in Paris and London— thinks of shops and shop ping in Melbourne, we have been permitted to publish tho following oxtracts from a letter sent homo recently by a well-known now arri val j who is making a tour through tho colonies, to a relative who intends coming out Hero to settle, on account of delicacy of constitu tion : — ' Deau F., — In my first letter, written as soon as I had got off my sea legs, as Bertie calls feeling that you are not rolling about, I gave you my first impressions of this town as regards tho buildings and people wo saw during a drive round tho place. Sinco then wo have been visiting several families on the strength of our introductions, of which Bertie only used those he learned from a fel low-passenger, an old resident of Melbourne, were worth presenting, and, so far, wo have not found ourselves ...
Agriculture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. BY OLD COLONIST. FEED FOR TIMES OF SCARCITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
..:'.;:2l(jrf culture. STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. BY OLD COLONIST. FEED 1'OB TIMES OP SOAnCITY. Tho certainty with whioh serious turns of dry weather como upon us in Australia havo to bo calculated for by all classes, and by none more closely than settlers upon now land. It is not only scarcity of water ho lias to pro vide against, although an abundance of that will bo the very iirst consideration of every thoughtful man. We havo but to look ihiumiu uo, in 1111 puim ui Liiu uuiuny, iu suu tho disastrous effects of not having water in such positions for stocks that they can havo all that is necessary without exhausting themselves in the efforts to search for water. Even in cases where it was obtainable at a distance, by travelling three or four times a week, the effects of such journeys, upon both cattle and sheep, becomes painfully evident. .- Investigation will prove that a very largo pro portion of tho losses amongst small flocks of breeding sheep, and milking stock, arc trace ablo...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
TO THE EDITOR Of THE BBOALnATEX TBLIQJUPB. SlR,-rFinding it is supposed I allowed my name to be placed on the ballot-papera as a can didate for election to the Committee of the Shoalhaven Agricultural Society, 1 beg to state that I know nothing about how, or why, my name came to be placed on the list, as I am not a member of the Association at present, and novor was a member ; consequently would not havo boen_ eligible had I been eleoted as one of the committee. I may also state that I did not receivo a ballot-paper. Tours, etc, H. HEAD. Cambewarra, Sept. 26, 1882.
MOUNTAIN REGULATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882
MOUNTAIN REGULATORS. I1Y COL. OliOHOB W. BYMONDS. My iirst introduction to the Regulators was romantic, and decidedly dime novelish. Although I had had considerable oxporionco in mountain work, my acquaintances wore chiolly 'moonshiners.' I had hoard much about the strength of the now vigilante order, but gave littlo credence to the marvellous stories that wero told respecting tho solidity, respectability, and discipline of that famous mobocracy whioh has ruled mountain Ken tucky for tho past four years with an iron hand ; — which has committed many outrages, mado many mistakes, but, withal, rendered thq mountain counties safe to live in, and driven out tho desperadoes and outlaws. Tlio agent for my divison, early in tho month of June, 1878, sent me 011 a mission of invportance into one of tho rich blue grass counties, which county, by tho way, boasts of moro pretty women, fast horses, fat Dur hnms, and fine whiskey, than any spot of like size in tho world. Reliable information had ...