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Cable Intelligence. London, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Cable Intelligence. [From the Sydney Papers.) London, October 1. Mr. A.J. Beehag, B.A., the medical student     from Sydney who was seized with small-pox   during tho voyugo of tho Potosi, is progrossing   favourably.     A portion of tbe Mataura shipment of beef,       from Dunedin, was placed in the market yester   day, and pronounced by tho exports to be exces- sivoly fat. Consequently it sold at the low price       of 1d per Ib.  

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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FLYING MACHINES FOR WAR USES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

FLYING MACHINES TOR WAR USES. Gkrjiany nnd Russia aro both pushing forward experiments in flying machines for ubo in war or otherwise. It appears that tho direction in which these nro working is tho only ono likely to bo successful. It ignores tho ridicnlous inflated gas bag, which is onorm'ous in size, difficult nnd costly to fill in war, and floats — n gigantic derelict — at tho morcy of every current of nir, a huge mnrlr 1i\r tlin iif^f, Trillium- wlin enn Iiif nmT livinr* i to tho ground. Uaumgitrton, in Germany, nnd Bnvnnovski, in Russia, adopt tho principle of the inclined plnno pressed against tho nir, nnd thus capnblo of making somo attempt at least to regn lnto its own course. In tho kito tho forco that presses tho inclined piano is tho hand of tho boy noting through tho string. In tho snil of tho boat tho resistance of tho water to side long motion keops tho snil x-rcsscd against- tho wind. In flying mnchinos tho pressure is given by an engine carried by tho machine nnd ac...

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Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

Science. Tho question of Hip possibility of obtaining licnt from solar radiation Buflioient to boil water, and so actuate a steam-engine, is ono whi;h lias of late years engaged tho attention of scientific men fthd'Socioties. A French govcrnment|Commission has lately teen carrying out nomo experiments with apparatus, consisting of n lnrgo concave mirror wim a mncKeneu boner in its locus. ±no swam was condensed ns it was given off from tho boiler; and tho weight oi distilled water tlius olitiuned in dicated tho amount of heat utilised. From tlieao experiments, it would scorn that tho sun is far too ficklo a source from which to obtain heat, .except in somo few countries whoro tlio steam-engine is, as yet unknown, and not wanted.— Chambers Journal. ' ' A Roumanian ongincor, M. Theodorescu, has invented a snbinarine ship, beforo which all simi lar inventions aro said to palo. This ship, ac cording tp tho statement of tlio invontor, can be guided for twolvo hours completely under wator,...

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HOW TO GET RICH FOR A GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

^I&^HOW TO: GETEIOH FOB A GUINEA. ^{^^^QV^JPrdm The Weekly Citizen.) .. ? ?^WiSi-TiiEoriEiiOALi,Y', \ye are a severely virtuous fefS'^'people^-praotically, we are- just -*. about as i-f/i^ivioious-'as :our neighbours.' Thus,, gambh'ng ?S-f;¥ia a'vico, for which we entertain a truly pious ,;;):y,'.:;K-horror. We shudder as we read of the doings {j&s ??at Hombourg and Monaco, and the lotteries WiV,V#; 9? foreigo. states are in our eyes as tho abom '.-.. J. iuuuuu Ul uuauiuuiuu. .U.U1U1U& iiuvau viewo, .^?v'^of; course, we do' hot- allow the Chinese 'to 5..:. -''.indulge in' their national pastime, ' pak-a-pu.' j ;?,:? It is not to be supposed that we would permit ':?? /// that misguided race to invest their money in .i;.' .sucha hazardous venture. AIbo, we do not [,'?/ !.i'.; encourage sweeps or raffles. But wb have no ,;? :'-.: .- objection- to art-unions or prize distributions. ',''??£?? ??' That is a game which ? is legalised by Act of :;-:U'.':'.-Parliament...

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Agriculture. DELIVERING MILK AT FACTORIES. X. A. WILLARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

HGrfcuitufe. DELIVERING MILK AT FAOTOE1ES. ' ? X. A. WHiLUlD. Must milk bo delivered at tho factory onoo oic twico a day ? This a quostion often naked by thoso about entoring upon dairying and especially at tho West nnd in the now dis tnots, by farmers not familiar with tho details of dairy management. Tho question is an important ono involving tuo expenditure, or tho saying of much labor and time during tho year in accordance with tho system which may bo adopted. Now in answering this question correctly somo circumstances must bo considered. If tho milk is to bo delivered to a butter factory whoro it is to bo set and manipulated for hattcr-viaking , then it should bo delivered twico a day, morning and evening, as soon aftor milking B3 is practicable. Ex perience lins ahnwn tlmfc milk rnmincr to the factory while warm will throw '? up more cream that when allowed to get cold, and if the temperature has fallen off ' very much, the best method of treating such milk is to raise tho tem...

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THE DOUBLE GAME. A SPANISH STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

XIIE DOUBLE ChLME.: . , : ' '?:?:? A SPANISH STORY.,. . ' ' A cKLEniui'Eb painter at Madrid,, 'whoso real name it will bo more discreet not to disclose, but whom wo shall call Morales, had just com pleted a superb picture for the convent of tho Fjscurial. He had received a pretty large sum for his work, and by way of a little relaxation after tho long-continued toil and close atten tion bestowed upon it, ho assembled around a well-spread tablo in his studio a few choice spirits from among his fellow-artists. It was a baoholor's entertainment. Not a female was to sit down with them. The mistress of tho house herself, Dona Casilda, had been excluded. Morales had sent her off, with the female attendant, to pass tho day with one of hor cousins. But tho good dame, having a little of the curiosity of Mother Eve in her composition, was very anxious to know what was to take place during her absence, and had a strong desiro to find out what so many mon could find to talk about when, there wo...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. WOLLONGONG. Thursday, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

(Special Telegraphic ffnteHlacacc. [FROM OUB COUIlESrONDBNTS.] W0LL0NG0NG. Thursday, 8.30 p.m. Tho nocond day's racing under tho auspices of the Wollongong Turf Club took pluco to-day. 'Thoro was u good nttondiuico of visitors ; and tho different ovents woro woll contested. Tho following are tho results : — Tho South Coast District Purai, a handicap of 2 rovs each for starters only, with 30 kovs added ; sucond horso 5 sovs from tho prizo : and third horso to save his stake. One inilo and thi'oo furlongs. Sultmn ? 1 First Try ? ...... ......... 2; Underhand ? ? ......I..:. 3 Jonny Liud, Footstep, and Boomorang also 'started. Tho Town Plato, a handicap of 2 sovs each for starters ouly, with 8 rots added ; second horso 10 bovs from tho prizo. One and a quarter mile. Silver Arrow ? 1 Cockuoy ? , ? ~ Envy ? '.? 3 Twelve horses woro scratched. Tho Tom Thumb Handicap of 1 soy each for^ starteM only, with U0 eovs added :? second' hoi'so 5 sovs from tho prizo. Onco round. ingomnr ? i ? Decis...

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Novelist. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHATTER XL—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

'IRovelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY 01? AUSTRALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. ATJTHOIl Or ' TII,\T rjJiTiDW FA11N1S8E.' CHAPTER XL— (Continued.) ' ' His supposed father is not his fathor at nil.' Tho words lcpcutcd themselves :again. nnd ngnin in my inind as, with all my vague doubts revived, I staled nt: the Count in. ' nstonishmont. ?? X' .; /. ' I don't suppose you enn form an y idea' as to tho writer o£ this picoious epistlo?' ho 'Not tho remotest; I am thunderstruck! What do you intend to do ?' '.' ' ; '' ; 11 Nothing I1' ' ' 'Nothing?' '??''?? 'No. To take any notice of such n letter 'would bo to have a shaio in its baseness, and, ' oven woio Walter all therein described, I would not now nltor my intentions regarding him. I can bo as linn in tlio one direction as tho other. Still, tho writer of this infamous .letter plays well on what is, perhaps, my gi cutest weakness — tho lespeot for so-called purity of blood. Ono of those feelings,' mut 1 tered tho Count, half-aloud, 'which...

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SYDNEY. Saturday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

? ' . SYDNEY. ? . Saturday, A 30 p.m. , The last heat for tho Punch Trophy was rowod this afternoon on tho Purraiuattu River. Thoro ?was an innuendo numbor of spectators -tho Bteamors and banks of tho rivor. being crowded. Tho following is tho result : — Eush ? 1 Bench ? 3 Layc'ock . . . .- ? 3

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Poetry. CLIMB UPWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

lj-oeti*\-. CLXMH UP WA lUD. I say to jou, climb upwnid to tho hoights ; 1 Keep join ovcs lined to tlio flu off pcako ; jl'or only 1110 tho nclios of tho gods ,i Given to llio ono who toils nml seeks. Tho gods lost on tho mannliuiis with tlmlr oycs Uxodou tho stura. The mists flout down be , ' Thorn mid tho earth. Only fur up nliovo ' Paurn tlio sun's glory in n perfect shraii. What IB a Hiiiilicnm KtniRglinK on tlm flour To a wholo noild of glory V And tho roso , Besido yon liciigo to tho niyiitcrious dawn That lilossoniB m tlio cast at night's dim closo V If tho' winds iiicrco you, nnd tlio storm rolls wild, And raiiis boat pitiless iigaiiwl your breast, Piobb fonvaid out of nil tho Klrifo and din— Upon tho lirigiiti. thoro lies otornal rest. In \nllojs nlmdonn sleep, and all tho world Doth jangle lmlch m its potty npito At Wo; and at tho foot of hills' ' Aroalways boiiio wan remnants of tho night. Tlio day is brand upon tho mountain-tops ; Tlio wraiths of enro and sin rain never ...

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"THEM OPTIONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

'TIIBSI Ol'IIONS.' Coming down on a Michigan avonuo car on , Saturday morning were, two diivers, one o£ them an unmistakcablo Yankco ; not. the Yankee of tho footlights, but ono fiom ' dnown Bast among tho maountings of Ver-moat,' Thoy were conversing about Iho live stock . market, and the nasal inflection of tho Vor monter quickly caught tlio ear of tho other -, passengers, and all at oucq became inteicBtcd , listeners. - ' . , , ' . . ' HaoVs cattlo?' inquired Vcr-mont. ' Eight good,' replied the Westoiner. .' How's sheep ?' . , ^ ? ' There's money in sheep naow, and allus / is. I came aout hero abaout nine years ago ~ withaout a dollar, for dad was poor, naow, I tell ye; I went to driven' sheep fur old Sniggins at a dollar a day an1 ; my baoard. Bimnhv. nrtov T it nf, n. lnnf.ln Vinn.intnr1 with folks, and had laid up a lectio money, I began to buy on my own hook, payin' the farmers a part on it daown and gettin' tiuslcd for the balance until next trip. Naow I've got that farm of...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

jlocaIj lajTJEiiiuBGrSJarcEi. New Magistrates. — His Excolloncy the Governor, with tho ad vice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to appoint the undor inontioned gentlemou to be Magistrates ot tho colony, viz. : — Frederick Thomus Hmnphory, iSpringwood; James Koay, Burrawang ; Georgo Somorville, Kiana. AT a special meeting of tho JNowra jUunioipal 'Council, hold on Friday last, at which tho Mayor and Aldermen Graham, Hunt, and Moss Nrero present it was decided to apply to tho Surveyor-General for the extension of Borrv atieet southward through tho town extension and the common. A motion to apply to the Government to alter tho route of tho South Coast road to Borry-otroot, so as to avoid tho grade at Brown's Creek, was strongly protested *??', v against by Alderman Graham, and ultimately the above motion was agreed to without opposi tion..' Yesterday week a small procession of mourners followod to. their last resting plaoe in ^the cemetery, Nowra, the remains of Mr. SWilliam ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

IIot.loway's Oixtmbxt axd Pills ? Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and strictures aro spebdily relieved and ultimately romovod by applying this Ointment after fomentation with warm water. Persons suffering from thoso scourges of tho human fniino should arrest thoir progress at once, for it is both insidious aud rapid. Fistulas, if long allowed to go unchecked, not only woakon tho nervous system b'ht destroy lifo. 'Tho soonor those inostimablo remedies aro uso'd tho moro certain is success, yot nono need dospair ; hopeless cases havo likewiso yielded, nnd tho sulYorer boon saved a painful death. In oxcorintions a fow applica tions of this henlinjj Ointment ofVect a cure, whilo tho Pills, conjointly with it, aro especially boiioficial in relaxing and removing strictures, whatovor thoir situation or duration. — Anv. TliK Man who Aronds oi Imports. — As ninny do, mi' imitation or '.counterfeit of a popular lnedicinnl cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vends or imports to bo a por...

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Shoalhaven District Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

Sliaatliavcii ffii.stric'4 Court. Friday, Octoiieu 6th. Before his Honor District Court Judgo M'Farland. Tho logal profession was roprosentod by Messrs. Richards and Thompson. James Ssnith v. Samuel Sproulo. Claim for £2 19s for goods soltl and delivered. This cuso hud previously como before the Small Court at Broughton Creok, whon tho plaintiff was nou-suitod, us tho amount had .boen owing too long to be brought into a Small Debts Court. Mr. Thompson appeal od for tho plaintiff and stated that tho case had boen settled. James Smith v. William Walters. This action was brought to recover the sum of £7 10s being th» interest due on a certain dis honoured promissory note in favour of plaintiff, which had afterwards been paid but without interest. Mr. Thomson, who appeared for the plaintiff, stated that the parties had agreed to settle the action. Matthews v. Comorford. Claim for £17 13s ud for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Thomson for tho plaintiff, Mr. Riehards for the defendant. His ...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

IParliaiueiBtary Suiumsiry. f Abridged from the. Ileruld.f In the Legislative Counoil, on Wodnosday,' after tho transaction of tho usual preliminary business tho, Houso went into comniittoo on tho Employers' Liability Bill. Mr. S. 0. Brown, the hon. .mombor in charge of tho bill, stated tliat, in accordan'co with the opinions proviovsly expressed, he intondod to mako tho bill accord ? ns far as possiblo with tho English Act dealing with tho samo subjoot. Clauso 1 waspassod without amondmont. Mr. Piddington movod a ?Itli Hub-sootion to clnuso 2,- to tho offoot thai, tho operations of tho Act should not apply to contracts already ontored into, but tho amond mont was nognlivod, and tho clauso, with n slight -amondinout, was passud. Mr. Brown moved a now clause to tho offoct thnt coiuponsn tion bo limited to tbo amouiitof throo yoars' wngos, which ,wns agreed to. Olauso 3 was amondod to reduco tho poriort for giving notico of action fiom 12 wooks to' six, and tho poriod for commencing t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

CRICK. 531'. The following aro tho scoros of tho match played on Saturday last, at Bnrrior, botweon an olovon from Nuuibn C. 0., and a liko numbor of Burrior C. 0. :— KUMBA C. C; First Innings. ^Second Inning*. W. Wntls. c Kciiucdy, 1i lUiliIulpli ? 10 li Uiddulpli ? a J. Ilouitt.rtinotit ? !( liJIMilnlph ? i II. O'Nd.li Ihddulph ? -1 Mliddulpl ? 1 S. Jlii'lianlwin, c l'lotclier, ll Thoilmm ? 0 thrown out ? 0 K. lloniff, l.l-.w., bTlioibiini 0 h.o.w ? 8 T. Uritlcm, li.o.v., liThorbuni 21 run out ? 10 W. Guidon, niiinut ? 1 1) Uiddulpli ? l.'l J. l)ritl-m,bKonncil-- ? II not out ? ?'! II. Tlmrgntc, not out ? 8 li lCcnncdy ? 1 D.lliii-roii.l) Kennedy ? 2 blliildulnh ? 1 Bundrics ? B . , Sundries ? « ToUil ? 0.1 v Total ? BO BUlUilKn C. C. Fir-it Innliiid. , Second Iuniiiffi. John Thorbuni. b O'Neil ? , 0 o.Hnwltt b Goiilon ? 1 ?\\r 1).i»h/\.. li MTnHj '' '''. '?. '' !l'-r nMfi*Mif-,4lun».''ll 'I'lllin Kato ? 1 V. IConnedv, li O'Neil ? 0 li.o.w., b AViilti ? 1 H. llidduln'li, b 'Diurga...

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The Egyptian Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

TJte 32gyi-tiau Crisis. We oxtrnofc tho following articlo from tho British Mail, the organ of tho British ohambors of cominorco,' making allownnco for tho possiblo supremacy of .sordid fooling ovor thoso of pat riotism. Thoro is much in tho article that is very interesting as concerning tho rovorso sido of thoGovornnieut policy as regards Jigypt : — That Christian England in tho nineteenth contury, and undor a liboral Govornmont, solemnly pledged to ponce, should carry fearful carnage and all tlio horrihlo atrocitios of war into n country belonging to a friondly sovereign, is, on tho fnce of it, not only a painful, but a vory 'astounding fact. The sonding of war-ships into .Egyptian w.ilors, Lho bombardment of Alexan dria, and tho present preparations for war, aro, it must bo coufossod, against tho comity of nations, tho 'DSmopoiin concert, tho laws of humanity, and the interests of cominorco. How has England boon provoked to snorifico all those considerations ? Do reasons sufficien...

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Weekly Calendar for October. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

'Weekly Calendar for October. PHASES OF THE M.OON. Last quarter . . 4th, tit 12.23 p.m. Now Moon . . 12th, at 4.6 p.m. . First quarter.. 20th, at 9.59 a.m. Full Moon ? 27th, at 0.38 a.m. ?p, I c — Sun ? 1 High water atShoal VA.TB. | fo8C3i got3- hqyonHoads. ir. m, n. sr. a. m. r. si. 12 5 24 0 9 8 10 8 18 13 5 23 C 10 8 60 8 oi 14 5 22 6 11 9 30 9 29 .15 5 21 6 12 9 59 10 5 ? 16 5 19 6 12 10 49 10 43 17 6 18 6 13 11 31 11. 23 18 5 17 6 14 ? 11 45 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

XIluw»rr;i Steiim Mavisntioii Company. TIME TAHT,E. From Sydney. { Ji^ ^g^™? VvkU* ITrom Gioonvoll ( Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point. ? ( '8 a.m. FAttTCS : €ul-iit, 2--h; KL'tiiDii (Culrfn), 3Om; StttcrtiKe, S'Sn Uil. E. MANNING, I Malinger. }i ' JGiiiglibli Muitllisti «ihI AiiKiralidu V ? milE BUSINESS of this BANK will, For tho J. fuluro lio conducted in tho NRW IPIffi MlSHSin Kinghorn-slrcoluoxt tlio 1'rcsbyLoi'iun church, i BOBT. FINLAYSOiNT. ' ? lMnnngor. Nmvra, 12Lh January, 1881. ?'H. LANGLEY, cox/cn^issionsr PRODUCE* AGENT, Tu-i S2UNL/IN JAJi $? Fli UIT DEPOT, 92 Suksi:x-stiii:et, Y !) N E Y . Jw.lS.EiJK- I AV1 MsXHxhSh J vilJfl ? f Zcifri Thome and Mcil:lrjohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Botweou King and Market Stroots, SYDNEY. HAWKEN AMD VA1TGE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Stjieet, SYDNEY. ~ ELLIS & COMPANY, AILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 7G3, George-strcot, South Sydney. Cattle, Sheep, and Morse Salesmen. Produce Auctioneers and Agents, for tho Sale of L...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

O E ill II . IIawkkk.— Octobor G, at her rosidonco, Nowrn, Cnrolino, tho bolovod Wifo of Edmund Hawkor. Aged, 39 years. 'What a blossod thought, I am going Homo.' 1 THE Published every TCJiurMlay Morning. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1882.

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