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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

IIoLr.owAY's OisntcsT and Pills.— Ehou- matis'n nnd rhemntic gout ain tho most droadod of all diseasus, bocauso thoir viclicms know that thoy nio safo nt no season, and at no ago socurog Ilolloway's Ointmont, after fomontntion of thfl painful jiarti, gives gi eater relief than tiny othea application, but it must bo diligently usod to] ol-tam this dosirablo rosult. It has boon highlyj cominomled by rhoumntio subiocts of nil a,'jJ nnd of both soxos for'.rondoring their uttnflH leas fieqnont nnd rigorous; and for ropross^H the sour poropirntions and soothing the ncrAV In many cases mot ing ihouiimtisin nnd rhHJ mntic gout which had. assailed pel sons provioi^H healtliy and in tho piimo of Iilo. — Adv. ? ?? Aim*!i'!i53aia RJiiiuiil Firu 3ocict~*^H /CAPITAL, £100,000. With power to inci^l \J to £1,000,000. ?? Bonuses— 20 por cent, each for 2nd, 3rd,iWI and otli yoairi. ! ? J Dtmxroiis. — ^ITon. John Su-cnorinntt; Jt.lfl Chainnan. Manuel P. Josophson, Esq. '? JohiJ Wolhorill, Esq. William...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

ILOCAHi OJTJE&iIiIG-EflJCJE; ? » ? ' Oun( LlTERAKY SUITLEMEST.'— OwillR to the Christinas holidays wo aro unablo to givo our usual supplement with this issue, but will givo a double supply with our noxt. Lakge Elsn.— Some very good cutchos offish havo been mado this season oil Burrag.i ( Vvlt/o 'Pig') Island near Terrain, tho vicinity of which seoms to 'find favour in tho 03'es' of largo shoals of (wo may suy) large 'jew fi=h, and; ''tailor.' Last Thursday night Mr. 'W. Thurgate, an adept at angling, hooked a monster ? of the former kind, woighing about fifty pounds. : Besides this one numorous othor largo fish' of the same kind have been hooked at tho locality named. . : AVesmyax. — The service of song, 'Christy's old organ,' was repeated at Py. eo school room on Tuesday night last by tho choir of the Wosleyan churches of Nowra and Torrara, assisted by Misses M. and A. Groon, Mi«s Graham, and Miss M'Laren, and also by Messrs John M'Laren, A. M. M'Lean, and Archibald Smith. ...

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Original Correspondence. Nowra Cricket Club Victories. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

dPri^iiial Cw&'vcspoiidciicc Kowra Ci'Svkct CI»!- Victories. Sin,— As a lovor of tho uoblo gamo, I elosiro to ask, what do tho members of tho abovonamod club intend to do in ordor to tako something like a standing among their compoors of the willow in this district r It is truo the ground for pitch ing tho wicket has beon of the worst kind ; but tho purchase of . a mat has obviated this short comine: very much. After all, it is not the ground so much as tbo apathy of mombors. That is byidenced by tho victories scorod against our looal (Nowra) teams by visiting teams. Now,. I mako bold to say that so far as tho committee, officers, otc, may be calculated as part of tbo essentials to lha succors and good managomont of tho affairs of a crickot club, financially or , othor wise, we aro as woll officered as any club can bo. Prior to any practise day. our inde fatigable secretary nover fails to givo us personal written notices of practises, otc. : and at no small troublo does ho, ...

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The New Licensing Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

{The New Vii«tMish»s; BjJiw. Tin: mo'-t impnitrinl it oik of llio Vnilmmontniy Mission -just closed wis pis- ingot tho bill 'to innko licllov pioiisinn in n^iccl to tho licensing and regulation of publicans and public-houses, ' ' ,iind to amend, and embody in ouo statute tho - la*)--s logulnting tho mlo of liquor.' That bill ' . Tocoivcd tho Royal assent at tho hanci6 o£ tho v-1 , , Govornor on Monday, und will como into'foico on tho 1st January noxt. Tho following aro tho ?-!' ?? * anhin provisions of tho Act : — '?;-''' ZSTAIILTSIUIKKT AND CONSTITUTION1' 01' LIOENS , -' IXa DISTllIOTS AXD COURTS. ' V All applications for lieonsos and all othor matters undor this Act shall bo dotorminod by a polico magistrate silting^at tho nearest Court of Potty Sessions ; and such .magistrate, while po . sifting, shall havo all all tho powors and authorities' of a 'licensing couif, ponding tho - ? ^ proclamation of licensing districts. ' ' ' As soon as convoniontly practicable tho Govornbr shall ...

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Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

????.'???'''.''. ' Presbyterian. I' '?- '?-.?????-.:?? The Prosbyterian Church of Broughtorf Creek, the . pastorato of the Rov. J. AV. Dymook, may_ now be_ said to bo in a , prosperous condition, as indicated by increasod member ship _ and largor congregations. It is folt that influoncos aro at work which are gradually and surely modifying old habits for tho better, olovating, refining, and leading to hotter citizen ship and greater usefulness. Tho Biblo class and the praj'or mootings havo had much to do with the change that is going on. Thoso aro held in tho various parts of tho charge every month, and aio a source of thankfulness anil comfort to those especially who cannot attond Sabbath services. Constant houso to bouse visitation also brings tojothor peoplo and min ister in bonds of sympathy and good will, Doubtless much of tho harmony oxisting bo tweon tho ministor and congregation arises from tho committee- being entirely left to itself in tho matter of church finances'. The w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

Odir Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's LocTgo moots at Nowri^ January 5, 1882, sit 7 ]- m. 'Torrara L.O.L. meots^m Friday, [date not supplied by Secretary] aWi.'MI p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

fJWM ' H WPfT' ' * '!f' nmnuwui-n— ? — ----- . - ? i I, W ' ' 'JHsaKBsaSSfc ' I ^^V ' ( Kvorv Monthly, Tuesday, and iH») Rydnoy. j T'Viday mght, nt, H..;. ,? ^ »- 0MAui2jall-i.Nk-uday, (i '?'-? : Tttcftdtiy1, 15, ' ) ftk^mf.iT-1' (''*v~'TJJ.li/ Thursday, 81 a.m. --^P- . Cabins ZWSi JKleittE'' (C»3-i5B),-.,.:?«]i»s; ' i -4 ' — — — ^ r 1 -fo Pif«j or oCicr liiyp fttopk will lio convoyed - \ ? by ? jho rfniunoi leaving for fSydnoy on Tuesday 1 ti tiftonioon. -' - * * I J \, .,?',' 33. MAWNO,' ' n^F ' , - ''Jfnnngor. *9 jlL ? - - , ?\-«.__ ? if ? : ? lj- / iyj'J8ii«(!i tt!- Kf« ffizsttwaa. ..{/ W, ?TONES, Collms-aliopl, 3vinmn, has o 1 roiwiina Vehicle TOKTmtK Tip is prepared- lo ran botwoun 'Wbllongrmg and TJllnmillii. Al°o, t/lint ho is ii ciisli x-hj chaser of Ilides anil rluns in any quantity. Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAM BEE 0 0. * -W ? IT A L 1 ? * General Commission Agent, A.XD W^\^' -' 110, SuflSrX-S'J MTU', ^ * XYDXJ2Y. K.B. — Country Oidfts promptly jiittimdod to'. T' ...

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Weekly Calendar for January. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

Weekly Calendar for January. Phases of the Moox. Full Moon.... 4th, at 0.3 p.m. Last quarter .. 18th, at 1.52 a.m. Now Moon . . !-Oth. at 2. IB a.m. First quni lor 2-3th, at o.-l!) p.m. ? ~ I , ? Sux ? , pHighwator ntShoal ?'?*?? I Rises. Sets. 1 havon Heads. ? ' ii. jr. ir. it. r. jr. a. jr. .'/]'? S 4 58 7 14 8 40 0 5 C 4 58 7 14 0 23 0 10 i ?-??--, -7 4 5!) 7 14 0 57 10 13 . - ', ,8 5 0 7 14 10 2!) 10 45 9 5 1 7 14 11 1 11 17 i - ' 10 5 2 7 13' 11 33 11 51 m 5 3 7 13 ? 12 S

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 January 1882

? Mhonlliuvcn Mlii|»|-i--£ Intelligence. ; ^v EXPORTS. 1 ?; - ''??' rcrlUawniro, Cupljiin.T. Oanlc.on thc-J'.'ncl.])Lwmlirr T' ;. ?:: ?-?' Sv-lucy: 108 baps l»t k-?p- lmltor, IW pip', !SI oases tiw-, S . -? ' : coop* potltlry, 17 i-iilves. 1 1 cIiwmjs 2 Imrs oysters. 2 c.i-n ?f.,-;i Mmcon, 2 ensro tallow, 1.1 luirrx potatoes, 1 biic hides. . ?in ;? : ' Kiaiim : .'B pips, ' '''I.' oyaton.. ?-? rases, 2 purccls. To Wul . ? lahuone: 30 ihirm iniiiKu, a Ikiks hides. -????:' ? I'or nluwnrm, Captuio J. Onnlc, on tlio 2-ilh Dceomber 'In .?'.??? Sydnoy: 1M blips maize, -in Vejw lraltcr, 10 lmjwimtaton. a ':'..?' lililes wool, 1 l-au onions, -I eases -?}tk-S ami mmdries, lo iS^BnioiSI'rsiptnin 7JMinp, on Iho KH- llcpnmbcr. 'lo . . ' Kvdnoy :!!.-« kc!M butter. HI rbeesi's. 2 luuw wool, 15 eases rajs, .1 coups poultry, nnil sundries. To WoUongoug : 1 bag 'per Illnwiimi, Captain .T. Onrde, on Hie 2dt1i Deeembcr To Sydney: 102 keirs lmtler, 02 baps maize, IS lings pnluUici, 27 pl|ff, ?! calves, ...

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al History. [?]OOD'S PETS AND [?]RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

^^?d itrfoni ^^^H^^BlOOD'S PETS AND ^^^^^^^HlAMBLES. ^^^^^HtDonald Cameron. ^^^^^^r youth reared in the country ^^^JKro been brought into close contact ^^^Hattle, and I may safely say I was ^^M among them. I always likod cattle, ^?r had lots of bovine friends, who always ^Pmained true to me so long as I had corn Bobs, pieces of bread, hay, or luscious ?'green crass, out of the garden, to give ^away. Itomulus and KomUB had a foster v ^mother in a Bho-wolf, and tho goat Analthoa, is reputed by those veracious gentleman, the poots, to have euokled Jupiter. I may say that I had a sort of , i second mother in a kind, gentle-eyed cow, | known to all as Kitty. When I was a' L child my great 'treat' was warm bread ? and fresh milk, upon which I throve -well,. ? albeit tho doctors tell us hot bread is an' ? abomination. Whenever a batch was W taken from the oven, mite though I was, I m would insist upon a piece. My aunt often ? mado_ a determined resistance, but, by. ? judiciously digging my...

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THE ENGINEER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

THE ENGINEER'S STORY. Mayhap, stranger, you hov run over the Pennsylvany Central Railroad. Ab .you may say, I was born nnd brought up on that line, first as fireman, then engineer niuh on to twenty years. It's allers exoitin to run a machine, ana won i was a fireman I used to think it was better to be top of one of them splendid engines than to bo President of the United States. The day they first put me on the footboard and I took the lever in iny hand and knew it was my engine, I reokon I was the proudost man between Fittsbarg and Altoona. _ I kinder thought that everybody was goin' to be out, thet day, to seo how the train made her run, ana you kin bet all your specie that she went smack up to the minit, the whole 117 mileB. But thiB kind of spirit wore off, after a while, 'n I settled down into a sober steady goin' man; 'n they did say thas I wor as safo 'n reliable a man as they hed in tho business. I hov to Bay it, stranger, as there's nobody else to do it; elsewise you wouldn...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

: '::' flcMM, BELLA'S HERO; ' '.'?':' ' ? . OB 0 The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY 03? THE 'WELSH MARCHES. ?;' Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Jb. ? '-. CHAPTER VII.— {Qmtimiei.) ,.-.:' TnE old man bobbed his head vigorously and proceeded to light tho small, olear, lantern, which ho was accustomed to use id nocturnal porainbulafcions about the old .'. building.' Ho signified when he was ready, ? by lifting liis koys, nnd turning towards ? ' 'the door. ' The route pursued by tho steward was a ? enrious one. Evidently, the suite ofaport mcntB ho was to find was situato above the floor ifrom ^?iiich he set forth, yot he . descended, not only to tho region of tho cooks, and tho scullfone, but he went even below that— -to tho -vaults themselves. In '. this cryptio region ho found a narrow, . vaulted passage, which he followed until he readied a flight oE narrow stone Btops, ? up which he took hia way, — up — up — up — to another passage, narrowor than the ono ' below, seeming to bo fashioned bet...

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Poetry. A GIRL'S SELF-SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

IB flHrtr A GIKL'S SELP-SAOBIPIOE. Tde Holts ato golden, yot for ovor fiet With fceon if eooret pain ; Not docs tho motal thoy ate fashioned of Mate thorn the less— a chain. Tbia bridal home a splendid prison fleomB ; To ma its loveliness la bat tho bitter sign of sorvitade, And moots my heart's distress. Ay ! Gold is powerful in this world ot oats ; What magio in its gleam 1 'Tin well that thoto ato things it oannoi bay, Else it had xoignod supremo. ' Street Sister mine, yon think I have done well; You lovo this pomp and prido j Alas 1 I find it bnt a poor rewaid Fota^floast asido. » I dais not think of all tho vanished Fast— fkjg Hash I let tho dead lovo test ; 1 Bnt, Sister mino, remember all yont lifo, Romombor, Lope is best. And I am not entirely comfortless ; One joy is mine the while ; My father smileB again, with free glad heatt, And I hfwo bought that smile I —Chamber's Journal,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

' Xo pout up Ulica conti icts 0111 powoi-.' iu.i\ bo liulj said ot 0110 ot tlio most niMiluablo piopiiation of modem I111101, foi its ilo^, 110 not (.onfancd toan% pnihcnlm spheie, but o\ lend o^o1 .ill tho quailoi-5 oi the ^lobo Onlei-.aie being const iiitl^ lLcurtd iioiiiiomoti ?.ection's, i.nd it-, cqioit constitute^ one ot t! l ,1 iplco oE oui h ido Oi]uiluiiindiuiaphlot'-p\pl union ol it-, tuiah^o piupoihij h \ 0 boon ti m-latcd into illliu^uufO'9, i.nd theu ii no puilinu of Uu woi'd uhuoUdolphoWollo' ht.hitdiiin \.io nitic bum ipp-i 11 not kno \ n — Auv Diiw of tub Ata's. — Tho world outside of ]jiuopo lining disunciod that thi1? pilitihlo ionic liQuoi 11 tho iinp.t m\if;o'aut p\t mt, tho donmnd ioL it 111 tho AVo-l T111I10-, South Vuici 10 1 and Australia has literally bocomo enormous It is strange for hundred* of voar.s so wonderful an ippeti'oi and sto'iiachn should hino boon compamln oly unknown bojond the ^wis-. non tiei^, md tlio thank-, of millions aro duo to ilevii-j i...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Crreville's Telegram Company. ) SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 r.ir. In tho International regatta yesterday, all first prizes woro won by the Russians, who boat JEiiRlish and Eronch men of war crows. Tho San Francisco mail stoanior arrived at Auckland, yostordny. Two pnssongorsworo found to bo sufforing from small-pox, which appeared aftor loaving Honolulu. Tho tolognuru linos botwoon Svdnov. Mel bourne, and Adolaido, aro working very badly. Interruptions for hours frequently occuriug during tho last fow days. Mi. Mnybury, C.P.S., of Bathurst, will pro bably receive tni- appointment of Dopnty Sheriff, vacated by Mr. Thurlow accepting tho position of C.P.S. at the Coutral Police Court. Yass olootion : ILiydon, G28 ; Campbell, 568. Another roturn is to come in, but it cunnot altor the result. Proceedings against tho Sydnoy publicans for a breach of tho now Licensing Act, was post poned again for a week. Tho stipendiary magistrates aro not being sworn in. ...

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Shealhaven Mails Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

Shojuluiven SaalBw' Time Table. Id vi VohViiIi 1 W I 1 S fain 11 m AnwoYin 'im do 1I0 ilo ilu ilo ilo ? 1(1 nm OIlKlltTUIl ilo ill. ,1,, (I,, („ ,1,, -,„,„ lwm mi iM) iln ilu dn ilu ilo ilu (1 11 111 Ciiiil-c»iim ilu iln ilu iln ilu iln brniin \umi du do ilii ilo ilo do ll.On.111, IiiL/iKonn do ilo do do do in 11 111 Siimhy, pin Anno lomnoiir dn do dn iln do I ]. 1.1 ,,111) „ Wiinduiiilmil do do (10 do ilu 2 - 111 5 J10 ,, Conjoin do do do do do I p 111 „ (, 10 „ Y.iUcjnHnli dn lo dn do dj nimi „ 7 M „ Mdlnn do do do do do i.piii , 0 „ Ull iflull i ? ilo_ lo do do do 7imi „ 10 „ Iciit. uiliiilullii ? S11 M 1, -\\ T. 1'rl. i.:id 11 in AnncSCillon.... ? ilo do do do do dn 5,!!0 „ Y itlcwilLih do do do do d) d» (,15 „ Unjoin du do do do do du 7 „ ?U uiidiliiill in du do du do do dn 1 1,'. ' Toinci-olif..... ilo do do do do . do 10.15 „ ^^U.Vl.l ? ,IU 1.11 \(M \I1, (IIJ 11U l.iK'[)(lll A T oftvi! Nowrn ?,.,..,,.. do dn do du do do-' 11..10 ,, CmiilMmiiini du i'o On do do do 110 ICiui'io...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

BiOCAIi SaTTJEIiIiI»53iWCJE3. ' Oxly yet 0110 moro of their kindrod yiotorios scored by tbo team of Nowra crickptors on their own ground; ':?'. ? '.-?'.? V ' Many of ourjrpadors will bo gratified to lonrh that Mrs. Grant is recovering from tlio sovero, illnoss which has postratod her for spino weeks in Sydney.; ?;;??':. ;y ?.'..?'..'?-?.? .. ?[?. ' ? '? :?''? ?Tub 'thermometer, yostorday, rogistorod 132 m the sun ; and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. , accord ing to tho provalonco.of an nltornntolj' hot and, cold wind, ranged from 05 to 110 in1 tho shade.; } BitouGHTON Gukuk EAOES.-r-Tho Brpughton Crcok Eaces which havo been advertised in pur columns takes ' placo to-day. Tho ontries, we learn, aro nuinorous, and a .good day's sport may; beoxpocted... ' \ ' .. ?-?'.??,:' ???'?. ..'?'?:?? Mn. B. J. ItobEn.— It will bo observed by. reading liis snlo notieo that Mr. E. VJ. Hinder, of tbo Torrara': Public School, is about to leave tho district. ' At tho time wo'go to press wo are not in possessi...

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How Few are Religious after this Sense! [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

Slow Few ai-c E£»ligioug ni'tcr iliis - Scitsc ! Wn want a loligion that boars not onry on tho ' Sinfulnoss ofv sin,' but on tho rascality of lying and stealing; a religion that banishos small lnoasuros fiom tho stalls, sand for sugarj chicory from coffeo, lard from butter, strychnino from wino, and water from milk-cans. Tho rongion tuat is to. advance uuo worm win not put all tho bisr strawberries nnd poachos at tho top, and tho bad ones at tho bottom. R^ill not offor moro baskets of foioign wino than tho vineyards over pioducod bottlos, and moro bavrols of English flour than all tho -wheat-fields of England grow and allhor mills grind. It will not lot a piece of volvot that jirbfbssos'.tb moasuro twolvo j'aids como to an untimoly ond in tho tonth, nor ull wool' dohiines nnd all linon handkerchiefs bo amalgamated with clandestine cotton, nor coats mado of woollon rags pressed togothor bo sold to the unsuspocting public as broadcloth. It does not put bi'icks only -worth. ' £2 pel th...

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Shoalhaven District Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

Sltoalliitveii IHsirict ffuiT Club Itaces. ladies' purse— 1 milo. st. lbs. Mr. E. do Mebtro's blk h lUblis, 4 yrs . . 8 13 J. Chisholm's b m Empress, 4 yrs 8 10 7). Hyam's b h Kolso, 5 yrs ? 7 G J. Eowan's b h Paul, 3 yrs ? 7 0 D. Anderson's bin Lnssio, 5 yrs. . 7',. '4 D. Hyam's oh g Moonlight, 5 yrs 7 ' 4 ? oh li Ingomar, 4 yrs ? G 4 J. Elliott's b 0 Underhand, 3 yrs 5 13 E. Jumioson's b g Eninbow, agod 5 , 7 P. ,W. Hall's b m Copia, 3 yrs ? ; 5 .7 SHOALIIAVEX DISTUIOT HANDICAP— About 2 . miles. ' ' ? ' . ' l , ' .7 '.' ' ' , st. lbs. Mr. E, do Mostro's blk h Eblis, 4 yrs S 10 J. Chisholm's b'm Empross, 4 yrs 8 S D. nyam's b h Kol»o, 5 yrs ...... .7 4 . . J. Eowan's b liPaul, 3 yrs ? 7 2 , D. Hyam's ch h Ingoraar, 4 yrs. . -5 10 E. Jamiesen's b g Oscar, 3 yrs. .5 10

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Why They go to Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

?Winy '(They so i-- ''Cliurcli. Tin: followiiitfllincs woio written by tho Eov. J. S. Uouchier, M.A., of tho Ctirnarvoh Training Collogo, and gained tho Ton Guinea Pi izo offered by the Chostor Open Diocesan Church Associa tion. - ' homo go to cliurcli ,111st tor a Wall:, Somo to si are, and laugh, and talk; Some go there to incut a fiiond, Womo their idle time to spend ; Somo for goneial obseivation, Some for private .speculation ; Some to sock or find a lover. Some a courtship to discover ; Somo go thoro lo nse their uyoi, And newost jashions criticise ; Somo to show thoiV own sniaifc dtoss, Somo their neighbours' to asi--css ; Somo to scan a robe or bonnet, Somo to piico tho trimming on it ; Sorno to learn tho latest news, That frionds at home thoy may amuso ; Some to gossip false and true, Sufo hid within tho sheltering pow ; Some go thoio to pleaso tho squiro, Some his daughter to admiio ; Somo tho parson go to fawn, Some to loungo, and somo to yawn ; oomo to ciaim tuo p.iris'U...

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