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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Illawnrra Stcnnt Xuvisatioii. Com pany. ? STEAMfilVS TIME TABLE. 'jP n 0 M S II 0 A L n A V. E N , Momluy, G a.m. TTJuusrtay, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday n-»«l' Friday, at II i».m. All nioiils supplied (luring tlio passages of tho stoamors froo of clinrgo. ? ...... Tho Steam Droghers, undercharge of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tho Shoalhayon Itivor in connection with the Sydney stonmors. , E. MANNING.' English, ScuttiKli, ami Australian . Cliartcred Bank. / . A' BRANCH of this Blink is no^.OPEN 'afc- J\. NOWKA,' Shoalluivoii, iiV ' t-Sip.iiovnry premises, for tlio transaction of all Wunl, bunk ing business. '?!' ' ' ' ? i JOHN 'DOWLING, -'Manager..!'1 Sydney, 5th Juno, 1878. . , ^ 1 . . . , Wanted to Ih! liuowii. : ! W JONES, Collins-street, ICinina,:. lifts' ? Horses and Vehicles EOR TIT HE. Ho is prepared. to run botweoji Wollongong. and UUadulla. Also, that ho is a'cash purchasor of Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, i ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar for June. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

'Weekly Calendar fi»r June. Moon's Age. . Now Moon 8th, at 8.0 a.m. First quarter.. 16tJi, ato.56 a.m. ;. Full Moon ? 22nd, at ll.50p.in. Lastquartor. . 29th, at 8.2 p.m. T;,„„ I. r — Son ? 1 I High water atShoal ? - ? I Rises. Sola, j ? havon'Heads. ' I n. m. n. m. a. jr. r. jr. '3 6 59 4 57/ '4 23 4 53 *4 . 6 59 4 57 '5 23' ' 5''50 : :fl 7 0 4 36 ' 6 14 ' 6 37 , -0 ' ' 7 0 4 51! 6 59 ' 7 21' ''7 7' 1 4 56 ' 7 41 8 1 '8 ' ' 7 1 4 56 ' 8 21 8 40 9 ' I 7 2 4 56 8 59 9 18

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Gardeners' Calendar. .TUNE. Tnn rainy season has generally set in by this time, and in Miuopartdof thecountry operations aro considerably retailed from this cauRe. The benefit to be derived from an efficient tjyrtcm of drainage will now be apparent. Kjtchen Gauden.— Sow the early kind of peas; also beans, carrots, radiahew, parsnips, oniona, salad, spinach, &c. Keep the hoo at 'work in advancing crops. Proceed with dipping and' trenching, as before recommended, taking advantage of dry weAthcr to manure the gronnd. laowER waroes.— L'ontmuo tranBpjantmp, and attend to tho cnttinga planted last month. 'Weeds grow apace this month, and will requiro constant attontion to keep down. Bulbs, herbaceous plants, and flowering ahrubs mav bo planted. Adrantapo should bo taken thip month to lay «lown grass for plots and lawns. The rcmainiug dahlias should be taken up and stored. Fp.oit.— Pruning should now be proceeded with : as it i? a work requiring a good deal of judgment v.id experie...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF COOKERY. Boa tino.— It Is very common to find things that are proverbially oaay to do, lena well dono than thoso of acknow ledged difficulty, simply booausa it Is taken as a - forogono conoluelon that no art at all is required. Yot, no Mrs. Ckmp Bays, ' Thore'n art iu nticklng in a pin.' And in roasting meat, although it will bo a now idea to many, thore is at least tho art of simplicity, -if I may so spoakj; and Brlllat Savarin says : 'One may bucomo a cook, but must be born a roaster,' whioh Implies that geniuD is required to roast woll ; howovor, common-sense and a persevering attention to rules aro not bad substitute:!. It is tho common praotlce to put u quantity of water in tho pan with meat to roast, and, to mako a bad thl.-ig worse, tho joiat is thickly prodged with flonr. On asking n oook who had thrown a handful of flour over a sirloin of boot aud then pourod a quart of water into tho pan with It, what was the objeot of suoh immersion, Biddy answer...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Lord's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

. Bj A WEO US. , The ILord'a Prayer. ?pro you ever think. short though it is, how ?much there is in it? Oil, it is beautiful ! Like a diamond in tho crown of the Queen, it unites a thousand sparkling geins in one. ?—Our Father. It prompts us to raise our thoughts and desires above earth — Who art in Heaven. It tells us that wo must rovorence our Heavenly Father — Hallowed, be Thy Name. It breathes the saints' reward — Thy king dom come. And a submissive obedient spirit — Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. And a dependent trusting spirit — Give 11s this day our daily bread. And a forgiving spirit — Forgive us - our | impasses as we forgive those who trespass ? against vs. And a cautious spirit — Deliver us from evil. And last of all, an adorning spirit — For thine' is the kingdom, ami the power, and the glory for ever and ever. Amen.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENTIFIC GYMNASTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

SCIENTIFIC GYMNASTICS. Exercise, to be boneflciat in the highest sense, should be for itself alone ; it must not bo work in any BenBO ; it should pursue its own objeota, and no other ; it should be made a pleasure and not a labour ; it should bo utterly divorced from ulterior notions of economising expended powers ; aud thia should never more firmly be inBisted on than iu the case of those abnormal ereaturoa who Bay they take no pleasure exoeptiu use ful work. The theory of Boientifio gymnaatica iB dirooled to bring about threo qualities iu tho tissnoa. 1. BosponaivoneBa ; 2. Endurance ; 3. Strongth. Tho first of these ia displayed in sappienoBB or agnny. xue muscle ia well under tho oontrol of the will ; it rea ponda at onoe, with promptness, an'd to tbo required oxtont. The quick blow of the prize-lighter, tho oxaotly graded and light ning-like motion ol the swordsman, are ex amples. Not only is tho nervoUB message transmitted from the central organ to the muacle with the ntmoBt r...

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 — 3 June 1880

JLr 53 p A ^ TI/TB. TIIOMA 4 WRSIIALL.i ' /Sblicitoi? _LtJL Notary, etef of Kiama, will visit Shoals liavon on WEDNIiSfMY.NEX'lV and'. may-bo' Consulted at Moss' Clntral'Hotel, Greonhillsif..''' HOUSES and OAih^iE can hn takon on 'tlio Parma Enclo/y ' IE! mi. PinB ,gruss and water. Apply / . ' / J. M. BHOWN, f - Parma. - Cliuireli of Efiyiaiiil, Xowra.v A BAZAAR, iti |i(J of tho Funds of tho above Cliui/h, Ivll bo hold in the BANDv HALL, NOAVBA J oi/Sfi-TUBDAY NEXT, -tho nth iiist. 'Doors optp from 2 p.m. till 10 p.m.' Admission PBEE. I ' *' v-, . To Wliom Jt M«y Concern. THERE in now n lining on my farm, and has been for thf 1 st *vo months, a Chestnut El.LLY, brand eJ 11 l1 ol off Hhouldor. If not claimed within f-ivoi dif's, will bo sold to pay oxnonsns. I ' I ^ , JUSTIN, Cabbagotroo Creole, Juno 2, 18S0. SI # T I C JI3-- . 't 'a';ri)S. JOSEPH EORSI^TH, Exeeutris in ?iTtii . tlio l'^taki_oU^io /t o Aloxmulor M'lCon zio, having iustrneyM wo undorsiguod to sell all .tho personal or...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. WHAT ROUSED SILVER CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

iwnrar. ' , WHAT ROUSED SILVER CITY. The followiug item appeared in tho Lijmi ' S County Times of Saturday morning :— ? , | ' Silvor Oity will not be hurt by tlio now .. , | ! railroad ; nor will it bo bonofittod. A grave- v,;' 8 yard oannot be aflooted by a railway two | miloB away.' | Shortly before noon it was evident to the | most oasual observer that some unusual ex- |' oitement was afoot among the oitizons of p; Silvor. At 12.20 a deputation of the leading T men of the town woro sent to ontor tho front | door of tho Times oflloe. A moment lator J Mr. Pioootto, the editor, wan observed to olimb | out of tho baok window bare-lieadod and in p liio ahirt-sleevos. Ho turned his Btopa to- I wards Gold Hill, nnd progreaaod at the rato of I ten milea per hour. - Tho ontiro population, neoompaniod by all tho doga, followed Mr. , Piocotte. It took him but a few minutes to ;paBB through Gold Hill, and reach Virginia. Ho waa last Boon flashing through Six-milo Canon. To-day a flag of truo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTURES IN THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

PICTURES IN THE FIRE. J owinw JNornn, como horo, and look into tho fire ; Torhapa in its ombors good luok wo may see; But don't oome too near, or your glances so burning, Will pat it oloan ont, liko tho sunbeams, maohroo 1 ' Jusk look 'twlxfc tho bars whore tho blaok I sad is smoking ; | There's a swoot littlo valley, with ri vol's | nnd trees, ' I And a houso on tho bank, quite as big as tho j squire's— j Wh° knows but somo day wo'll havo somo- j thing liko those f ' ' And now thore's a eoaoh with four gallop ing horses, A ooaahman to drive nnd a footmau j behind ; That shows that somo day we'll koop a lino earringo, And fly through tho streets with tho speed of tho wind.' As Dormott was speaking, tho rain-drops I oame hissing Down tho wide ohimuoy. The firo wont out; , .- Whilo mansion and river, nnd liorsos and carriage, All vanished in smoko-wroaths that whirled them about. Thou Norah to Dormott this speooh softly whispered: ' 4 'Twero bettor to do than idly dosiro ; And ono lit...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Licensing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

The Uccimlng Still. Tee following lottor— which wo clip from' , Thursday's Herald — by Mr. G. D. Clark, on tho' ' subjoct of tho Liconsing Bill now boforo Pnrlia mont,' is worth tho porusal of thoso who bestow any thought on such matters : — : The comprehensive character of tho bill now boforo Parliament is in itsolf an ovidon'co of ii desire on the part of tho G'ovornmont to grapplo with the serious evils of intomponineo, and to' . bring our publio-houso system more into hnr- f mony with public roqu'iremonfs.i Of courso thoro aro those who will persist iii saying that men cannot bo mado sober and moral by Act of I Parliament, but as inon can bo mado drunken' and immoral by a system undor tlio protection of law, I think tho converse' of this is oqnally truo. As intimated in a previous lottor, several of tho provisions of tho now bill aro in tlio liigli-' ,, est degree satisfactory, aud aro well calculated, if strictly enforced, to reinovo some of tho worst forms of intoinpornaco fro...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

MISGELIjARTEOUS. J Mu. 0nAni.Es. M.L.A., and Mr. S. W. Gray, M.L.A., will prouood to England on Juno 17, i per R.M.S. Australia. Mr. Oliurlos will resign Ins soat iu Parliament on tho day of his depar ture, and it is likolv that Mr. Gray will resign on the samo day. Throo candidates aro already iu tho field.— Tolograin from Kiama to R. News. Latest About the ICellys. — Tho latest news regarding tho ICollys is (states the Bonalla Standard) that tlio polico authorities are fully uwuru oi tuo position ot tho gang, tho neigh bourhood boing tho Stiathbogio Ranges, which covors a largo oxtout of country. Tho particu lar spot soloctod by tho outlaws seoins to bo ono that commands a view of tho country for inilos around. Tho polico have boon stationed in tho vicinity for some timo past, but aro poworloss to capture thoir moil on account of tho difllcultioB in tho way, as ovory inovo of tho polico can bo watched, and any attoinpt to capture is evadoil by an immediate withdrawal of tho gang i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable Intelligence. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Cable Inl«mi|!;c'iicc. {From the Herald.) London, May 27. In accordanco with the notification continued in tho Queou^ speech of tho intention of tho Government to introduco a bill dealing with pub lic burying grounds, a measure was brought forward oil tlio subject in. Parliament this ovoniug. Tho bill, which was introduced in tho House o'f Lords by, Lord Solbourno (Lord High Chancellor),' proposes to permit tho burial of . Dissenters in church-yard comotcrios Without tho Church of England service boing read on tho . occasioni as has liordtoforo beon necessary. 'Lho match .between the Australian cricketers and oiglitoon of Rochdide district wiis commenced to-day ut-Rochdala. Tho progress of tlifi match' has been considerably' impeded in cotiseqUenco: of tlio weather; The Eighteen went in first, and at tho closo of an hour's play, had scored '15, with the'lossjof eight, wickets.': : ' Play. was at . this point, stopped for tho day, a succession of heavy showers rondoring a continuance...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Barrangarry Falls on Moss Vale Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Itarrungarry IFnlls «-n DIokn Vale ? Monti. ? : Entrcuiccil X giizc,— tho miMimo inspirhip minc limits on iny .vision, what pristine Hplenilouv lies ' Untomb'tl iitur; iind yon' tortuous crugs tlmt rise, Durlcsome, nnil stem, in imturo'ii inn.ie.it ic slleon, . O'er the cleft iibysm ; lmlmv,:limv hriglit yon pcreen ' 'NVliere clomlieU 1-e.Ht awhile, O lvomlronH sifflit, to see, ' Tlic mighty torrents leap, the Hood of waters frco ;' Ono slii'tit of limpid- i'1-jvtul, ivitli tfi-iuulenr tsecii, Mngnilleent ; wlien from lliu (mvering steep, - ' Tl\e rushinff current, with impcUmuH sweep, 1 Uoth madly o'er, the eliify fretwork bold. ? - : A thousand rills their spnrldinp Rems nnfold ;'. : ' ' ; Ah herfi'OoQJa nmster hand; eternal tnlefcs show, ' ' ' ?- Oroat Architect, — where e'er we (raze,' above, below. . SI, Nowra. . . . ,

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF BEQUESTS. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 25. (Before Messrs. Z. G. Bice, B. Brown, John Glanville, H. G. Morton, and Donald M'Lean.) Jane Aitkins v. James Callyer. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

. COURT OF REQUESTS. Nowiia, Tuesday, May 23. (Boforo Mossrs. Z. G. Bico, B. Brown, John Glanvillo, H. G-. Morton,: and Donald M'Loan;) Jano Aitkins v. Jamos Collj'er. Ibis was an action brought by tho complaiii I ant; ; a widow .residing on a farm at Cabbago ?treo Creok, -Nowra, to -recover a mall and seven .(iron) wodges,- alloged to. bo illegally detained by tho dofondant. - '.-.'v ? . Dofondant,. by his Solicitor, Mr.. Alfred Roborts, pleaded that ho had uovor takon tho implomonta montionod, and had not used them. Thoovidonce of complainant, and thatof liorson and daughtor, was hoard, but most of tho state ments woro unfit to bo i-ocoived as ovidonco, boing bused on tho testimony of somoono absent from Court. From siich of the evidence as was lntolligiblo, it appeared that ono Christopher Williams had borrowed a cross-cut saw, a mall and sovon wedgos from tho com])lainant. Williams did not roturn any of tho borrowed tools, but complainant's son 'had takon the saw homo to his mot...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE. BY MAUD HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE. By Maud Hamilton. Voyager upon life's sea, To yourself bo true, And, whate'er your lot may be. Paddle your own canoe. Never, though the windB may ravo, Falter nor look back, But upon the darkest wave Leave a shining track. Nobly dare the wildest storm, Stem the hardest gale ; Brave of heart and Btrong of arm, You will never fail. When the world is cold and dark, Keop an aim in view, And towards the beacon-mark Paddle your own canoe. Every wave that bears you on To the silent shore, From its sunny Bource haB gone, To return no more ; Then let hot an hour's delay Cheat you of your due ; ' * ^But while it is called To-day Paddlo your own canoe. If your birth denied you, wealth. Lofty state and power Honest fame and hardy hoalth Aro a bettor dower; But, if thoae will not j-ufHce, Golden gain pursuo, And, to reach the glittering prize, Paddle your own oanoe. Would yoi\ wrest the wreath of fame From the haud of fate S Would you write a deathless name With the good a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Contribution. The Licensing Meeting at Nowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Original ('oiitrBBtiitioii. The Iiicenxing Meeting at Mowra. [ IT. is otton thought that ono of tho best modes of preserving tho purity of our national institutions is to keep thoir transactions opon to public inspection. In this work is to be soon ono of tho bonofits of a well-conducted local nows papor. Not being connected with tho editorial or reporting staff of this journal, I may say that in this rospoct tho .Nowra Tcletjraph is acquitting itsblf woll.as a roportorof local traa suctions^ In tho opinion of many poopla its report of tlio recont mooting and work of tho Licensing Bonch was one of bxtromo intorbst. T aui very , 'much' inclined to think that the fivo magistrates who granted tho hconso to 'Mr. J ones,, do not look upon tho record of, that day as ; uinongst the most glorious they will havo to 'preserve m tho story of their lives, to bo told to posterity. : Surely something within . thorn, something bonoath the smiles with which they tossed off thdpotitiou of tho pooplo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sketcher. LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] LIFE ASSURANCE. H Xw present ago is cssontially one oi contrasts and oxtremoa. Tlio old humdrum, respectable cxistonco which marked tho boginning of tho century haa givon placo i to a fovorish, adventurous, luxurious, and ambitious spirit. Mon now-a-daya aro not oontont to follow in tho old grooves. Tho son is not satisfied to toad in tho well-worn footsteps of his father. Improvement, progross, increased prosperity — these aro. tho influences whioh now govorn society; thoso aro tho inspirations whioh propol modern ? civilisation. ? Naturally this is nn oxtravagant and ' luxurious ago. Men work hard to earn thoir earnings with a lavish freedom whioh would havo horrified our worthy progenitors of tho old plodding timos. Fortunes aro , now mado,_and spont, as a matter of oourso ; i and men riso and fall with tho regularity . of a bnrometor. All this, whilo it points to increased rcBourcos of prosperity, nono tho less argues a recklessness whioh, woro it not provided against _ by t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY. JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. Terrara, Tuesday, Joke 1. The abovo Council met at tho usual placo on Tuesday last. Presont— tho full Council, excepting Aldorman Emory. Tho minutos of previous mooting woro road and confirmed. Correspondence outwards comprisod two letters to Mr. John Rosoby, M.L.A., the first on tho subject of tho rojocted Library By-laws, and requesting that ho ascertain why those of Torrara, — whioh woro a transoript of Nowra By-laws— liiul boon rojootod as illegal, whilo thoso of Nowra had beon confirinod ; tlio soooud letter directed attontion to tho in iderjuato width of- the nowlanoto tho publio-wharf in course of construction at Grconwoll Point, and also tho inadequate size of tho wharf itself. Iu Committee of Fiuanco anil Works, tho undermentioned items wero ordered to bo . paid ;? W. It. Elyaril, & Go.,- timber; £8v3s 2d; 11. : Hewitt, sorvico of ratepapers, :£2 :10s; Airs. Somorvillo, £1 ; D. Pollock, & Co., fencing, £21 14s 7^1. Total...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Agriculture. THE USES OF THE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

[?] THE USES OF THE POTATO. Is Franco tho farina is lnrgoly^utmd foi oultuRry purposes. Tho famous gravios, saucen, and Boupa ot Franco aro largely indebted for their oxcclleneo to that source, and tho bread aud pastry equally so, whilo a (?rent doal of tho oo-csllod cogmio, imported into Engltmd from Franoo, la distilled from tho potato, Throughout Germany tho samo .uses are common. In Poland tlio manufac ture of spirits from tho potato ia u most extensive trado. 'Stettin brandy,' well known tn mimmBrr.Q. Ih lsrcolv Imnortnd into England, and in sent from tbonco to many of our foreign possessions as tho produoe of tho grape, and is placod on many a table of England as the same ; while the fair ladles of our country perfume thotnoelves with tho spirit of potato under the designation of can do Cologne. But there aro othor uses whioh this esculent is turned to abroad. After extracting tho farina,' tha pulp is manufac tured Into ornamontal articles, suoh as picture irames, snuff boxes,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Essays. FAMILIARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 June 1880

feap. FAMILIARITY. Oe nil the sources of bad manner B, wo know of nono -so prolific and ..pomioious as the lioenoo of familiarity. Thore . is no one among our readers, wo proBUmo, who has not known a villngo or a noighbourhood'in whioh nil tho pooplo oallod ono anotlior by thoir first or Christian nanioo. Tho 'Jim,' or ' Ohnrloy,' or ' Mollio,' or ' Fanny,' of tho yonng days of Bohool-lifo remain tho Bamo until thoy tottor into tho gravo from old age. Now, there may bo a oertain amount of good fellowship and liomoly friendliness in this kind of familiar address, but thoro is not a nartiolo of nolitcnoBB in it. It is all very well, within a family or a oirolo of rolativoB, but when it is carried outside, it ia intoler able. Tho courtesies of Jife firo carriod on at arm's length, and not in n fiuniliar embraoo. Evory gentloman has a right to tho title, at least of ' Miator,' and every lady to that of ' Miss ' or '? MiBtress,' even whon the Christian namo is used. For an ordinary frien...

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