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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

[?] Held Over.— Lines by 'H. M.,' Nowra; and other items of interest, which will appear in our next issue. Tiie Kendall Fund.— Gentlemen who have promised subscriptions to the above fund, and whose names aro on our list, will oblige by paying tho amounts promised before next Saturday. Iiie friends of Mr. Robert Fraser, son of Mr. Jamos Fraser, J.(P., of Cambewarra, will be glad to learn th'at ho has beon appointed to tho office of Superintendent of lloads in tho Dubbo District. Wo are convinced that from what wo know of Mr. Robert JFraser's steady and indus trious habits ho wilt discharge his duties with honour to hitnself and to his superiors. ' - The Weather. — After weeks of dry weather, with but perhaps a sho\ver to lay the dust, and months of weather that did not yield half a day's rain, tho welcome sjW/ors fell last Friday night, and after a slight cessation during tho early part of Saturday .^continued again on Saturday afternoon till yeStordav mornine with little intermissio...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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NUMBER SEVEN. From All The Year Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

. ; NUMBER SEVEN. ] ' Yes, there's Boven of us,' said a bluff . good-looking man, withdrawing his head from tho carriage window, ' three trains ahead of us and three trains ahind of us, and that's wliat thoy call tho block system,' and here upon tlio man|gavo a short but jolly laugh, and resigned himself once more to repose. Now tho way m which ho took tliiSTreposo was rather singular. Tho scene was a third-class car riage, with no arms to tho seats, of course, but our friend in tho corner know how to mako himself comfortable, and propped him solf on tho shoulder of his companion, a woman who seemed much older than himself, old onough to havo been his mothor, indeed. She was not his mothor, quito ovidontly, however. Tho affectionate glances she gavo liim every now and thon wero not of a ma-, ternal character, ond yot sho was not tlio' kind of woman one would havo credited, with much xiassionato feeling. Hard sho was, and rather sour-looking, her eyebrows wero very mucn raised, ana t...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Shoalhaven Licensing Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Shoalhavcn licensing Court. Tuesday, October 24. The Quarterly Licensing Court for the distriot of Shoalbaveu, undor tho Act 45 Vic. No. 4, was held at tho Court-house, Nowra, on Tuesday last, boforo Messrs. James Thomson (Chairman), and John M'Arthur, Js.P. Inspector Sergeant Healy, of Kiama, appeared James Fitzgerald, licensee of tho Groenhills Hotel, Nowra, was charged on the information of Senior-constablo Brayne with having, on tho 4th Octobor instant, permitted drunken porsons to remain on his liconsod promises. Defendant, who pleaded guilty, expressed his regrot that tho disorder complained of had taken place. ? He was away in Sydney at the time ; and had he beon at home it would not have occurrod. Souior- constablo Brayne, in roply to a ques tion from Mr. Thomson, said ho lioliovod had Mr. Fitngorald boon at homo ho (Fitzgerald) would not havo nllowod tho drunkon persons to romain on his promisos. Fined £1, and costs. A booth liconso was grantod to A. Hyam, of tho Royal Vict...

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Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XLIV (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Novelist ? BY .SLOW DEGREES. A 'STORY OX? AUSTRALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY.' AUTiion oi» ' that m:r,i.ow rAiiNisai!.'.' CHAPTER XLIV (contindkd). ? '.' Then you muat linvo miBBOd thin para graph nbout a burglary at Stone's pliigo. His safo was broken open tho night boforo Inst, ? nntl emptied o£' its contents— aomo thirty pounds in money nnd a numbor of important documents.' - ' Thirty pounds will not bo n sorioua loss to Stono.' 'No. Tho monoy, it appoars, only lmp poncd to bo in tho safe because' it was received nftor bnnking hours. Tho tlioft of the docu ments, however, may bo n moro sorioua mnt tor ; tho paper does not mention tho nature of thom.' 'Tlio night boforo Inst !' said tho Count. !'?„!, ' Strange that Stono should not linvo sent tho news to Ilia daughter.' 'I suppose ho has beon busy with tho in quiries which should follow such an occur rence: Wo ahnll likely hoar from him beforo - — -Wily, lioro lio comes now,' I broke off, . is I caught sight of the (Junker approac...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

CESICMLET. The following aro tho scores in a match played on tho Recreation Reserve, Nowra, on Saturday, last, botweon tho Broughton' Crook nnd Nowra clubs. As thero was not timo to play out tho match, it was decided by tho first innings, Nowra winning by: S runs : — NOWRA O.C. , FIRST INNINGS. ? ' . D. Koofo, b W. Gordon . . : . . .-. ... ... 2 P. Konnody, o Cootos, b J. Hoopor. . . . . ; . . 9 G. M'Guiro, run out ; . . . . . . ? ? ? ...... 0 J. Gnsang, b Edwards .'. . 0 S Richardson, b Lublin. ? .;..... 23 J. Graham; b Lublin- . . . ...... . . . : i . . . . 4 Wi Nonkos, not out. v.-. . ... . 6 J. Smitll. run out . . . . 0 W; Linkonbagh, b Edwurds , .v. 2 T. M'Pheo, b Brodio . : 9 W; Bico, b Gordon ?: . . . . . . ; 1 Sundrios. : . .i.v . . . 11. Total...:.;.;;'..;1.... 76 HOWLING ANALYSIS. r . V , , W. Gordon, 42 balls, 26 runs, 2 wickets. J. Hoopor, 42 balls, 15 runs;,, 1 wicket. Lublin; 36 balls, 8 runs, 1 maidon ovor,-2 wickots.i: J. Edwards, 54 balls, 12 runs, 3 maidon overs, 2...

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Poetry. THE TUNEFUL LIAR. UNKISSED KISSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

fl-oetr\-. l'JIE TUNEFUL LI Alt. ' ' . cnkissei) ltisaus. Thoy toll of unkisscd kisses. But tliia wo apprehend, That kisses kissed arc better, *? More oasy to comprehend. /AVo'don't regret kissed kisses, 'lis unkiased ones wo mourn ; Suoh goldon chancea wasted Aro IoHSea hardly borno. Though not, porhnps, losthotio, ..„v'y, Tlio old-style kissea kisacd, ' '!.'? Comparod with unkiaaod kisses, Aro surely to bo misaod. Wo know not unkiascd kisses, But kisses kissed wo know ; ? Dotying fato and Oscar, ?Lot's koop on kisaing so.— Quit.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

HoLLOWAY'S ; , OlSTMBXT AX1) PlLLS.— Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and strictures aro speedily roliovod and. ultimately romovod by applying this Ointment aftor fermentation with warm water. Persons suffering from thoso scourges of tho human frame should arrest their progress at once, for it is both insidious aud rapid. . Fistulas, if long allowed to go unchecked, not only woakoii tho nervous system bnt dostroy lifo. Tho soorior tlioso inostimablo romodios aro used tho moro certain is succoss, yot none noed dospnir ; hopoloss casos havo iikowiso yioldod, and tho suft'orer lieon saved a painful death. In excoriations a fow applica tions of this hoaling Oiutmont o/l'oct a euro, whilo tho Pills, conjointly with it, aro especially honoficial in : relaxing and removing strieturos, whatever thoir situation 91* duration.— Adv. The Man who 'Vends 01 Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a ]io;mlar medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what: ho vends or imperts to bo a...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Shoalhaven Nliipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. rer 111 a warm, Captain Garde, ontho 31st August, 1882.— To Sydney : 150 kegs butter, 68 baps maize, 25 chooses. 17 pigs, 4 calves, 1 hidc.i, 14 oases eggs, 7 bags oysters, 0J baskets fish, 2 pkgs. skins, 13 coops poultry, 8 eases bacon,' (I bags bacon, 1 oag wild ducks, and sundries. To Kiama : 16 bags maize, lot luggage* 1 horse, lot neta, &c. To Wollongong : (3 bogs maize, 2 bugs turnips. for Ulawarra, Captain J. Garde, on the 4th September.— To Sydnoy : 104 bags maize, 41 kegs butter, 27 cases eggs, 3 horses, 3 bags oysters, 8 coops poultry, 2 wises bacon. 1 box parrots, and sundries. To Iviama : 30 bags inaize, 13 pigs. To Wol longong : i homo and buggy f 6 bags maize. .... . Per lHawarra, Captain J. Garde, on tho 7th September. — To Sydney: 100 kegs butter, 17 bags maize, 27 pigs, 01 cases eggs, 6 cases bacon, 2 calvcs, 10 baskets Huh, 4 hags oats, 11 ? ' coops poultry » 14 checses, 6 bags bacon, 5 bags flour, and sun : dries...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

It lias often been justly a subject of com plaint against the land law of this country, that it held in view only tho interest of the I. . . ' poor ' man, or the ' rich ' man who pur chased largely at the fall of the auctioneer's ? ? ?-, hammer. The selector or conditional pur chaser was me typical 'poor man, wnom, - ? -if he had sufficient children or dummies, could take up under the original Act as many blocks of half a section each as he had names and money to meet. To conserve the ' interest of this poor man, or ' peasant yeo man,' selection before survey was enacted, and i residence on conditionally purchased land was made absolute. In the pastoral districts of the colony where the land is but lightly timbered, though well grassed, it was necessary to set a limit to the quantity1 of land that might be conditional^' bought, as ; 'the land would give an immediate roturn ' either by grazing or cultivation, and there of ore induced extensive purchase. The most influential and perha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

B 1 R 1 01. ; ; .. Henry.— October 22, at her residence. Brough ? ton Creek Mount, the wife of Mr. Bryco Henry, of a son. THTB Published every Thursday Morning. 'v THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1882.

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A TECHNICAL CONVERSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

A TECHNICAL CONVERSATION. , / - Is tho sporting oditor in?' asked- a brisk littlo gentleman, bursting into tlio niannging . editor's room and looking curiously about in - all tho corncrs, as though I10 expeotod to find , tho objoct of his quest tucked away in tho waste basket or boliind an odd valumo. ' iNot at present, - saia 111a managing cuaor, looking up from an article on tlio ' Powor of Mind over Mattor.' 'Anything impor tant?' ' .. J . ... 'Yos, very,' said tho brisk littlo goritlo-,;;: man. ' Must seo your sporting editor to-day, sure. Tremendous odds at stake.' . . ' Perhaps I might help you out,' said tlio managing editor. '.'A bet on tlio valuo of a pokor hand, or anything of that sort.'. 'No, nothing liko that,' said tlio. littlo gentleman. ' I'm fly onough on poker. Had 0110 of tho most expensive educations in. tlio .. game I could catch on to. What I wish to know is whether it would bo safo to hot on a.;, horse at Shccpsliead Bay? You soo, I10 was scratched several tim...

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FOR THE FARMER. What the Farmer's Home should be. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

FOB TBIJB FAJSMEK. What the Farmer's BSoisie should be. (From Hon. Paul A. Chudbouvne's Paper reftil at tho }I'issa« chussctts State Ibiml Meeting.) I see, or think I seo, great probabilities in tho farmors' life yot to be readied. Agricul ture is now, and must, from the nature of tho caso over remain, tlio employment of the great mass of people in tho world. Thoy cannot live: on tlio products of the mine or mill. It is of. tho utmost importance that tho great mass of humanitj' connected with farm lifo should bo ablo to securo the best possiblo '? conditions for human dovelopineut and enjoyment. Tho homo is tlio ceutre of life, 'and' the farmer's homo wo wish to improve— to carry on moro rapidly and intelligently that good work . that has been, going on for tho past .fifty years. When picturing tlio farmer's life of tho futuro wo must remember that wo live in an ago of invention and discovery, and some -now olomout may como in of which wo at1 present know; nothing. ; /.There must be...

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Humour. AT THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Ibumour, AT THE 1U0E1I. ? iuim. Breezy passed into tho breakfast room aud took her placo at tlio coffco ond of tlio - tablo, smiling as though tho woathor was' dolightfnlly oool instead of liko tlio tropics. Sho wore n very becoming morning wrnppor . decked out with bows of dolicnto bluo, and Mr. Breezy wns about to compliment hor on hor nppearnnco whon sho openod up tho morning campaign herself with : ' I see thoy arc having raccs at Conoy Island, Mr. Breezy.' 'Yes, dear,' snid Mr. Breezy, suddonly f orgotting tho compliments ho had prepared. ? 'Thoy say homo-racing is vory oxoiting,' 1 S. continued Mrs. Breezy, 'of courso you havo ' beon to lots of thom.' . - ' Well, 110 dear, not exactly lots,' said Mr. Breezy. ' I've beon to threo or four a season porhaps, but you know my dutios at tlio ; office will not allow 1110 to ? ' .v. 'Oil, of course, ' said Mrs, Breezy, ' with your largo and extravagant family to support v you could not think of throwing away your timo looking at horse ...

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The Lawyer and the Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

The Ij'awye»* ami tlic Court. | Tiie -doforouco usually accordcd tho juuioial : dignitaries was not conspicuous in tlio early days of Nevada, judging from a scono said to havo' occurrcd' in one of tho livoly littlo- towns of tliat 'roigion. ? ' Oil; ono occasion. 'court havinar been formally oiiouod, counsol in tho first caso took oxcoption to tho ruling of tho court oil a certain point, and a dispute nrose. , , ., . ? 'If tho court ploaso, I wish. to rofor to this book for. a momont,' picking up a law book. i 'No uso referring -to any books. I've docidod tlio- p'int,' responded tho court. ' But your honor— ' . 'Now, I don't want to hear anything further on -the subject: I' tell you - I'vo docidod the p'int.' , , ? , ' I toll you you aro wrong,' rotorted the counsol. ? ' I am right,' roitorated tho court. 'I say you ain't,' persisted tho counsel. 'Crior!' yollod tho judge, ?' I adjourn tho court for ton minutes.' ' - And jumping down from the bench, lie pitched into tho counsol, and...

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Death of the Hon. S.C. Brown, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Death of the BBon. §. C.Srown, It is with extreme regret that wo- havo to .announce the.somowhat sudden death yes terday;. -afternoon of tho Hon. Stephen , -. Campbell -Brownjjthe well known .solicitor ,-and'a member of the Legislative Council. The deceased' gentleman attended tho Insol-' . vency . Court .yesterday,'- and-during the fore; noon conducted several examinations without .betraying -any: sign - of -illness; and in the atternoon he resumed his duties in tiie Court ?with as much vigour as before. About 3 . _ .o'clock, however, .while examining an insol ????* vont named Harpor, Mr. Brown was seized with an apopletic fit. The Chief Commis sioner was the first person to notico Mr. | ' Brown's illness, and finding that tho deceased I -'?i ; gentleman was fast becoming unconscious, I - ? -Messrs. J. P. {Abbott and Mr. Scarvell, wlio'i were present in tho Court on business, carried : liiin'to tlio door; where ho : might have the benefit of the fresh air. Mr. Brown was i subsequen...

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The Care of the Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

-'-Trhe^Carevof-^lie-jEy^ - At tho recent- Sanitary ? Convention. atvAnn I Arbor; Mich., , Dr. 0. J. Lundy, of ; Detroit, read a ;paper, on ' 'Hygiene in Eelation to | the Eye,' which should havo tho widest cir- | lation; especially , among teachers and school I ofiicors: ; A fruitful source of eye troubles is shown to bo tlio excessive strain upon tlio muscles and nerves of tho oyes duo to faulty educational'' methods, tho ill-planned and insufficient lighting of sohoolrooms, poor ink and : fine print in school books, and other causes, -which education might correct. In conclusion, Dr. Lundy lays down the following rules for the better care of the eyes . i 1; Avoid reading and study by- poor light.' - I 2. Light should come from the side, and notfroni tlio back; or from the front. I 3. Do not road or study whilo suffor ing groat bodily fatiguo or during recovory from illness. 4. Do not read whilo. lying down. 5. Do not use the eyes too long at a timo for near work, but give them oc...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

A-ai'lia»ie»tary Nummary. (Abridged from the. Ilerahl. J Tho procoodiugs in tho Logislativo Council ou Wednesday wore confined to announcing | the assont of tho Governor to tho Tnmwortli Gas and Coke Company's -Bill, and paying a i tribute of respect to tho moinory of tlio late Hon. Stoplion Campbell Brown. Tiie Prosidont having informed tho Houso of tlio death of Mr. S. C. Brown, tho Postmastor Gonoral (Mr. Aloxander Campboll) movod that, as a marlc.of respect to tho momory of' the late hon., member, tho Houso should adjourn. After some remarks from Mr. Piddiugton and Sir Alfred Stoplion iu praiso of the deceased tho motion for adjournment was passod unanimously. ' The Legislative Council got ' through a considerable amount of business on.Tliurs dav, and amone tlio bills dealt-.with-was tho Employers' Liability Bill, which last woolc was in chargo of tho lato Hon. Stephen Campbell ; Brown. , - Tho adoption of ' tho report from Committee of tho Whole upon tho Bill was passod on divi...

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Cable Intelligence. London, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

Cable Intelligence. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Ootobor 19. Tho British troops engaged in tho recont campaign are beginning to arrive at English ports. Extensive preparations aro boing made for a banquet to bo given to the commanders nnd officers in all parts of the country. on A commission has sailed in tho stoamor Orient for Sydnoy, for tho purposo of testing tho indentity alleged by- tho .partisans. of. tho Tichborno claimant to exist botwoen Arthur Orton and Croswell, a patient in tho Parramatta lunatic assylum. Tho Times characterises Mr. Gladstone's insistence on tho principlo of the cloture as oostinato. Tho American Fenians approvod of tho programmo which has not boon promulgated by tho Grand National Irish Land Longuo. Ohorif Pasha, Prosidont of tho Council of Ministers, favours tho substitution of a board of Financial Advisors in Egypt for tho Anglo French Control. Tho Housohold Cavalry, ou their return homo from Egypt, wore accordod a most cordial and onthusiastio r...

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The Shoalhaven A. & H. Association's Printing. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

The Shoalhavcn A. & 91. Associa tion's Printing. We extract tho following articlo on tho abovo subjoct from tho Ulladtilla and Milton Times of Saturday last, the 21st inst. From ' correspondence whioh has appenred in tho columns of tho Shoalhaven Telegraph, anont tho working of tho Shoalhavon Agricultural and Horticultural Association, it appears that good erounds for dissatisfaction havo arisen both with tlio subscribers and tho public for the apparent favoritism which has beon shown in giving out the work of tho society. Any body of moil working for tho public intorost ought to oxorciso great forethought and deliberation when called ? upon to oxoroiso tho powor vested in thom of deciding questions as to accopting or rejecting tondors for cortain works. We do not hold that it is incumbent on a Committoo of manngoinont, or a Corporato body to accept in all cases tho lowest tender. Tho question ns to tho party tondoring boing competont to fulfill tho con ditions of tho contra...

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A WARNING TO HUGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 October 1882

A WARNING TO UUOOERS. There is a ' ease ' on tho practice book of a well-known physician of West Oakland, : which ought to constitute a warning, and is, beside, an interesting surgical oxamplo of ' tho discohosivo yielding of tlio flexions in old age' — as thedoctorhas it. Some months ago a young man arrived in Oaldeigh from Montana. He proceeded at once to tho home of his parents. Tho .door was opened by tho young man's grandmother, then nearly 70 years of age, and for whom I10 entertains a most commendable affection. The young man was a great favorite with tho old lady ; when I10 was .a mere child sho had mado much of him, had sympathised with his boy ish troubles, and had furnished him with tlita . sinows of war for many a youthful frolic. He had been a good and grateful grandson, and uuuuiu,iij.,.u.o .MCJ-1.UU Ul ;tu jjiuivu BUVU- ral years, the greeting wes. an effusive ono. But tho old lady failed to realise that her favorite was no longer a budding stripling.- : The full-grow...

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