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TRUTH'S SPEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

TRUTH'S SPEAR. By Haiue Le Bahon. Trudging along on the roadside green A boy with a sunburnt face was seen Over his bond shone tbe summer skies, Over his head flew the butterflies ; Olose to bis feet grew the daisies fair, And soft winds played in his tangled hair ; And he whistled, and laughed, and sang a Till the birds hopped down from the boughs to see. Along the lane, through the yellow dast — His bare, brown feet in ita warmth ho thrust Over the bars, and into the gray Of the shadowy wood be went bis way ; The squirrel peeped from hia hidden haunt, To see what the wandering boy might want, And the branches oaught him in close em brace, Drifting their IeaHeta over his faoe. On, on he went till the path was lost In a web of wood thnt, tangling, crossed; And on he went till his weary feet Stpod still in the heart of the forest deep. High o'erhead towered the giant trees, Ferns pressed dose to his boyish knees ; And a trickling stream, like a sigh, ran through The moBses that over ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

DISTRICT %JEWS. Limost our conuEaronuENT.'] ! ^H Ui-oughtoii Creek. V On Monday, tho 2nd instant, tho annual cele bration in connection with tho Sabbath school, under tho auspices of tho Presbyterian Church, took placo at Broughton Creek ' on tho ground usually appropriated to public festivities. Tho peoplo began to assomblo at an oarly hour from all parts of tho surrounding district, and somo oven lroin Jamhoroo, worrmgong, Kangaroo Valloy, Kiama, Brogor's Crock, and Broughton Village. A long tout covored with canvas was woll fillod threo times with tho vimtors, who partook of refreshments vory plentifully pro vided. Tho long tables wero woll supplied with all tho dolicacios \isual ou mich occasions, and tea of tho host quality and flavour. Tho ladios of tho church choorfully contributed thoir shnro to render tho whole a success, tho festivity boing woll sustained by the assiduity of Mrs. Dyn^ick, who spared no exortion to promote tho comfort and pleasure of tho largo assembly, est...

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KENTUCKY'S BIGGEST TREE FELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

KENTUCKY'S BTGGEST TEEE FELLED. The Louisville Commercial reports tho felling of Kentuoky's largest tree near Carr's. The tree measured eighteen feet in diameter at the base. The out was made six feet above the ground, where the tree was twelve foot through. The Commercial adds :— ' From tho out to the firdt limb oan be msde eight good length mil-cuts, eaoh toil feet long, whioh would split enough rails to fonno a small furin. The first limb wan nearly a half dozen feet in diameter, and it would have, by itself, made a very large saw log. Nearly all the Bmall limbs had' fallen and decayed away. Its plank measurement is computed ai nearly 50,000 feet, bOBidcs several limbs that wonld make, altogether, twenty-five cords of wood. On the day of .mo ieuing a large concourse of people marohed from Yanoeburg to the place. Colonel W. 8. Band, an able speaker, was the orator of the day. Ho and others quali fied to be good jodgflB of suoh things, sup posed that this migbty forester was fonr o...

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Science. INHERITANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

%amt. INHERITANCE. The tendenoy In any new character or modification to reappear in the offspring at the same ago at which it first appeared In the parents or in one of the porontB, is of so muoh importance in reference to tho diversi fied characters proper to tho lnrvra of mnny animals at successive ngoa, that almost anv fmah instance is worth putting on record. I have given many such inntances under tho term of 'inheritance at corresponding ugno. No doubt tho fact of variations being Bome tr.mes inherited ut an entlier age than that at which thoy Erst appeared— a form of Inheritance which ban boon cr.llcd by some naturalists ' accelerated inheritance' — la almost equally Important, for, an wan shown in the firat odltlou of the ' Origin of Species,' all tho leading facta of embryology can be explained by these two forms of inheritance, combined with the fnoS of mmy variations arising nt r, somowhnt late stage of life. A good instanco of Inheritance at a corresponding nge has lataly...

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

o ? KOUMISS. Koumiss.— Tho Tartars and eomo other equestrian tribes, from tiino immemorial itis said, havo praotioed tho art of browing a sort of boor from maro'smilk; and in latter timoB they have . learned how to distil thiB boor and procure from it a very potent brandy. Koumiss is tho nativo name of the mare's milk beer, and raok or raoky of tho koumiSB branay. this Koumiss has at timos become celebrated among on lightencd people as a health reviver — a faot, by tho way, not at all extraordinary, and not noceeaarily dopendent upon any good quality of tho koumiss. Tho rofrular doctors and tho standard modicinos fail ub bo ofton that wo must not bo too sovero on tho aftliotod, who, in their despair, resort to quacks and tho outlandish dovices of tho barbarians. The following acoount of the preparation of koumisB by tho Tartars ie on tho authority of a momoir by Dr. Griovo, in 17S8, to tho Royal Socioty of Edinburgh. Take any quantity of mare's milk, dilute it with a sixth of water,...

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Miscellaneous. GREAT FIND OF EGYPTIAN RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 January 1882

ipwitarib.. GREAT FIND OF EGYPTIAN KELICS. A disooveky of great imporianoe to Egyptologists, and of 110 Httlo popular interest, is reported by a Ofiiro oorreDpondont of tho London Titim. The finds inolnde not only tho lurgoBt and raosi boantifu.1 papyri yot discovered, bnt also tho mnmmieu of no lonii than thirty royal peruouaRes, among thom Kings Thothmos III. anil Rninaea II. Theso inoDarohs havo boon removed to tho Bonlak Muoeum, whoro llioy lie Bide by aide, and even tho flowers nnd garlandB whioh woro placed in tuoir ooflins may to-day bo soon onoiroling Jbo masks whioh oovor the faooB of tho ileooaBOd just as thoy woro loft by tho mournorB ovor throe thousand yeara ago. The Btory of tho discovery rnna aa follows : Daoud Paahft, Govomot ot the Province of Keneh, whioh inoludea tho ancient Tuoban diBtriot, notiood that the Bodaweon offerod for sale an nmuual quantity of anttqnltioB at absurdly low prices. The Pasha Boon discovered that tho uonroo of their hidden treasure waB ait...

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HANK SMITH'S OLD DAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

HANK SMITH'S OLD DAD. rUTonu works in her own curious ways. Wo find rosus in tho shadow of pset-honuco, and wo find a anddon streak of goodness - hidileu way down iu tho heart of a thorough villain. Big Hmk Smith, of Dovil's Elbow, was a hardened raaoal. Nature buil; him - for a villain. She gavo him a leering, hang dog look. She gave him tho oyes oi a tiger. She gave him 1 month whioh a woli would havo enviod. Yoa know Hank for a villain at the first glance and ho always seemed A3 II he knew yon knew it. . It took a good doal to wake ap oar oamp. Thoro were farmers from Ohio, broken-down tradesmen from Indiana, meohanioa from Il linois, and two or throe ? ox-preaohera and schoolmasters irom New England, and we didn't ' musolo op ' and slam-bang men into eternity as they did np tho Galoh and down on the Fiats, That's the reason why Big Hank Smith made oar camp his headquarters. His profession wag that oi a gambler, bat it was strongly saspeoted that he was a thief and robbor and som...

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GERALD'S FOUR-LEAVED SHAMROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

GERALD'S FOtfiR-LBAVED . SHAMROCK.' 'I'll seek tho four-leaved shamrock Through ull tho fairy dells, ' And if I Dud tho oharmed leaves Oh, how I'll weavo ray spells I' 'If I could but find one!' said Grace, pausing suddenly in the midst of her song, and letting her hands fall from the keys of the piano into her lap. ' What is the special virtue supposed to reside in the fourth leaflet of a shamrock p' ?? Do you not know that s. four-leaved shamrock iB a supposed fairy talisman, giving its possessor an influence for good over all with whom he comes in contact ? He can heal feuds, re-unite parted friends — in fact, be everyone's good genius. I think I shall look for one, Laurence.' ''To what use would you apply your magio powers 1' 'I would make your unole relent, of course.' ' I am afraid that nothing short of a fairy spell will aooomplieu that, Grace; reason has no effeot whatsoever npon him.' 'Have you been administering mnoh of that artiole lately?' 11 1 spent more than an hour th...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

[?] BELLA'S HERO; ' : OB ? The Marquis and the Freebooter. ' A STORY OP THE WELSH MAEOHES. r: Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Jtjn. V ? ? * ? CHAPTER VI.— {Continued.; The] weak voice had sunk very low nt this point — almost tu & wbiapsr — null the words came for lla with n visible effort, as though he dreaded iho conclusion to whioh they might load. And the young man waa Blraugaly affected. ' As tho marquis L'onoludQd, i- hiai been upon ? his loDgne to eposli, nnd Uio woru'a hitd oorno very near to uiUtsuoo ; but Iio withheld them, and waited. The tubjooi waa not new to him. Had Iho o!d men's eyoe been keon, and bia power of peneira tion aotive, ho would haves discovered that his listener know move than hua jot appoarod. Ho wuuid have lioiooltid that Conwuy wob far from ignorant 0/ tho oflioor — Fitz EuBtRoe— d whom bo had boon * speaking. But ho did not. eeo — ho hail no suspicion. ' George waited a conciderablo iimo, ami, as the marquis did cut renew the subject, bat remainea with hiB ...

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Poetry. WITH THE DEAD LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

- ? ty*titt&. I ' WITH THE DEAD LEAVES. I' » - - Watciiinir (ho ilend leaves drift uloiiK ' S Urged by tho kcun wind's rcatleaa feet, ?P Toasod lioro mid thoro in a uhuddcriui,' tliroDff S Tliruiiffli tlm alleya imd luuua ot the mia-awopt I *.-'? - Hti-eot. ?Wiindcm my niem'ry buck to the time When I wooed my lovo with nigh iind rhymo. . Xlicn it was BpritiB, nral the min-rnya ahono On fresh young tint! from a cluuUlesssky ; And I with my aweetlionit alralleil nlone To toll her my mill's deep ccslimy. I kissed her BinilcM, mid my thoughts, love-mild No'or dreamt tho future could be and. '. But winter camo and tho croon loaves fell, My love'o soul went to tho ilremnhmd shore ; And tho wind with tho dead leaves sanir tho knoll Or tho good true heart I should woo no more : So when I hear Ilia lcuvoa and tho rain I think of my love, and live iiwain. — Front, tha Jo)ian«, in. ' All tic Year 7/outid,'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

The lit n who Vonds oi Irnpoi Is — As manj do, in nintition oi countoifoit ot a populai medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho \onds oi mipoits to bo a pollution' aiticlo, dcjoivobsummuv pmnshmont Dowarc of so-callod tonics and diuretics recommended as lnttci than oi tho «imo as Udolpho Wolfo'b Schiedam Aiomalic Schnappi, and purchases none but tho gomuno piopnrition — Adv Dix oi mi- Alps — Tho tonitnndvitiib/inn piopoitios ot tLiis agieoThlo \ogct.iMo Bpocino lnvcb( on fully tested m ill tho vanous climates of Austi.ilnsia, and (ho nimoisil opinion of out people stems to bo that it is. the finest tome, tho most lolmbleicstoiativo, and tho uie-jtpiovontivo of all opidonnc and endemic disonsostliuthns ovoi loicheilus To AIo^sii M Moss and Co wo aio mdobtod foi oui uistacqu mil intowiththisappo ti/ingcoidnil, with which thoy ai o now supplying theniaikotiogul ulv, though ?'oucolv mbuliiuout auantitios to meet tho uifiont anil um-,tantly incioisiu^ doimnd Tho ' ]1pw ot t...

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DIDN'T WIN THE BET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

DIDN'T WIN THE BET. The following Btory was toid by GaB Williams, tho well-known German col o» dian, during Ub recoi.t visit here. TVj friends wore diteuosing tbo rneiita of TOoir ncr[U iiutiiacou. Said one of tho goatlc mua: ' Talk about mean mun; nowihero's old Strassburgor. He'a the hiudoat, driest. meanest oia onylock that ever lived. That man ! why I' And thero ho stopped, as if words ouuldn't do j ubUco to tho subject. ' You're iniotakon,' said his friend. 'Ho'h not so bad ; ovon the devil isn't bo black as he is painted. Now I'll bet you lOdols. I can borrow OOdols. off him beforo uight.' ' Done 1' and tho nionoy was put up. On posted tho Btiuguino bookmaker to hia. intended victim, 'Sciaasbergor, my boy, how aro you?' and ho slappod him on tho back of a faded ready-made coat with a capital ueuuuiption. of good fellowship. ' Veil, I vas all r-i-g-h-t. Vob's d« matter mit you ?' ' Look here, old fellow, I mado a littlo bet about you just now. Ha! ha! It's a capital joke.' ?? u...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Special Telcj;rayhic Intelligence. ? - i: if From Orevillc's Telegram Company. J ** ??'?' '??-?;??.?. ?:????:????? '?'? Wednesday, 4 p.m. i The question as to whether liconsos issued under tho old Act onabled publicans to keep L- : open after 11 o'clock at night, was decided in P tho negative at tho Police Court, to-day. *? Several cases camo before tho Licensing Bench to-day, and tho publicans wore each fined fivo shillings 'svith costs, or ono month's imprison ment. The cases, howovor, will be brought before the Supremo Court, and on tnis account a krgo number of similar cases were posponed . for a month. Tho Bench stated that any cases brought before them prior to tho decision of the Supreme Court ?would bo punished with unmi tigated severity. . There are three fresh cases of small-pox, two of the patients being children named Thill, j~ --'i'OEiuing with thoir parents at Waterloo, and the other a married man named Colo, a passenger in qnarantine from tho steamer Garonne. Alarge s...

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Shoalhaven Mails Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

SliouIIiuvcn RBuHh' Time Table. irncMnnVuio 1 W 111 's Siin' n in Am\o Yiminih-u do ilo do do il i itu JWmn ItcnToniriiiTy ? do Ho rlo do do ilo tin m KmirminVlj (In ilo do do du do Ham Cnuibowiimi do ilo do do (In do HAnm N.nna do do di do dn do II n n m TicavoNnvrn ;..'.'. ? do do do do do 10a.m. Smidny/ p'.m Alrivol'onioronir do do do ill do Hun „ 4 10 „ Wiindnudiim do do do do do ipni ,, fi 10 ',, Conjoin. ? do do do do do lii.ln, „ 0.110 ,, .Yutl-iynttnh.. do do do do do up.m. „ 7.110 „ Milton ? do do do do do (linn ,,0 „ TJllmlnll.i ? do do do do do 7 p.m. . „ 10 „ Lcno Ullndidlii Sn M I W 1 Tri T'oTiii Avrivo Milton ? do do do do do do fi.HD „ Yullciiitluli do do do do do do flu „ Conioln do do do do do do 7 , V\ mull mlliui do do do do do do '1 15 ,, TomolonB..;.. do do do do do do lO.ltf „ Nonm do do do do do do 1 10 pin Lcn\cXouin do do do do do do SJU „ Cninliowanu. do do do do do do -I..TO „ Jfnn'rooVlly, do do do do do do. 7 „ llarrongnnj'.. do do do do do do 7.4B. „ \n...

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Humour. THE MAN WITH THE UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Swmam. THE MAN WITH THE UMBRELLA. why ic is tnat tno ptiDiio ao not loolc kindly upon a man carrying an uni'nrclU on iv hot day is a myBtory yot to bo colvoil ; but tho f net i'b Umy do not, and that not ono man iu a hundred litia Iho moral courage to, carry ono. YoBtoniay whon an omineift and dignified oitizon, ooming b,\ok from hia . dinuer^ turned iuto Grisivold-Htrcofc with au umbrella ovor hia head ho wns aooostod with : ' Boen raining down your way ? . .' ? ' No, air I'1 ? 'rtoinpr toP' 'No, sirl' 'Thon you carry tho umbcnlla to ko'op ' tho iliea off t' ' . '.' Yoa, sir.' ?'.'??'? 'Well, that's n, gooil plan, nnd all soft mon ought to practice it.' ? ; Tho next aiuu had a grin on his faco as ho called out : ' What's that for f' 'To keep tho sun oil.' ' What do you wantto lcoop tho sun off ?'? forP' . ' Might got eunBtruck ?' ' bupposo you- did ?' ' Suppose you mind your business, sir?' Tbe next ono proBumod upon his long friendship to halt tho man with tho uni brolla and whiep...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

^EiOCAli ?USTTJEEililGVEarCB. The attention of members of the Nowra Crioket Club is requested to an advertisement in the present issue. We ', understand that when the chairman of the Bonoh delivered tho decision in tho case 'Jtyan'./JMirsiM Brettel and vice versa, heard at Nbwra, last Tuesday week, he intimated that th'e verdict was by majority, ho, Mr. Bico, being y tho dissenting magistrate '?-. ..:'\rMii.,'Z,' .G. Bice's, J.P., name was inad vortently omitted from the list of namos of gon ? ' .tlpraon '.at Mr.' Williamson's banquet, and wo Joinitted to say that Mr.-Platt, Dr. Breroton, and Mrl'A. de Mestro, J.P., and other gentlemen .iyorb '.unavoidably absont. iii-jiW-E have to acknowledge tho receipt of a 'number of almanacs, illustrated and plain, from .':vari6iis'b'usiness firms, one of tho best local lithos :-Vbe.ing; that from Mr. J. Green's establishment, ;Nowraj-v Tho Australian Widows' Pund Life ? ''Aissurance Society has also issued a concise and .?'???? ?{.?jiijful-jil...

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The Duke of Manchester. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

fPIif- IBuliC of jfSaiivhc--tcr. Tirn general summit y by tho English mail via Sue?, I' published m the daily papors Tho following appeals logaiding tho Duko Of Manchestoi, who was rocontly on a visit to those colonies — London, ~Sov 26 A meeting of tho Royal Colonial Institute was hold on tho 22nd instant, tho Duke of Mfinchestoi Ijping tlio chin man Theio was n laige attondanco The Duko apologibod^or not boing able to make anv repoi t of his visit to Austiaha Tho position of tho English landloids had by no means unmoved sinco ho loft homo , on tho contiary it was lathoi woise TUo amount of business which the duko had person ally to attend to pi ocluded all hopo of attempting to do jnstico ^oi bally to the gioat countiv ho had visited lie would not, howovoi, lot tho oppoifaiuity pass without e\piessing his deep sense of gratitudo to all peisons whom ho had mot, and to whom ho had met, and to all classes m Austialta foi tlio voiy groat kindness and hosptality of then lecoption He le...

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A FLOWER TEXT. MARGARET EYTINGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

A FLOWER TEXT. Maikjabet 'Bxiinob. 'Common !' you o»U thoso flowers, my liftlo inuid, Bequeathed to Summer by departing Spring, Which, asking in return no.oare of ours, Thoir lovely gold and silver treasures bring, And at our feet with royal bounty fling, '? Common t' theee daisies with thoir woe white bads, Thess dandelions shining litio (he Bun 1 Why, we oould better BpuTO fauoh rarer blooms ; For of all flowers, believe me, there are none That mich zo'nd pralio Irom youthful hearts have won. CountlasB the babes that playing on tho gra^n, ' , In happy, Bunny days, have laughed to see. The bright-faced bjkuiotns hairing to the breeze, Or bending with the weight of honey-bee, And oooed and prattled to them lovingly. oautlosj tha miidsar wio with ouaalag skill. ? Have woven dandelion wreaths and chalnn And plucked the daisy-leaves to learn if ' ha Loved or loved not,' ai through the country lanes, They wandered, mimicking tho birds' sweet ttrainB. ' Common 1' they may be : but so Is ...

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Bush Missionary Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

Rush Missionary Society. A meeting in connection with tho Bush Mis sionary Society of New South Wales, was hold at tho Presbyterian Church, Nowra, on Monday night last. Tho night was very dark, and a light rain was falling at tho hour of meeting, 7.30, consequently those prosont did not number more than fifty, though ono of tho missionaries observed that the attendance was larger thau that at last year's mooting, when the weather was fine. Mr. John M'Arthur, J.P., of Green hills, occupied the chair ; and the Rev. Frank Elder, Mr. Arthur Hunt, Treasurer of tho Bush Mission, and Messrs. Scarfe and Williams, Missionaries, occupied soats on the rostrum. After praise, and prayer by the Rev. F; Eldor, tho chairman in a few appropriate remarks in troduced tho proceedings of tho ovoning, aud entreated those present to assist tho cause of the Bush Mission Society with their prayers, and liberal pecuniary assistance. Mr. Arthur Hunt, of Sydney, who pleaded to bo excused for the brevity of- hi...

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St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 January 1882

St. Mary's-. Cnt!ie-lr«l, Sydney. O-' Sunday tho Istinittmt tho quai torlj mooting in aid of tho building fund was hold in the Cathedial when theie was a laigo attondanco As reported mtho Fi canon's Journal, speaking o£ his locont \isit to the Coast Districts Ins Graco sud — . . 'Fnends all down tho coast showed intoiest m our woik not only by kind woids and speeches, but by kind deeds (Ohoors ) I do not lomoinboi inv placo I visited whero tho pooplo did not mamfnst ii leal kind -md afiectionato intoiest in St Atirj'si (Onoeis ) St Maiy's sooms to ha\o a hold of some k.ml on all Catholic Aushalun limits and that jioisonal lo^o for tho grcit IIouso of om ^Taster m this beautiful city to mo is quite a touching testimony to tho lovo and faith and, I may arid chanty of tho Cnthohc heaits of om Catholic follow-colom«ts from one ond of tho countrj, to the othoi ' (Cheers) Mi Eve's roportisas follows — 'InsidooJthoCathodial Ihoonh woik remaining to bo dono (as ftu as Jfi Young's contiact i...

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