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NO WEATHER PROPHET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882

. ' I'-'-'..1 KO WHAT1IEII l'HOl'HET. . ,'; ' '?: A LowEiii, man, a gentleman, and a scholar, : :- '?'-??.:? figures tho weather problem in this wind : .':'?: Therois a largo amount of uuow yet on ' the, hills, and in the forests to tho windward of lis, '??-/, and we shall not havo warm weather until . !: .. this molts, and it cannot molt until wq. have '? ?' somo warm weather. Consequently, when1 it ? ' j '. comes to prophesying, ho gives it up.— liOwcW : Citizen. ' ? . . . -. .. ;-;V .-/::.?- v'i'* ?:';!?'? 'S:,'.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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BALANCING THE ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882

IIALANOlNci THE ACCOUNT. . ? '.' . . . .. -. 'No ono has a right to find fault with ''.??.'..'. another unless ho credits him with his good . ...' qualities, otherwise it would bo keoping books, of debt without predit,' said Deacon Solumto Dan Pelterj, liojtili /residents of a lively, littlo town in Maine. ?'?.'? . ?? ; '. ? . ' . . . ?? '?' Wall, then, Deacon,!' answered Dan, 'I'll givo yo .credit fur. boin' a good smokor, arid. I'll. Hum havo or right tor charge, yo with bor-, rowin' too much torbarkcr off from' mo.'— : - ? Exchange: ' ' ' ' .' ' .'?' ' ;',;

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PRAYER AND GLASS BALL SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882

i pilAYEK-AND.QTiASS I!A£li;l-lI00TINOV^:; ','??'' ' To a ropbrtor who asked for the resUlt of ;tho ;; glass ' ball shooting of the . Leatherstooking ; ? ' Gun Club, of Oswego, a member answered : ' 'No, sir; wo are not 'going to' toll: you v fellows anything more about; thoso- scores. We are going to 'put them in tho' secretary'ii : ? hands, and he'll have' instructions what; to: j; V (rivoyou. Hero I co ui) to church- and try to- \; pray every \ Sunday. I get ? down on': my . Knees after my name has been in the papor iis ;: ' ,?.??: :. winning first monoy, second jnorioyV or,: third '?' f iiionoy, and. tlio first tiling I know, .somebody'^.! ':;:? : H looking'down on ino and saying :'.-? V.Tlirirq's '/-':-:.%'; that darn: cuss down; on. his knees .praying -v ?; after ho's been gambling all thoweek/jiindl : ;?' : don't likoit.' . ???'-'? .??? ??'?. :; ..v::' .' ?.'.?-' A a'.:.'.-;; '?': ? So the gentleman wouldn't tell tho' reporter ':?:- anything about tho shoot; but told hiih abo...

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POOR BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 28 September 1882

POOlt llllili.'-. ' ''?''''.' :???' '-'?-?'''??'??.'.'???'.'.':.' LuDiciioua things will sqinotimos happqri.: in ? . ;;- ! the most solemn places. I venturo' to. givo V:. the following, hoping that it may 'not dis-'.' '? please tho most proper : ' .,:'.' ;??'.? At the funeral of a certain well-known . meinb& of tho San Franoisco bar in 1808, tlio; preacher failed to indulge in tho usual 'harm- ' -.?' '.'':_. less diversion of eulogizing tho deceased— -y ; . U111V Al-Mlllll^ tllU 1U£UUIL UULlliL llblim... -U.J1U\ ,?. .' ? ' omission was noticed and keenly felt by a ? friond of tho i departed. 'Poor BihY'saidliu,' - ;; as ho took his last look at': his old ohiim, his : ?; ; voice trembling with omotiohi 'you ; aridl' :. ' . have often wandered over tho town together; v I supposed I would havo been called away ; ?'?..';?. first; I wish I had. It has been : ordered otherwise.' Thon, after looking . sternly a moment at the derelict clergyman. 'in. the pulpit, ho added, 'I hint th...

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STANDARD TIME FOR THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

STANDARD TIME FO11 TUB WOULD. At ono of tho sessions of the American So ciety of Civil Engineers in Washington, a re port on tho standard time waa presented by Mr. Sanford Fleming, chairman of a com mittee ' appointed to inveatsgato the subject at a meeting of the society in Montreal /last year. Iri response to the request of tho society, at its meeting in January, the committee has sub mitted to a largo number of persons directly interested in the matter, tho following scheme lor uiu uHbauiioiiinuiiu ui u ^nuiu uiuiiuiiwi, and an uniform standard of time, with a series of questions to which replies were requested. To these questions some hundreds of replies wero returned, 97 per cent, of tho writers ap proving of the schoine, and 92 per cent, favouring a numbering of the houra from 1 to 24 consecutively. The scheme under discussion proposes : .First— To establish one universal standard time, common to all peoples throughout the world, for the use of railways, telegraphB, and steamb...

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Science. RARE DONE MEAT INJURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Sdence. ?. I1U1E DONE MEAT INJOHIOUS. TirmtE arenoindicationa that the mania for undercoolced beefsteaks ia on the decline ; in restaurants, only such aro served. This re fers to robust people, but woakly persons con tinue to patronize pounded raw chops and Bteaks, and the juice of uncooked meat. M. TouBsaint exposes the grave dangers of patro nising such a dietary, as, if the meat be un sound, tho germs of disease will inevitably pass into tho system. He states no contagi ous malady possesses greater virulence than tubercular affectiona, or conaumption, and that iB the form of tho disease most to bo on countered in meat sont to tho market. :In the Blaughter-houses, an ox, etc., is not re jected as unfit for food, unless the lung bo entirely affected, but gray granulations may still exiBt and produce infection. M. Tous saint took the lung of a cow not very muoh affected with consumption ; he placed it under a pres3 and collected tho juice ; he inoculated rabbits and young pigs with ...

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Sketcher. A SPECULATIVE SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

SHetcbey. A SPECULATIVE SPIRIT. Now, to understand tho solemnity of this story you must boliovo that Hopkins was a man entirely without imagination — Frank Blair and I decided that whon wo first mado his acqnaintanco, years ago ; and havo nover changed our opinion. Wo wore then two young geniuses who hoped to soar to famo on tho wings of art, tho most imaginative art of all, figure painting : and wo know and were Elad to hail imaKihation whorovcr wo saw it. Besides, as Blair truly remarked, Hopkins was a man whose vocation it was to mako monoy, Bomehow, on tho Stock Ex change ; so ono might na woll look for imagin ation in a model engaged at a shilling an hour. Then again, tho man's face was suffi cient to assure you that ho was not blessed with flny such quality. It is a largo face, rather flabby and sprinkled with freckles ; tho nose is short and thick, and lip, chin, and cheeks, quite destituto of hair. Hopkin's body, too, is slmost inclined to corpulence j ho dresses in a common...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM & GARDEN. BORING FOR WATER. BY OLD COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

, ♦ agviciUtuj:c. , STATION, FARM & GARDEN. BORING FOlt WAT13W, 1 BY OLD COLONrHT. Tjii; nothing short of wonderful successes, ?which hn,70 followed tho offorts to got wator by sinking, and 'boring, Binoo wo last dealt with this mattor, induces anothor review of ;' ..tho situation. Not a word need bo Haid, of tho impoi'tnnco of wator to coloninl Bottlers. Lato experiences havo not left a doubt, that tho time [has fully nrrived, whon, by individual ;-?'.' nnd national effort, wator supply lins cot to bo 'provided, or tho occupation of immense , stretches of otherwifio valuable country will ^''.bonolongor safe. Tho losses roeontly, Irom ?!-; absolute water starvation, havo been bo heavy ? ? arid wide Bpreud, as to rivo tho situation tho .weight of n. national question oven now, and ?? ? ...' 'orio'tliat might well occupy tho activo abilities, '??.' .'?/[ of tho best men we have. That tho questions , !; of water saving, and water distribution, will, ' ??'???? oro long, bcoomo o...

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ON THE SPUR OF THE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

ON THE SPUR OF THE MOMENT. It is; frequently observed that names, utterly unknown before, rise suddenly into notice, and become for a time household words, solely through their owners having been able at some critical time to act on the spur of the moment. To such occurrences our army and navy records can testify ; battles havo been won, ships saved, lives rescued, and heroic deeds performed, solely by some ono being able to act on the impulse of tho moment. Uccasionally, however, very awkward con sequences havo been known to follow from acting on the spur of tho moment. It is related of Lord Elleiiborough that, when, on one occasion, ho was about to sot out on cir cuit, his wife expressed a wish to acoompany him, a proposition to which his lordship assented, provided thero wero no bandboxes tucked under tho seat of his carriage, as ho had too often found Ihero had been when honored with her ladyship's company before. Accordingly, they both sol out together, but had not proceeded ve...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

locaIj iiifT'JEi.ii.jiGMWCJE. Tin; Rov. Mr. Woolnough lectures at Nowr.a next Thursday night. IIeijj Oveii. — Inaugural address to tho Teirara Mutual Improvoinont, Society by tlio' Rev. W. Glasson, letters from ' James Hunt ' and anothor corrospoudont, togethor with other items. v Accident. — Wo learn that Mr. Limbory, of Budgong, mot with a serious and painful acui (lent-whilst on his way homo from Cmnbowiiriu on Tuesday night lastweok. -It seems that Mr. Limbery was riding; across a bridge, whoru there is a sliarp turn in tho road west of Middleton's storo at Onmlibwnrrn West, whero his' hor.so foil bringing its rider down on his head and shoulders; The injury must hnyo been sorious, for until found next morning in an insonsililo condition, Mr Limbory did not rnovo from tbo spot whore' his home loll. Tho patient ia still uzvlor medical trevtmont. ' ' Paixful AcciDE.vr. — We havo boon informed that an uccidont'of 'n most uncommon and painful nnturo liapponed at Broughton Oicokon Fr...

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Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XXXVII(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

1flo\-eli0t. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. AUTHOll OF 'THAT FELLOW l'AIlNESE.' CHAPTER XXXVII (contihded). ' Servant, gentl'men, servant,' ho said, 'Goin'to have a shower, I thinks. I hopes it will clear off before the Cup's run. A grand race it will be ; thirty-flvo starters for certain ; but, I'll tell you what — I doesn't bo ? lieve King of the South' will do the trick; blamed if I does!' ' What do you think of Isandula's chance?' asked Walter. 'Isandul'a? Lord hless you! he ain't in good for him, — How do, Mr. Tompion? Excuse me, gentlemen, I, wants to say a word to him.' . And tho ornament of the prize ring hastened off after the magnate of the betting-ring. A few minutes afterwards, wo came across Bhuter and Fysshe. 'Very man I wished to seel' said the former to me — ' if you don't mind coming this way for a moment. You'll excuse us, Addison,' he added, with a twinkle in his eye. ' Fysshe will keep you amused till your friend comes back.' ' Mr...

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CRICKET. TERRARA PERSEVERANCE C.C v. BURRIER C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

., .CKICEfcJET. ?',. ., Terhaiu Peiiskveuaxci; C.C. t. Buhmeh.0.0 A JC.V.TOH was played on Saturday, ' Soptombor 30, on tho Terrara cricket ground, between tho above clubs, which l osullod in an oa'sy win for tho forinor by ouo innings and 28 runs. Tho following aro tho scores :— ' DUMHEUC. C. ' ' ' Fimr Ivmsoi, ' Srcovii Ivvisas. A. 31'DraiaId, b Hewitt ? 0 o Hewitt, b Doylo ? S J. Tlioiburn. b llowilt ? 2 o l'ooley, b Hewitt ? 3 1 W. lUuou, h.w,,l. llcrnc . . 0 blleruo ? : ? 5 It. Itidilulph, a Honie, b i Hewitt ? a o ncnie, b Doylo ? ;i G. Ivcnnuly, o Houic, b Hewitt ? 0 c ncine.'b Wntta ? : 23 .r.Jtall.b Heine ? :) hllenilt ? 1 1-. Kennedy, nntout ? 10 b Watts ? 1 S. Kninedv.cnMilliHuuitt.. 5 c new itt,b Watts .'. ? a J. Kennedy, o A. Hymn, b Heiuu ? 0 not out ? :..: ? ;.... 6 — Thoiliiun. inn out ? 1 o and b Hewitt ? O ft. Ualfe. b ITeuitt ? (I b Watts ? 1 Sundrie-, ? 11 Sundries .'. ? 15 Totiil ? 17 . Totnl ? 72 JBowlisg .Analysis.' . , ? Burner CO.— First Innings. / , ? .Hewi...

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COME BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

COME BACK. Vaik words ; they frill upon unheeding cms ; Ho passes on amid tho busy crowd, Yet fnin wonld turn at that appealing cull ; But no ! ho passes on erect and proud. Ho longs to turn, and kiss away tho tears That stole down hor fair cheeks, his six month's bride But sho was in tho wrong, why should ho turn, Until tho evening brings him to hor sido ? Until tho evening, but tho day seems long; How gladly ho will tako the homeward track, For all tho day, abovo tho din and noise, Ho hears her sweet voico softly say, 'Come back !' Pale cheeks, with whito lids gently folded down O'er oyes that never more will vainly weep j A half smilo lingers round tho silont lips, And all is perfect in that dreamless sleep. And stunned he sits besido the still, whito form ; Ho cannot rcnliso that she is dead, And lovingly lie calls hor by her name, And touches tondorly tho golden head. Hor voico will call in vain to him no more, Although ho over hears its pleading tone, , In tho bright day, and ...

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Cambewarra School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Ciimbt'wurru Scliool or Axis. As advertised in tho local papors a concort in aid of tho funds of the institution named above, was.givon in the hall, of tho School of Arts, Cambowarra. on tho night of Friday, tho 29th ultimo. Tho night was fine, and tho house was filled- with an audienco representing most parts of tho Hhoalhaven district. .Mr. Jamos Frasor, J.P., .occupiotl the chair, and in opening tho pro'c'o'edings thahkod thoso 'prosont for thoir attendance, showing tho wide spread interest that was taken in the School1 of Arts, which ho could say' without desiring, to cast undue reflec tions upon similar local institutions, was tho only' building of tho kind for public reception in tho district. ' -'Mr. Frasor then invited tho 'Misses Frasor and Thorburn arid Mr. M'Konssio to perform tho-'musical overturn, ' March Aux Flambeaux,' which with Mr. M'Konzio's accompaniment i on tho flute was entertaining, and was well 'received. )A very pretty round, ' It breaks- from eastern chambe...

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Poetry. A PARTING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

JioetvE. A- PARTING SONG. DT JULUII. TIIATElt ALn chilling winds have sunk to real, Tho ponnonB o£ the mist are furled, While Nature stands knee deep in flowers And swings her censer o'er tho world. And hero we pause amid tho calm To look on hillsides wo havo sown, Where all the gathered light of years Seems in a mass of olorv thrown. We dotnot see the long, brown rows In which wo toiled with weary feet ; Wo only seo thoir springing green, And yonder resting places sweet. O days that placed upon our brows The bloom of fadeless diadems, Your dreams wo wear upon our hearts, As titled ones wear royal gems. Across tho paths that we must tread, To-morrow's fickle beams will play ; But safe for evermore we hold The changeless light of yesterday. Wo cannot wander in the gloom So far but that wo still may see, Whene'er we turn, one golden light Kissed by tho Sun of Memory. — Chicago Tribune

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Mlioalliavcii I'olice €«mt. At tho Court of Potty Sossiom hold at Nowra on Tuosiday last, boForo thoir Worshi]is Mossrs. H. G. Morton, B. Bi-own. John Oliuivillo, and J. M'Arthur, J.s. P., J M'Mullin jiluadod not guiUy to having mado uso of iiihulling languaso within the precincts of tho Court-house nt ? Nowra on tho 19th Soptombor. Mr. Richards appealed for tho dofondant, nnd pleaded privilogo. Ulti mately defendant apologised, and having boon admonished by Mr. Morton, Iho case wus dis missed., [Mr. Morton rotiiod.] ' , Goorgo Oiitridgo and Wife v. Lucy Gioor, tho younger. Slmidcr. Damages, £10. — Tlio in tormahon in this onso sot forth that tho dofond ant had called tlio plaintiff a ' ' Bnllarat ? .' Tho defendant, for whom Mr. Kichards appeared, pleaded not guilty and not indebted. Mr. lMchauls submitted that tho fact of his cliont being a minor, was a bar to tbo ca30. Mr. Thompson hold that as this was a case of tort, tho action would lio. Tho Bonoli decided to hoar tho case. Tl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

IIollowav's Ointment and Pills.— Coughs, Influenza. — Tho soothing properties of thoso medicaments rondor them well worthy of trial in all diseases of tho lun^s, in common colds, and influenza. - Tho Pills take internally and tho Ointment rubbed oxtornally aro oxceod ingly offioacious. Whon influenza is opidomic this treatment is oasitist, safest, and surest. Holloway's Pills and Oinlmont purify tho blood, romovo all obstructions to its free circulation through tho lungs, roliovo tho overgorged air tubes, and rondor respiration froo without reduc ing tho strongth, irritating tho norvos, or do prossing tho spirits. % ' Such aro tho ready moans of saving suffering whon afflicted with oolds, coughs, bronchitis, and othor complaints by which so many are seriously and permanently afilictod in most countries. — Adv. ''No pent up Utica contracts our powois' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modern times, for its sales aro not confinod to any particular sphoro, ...

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Publications. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Publications. ' We havo recoivod from Captain Potrib, secretary of the Victoria Institute or Philosophical Institute of Gie.it Britain, -7 Adelpbi Terrnco, Charing Cross, London, a little work ontitlod Dictatorial Scientific Utter ances ainl the Decline of Thought, by Lionel S Boalo, F.R.S. The author's subject may bo gleaned from tho following paragraph on tho first pago of tho paper: — 'Tho inquiry -whether tlio nypotliosos upon wmoh mouorn, scientifio opinion in favour of somo form of tho physical doctrine of lifo upon which overv kind of , materialism is based, ' aro worthy of accoptanua nt this time, has caller! forth very different 'replioi. Somo in authority havo answered with a positive and unhesitating affirmative,' others havo givon uu uncortuin au.sont, or nave contented themselves ,by not dissontin'i. 'A very small nuinbor have objoctod [to tbo physical ,viow of lifo as untonnblo iii tho prosont .stato of 'scientific knowledge, and as .being, upon various grounds, unwort...

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Cable Intelligence. London, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Cable . Intelligence. ; (From the'Si/ilnci/ Papers.) London, Soptombor 22. It has boon dooidod that tho trial of Aram Pasha anil tho othbr robol loadors shall bo conducted by a military commission consisting of throo Egyptians, ouo English, and four othoi1 Europoans. ,' j Soptombor 23. Abdolal Boy surrendered tho fortoss, at Damiottu, almost tb'o last .stronghold of tho insurgunnts, to Gonoral Sir Evelyn 'Wood yesterday. Tho buljc q{,tho Egypitan soldiory had dosorted it, but previous to thoir. donarturo portion of tho troops jplundorod tho town! Tho number belonging to tho garrison who yiolrtod was 1000. — Russia i\ about to consecrate a body of troops in Armoniip, with a view to assort hor influouco in tho sottlomont of tho Egyptian quoition. f . , , ; Soptombor 21. Tho Khodivo has issued a proclamation to tho ofToet that England has no intention of annoxing Egypt. — Hrilish soldioi's and civilians havo boon stoned at Cairo. — Tho bazaars in Cairo rofuso to soil goods to foreigner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

fi$- Meetings to be Held. Good Tonfp'lar's Lodge ' meets at .Nowra, 'Octo'bor/i, r882,*t7 p.m. TTo Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, will oblige by .proinptly communicating tho fact to 1 ho pro f-riotor, at tho offico of this paper. - ; THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1882.

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