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Kisses. Kiss me softly and speak to me low. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Misses. Kiss mo softly mid speak lo nil low. There is a story told of an old Scotch deacon who courted a girl lor a good many years, but no.vur found courago enongh to as hor to marry. Ono day after thoy had beon 'keopon' com pany' for about tea years, ho vontured to solicit a kiss. ' Lot mo first ask a blessing,' ho paid, and falling upon his knees, ho emplorod tho divino benediction. IIo noxt, with duo circumspection and Scotch doliboration, possessed himself of tho kiss, whon, with a sounding smack, ho oxclaimed : — ' Eh ! woman, but it was good ! Lot us roturn thanks.' That princo of good-fellows, John G. Saxo has added this to tlio kissing literature :'?— - ' ' Give mo M-acs— all is wasto time the luxury of the Inste, And So* LMiih— kisses lira Only ulicn wo til-o and ghc. Kifs me, then, ? lj\ery moment tmd itguiii, i There aro poetic kisses and Platonic kissos — such us tho beautiful llino. Seciiuiior gavo to Chatcaubiiand; thoro aro historic kissos— such as thoso recorded in ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. Presbyterian Church Sustentation Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

jniSCBIiBiAUTEOUS. Presbyterian Churcli Siistciitation Fund. FltOM the trensuror statomont of rccoipts for the threo quarters of the year, published in the Presbyterian, wo make tho following extracts :— . PIIBSDYTI'.KY OF 1LT.AWA11RA. Specially Ordinary T , , contributed. Revenue. lota1' S. s. d. ? £ s. d. £ s. d. ? - .Jlronghton Creek ... 172 17 11. 6 0 0 178 17 11 Kiama ? 209 6 0 2 .3 3 211 S !- Slioalhavcn ? 109 12 3 . !U 0 0 . 23.112 3 Moss Vale (b) ... 08 5 0 48 18 fl 147 3 0 TVollongonR ? 175 7 8 14 12 4 190 0 0 £855 9 4 £105 14 4 £061 3 8 Tho third, quarter of tho first year of tho Sus tentation Fund operations has boon successfully convnloted. The Treasurer's financial statomont is profossedly by nothing more than a statement of receipts, but without ontoring into minuto details it sufficiently shows progress in tho de Tolopmont of the Fund. Taking tho results as givou in tho threo quarterly statements which have boon issued wo find that tho amount avail able for distributi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

OKIGHAAIi POBTKT. The following is ropublished to correct soin0 printers errors which wore overlooked in reading in last issue : — October. Nati'Bk's Temple in robes of loveliest sheen, Ami lilossomiuir nngcuntry in rich displny. All. nil of tamtams Biitli'riiipliiiil» Springs queen, Ami 'round her tlmino their lovely liite-stniifc-s piny. Utdinntrcu Queen, how ricli. how Bnmil tliy store, A Seio blooms where o'er thy wings ontspraul, Thy nnilCH n Iliimi'ly cornucopia pour, Anil dii/7liHB rninlmws p-oet. thy fairy tread. And commingling incense o'er thy retell arise, Burh an Cunncl wafts o'er .Twlii'iin skim : O God like spirit— O with us tarry lony, . . Tliy crown, Sharon's roso with Tcmpe's violet tanne LM, from out the glossy green, the wild bmh song, Trill, -welcome sweet to thy ornnge blossom shrine. Nowra. _^ _^^^_^___

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Amending the Impounding Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Amending' the Impounding Law. TnE bill introduced in tho Legislative Assembly';' by tho hon. tho momber for Parramatta, Mr. Byrnes, on tho 5th instant, is farmed with.tha view of umonding in cortain particulars the Impounding Act, so that such an extraordinary; difficulty as that which was disclosod in tho recont case, M'Laughin v. Hovors, may be mot promptly by legislation. To furnish a fair idea'; of tho position in which, tho defendant was placed it is nocossary to advert to the facts of tho. caso. Tho plaintiff, Mr. M'Laughlin, missod ;a valuablo horso out of his paddock. Soon after this ho 6aw tho animal in tho dofondunt's (Mrs. Hovors') stables in Pitt-street, whoro it had boon placod by tho claimants, Mossrs. Baker arid West, who had bought it at tho pound. Tho horse had boon found straying in tho stroots of tho Globo municipality, from which it was im pounded by tho inspoctor of nuisances for the municipality. Mrs. Hovors disclaimed having any interest in tho suit, oxcopt th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Exhibition of American Trotting Horses iu Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

? .'' ' Exhibition of American Trotting Horses in Sydney. On Saturday afternoon the Eandwick racecourse prosontod a more than usually busy appoaranco, ?which was accounted for by tho fact that an ox hibition of the American trotting horses lately imported by Dr. Weir, from California, was to take place. As the show was a somowhat un common ono, and calculated to bo in kooping with the sporting proclivities of the colonists, it is sufficient to state that tho assemblage was large. Among the gentlemen present were sovoral of the leading pastoralists and horse breeders of Australia. The horses, comprising ton in number, wore landed here last month from tho R.M.S.S. Zoalandia, and is tho first venture of sending trotting horses to tho Anti ppdos for disposal. Thoro aro horses bore which wore bought in America and imported at tho risk of tho owner, and it is theroforo congratu » lating to say that the animals wero landod in , ' good heart and excellent hoalth. A glance along tho Randwiok...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

Coiuieierciul Intelli^ciice. * Auotioneeb's EEroiiT.— John Stewart re-i v ports having sold lately tho following properties : ? — Mr. E. and Miss Wilson's property at Brogor's Crook, for £1233 9s 3d ; Mr. Jaques'B... farm on Kangaroo Mountain, for £-100 ; Mr., 0. - Eobinson's hotol and promises for £1700 ; Mr. Hannigan's farm at Budgong for £250 : Mr. James Haydon's farm at Camborwarrn Moun tain for £182 5s : nud Mr. C. Eobinson's farni'nt Broughton Valo for £210-1 10s.

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Cable Intelligence. The Irish Crisis. London. Oct. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

C3n!-Ie SiitcIIiK'ciicc. {From the Sydney Papers.) The Irish Crisis. London. Oct. 1S. The reported nrrest of Mr. Pnrnoll on a charge of using seditious language which was likely to incite the peoplo to rebellion, has beon confirmed by tbo Premier in his speech at the Guildhall to-day. Tho arrest of Mr. Parnell was quietly affected in an hotel in Dublin to-day. He was imme diately taken to Kilmainham Gaol, whore ho is now lodced. Mr. Gladstone in referring to the arrest, said that the Government woro perfootly justified in the action they had taken. Later. Tho following is a fuller summary of the important spoech made by Mr. Gladstone, in tho Guildhall, this morning, in reply to the addross of the Common Council : — Boferring to tho arrest of Mr. S. C. Parnell, this_ morning, tho Promior stated that the Cabinet woro united in the docision to ordor tlio inoarcoratioti of tho mombor for..Cork. ... 1'lus ho eaid was tho first stop tftkon for tho vindication of law nnd ordor iu ? Ireland...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Science. DANGERS OF ATHLETIC TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

MdmtL DANGERS 03? ATHLETIC TRAINING. Absolute health ia attained only%by tho symmetrical development of all parts of tbe body. Tho man with maaclos ol steel and a diflonsod heart oannot bo said to be in good health, and diBoaosn ol stomaoh, heart, and nervons system aro often — ii may even be Btid' usually — produood by that Bystom of development known us training. At a recent rosing maloh in Philadelphia, two plnoky lmls in contesting boats fainted as soon aa tbo raoe was over. Their oondition, whioh waa apparently good, was aotually abnormal, and their systoms gavo way beoauso tbo strain whioh their mueolos met was too groat for their vital functions, llsoontly a similar but more serious oalami'.y oooarrod ai Sag Harbour. A Brooklyn l»d who had taken pirt in a pedestrian content, wbon removed from the trade, foil down dond. He had prepared hitusolf for walking and running, and deploted bis vital organs to build up his limbs. When tho strain camo tho im poverished and most importan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

$*' f\t-t-™i hI't (in .i/io/my 0A.rrrr;K rouTKiJ ?1 \J Tl(]!,SilJA&!;lNl/!-Vl/vVoiUiiiiitt Ivuiu wiK bo impounded. Iff I ~~^ ,; I E. S. BOWE, 18th July, 1881. NOTICE. ittAMUE.'- ? NOTICE. [/ MR. THOMAS 5iO/^0N, of Mnyfiold, Slipulhavon,// a CASH purchmsr o£ !Muizo, in any ipiaiitily. I' -O0AL AGENT \ anted ? for tho district ofl J iSlirkiUinvan//1 ' t!'-l fnvniiiito Englihh Om'co, NmwijJWyfo i Pud Tnsniniico Soeioly. USsliiblislird Syf^lf ; in llii-. Colony 10 yom's. Apply by lett/1 ' H\- linni^i.' Sydney. W. C. Odl) DA mi & Co., Agon \.!ur Now South Wales. TT IE IV »- JJ3 H N. ' ' TENDERS aio imfei! for 1lio oicolionof a WaixlonDiidKuJn ihn Cm nunbono Crook, at NowralTIill, uwir Mra. JUunieons. Pinna and Rpfwiciilionij/inay bo soon on ap plication to Ihc^ndotf ic^ud. ', Volition) to 4HMonlarauftV-n or boforo 26th lust., itt? p.m. I I J. GREEN, -?, / I Mayor. , Council Chamhor.sJ ; / Nowrn, 11th Oul|, 1881. V' \ MAI!BE-'«rc©1i»E»S. l' T-ERS0NS wishi/gv& *HIP ...

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Household. DOMESTIC COOKERY. BOASTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

[?] DOMESTIC COOKERY. By Maky Hoopjjb. BOASTING. A CELEDBATEB writer on cookery has paid that thero is so groat nn art in roast ing well, that a cook must bo bom with a talent for it. However this may bo, it iB 'certain that only thoso persona who aro thoroughly painstaking, und in the habit of observing not only iho differpnt weight of joints, bub thoir quality, and tho length of time they have been kept, oun roast well. It is not, as is so often supposed, tho made dii-hea whioh test tho skill of a cook; their preparation is far eaaier than roasting; a joint. Anybody who sendB to table, not onco in a way, but every day, a sirloiu ot beef, or leg, or a shouldtr of mutton done to a turn, deserves to be considered ci first rato cook. No hard and fast rules will always apply to roasting; tho eircum stuncea of tho caso muab bo taken into nccount. When a great cook waa ono day asked, ' How long a turkey would take to roast?' he replied, ' Show mo the turkey, tho fire, aud tho cook, and I...

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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

§outlt Coast anil Went Cnmdcn Co operative Compnny (Limited). Sydney M^ahket Prices. The following aro our prosont quotations : — ', £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, per lb.. 0 0 10 to 0 10' Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 0 6 ,, 0 0 9, Bacon, ditto ? 0 0 4 it 0 0 6' Ditto heavy and rough 0 0 3 „ 0'0''¥ Choose, (senrco) ditto 0 0 ' 6 ' ,. 0 0: 9 ' Ditto 2nd and inferior 0' 0 '5 „ 0 0 ~:G Pigs (alive), oach ? 10 0 „ 2 0 0 Calves, ditto ? 0 8 0 „ 0 15 0, Calfskins, oach ? 0 10 „ 0 16 Tallow, por ton ? 21 0 0 „ 25 0 'O' Fowls, per pair .... 0 3 G ,, 0 4 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 4 0 „ 0 5 0 Goose, ditto ? 0 60 „ 0 70 Turkoys, ditto ? 0 8 0 „ 0 10 '0 Hidos, each ? 0 10 0 ,, 1 5 0 Maizo (dull), por bshl. 0 '2 10 „ 0 3 0 Potatoes, por ton.... 2 10 0 „ 3 10 0 Hay (oaten) ditto ..400 „ 6 0: 0 , Ditto (lucerne) ditto.. 2 10 0 „ 3 10' 0 ' Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 8 ,, 0 6' 9 Wheat, per bushol ..050 ,, 056' Oats, ditto ? 0 2 9 „ 0 3 0 Barley, (English) ..029 ,,033 Ditto, (Cape) ditto .. 0 2 6 „ 0 2 9 Commercial S...

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Miscellaneous. WORMS 300 FEET UNDER GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

H^igaHatttmis. , , ? i — ? ? i r WORMS 300 FEET UNDER GROUND. Tan Gold Hill (Nov.-ai) Nttot ropoHa tha dlooovory of a quotr opeoi«» ol worm.i in the fnoo of tho Lord Lotno mine, nnar Lower Gold Hill. Tha vsormB ooour In n solid Btratum of atlflt day, 700 foot from Iho mouth of the tnnnol, and 300 feed bolow tha surfaoo of the earth, amid thn vein in»Uor oil that portion of tho Comntock. Superlntou dont M'Dougal found qulto a number of thorn by «o»klng.and washing tho day, and they are no defunot rdlota of uutediluvUn tlutea, but Are an auvo auu xiu&iuk, wuwu iblo ao fb may npp«ar. The»o queer Uttlo nuhterrinoan worms ato about throo-quarkora of an Inch long by nbon» nn eighth of an Inoh in diameter, ahorb aud thlok, resnmbling nomo apeoiea of grub. Kioh la Incaaod In a vory neat Uttlo nhell of nilioioue material, corrugatod and firm, of a bluiah cist, Ilka silver orn, with small round up .its, having a motnllio luster. At hin forward oud appears a vloloui-looklng lUblo houd,...

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THE FARMER FEEDETH ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

THE FAKMER FEEDETH ALL. BY CUABItBS Q. LELAND. My lord rideB through his palace gate, Hy lady sweepn along in state, The sago thinks long on many a thing, And tho maiden muses on marrying ; Tho minstrel hurpeth merrily, The Bailor ploughs the foaming sea, The huntsman kills tho good rod deer. And the soldier wars without a feir ; But fall to eaoh what'er befall. The farmer he must feed them all. Smith hammereth cheerily the swoid, Priest proacheth pure and holy word, Dame Alioe worketh broidery well ; Clerk Richard tales of love can tell ; Tho tap-wife sells her foaming beer, Dan Fisher fishes in the mere, And courtiers ruffle, strut and shine, While pages bring tbo Gascon wine ; But fall to each what'er befall, The farmer he must feed thgin. all, ? Man builds his castles fair and high Whatever river runneth by, Great cities, rise in every land, Great churohes show the builder's hand j Great arches, monuments and towera Fair palaces and pleasing bowers, Great work is dono, bq 't her...

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Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 October 1881

§nmm. A OiSE or DnnADpai, Oonndiual Involtiu mekt. — A very knotty bigamy ouso waa ro oently brought to oouit in Plymouth, Penn. It looked vory badly for the accused, bnt a Philadelphia lawyor was employed who ar ranged all tbo faots in tabular form, and seoured the following resnlt: — WILLIAM COX Was ohargca with lntormarrying.Uoslna Knlp;ht, Ilia first wile ? Caroline Drako, botncaiire. Itwos nroved that.. William Cox had married ? Caroline Drnko, but, ns alie win this wife of ? George MurrlneUi ho left lier, nnd married ? liosin.i Knight. On lcnrulnjr tlil» ? Cnrollno Drnko (wIiobo lmabnnd ? 1 ? Gcorgollcrrifield. had alnce been mnrrlcd to ...... . .another woman) Instituted pruoecdlugs agnluBt.. William Cox. But It wns proved that before.... George Mnrddeld married ? Caroline Urnko he had ? another wife living. Ilia marrlnffo with ? Caroline Drako was therefore HleRal, nnd. ...'... .William Cox felt himself nt liberty to marry. .Caroline Drukc. Jlutlt wan nlao proved that.. . .C...

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Poetry. LITTLE BARBARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

§0*fo|£. LITTLE BARBARA. Fbisttt Barbara, ripo and rod. ' With sweet small mouth, like boeB abed, And fall of nectar and honey-dew; So pretty a thing, I dare not swear To the art of the ribbon that ties her hair, Or the buokle that binds her ehoe ; ° 09 like nor oaoh trinket sho has to woar, It scorns just as if it grow, Like a roeo in its petals and pollen dust, That wears its beaut; because it must, And something liko Barbara, too, As eho dips her small tin bucket in The little fountain of woven glass, Like, webs that the spiders weave and epin To hang on the shining bladeB of grass, A faoe as bright and happy as hers, . In the nets of tho silken gosaamors. Looks out of the waters smooth eolipse, As if it was happy to hold within it The soft verbena red of her lips. And kiss and oaresB her just for a minute. In tho arms of tho dimples, smooth and still. Ere it goes and soborly turns tho mill. For life to hor in tho honoy-dew Is nothing yet but the wayside spring, Between the upper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

HOLLOWAY'spiXTMEM' AND PlLLS.— BllOU- lnntism and rhomnhd ^out aro tho most droiuloil of nil diso.isos, becaugo llleir yicticins know that thoy nro safo nt no soasoiiY unii at no nj-o sccuro. Ilollowny's Ointment, uftor fnmcntiition of tho painful parts, givbs grontor roliof than any other upplicntion, but it mint bo diligently iisotl to obtain this dosirnblo result. It hns boon highly coininoiuloil by rliouinntic subjocts of nil age's unil 'of both soxos for rondorm-r thoir nttncUs Icis frequent and rigorous ; itnd for repressing tho sour porspirntions anil soothing tho norvos. In lnuny ensos moving rhounintism nnd rheu matic' gout which hud nssnilotl iiorsons previously hodlthy and in tlio prime of lifo.— Anv. ' Xo pout u]i Utica conliMcls our powers ' mayjio truly suid of ono of tho most invnluablo preparation of inoilcrn times, for its sales nro not confined to any particular uphoro, lmtoxLond over nil tho- quarters of Uio globo. Onlors aro being constantly received fioin remote...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Shoiilhnvcu 3IuUm' Time Table. LeiivoirnsMViik- ? T. W T. I'. S. Sun. urn Arrive Yiiitiiiikii - 'In 'In ilo il' '1' 'lo '--i10 'm , llnrreiiRiirry. do tin do ilo ilu do fin.iu: KniiiBiiooVly rto do do -lo do do ilii.ui. Ciimbon-una. do ilo do ilo do (lo 8.1f-n.in. Nnn-m ? cln do db Ilo do do ll.ld n in. LonvoNinvni ? lo 'do1 dn do do lOu.m. Sumlny, 1 p.m ArilvoTnmwmiir.... do do do do do 1 ii.in. ,, ? .1.(10 „ -Wimiliiiiilinii. do do do do do 2 p.m. „ fi U0 „ Conjoin ? do ilo do dn do I p.m. „ 0..10 „ Viilloyntlnh.. do do do do do fip.in. „ T.UO ., Milton ? do do do do ilo I! p.m. „ 0 „ llllilillllla..... do do do do do 7p.m. „ 10 „ Lcuvo miiiifullii ? (in S[ wTvPv. l'i'i. I.IIO ii.m. .Arrivi! Jlllton ? do do do do ilo do (!.!«) „ Yiltlmntlnli.. do do dn dn do do (1.15 „ . Conjok ? ilo do do do ilo do 7 „ AViiudiindmn. Ao do do do ilo do 11.15 „ T,miM-oii|...... do do do do do do 10.15 „ Xonm...!. ? ilo do do do do do l.HOp.m. Leave Nim in ? do do do du ilo v do !1 !IO „ Cuiibomimi ...

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Cultivation of Spinach. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Cultivation of §j*inai'8i . xnc j-'reneu can cms uiisiraiuio vugemuie cue 'scavenger of tho stomach,' bocauso it is so healthful, an article of food iu the early spring time, and in 'tho city markots* it always finds plenty of purchasers, it is not cultivated in tho eouutry as plentifully as its merits doraand. Cowslips, dandelions, nnd beet grooub supersedo it almost entirely ; but to my taste none of them equal spinach in tho delicacy of its flavour. It , is ri. gross feeder, requiring a rich, lieavy soil ''to grow it ne rapidly as it demands — (if will not flourish in a poor, sandy garden), but if the soods are ' sown very early they, will . come forward quickly, and limko a very palatable addition to tho table., There aro two kinds of spinac'.i, tho round leaf for spring plant: and' the,' pointed' leaf, a,. prickly spinach, which ''is, used ..for all planting, 'and can bo sowed early in October, in rows, so]fnr apart that tlioy can be kept ,froe from woods. When -snow threatons,...

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FOR THE FARMER. Points of a Good Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

©'©K 'fi'BBE FAESMEa?. I'wiuiis «3'a SSoosll -C«w. 0. TjOP.Dwr.LT, gives as the result of 'his ex perieneo in buying and hnndling stock, tho following outlines of a good cow : — ' In tlio first place, I will say that I boliovo in tho Guoiion escutcheon, but still I think it nobds a good deal of studying to understand it. I see a great many think if it runs up to tho vulva it is good, and if it liuppons to bo rnther wirlo it is No. 1. But I havo' seen vory poor cows on which tho escutcheon was both liigh and wide ; but still it was broken and badly shnped. Wo will commeuco at the head. Tho muzzlo should bo rather large, but the head small and bony, with t'.ui face dished and wido between tho oyesi horns rather small and amber colour ; cars small, thin,/ and yollow ; neck thin and ]ong, witli clean throat ; neck will drop a little iu front of shoulders, making what I call a ewo neck ; shoulders .sloping, not lieavy, but lean or bony ; back lovol, with good width of hips. The back bono...

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Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

§wmax. (From Harper's Vraioor.) \ the following, rrom a Woatorn corroa pondont, has tbo morit of truth, and shows ' how Blyand lmmorouB aro tho methods adopted to circumvent lawj onnctod to pro vont tho vending of alcoholio ljovoracres :— During the brief existoueo of tlio Maine Hqnor law a live showmiin (not Artmnua Ward) made bis nppoar.iuco iu — — , with a small, dirty, tattirod oanvas tent; » lmlf sturved wolf, and a suspiotoua-lnoKing keg, Thu admission ., f oo of ton conts was ohoorfully paid by a nutnbor of 'old sports,' who manifested a peculiarly strong doBiro to seo this very common and villainous-looking specimen of tlie animal kingdom. But the oddo3t part of tho Bhow to the by-standora was, that ono '? particularly hard old ouso had prassod in ' to take another look at that wolf' nolosa than sovou tiinas during the af tornoon. Tho aoorbt was at lait revealed. After sovoral unBuocessful attorapts to start for home, ho approached tho teat door with an unsteady stop, and ha...

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