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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

Ulawarra Steam -Mavigation Coin puny. ... STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. JjVE 0 M S H 0 A L II A V E N, - Monday, 6 a.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. -, FEOM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami Friday, at 11 p.m. ; All moals supplied' din ing llio passages of tho ? steamors free of charge. ? Tlio Strum Droghers, under charge of Captain i Buchanan, aro always plying on the Shonlhavon vEivor in connection with tlio Sydney stoamoi s.. E. MANNING. ' EugUsli, Scottish, and, Auisiraliiin i Chartered manic. , . ? r i . r , ij ? i - tn.i 1 » i ABBANCHof this' Bankiisfnow&OEEN'.'.a^ .. NOWEA, Slioalhiivon, '. iin si;.toinj)prav,yj premisos, for tlio- transaction ,of: allusualibank ihb business. ' i f t ' ' ? ( - JOIIN DOWL1NG, , , * ? Managor. , | Sydney, Otli Juno, 1878. , - j Wanted to be JKnown.? \XT JONES, Collins-stieot, ICiamo, has * V- ? Hoises and Vehicles POE HTBE. He is propared to run between Wollongong and Ulladulla. : Also, that ho. is a ^nsh purchaser, of Hidos and skins in any quantity. ? ? D. LINDSAY BYM...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

V,vAjioNa thoiprovisions of the ? Electoral Bill, a- which was pnssed by tlio Legislature on the s:28th '.ultimo by 34 to 7, there is' but one -^clause, viz.,.tlie-2oth, which can be taken, as I.capart fi'oin the existing Act, to have special . ;i£forence to, oiie-mombei' constituencies. The ?jrClauHOi we refer to was proposed by the -?-mombar for Newtown, Mr. S. C. Brown, and *'jie intended to act as a preventive of the abominablo practise of abusing the power of . .?nomination ?'* by : the thrusting forward of frloi/us candidates. It runs thus Before v 'auy. candidate is proposed at any such nomi r' iiation, it shall bo necessary, .for: him,' or ' .some one on his behalf, to deposit in the f.rJiands of. ;the rotui'riing-offlcer at such elec f-'tioiv tlio sum of forty pounds, to be dealt ^witli as hereinafter provided; and. 110 parson .s.'who shall not have been so nominated; or by '^Or: :for whom or for on whose behalf -such ?v. payment. shall not have .been so made; shall ?i'b'o'...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

03- Meetings to be Held. Terrani L.O.Li meets Friday. Juno 11, at 7.30gjjj^ , Spring Division, Sons of Tompor ' ai^^^^^HTcmporance Hall, Torrara, Tucs ..day^BKEuno, at 7.30 p.m. ?f ..^(3ood Templar's. Lodge : meets at Nowra this ,:_jcyeuing (Thursday), Juno 10, at 7.30 p.m. SHOALHAVEN ADVERTISER. - Pul)llslicrt evct'y Thursday Morning . 3'' THURSDAY JUNE 10, 1880. ? I ? ? ?? ?

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Agricultural Creed. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

An Agricultural Creed. ?, According to tlio Canada Farmer, thongi'i culturnlists of Canada inot in Convention not long ago, nnd adopted for themselves tlio following creed': — - ?-. We believe the soil lives to eat, as well, as the owner, and ought 'therefore to be well manured. . ???? : ? V-i We believe in going to tlio bottom of things, therefore in deep ploughing , and' enough;, of; it. ' All the better if it:be a sub soil plough. ? Wo believe in large crops that leave land hotter than they found it, making both furm and tho farmer rich at once. . : Wo' beliove that overy farm should own a good fanner. We'belie ve that tho'iVrtiliziiig of any 'soil is a spirit of industry, enterprise, and intelligence ; without theso. lime, gypsum, and guano will be ot' little uso. ??.We believe in good fences,: good farm houses, good ! orchards;- arid good: children enough to gather fruit; ? We . believe in -a* clean kitchen;- a neat wife in it, a clean cupboard,; a clean- dairy, and a clear con...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE'S LITTLE GAME OP CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

i LIFE'S- LITTLE GAME OF CARDS. Ooa lifo ia but a': little: game, whioh little players play, For littlo points of little .worth, eaoh in his littlo way: ; And if a little while you'll lend your littlo aars to mo, You'll own, tho' littlo to 'your prido, what little folks aro we. If littlo Hopo should bo tho stake, how, littlo duoks and dears Build little oastles in tho air, on orcdit to Timo's years ; . . . If littlo oastles tumbledown, thoro is no little woe, ? Ani ' littlo friends then kindly oall to say ' We told you bo.' If little Famo should bo tho game, how tha littlo paoplo try , . . Eaoh littlo triek to oiroumvent their littlo destiny ; A littlo book thoy forthwith print, thair little minds to ease — ? 'Tis hoads or tails it wins a namo or wraps up bread and oKeelo. If little Lovo is on tho board, what littlo lieB are said — How littlo partners will roveke, what little tricks Bre played ; And when tho littlo stako is won, that stake will turn out dross — Tho little winner eft...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
All Aboriginal Giant. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

An Aboriginal Giant. I TnE Woolgar Correspondent of tho Toicws villc Herald writes: — 'Here is something remarkable. When pnssing through Ched ley Park Station, one of tho Messrs. Annings related tlie following : — Between Cambridge Creek, and the table land, an aboriginal has been repeatedly seen among the ridges abounding in this country, who measures in stature about eight feet six inches. He is a well, made aud powerful looking giant, stuut in proportion. His foot-track moasures about sixteen orfjaaentoen inches from toe to heel, and his single stride is over fivo feet. This monster blackfollow is always well armed, and carries an* enormous shield and spears, nullah nullahs, etc. He is invariably accompanied by three white gins who carry most of his tremendous weapons and procure his food. This story was partly confirmed by a digger, who being in search of his missing liorse, happened by accident to stumble across this giant's great tracks. ' I was so taken aback,' said Bill to ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY. All is Well. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

' 7'- ? POETRY. I All is Well. Hoai* hairs, tho crown which human lifo ? ? -Receives but to resign ; \ ?' 1 Palo diadem !— long years of at rife Havo made thy honours mine. t. * A careworn brow— ft furrow'd fitce . - ' Of pain and Borrow tell : Yet still through good and ill I trace One truth— that all is well. Inyouth, a clou&lcss. sunnv eky, t . FiUs raan'H vain heart with pride; ' Prosperity's bright honrs then fly, As rapid meteors glide. . Then favouring friends wind gently round Their victim, flattery's spell. Fo* oh 1 when wealth and caao abound, - i ? 'Wo think that-*ALLkiswELp. But when adversitjrVdark cloud, - Its shadow throws arouqd, The hollow-hearted, fnlthlbaa crowd) Retreating soon are fdund* No sympathy their lips avow^. No gnef their bosoms swell,*— . Bereft and solitary now, Hopo stall says— all is well. When fierce disease the frame attacks* «... When sorrow's nhowera dcscend, When mental woo the bosom racks, t : , 'When the sick couch wo tend Of somo swe...

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 — 10 June 1880

* '€!? A'!u f HEKEBY l.otifv /nit anv 'PEBSoW oi 1. PERSONS, .f(|/i/. After, tho, date ol this:, notico, ' CUTTING/o/jliy^rOVIVG 'TIMBER i troin,tho Farm; j\Ci-. Charles Camp | bell's^OtiG^Vcros, J\[yiiVlaiidiaiiJ'! noyrnn. my^pos- j i ? session j' will; boifROSEOU'rEI}. -as tlio :law duocts. 5 t'''i | v ' ' , * JOJlV BASTARD. - Tomorong, Juno 8, 1880. - t'l't'/ li - i' r, . . », , - Eq.ot.1'1 I ' L 'TO fRS. JOSEPH(3q«iYTir, ExccutiK- Jn iTj_ . the, Estate o/flyo ;l!ttlJTAloxniidor,;MJCen-;! zie, having uistrucMAho uudorsignod.to Sell all , tho porsonaV or otho'iA estate, -.and ..toycollect i all -Dobts duo to . tlio,, salnoirroquost .that vail , such Debts bo paid to huu at once. ' ' J ' JOHN STEWART, t ? i/ (i 'r ; — - Auctioneoi. , Gomniiss{oiir Agency. ' i r|^HEfUudorsigneil-bM!;s..to inform -jtbo lnhabi '?J. ? : tauts of Kia'mai jfnd tlio South Coastj that lie litis leased tlioso La/ge and Central; Promises, : rocontly _qceupicd:by.'Mj'. G.- Yates, ^wheroslio intoiids. to cai-r...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Chinese Convicts for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

.Chinese Convicts for Aus tralia. Tite Daily Telegrpah is responsible for tho following: — 'Australians havo a strong grievance against Govornor Pope Hennossy of-Hong Kong. Tho'colonists hate c..nvicts, and, next to a convict, possibly a Chinaman, who commits the heinous crime of working for small wages, .is the object of tho Austra lian's deepest scorn. Wo mufet, in such circumstances, leave it to tho imagination to picturo the kind of feeling with winch tho sottlor would bo likely to view a person who was both a convict and a Clunaman, and it would not be difficult to predict the sort ot. welcome likely to be oxtended to such a visitor whon ho lands m Melbourne or Syd ney. It appears, however, that is the kind of emigrant that Governor Pope Honnessv fancies will bo useful to Australia. Having moro Mongolion rogues in Hong Kong than can bo easily got rid of, His Excellency lias hit upon the happy ideajif foisting thom ou tho Australian colonies. Ho does it very ingeniously, too. Th...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The British Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

MISCEliluAXEOUS. . The British Army. The distribution of tho British army, according to the Arm Estimates, will not differ very much from that of last year. The standing army at home is to comprise 101,540, of which 93,000 mon are posted to their regiments and 13,000 at the depots. Indiaisto havo a garrison of 62,000 British troops, comprising 9 regiments of cavalry, 88 batteries of artillery, and 50 battalions of infantry. The colonies must fain be content with 27,500, in lieu of 30,600, at ?which number they were sot down last year, although practically during the Zulu war ?the figure rose to nearly 40,000 men. According to present arrangements Capo Colony will have a compliment of. British, troops' nmounting to 5,386, made up of ono ? cavalry regiment, two batteries of artillery, and four battalions and a half of infantry. Next in importance to the Cape garrison come. those of our Mediterranean stations. Gibralter and Malta, whose troops amount . in both cases to upwards of 5,000...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Sticking-up at Quirindi. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

[?] ^tickhig.uii r.t -4iiirindi'.- ON' tho . subject ot the recent lmnk robbery at Qturindi,- wo extract tho tollowing from 'I'huis dav's hvemng News': — - The bank proimsos aro m a detached building, 8ituatod'in the. innm'. stroot. ill tho'.towm Tho buildings are routed premisos, containing about' six or sovon rooms. On tho ono sido is a bntchor's: shop and rosidonco, and' on1 tlio: other side is.Mr. Allan s chomist's shop and rosidonco: Tlio bank manager,. Mr. :-R: Ai - Allen,. has boon eight'or' ' ton yoars in tho servico of tho Commercial Bank, and was accountant at Murrurundi. and othor' places. His account of tho alfair is as follows : — '.Being all bv mysolf, I was at work until ? about hall -past 9 o'clock, when I sealed up tho . second kov as usual for the purposo: of taking it * to ? r. (It may hore* bo oxplained '.thiit the* Commercial Bank- lias a'striot rulo- with thoir' country branches, to never kecp.tho koys of tho' bank safes on tbo premises. Tliey ? generally' entr...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. To the Dairymen of Shoalhaven PER FAVOUR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

C«aTeH5»«HiIeii»ce. iro the JSBuii-yuicu of Slionlliuveu. rr.lt FAVOUR OF THE SHOALHAVEN- TEr.EOnAVn G hNTLi-.M i:n', An era in your fortunes has' arisen ll you aro prepared to tako ndviuitngo of it,. Ilio oxperiinont by tho Strathlovon lias shown that buttor in good condition need not bo sold at loss prico thim oightoon ponco por pound. Yot thoro aro times in tho year that buttor. cannot bo mado in good condition, and oftnn though rondo in good condition it is ruined beforo it gets to markot. It is to remedy tlioso tilings that I nowiiddrossyou. I takoitforgrantod that tho Strathlovon proeoss is fairly under stood _ among yo.i ; and what is required is that machines for tho samo purposo be introduced into ovory dairy. ' Tho oxpenso need not bo very groat; although steiun is tho host, yot other appliances will answer. Tlio most of you havo seen the windmills at tho Exhibition for pumping wator ; tho samo can bo inado uso of to work nil air pump, aud y,.u havo only to cool down tlio ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nature. EXTINCT AMERICAN RHINOCEROSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

[?] EXTINCT AMERICAN RHINO CEROSES. AcaoitDiNo to f.n artiole by Professor Oope, in the American Naturalist, twelve speoies oi mammalB which may be oalled rhinoceroses, havo been described from materials obtained from tbe Tertiary formations of North America, and five other spouiea have been distinguished which may bB rogarded as more or lets allied to that family. This family of mammals still exist in Asia and Africa, but in Europe it disappeared during the glacial epoch. In North America it became extinct at a slill earlier period, no remains of rhi noceroses having been found iu beds of later age than Loup Fork, or Upper Miocone poriod. In bo'h Europe and Amerioa tho. forms inoluded in tho family first appear in tho Lowest Miooene or Oligocone epochs ; that is, iu North America, iu the White Biver formation, Tho family of Rhinoceridas is divided into eight gonera, embraoing some twenty-eight epaoioe, six of whioh are living, and tho remainder iossil species. No extinct species of...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable Intelligence. London, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

' J Cable '* ' i T «?». t ' \ 1 Yt f \ \ r ' 3 (F)om the IfcuiUl y ' £ t ljr ? f , Ijoti'Ioh, .Tunc 3 ?rAccorcling7to^ v: . thorv-liitost wnitelhceiico , ;ironi i Montenegro, the ' Albanians continuo firm %hhi . tlToirjdeffinViination.toVesist aiiwci!Ssi()n of;te'rri-.» toryT^a's 'kgroeil'^tpori .Jiotwearf, tho Piirte and* Monteiiogro. ^Tho'-Montonogrins,' thoroforo,: aro i determine^ to tnko up arms nnd attack the i Albanians at Gussinuo and 'Plavii'.'with tho viow of socuring by 'force 'tlio torriloi-v coded to- thoiriJ 'i The Albanians' aro . straitoiipd' iliy-'.waiit-of: 7110 visions, rosultiii'gVfi-omi tlio UooknrTe ot :-Soiitnn'. !j their prineipnl-sea port; and from the steps till, -on'| by the 'rurkisb-Qovornmont 'lo Knnviiind'' thoir districts'. -filt la' considorod '.'probn bio ' thnfrthoso* ! cn-eumstiinces may- bolp to1 bring 1 thre;disputo to ?i an eaily eloeo;'1'' 1 J 1 ' ? ' * ^ ? 1 n - ' i - Juno 3 J i Tho^Australiau' oricketoYHlicommnficed -:tlion-. sixth tmalclvi t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household. THE ART OF PURIFYING HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

[?] THE ART OF PURIFYING HOUSES. It Ih muoh to bo regretted that tho olaBsoa of society whioh nhould .bo an example of intelligence to tlio lens educated, understand ! and study so littlo tho clmtnaing and washing i ot their dwellings. Without dipping too deeply into tho voxed waters of Smlfcary lleform, wo may in a r.hott article brlnp; a few fitctn and nuggestiona to tho minda --r.d inomorlea of our readers that may provo uteful. Tho art of wneliing one's houno inoludes many methods of cleansing independent of soap and wator. The very atmoophero of it requires washing, by ntreams ot freuli air boing continually admitted to sweep away impure gnoea which would otherrdao congre gate, and engender disease. Tho expression of ' a healthy mind in a healthy body ' can hardly be efloetuolly fulfilled unlesa- tho healthy body lo in a healthy houae. All great reforms have, In timca paat and present, always run to extremes in their first developments, aud thun we soo in Bimituy matters that t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

Iiitclllt;ciin isi. Mricf. '.-.I T' I'1'1'*! ' [ L - -J-f H I r * i' '8 O ' ♦ » ' i f ; MiSs Bargon, tho woj^lfii(j\5'n- actrps.3 ;w;nsi mnriiod on Friday lust, at Drango, to DivPiorcy. tif-Coonamblo. .;.;.v:.!; ? .??^V v Tlio. 'estimated - consumption ^f;sii uar^in vthoj Unitedi'.Kingdoni' last year. wa^OC^OOp Pons;; -of, tott-: IQOjGOO.OQO lbs: :-of ??fconoo?'J15,5fl(3-ftons';' ?and of tobacco,. 4S,000,00Q_.ll-!j. f.I'Jromytho latter nroieio aiono a auty'or i«,aiiu,uuu was dorived. ' V '' VoW-' Siberia, - according -to a French /trayjllor, : ij the most intellectual region o'f'Russsia'— the .oduciited-olassesfm'o'all'transportftd IhpTO.' ' '? : Thi0Biiiik',ipapageVl ofjQuii-inYli; Sir. Dick Allen, whoso safo was -robbed tlio other day, commenced .liis clorksliip'at lCiuino. '? ? A very, inflnont,ialfjinootinp '_pf tho':residniits: of Wollo'ngong was hold on the 28th ultimo, to protest against aud to refute tlio ,-nllesod mis-, stnteniont;mado:bv tho Herald's special reporter in le...

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Agriculture. MECHANICAL EXTRACTION OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

imt. MECHANICAL EXTRACTION OF CREAM. The Heparatiou oi oivam /rota milk by allowing It to rise and float on tho top, while easy and convenient, is alow, and attempts Itavo been made to employ inechauici! cai-srB to tho work'. For this purpoeo a machine has been brought out which operates on tho principle of the ordinary rotary dryer. Tho apparatus counlsta essentially of a circular tank, a bolder, supported oy an uprignc shaft. Surrounding the shaft is a tubo or aloevo, slightly larger in diameter, and outside of this ia a second sleeve, still larger, thus giving two annular pipes reaching into the tank. From the outer pipe extend smaller pipes, radiating in every direction and entering tho tank near the outer edge. Under tbj tank is another I pipe, open at tho lowor end aud com municating with tho tank above, and a pail, or other vessel, below. In operation the tank is filled with milk, and the shaft is turned by steam or other power at a speed of about 2000 revolutions a minute. T...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INSTINCTS AND EMOTIONS OF FISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

THE INSTINCTS AND EMOTIONS OF FISHES; At tho opening meeting of tho soBsion of Iho Linntoan Society of London, hold on Lh« Gfch of Novomber, Dr. Francis Day read a paper on tho 'InBtincts and Emo tions of Fishes.' The study of tho 'sub joct had, ho said, received but vory littlo uttontion in lato years, most naturalists apparently accepting Cuvior's view, that the existence of flslieB is a silent, monoto nous, and joyloss one. This is, however, by no moanB tho caao, though wo cannot, of course, oxpoot to find special expressions' so well marked as in higher animals, because fishes havo immovable eyelids, haye thoir cheeks covered with soalcB, and havo no external ears, whoso motions in Bomo animals aro so exproaeiva. The most numerous recorded observations are thoso whioh rofor to tho regard for the young. Somo fishes are polygamous, but among tho monogamous thoro is seen a watchful ness ovor the young, in whioh tho mala often playB as important a part as the femalo. With several sp...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Rumour. THE DROLL SIDE OF DUELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

[?] THE DROLL SIDE OF DUELLING. Theeh ore few things, howevor seriouB, that have not their oomlo aide, if one cares to look for it. The barbarous praotioe of duelling, fraught with tragedy though it be, is one example of a barbarous custom having it3 humorous nidi1, as, without further nrnamble, ,vo will urooeed to show. Tho old '? tory of the Irishman who called , mnu out for expressing disbelief in his taving seen anchovies growing on. a tree, ,nd when his opponent lay wounded on. ho ground, repentantly owned to suddenly emeinbering that it was capers he meant, nay bo an invention, but duels havo been ought for equally trivial reasons. One of he members o£ Louis XVIII.'a body-guard ought threo timeB in ono day ; first, with a ;entleman who. had offondod by looking skew at him ; next, with ono who had ooked him hard in tho faoe ; ond, thirdly, rith a stranger who had passed by without ieigning to look at him at all. Men, disinclined to mako , targets of hemBolves in obadienco to a ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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THE GREAT ATTRACTION. A YOUNG BACHELORS' REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 June 1880

THE GREAT ATTRACTION. A YOUNG BAOHELOBS' 3SEVEBIE. On, oharming Kitty, fair art thou, Fair as a rose in June ; Thy hair like braided sunshine is, Thy voiue a pleasant tune. But 'tiB not for thy Beauty, aweet, I lay my heart beneath thy feet — Not for thy Beauty, sweet. But thou art wiBo and witty, too ; Thy little tongue oan Bay ; Tho shrewdest and the Bweotest things In suoh a pleasant way. « But 'tis not for thy Wisdom, sweet, I loy my heart beneath thy feet— Not for thy Wisdom, s^eot. And thou oanst sing, and datios, and paint, And obatter French and Greek, And to the post, priest, and sage In his own way oanst speak. Bat 'tis not for thy Learning, sweet, I lay my heart beneath thy feet — Not for thy Learning, sweet. Thou art bo amiable and true, Thy tempor is bo mild, So humble and obodiont, too, Lovo guides thoo liko a ohild. But not for thy good Temper, sweet, I lay my heart beuoatb thy feet — Not for thy Tempor, sweet. Not for thy Beauty or thy Youth, Nor for thy Heart's rich...

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