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Cable Intelligence. London, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Cs«fl»l-: litttiltifrvMW.. (From the Ri/dneii J'uners.) ?' -' London, October' 12. Tn Ill's spooch to his constituents nt Lis ' ' kotird, the Eight Hon. Loonnrd Henry CouTtoney, Political Secretary to tho Colonial Office, statuil that tho policy of tho Imperial Government 'was to abandon tho Control and -i-elieve Egypt of financial rings. In this stfttoiuont Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Presi s.- deiit of tho Board of Trado ; Mr. J. G-. , ?JJotlson, Jtresident or tlio .Local liovernmont Board; and Mr. G-.J. Sht'w-Lofovre, Prosi dont of the' Board o^'i Works,' who' also ad droasod tho meeting, concurrod. Jlr. Parnell, in a recont bpGOch,adheros to liis declaration that tho system of ?rack- renting in Ireland must be abolishod, pond ing tho formation of a sohonio of j)easant proprietorship. .October 13. ' Sir Archibald Alison has beon appointod to tho command of tho British army of occupntion in Egypt until ;tho pacification has boon complotod. Tho Times publishes a scheme for tho con stru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Si 4 § ?£. %/ \ DIVIDEND SJ1 3ET belonging to tho ZJL South Const (in West Camden Coopora Company. Findor Iw 111 oblige by leaving it at the E. S. & A. C. Bi ik, Nowra, or Broughton Creek. Tenders ior dwelling House. ^ rpENDERS will bo received by tho undor I signed up till SATURDAY, tho 4th Nov.,: instant, for tho Erection and Comple tion of a UWELLINCykOUSB, and KITCHEN, at Jasper's MouutJya£Broughton Oreok. The lowest or 'aujr^tondor not necessarily accepted. ' , Contractor not required to iind material. Tenders to ba udrhessed to, or loft at the Office of this 1'apor, and endorsed, ? '?' Tender for House.' JOHN EATJLKS, Meroo. Octobor 18; 1882. To Our Creditors. V rpim PROPRIETOE requests JL an EARLY ADJUSTMENT of tho ACCOUNTS just issued. Circumstances roquiro him to press for an IMMEDIATE SETTLE MENT of those Accounts which havo been allowed to run unpaid . sinco tho first paper was issued. NELSON, HART, & CO, 70s. SIDETS. 70s. //fmr WondcT of the Age ! I'Oll F...

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FOR THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

! WURl T3B33 FABtflBaSK. B.USU Tllfi GOOJJ COW'S IIllHTJl CALF.— A lai'KU majority %of dairymon havo cows in their hortis that do riot pay sthoir ko'oping ; and ,as llioy do ^ol nntyly k tost to indivuluul cowl), thoy contimio nob onlj'\o koop lliom but to brcod from lhoniV./1'his' is^a most suicidal, policy. Aiciiougn wo strongly rocommond dairymon to raise' their. own cows', wo uro fur from advising thbinyto porpotuato tlioir pooi^ cows. It would bo.|6\V-u !boUor policy to givo 'thoui to somo favoufnto ?|bi6tlior-in-law. Tho hoifor calves from only tho ^i'ost cows should bo raised, and tho wooding out ' should go' on stillvfuithor. \Vlion thoso buifeis'como into milk, those who dojnot conio up' .to llio proper standard should bo 'discarded. A- caibfnl tost should always bo inado of each cow in tho herd, and of each hoi For during hor first period of milking. If lli'o hoi fur lias tho uppoaranco of a woll-fprmod ijiillcer, and of having had a good dam it may ?not bo judicious to pu...

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Raising Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Biiiifeiiifi CluSiircsi. ' - Wirixvory young cbildro.a llioy should, bo kept quiet, not too much. ovpo=;od to iho light. It is usual to ongago somo old and oxpoiionccd oxpevt to attend to this, and tlio diroclions in which tho ' twig is inclined ' at this stage is gonorally tho ruin of tho paronls' poaco oE mind for two years. ', JTilk is said to bo good .for babos, but Ikoro are so many ' patont foods' now sold at tho mug sloio that mule may as woll bo dono ayay; -with. Givo llio child somothing that yen don't know' anything about and it will thrivo — possibly. Don't cross Iho child wlion it is small. It will' lako so kindly to having its own way that it is roally cruol lo insist on parontal rights in tho ui alter. ' . Loavn tbo littlo coots to,' crow' as onrly as possiblo.' 'Take them' irf your1 hands and toss' tUom up- as' high as you can and bounco Ihoir digostivo, organs all out of placb. This is a gouuine ' raiso ' ot child ten. ,'' As soon as possiblb put tho' groon baby into...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

notT.OWAY'S UlXTMEJfT ASD PlLM.— Coughs, Influenza..— Tbo soothing proportion of those medicamonts render them woll worthy of rial in all diseases of tho lungs, in common colds, and influenza. Tho Pills lako.internally and tho Ointmont rubbed oxtornully aro exceed ingly olfieacious. Wlion influenza is opidomic this treatment is easiest, safest, and surest, nollowoy's Pills and Ointment purify tlio blood, remove all obstructions to its froo circulation through tlio lungs, relieve tlio oyorgorgou\air tubes, Und rondor, respiration free without roduc 'ing tbo strength, irritating tho nerves, or do pressing tlio spirits. Such aro tho ready moans o£' saving su!?uj-mg''wiTC' '.Tlic^'l V.'ll]l 'J'!']\- conghs, brouohitis, and other complaints by, which so many are sorionsly and pormanoutly afflicted in most countries. — Anv. ', y-' ?'No'pont up Utica contr.icts-our-poweiW' maj- bo truly said of ono of tbo most invuluablo preparation o£ modorn tiinci, for its sales uro not confined to uny p...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

lBisrJiaB««s»*a j«y gaimiBiary. ., . ? ? - ? , fAhridqed from the Hcruld.) Tee Logislntivo Council sat until rather a late liour on Wodnosduy. Tho principal measure dealt- with was tlio Employers' Liability Bill. This wns takon up in committoo at clausoG. An amondmont was moved ''to rostrict eases' of sorvJnts against tlioir employors to tho District i'i/ourc ; ; wnioa, ; Jio.wovor, ;iuociWirn consiuoraolo opposiliou,' and wiis t ultiinutoly rojectod. I'Amondmoiits1 woro agrood to omitting domestic 'servants from tbo operations, of tho bill, und also limiting Iho operations of tlio bill to a poriod 'of tin eo yoars. .Tho bill, thorefuro, 'if tbo Adsombry agrees to tlio Council's admondmenls will closely rosomblo, tho English' Act dealing with Iho sumo siibjeot. . ' i .?, ; . Tlio first business in tho Logislativo Assembly ?on Tuesday, ni'tor tlio usual {formal matters bad boon ditsposocl of, was a niolidn by ISh: E..B/ sSmitli, 'to tho offoct that now Houses of Parlia iinonl should ...

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The Moral Influence of Horticulture. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

The flSoiral Sii-Iiie»ec of lloiticiil tiirc. By TJrE Rev. Geokgk Woolxouoh, M.A. Tire following papor was road boforo tho Ash 1 field Amateur 'Horticultural Socioty : — I havo ventured to placo nt tho hoad of this paper a somewhat pretentious titlo, ono suggest ing ideas not usually, associated with horticul ture ; but I hope to mako it appear, before I sit down, that my thoino fully justifies its titlo. The words moral nnd immoral havo como to havo a comparatively narrow, thongh important, moaning as compared with their moaning many yoars ago. It is in the onrlior and tho larger senso thnt I omploy tho word whon -'speaking of tho moral influence of humau pursuits, whether for influence or gain. Scholars hero will know that the word morals usod to stand for noarly if not quite all tbo outer lifo of man, embracing ospacially the ideas and facts now oxprosseil by my word, manners and character. Those aro mo outer mo ot man, ami uns outer lifo is an oppression of tho hfo within. To pl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

i»BH!»iC!KHiHi.&&TK«&aJS. MiriTOX is .selling at Tentorfiold nt 2d por lb., nnd hoof at 3d. ]?Knausox, a pulilicnn at. Hnmiltim, hns boon, lined A'u and £10 costs for soiling inferior brawlr' from hottlus boai'ing Uenuunsy's labiil. ? A iiATOli has been made between Clifford and Heaeh. in light skills, tor £2l«) a-siilp, to lio rowed ovor the champion conr.so on XJarraninttit Diver, within throe mouths; Beach allowing Clifford £25 towards ospunsos. A vomax hits boon impri.snncd fora month nt Lyttlnton for thia«hing her husband. Tho .flhungo from tho regulur wntino (obsorvos tho. Otii'/o Times) suoiiis -quite refreshing. Not, of course), that wo want to oncuurago such a heinous criino us huslmnd boating, but still wo fisol grateful to tho lady who him brokon iu upon 'tho dull 'monotony of the old order of things, and afforded us n now dupnrtm-o. A Mad Ij'amit.y. — Tho Snlo corrospondont of tho Melbourne liaih/ Telegraph states that W. 0. O'Fnrroll, son of P. A...

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ENGLISH RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

EXaijiflii mtf.Tcs. : ? ' ' . A I'iKCE of the Truo Cross is one of tho many Catholic relics Baid to bo- preserved in England. This relio is in St. Mary's Con vent, York, and is desoribed, togother with others, in the curront number of tho Month. It is in a silver cross, and was scaled up some time between the year 1257 and 1662. The vplin ir llpfcwnnn li- jind 14- innhnfl lnnrr. jinrl ifn history is traced back to the Ninth Century, when it was the property of Arnulph, the Patriarch of Jerusalem. Ho obtained it from the pilgrims of the Holy Sepulchre, who found it in Jerusalem. It is preserved in a pectoral cross, with two cross bars or transoms, forming a patriarchal cross 5} inches long, about 1 inch broad and thick, its transoms 1J and 1J inches long re spectively. The cross is formed of thin silver plato, gilt and chased with scroll work oh tho front and hack. On tho sides of tho stem is an inscription in three lines of italio text. The relios whioh it contains, and which Boom t...

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Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Music. -fe ' , The following is part o£ a rocont sormon by Canon Fnriar, iu AVostminstor Abboj' : — .1* Tn tlrnt word ' music' lios all that is purost ? most Ohrist-Kko, most divinp in tho lifo of man ' ? and il all ol us— if abovo all, our youths— could ' loarn the moaning of thoso words, ' music,'1 i *»-/C,»rtT-!ili )l- ' 'ViTrmn **. ?nvnn.HnnllT'1 mirl witti flin understanding that all such practico— from tho highest to tlio lowest — is, if rightly.dcmo, always in tho prosencO''and to tho praise of God, wo should havo gono far . to shield thorn in a'noblo i ])cnco and a glorious; safoty amidst llio darkest \ questions and tlio foulest sina which havo por \ ploxed and consumed' tho youth of tho' past . \ generations for tho last 400 years. I said that ) ' it wns specially to bo dosirod,.that our youths -j ' should understand this. Tho Groeks woro vrotf / awaro of this high truth, bocaus'o that which they moant by music is tho opposite to all that is looso, ill-rogulatod, disorderl...

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MARJORIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

MA1U0BIE. Bv Maiiy F. Tuokkk. MAiuoniK's story is nothing now, Sho loved unwisoly, as women do, As womon will— and called it fate, l'oor heart ! so broken and desolate ! Over hor head, with its crown of gold, '. Seas of sorrow havo surged and rolled ; Grief, liko a mantlo, wraps her nbout ; '??;- -. Shadow within, nnd shadow without. ' ' ?':'??? Luckless the suitor who comes to woo, ????'.. Novor a word will sho liston to ; Never a pulse of her heart will stir, Thero is only ono in tho world for her. ??;.-;? Fair was the fnco, with1 smilos run o'er, It is to-day, and sho smiles no moro, ' ??'. ?? (Nor breeze nor blast hath power to wake ' ' A ripplo upon n frozen lako.) ' Alns, for tlio hend with crowns of gold ! ' Tho tempter camo, as ho camo of old ; Alas, for tho hoart that was glad nnd light ! Alas, for tho soul that was pnro and whito I Censn.ro who mny— condemn who must, It was perfect faith— it was utter trust; . That asked her promise, nor pledgo, nor sign, Ho was hora— sho ...

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Contagious Diseases Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

'Contagious Dtac»»c» Act. It is not many wooks sinco Kov.'.T. 0. Kirby was among us ondoiivouring to provo that 'thoso Acts had boon a failure whonovor triod. Oji tho othor liand, thoro appoarcd latoly in . tho £. M. Herald a vopovfc copied from tho 2'intcs, of tho Soloot Committoo of tho House of Commons appointed to inquiro into tlio administration and working of tho Acts. That roport was to tho offoct that , tlio logislatiou so far accomplished tho onds contemplatod, and that tho objections vaisod '&* V 'against tho Acts wore- not valid. In viow of Clio fact that Mr. Earnoll has introduced a bill for tho introduction of a Contagious _ Diseases Act into N. S. 'Wales, thp quostion - ' ? - arises what is tho truth 'in tho matter, and what position ought we to toko in rogard to ., „ tho jproposod legislation. There is no one ;,s jwho^ knows; anything of . postitulion thai would not 'bo willing to adopt any moasuro ? that , will , stay its evils. 'It has boon discovered1 latol...

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Humour. THE LAME-BACKED BOY. HOW HE PLAYED ON THE OLD MAN. Peck's Sun. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Ifoumonr. - THE LAME-BACKED 'BOY. ':? .. HOW IIE H,AYED. ON THE OLD MAN. .'?;. Pock's Sun. : ? A hoy went into a store the other morning, limping, and Beemed to be broke up generally. Tho proprietor asked him if he wouldn't sit down, and ho said he couldn't very well, as his back was lame. He seemed discouraged,, and the proprietor asked him what was the matter. ?'Well,' said he, 'thero iB no encourage ment for a bov to have nnv fun nnwnrlnva If a boy tries to play an innocent joke ho gets kicked all over the house. You see, my old man is no spring chicken, and though his eyes are not what they used to bo, yet he can see a pretty girl further than I can. The other day I wrote a note in a fine hand, and addressed it to him, asking him to bo on a certain corner at half-past seven on Satur day evening, and signed the name of Daisy to At supper-time pa was all shaved up, and had his hair plastered over tlio bald spot, and he got on somo olean cuffs, and said he was going to the lodge to...

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Sketcher. THE GOTHAM COACHING CLUB. "FLANEUR" TELLS OF ITS PARADE, AND OF ANGLOMANIA IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Shetcbey. THE GOTHAM COACHING . CLUB. ' 'flaneur' tells of its parade, ^nd. 'of ANGLOMANIA IN GENERAL. ? ' , . The Coaching Club has paraded. Tho . great event wound up the* winter season, and its social ally, tho Jockey Club, opened the spring campaign at Jerome Park last Tuesday, so that the season of heavy dinners, state re ceptions, annoying teas, elaborate balls, theatre and opera parties, and extravagant weddings, was transformed into a season of racing, fox-hunting, polo-playing, yaohting, riding, lunching, hopping and flirting, with great eclat. There has never been a moro brilliant coaohing parade than Saturday's, though only ten coaolies drew up inline. Tho absent ones belonged to members now in Europe, or to families .in mourning. The principal reason of the success of this year's parade was tho care shown in selecting tho guests, not ono of thom being below the highest social line. The costumes of the ladies wero gorgeous, and the bold contrasts in colors mado tho coach-...

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Literature. MR. BRIGHT ON BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

literature. ? MR. BRIGHT ON BOOKS. Mr. Bnglit s speech at the inauguration, or opening, of the revived Birmingham Free Libraries was one of his happiest efforts. He' is known far and wide as a keen lovor of books, as one who finds his highest enjoy ment in his library, and as a delieatoly dis criminating judge of poetry. To say that he loves me Dye-ways, racner man tne nigh road of literature is to misrepresent him. If, at Birmingham, he discoursed of tho lesser poets, and gave undue promise to American writors, he only expressed those preferences whioh every constant reader of books imbibes. If he dwelt awhile in tho bye-ways, it was bo cause lie had travelled along tho high road. His personal stories of the stray volumes I10 had seen in cottages, of tho influence of books, of the effect of tho atmosphere of a library upon tho cultivated mind, wero told with that simple strength of Saxon English which characterises all Mr. Bright s set orations. A more admirable discourse for tho o...

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Household. PURE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

_ Ibousebolfc. rnnE ari'.F.cn. If thoro is anything which makes a porson repulsive and loathsome to tlioso of pure, oleaii mind, it iB the indulgence in coarso, low speech. It is a fault wliioli should moet with no quarter, bccausc it is a heinous sin in God's sight; ' Blessed aro the puro in heart, for they shall soo God,' and tho rcvorso of this is just as truo. A God of purity will not reccivo into his house of light those who habitually indulge in such vilenoss. Parents cannot bo too watchful or guarded in this respect. 'A child should bo checkcd quito as quick for a low word as for a profano ono. Ho should bo mado to see its sinful, degrading tendency, no mattor from whoso lips he has caught it. A father's oxamplo oven should bo no excuse, though it is hard making headway against such an example. A good mother will try, however, and never givo over trying while life lasts. It is most omphatically truo that ' as is tho mother, so is the daughter,' and so is tho son to a great ex...

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Science. AN INTERSTELLER RESISTING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Science. ?V . ; ! AN INTERSTELLAR RESISTING MEDIUM.' 0. Bockland recently made a brief report to tho St. Petersburg Academy, on his investi gation of the hypothesis of a resisting medium iri spaco, from which tho Naturfqrscher ex ?1 tracts the following : ? Enoke's hypothesis of a medium filling in terstellar'space, has mot with no serious op position from scicntifio men. Encko himself thought that it received strong confirmation from the theory of tho comet that also bears his namo. Asten, who has continued the theory of the comets since 1818, advocated Enoke's hypothesis, and believed that his re sults offered a still stronger proof of the correctness of the hypothesis. Encke first found that the periodic time of the comet re ferred to, decreased by time proportional to the square of the time, and he proposed this hypothesis. Interstellar (or interplanetary) space is filled with some substance that gravitates toward the sun, and its density de creases inversely as the square of th...

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PREVENTION OF ANTHRAX DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

. PREVENTION OF ANTHRAX DISEASES. The most fatal and destructive diseases which affcot domestic animals, are thoso known un der tho general term of anthrax or anthra coid fovers. Splenic or Texan fever, and car buncular erysipelas known by tho too com mon name of bloody murrain, black leg, and oharbon in cattlo ; braxy or enteric fever in sliccp, and cholera or intestinal fever in swine; a similar type of disease 'in horses, and tho cholera of poultry, are all of this kind, and it needs no saying to inform our readers that these diseases are the cause of nine-tenths of the enormous loss whioh farmers and stock men suffer. It lias been very conclusively shown, that these diseases aro produced by in fection of the blood by a vegetable organism, which is sown in the blood by means of germs ; taken into tho system, just as small-pox, clio lera-morbus and yellow fever in man, aro pro duced, and spread from victim to victim, either . by direct infection, or by the entrance into the blood ...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Special IFclcgraiiliie luteHiueiice. [FROM OUll CORRESPONDENT.] Si'DNEY. \ Wednesday, 5 r.ar. Iir the Legislative Assonibly, last night, Dr. Tarrant moved his resolution, declaring that tho IIouso, having considered tho reports of tho Eoyal Commission appointed on September 13 of last j'ear, to inquire into and report upon tho management of the quarantine station, and tho hulk ' Faraway,' felt bound to express its profound regrot at tho mismanagement dis closod ; and desiro especially to disapprove of the instructions given by tho Treasury Depart ment, prohibiting tho free uso of tho tolegraph wiro by porsons quarantined. Dr. Tarrant made an oifoctivo and vigorous speech, occupy ing a hour and three quartors. Ho brought to light some sholved ovidonce, showing that tho stato of matters at tho quarantine station had been only equalled by tho black liolo at Calcutta, and uttorly without parallol in tho records of civilized society. Patients aud doctors alike wero oxpressly prohibited b...

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Agriculture. THE CAUSES OF AGRICULTURAL FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Bgrfcultujre. I THE CAUSES OP AGRICULTURAL FAILURES. Tiib Rural New Yorker lias frequently and earnestly presented to its renders the advan tages of economy and tho unwisdom of in judicious expenditure; but, more than all, tho dangers nnd misfortunes resulting from debt. Time and exporicnco exemplify moro luuy tne cautions thnt nave been repoateuly given'. -But a good thing benrs repetition, and wo feel that it is a good thing to continue to harp upon this subject ; for thero aro ques tions of tlio grcatost import to tho well-being of mankind, that may bo reiterated and dis cussed over and over again. Very briefly, wo would request attention to a fact of much interest in this rogard. Wo hear of failures and distress very often, and thoso misfortunes liavo become so com mon as to fall undor the careful notico.and calculations of tho stntisticinns, who can toll us precisely how many men out of a thousand fail in business; but thoro thoy stop. Wo ought to know why thoy fail. To a groat...

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