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Humour. ZACH CHANDLER'S JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

§nnt0iir. ZAOH OHANDLElt'S JOKE. S12NAT0H CoNXLiNa, .writes n Washington correspondout, not only flrn;t. caro df his h.iulth, but ho ' traiuo himself by ntatoil exercUo, abstinence from iutoxleatln^; drinks rod richly cooked food, und dally practico with heavy clubs aud boxing gloves. St*nd iu£ six foet two inches In hia wrecking f'-et, with a stalwart frame not burdonod with any supeifluuuo flesh, und arm's with Mr.mds of musolaa liko wlro ehblcs, he would bo fin ugly ountomor to tackle. When ho kept huuue here he had t-n upper room dovot'd 10 ooxing, ana ic wes nia ueugtu. iw friuuds to put on the fduVL'n» and then to punish theai. Oco d*y ho knocked Z\^h Chandler down. Th'i Mteh\i:ander didn't get angry, but vowsd r«vo«m» in bin huarU A few weoko Kfterw\rd he tuld Mr. C;mkliug thut a country couRtiSuenft of hi* do.drod to bo introduced to him. Mi*. 0»-nhlin£5 loves attentions, and he asked Mi*. Cnaudier ? to bring tho Michiiran vUi'or to tho houso, Accordingly, Mr. Chaudlormade h...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Miscellany. I'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Ipsollanji. I'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER. . God bleEB my dear old mother ! WlmU'or my fortune bo, I'll never find another Wuo'll be ao ti uo to me. Her hair, wkieli once waa raven, Is lined witn silver now, And crafty'Time haa graven I Deep wriiflvlaa on her brow. Tot, though hor brow bears traces Of trouble und ot' care. To me my uiother'B faco ia The fairest of the fair. So tender and forgiving, As gemle as a aove, — Ah ! life ware not worth living ' Without my mothor's love. How often, when complaining Of life's perplexing care, ' 'When naught there otomed remaining Suvu couatloas ills to bour, lily moiher's genlhi chiding Has turned my thoughts above, And roused a f&ith abiding In Gud's redeeming love. God bless my dear old mother 1 Bright be each later year ! - I'U never find another Whom I may hold so dear. Oh ! how my lite would alter, If mother were not near, And now my heart would falter Without her words of cheer. Causes of Sudden Dbath.— Very few of the sudden deaths w...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Household. RIGHT AND WRONG TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

ifcrimfrafr. RIGHT AND WRONG TRAINING. Tiieiii) nro two kinds of lovo : that wbioh indulges and never roatraiuD; and that which willing, even when anxiouu to indulgo, to rostraiu, i it be nccessary. The former injures nnd oflon ruins; the latter ia benuliornt. Erc.m this improper lovtj havo originated iu our timo somo orrors whoso exiaUnco would defy belief if thoir consequent wero uot general. Mon who have succeeded aro heard to say, 'My ehildtoti shall uot work aa I had to work ;' fcorgottins that iu that , work, ' though enforced and irksome, the foundation of their own prosperity was laid. In a similar Bpirit, doting parents try to givo to thoir children everything that thoy wero deprived of : thus bringing them up in ' aot'tnosa and effeminacy,' making thom hot-house p nnts. Instead of teaching them tho manly toleration of pain and courageous surmounting of obstacles, thoy administer ipi-Ues ; i-.llow them to tako 'ghs'when tho first teeth are oxtractedt; permit them to sloop l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nature. THE SPRING HAAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

: ifatffltt. THE SPRING HAAS. One of the most familiar of leaping rodents is tbe spring huas, oi Capo Gerboa, sometimes oalled from its hare-like nBpect, the Cape leaping haro. It is a native' of Southern Africa, and iB found in considerable numbers upon tho eides of mountains, where it inhabits certain burrows which it tunnels for itself in the ground. It prefers sandy ground for tho looulity of its habita tion, and associates together iu great pro- | fusion iu favourable spots, so that tho ; earth is completely honeyo.-rnbod with its | burrows. Being a nocturnal animal, it is rarely seen by daylight, seldom leaYiug its stronghold as long as the sun is above the horizon. The nutives, who set some valuo on its fiorh, tako advaulago of this habit, and being sure of fiuding tho spring baas at ; home during the daytime, take their measures accordingly. Placing a sentiual at thj mouth of the burrow, they forco the inmato to evacuate the premises by poariug a delugo of water into the hol...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Traveller. THE PEASANT LAND OF LORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

[?] THE PEASANT LAND OF LORNE. Until tho 'Wizard of tho North' had strung hin harp', few S^eeniohs from ncrons tho Bordor, or Lowlandnrs from beyond tho mouninina over dream* d of tho beauties that smiled upon Loch K'i trine, or diod nw.iy among tbo mi»t3 of Brn Ntvh*. What Sir Walter Scott did tor tho Tiofreachrf, Mr. William BUck, in A Princess of Thule r.n-1 MacLeod of Dare, is likely io do Ior the LKbrides. Until within a comparatively recent period — way forty year;' — the inhabit ants oi lueoe Jftii'tf fj*nun»uu LX1UUU cxclaaifouops, oimplioity and faithfulucsM of. ohamotcr which bound thum in tho warlike days of old to thidrchiU and ohieftaiu. Bafore S;iiiia aud Io'na wore thought of aa show pluoff?, or au enterprising Glasgow iinu had placed a lino of stoamors on tho routo, beyond the ooofisionul visit of some wealthy Lowhmder to tha laird, tho return of some waudcrer from foreigu parla, tho ocoafjional trip of sorao clumsy looking eralt to Greeuook or Glasgow for supplies i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

SEtoaSIiavcn ghippin^ Inielligcnce. ARRIVALS. June 9.— Xlla\7ftrra (e.), from Sydney. 11.— Mary Ann (ketch), from WoUonpong; Champion I (Retell), ftqm Batcman Dav ; Jloycan (schooner), from ?Sydney. „ 12.— Blawoira (s.), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. Juno 0.— Our Own (e.), for Sydney ; Brisbane (s.)» for Syd ney. „ 10.— Hhwnrra (e.). for Svdnpy. „ 11.— Promise (ketch)* for Sydi:ey. „ 14.— niawnrra (s.), for Sydney; Prosper Coulon (echopner), for.Tomago,

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Sketcher. A NOBLE DEED. AN INCIDENT OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

[?] A NOBLE DEED. AN INCIDENT OP THE INDIAN HUT INT. Two-and'twenty yearn aj?o a deed was performed whioh ha* scarcely any parallel in tho annals of modern wars. Tho boro of ifc w'ftB n gpnthaunn belonging to tbo TTncovonantcd Civil Ser view of ludia, named Thomas Henry Kavaua^h, whom wo lately referred to in our article 011 tho 'Two Crosses of Honour' tie having Veon killed . in. battle ; but who, wo are glad to learn, is still living, and' holding a high official position at the scene ot hia wondeiful exploit. A generation having npiung up since th«5 eventful times of tho 'Indian Mutiny, wo make no hesitation in recalling and offering to ©ur readers tho story of tho exploit itself. Tndia — thet brightest gem in Queen . Victoria's crown — trampled in the bal&nco ; and tho empire was thrilling with honor over the terrible lsassaore of English women and children at Cawnpore, whon tho nov.'a came tbat a gallant littlo band of devotod men were defending themselves in the Reside...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

.Gardeners' Calendar. - JUNE. Tits rnlny season has pcnornlly Fctin by this time, and in potuo parts of tho country operations pro considerably retarded from this cause. Tho benefit to bo derived from an efficient system of dram ape -will now bo anparent. Kttciirv Gardkn.— Sowthoearly lriurt of peas ; alsoVann, carrota. radishes, parsnips, onionn. salad. spinach. &c. Keep tho hoo at work m advancing crop'. Proceed with dijrprinpr and trenching, as before recommended, taking advantage of drv wmlW to mrmurn Mir. PTrmml. Fi.owru Ganges.— Continue transnlantmp, and attend to the cutting planted last month. 'Weeds grow apace tins month, and will require constant attention to keep down. Bulbs, herbuceons plant*. and flowering shrubs mav ho planted. A'lvantaue should be taken this month to lay down grass for plots and lawns. The remaining dahlias should bo taken up and stored. Fnuir.— Fruning shmdd now be rrocreded with : as it is a work reqniring a trood deal of i'ulfnr.entand exp...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ARCADIAN REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

AN ARCADIAN REVENGE. By Jambs Payh. ' Dzmnd npon it, my dear sir, there 3s. a system of compensation ; I, for example, ocoujoy a position in the oountry beyond my talents, whilo you possess talents that are considerably above what is neoossary — ahem —to a person of your condition of life.' This amazing speech was addressed to me confidentially, in tho smoking-room of our oummuu ouiD ono mgui, ny jar. Dornoway Dioko, aftor we had dined together for tho first timo. It wnfl lato in August ; tho club was empty, and I had invited him to join tabloB, though I knew him to bo an asg, rathor than dine alono. Tho bad man nSay tako a solitary moal without moral damage, and even to;tbo publio advantage, sinoe tho ouBtom is unwholesome, and tends to shorten life ; but to tho good man it is harmful. His thoughts, conBtant as tho needle to the pole to what is pure and good, aro naturally attrootod to himself, and his benovolent | actions, hia excellent motives, his wholo blameloss oareor, pass in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar for June. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

'Weekly Calendar for June. Moon's Age. New Moon. .. 8th, at 8.0 a.m. First quarter. . 16th, at 5.56 a.m. Full Moon. ... : 22nd, at 11.50p.m. Last quarter.. ? 29th, at 8.2 p.m. . g.';' ? ? f— — Son- — I Higliwater atShoal Rises.: Sots. ! havenHends. , ii. m. ii. sr. a. sr. p. sr. 17 , To 4 56 1 55 2 29 : 18' ; . ' 7' 5 4 56 3 8 3 52 ,7 6 4 56 4 36 5 19 . 20 ?' 7 6 4 57 5 59 6 34 21' 7 6 4 57 7 6 7 35 22 7 6 4 57 8 2 8' 25 W23 '';7 7 4 57 8 47 9 8

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nobelist. DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

IIjjMM. « DENIS DEVINE: 1 THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, BY GROSVENOK, BURSTER, Author of ' Mkvh Fclton*1 11 ILc Wins JV7io '[Fails' ' Abel Bradlcg' §c. §. ' CHAPTER XIV. Tais man of sixty aud the lad of eighteen ; .i-v'- ; were on u level, Biirely, iu their utlor ifinoiauoo of tho great turbulent city of the gold country. Arrived in Melbourne, -they looked about with wonder at the . shops, tho mv«BgeriDg crowds of rod-shirted, thigh-booted diggers, tho cabs flying about with minors '011 tho Fpree' — tho wholu ? aspeofc of a scene which was to both as novel . as it was, in souie sense, dipooncerting. ;-.v vv. .v- - jjeiuy- - aaia urimes,.a£j vney oarne to a point in Bonrko-sircttt opposite tbo 11 Bull end Mouth.' 41 Babiy, and moke last, v.'. . I reokon, boy, we'd better heave the load, and fool our wuy to anchorage ground. Now, - wo haven't no chart, that's sartin, and I v;-'-';.-/. . don's seo as it'u halo to trust a pilot. -f' v - Thorns a pttvatoeria' look about them ohups as shears m...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

; EiOCAli., ai\TTESJIiEGE?£€ID. A November Regatta is to bo discussed at . Moss' Central Hotel, next Saturday night. : Notice of the confirmation of the streets of . Nowra appears in the present issue. GoIjD at TrLBA. — Regarding the discovery ?? atTilba, the work carried on by, and tho pre vious experience of neighbour Monaghan;' tho Moruya Libera! reports that 'a regular rush is sotting in of diggers to work tho black sand on tho sea boach at Tilba Tilba. Thoro aro already upwards of thirty mon thoro, and many moro aro on the road. Tho prospectors, Moii'aghan and party, are experienced : nien, having boen in Now Zealand t.nd worked the rich* sea beaches thero. Thoy aro protty well Batisfiod as to their prospects, tho gold found ranging from fine to scaly and shotty.' ICiama axd Shoamiaton Fueigiits.— A corrosjiondont writes to us complaining of the hardship to which inaizo growers of Shoalhavon havo been subject od by tho now trade in inaizo openod by Mr. Major botwecn ICiuma and ...

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Poetry. THROUGH BORROWED EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

: 1 ' . ' THROUGH BORROWED BYES. ? v-I' 'Con St o'or nnd o'or again, iv: let not to rcni tbo meaning clear : Its musio falls lilto aummor tain, : Low on tlio tired car — A musio imply not it- own, ? Nor wholly by nnothor lent ; : It comas ns notnos tbo tendered tons Of etringod instrument. Ho rnnd it once. nnd hv his sido I dreamed tbo mngio hours away: Himself ho nover oould divido From tbnt bo lived to ray. His voico a boltor manning brought ; . Ho bronthod bis soul in every lino; ' And with it — uwsnt and prooious thought! — And with it corriod mine. I listened deeper thon I know ; I noithor looked nor epoko nor ntirrod ; No words I felt — ho broko thom through : . ? That voico nloDo I heard. My spirit rose to pnspionnto height, Or dnop m oulm immortal moved . ? J. arHtiu a rnre distilled uoliglit — 1 hoped, X coorued, 1 iovod I Ho iu not boro, he will not eomo : ? No moro I listen at his feet ; ?, v , No more through him the words grow dumb; And leave tho thought complete ; Yet ...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JUNE 10. (Before Messrs. John Glanville and B. Brown.) ABSCONDING FROM HIRED SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

1 Sltoalhuveii Police Court. Nowiia, Tuesday, June 10. (Before Mossrs. John Glanvillo and B. Brown.) ABSCONDING- I'ltOM HII1ED SERVICE. William Jolly, under nrrest, was brought before , the Bench on . information by Thomas Allen, of Brown's Mountain, Cambowarra, chnrginshim (under 20 Vic.. No. 28) with hav ing on the 8th of June, instant, absconded from his (prosecutor's) hired sorvico, aftor having obtained un advance of wages. Prisoner,, who was undefended, pleaded Thomas Allon doposod : I produce tho ideh turo of agreement between tho prisoner and my self, made on my behiilf at Syaney by my ngont. Mr. John Ritchio, on the 4th of Juno. It providos that ho bo milker and general servant ot my placo for twolvo months, for a wage of £30 tho year, with board and lodgings included. Tho prisonor came to iny place in terms of that agreement on tho evening of tho 'tli. Ho asked mo not to dosiro him to work as ho was vory tired. Ho wont to bod in a verandah room, where there was a goxl flax...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

The Man who Vonds or Imports.— As many do, nn .imitation or countorioit of n, popuhu medicinal cordial'drunk by thousands', knowing' what-lio vorids-' or 'imports to: bo a pernicious artielo,' dpse'rvds summary punishmont. Beware of so-called tonics and diuroti(|3 rocommonded as better thhri Tor: tho snmo nSjUdolplio Wolfe's Schiodahi' Aromatic: Sohnanns, and purchaso 'none but tho genuine preparation. — Adv. ??.'! Hollo way!s Pills. — Bnfocjbled Existence. — 'This® modicine embraces every Attribute required m a gonoral and domestic roinedy, it overturns tho foundations of diseaso laid by defective food and impure air. In obstructions or congestions of the liver; lungs, boyols, or any other organs theso Pills tiro ospecialljssorvidoaljlonnd eminently ? successful. Thoy shoitjd bo\ko&t in readiness inevoiy fiimily,b'ping amodicmo qE incomparable utility for young pcrs&is, especially thoso of feoblo constitutions. TlW novor causo pain or irritate tlio most sensitive ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

' ;? _? i :- - i i ' To Qtur Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this i ournal not receiving ] their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tlie pro prietor, at tlio offico of this paper. ; HT ® IP I C E . ?'???? -npHB . ACCOUNTS in canncction with this ? j[-:' '? Journnl nro NOW ISSUED, and tho Pro prietor desires the favour of an EARLY . ADJUSTMENT. The Subscription Accounts, in somo eases, cover a poriod of thirteen months, being from the 27th February, 187!). to March 31stlast, so as to bring the term to tally with tho quarters o{ tlio year. ? Mcciasjgs to foe ESeM. Torrara L.O.L. moots Friday, July 9, at ' 7.30 p.m. . The Crystnl Spring Division, Sons of Temper anco, Special Meeting at Greonhills Iron Storo, - ? on Tuesday, 29th Juno, at 7.30 p.m. Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra on ? 'Thursday, Juno 24, at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Illawarra ijlcam Slavigntioii Coin '??????? ? pnny. ' ; i ? ?STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. ?; jP'E' O M S E 0 AT, II A V 03 N, Slomlay, O a.m. ,'f liursiiay, ,9 a.m. . , FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and IFrlflay, at 11 p.m. ' ; ??'???? All moiils supplied during- tho passages of..thoj ? ???? steamers ireo ot clinrgo. . 'VUsli''--' Tho. Steam Drogliors, undercharge of Captain, -iro always plying on tho Shoalhavon -: llrf^^immoctioii with. tho Sydnoy otqnmovs.' ' e. .manning: Engltiili, Scotlisli, im(l AMsirttllnn - ? i : Chartered ISunlc. 1 1 1 A BRANCH of this Bank is' now OPEN at J\l' ' NOWB-Aj- Shoalhavon;. :. in '-temporai'y premises, lor the transaction of all usual- bank-' mer business. ; . ? ? -\ .- JOIIN DOWLING, ' ' 1 v 1lTanagoi,.r Sydnoy, uth «Tuno; 1878.1: ? ? ?? :? - Wanted to be Knonn. - : JONES,-, Collins-street,', ICiama; 'has1 W' ? 'Horses andYohiclcs'POR HIRE;1 -''v- IIo is prepared to rum botweoa Wollongong' . ? *: andUUadulla. - ? ? v -v. Also; that he is a cash purchaser of Hide...

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Commercial Intelligence. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

:CoBMDBiefci»! SEateUSg-enice. Sjincy Markets. ' V,' TBY. ELECTRIC TELEGRAM!.] . Flour, £11 10s por ton; household, £10 :10s ; seconds; £9 10s ; lucorno hay; £3 las' ; . to'i £4 ' 0s: second ? nuality, £2 10s to!:£3'; ? -inferior; 25s to 35s : Wnrrnnmbool.potatoos.-£2 '? 15s to £3 ; onions, £2 10a to £3; maize. Is Sd'to'- ? Is lOd por bushel; butter, in keg, lsperlb: eggs; Is Id to Is 2d per dozen ; bacon, 3d to 7rl per lb; eheose, 2d to 8d ; liams, lOd por lb ; fowls,, 2s- 9d to 3s 'Gd 1 por pnir ; ducks, 4s* 6d* to as ; : geoso, -7s;' cock' turkeys, 14s ; hen do, 7s per pair.';' ? ? : ii' ? ? ? '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

B I ffi T H . Wilson. — At lier residonco, Auburn Cottngo, Nowra, on the 15th instant, tho wifo of v,Mr. James Waldron Wilson; of a son. 2ND S1IOALIIA VEN ADVERTISER. ? Published every T'luirsilay Mornine . .-THURSDAY. JUNE 17,1880. ?

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Sir Henry Parkes on the Licensing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Sir ilenry Pni'kes . on the Incensing Bill. Sin Henry Pahkes moved tlio second rending of the Licensing Bill, and said that in asking the Assembly- to deal with it it would bo necos 8ary for him to oecupysomo littlo time, although ho ?would endeavour to be as briof in his romaTk9 as possible. The bill had not been introduced . in the interests of particular organizations, however commendable thoir objects might bo, but in tho interests of tho gonoral community. . Much'pains and troublo had lwen exorcised in preparing it, but how far it would be considered perfect wns for tho 'Assembly to say. It would, ho thought, bo :admittodv,thnt it was a fair and honest attempt to deal ,w\th\a question which had been Engaging public attention for a very long time. Its objects were to raise the stan dard -of tho respectability of public houses, and, bo faf as society was concerned, to offer it such | protection as could bo dorived from regulations and strict enforcement of the law. It aimed at se...

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