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

iiMrshi tortus a fnct. tliat aiBaptistv.iiiMironcli-. wool's iis-o fioin tho to^VV In thoso Jl^Rlaino. John - tho Bipfist piniclung/nv tlio wildornossof Judion,'!iiffld tlio followinu'words,: ' O, how, T; lil-o,,toi,ron(l1thosi)..wovda.'.in: tho BlesFod. Bible. , .You j don't road , anywhoro in;it , about John tho iMojlirtdisf... nor., about. John, tlio Piosbvlei'inn, nor about John. tho, Ernsoofalian. lior about- John tho Conp-roa'atioiialist, , . But it it is John tho Baptist.. O, how I' liko' to rend that!' ? ? ? ???? '. ' 1701?. SALE, a t^/fllss PTANO.' Choiif' ^ Apply to MKbyf.VfiCKESON, Now i n. Regatta flbs* £%'iiice ©fi' Wales'^ JBiruiday; ?. . ? r ?. ALLj PERSONS AftorAtod in Aountie Stiorts/ nre.-roouoste/ l)- fi ioof; nt, Aross'-'Pontral Hotel, oh SATUllp^lY '.1'IVENTNG NEXT, at 8 p.ni.,. to.ammgo ioija 1U3GATTA on tho; :9th; Novombor. - ) , .Wmv Eras^Maetin,' . -. cfisiwMiy&aaSy Mimi'v, 107, ? SUSSEX SYDNEY;' Por tho snlo of yf'nrm Produce, principally Maizo and ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catching the Kellys. LATEST NEWS FROM HEAD-QUARTERS BY SPECIAL WIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Catching the liellys. ». LATEST NEWS FROM HEAD-QUARTERS BY SPEOIAlS' ?WIRE. . ... ? K May 27. 10 n.m. — A boundary rider entered % tho camp this morning with theinformation that 1 ho had seen Nod Kelly, and knew where tho yl/ gang were hiding. Great. oxcitemont ! 12 noon. — Started. Tho mon nro determined to do, or die. 3 p.m.— Suddonly difcovered that wo havo brought no ammunition with us. Halted, and a party returned for a supply. C p.m. — Too dark to proceod. Camped. \Vo long for tho morrow. May 28.— Wot day. Black trackers subject to colds, nnd afraid to proceed. Played u cricket match. Largo scores. 5 p.m. — Weather break ing. Mon impatient to proceed. May 29, Roso at 10 a.m., and at 11.30 a.m. woro 111 tho siuldlo again. 4 p.m.— Stoppod at a roadside inn, and played skittles till dark. G p.m. — Tho mon are groupod in knots, converting . eagerly of our venture, and pining for tho break ' of day. ' ' May 30.— Stayed all day at roadsido inn to bo present at a rnfllo at- night. Pl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Unclaimed Letters. List No. 12. From the Government Gazette, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Unclaimed Letters. List' No. 12. From the Government Gazette , June 2. Parties applying for unclaimed letters at tho Gonoral Post Offico aro requested to givo tho correct number of letter, with tho dato and num ber of tho list in which thoy may havo observed thoir namos, as such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the country mak ing written applications, in addition to the for mer particulars, are requested to stato where thoy oxpoct thoir letters from, and any othor in forma tion tending to prevont an unnocossary trans mission of letters. SIIIP LETTE1S. G O'Brion James, Kiaina 7 O'Bergen Mrs. Bridgot, Kiama 23 Oughton Georgo, Broughton Croak. 6 Taylor Jas.. Broughten Crook COLONIAL LETTERS. 7 Adam Rudolph, Nowra : ? , 25 Alcorn Mrs., ICiama 60 Barrios J. Kiama . ... v ? 224 Collins Donis. Fpx. Ground, Kiama ,-. 227 Collins Denis, Fox Ground 59 Dean J. C., Gerringong ' , . : . 'i 68 Devitt J. J., Gorringong 80 Evison J., Shollharbour ?_' ? 151 Gray John Thomas...

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Cable Intelligence. London, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Cable Intelligence. ' . (From the Hei'ald.) London, Juno 10. In . accordance 'With the policy forshadowed in the Qucen'B pp.eech at the opening of Par liament, Lord Hartington in the .House of Commons stated that steps will bo immediately taken to bring tho war in Afghanistan to a close at the earliest possiblo moment. With this object, orders havo boon sent by this Viceroy, acting on instructions from the Home Government, to Gonoral Stewart to evacuate tho capicii ana mo surniun-nng districts, at latest by November, and to withdraw his troops from tho other advanco 1 positions now occupied by tliom within that timo. ?. Thero is good authority for bolieving that Gapdamnk, tho Kybor lino. nnd the Shutar- ? gar lon Puss on the Kurum Yal'.ey route' will bo tho ex remo points which' the British troops will rjtuin. !'' , ™. Tho Australian orickotors to-day comriionced thoir oighth match, at Dew-ibury, against tho eleven ot tlio county or xorksnire. Tho home players wont first to tho wick...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. Farewell to Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

CIKIGHMAIi POETRY, Farewell to Australia. Farrwk'.l to'Australin,— the Rsm of tlw (wean, ? Tho ifllo of mv birth, in bright beauty tho queen ; In R.'id'H'.'H lul l -iivm-.v. with liLMi-tfolt emotion, .1 tako the last look of uach well loved accne. .My bark's in the Rtrcim. awl tho summer breweblowtog-, . Doth (lance on tho watcl-d that apurkle -with foam ; ... - ? ! 'Whilu all natnro in her smiles is bestowing, . ; t. Whilo I sally sigh for my own native home. . ;The shrubs on Oin lulls, full of beauty awaken, And flowrets peep f »rth from their roseate cell ; . T\Hiose incense, and odours, by ZephjVa lijtfit shaken, Is borne to iny bojoiu, to bid mo farewell. Farewell to Australia, my prayer j shall attend yc, Tho' far in a smnier clime I m-iy dn-ell ; May thy sons from all ovil and d L'H^r defend thee, Farewell to Australia, — a lon^, long- farewell. Farowell to Australia— the queen of the ocean, Tho land of my birth, so endearing to me ; I breathe a farewell, — with deepe-.t, emo...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA TUESDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Central Slioalliaven Municipal' , Council. Terrara, Tuesday, June 15. The Council mot at tho usual placo of mooting at Terrara on Tuesday last, at 2.40. Prosout— tho full Council, excepting Alderman Emory. . Tho minutes of previous meeting having been read aud confirmed, 'l'bo Olerk read copies of outward correspon dence. Inwards comprised lottors from Mr. John Roseby, M.P., and Nowra Council ; tho former was on . tho: subjcot of the library by laws, intimating that the Bamo was boing con sidered in view of proccdont, and would bo assonted to ; nnd tho latter informed Council that tho contribution towards cost of maintain ing South Boundary Road would bo forwarded niter alignment of tlio road, in terms of agree ment. After doliborntion, it was docided that tho matter bo allowed to remain in aboyauco for eomo timo, in tho hopo of being amicably settled. Tho Finance Committco's report, rocommond ing pnymont of tho following sums, was adopted : — D. Pollock & Co. (to bo paid if...

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NOWRA, TUESDAY, JUNE 15. (Before Messrs. John Monaghan and H. G. Morton, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Nowra, Tuesday, June 15. (Before Mossrs. John Monaghan and H. Or. Morton, Js.P.) William Jolly, on remand, was brought beforo tho Bench on tiie chnrgo mentioned abnvo, anil, after hearing tho depositions road and tnkiiq: tho ovideuco of Constablo Brayno, tho Botch adjudged tlio defendant to pay a penalty of £2 and coats ; in default, lovv and distress, or ten days in tho lock-up, including tho timo alrouly incarcerated --0 days. Defendant having no goods, ho was conveyed to tho lock-up for tho remainder of his sentenco. [Messrs. Brown and Glanvillo took their seats on tho Bench.] Thomas Griffiths pleailod not guilty to two charges preferred against bun by Constable Brnyno, — indoconcy and obsceno language on tho 12th instant at Nowra — and after honring tho ovideuco of the approhonding office;', for the first offenco ho was finod 20s or sovon days in tho lock-up, and for tho socond, 10s, or 48 hours. Finos paid. Hugh 'l wosides pleaded guilty to having mado use of obscone language a...

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"A LIE "WELL STUCK TOO," ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

'A LIB WELL STUCK TOO,' ETC. ' Causeur' writes to the Boston -Tram- ? ? m cript It is no use tor au JBasteru man to i try to tell a big story when tnero is a Western man about, Causour has tried it - f . j and get beaten, beaten oleau out of sight. : | He thought ho oould epin a yarn, that- . -j would teat anyone's credulity, but ho . i always found that a Westorh man could go him one better. 'When I wns a youug man/' aoid Colonel B., 'we lived in ( Illinois. The farm. had been well wTooded, uuu IUU BbUUljis ;HCiO piyuujf uwv ? wo put tho corn in among them, and ? managed to raioe «. fair crop. Tno nexc atason I did my share of the ploughing. . Wo hud a ' culky' plough, and I but in tho seat and managed tuo horses, four as handsomo bays as ever a man drow rein over. One day I found a stump light in - my way. I hatod to back out, bo 1 just said a word to tho teajji, and if you'll believe it, they just walked that plough rigKt through that stump aa though it bad been oheoie.' Not a 6o...

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"A GREAT SWAMP RECLAIMED." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

', ' A Great Swamp Reclaimed.' , ' Acorrrspouileiitoftlio Times, writ-ingfrom Goshen, Now York, tells how 500 acres of pestilential marsh enst of that village have been converted into tlie richest of farmland, through tho wisdom of one man. Tlio reclaimed swamp is crossed by the Erie' railway, and was ono of the most serious obstacles encountered by its engineers. To construct a foundation ior the road bed it was necessary to drivo a multitude of piles to the (leptli of 100 feet, mid cover them with hundreds of thousands of. loads of stone and dirt; the building of one mile of road across the swamp costing more than any other five miles of tlio road from. Jorsoy city to Piermout. ' Twenty years ago a fnrinor coneiovod tho idea of draining a portion --f tlio tract and making it into tillablo soil. By ditching, ho reclaimed 60 awes. Tlio first aero ho bought cost him $1. 'When it was found that tho drainage loft as a soil tho finest of black muck, composed almost entirely of vegetable...

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SHE DIDN'T. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

SHE DIDN'T. It waa plain cuough to all othor passen gors ou tho ferry boat that tho two wero iu . . lovo and engaged, yet the girl seemed to . . doubt his forvour, just a little. Toereforo, as the boat n ached mid-stream sho leaued over and tenderly said : ' ' Johnnie, I am going to teat your love. I am going to jump ovorboard, and if you really lovo mo, 1 know you'll jump alter . , ; ; ' Yea, I'll jump after you,' ho slowly ? « ??? replied, u but, but — ' ' But what, Johnnio ?' 'But if I were you, I'd tako off my shoes first. Just tho miuuto they haul you out ot the water every womaninthis crowd will ruah to see whether you wear , : No. 2'a or No. 5'a, and if you nro in your stockiug feet they cauJt get the size.' The girl drew her feet under tho chair, . sighed once or twice and did notregain her old enthusiasm until tho. boy catno along with paanufcs. — Detroit Free lJross, v :

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Original Correspondence. Shoalhaven Swamps! Are they Ar[?]ble? TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 June 1880

Original CorrcMpuntace. i Shoalbaven Swamps ! Arc they , Arable? ? ' .TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRArH. Sin, — Having noticed somo observations in your journal a few weeks ago on tho subject of tho swamps of ^SJioalhavon und, the commercial- anil sanitary.: benefits that would arise from thoir reclamation',' I ? sbrid you. a clipping, which; may be -takon: to verify some of tlio current state-.' monts , of jfarmbrs , respecting: - tho 'priiilucuig quality , /of the;' , loam ..'oi Graham's swainp. M'his ' rvf . Viinil.om InnVl ? ns' L'nnwn ' /vim prises; some , of I tlio host : land in Shoalhavon : b'ut'Vyidiich;-unfprtundtoly for our district is allowed : to ;romaiu .poisoning the atmbsphoro Ayith'the , ^lan^wliieh it ojocts. In addition Tfq 'thitf^it;' is ' not creditable to us Young Alls-' tralians to see, thoso sources of a mint of money.'', lying unproductive whilo thousnrids ot pounds storling are going out of the district; nrid.' '.the 'colony for produce, for the production, of...

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Science. A NEW WAY OF STUDYING SOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

\j|cicittt. A NEW WAY 01? STUDYING SOUNDS. The London Times reports that a now and simple way of producing coloured riugs, whioh sooms eapablo of somo interesting applications, has rncently hern brought to publio notioo by M. Guo'uhiird. A sauoor lillod with not very puro mercury is all tho appurutus required, Thon clear off with a pieoo of osril or papor thn thiu polliole oi oxiilo and dnst, breathe on tho bright sui faoo, aua a niaguinoeui ujeiomoi ooiourtu rings ib given by the film ol oondouseil moisture then lonued. Instead of tho lour or live 'irises' dcsoriboii by Newton, sis or seven can ho woll mado out, and tho thiekneao of the film increasing from tho border inwards, tho oiuur ot nuea ib rovortou. auti uatter cusots oun be got by dropping volatile snbstanoes (aa petroleum oil) 011 tho meroury surfaee, tnstuuU of broathing on it; but iho most remarkable results rtro had with collodion. Diiu'i't with ether, this gives pollielos ou the n!--rouryt whioh may be rtotaohod (alte...

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Traveller. AN OLD KENTISH TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

fotelkr. AN OLD KENTISH TOWN. Wandeuinq tho rr.3ti con3t; of tho couuey Ii'iut, the tourkb who bus limo to uparf-, and v/i.o ja iuipj-i viouo to i h ?) noi y ullvftutior.ifl oi tho iwmj? wavorin^-pl'-.-tn (ioViod hlong i^t will fiurt :i qumit lk:u; tltl vrorM town rt.\ndir^ iu n -rohy plcr'n u lit t b.itk from tho ton, wImca will V7i-ii ton.ty tau t;r iuvtr of mniqwfy i who liui^r* ih?i-o fov n oi* tv?o. The ; n-vr\o oi tho ia Si.Ddwi'-'h. If h»i h^s ' 0V4 r Ll-cii in Hollsiit). hn v.ill thicii ho I tuddcnly boen tiv-mpOL^H1, th»»*cf lio t ho fl'.'; ? l.-'bflncnpo ' iiiiroiiipt: itsolf boforo him, with only here and there a fow cattle grazing; and occasionally a low red-tiled roof touched hy tho sun, making ti bit of warm colour in 1ho midst of the universal greyuess. Treeless — save for a fen* melancholy poplars— and dreary enough it looks, even in tho mellow light of a clear Autumnal day, as you speed along in the' train, a mode of locomotion which seems strangely out of keeping w...

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Agriculture. THE MILK-PAIL AND THE COWS THAT FILL IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

[?] THE ' MILK-PAIL . AND THE COWS THAT KILL IT. Br. J. P. Sheldon. ' If civilised people were ever to lapse into the worship oi animals, the cow would cer tainly bo tueir uhief goddess,' wrote Oharles - Dickons in Household Words. We. endorse the sentiment, because of its fitness and purity.- As the matter , now stands there are Many oiviliBed people who, have lapsed; into the worship of animal and.otlier. deities that are much less worthy objeots of reverence, and to those the worship ol the oow would be elevating; anyway, it could not be debasing, lor the oow is one of the moBt beneficent of Nature's giltB to man, ' Qne tbtog oiiiy is Wanting in the o'ow— she gro'w's Ho wool. ' If it were not for thia omiesidki she would be as nearly as possible peifeot; and' we could, ii need toe, get uloug #t'iriy Well 'without ail bur other domesticated animytv')irtoviding we tept tho oow, lor she o'ari ' pioutgh1 arid sow, and reap and moto, very tolsribly; when properly set to work; and thou...

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THE WELCOME GUEST. A REMARKABLE FACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

THE WELCOME QUEST. ' . . A KEMAIUIABIiE FACT. A pigeon in not generally looked upon as a xomantio bird, nor does it often exhibit an indifference to its fate when iu tho presenoo o( its natural enomy — the oat ; bnt such a thing has happened, and in eo extraordinary & wa^ as to induce tlie author ol thia paper — Who was himself a witness of tbe toeno — ? to make suuh u ftict known ub widely as pos Bible. .It was the wim?r of 1863— the Uhnstmas timo when the genial Thackeray was found dead in his bed— that . a wedding in whioh the writer took a principal part, was about to take placo in St. John's Ohuroh, Waterloo Boad, Loudon. On the eye of this event, tho /amily wero surprised by a strange, flattering noise at the -parlour window; and on p'rocoediug to aeeertaiti the oanse, it was discovered that a pigeon had entered' the xoom. It was a lino bird, ahd did not seem at all frightened by tho number of strange faoes that were gazing upon'it, Suddenly it Walked from the apartmen...

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THE IRISH REVENUE POLICE INSPECTOR'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

THE IRISH REVENUE POLIOE INSPECTOR'S DREAM. Magkin's Hotel is, or waa, a rofugo to tho waifs ond strayB of male humanity whom circumstauces and the Limited Mail bring. to Dublin ; and tho walla of its dingy smokiug-room have in their time listened to many a strange talo of adventure told over tho punoh. Ono afternoon, tho woather — an Irish drizzlo, twin-sister of a Scotch mist— puttiug out of tho question a saunter in Grotton street, tho writor tatMiofcra ita fire, in company with another waif, a retired West India Oolonel, when we were joined by a third waif, tall, elderly, and who, from hia appearance, had also evidently 'served.' The conversation, general at first, took eventually a turn which led to this gentle man beguiling tho time ior us until the dinnor-bour by tho reoital of a remarkable droam, for whioh and tho events conneotod with it, it ia perhaps superfluous to say tbo narrator vouched. Tho dream occurred to himself. The events' he had either partici pated in or was c...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Commercial ffai-elli??crice. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAM!.] §y«ltaey Markets. Maize is firmer, Is 1 Id per bushel, for ordinary to good, and 2s is asking for very dry samples, tho present advance is owing to bad weather op the Northern Coast, preventing arrivals. Early lioso, potatoes for seed would , bring from, 4s to ?'4s 6d por cwt. Butter, easier, lOd per lb., tor ?-prico. But I think from what I hear- this will he only for a week or two. Bacon very much easier, 4d to Gd per lb ; cheese, 4d to Gd. Pig/ nnd calves still low. Eggs Is to Is 3d per -dozen. Poultry has a slow salo at recent values

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MR. SHORES' AMAZING TANGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

MR. SHORES' AMAZING TANGLE. WANinn— Threo competent men to fill vacancies ou the editorial siiiff ot the Oil City Daily Derrick. Tho sad circumstancos which ealied cut thn above advertisement aro as follows : — In yesterday's editorial column appeared a notioe that a man named Shores' had manied his btep-daughter, who was also his cousin, being an uncle's daughter by hia (Shores') deceased wife's former marriage. The city editor very tuonghtlosBiy asKeu, wnac roiation would the children by this man iuge, and thoir ohildreu, sustain to tho parents ?' Tho whole foroo attempted to solve the problem, with terrible results. ' In tile first place,' said tho city editor, ' the children would bo their father's and mother's second cousins, and their grand father would ho thoir grand-uncle by their lathor's aide, while their grandmother would be thoir grand-aunt and also step-mother, aa well as their father's wife, henoe they'd be their own ohildreu— gracioUB ; twio.e nothing : or nothing oud...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

- liOCAIi SKTISIiMSSE^CB. ' ICONCERT. — The attontion of _ the lovers of ; music, vocal and instrumental, is requested to j, the programme of a concert to bo holden in the . Band Boom. Nowra. next Thursday night. The , i, object for which funds nre sought to be raised if a good one — independent of tho value of an i- entertainment of good'music. and song. !i,. Subordinate Boads under Trustees.— . Classification and proposed distribution for 1 880 . Mnih South Coast Boad to Jervis Bay, £49 ? v.i'Nowra via Sassafras Bange, Narriga, and j, Marulan to Braidwood, £525; Nowra' Mui,ici- - ? . pnlity to Burrier, i'G3 ; Eustorn boundary of Nowra Municipalitj' throueh Terrara to Greon c ..well Point Boad, £30 : Illaroo via Brown'f ^'Mountain to Bomaderry Ferry, £56. . .'? 'Nowra 0. E. CriuRcn ScnooL-nooli.— ' During tho past fortnight. Mr. A. Wolf,, calunet V' analier and builder of Nowra, under .contract .tfroni the trustees of tho Nowra Branch of, the - 'Cliurch, haB erected a commodious an...

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Nobelist. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

§jMM. DENIS DEVINE: THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, BY GROSVENOR BUNSTER, ' ??Author of ' Mark Fclton ,' ' So Wins Who Waits,' ' Ahl Bradltsg $«. CHAPTER XVI.— (Continued.) 'That's how wofixmatters here, mates;' j he oiied, as ho tcsBed off his champagne. , ' But drink up and como along with me ' inter tho kitchcn. Mobbo I can put you up to aonietliin' ub might Buit you on the Bendigo. To see, I've beon on the rush ever sinco ib took placo, and bo I'm what - yomay call an nuthority,' . , ; / . Consuming their wine, the trio repaired to tho rear or tne inn, ana enterea a long, low, smoke-stained apartment, at the end ? ? of which was a huge fireplace presided ' ' over hy a black cook, who was rating the ? ' * idlo crowd that lounged about his kitchen, ' ' expectorated on his -well-scrubbed Btone .V . floor, nnd interfered with the culinary .. operations which ho was conducting at the fire. ? . V: ? , ? '.Now, look yar,' he ctied, brandishing : ' ; a hugo fork, ' dor's no two ways 'bout dis ...

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