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POETRY. The Angel's Wing. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

/,?''' :PO53TRY. . . -. . The .UiiRel's Wing. ?i ' 'i AViii,\ b\ tho u\cnuifrN qinct light 1 ?' Tlicyw-,n?ule in Midi (raii((iiil|-Hff)-t. An uuirpl round them ho^?-tN Anil fuiilKi klill. 'Ill I((p-iul4 (.11,— 'flu' lli-.t wlio Irn lU -lic sili nt spell, 1 ' To s:iy u soft niiil plnifiiii; tlmiif - .? ^ t ? 1-fnlli \'i-\t tlui iini'i'l'j tiiv«iiinr \viti*» , ,. . Tlnu u linking milHtjd slni-wl, ? ' ' ' llvthe-niiiinUTMFiii, - -' !?'' G.i»Wniiiilm(.l-iiiiMl, (,l! . . WilluilMnVmlMofOM. Yotlii-l(ni!hoiu'\oiBpnU-. I Till now tho Mlc lit -poll ho broltn, ? -Tim hidden llio toil line Aid tpnnp, \ ?? I linvc lfivcd Lhci! will iii'ul loiifc-, With \o\cut .Honvcn'.H o\ni inulnii|{ ! This 1h not n pout's Mm?, ijjwf . lJut a ti in1 hwn't'H Hpculrin? ; , V 3 T.E 1-« iIl'Wvo Ihcp.^till unlinAl' ? ' i TlofoH.'hc^cKo, ni oiip wqurali The word1* did from Tnith'f fountain spniif, Vii«.i1-iii«IbyUieiiii|icl's wnig! ry,v.i - ., - ?- ' l ' SilPiicc o'or thn in.itdi.ii Ml. ., -, - * iror licauly iovllc...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUILDING AND BEING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

BUILDING AND BEING. This king would build, eo a legend says, Tiie finest of all fine palaces. ? He sent for St. Thomas, a builder rare, And bade him to rear them a wonder fair. The king's great treasure was placed at hand, And with it the sovereign's one command. ' Build wall, oh bnilder, so good and great 1 And add to the glory of my estate. ' Bnild well, nor spate of my. wealth to show . A prouder paiaoo than mortals know.' The king took leave of his kingdom then, Aud wandered away from the haunts of men, St. Thomas the king's great treasure spent In worthier way than his master meant. He clad the nakod,- the hungry fod, The oil of gladness around him shed. He blessed them all with the ample store, As never a king's wealth blessed before. The king came baok from' his journey long. But fonnd no graoo in tho happy tbrong That greeted him now on his slow rotnrri, To teaoh him the lesson he ought to learn. The King dame baok to hia woll-epeht gold ; - But no new pulaoo oould he behold...

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Shoalhaven District Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

SlioaHiaveu E»i*irik't 'Euvf CIul» I Itaccs. Patron — Air. T-. Berry, of Coolangatta. Presi dent— Ah1. Jnines Thomson, J.P. Vico Piosidont — Mr. 33. do Mostro. Coininittoo — Dr. J. P. Broreton, and Messrs. J. At. Brown, J. Sivowright, J. Rowen, R. Patterson, B. Rowo, Thos. Connolly, O. Moflit, A. Linkonbagh, and Thos. flood. Hou. Treasurer— Mr. P. AV. Hall. Clork of Course — Mr. R. Paltoison. The first day's racing of tho Shoalhavon District Turf Club mooting of 18S2 took placo at tho Numba Courso on Tuesday last. Tho day was fiuo. though shady, but tho attendance was not largo. Tho com so has boon nmch improved by Mr. Hall sinco last yonv's meeting; a 'grand -stand ' has beon built, which affords a very good view of tho course ; but, tho special leaturo of merit is tho straight run, which has lioon fenced in for o distance of nearly a quarter of a mile before tho winning post is reached. Tho course was in splondid ofdor, and tho running in souio of tho races much fastor than that o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

UOT.MWAY'8 Ol\J\l'N'L AVI) Pitts — Pistulas, pile*, pxloi iitions, and stuctuios nio .speedily inlio\od and ultimilol\ iomo\od by applying tin-. Ointmont nlloi foi mentation wilii waini watoi L'u--h Miffuing Fiom thnso sroiiigos ot tlio hum in fiimo shoi Id .nio3t thnir pmgio-,-1 at n,ico, foi it is. both insidious and rapid .Pisl'ilis, it long illowad to t;o unchockod, not only woakon thn' nervous syitom but destroy life. Tho soonor thoso inestimable romodios nvo used tho more cortain is success, yet none need dospm , hopolo s tn-,os haio likewise yioldod, and tho sulVorcr boon s.ivod a painful doitli Tn - \ron ihons i ton ipphia lions nS- this healing Ointmont oft'ect a euro, while tho Pills, conjointly with it, :ivo ospooiiilly tionoflvinl in ioli\ing i'id ioino\'ng -tiicUuo-f, whatever thuir situation or duration.— Anv Tire Man who VoikK 01 Fmpoits — V-, in my do, nn imitation 01 coimtoi toit oi a populni inodicinnl coidial dmnK bs tlmii- mds, k .owing what ho solids 01 lmpoils ...

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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

Second Day— Wednesday, Jax. 25. Tho atlondanoo on tho second day (Wodnos day) was considerably larger than that of tho first day. The Now South Wnles Volunteer Artillery Band, numbering 11 mombors, in ohargo of Sorgoant nornius, Band Alastor, arrived about noon, nnd discoursed an oxcollont program mo of music during the day. Tho public are lnuootou to ljieutonaut-uolonoi -Jr.1 wous, woll known in connection with tho local bridgo works, for this rare treat in Shoalhavon. Tho ovonts of tho day in tho field woio, as will bo soon bolow, was in ono instance at least, numorously and keenly contested. A splendid race took placo for tho Shorts, and in all proba bility Atr. Hall's brown filly Copia would havo won it but that «ho in two false starts carried the jockey — who was too weak to do moio than guide her— twico round the courso, boforo a start could be made. Tins Shouts, a Handicap of 20 sows., with a sweop of 1 sov. sov. ouch added for starters, socond horso to recoivo 3 sovs. from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

£Q (\(\ TO 1jK^tIL f/r Jour or fivo years, ,o*- vyV ,iroi(afi^f//Koehold Property, at S por cent, per nmiui/ -?pply to Mn.- T. M. RlCIIAltDS, Solicitor, ITowia. '' Xand 'after (his'dato imv CATTI/E found* 'TRESPASSING oiyWollomia Run will bo impounded. V jL'/^^j - y^v b.s. bowe. _' 18th. July, 1881. '. ; ? Rlowru Jfflua etpnl CuunvH. I\ '.;»-., . ? fr TSnENDEES aro lion by invited for continuing - JL , ,tho forming of orth-strool. (. Spocilications at J| ( fjQn*s, Esq. \ Tondors to bo s* - in ou or boforo NEST ?TUESDAY. . W/ ,, i ' IX. JTAEEACK, , - Council Clorlc. Nowra, 23lh Janua y, 18S2. Council Ohainbois, ' ~ Jh ' . . ' Nowra, January 25th, 1RS2.V^ ' i '' ' liiccu&htK Act «r 18§S. ':'''' LOCAL OPTION VOTE. ''jVTOTIOE is hereby aivon in pursnnuco with. J_ N the provibionJr/Who Licensing Act of '1882, that tho first jrytiga, o£ ratepayers within tho Municipal Distn/t ofNowra, as to tho grant ing of now publicans' hefchsos or tho romoval of ])ublienns' liconsps, will tnko ...

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A NATURAL MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

? ? ? ' ? w ? : ? A KATTJBAL MISTAKE. In the New York/Zoological Garden ther'3 is a baboon which wears store olothes, ea'ca at a table, and ia learning to talk. A. f.ew days Bince a young lady and yoniag :gotitle ma-n of Detroit, who rumour Bays weco Boon to, meekly''bow their heada beneath the matrimonial yo&e, were visuing the garden and strolled' about for an hour gazing' in unooncealdd wonder upon the many curiosi ties thero exhibited. In the great crowd the couple in some manner- became separ ated, and the young, lady roamed ? frantic ally about in search of her escort. He waa also alarmed for the safety of his dear'ono, and hunted tor her fer some time/ at' laet catching eight of her at some little distance !rom him. Rushing toward her with a nigu vi rcjuei, no oame up to nor just 'in, time to see her take the arm of the baboon, and say: 'Oh, Fredi I never1 waa bo frightened in my life. I thought I would, never find you again !' They rode back to the hotel in separate ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. FRIDAY, 20TH JANUARY. BEFORE Messrs. Stewart and Boxsell., Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

UISTRiai1 MWS. ll'llOlt OUU COllltESrONDKXT.l ltrmigliton Creek. ]?imiAY, 20th Jaxuahy. BRl'OltE Afossrs. Stewart and Boxsoll, Js P. Noil M'Lonn npjiuarod boforo tho court in answer to an information charging him with illogilly turning nt largo throo horsos tho pro perty of noury Taylor, of .Broughton Ciook. Jofondant pleaded not guilty. Honry JLnylor boing duly sworn, deposed : un tho 8th instant I wont to my jiaddock for the |)urposo of ditching oio of my horsos, but found they woro not thmo ; on looking in defendant's paddock I sow him driving my horsoi from his paddock on to tho road ; my liorfos then wont into defendant's stookyard ; dofondant put thorn nut on tho roud and turnod thoin down tho road in tho direction of tho raco courso and throw sticks after thorn; I crossed tho paddock on to tho road and told dofondant ho had no right to turn my horses out of tho paddock on to the road, but should hnvo detained them and sont me notico ; I did not go after my horsos to bring the...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

©wDBBBDaes-ciaJ BiiJ-;3Ssj5'«aj-t5e. -pyej-alai'« t'uajtjKtJij (.Sjiasiitvt!). ' Sybsky Maiuuit Pr.icr.s. ' Butter: A1 lingo pcrcuntiigo of socoud and in forinr enntinuns to como to hand, ino doubt 'owing to tho ;i-o it heat --t tho weather, in some rstHos'cimtiiiuiiia; dining tho night as well as tho day. Jiultor of good or oven fairly good qualilv, wont off vory wuW during last wcul- at !-d t(i 10(1, mid lower clns-. at 7d t/- Sd. Tho scarcity ot .'i rally '.prime' butter , wan ants an udv.inco for tbih ii'iticlo. and wo nowmiotu it, un tn nsliillin'r per lb. Wo moawaie fouie butter is coming ' fi'niii Mellioiirnoi'but it ciinnot compote with our bust. It will como into competition with our socoiul quality, but fiom infoviuation wo have received we do not think impoilors will bo ablo lo sccum uny miiTgiu ol pruiitf. / liacon and ohecso big unchanged since last ie))i)rt. f, ' ? Pigs alive : A really full supjily has caused a full in value of from, I,') to 20 per'cont. llaii'.o: Thi...

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Bumour. IN THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

? §wmm. - ' IN THE PAR WEST. : BEOOtiLEOIIOUB OF HFB ON THE MONTIEE,' ? On the very outskirts of civilisation oan be found tho inevitable poet. The gentle muse doea not oonfiue its operations to the ranks of iho rofiuod and oaltared bf any means, but sometimes nabs hold of the roughest imaginable specimen of hnmanity in exis iouuu, ttua, aiier wroBtung wiin mm lor a time, gives. him to the world as a BODOH SHOD BHTilESIEB, '. Whose verification will at onoe attraot uni versal attention. Not on aocoant of any merit wbioh the verses may posscBO, perhaps, but there is usually a quaint air about them, a sort of a natural blending of poetry and prose— a rhythmio hash, to use a olasoioal expression, tbat is bound to enlist the atten tion of the reader. ' I met one of these mountain warblers a few years Binoe. He oamo into the office of a Territorial newspaper, and, in a business tone of voioe, asked for ' the boss.' When the editor intimated that any business per taining.to the offioo oou...

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"WHEN THE TRUE POET COMES." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

'WHEN THE TRUE POET COMES.' When the true poet comes, how shall we e» know him — - By what clear token, manners, language dress ? Or shall a voioe from Heaven speak and nhnnj him ? Him the swilt healer of the Earth's distress 1 Tell ub that when the long-expeoted aomea At last, with mirth and melody and singing, Wo him- may greet with banners, beat of drams, Welcome of men and maids, and joy-bells ringing; And, for this post of ours, IAurols and flowers. Thus shall ye know him— this Bhall be his token: Manners like other men, an nnslrange gear; ?aisspeeon not muBioal, bnt harsh and broken Shall sound at first, eaoh line a driven ; spear ; For he shall sing as in the centuries olden, Before mankind its earliest fire forgot ; Yet whoEo listens long hears musio golden. How shall ye know him ? Ye shall know him not Till ended hate and scorn, . : To the grave he'a borne.- ??. — The Century.

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A LONG SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

A LONG SLEEP. A Long SiiEEP.— Early in February last/, a young man, a stranger, was discovered in what seemed to be a profound Bleep in the fitting-room of a oountry tavern near AUentown, Pa. He could not bo Knncoil nnri Ytrna aanf 4-v\ fha T.oliinrTi (lAnnfff Poorhouee. A small devotional book found in his pookot'bore on a fly-leaf tbe name Johann Gyumbere, written in Gfarman script. On the opposite page was written ' Saroa Cometat, PoatEaslavidz, Austria.' It was inferred that tbe man waB from Soros, a county in Hungary, and that his name waa Gyumbere. He has since been known »s the sleeping Hungarian, 'and hia longeoma or trance has attracted. the at tention of many physicians as well as muoh popular interest. Until 22nd April he had to: be fed with liquid nourishment only. On that morn ing, the seventy-first day of his Bleep, he' arose from his bed, dressed himself, and Bat down on a chair, staring wildly about the room. The attendant placed him in Tio/1 nnt)!n n-nrl Ttrtint1. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

fcf* Meetings to foe Held. Good 'Templar's Lodgo meots at Nowra, IPobrtrnVy 2, 1882, at 7 p.m. Torrara L.O.L. moots on Friday, [date not ?supplied by Secretary] at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

- 'Xllawtirrh, s-tei-i-« RIa«.vEKnt!on ' , j - , Company. ' i u -^ ''t '„',-' ?'( Every Mbndny, Tuesday, and .^rom^ydnoy.- J J(, ^iday ufght, at 11 ''''Eronl Qrcbiiwoll ( Monday,' G n m. ; Tuosdny, 3 ; t^, Pdint*.',' ' Ml p.m.; Thuisday, 8 a.m. 'milfc'^.^.'1! FAKES: - ' -F?-Cnbinj'2OB; -iH'tarw (fiftl)In),.8{»s; .. -«oti .'?! 'igtecs-Ufte, 12& 6*1. , , h; mU I'i -f( (,«'-|. I ? , j ? '- '?'?No'Rgs or othor tivo Stock '-will ho convoyed '' by'tlfo isfenmor loafing for fiydnoy on 'l'tioiday \* 'Vkftornoon.4 ' ' [ ' - - , ) „ .iH[Oi.ca : ,, .)[ B.. MANNING, i' ? , iml )--«!? '[ -t i ? ,, Manager., ? I., ii.lt i.v .,«' -Mrt - ''- ? * v .Hi 1 1 -iv Wanted ««- Hie I€.m,mra. ' ^ '' '\^[7' '' JOiTBS, ? iGolliiis-slroet, Kiama, ihns ' -!?- W y ' Hoi6Ga-aml)VQliiolcs FOR HIKE. -i'L-Uo'is 'in'opmod jo run between Wollongong s'andfTJlladiulii'. j-; - , , i «' ' Also, that he is njoimlipurchabor of Iliclos and 1 ' 'alBns 'in miy quantify. , ,? ' L I ;''?','/'¥.' XIMBSAY BYMOCK, . I' Auct...

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Weekly Calendar for January. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

Weekly Calendar lor January. Phases or the Mo(w. Pull Moon ? -1th, at 0.3 p.m. Last qu.ni tor . . 13th, at 1.52 a.m. Now Moon .. 20th. at 2.40 a.m. j Fust quarter.. 2Gth, at 5.49 p.m. tv.™ I i— — 'Suit- — i High water atShoal DATE| 1 Bisos. Sots;; 'haven Hoods., f. ii. Jt. ... ,n..;jt. i- .v..p..oi. a. st. a, 26 t 5viri j7,'7^ ;.vi2 34 12- 50 - ? 27 5;;-i8v s7; 7'; ;:^i-24 i og , «A *28 ,3'-!l'9fi i;7:;-3;s '''2 28 3 6 V 29 5?2Q' ??'?.; :-'6- S'M-U 4*23 t,, v 30 5'2i','. 7 '5.' ;5. 1 5 35 --, } ,,,31 o 22 ,,7 5': 0 8 0 34 1 5 23. .7 4 .70 7 22 7' ', '?' THE Fuliltalietl every Thursday Rooming. . THUKSDAT, JANUARY 26, 1882.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

.Shonlluiven S]ri{-i-isi« Intcllisciicu. Exroirrs. Per IUawnrra, Captain .T. Gardi-, on tho 1 2th i January. To Sydney : ii'ti bags lnnizo, 31 kegs butler, 120 pigs, iHO bags potatoes, 21 ensos egg', 2 hmses, (i packages lonthor, 10 coops poultry. 1 liiilo, 1 bundle sheepskins, and sun dries. To Kininii : 88 bags uinizo, 1 parcel, 'A maize. ' Por lllnwarrn. Cnptain J. Gardo, on tho Kith January. To Sydney: !-27 bags mniyo, '211 bags potatoes x\ pigs, 80 kogs bnlfer, IS wisps eggs, ii horsos, ] nnsn bacon, 1 coop poultry, and sundries. To Kininii: 10 bags maize. To .Wollongong : 35 hags inaizo. ' Per Allowric, Oiiptain G. Walker, on llio 17th .January. To Sydney: 28fi keg* butter,, 03 .';bag^ potatoes, ?! 7 bags maize, 13 cases eggs, M(i 'chedses, 12 coops poultry, If packages luggage. , rand sundries. To Kiama : 40 bugs maizo, and .sundries. Per Illavrarra, Captain J. Garde; on tho 19th ..January. To Sydnoy : 354 bags maizo, 70 kogs n butter j 258 pigs, 2015 bags potatoes, lo coops ...

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House hold. OLD-FASHIONED COURTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

' ..^MT3'4aKr. . ; mvn.'Ti'ASFTrONED COURTING. As to the ' old-faahloned court,' that was business. - No ' lnm-tum ' about it. When a young man bad hia eye tenderly fixed on a young woman ha told her of it before the open kitchen fireplace, whila ho was paring apples and she knitting stockings. tuo nro*itgnc ]nan anowoa meir diubuqs ou toigood advantngo. They woke up the' old folks and told them of thoir expected hnpplnooa ; next Sunday they oat together at ohurch, were soon married, began life humbly and worked up qulotly, peacefully, and with their souls ;filllng up day by diiy with that sentiment whioh Hvos for ever and Is the powo* o! all powers— love. Nowadaya It la different, aadly different. Young people use up more time In nonsensical 'attentions' than the wholo bu»in«»s ia worth, begin married life in better «tylo than their parenta have ever grown to, and no a connequence their progresa iB baokwnri'o in all that is true and noble in character, and the divorce cou'fc too of...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

' -VplMv. flssSeHniJ^oiKL'*;. [From Hie Kiitlnti/ J'litiern.) ?, London, .Tnn. It). Tho disturbances at [Warsaw which follow'od tho discovery , that a, Jdwis-b pickpockul ,was tho oauso of tho disastrous pnnic in a ohiirah Ihoro havo resullod most seriously amongst tho Jews section of tho iroiiulalion. 'Pho oulbioal: bndod in gonoral riots against tho Jows,- who wero cruolly outraged and mallrontod by tho inoonsed population, j^ullj' 2000 Jewish familios woro londorod homeless and ruined. Stops havo ulroady boon taken to oxpross sympathy with tho unfortunate Jows, and inootings havo boon called to raise funds for their roliof. - -, . , January 120. - Tho long-oxpeotod financial collapse in Franco, which was lo a groat oxent -brought about by tbo continued 'ingo for speculation pervading all classes, has commenced. Jt was imsUmcd by tho failuro. of tlio Lyons Ban!:. Gormany and Austria uro'offocled to a considor ahle , oxlont by Iho collapse. It is also foarod that London interests a...

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TURKEY-RAISING AS A BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

TURKEY-RAISING AS A BUSINESS. The production of poultry upon an itn- '- mense scale is amongst the industries for ? whioh our American cousins have become famous. And it is a branch of the great ' farming art for whioh much remains to be done in the colonies. Indeed, looking at: the various branches open for tho farmers at the present time, it ia doubtful if any. offer greater inducements than poultry- i raisjnpr, and. eBueoiaUy-Oio ruioing. ?„« tur-; seys. The places are very few in the' colonies wnere well-grown birdH of this! kind fit for table purposes would not find* very ready sale, and at prices fully 25 psr cent., or one-fourth, better than the prioeB; that can be got for an equal weight of any. other kind of poultry. Yet the Americana make no seoret of it that they can raise turkeys aa cheaply, and with as much oer ?tainty, as any other barnyard fowls. ? As a matter of faofc thoy do so raise them, . and,1 in addition to supplying.the great demand of their own.people; they a...

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The Donation of Constantine. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 26 January 1882

?yjte MiHisttliiit off' Cciifetitiislilnc. Wi: extract tho follswing from tbo Freeman's Journal o{ Saturday last : — Thoio is. a good story told of Popo Julius 13. and tlin Ambassador of Yonico, Jcromo Dniialu. TJie Tope demanded of tho. Ambassador Iho' title by which his lopublic claimed tlio sovereignly of tho Adriatic' Gulf. Tho Ambassador l-opliod, ' Your Holiness will find tho concession of our . ,,- Constantino to Popo Sylvester of tho City of Romo and tho other tenitouos of tho Ecclesi astical State.1' This 'original' was supposed to bo lost, as tlio earliest copy known of the Imperial (loimfion was found among tho well ? known ' falso dccrotuls ' which everybody knows now to bo forgeries ; but our ' official'1 . Catholic, contomporary appears to hnvo im ' earthed tho'documont, as in last week's Evintss wo aro gravely told that tbo temporal power originated ''.in tbo action of tho h'i.--t Christian Empeior, for Constantino loudly and unflinch ingly declared that it wns not be...

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