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Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Good TciapJary. On Friday night last, the Tomerong 'Flowor nf tho Forest' Lodge of Good Templars held one of its harmony meetings at tho Union Phurch building at the abovonamed place. The , weather was fine, and it being moonlight, there ,was a fair gathering of members of tho Order r'r'om Wandaudiau, Errowell, Groenhills, and ithqr placos at a considerable distance ; in Aort, the attendance of visitors, and tho onthu linom avi f 1 1 Ttrliinli tlio nvnnfinrlintTK wrtvfl rnnni rftfl lugurs well for tho success und growing popu 'nrity of the Order among tho younger members ?if our community. Tho proceedings commenced hy singing a temperance ode by the choir, issisted by tho rest of tho mombors ind visitors preseut. Tho choir, which was .organised for tho occasion comprised tho under mentioned members of the Order at that placo : — Sisters M'Gill and Booth ; Bros. M. Matthip, Fames Booth, Goo. Booth, and ono or two o.ther.s .whose names wo did not got. Bro. John U'Arthur, Worthy Chief ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. GOD KNOWS THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

'i \ ' GOD KNOWS TIIE BEST. timo when 'all bio's ieaaona liavo i - 'been loomed, . And bub and stars lorovormoro havo sot, Tlio things whioh our weak judgment hero i'-ivv- . . ? ? .v.' ?? . havo Bpurnod— - ? Tlio thiugs. o'or which wo grioved with ?' VWH: - :? ??'???I lashoa wot — ' Will flash boforo ub oat of life's dark night, ?«Ab stars shino moat in deepor tints ol blue ; ? And wo ehull boo how all Qod's nlana worn right, . And how what aoemed reproof was love ii:.:.';,-.',:- j moBt trne. And wo shall boo how, whilo we Irown and sigh, . ' God's plana go on as best for you and mo ; : Bow, whon wo called, Ho iioodB not otir cry, Beoauso Bis wisdom to tho end could boo. ? - And oven as prudent parents disallow ; Too muoli of sweet to oiaving babyhood, ! ; : 80 God, perliope, is koopmg from ua now ! « ? i : Life's aweetOBt things, beoauso it aeemeth i ~ - good. . ( ?t.:v And il sometimes, commingled with life'8 ??n wmo, : Wo find the wormwood, and rebol and shrink, . i . : So snro a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Shoalhaven A. & II. Association. Tne adjourned quarterly meeting of the mom bors of this association was hold at tho School room, Terrara, on the. ovening of Tuesday last, at 7 p.m. ; tho President in the chair. The night was fine, vot tho attendance was limited, owing, no doubt-,- to the extrtime coldness of the night, and, shall wo say, tho characteristic and almost culpublo lack of interest in theso quarterly meetings displayed by tho members. The minutes of previous meeting wero road ana connrmea. Tho Secretaiy road tho following correspon dence from tho'Kiama Agricultural Socioty ; — Kiama A. and H. Association, 1st Juno, 1880. To tho ; Secretary Agricultural Association of Shoalhaven. Sir,— 'With regard to the propositi to establish a Central Butter Market in the metropolis, I have now the honour to inform you that after n pwd deal of correspondence on the subject. I this day received a letter from the Municipal Council of Sydney u copy of which I enclose for the infor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

'No pent up Utica contracts our poworo' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluable preparation of modorn times, for its sales aro not confined to any particular .sphere, hut oxtond ovor all tho quarters of tho globe. Orders are being constantly rccoived from remoto sections, and its export constitutes ono of tho staples of our trade. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory ol its curative properties hnvo bean translated into all languages, and thero it: 110 portion of the world whoro Udolpho Wolfe's Schiodnin Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Dew of tub Alps.— Tho 'world outside of Europe having discovered that this palatablo tome liquor is tho finest invigonmt oxtant, the demand for it in the Wost Indies, South Aiuonca and Australia lias literally become onormous. It is strange for hnndreds of years so wonderful an appotizoi- and stomachic should hayo boon 1 comparatively unknown beyond the Swiss fron rt'nrs. nnil tho thanks of millions aro duo to Messrs. M. Moss and Coi, tli...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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"AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

' A G lilOULTUEE. ' In accordanco with proiniso, it is proposed in this pupor to diroot attontion to tho products grown by various nations— past, nnd present— und to tho methods pursued, whoro .such infor mation may provo of interest, mora for tho sako of onlightening tho minds of tho mombors of tho Association and of amusing thom, than with tho idea of laying bofore thom anything that is of really practical uso. ' Tn almost ovorv habitable part of tho globo thoro is found an nbundanco of vogotation, tho spontaneous growth, of nature, but tho supply of vogotablos suitablo to tho sustonnnco of human lifo to bo found amongst this horbago is vory limited, so that tho attontion of man is directed to tlio capture of animals suitablo for food. This sourco of food, too, is soon found to fail, so that his efforts to obtain subsistenco are ere long directed to tho raising in quantities of somo odiblo, or fruit-bearing plants. And his attontion is turned not onlv to tho growth of plants that ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Important to Squatters and Free Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Ii9{ior(aiit to fijquottcrs aii(3 'Free, Selectors. It has often struck us that considerable ligitntion would arise- in tho caso of heaps of families, who in order to evado the law whereby they could only take up 320 acres of land, take up largo selections iu thoir childi oil's names, and afterwards selling the wholo of theN^selecljbn (which generally formed one coinplSt^bloiik) before the childre'n- came ^tofS-ageVj -^y -the old Land Act children undei\ ago, infants in fact; 'could take up land, or their parents could for them, but thoy could ' not transfer it until -the children came of 'age. But thousands did . transfer, nnd now the childron lmvo come, or are coming, of ago, ,'it | is o'ftbtt 'necessary to go through certiiin legal forms - again, and even pay the childron over again. A case in point has just occured, but it presents some novel features.,, It was .'the, triul of y Condon v. Weathorhead , ,in . the Supreme .Court ? of Sydnoy 011 'Wedrieshay 'last;\^beforo Sir \Y1ll...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. * Per ninwnrm. Captair. ,T. Garde, on Hie 10th June, 1890.— To Sydney : 100 kegs Lutter, 14 cases egrrs, fit ehepses, 8 cakes, .1 case bacon, 11 baskets f?.sh, 14 baps bacon, 8 coops poultry. - 9 bar** inair.e. 1 bunuin shrrnskins. Cbngs ovsters. 1 basket duek«, ind undries. To Kinnm : w pigs, 1 bag mairre, 1 box fon-ls. 1-V- packages sundriei. To TVollowgonc : 0 bags maize, 1 big hides. Per Tllawnrra. Captain «T. Grrnlo, on the 14th .Tunc, 1W-.— ToSvdnov; 12 Itefra butter. 5liwr« baron, C hefts turnips, 5 bags oyster*, 4 cases eggs, 3 coses honey, 2 mckapes leather, 2 r- coops poultrv, 20 baskets fish. 2 baskets wild ducks, and sun ken. To Kiama: 21 pigw. 2.r- bags maize. Per Ulawarra. Captain J. Garde, on tho t7th June, IPSO To Bydnev : 117 kecrs butter. r-2 hidos. 04 chases. 7 hags bacon, 10 baskets fleh, 7 bags oysters. SO pin*. 2 horses, 4 bags ?onions. 3 packages leather. 8 cases cgcr*. 2 bags potatoes, and j.. 'sundries. ToKiama: GO ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

? . I:!,........ . . ™'. ' I'V' Vl. I'll IUawarrn btciint KtavipUioii ^ttm ..... , a , * yany. ? ? STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. , ' PEOM ,S II O A L II A V 03 N -®- i ? -i «? 1 Monday, 6 -1.111. TJiuisiiiij', 8 a.m. 1 , FROM SYDNEY, ' ' Tuesday ami Fritluj , at 31 p.m. — ? ... --..[P ' . . meals supplied during. tho passages of ,tli slenmcis fico ol cliaigo. , , , KTIic Steam Droghois, muloi cliargo o£ Captaii ? Buchanan, ? aro always plying: on tho Shoalliavoi ? 'v i .'Bitot in connection with the Sydney Hteiimors. , . , 33., MANNING. , ? ? I t t ? i tn . ' ' XnslNi; ScddiHli, and Australian ! 11 ^ MChai tiered' Mnnlt.^11' I \ BRANCH of this'linnk is now ,OPEN,' a r\ NOWRA, Shaalhaven, in temporary prcirusos, for tho transactional all usual. bank: lllE business. 1 ... . I r i t.. ! jonN dowling, 1 Manager/. . ..Sydney, 5th Juno, 1878. ; : -r -{i ; ! ^'fWanMto 'ftcKaown'r^'-;1 \\f- JONES, Collins-street,. Kinma, lias H ? llornos and Vehicles FOR HIRE. 1 IIo 13. prepared to run. botweeiij W...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

'.Teleg rapliic Intelligence. . [FEOJt OUB CORRESPONDENT.] , jrit-v! SYDNEY. ? . ' 'Wednesday,.: 2 .p.m.' % . '-The ;I. ? & :N. Co.'s new twin' screw steamer ^??' ?.''Kamoriilta,' 'arrived from Glasgow ibis morn ;| inK, ;iii ' fine order,, 75 days out; has splendid M'l'caloon aiid cabins, largo carrying capacity, with !'!,;;full hurricane deck. Maize expected to advanco before another -?'month. '!-- To-dav's telegrams cast doubt upon Tildun's en success for the American Presidency ; report? rebellion at Buenos Avers . assuming serioin ? dimensions: and 'our liovs' scoring 179 in their first innings against 18 of Birmingham : . the nomination of a candidate in the place of . 'Mr. S. W. Gray, resigned, takes place at .'? Wollongong on July 5th. polling July 7tli. ' 1 Tho Premier intimated last night the intention of the Government to contend for the plumping clause in tho Electoral Bill. Our Astronomer had an exceptionally fine night to see the eclipse. 7'esolutions affirming ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

P' Meetings to lie Held. . .. Terrara L.O.L; meots Friday, Juno 25, at '''7.30 p.m. Tho Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temper ance, Special Meeting at Greenhills Iron Storo, on Tuosduy, 29th Juno, at 7.30 p.m. ? Good Templar's Lodge meots at Nowra this ovening (Thursday), Juno 24, at 7.30 p.m. . ©re Cdfijntijk -;.i -AND' SHOALHAVEN' ADVERTISER. - Published every Thursday morning . ^ . THUBSDAY. JUNE 24, 1880. /?'

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An Equestrian Fete in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

An EquoM rinn QTete in (Kei-E9iaiiy. In Patlionow, a sniiill town in Silosia, (says tho Yiona correspond«n£ of, tlio TLmthl), an equestrian feto- -triple '^lacp iindoi- tlio' patromigo and in pi-oseilco of tlio aged Emnoror Wilholui, wliich!'- although it could not ' vio with tho Vienna cnrotissol in splondour and suinptuousnoss, in somo points by for outdid it, as a short description will provo. An oxtra train conveyed a great numbor of persons of note from Berlin to Rnthoityw, where thoy' wero hoartily welcomed. TJ10 Emporor had never been in town sinco 1830, whon ho was garrisoned thoro ns^commanding-gonoral. Ho was accompanied by--. Princo Charlos, by tho Crown Princo and his oldest son, by Princo lladziwill, Jloltko, Kninoko, Count Torponchor, Count Armin-Boitzenbcrg, und many other porsons of noto or high rank. Soldiers and soldiers wives are the solo a!ct(jrs in the . sceno. Even tho decorations liave boon touched by 110 other than soldior's hands. Tho chiof regimont garrison...

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A New Chum's Start for the Bush. (Blackwood's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

A Kew 'Oimaa's Start for tlie U., ' ' -;B5CJSSl. '' fBlachcooA's Mi iqazinc.t ^PnESENTiY-^tlio' uow arrival issued-from-tho ? i verandah;! dressed according to, his ideas, as much like a busliman as possible, in a . thick coat and. waistcoat,,, heavy enough for^ an English winter, and a pair of thick baggy cord - breeclios, , 'witlv jloiig,:. heavy soled Na-'. poleon boots, garnished' with .'formidable long-nccke'd spurs.-?, v A^bran-new. ^calibage-. tr.ee. hat .protected- his :head,; -hjsj.waist, ,was( confined^liy a broad' leathern belt, suppoit ons ono' side'/a' rovolveivmnd 011 the other a ?largo j-but«hor'(s ^knife. y It - jvaa a .matter* of Ino. littlo 'difliculty.-' for him to mount his 1 steedi ' partly from his cumbrous : attire and I the f liuge)j' s;vng '.'f; that lay across^ the seat, I as well as from(the uni)leasant way .in .which '. the:, newly-paunolled' saddle- kept slipping; ovor^tho.fut round-Lack of liis mare, iwlien-^ over. his weight bore on tlio stirrup.,., In...

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What May Happen to a Gentleman in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

: What .Way Hatipsn to a SSeiitlcinan in Australia. Pew of your readers will recollect the account, which appeared in tho Sinqlclnn Arijus about'18' months, ago, recounting the romarltiiblo nareor of tho subi'oct of this memoir, Mr. Henry Gillman. .Mr.; Gillman was tho -son' of '.dis-t 1 ?tinguishod -parentaaso iu tho. neighbourhood ! of Gorlc,n in - tho vicinity of which his father 1 . had, boon possessed of oxtensiyo ancestral . osta'tesf' Mr; :Gillman camo out to Queens t, laud somo . years ago, his roving-.. naturo inducing:him -to loaye a homo of affluence for to- him unknown lands. '.'Por . somo time ho followed various* occupations. in ?. Queensland, . .ultimataly. joining tho foot polico in Toowoomba;, ?. which occupation ho continuod for some time. .'?il- ? v. .--But- it could hardly bo oxpcctnd that ho.'cpiild' f ? . remain very. long under that uniform, and.aft^r landing- over,, his regimentals : ho crossed , tho ,! border and obtained omploymont in a menial capacity nt B...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Year's Product of Gold and Silver. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

MISCEMi.U'EOUS. A Year's Product of Gold and Silver. ? A. The annual report of the Director of the United '? ? States Mint states the production of tho precious motals in tho United States in 1879 Was considerably less than that of the .perceeding year. It has rosultod from tho ^ diminished yiold of tho minos of tho Comstock ? - ? ???: lode. A depth has hoon roacliod of 1000 foet . below tho bed of tho Carson Rivor, and impedi ments aro encountered from accumulations of ? -water nnd from tho oppressive temperature. .**»?. which ' discourago and havo retarded vertical : operations: ? This has caused a falling off in tho total yield of tho States as officially reported, . . v.,, , ? which in 1878 was 47,070,903 dollars of both . gold and silver, but which for 187G, J. P. Hollock, tho State Comptroller, roports, to he only 19,305, '173-97 dollars from tho production ?. of the proceeding year. Although tho produc tion of Novada will ho large and continuous for roa'ny years, it docs 1 no...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A Pathetic Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

A Patlieti® Sioi'y. A patiietic story is told in connection with tho relief fund instituted by her Grace tho Duchess of Marlborough. Two littlo boys, half naked, travel-stained, and barefooted, sought admission tho other day to tho castlo, stating that they had walked all tlio way from Skibboroen, county of Cork, to plead for help to pay , tlioir father's, rent. They were brought into hor Grace's pro- I sonce. Not ill tho least abashed, thoy told their story, simple and pathetic. Thoy wero tho sons of Pat M'Cartliy, of ' Conclugger, in tho parish of Caharagli, near Skibbereen. Ho had a bit of land, but tho times wore so bad ho could not pay Hid ' rint,' and ho owed £8. Having gono round among tlio friends and neighbours, ho could only scrapo together £&' What was to bo dorio to pay his. way ? :' The 'two children who lmvo seen respectively 12 and 14 summors, thought they would ask tlio goocLpiicliess off Marlborougli to givo yf.ddddy^y:..tlte^'£2,;'yjAwiiy' they started fQr....

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What Representative Men Say of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

What Representative Men Say of'ilSte Bible. A coiiREsrojiDEXT of tho Inter- Ocean who has read Colonel Ingorsoll's lecture, has col lected tho following utterances of scientists, statesmen, and tliinlcers in regard to the Bible : — ' ' The grand old book of God still stands and this old earth, tlie more its leaves are turned over and pondered, the more it will sustain and : illustrate the sacred word.'— Professor Dana. 'All human discoveries seem to be mado only for the purpose of confirming more and more strongly the truths contained in the sacred Scriptures.'— Sir John Herscliel. 'The Bible furnishes the only fitting vehicle to express tho thoughts that over whelm us when contemplating the stellar universe.'— O. M. Mitchell. ' , ' In my investigations of natural science I have always .found that whenever I' can meet with anything in the Bible, on any subject, it always affords me a fine platform on. which to stand.': — Lieutenant Maury. ' 'Pointing to the family Bible oiuthe stand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

3701! SALE/' ?fyn/tty.iss PIANO. Ocfiou{sf Apply to A«^Pa£1'EES0N, Nohi.i. ? ? ? ? , -C A -'U' T I © f JS'. 1 I- HEBEBY.'. isoliiy:.jjmt/nrtv- PERSONr'i'oY PERSONS .iAim, -imToi'j.tlio.,(lat() ol tliiEj noticorCU-rnN«,-/ lUOIO.VINtt TlSlBERs frofii tho Fnt^JswJvii g/' Mr; Churl&s Camp bell's 900 Acros, yawlandian,' now in my pos-. sossioii, 'will by PROSECUTED us ' tlio luw ' dnccts. / - 1 1 ' ' ' ' ^ . i u ? 1 wf - t 'f'i r *, t. JOHNf BASTAEIVyt Tomerong,«Diiho 8,' '18S0.-» U ^ — ® fviJ k ' ? — ? : ? - ... ? . ? ? . ?* ,£ Sliaulhaveit A. -& 51. Associatioii... '. A PUBLTC MEETING, under tho' Uspicol 1 -W XJL ' ot tho abo\o S')Oiel\, will bo hold an tli(i ? Public Stliool, Ten-nrn, /ft) SATUKEAY,^ !iiiD July, nt 2 p.m., to tykof into considoiatioii tho - necessity of inalting/i/in^iiionta toi oxpoiting a consuloiablo qunj/liUy oTi tbo Euttorsmado ini i tho di&tin.t m fauiyiiyfr, iwd |or. ?. (lovismg ^ snino- ! means ot iosteii/^lliCi/induelrics than nimtize:...

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SOUTH COAST NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

SOUTH COAST IKOTES. , ; ' It is rumoured, or announced, that tho under mentioned gentlemon will be candidates for the representation nf Kiama, viz. : Dr. H. J. Tarrant (late of Kiama, but now of Sydney) : Mr. S. Major, Importer, etc.. Into of ICiama, but now nf Sydney : Mr. J. H. Curruthors, Solicitor, etc., Sydnoy; Mr. W. J. Coulter, Commission Agent, Sydney; Mr. Atchieson, Licensed Surveyor, St. Leonards; Mr. Geo. Tato, Commission Agent, Sydney; Mr. Geo. B. Dibbs, at prosont residing in Dariingliurst Gaol. Our '..tip'', is that the doctor will double it against all hands if ho consents to stand. The nomination takes pluco noxt Wednesday, and the poll, if any, on tho following Friday (to-morrow weak). It is proposed to establish a now Publio school nt Osborne Hill, Jamberoo. ' \ - ? Tho oontract of Leggatt and Hadkins for 28,000 '.tons of cube setts ' for -tlio': Sydney tramway has been accepted by the Government. This moans an expenditure of £44,500 in Kiama within a period of eig...

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"PROSPECTING" METAL VEINS BY THE INDUCTION BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

'PEOSPECTING' METAL VEINS BY THE INDUCTION BALANCE. A coBitEsroNDENT of tho Elcctritian, referring to tho reported ? invention of a method .for detecting and tracing veins and lodes of metals in the earth by means of electricity,' Bays there has been suggested to him the application of the induction balance of Professor Hughes to the purpose. It is well known, he adds, that tne uamnce iu extremely sensitive to tne neighbourhood of motals, and it becomes a question worth settling by experiment whether this sensibility could not be employed as , a means of indicating the presence of metalliferous ore3 under ground. The obvious mode of applying the apparatus would be to separate the two induction pans of the balance to such a distance apurt that, while one of them was brought under tho influence of the concealed metiil, the other would bo com paratively unalfectod. This could be done, perhaps, by elevating the balance vertically on a pole or standard, to be carried about by the prospec...

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POETRY. A Mother's Fond One. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

POET.B Y'. A fllolheir's Fond One, v Look on liin pretty ftico for ju?t one minute, . .—-Hia braided frock, liia daiuty l)Uttoue-l shoes, - His flnh-ebwt hand, the favourite plnytliinR iu it, ' ? And tell mo mothers, won't- not iiard to lose ; , . ; And miss him from my Bide— My littlo boy that died. Ho'tt many another boy aa dear nnd charminp, v . ; v sv ? His father's hope, his mother's one delight, ' : ? ' Slipu through Ptrantre .sieknewefl, all fear disarming, '-:V* And lives a long lomr life in parent night! -r'- -,V\*iy ( Minn was uo short a nrido ! . ? ? And then, ray poor boy died. '- ' I him rockin'ff on his rroodoarliarKer ; ' V .. ' I hear him patterinp throcph ilie houee all day I vratch hifi jjreat blue eve stow large and larger ? listening to Rtoria'-whethergnixe or gay. Tqld at tjio bright fireMdo— V ? ®° now^ein^e l^frdicd. ^ \ -- ...r,;;: ? , . But yet I often think my W in '?- ^ -? ' *!'.' As li^p as my other children are When good-nipht Ms.«cs X all round am givin...

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