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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 November 1881

. BECIPES. Pbesebvin8 Stbatvbebriks — Seleot the largest and finest strawberries. Hull them, weigh and allow to eaoh pound one pound of the best double refined loaf sugar finely powdered. Divide the euttar into two equal portions. Fat a layer of strawberries into the bottom of a preserving-kettle and cover them with a layer of sugar, until half the eugar is in. Next Bet1 tho kettle over a modorate firn and let it boil till the sugar ia melted. Then pat in. gradually, the remainder o£ the sugar, and, after it is all in. let it boil hard for five minutes, taking off the scum with a silver spoon ; but there will be little or no scum if the sugar is of the very beat quality. After wards remove the kettle from the fire and take out the strawberries very carefully in a spoon. Spread out tho Btrawberries on large, flit, dishes, bo as not to toooh each other, and set them immediately in a cold plaoe or on ice. Hang the kettle again on the fire, and give the syrup one boil up, skim ming it i...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

[?] The Evils of Eakly Eisino. — John Quincy Adams and Josiah Quincy AdamB, Benr., were enthusiastic advocates of early rising, , They practised it in boyhood, auc attributed to it their physical vigour in old age. Juage Story, who was an intimate friend, loved dearly a good morning ' nap, and their opposite opinions often gave riee to sharp and witty discussions. On one occasion when the two eminent men had dined with the judge, he invited them to accompany him to the law school in Cam bridge, where ho waB to deliver a lecture. He invited the ex-presldent to talk to the students, and Mr, Adams made interesting practical remarks, touching, among other things, on his favourite topic of early rising. The judge went on with his leoture. The afternoon was hot and the lecture-room close, aud toward the close of the lecture he noticed that the class were nodding to each other and smiling. Looking first on his right hand and then on his left-, he discovered the secret of their merriment, f...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Science. LUNAR GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

, Mmt LUNAR GEOLOGY. (From All The Tear Bound ) Whoever Via* bought a tolerably .good I map of the Moon's boIo visible hemisphere I and ha? hunt; it up beside or botwo°n I maps of our Eavth'a eastern and western I ' ? ? hemi3phero=, must havo been struck by I their utter dissimilarity. Th»y look»aB if I they had nothing whatever in common. I They seem to be representations and types I of two perfectly distinot classes, or families I of heavenly bodies, separated from each I othor as the living ore from the dead or I from those who have rievor lived nt all. I And such, in fact, turns out to be tho case. I Nothing, at first sight, can be moro ex I oUBable than tho supposition that the Moon I should be a globe constituted in most n-- I spects very likn the Earth. Tho older I astronomers endowed it with Reas and I marshes, such as the Mare Patrodinis, and I bo forth. Up to the present day it has I possessed volcanoes, and plonty of them. I Quito recently an observer of coheideriible I r...

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A QUEER CHRISTMAS ADVENTURE. PREFACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

A QUEER CHRISTMAS ADVEN TURE. By James Hinqsion, Author of 'Tho Australian Abroad.' PREFACE. One of our lights of tho litcravy world has monitorially Baid, 'Lot any man tell tho actual occurrences of his life, and they will bo moro of intorcst than anything of Fancy or Fiction !' In that way I propose to toll of a inomorablo Christmas Day's adventure. CHAPTER I. op curious omiiSTMAS dass. Myself and an only brother, were all of our family in tho children way. There being but two years diffoi'onco in our ages, wo wero nioro. chummy than most brothorSj and from sucli circumstances tvoro moro throtra for companionship into each othor'a company. Wo livod upon a largo waste of common-liko land, on the outskirts of Tho Great City — a quartor now covered with bricks and pavo monts, but thon an isolated Bpot. To got into lively company, and away from a dull home on Christinas Day was of tho earliest of our boyish ambitions, Wo had rend of jolly Christmas Days, and wished to realise them. Th...

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Novelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR THE MARQUIS AND THE FREEBOOTER. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER I. MENDON CASTLE—A LIFE-STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

[?] BELLA'S HERO; OR THE MARQUIS AND THE FREEBOOTER. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. By SYLVANUS COBB, Jr. . ' CHAPTER I. MENDON CASTLE— A LIFE-STORY. TnE eoene to whioh we invite tho reader is one of tho wildest, and at the same time one of the'mbst beantifnl, in England — it being that widely diversified region of Shropshire lying [contiguous to the Welsh Marohes of Badnorand Montgomery. There are hills and dales, purling brooks, and leaping OBSoados, wide-reaohing fells, dotted and seamed with ponds, lakelotBj and canals ; while, as back ground to the whole, the Salop Heights, with Iron Mountain noar tho centre of the range, lilt their wopded oresta and ragged peaks against tho ohangeful sky — in other times a barrier to the inonrsionB of the war-loving and marauding Welshmen. ? Standing upon the mountain side, looking eastward, sho oyo tnkoa in a broad swoop of territory, comprising two populous and wealthy boroughs. Upon- the right hand, befoto us, and stretobiog away to the sout...

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Poetry. ONE AND THEN ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

6 ^ ^ m ? . ? . ? ftfHmr ONE AND THEN ANOTHER. Ons Btep and then another, And ilia longont walk in ondod ; One Btitok aud thon aaolhor, And tho loogoBt rent is mended ; One brio!: upon another, Aud tho highest wall is made ; One flalto-upon another, And.tho dcepoBt enow is laid. So tho little coral workers, By tboit elow and constant motion, Have bnilt those pretty islands In the distant dark Line ooean ; And ^ie noblest undertakings Man's wisdom hath oonoeivod, By olt-repeatod effort Has been patiently aohievod. Thon do not look dishoartonod On the work yon havo to do; And say thai onoh a mighty iaBk, Ton nevor can get through ; Bat just orideavonr, day by day; Another point to gain, And soon the mountain whieh yon feared Will prove to be a plain. ' Borne was not bnildod in a day,' ' The anoient proverb toaohes. And natnro, by hor trees and flowers, .The same sweet sormon preaches. .; Think not ol far-off duties, . .' Bat of dutins whioh are near, And having onoo began to work, Bbb...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. ('From Greville's Telegram Company. J SYDNEY. WnTMTESnAY. R P.Hf. In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Sir H. Parkes, in answer to a question, said a sum would be submitted to Parliament on the supple mentary Estimates for the'endowmont of munici palities. In answer to a1 question rolative to tho Milburn Crook affair,- ho stated that tho Govern ment, with the exception of Sir J. Robertson, had, from tho first, intendod to prosecute the trustees ; hut considered Parliament should first deal with thoso mombers of tho Assembly who were implicated in the business : honco tho question of expulsion was first taken ; but as a Government, they know nothing about prosecu tion. The Attorney-General simply took action by virtue of his office ; but of course the Govern ment were responsible for tho action of their Attorney-General. Tho latter thon informed tho Houso that.. Messrs. Davis and Want wero retained to prosecute on behalf of tho Crown. Tho Lunacy Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

HOI.T.OWAY'S OlSTMKNT AND PlLLS.— llhoil- matism mid rliomiitic gout aro tho most droarlod of all disoasas, bocauso thoir victicms know that they uo safe nt no season, and at no nge socuio Holloway's Ointmont, after fomentation of tho painful paits, give-, gioitni 10I10E than any othei application, but it must bo dihgontly used to obtain this dosmblo io-,ult It ha boon highly commoudod by rheumatic subjects of all ages and of both sexes foi lendoiing thoir nltioks lo-js fioqucut and ngorous , and tot iapro3sing the «om peispn itions and soothing tho nonos In inanj ca--os moving i lioumatism ind ihou mitic gout which had nssiuled poisons pio\iously ho Jlhj nnd in tho piimo of hio — Auv 'No pont up Uticii contincts our powon ' may bo tmly said ot ono of tho most lmnlunblo piopainlion ot modem tunes, foi its silo-, no not confined to any parKcnlnr sphoro, but oxteml ovoi .ill tho quiitois oC Uio globe Oidoi aio being constantly rocoiyod from roinoto sections, .ind its o\poit constitute...

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Illawarra Railway. Sydney 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

Illawurra Railway. Sydney, 8 p.m. .faniattioni; lias approvoa oi tne plans, sec tions, and book of roforonco, of a railway from Sydney to Wollongong aiulKiaina. Division, 51 toll.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

ShonUinvcii WlnlBa' Time TTnkic. LiiuVo iVilo 'I VV r TlS aim u m Anivo'Yilrrniign ... do da ilo tloMn do 'J.llOiim DilTCnglrry do ill da ilo ilu da fin in KnnxiirooV'l) do do iln do dd du Cum (iimbcMiiiu do do do do dci do f.mn Nonin ? do do do kin do do ll.r,iuu Leave Nowm ? do do do do do 10 a.m. Smiitoj-, p.ui Annciomcimiir do do do do do Ipm „ I 30 ,, 'Wiiiidandiau do do do do do 2pm „ 5-10 „ Conjoin do do do do do Ipiu ,,0 30 „ Yattoyuttnli.. do do do do do 8 p.m. „ 7.80 „ Stilton ..,.,.,,. do do do do do Oll.m. „ I) ,, ? UlUdnlla do do do do do 7pm „ 1U ., Lmivo TJllodulla.;.... Sn'si 'TTWa'Tl/rn 4.3a u in ArrivuJniton ......... do do do do do do O.!» „ V.illornltnli do do do do do do 0 IS „ Conjoin do do do do do do 7 „ Wuiiilundinn do do do do do do 0 IS ,, 'i'oru-imil(f....; do do do do do do , IO.JB „ No«m do do do do do do 110pm LeavoNowm.. ? -.1 do do do do do do O.SO „ CninboM-nir/i. do do do do do do 1.30 „ Kim'rooVlly, do do do do do do 7 llmronrniiv do do do do do d...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

LittCAL IKTJKBifil^Ei^CE. Meetixg. — A meeting, convoned by circular, of farmers of Shoalhaven, was hold at the Town Hall, Torrara, on Saturday afternoon last. Thoro was a goodly attondauco, and all parts of tho district, except Broughton Creok, woro woll represented. Mr. J. Monashnn. J.P., occupied tho chair. Ho stated tho object of tho mooting, whicn was to doviso a plan wnoreby tno pro duce of tho district could bo got to market at a reasonable rate. He pointed out that the far mers of the northern rivers had tho advantngos of low, or at any rate moderate, charges for tho convoyanco of thoir persons and produce to Sydnoy. Though the}' lived at groater distances, thoy paid a third loss than tho Shoalhavon far mers. Ho strongly advocated a combination of the frtrinors to bring about a different state of thinga. — Mr. John M' Arthur then stated what had been done. He related how that a mooting had boen held at his residonco, at which it was resolved to canvas the district for signat...

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Training Oxen. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

'S'riiiiBtiis SBs.eai. 'Tin first thing necpcsaiy, m tiainiug oxon,' said!Mr 'VVlnto, whotimnedthojoko of oxon on exhibition thi ough the coiritiy, ' is kind ness, thon pntionco I began in No-vomboi last, not know ing w hcthoi I could get them taught ii timo foi this seasonal .it all, but I soon found thorn so ti actable that my hopos began to bo laisod It took mo pst a dny to leain thnt it wnsn'tnocessni}' to strike a blow oi speak a woid Tho faitnois who go along shouting at then oxen and goad ing thorn waste then bioath and stiongth. A do/on yolro of Oi.en could be taught to diaw a load a bundled miles without a. woid oi a blow. It is onlj' necessary that tho fannei bhould lead to show tho dnection, and tho beasts, if they havo been kindly tieated and havo an allection for their mastei, will do tho lost * These oxon woio trained by uni form kindness. A senos of tucks in legulai oider was fixed upon, and I put them thiough oveiy day I wns with them neaily nil the time, and they fo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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The Widows' and Orphans' Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

The Ift'idows' and Orphans' Relief Fund. Tite programme of tho concort to bo given in tho Band 'Hull, Nowia, appears in tho prosont issuo, and it will bo soon that it is choice, ospoci ally in the musical character of tho iustruinontal and vocal contributors. In tho nature of an appeal, tho concort should also bo popular as addressod to a wido district pooplod by a pros porous class of residents. Tho following vorsos aro somowhat apropos at tho prosont timo;— A CUY FKOit THE SnETLAND ISLES. Thoro came a cry of anguish, a piteous cry of wail, From human hearts in suffering, the rudy chook to pale; Flashed on tho electric wave of light, 'Lives lost — a dradeful galo !' Beneath tho stormy wave. Of widows and of daughters loft hopelessly to mourn Thoir fathers and thoir husbands, who from thoir arms wore torn, With brothers, the bread earners, to never more roturn ; Lost ! lost ! — tho young, the bravo. From Foodaland and Havera, and Unst's rock girt bay, Launched forth tho hardy fisher...

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FOR THE FARMER. Milk Flavour. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

FO3fc. TBSIB FA3SMKK. ffffsik Flavour. The flavour of milk comes from the food, .as' does the milk itsolf The main constituents of tho feed foim (ho milk, butitsaioma also pas-os into tho Inrteal fluid, as witness thc\nnous bcents and tints which f-o stiongly mamfe&l. thomsohes in buttoi, such as tho oaily giass of tho season, the onion, canots, tin nips otc Wo havo, theieforo, the lln\oui oE Iho tinny product nt our discretion, ana wo know how:muchftho mailcot is lnfluonccd bj it It is tho controlling olement , texturo, all must yield to uuvmn , if (his is good, succoss ittonds tho sale , if bar] whothor obtained fioin tlm feed, oi tholo=uH of oxposnio, no othoi c-ccllonro can atone foi it And jet how littlo thu is acted upon Who aims nt flavour ' Thpie me those that do nnd succeed, commanding spPdal pnzPs, hut (ho gieat maionty continue to fc°d hay that is dry, hard, and Wlnvouilpss, lmmg lo=t tho fine nioma it po-sc-sod m its earU ;vi 0'U r,tat , and which if ^mlo u^e of ...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

Shoalhaven X. & II. AnHoelntlon. THE Coiinii^ttoo nf tho sihovo Asnocintion mot at Mr. M'Arthur1:) rtwidoneH. CJivnnhilln. tout Thursday, at 3 p.m., tho undormentionod moiii Irars of coimnitteo lining prosont: — Messrs. W. Lovegiovo,. 'President., (i» Ihn chair), D. Hymn, J. Houston, JamSa Hunt. W. Koimnrlv, Janiiw Lumoud, D. M'Ttivi.ih, L. M'Intyro, Jus. Mor rison. 0. Murray. Jas. Monachal!. James Ken nedy, John Watson. — The minutes of previous mooting were roiid and confirmed. — Cbrroapou- donco comprised two letters only. 1. From tho Colonial Socrotnry't ollko apprising tho Associa tion of tho placing to its credit i'48 0s endoivmoiifc on subscriptions to tho socioty. 2. From E. AUnm submitting .samples (iHiist.nited by photographs and stucco castings) of prism medals suitable for tho .society's adoption, to bo givon ns awards of morit. In rognrd to tho subject of the last moutionoil letter, after briof discussion; on tlio motion of Mr. W. ICennraly seconded by Mr. D. Hy...

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The English Hamburgh Vine. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

The B35Bj£Ht-sI» SaaERaRjsauj'gSi VSise. Dunixa tho last 350 yeais tho palaco of Hampton Couit has been tho sceno of not able evonts in English histoiy. Built by 'Wolboy, and piesented by him to his Eojal mastei,!lHoniy \UI , it wna foi a shoit penod,the dwelling placo of Anno Boloyn Here EdwaidYI tvas boin, nnd lieio died his mother, the^crentle Jane So-mom Heio James I summoned the, convocation fiom whose labouis losulted tho Authonsed Ver sion It/ was for some time the prison of Chnilos I , and^was' tho favomite Residence of William III , for whom Sir Chiistophei Wien designed and supoiintonded the elec tion of tho giandfiont, and whoso Dutch gardeners loft then mark m the quaintly cut tiees and foimal beds Geoige I showed his paitiality foi the bubuiban palaco by fitting up tho laige hall as a theatre, and duung theieignof tho socoud Ilanovenan was planted tho black Ilainbuigh vine which is now ono of the most mteiestmg siglits of tho palaco Hei majesty, fioratimoto time, has gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

03* MeetSn^s to K»e ffieid. Good Tomplar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, De'combor 8, 1HS1, at 7 y- m. Ct.tbf il Spring Division. Sons of Temperance, moots at tlio Tumporiiuce ilaH.Torrara, on Tues day, Docember 13. ^Teuaia L.O.L. moots on Friday, [date not pupphed by Secretary] at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

?I f jr (- ? (\ Zllawarra «s-e-istJ %nviign(ioii CuwiQvaiiy. TIME TAlihE ,., r, , ( 1j\ cm JMomlny, Tuciliy, and IFioin Gioonwoll ( Monday , b a in ' , Tuesday, ,5 Point ( p in , Tlnnsdn^j'S a m rAUKS , , , Cabin 2Osj 3Ecd«i»-iJ , (Ca j-Ju), 3Qb; feteerafc?, 13m fid. r i No P g« or otlioi Tin o Stock t\ ill bo qon\ o- od m 'by Uio stonmoi leaving foi Sjdnoy on Tuesday tifloinoon l ; r- r MANNING, ' - i, Jluuii(jci. Wanted to hi* Known.' i i)i ? i i WJOXLS, Collms-stioot, Kiniiu, haw . noiBMandVdnclo- J?O^ Illin: Ho T viopwcd to urn boh\cen Wollongong and TJUiulull i Also, Hi il hi) is a r i«ili puichahci of IIiclcu and (' BlniiR in -m- qu intit\ - Tb TTTJTWIAV IWTVTinifir ~-JJi''ljA.£4JbJ&JtXiL JJ x liiXf LrJ\j ' Auctioneer and ' Commission «..kc v Agent, JAJfUEEOO '?' ? r ? , ,HA 1,1 j General Commission Agent, ?? a'3£«»ISBJCIE S3JS8£C2ffAfc'S\ '' ' ' ' 110, SUSS1 \-SlllTEl, N Ti — Countiy Oidoi'j jnoniptly nllcndod to T. W. CEAVEff, Produce Merchant & General ' ' '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

;, iNnn appendix to tlio 'Ways and Means :-? laid before Parliament tlio qther day, Mr. ;;i 'Cracknell, the head of tlio . 'Holograph De -?'?'partment, hns given, in a few words, soms 1;, 'valuable information, showing the progress :':;,6f the oxtension of telegraphs in the colony ?. froni its first establishment in 1858, when ?\ the total longth of the lino, 372 miles, gave .'.'ian annual return of £1932 19s 9d for 9241 ?;?? messages, till the present year, and last year, /when 13,188 miles of telegraph gave a return of £84,110' 4s 8d for 1,119,537 messages. Alter giving uiucu. information as to the oxtension of our telegraph and its 1 , value for revonue-procluciiig as compared with tlio sister colonies, Mr. Cracknell states that through the cost of extension and main tenance the balance is now on the wrong side of the ledger. In formov years, when the lines only extended to thickly populated ' distiicts, tho income exceeded the expendi ture, and such a result was, no doubt, much ...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 1 December 1881

' ' - Jshoalhaveii Shipping 3ntelUReiice. , EXPORTS. ? ' Vcr Ulnwim-n, Captain .1. Garde, on tlin Urt November. To f-J dm \ Cm lipps butter. mi pigj, « rnlvrs, ii! coops poultrr, W r—~ cimeion!-, i PiickaRC.' IiWos, 1 wino lciron. I imrrel, 6G liagH iniH7C 1 in boiird, nml i&nilriiw. To Kiamii: !M p!g-, -I7 bugs ''l'r Illawlmii',' Captain .T. Oanli% on ( lir- rlh November. To Sydney; ? ISIS Imiw mnir.o, 1M pieces retlar, 21 cases cgs», CO . L kwrx Imlfer, -I hiilen. t raw liacon. 3 ciio|m poultry, I pncluem leather, 2 CitHkrta llBh, nnrt .sundries. To Kiuma : 3.1 tags lniiizc. To WollmiRoiiR: 12 bnpi inulw, ' i ?: Tcr AllimTiii.OnitnlnG.Wnlkcr. on tlin Sill November. To - . *.. Sydney : SKI Iwrs hntler. 12 checMw, :1!- cises eRB». ' packiwra , leather, 1 bniM liiiron, 2 coops poultry. 2 pnckoRP' bides, 1! kck'S . - 'Innl. I truss, 2 Bisks currants. 1 ens!; tallow, anil sundries. To Kinina : 1 ewe fruit, 1 bap biiRx. rcrlllamitTO. Captain .7. Gimlcnn tlic 10th November. To. ?...

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