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

T« «9nr Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. TUB ' SHOALHA.YEN TELEGRAPH : Published every ^Thursday Morning THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Modern Courtship. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

I?IT««!ckH'n& £oiirfN)iig». ' And you vonlly lovo mo donrly ?' ho nslcod, as ho coiled, his nrm around hor wusp-liko systoin. ' And you'll nlwnys lovo mo so ?' ' Always i'rodoriclc ; always so.' 'And you plodgo'ino to sow but — ' 'Sir!' 'You lilcdft'o mo to so beautify my lifo Unit it will always bo as happy, as now?' 'With my last bronth, U'Vodorick.' 'And, darling-, you will mond my soc — ' . 'Your what, sir?' 'You will mond my social ways, nnd draw mo upward nnd onward to a bottor existence ?' ' It will bo tho prido of my lovo so to do, Frederick, I will sacrifico all for your com ploto liappinoss.' '1 Icuow tlint, sweotnoss. But supposo that in tho fullness of timo somo accident should happon to — to — say tho trou — ?' 'You forgot yourself, sir. To tho what?' ' To tho trousseaux : would it dofor tho hour which makes you mino ?' 'Novur, Frederick. 1 am j'ours, mind and heart, and naught' can separate us.' ' But what I want to say is, that should my pant — ?' ' Bogono, si...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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TO A GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

TO A GOAT. Thou host a seriouB aspect; but methinks Beneath the surface, Billy, I discern, A thoughtful tendency to play high jinks, A BOlemn, waiting wickedness B'upern. Within the ambar circle of thine eye Thero lurkoth misohiof of .exBuccous kind,— A humour grim, meohanical, and dry ; Evasive, Bubdolous, and undefined. I would I understood thee butter, BilL Beeaceoh thee of ihy courtesy explain: Now, doth the flavour of a poster fill Thy utmost need, ? 0! old hata art thou fain f ' I pr'ythee, goat, vouchsafe some informa tion; ? ? Oh, Bay I oomanowl. Get out I Oh, thun , dornijion! ?

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Special TCelegrapSiie Intelligence. (From Grcville's Telegram Company. J Si'DNEY. Wednesday, 5 i\m.' In tho Legislative Assembly, yestorday, Sir H. Parkos stated that tho Government had not received ono tittle of information relativo to tho Millburn Creek Commission, nor had they tho slightest idoa which way it tended ; aud that tho appointment of a new Minister for Mines had no connection with the supposed result of the Millburn Creek inquiry. The portfolio had , romained vacant for two mouths through tho pressure of other business. Mr. Combos drew attention to. tho roported breaking out of a strange and fatal epidemic at Rvdal, which 'baffled medical skill, asking if the Government had any information concerning it, two or three families boon, attacked, and nearly all died. Sir H. Parkes said no roport had reached the Government ; but iuquirios should bo iniulo into 'the matter. Mr. Forsrer moved a resolution condemning the course taken by tho Government authortiesinvaccinatingfro...

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

RSoct'Danitf SSeinitlcs. Such evon of tho belles, says All Via Year Humid, as havo hud their manners polished and their 'minds enlarged by travel in Natal and n visit to tho ' city ' (nnmoly, Maritsobnrg), seem to fling asido tho embarrassing trappings of civilisation whon thoy return to tho parental roof; Not that I would' bb understood to hint that tho Boer maidens could bo guilty of such impropority in its most literal soiho ; far from it. Beneath tho orango trees and tho blue gums of tho parental residonco tho lovoly ladies con tinue to bloom in nil tho brilliaut'hues of tho most glaring red and yollow,, cotton dresses which Manchester can producer' .i!iyy tho sido of a bovy.of young Booressosf'as'tulip'-bed is dingy indood, and ovon rod aud;'yollow poppies would havo enough to do to holdVthoir own against tho massos of. colour^with which thoso coy flams'ols lovo to docorato thomsolvos. Nono of your neutral tints or paltry touches of colour horo and thoro for your genuino Dutch-...

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Miscellaneous. SUGAR PROM RAGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

lpsalfet«. SUGAR FROM RAGS. Tnr. nowepnpers bavo lately takbn tip the subject of making sugar from rngs, and some ot them aoem to regard it an n now invoutiou. Thia, liowavor, ia by no mcaus tho onso. It uaa boim long known to ohemista that if vogolable fibro, suoh aa that of cotton, flax, otc, bo submitted to tho notion of aulphurio aoid, it is oonvertod into soluble starah or dextrine, and (hie ia readily convertible into augur. Tho ordinary ijrooaaa of malting it simply a aonvoraion of tho staroh of tho barloy into Bugar by tha agenoy of n formont oalleil 'diaBinoo,' whioh is formed ia the barley, and is so oftoo'.ivo that only oao five handrodth part ia sufficient to Bst up tho aotion by whioh tho insolttblo staroh ia oon voriod into dextrine, and thau into sugar. This ooonra when tho grain of barley ia sown in the ground, aud ia the natural operation by whioh tho gorm ia fod : the germ having neither mouth nor stomach, oaunot take solid food like the original starch granalos wh...

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

Wedding Fashions. T icave novor mot, and never expect to moot, says -London Truth, tho woman who can hoar of a wedding quite unmoved. It is a rito that interests tho wholo sox, young and old, pretty and plain, rich and poor, gontlo and simple No matter how many weddings thoy may have soon, they novor tiro oE thorn, butjvilp go to ono after tho othor with unflagging interest and attention, as absorbed 'during tho coromony as though it were nn utter novolty. Tho brido is of courso, tho contro of attraction. Evon thoso who know her quite intimately staro nt her as though thoy had novor soon her boforo, devouring oach tlotnil of hor dross with eager glances. As a rulo tho bi'ido who fools bost looks best. Emotion of tho intonso kind has often a becoming effect, and in this : &so of ' norvos,'1 agitation is apt to produco pallor, a tendency to tears, or an unbecoming flush. Tears soldorii beautify. Poets and painters glorify beauty in tears, hut that is theory. In prnctico, thoir...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Shoiilhaven A. A SB. Association. A meeting of Committee took placo in Mr. M' Arthur's house on Thursday last. Mr. John Monaghan, J.P., vico-president, in tho chair, and twolvo moro mombers o£ committeo were presont. The minutes of previous meeting wore road and confirmed. ? A lottor was read from Mr. W. J Ohatiman. secretary for tho Ulladulla A. & H. Association, stating that the oommitteo had met on the 13th inst., and fixed the dates of thoir show to be~on tho 15th and 16th February. The secretary' stated ho had written to Mr. Chapman pointing out that tho dates chosoniutorfoiod ^vith tho day fixed for tho Shoalhavon show. , ?' ? , ' ,? 1'urthor consideration of prizo list was then resumed : — . . ' - Class 14— Flowers— Tho word ' variety ' substitued for collection ; and ''not less than 6 ' added whore not already inserted.' The class then passed as amended. ' : '?-}::yf'SW[i^¥i-i'A: 'y,'M-h--:: Class 15 —Jams and preserves— passed' as before.1 ? .'????? : '.'.;'?????- '...

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The Alleged Discovery of the Leichhardt Relies. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

'fflic Alleged JBiscovery of the Xiciela Iiurdt Itclics. . Tho Argus publishes an intdiosting statement respecting Skutborpo's alleged discovory of Loichhai'dt's and Classen's rolics. -It is stated that tho Government of Now South Walos nro now willing to pay -'Skuthorpo the £0000 domaudod, conditional oil his affoiding them satisfactory proof that ho possossos the rolics, and will hand them over in a state of good pro sorvation; also, that.Shuthorpo shall accompany any expedition tlio Govornmont may send to rooovor tho rost of Leichhardt's rolics, which aro reported bySkutkorpotobostillrocovornblo, and look for tho papers described by Uuino. It is stated furthor that tho Govoruiuont has boon movod to credit Skuthorpo's alleged ' discovery mainly by Sir Arthjjr Palmor, Colonial Socrti tary of Queensland, who at fiist decliuod to | boliovo thoir tni th. A dotniled account of tho contents of Loichhardt's and Classon's journals lias boon giyon to Mr. Kirko, a gantloinun of liiglr imput...

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Nowra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Nowra Municipal Council. TrtE usual fortnightly mooting of this Council was hold on Tuesday last, at 7 p.m. , when there woro prosont : Tho Mayor (Mr. J. Greon), and Aldormon Moss, Watson, and Elyard. FINANCE. ' . ; Tlio Council wont into ooinmiltoo of financo, and on resuming, tho following items, woro ordorod to bo 'paid : — F. Sidnoy, £4 4s ; T. Barrett, £3 ; B-. W: Chidloy, £2 10s ; J. Green (exponsoa as a deputation to Sydnoy), £3' 3s ; J. M' Arthur, and Co., 4s 3d ; J. Armstrong, 7s Gd ; Bourno, and Co., £l 5s: W. Spain, Is; M. Rohardt, £3 10s 7d ; G. Davis, £5. SIIN'UTES. Minutes of last mooting wero road and con firmed. ? ' PETITIONS. Tlio potition of W. Myers for a refund of tho fino for allowing a horso to stray on tho road, and which had boon postponed from a formor sitting for further information, was considered. A lettor was road from tho Superintendent oE Byo-kws, stating that, tho oxcuso of Myors was not of a satisfactory nature, and also that it was the habit of cert...

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St. Mary's Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

St. saury's Cathedral. In ISio St. Mary's Cathedral was destroyed by fire; and throo years Inter tho foundation-stono of tho now struoturn was laid by tho Into Arch bishop Poldiiig. At first tho work in connection with the now cathoilral, on tho oroction of which something approaching £'00,000 was carriod on pretty briskly, but the progross'mado after tho foundations woro finished mis not by any moam calculated to inspiio with hope those who woio anxious to witness tho completion of tho building and il was not until within tho p.ist twolvo monts that anything was definitely known as to the actual date of tho oponing of the cathodial, nor woro any practical measures tiikon to bring about that result. Archbishop Vaujrhan and tho treasurers of tho .building Ifiind, on October 2, 1877, signed a contract with Mr. John Young binding him to rniso tho walls 11 foot above clerestory arches4, tho work to bo com pleted bj- February, 1SS2. Tho contractor, howover, pushed on tho works rapidly, a...

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

03* Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra, October 27. 1881, at 7 p m.-. Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Temperance, meets at tlio School of Arts, Nowra, on Tuosday, Novombor 1. Torrara L.O.L. moots on Friday, Novombor 11, at 7.30 p.m. ?

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

Illawnrra stcnm IVsvviKutiiKi Company. /^lOMAffiNCING on MONDAY, 3rd Oolobnr, \J tho following will bn tbu Trips by tlio Steamors botwcon Sydnoy mid Slioiillmvon : — From Sydney. ( ''^n^ffi' '*' 3?rom Grconwoll pMonday, 0 a.m. ; Tuesday, 3 . Point. ( p.m. ; Thursday, 8 a.m. FABES : Cabin, 2On; Return (Citbiai), SON? Stccrngc, 12h till. Tlio extra eloamor oii tbo afternoon of TUES DAY from Shoalhavon, will bo continued during tbo sunnnov months for tbo purposo, .mainly, of Rivmjj.cool transit to Butlor and Porishnblo Produce. ' ,. No Pigs or any Livo Stock will bo conveyed by this steamer. E. MANNING, . Manager. ' Sydnoj', 20th Soptembsr, 1S81. Wanted to be Known. W JONES, Collins-street, Kimnn, has . Horses and Vehicles TO11 '1 11 RE. ? Ho is propured to run between Wollongong and Ulladyillii. Also, tbiit ho is a cash purchasor of Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LEOSAY BYMO0K, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMB Ell 0 0. W. -HALL, General Commission Agent, AN]) 110, SlJSSEX-ST...

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Weekly Calendar for Oct.—Nov. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

Weekly Calendar for «Bet.— IVov. Phases op the Moon. Full Moon ? 6th, at 1 2.8 a.m. Last quarter . . 14th, at 9.6 a.m. New Moon .. 22nd. at2.2Gu.m. First quarter. . 28th, at 10.6 p.m. ? ._. I , ? Sun ? , I High water atShoal ;- ?UATE- I Risos. Sets, j haven Heads. -' ' . n. St. H. M. A. M. P. It. ? - 27 5 7 6 22 10 38 10 55 28 5 5 0 23 11 IS 11 42 29 5 4 6 24 ? 12 7 30 5 3 6 25 12 35 18. -31 5 2 C 26 1 45 2 27 1 5 1 6 20 3 11 -3 55 2 5 0 6 27 4 37 5 13

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

??_ fchonlluive.il Shi|»l»iiiK UnteHiscntc. EXPORTS. ? Por Hlawarra, CnpV-JJZTJSnlo, oiutho 13th.,. to Sydnoy : 96 kogs biVtterpMS bags maizo, G2 pigs, 0 calvos, 2200 foot 'cedar, -10 cases oggs, 11 coops poultry, 3 bags bacon, 1 coop pigs, 6 packages leathor, '1 raises sundries, 3 packages hidos, 1 bag oysters, 2 cases fruit, and suudrios. To Kiama : 93 pigs, 20 bans niaizo, 2 oases. 'To Wolloncoucr : 3G basis maize, 1 bus bacon. Por Illawavra, . Capt. J. Gardo, on tlio 17tb /Oetobor, to Sydnoy : 182 lings maizo, 52 kogs buttor, 7 pigs, M easos eggs, a cases bacon, 2 . coops poultry, 2 bags oysters, (i baskets lish, 3 cases sundries, 3 casks tallow, 5H pieces cedar, 2 bags gluo, 7 packages leather, 3 packages^ hides, and sundries. To Kiama : 54 bagd maizo, 19 pigs, 2 casos fruit, 1 roll loathcr. Por Hunter, Capt. J. IP Arthur, on tho 21st Oct, to Sydney : 27 hogs buttor, 15 baskets fish, 12 cases eggs, 1 box plants, 4 bags oysters, aud sundries. To Kiama : 7 pigs. Por Illawarra, Ca...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARMLAND GARDEN. VALUE OF EARLY EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

$QxlmlktL STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. By Jumbuotoo. VALUE OP EARLY EXPERIENCE. It is amongst tho serious mistakes modo in dealing with col mial farming, to suppose that onrly tiaininc in farm life in the old worW ia of Uttlo, if any, valuo here. Tho writer can raineinber heaving a oolonial emigration lecturer in I ho old Jaud holding forth in a c- rt .in small b irdor town, and huststBd distinctly, a'd repeatmt the sfcvtnment, that a hundy mechanic or Bhopinan was ir.oro likoly to succoed in fanning in tho colonies, than inon who had boon born, bred, and were usod to farm lifo in tho old oountry. And, ho added, tho latter, when he got to th» colonies, had to unlearn, all ho had known, and ndopt an entirely now style of practice. Whilo the citizon or ehopmau, who took to farmiug in tho colonies unfettered, or as the torui goes, ' unprejudiood' by old country notions, waB tho more likoly to sucoood here. I thought it a strange doctrine at tho time, but boing on the way to the colonies,...

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Church of England Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

, Cliurclt of Eaiftiaml Synod. A'i' last Friday's meeting of tho Church of Eng ? land Gonoral Synod, which is session in Sydnoy -at present, tho subject of'tho Isolation of tho ? Church to othor Churches was discussed, as ' montioned below. Roadors will probably, with out further commont, porcoivo by this that tho ! spirit of Mr. Claredon Stewart and his little band — that of being churchinon first and Chris tians afterwards— happily moots with little sym pathy in tho church as represented by tho most , 'cultured and pious of-its clorgy. -' RELATIONS OF THE OHUBCII TO OTHER' ciiunoiiES. Archdeacon Holes' inovod, — ' That tho llight Rovoronds the Bishops of tho Dioceses in Aus 1 tralia and Tasmania', if they so approve nnd dotermino, bo requested to draw up such rulos as in thoir wisdom, guided by tho Spirit of God, thoy may doom suitablo ' for tho^iegulations of tho rotations of tho church to othbr branches. of' -tho Chinch of Christ.'' Ho said ho could multipy instances in which me...

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Household. DOMESTIC COOKERY. STEWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

§0Hgrfj0lh DOMESTIC COOKERY. By Maey Hoopee. BIEWINO. ' Stewino is one of the beBt and most whole nonio fotniB of oookery, but ia not ia unoli , general use or so popular as it should be, beoauBo people do not take the neoeseary lime and tronble for it. It should always bo remembered that a grouBy Btew ie not only a most indigestible hat a most unnleaennt dish, and that tber« foro the greatest oaro must be taken to fiee the gravy from fat. A perfeotly oleun stowpan, with a lid fitting well, ia indispensable for stews of every kind, and the two general rules, always to bo observed, are thoso of long andjgvery Blow oooking, and the careful removal of floating greaBo. Eaoh kind of stew requireB some additional instructions, which will bo given under tho several headings. FBY1NO, There are two kinds of frying. The one is cooking things in a pan with a small quantity of fat, and this is more properly described by tho Frenoh word san^, whioh means to toss things in fat. Frying, proper, is...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Glimpse of the Synod. A bridged from the Echo. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

]rais©Efljni-&j&TiEO&JS. A Glimpse ofttlte Synod. Abridged frm\ the Echo. It is tho afternoon sitting) nnd tho day without is thunderous nnd gloomy. A very f nint light percolates through tho liigh, dim windows, making nil things faintly visiblo within tho Church Society's Hull, which is soon nt its bost in such a light ; tho roughjbrick walls aro tonod down to a softer huo, and tho mnny-folio'd shelvos loom grander and moro mysto'rious than in tho too gnrish light of day, and noblo heads aro brightened, and austoio brows aro softoned, and woathor-bonton fncos assume' ii calmor look whilo lips wioathed in unploasant cynicism aro decently veiled. In personnel tho synod com pares vory favourably witli any, ropresontativo body of Australia. Thoio is ovidonco of culturo and intolloct which is: not found in our Parliaments, and\ a : higher dogreo of ro-, finomont than would j bo'- found in , tho assomblago of tho ([lignitarios of any other Australian chinch. Tho b...

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SONG OF THE REAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 October 1881

SONG OF THE REAPER. Mx grandfather was right little and oid, And crooked and worn was he ; But his teeth were good and hia heart was bold, And he swam the waves of a sea of gold, But he couldn't keep up with me—»me — me — Couldn't keep up with me. Then hio ! away to the golden plain t We will crash and dash through glistening grain, And gather the wealth of earth and sun, And the world will eat when our work is done! My father he was bent and loan, ? Bu6 a wide-spread hand had he ; And his fingers they wore long andoloan, And he swung his broadsword bright and keen, But ho never could fight with me — me — me — , Never could right with me. Then hie ! away where the sunlight'sleeps, And the wide-floored oarth a granary keeps ; We will capture its buehela one by one, And the world will eat when our work is donel The grain stalk bows.his bristling head - Aa I clatter and clash, along The stubble it benda beneath my tread, The Btuokera' yellow tent is spread, And tho hills throw back uiy...

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