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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

Special Teli'Si'inUm- 3ii4cIligcii(!C.: (From Grcvilh's Telegram Company. J : , SYDNEY. ? . ' . ,',...' ,. .Wednesday, ? flv.xr. :?/.- Tjie Pai-lirimont'nry banqtiot to' :Sir. H. -Parkoa'. last 'night was atto'ndbd'byllO roprosontntivos of both irpusosofjjParliauKjnt. v Sir, JolmHay, being in' tliq chnu\'moyecl'thb toast; 'of ''Our giiest ' in an:*dx'cell6ht'!spcecll.' .' ShvH. Parkes replied, royiowingv ;his3 life ;politically from- tho', time wlion he nrrivqdi..in the; colony, jioor and fiiondloss, till hp.nchioyed the 'position ho now holds, as instancing how' in Australia tho way'is open for CTOry 'man1 who knows ; how-to uso his brain and hands; ^to riso from the . humblest boginning. He? montibnod that one day soon auor jus arrivui iiu jjiukuu up sl?w[joiiuu in iuu. street, which Aoniiblod him ? td:j buy: tho'broad which ho must otherwise havo gono without. He confined his romnrks principally toitho his-, tory of responsible Govormnent in tho colony, and tho groat results achi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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A COUPLE OF "CUPS" AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

[?] ?;- t!!,T-',T;!, ''M^^w^skiS\m!.t'\, ,.':'*''' \ ?^Tjl'nEfacothat Beemod to' bo tho blankest! - atidi i barronest thorp . Tras i that ??; of ?' ^Eiohard i Traeoy. Ho eat four seats from tho front 'of ttho):gran'd«8tand,' and tho slight- shaddw' of paii»whiohhad'beon'upon,hini'fronv tho firat .'Bcoinod to haTo# deepened1 into 'bewilderment that carried a sonso of riiiii. Traooy's drawn .'featuros 'wbro tlid'so'of a mautWhd 'had staked! his last hope and sawit snatdhed away; : Tlioi ?last ory. and tho Host cheor of the ecdtliiug! (crowd aboToandbolow him was nil that liadj / entered ki^inind. It revorboratod through! f brain and1 thought with obhoea that' died; laKajVt^pL.swellqd; baqk again^-liko ? thoj -rT*^BfT,pf'iin.: organ poal, liko a diotantl j elonder cry, liko tl\o blare of a multitude. , Ilel . had i loot, and it was uoiwondor if his white! I bands trombled, or if, whou ho felt absontlyj ^fprLhia book, ho i could not, Jind it. . Tho; .^angourof voices, tho pooplo away bp...

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"THROW PHYSIC TO THE DOGS." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

' THROW PHYSIO TO THE DOGS.' - Take the open air, ? The more you take the better; Follow nature's laws To the vory letter. Let the doctors go to tne .Bay ol .Biscay ; ??,??'%?' Let alone the gin, ' The brandy and the whisky. Freely exercise, - ^ Keep your spirits cheerful;, Let no dream of sickness Make you ever fearful. , - Eat the simplest food, „ ' Drink the pure cold water : ' Then you will be well, Or at least you, ought to. ? J '-' .

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

£i5J»CAIj ? IJrff\B3fii£.E-G«EMC!3. .;?; . We havo been requested to invite attention to the programme of sports at Burrier and Numba raco-coursBS on Monday next. . ? ?-'?? . .Good Temtlaks Pi'csic, etc.— The British' Lion Lodge of Good Templars, No. 29, 1.'O.jSr.T.T' it,is,arinouncod in those, cpliinins by .iirly.V .will-' hold a ' picnic on 'Monday' noxtj , Debomber 26,j Boxing-day, at tho Eocreatioii' Kesbrvb; 'and'aJ ;conceVt/Srill:bb;giveri'in'tuo-BandiHali;,Npwra:,:; ? on-ixenuayniglit. ', We Imye' no . doubt; t.no pro gramme for both tho. picnic 'and5 the' coricort will be gbod; and in character: such' as i no onoi nood have, scruples infringing their friends to. ; /'yAiSvAL. -^Labour conditions .tit these mines will. be suspended, nb'doubtj during tho Christ inas and '-New 'Seaiv helidalys, ript ''n' fow of tile diggers. bayipg,already;:t'akon tiipir departure to spend the time-honoured day with their friends. The yield frbnl^thp'Eolipso battory's crushing, boxes included, f...

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WAMBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

'., . ^WAMBBRAL.1, ? t! By- Heniiy Kknuail. ? - ?Wsi a shell, to which thd aouwood,gbttpriiig ' ' ^yet'witli greenness clings, ' ' , ' like thd song that dnco I loved jjdj 'softly of ,' :,' V tlio old timb sings— : : '';' -. ''' :'','-: Softly of tlio' .old time ' spenkcth-^-bringirig I,;', oypr.buck tp'nio .'' '. .'.' '.''.'.'., .','- '.'-' ; SigUts of f ar-ofl: lordly f orolanda-^gUmpses ,'pf ? .'tho 8oiincU|)g. sen !; . ' ,', .j \ .' ,'??'',;'.',' How the cliffs arc ill bof oro me-ino'wi indeed, ::... do i bohoid ',-,,- : ;:. .,:,!??';; .,y';;.:7; f3.bin.ing growths on wild wot, billheads, quiet ,, pools, of greon and gold. ,,'.,.,...,. ;.' .'And, across tbo, gleaming ; .benches, io t tlio mighty flow and fill', i ,;,'....,,,'?,. UJf tho great ingathering watprs,, thundering ?ij undor,'\Vaniboral!1 ... ,..' „.,; ?;!! ?; Buck there 'aro tho pondering 'mountains'— thoro the dim dumb ranges loo'ih T ' Ghostly alia'pea 'in doad grdy 'vapour:1— half - I' '.'seen/peak's august witb'glo...

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THE SMALL BOY'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

THE SMALL BOY'S EXPLANATION. Angelica had invited her ' best young man to the evening meal. Everything had passed oil harmoniously until Angelica's 7-year old brother broke the blissful silenoe by exolaim ing : ' ' Oh ma, yer onghter seen Mr. Lighted the o ther night, when he oalled Io take Angieto the drill:. he looked so nice. Bittin' 'lorn. Bide of her with hia arm—' ' Fred I' aoreamed the maiden, wio3e faos began to assume the oolour of a well-dons orab— quiokly plaoing her hand over the boy's mouth. 'Yon onghter seen him,' oontinned tho persistent informant after gaining his breath, and the embarrassed girl's hand w»B removed, ' he had hia arm—' ' Freddie 1' shouted the mother, as in her frantic attempt to reaoh the boy's aurioular appendage she upset the oontents ot the tea pot in Mr Lighted's lap, making numerous Prussian w»r maps over his new lavender; pantaloons. . .'i '*? JnBt 8°!n8 t0 aay-' *ue h»'- frightened boy pleaded, between a cry and an injured whine, ' he had his ...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

Central Slionllmvcn Uttuiueiyal Council. The usual mooting of this Council wns hold at tho Council Chumlinrs, Torrara, on tlio ivftornoon of Tuosilay, tlio 12th inst., whon thoro woro prosont — Aldormon Hyam, Lamond, M'Luau and Wiilkor. In tho absouco of tho Mayor, Aldorman Hyam was moved to tho ohair. Cor lpspondonco— Inwards: Lottor. from, the Ohiof Coinmissiprior for Boads and Bridgosi stating tlmtaboat would bo lilsicod in charaoof Torrara Council 'for 'lisp iri:timef pf floodj the proprietor-.' sliip of ;suoh boat:tb bo yostpd intho Engiriebr-.: m-Uhiol lor ilnruours anu I4ivors. it was ao oidod-^-by ' . -motion '. of ) .Aldprmpii Lauioud and Walkpr— that P. Hogdn :bo binployod .for ra poriod as. day laboni-or for' tho Council.. Tho clerk's application for loavo of absonco for a wpuk .-was.Kranted. The tondpr, of a Chinoso, nninpd Ah Choiig, for 40 chains of road work at Worragoo, was accepted. Thp roport of tbo Financo Coinmittopl rocbininbn'ding paymont of accounts amounting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

PuWic^NoTice?* *( li/TK,JAME3 AlM3^ow-^tn post. 1 1U ™si£T°^2& will rocoTvo ORDERS for AD-vBllTISlSMRNlj or JOB PRINTING or. mynicount; '''Wni o:lers for suoh lof'tat hi» promises up to *Wm, on yory WEDNESDAY will ineol With Bfomptiitmtion.' -? '.' yS JiSEPH WESTON. ShoulMwn Telegraph Tinting Ofllco, Nowrn, March 1' 1870. ? MONUMENTS AND t o M b s to ;ar. e. s. rpnE Impost Stock in Alstralia to soled from- - X of now nrid'ohoicodotois, chiefly in ' ??y- . MAJtMI.BC and MtAlHTE,' at pricos Blightl.y in advulce of that hithoito paid for painted snnilstono.l . ?.??'. . ' ?.? Dosigns, with pricos, foi-wtrdod on npplioatiou X0111I) itaillngH in great variety. J. H A N/S O N, Rear of Now Lands Offico, ? ^W SYDjf$1'*-'. ?'???':' ^^ .'?? :'-&' 'r^ffilE OTWiiTNAL ! V ' ' '' ',???- '^H ' '' .{ THE BES?J -1 43 ^^ KINGFOItM'S . ' ??? ??' ' ' OHWGSO ? pnEPAiiEi* ; '. '? '-. ?-?'? ?' '';€O«R ,Mado of Amorican Indinn Corn, purb nnj .'. ?:?????? -'? ' .??'?? unridultorated. ?:'? Rep...

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Nowra Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

; . . STowrti JP ublic School. It havingboon , represented to us that the ac ccuiriipdatipn of- tbo scboel, thbniimb pf whioh stands, at tlio head . of tliis pnrngrapli, was deficiont in accbmmodatioh as rogardod floor, spaco and interior arrangomonts of school build ing; that tho school yard was not divided into two compartments for boys and girls, — as is riot unfroquontly tlio caso iri other public school yards; and that the sckocl yard was bthorwisp' deficiont of rpquisites ossontial to the conven ionce and comforts of the school -.children, we took occasion to sond a reporter to inquire as to the truth of : thosp statomonts; Our -'reporter. ;stutos :— '..?;., r ?'. - ??.?.-'. ;?;.-' .':?:. :~ ';-.. ' ? I visited the Npwra Public sclicol last Priday ?aftornbpn, and found the toachoi and his pupil toacliBrs— two in nuinbor^-bngagod with thoir scholastic dutios, with an attendance of 108 children. -The 'sc'iool building which is built of locally, mndb bricks, on rubblpsandstouo fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

HollovvaVs Ointviim A^u Pilis —Rheu matism and rheinntic gout, are tho nibstdrondod of nil disoasos, because thoir victicms know that they nrb safe at no soason, and at no ago socuro. Hollovvay's Ointment, aftor fomentation of the painful parts, gives greater relief than nny other application, but it must bo diligontly usod to obtain this desirable rosult. It has boen highly coinmondod by rheumatic Rubjocts of all ages and of both soxos for ronden'ng their attacks less frequent and rigorous ; and for repressing tho sour perspirations and soothing the nerves. In many cases moving rheumatism and rhtiu matio gout which had assailed persons previously healthy and in the prime of lifo.— Adv. Wl- J?&y&ER- Martin, C^pim»MS%aX AGENT, 107, SUSejpC STBEisT, ' SYDNEY. Por the sale of Farm Produce, principally Maizo and all other Grains)- Hay, Potatoes, Pigs Poultry, &o. ' ????'?? -? . . ? : . ?°- mercantile Mutual Insurance Com. l-any,' (Kiimited). PIEE AND GUARANTEE. I...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

SYEJSTBDY. [PKOM OUIt COnitESl'ONDEXT.I Now the Milburn Crook, and tho Darling Har bour along with the cricket crazo have pussod, the holiday and plum pudding season is approaching, all will be bout on pleasure, but before that fostivo day wo are to bavo Parliament prorogued — and if npponrancos go for anything the lato- hour- gen tlomou-including your own Shoalhavon sprightly representative, who by the-bye, I am. told, has given up sleeping ou the forms while tho Houso is in dobato — roquire repose. There's to ba a Farhampntary banquet to Sir Henry- to-morrow night; ono on Wodnosday night to Mr. Hoskins; und a big and public biinquetto Sir Henry ngain noxt wook. Tho Boinan Catholic Church dignatarios aro reported as intending to repair tbeir mistnko, re -the: remains of the independent Pitzpatrick, on npxt Thursday, by an imposing ceremony over thb grave. Some ''naughty people ' aro bad enough to say that that is because of the storm, raisod bj'. Parliament and press. It is reporte...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

Shoalliaveu Mails' Time Table. Leave Moss Vale ? T. V T. 1'. 8. Sim a in 'Arrivo Yurriinga ... ilo da (In do do da ?J.SOam mirreiigurry. do do da do 1I0 do 5nm KiinaurooVly do do do do da do Hum Ciiinbownrm . do do da da do do y.A 11 m Nownl1 ? do do do do do do fl.Ii n 111 Airuo i oniLrowr -lo do do i'o do In in „ 130 „ Wiindandiun do do dj do do .niu „ ',M „ Comoln -lo do do do da lpm ,, C10 ,, \11tti\1lttul1 do do da do do Tip m ,, 7 JO , '\riltan do do do do do Op in „ 9 „ miudulli doldo do da do 7pm ? 10 f-uave Tilliuliilla ? Sn J[ T. W T. Fri. 4.S0 a ui Vm\t Milton do do do do do do 0 10 „ Yuttcvuttuh.. do do do do do do 0.15 „ Conjoin ..'...;;. do da do do do do 7- ,, ^undiimlinn do da do do do do 9 11 „ Tomoroiii,'.. .. du d-- -lo -lo do do 10.15 „ Vonm dn do do do do do I 30 pin Iiciiro Noniii .'. ? 'lo J» d° ?'» -1' ' '1' 3.30 „ Cmnljcniimi do ilo do da do do 130 „ Kui'iooMl) doldo do da do do 7 ,, Jliitrcnt, -rrj do do do do do da 7 V, „ \iirmiu'» da'dodidodo do 11 V, „ A...

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THE THORSDALE TELEGRAMS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

THE THORSDALE TELEGRAMS. CHAPTER I. When I .first arrived at Thorsdale.i was nineteen, having just graduated from a WeBtern College, with a magnificent diploma, and, if it had not been for a knowledge of telegraphing and machine sewing, would have been assisting a widowed sister of mine, keeping school, in a town in the western portion of the State. Thorsdale had then rather a typographical than a topographical existence. While Twoboysboro and Smoilersville enjoyed the distinction of capital letters in the railroad guide, Thoredale had to be_Eatis fied witS the smallest type. . Thorsdale was simply the intersecting point of two railroads, whioh formed an X at that point, and for buildings had a dilapidated freight depflt, a few straggling: houses, and a telegraph station, in which, for a certain time I was employed. Thorsdale Office had a great deal to do with railroad business, and although tho two roads were at daggers drawn, and were continually quarreling on the subjeot of time-...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

ftofolisi. 'BELLA'S HERO; OB The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OP THE WELSH MARCHES. Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Jus. ? ? ? ? - CHAPTER Yt.—(Gontimud.) Mrs. Conway assured him that she Bhould want nothing of help beyond that ; . and she succeeded in making him believe her. He stood for a little time in a quandary, feeling that he ought to offer the women, some remuneration for her trouble, and yet at a loss how to approaoh the subject delicately. She . saw his trouble, and again came to his assistance. ' ReBt perfectly eaBy, Sir Peter. Tour . child shall be cared for as though she were my own. ana— wren a piayiui |smue— - 'if I should feel that any expense is 'legitimately incurrod, I will present my account whan the doctor presents his.' Goodl ThiB ploaBed tho old Juan, and he robbed his hands, gleefully. And it helped him, too, in hiMfiort with the son; for he Jelt tbat he owed unbounded gratitude to the preserver of, his .dear Bella— his dailiDg and his pet— hiB beauty and his pride....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

G5r Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, December 22, 1881, at 7 p m. Torrara L.O.L. moots on Friday, [ilato not uuppliod by Secretary] at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

iiDS3O5-Sf3i- J'| €oiM]iiCHay. . ^ TJMK TABLE. ' Forney. (^^^SS^'^ _ i'rom Qroonwoll ( Monday, G a.m. ; Tuesday, !$ . ' Point....,, ,( p.m.; Thursday, 8 n.m. FAMES: Cntrfit,'' 2«h ; Return (Cnltin), 3«h; ' Steerage, 12s Gil. No Pigs -n\ other Livo Stock will bo convoyed by. -ln)_ steamer 'leaving for Sydney on Tuesday '? afternoon.. '-?..,« * , ??'?? -..i','''* -. . ,_l E. MANNING, ? ? ?'?''';'i-','.-,', 'Managoi;., Wanted -« Sir Known. W JONES, Collins-street, Kinma, has . Ilmsos and Vehicles FOH tllllH. - Ho in piopurcd to run boUveon Wollougong and Ullndulla. i Also, that ho is a ensh puruliaror ol Hides and ? skins in any quantity. ? ? ? ' D. ' LINDSAY DTMOOE, , *kuciioneer and Commission ' ? , Agent, ., A( ? . jam he boo. ? , ' w. h a l i ,? ? :: General Commission Agent, AJjT- BiMHiossajcffi mtjek.cwa.kiv, 110, SUSSEX-STREET, ' SYDNEY. ' N.B. — Country Orders promptly attended to. _ 1*' ' ' '*' ? ' ? [ ? Produce Merchant & General Commission Agent. [AVaWWmMSfn.]' % Rto...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

,' -jjrvC^p present to the reader on tho fourth page ,[^;of;the present issue a pen sketch of what is' .jh: described as tho scone at the interment of ?:.';(! 'the remains of the late Mr. M. Fitzyiatrick, i^i'andwfi reprint also the speeches showing 'the- feeling with which ? thoso circum ?*.'?'. 'stances were regarded in tho ELouso of Par r, liniment. And in reprinting so much of tho :'vj. debate, we desire to sa}', at tho outset, that ?Jjljjve^do, not. give so full a local publicity to these speeches from any sympathy with Vi^muclrthat is contained in them, or from any li';i: wish todiscuss ecclesiastical misdemeanours in i^iuthose columns, so much ns to show that even a '!f ' deliberative body like tho House of Assembly rV, ' inay ,be carried away on a false issue, and ?-.;? ''how fallible is human action and judgment j,' .(inboth political and ecclesiastical affairs. It ?Sii* is- hardly necessary to observe in coimoctiou ?. '? with the speeches of some lion, membors .:'? ''-that...

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Shoalhaven shipping Intelligences EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

Shoalliavcii Shipping Intelligence. ' ' EXPORTS. tit hluwmm, Cnpiiiin J. Onnlo, on (lie 1st DiwmWr. T° Sydney: 55 'lioim butter, 5:1 Iiiirh lnufe,-. MiripH, r. chIvim, 2fi - c-iiKco pgfc's. 10 coops poultry, 1 'disc linni-y, 1 cask (allow, 2 w»lK*«»i'rbiiHry, 3 liMra. nnil mmlrlcs. To Kmina. : na pigs, G tows maize. 1 case. To Wollon|:,m|; : :» 1-:iir.« maiac. Tcr IlUnrnrm, Captain .T. Cmnln, on tho litli December . To Sydney: STrbugs nmiai, 00 kepi IiiiMcr, 21 «i-«m w, 1 coopi poultry, 3 bundles skins, .1 bnjrs bnncs. n pipf, I pncknpc Ica'tlior, 10 bags leather cuttinM'. 1 boiler, lot nmcliinory, 1 liorse, mid snndriea. To Kiuma : 15 bags inuize, 1 purt frorC'Kammikn, Captain H. liisliop. on tbeMh December. ' Va Sydney : S07 k«-s butter. '5 rticonw. U rase* cjnj', 1 1 coops poultry, 2 liidei, 1 bag llsb, 1 bunille skins, 1 rase, cheese, 1 biif; °Por n'iawarm! Onptain .T. Oanle. on the Sth December. To '' Sydney : GJ ones maize, 7(i kc?s butter, 03 pica, S rulvca, .1 casks tallow, ...

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Essays. UNCLASSED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

4tmui, UNOLASSED MEN. (From Chambers' Journal,) However narrow be tha olrole of our acquaintance, w« are nuro to find in it one o- two young men who are off the high-road of lif« and wandering Iu the wastes of leisure. While others aro pursuing professlona and cullnga by whioh future oxlatence will be assured, the youngatora wo ore treating of are learning nothing, and living ae if they were of no further uao, while in faot they are only vlBlng to the heyday of life. Aa we watch them getting taller, stronger, and lazier, we know the poor fellows are drifting towards ' tha bad,' and (hat their friends and themBelvea aro going to have som» painful experienoea. For this world haa always been an uncomfortable place for people having no direot alms. Social gravita tion is as reolatloas aa cosmloal gravitation ; and aa the meteor la reduced to duat by the attrition of the atmosphere, do the ' un claaaed' man ia' often dissipated into a slate of In utility by the aooial forcea against whic...

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ERTRACT NROM LONDON PRODUCE LETTER, 27TH JANUARY, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 22 December 1881

EllTKACT XIIOM LONDON PHODUOE LETTEll, 2'TIt ?.''.?? '' janvauy; 1881.' ' ' ' '''? 'Butter. — Tho shipment por Protos («), frozen, is how boing brought undor tho notice of tho trndo. It appears to bo in good condition, nnd not'to have boon in any way injured by the voyngo. It is porhnps a littlo irregular in colour, and has boon 'fr'ooly salted.' It 'has a sliebtlv rank flavour',' as if it hnd boon' kept in store for somo timo whilo a sufficient quantity to innkd a'shipmont was accnmlating. ' Tho soiling prico is oxpoctod to lango fiom 101s to II 2s por owt Best English butter is woith 100s por cw t ' 'A shipment of 31 casks (marked R 111 diamond) o-s. Cotopaxi (s ), via Suo/ wnb offorcd tin-, duj', but did not find a bujer no bid boin^ madoforit. It was fairly sound, but liko that per Piotos, it was too much s iltod It was also voiy hairy ' 'In doaling with butter wo employ factors, not brokors, ns tho former 'como moro diroctl y into contract with tho different bronchos of tho tra...

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