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Natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

§J ¥ ? CMT-* * I MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By Donald Cameron. Old working bullocks aro provorbia'ly ounning, and a superannuated individual of lhat dosoription, named Brindlo, who in the days of Ins old ago had no harder task than to draw the wator-elcdgo which Bup plied'tho men's huts, was tho incarnation ' of animal cunning. Ho was groat at 'opening gates of all descriptions, and it waa generally bolioved that ho oould opon , anything. Whon I flrat recollect him, gates wera vory primitive. Tho smallor gates, buc(i aa led . to tho garden nail a latoh, and Brindlo noon diecovered tbo trick, and by inserting hie horn and lifting tho latch he always managed to opon tho gate String would he tied round the latoh, but after a whilo Brindlo found out that tho string could bo ohowod, and he rather likod tho innovation. Tho Blip I panels woro rails let into poBta with a wooden peg inserted to keop them in. Those puzzled Brindlo a littlo, but he soon obtained a koy. Ho would work tho pe...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

fcOCAI; E5fF.B3IiIiiaB3ATCB. Poltck Removals. — Wo lenrn with regro* that tho police nutlioritios havo directed Sorgoant Griovo to propavo to tako charge of tho Wollbn gong station Though this may bo an ovidonco of Soigoant Giicso ofiicioncs as an oflicor, we strongly protest that tho removal will not bo for tho benefit of this dish ict aci goant Griovo has acquired a knowledge of tho characters who rcquiio v.atchin,j in thi-. district, and nothing short of long rcsidonco can givo another otHcor Tho saino commami oi uiu uuuiua ui miu omcu ?duties here. Wo hopo tho removal will not bo finallj derided on, ind thit btops_ will bo takon to lotain tho Seige nit's unices in this district. Destruction of Noxious AsutALS. — An amusing contrast is to ho found in. tho accounts published in tho Cannment Gazette of sums expended in two dishicts o£ this colony for tbo destruction of no\ion-, animals. On pago 42!) -wo find that in Bombala district they have paid ?official salaries out of tho rate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

Girls, Don'x Gei Maiuued,— GirlB, don't bo in a hurry to get married. Ji yon aia bat sixteen, don't allow euoh on idea to get' \ into your hoad for at least four yeara. Don't even inn the risk of it by permitting any yonng man to get aa far as the proposing point, Fight them off, and make him wait ox go aw»y to Bomobody who Is ready. Don't live under the impreBBion that yon must aeoept the first love-siok youth who proposes.' Be patient, deliberate, and laga oiouB. There is a world ol happiness for yon between sixteen and twenty. The world would be a dreary old viaate if it were not for the aweet faoes ol yonng girls with their piquant sayings and melting Bmiles. lour father has bought yon n phno, and you have learned how to play uiior many long an4 wearisome lessons. Don't spoil all by getting married, lor alter that you won't have muoh' hbb lor your piano. Alter you have roaehedS twenty, it would be well to comldesi the matrimonial problem with somo uoiionaneBB. ? In Norway, ana e...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

^.,, :.:'';;'..', ::.'.r ''?^?.?'.Cricket.- '',:. . -: ',;; ' ?:' -:. ' A bRiCKET match was played at Kangaroo Valley, on; Saturday, 21st ultimo, botweon tho ' Buri-ier 'arid :;;Kangarpo Valley cricket clubs, '. which re- :, suited in ^ a' victory for- the, former on :;tho. first* innings1 by orio run..'1 Subjoined' is. the score :— ?J:M ;.:.^KANGAR00 : ViULLE|;d.i3::;;^:S Yv ^ D.- Price; 1) Thomson .;;.-:C;.;., ?O'..li'BMauipli:..-..'.i.'.;;..'.'.'h»'T. J.MuiTay.ii.w.,b.TKom5on... 1. bDuWuIpIi......v...:-.V.-..12: ,T. Bailey, b Thomson -..v.'..1.-.*;:'., : ? 4 h Thom.ion.;.:. ,..;..*..„'/.. 21 ' ii.Boii.bDiaiiuiph..........;;.;. 1 bmadBiph...^....:.........so It. 'niiilDy.b Thomson:;;.:.... .. 10 b Thomson..... ......?..:..„ 4 W; Munay. b 'J'homson..'.;.....' 10 : b Hiilrtiilph.........;;..;:..;.:'.l , ,T. T6\racy,b Diddulpli'. ........ .1 1 oandb Eiclnutlson';;..,. ; 80. S. Murmy, o Konnedy.b Bill- ;?:..:?.:;? ?;?.'.' 'VM\ . v duipii . ?;.;...:.::...;.;.;;.v.^. ??: 0 . Tj maciuiph...

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THE FATHER. [Translated from the Norwegan of Bjornstjerne Bjornson by H. L. Broakstad.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

THE FATHEB. . '. [Trnnnlntea from the Norweffan of Bjiirnatjomo lljornson by H. L. Lratotud.J Tun man we ate going to toll yon the following atory about ' was the most in fluentiitl and wealthy f armor in tho pariah ; hia numn wna Thord Ovoraia. Ono day ho oamo into tho Btudy of Iho minister of tho pariah, looking vory im- . portant and eolomn. ' I havo got a son,' ho said, ' andJI want to havo him obristonod.' ' What nro you going to oall mm V 'Finn, after my father.' ' And hia godfathers and godmothers ?' Thord mentioned somo of the moat re spected mon and women in the pariah — all rotations of his. ' Ia thore anything olso P' inquired the mlnistor, nnd looked np. The farmer hesitated a littlo. ' I wonld liko to have him christened by himself.' ' On a woek day, do you moan ?' ' On Saturday next, at noon.' 'Ib there anything else?' asked the min- leter. 'No, I think not.' Tho farmer was twisting hia oap in bis hands as it lie waa going. The minister roao. ' Only thiB,' Baid . he, a...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

?.'??: ; ';[ '???, Slioalliayen lBplice. Court. '??,-''.' At the Police Court, Nbwra, on Tuesday last, before thbir Worships Mossi-s. Z. G. Bice (Chair-, man), S Elyard, B. Brown, H. G. Morton, John- Glanvillo, and D. M'Loan, ? in the. caso of Mary M'Kinnon y. Paulott, foi' rape, tho caso against defonda'nt was dismissed, and tho prosecutrix coramittod to tho lock-up till tho rising of tho court for contombt of court. — A slaughtering liconso was granted to Mr. E; ? S. Rowo, of Wollomia. — Denis fiaymond pleaded guilty to having boon drunk and disordorly on ' tho 2tith instant. Fined 20's, and costs. Mr. Thomson, J.P., gavo him an admonition, which sbould act as a dotoront. '-.',.- At tho Court of Requests held at Nowra, on Tuesday last, boforo Messrs. James Thomson' (chairman). S. Elyard, James Eraser, John; Glanvillo, H. G, Morton, D. M'Loan, and James Waddington, John Birroll, of Brundio, ship buildor, sued Thomas Tyroll, of NoM'i-a Hill, farmor, to rocovoi- tho sum of £7 sterlin...

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AUNT SUKIE'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

AUNT SUKIE'S LUCK. ' Well, now you look sort of sickly, spindling liko; you aint hoarty, bo ye mister?' Tho speaker waa a tall, gaunt specimen of a woman paet middle age, almost masculine in physique. Her com. plexioa made you think of russet apple with the sunshine on it, so bronzed was it, and tho hair was too grey for so young a woman. At'first you thought ehe was old, but a nearer approach reminded you she could not havo ljassed forty. Tho calico dress was scrupulously clean, aud although not in the mode, became her with striking grace. The faded shawl soeined honoured by its wearer. She looked at you sharply an sho talkod, and a ehvowd smile crept to her lips as if ehe had foine hidden fountain of content. What a striking and unique character one meets in by-ways of Now England struck out of the native granite. They Beem rough hewed at first, until you find them suffused with an inner grace, tho magic touoh of a diyine artist, I was waiting at a little station among the hills f...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

Mowra 3Iunieii»iil Council. Tuesday, Jaxuaiiy 31. ? . -- Tire Council mot at 7.30 p.m. ? ;Prpsont-— the Mayor. (Alderman J. Grpqn), iflul . Aldormon Elyard, Graham, and jiTpnaghan. .; Tho minutos of previous meeting woro i-oad . arid confirmod.— Tho Mayor brought up thb.ropoi t of tho Eii:anco Coinmittoo, recommending payments of tho fol lowing items : — 3?. Sydney, £4 4s!; AY. Spain, 2s ,0d ; Rarrott, £3; 0s Gd ; Chidloy. ;'£2 IO3; Council Clorkj £7 ' IO3 ; Inspector of ;By-laws, £15 lus ; Rohardt, £i; 5s Gd.— Petitions.— A loiuion was locpivea irom jvir. jas.Aionagnan, Groonhills, intimating that it was his intention, having, secured the co-operation of other pro-, prietors interested, to connocttho swamp known as Graham's, east of Nowra, with tho main drain through his land into tho rivor ; and in view of tho sanitary and other benonts such a work must confer on Nowra, ho .prayed that tho Council supplomont tho sums already guaranteed to him from private ownors by a sum commen su...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

IpMist. BELLA'S HERO; OK The Harqois and The Freebooter. A STOBY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Je. GHAPTEB IX.— (Continued.) This time the ohangejwas wonderful. In plaoo of Boderio Qrabam, Marquis of Men don, before him lay Colonel James Filz Euataoel He atartod baok in terror, for the form npon the bed had assumed Rigantio proportions, and had taken on the faoe of a demon 1 Suoh a look that the dreamer cried out in terror; and, on the instant, the demon form sprang upon him and throttled him, and eompressed his throat so that he oonld not ory ont; and then — It was riot all a dream ! Conway awoke to find himself in the grasp of three powerful man ; his arms already pinioned, and a' Btrong hand over his mouth. He had seen that there were three men, their faces covered with crape ; and had realised that his arms wore pinioned, when a thick covering, like a sack, waB thrown over hia .head, and bound at the neck; and after this he was lifted from the bed, and stood upon the f...

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Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

- Slioalliavcn Kcgatta Club. Patron— Mr; D.' Bon-y ; President, Mr. F. W. : ? ; ; Flatt ; Vice-Presidonts, Mossrs. 0. Mun-ay, ' ?: R. C. Leeming, and R. J. Hinder; Treas ?'??'??' uror, Mr. R.. Finlayson ; Secretary, Mr. ,; Potor W. Hall ; Committee : Dr. Brereton, Mossrs. A. Armstrong, B. Cox, Z. Bice^vG.. Forbes; J. H. Devlin, E.. Howib, H. Ho/lg kinson, J.Oxloy.J; Kennedy, J. Maclean; .-- Alox. M!Loan, S. Richadsbri.r J. Ryan; D. -.'- Tollockj'Jas. Pollock, John Wollor,;and W. . .^'..Wilsbti.';,^'.;'. ,?;'.'.. ;.' ... \\\'';iir: ''?.'!'r':/y',''t'''^:'y Tho annual prize meoting ^'of the'abbve-riambd regatta '.plub, 'V.was :: bald '-''atv'th'b:-.' usual .?}. course, Numba; on ; the 2Gth : :Janudryi'- Anniversary Day. 1 -The weather was clpaivandtwarm,. but a mbdorato ; sea '. , broozp,- ; from tho north-oast, rondbrod tho day ploasant. ; From .7 a.m. till noon, the roads i loading to Niimba from diffpronfc parts of the district, was thronged,Srith vehicles fillod, with holidaymaker...

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Poetry. LIFE VENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

[?] LIFE VENTURES. w I stood and watched my shipa go out, I Each ono by one, unmooring, free, I 'What timo the quiet harbour filled I With flood-tide from the sea. l^ . The first that sailed, her name was Joy ; I '*;*? ' She sproad a smooth, white, ample sail, m, f And eastward drove, with bending spars, I Before the singing gale. I t Tho next that' sailed, her name was flbj-e; tL No cargo in her hold she bore, ?k Auiuaixig iu una in weBteru xanas I Of merchandise a store. | Another sailed, her name was Love ; I She showed a red flag at the mast, 1. A flag as red as blood she showed, II And she sped south right fast. I' \ The last that sailed, her name was Faith ; I1 Slowly she took her passage forth, I Tacked, and lay to ; at last she steered I A straight course for the north. I My gallant ships, they sailed'away, I Over the Bhimmoring, summer sea ; I I eat and watched for many a day, I ' Bnt only one came back to me. I For Joy was caught by pirate pain, I Hope ran upon a hidden re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

03r lleetinffs to foe Held. Gob'd Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, ;..' j?obrutiry 2, 18S2, at 7 p.m. Torrava L.O.L. moots on Friday, [date uot Supplied by Socretary] at 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

?' jrilsiwai-B-a wtesmm WnviRattou ., C«Dii{)a»y. ? ' TIME TAHLT3. ' ' ! _ o, , (Evorv, Monday, Tuesday, and. From Sydnoy. , \ jOl.;(1.iy n-ghti at j f lfrom Qrconwoll ( Monday, l- a.m. ; Tuesday, 3, . .?'-Point.-,: ? --( , ? ]).i'n.; Thursday, 8'ti.m. ''?; '' v' .''./FAITHS: ' ?' ' ,'' ,' 'Ca&Sis,, 2©«; 'Rvturn (CaH)hi), 3«S} ? ? ' I .'?' Sstceru;;e, I2w fid. . . '. , No Pigs qrolhov Liro Stock .Will bo convoyed by the steamer tawing for Sydnoy on Tuesday afternoon.': . 3D. MANNING, ' JLanngor. * ? ' ' _ ? WnntfcA tw J»« Known. ; WJ0N15S, Collins-street, Iuiinm, htw .. . Hordes ami Vehicles FOR IJIHH. iro is pi'opnrcd to run hotvreon Wollongong mid ailncUilln. j\l--o, (hut ho is a ensjh purchaser of IIi-los mid ckins in any quantity. - I). LIIBSAY DYffiOGK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, j : JAM. ins I? 0 0. . HALL, Genera! Commission Agent, '110, SUSSEX -STP.ELT, SYDNJir. N.B.—Country Oniers promptly attcndnd to. . ?T..W. CEAVEIT, ? Produce Merchant & General Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

?To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this lomiml not roebiving then papor logulailv, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to thoi)ro Jfriotoi, at tho offlco of this paper. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, PDBRUARY 2, 18S2.

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Weekly Calendar for January. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

.. 'Weekly .Calendar lor January. PtTASlS 01 IHh MOOX.. ????'?.??. , ?'?! ]?ull Moon .... -lth, at 0.3 p.m. i-\ i Labtquaitor 1 '.tli, at 1 32 a.mv,.,i , ., .. Now Moon 20lh, ut'2 10 a.l& :: I : ? ,' ' Fiibtquurtei 2bth, at 3 W pniv. =i;.;:; ;;:-; r _ ' I , ? Sux ? , 1 Highwu'Wir litShoal-1 Path. | folscs gotb | imvonHerids; ? : ?- ~^ JTm ir~\t !? u. ' a. ???&.? : 2 5 21 7 1 7 14; r8- 3 :: ' 1 3 5 25 9 '3 8 21-. . S3!) '! 4 o 26 ^2 8 57 , . 0 13 ?' 5 o 27 7 1 0 29 ; 9;45. :?? G 5 28 7 0 10 1 10 10. 7 o 20 15 W 10 .51 10. -17 ^ 3 .50 fa 53 11 3 - U 21 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

' jSTo pent up Utica contracts our powors ' may bo truly said of ono of tho most invaluablo preparation of modern times, for its sales are not confined to any particular sphoro, butoxtond over nil tho quarters of tho globe. Orders aro boing constantly received from romoto sections, and its export constitutes ono of tho staples of our tnido. Circulars and. pamphlets explanatory ot its curative proportion hiivo boon translated' into all language-., and thoro is no portion o£ tho world whoro Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known;— Auv. Dew of tub At,ps. — Tho world outside of Europo having discovorod that this palatable tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant, tho domiind for it in tho West Indies, South Amorica and Australia bus literally boconio enormous. It is strange for hundreds of yoars so wonderful nn nppotiisor find stomachic should Imvo boon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and tho thanks of millions aro duo to Messro. M. Moss and Co., ...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

Slai-nMa3iv«;ii DEjiUk' Ifinic 'Fiiblc. IjinrMinwViiln ? 'I'. W T. 1'. S, Sim. n.in. Aill\u Yumnwi .. -li- ilo ilu llo -lr- -ll- !!.!IO nm lliuciwim. ilo ilo ilu ilo ilo ilo ftii.m: KmiMiooVlj ilo ilo.Iu (lu.lii ilo () 11.111. Ci'iilicnmiu ilo do .lo (In ilo do H.Sa.m. Nowru ? tin do do dn do do O.n n 111. l.rawiNovia ... . du iln do do ilo lOii.m. Smuliiy, p.in Aiii\i-T«iii»iiniv . do dn do do ill) I p.m. „ 'l.!IO „ -Wiimliiudimi do do ilo do do liu.in. „ r..!IU „ Coiifola.. do do do do tla I p.m. „ «.:ia „ Yn(li-)ii(liili.. do do do do do fip.111. „ 7.n(l „ Stilton ? do do do do do U p.m. , II „ Ullndulln ... ? dol do do do do Tp.m. „ 1U „ Lwl\o Ullnilnllii ? S11 SI T. ?W~V7~M, I.1IO 11.111.: ~.' ArrhoMIKini.. .. do do do do llo do r..,10, „ . . :: VnttOMiUuh.. do do do do do do ll.ir, „ Cinijnln .. . do do do do do do 7 „ Wiliid.mdi 111 do do do do do do 11.15 ,, : Tomcioiiff ? lo do do do do do tll.ir. „ : ? Nowm ? do do do do do do l.nop.m.' T-ciwoNowm ? do do do ilo do do 3.!I...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Agricultural Shows: A few Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

MlSCSJSiHj&a'EOlUS. AKiicuHiiml Shows: A few Misits. According to our index of forthcoming asricnl ' tural shows, no fewer thanados'.on of thoso ovon'ts will claim attention boforo fho eloso of noxt Apiil. This indicates that n down socrnlniics varo immersed in their biw siwou : nml wilh ' tho viow of miilciiig the labour of Hio«o officials aslighl us pos'.iblo, we select, the mosentasan ovmortunitv to furnish a few hints regarding tho WaV- in which fho showhoolts of agricultural 'Eociotios 'should bo kept. Wo havo flurint; fcho past noticed that tho want' of sv«totnntic nrrangomonts in tho recintion of ontrios !lcd to endless tiouhlo on thopaitof fho secretaries and ' othov officials. Tlio entries nre roooived in anv slinpo. mill entered in a looso fashion. This is specially notireabloin fhocasoof eoriotios which do not pi ovido catalogues of oxhibits nt thoir shows ; and as it happens, unforfunatolv. that whoro thoio is no eatalosuo thcro is tho grantor necessity1 for corr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

COIBSBBIUE-Cinl iDltelilitfCMCC. O|kui'iitivc Company (B^imiti'd). Sydney Maiiki-.t Pjiioks. Below wtfgivo gonoral quotations. X s. d. £ s. (1. Butter, best, porlb.. 0 0 10 to 0 1 0 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 0 8 ,, 0 0 0 Bacon, dit co .' ? 0 0 0 „ 0 0 7 Ditto heavy .indiough 0 0 3 ,, 0 0,; Oliooso, ditto ? 0 0 G,' ,. 0 0 7 Pigs (alivo), each ? 0 13 0 ,, 3-10 0 Calves, ditto ? 0 10 ' 0 „ 110 0 Hides, each ? 0 10 0 „ 1 o 0 Calfskins, each ? 0 ,1 3 „ 0 1 (i Tallow, per ton ? 20 0 0 „ 28 0, 0 Mnize, porbushol . . 0 4 10 ,', 0 o 0 Wheat, por bnshol .. 0 5 0 „ 0 -5 (i Brtrloy, (English) .. 0 3 '0 „ 0 4 0 Ditto, (Cape) ditto ..' 0 3'G ,, 04 o' Outs, ditto ? 0 3 0 ,, 0 4 3 Potatoos, por ton ? 3 10 0, ,, 4 0 0 Hay (oaten) ditto . . o 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Ditto(lucoino)ditto... 3 0 0 ,,4 0 0 Fowls, per pair ? 0 2 9 „ 0 3 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 C ,, 0 3 3 Geese, ditto ? 0 G 0 „ 0 8 C Turkoys, ditto ? 0 3 0 ,, 1 0 '6 EgK-s, per dozen .... 0 1 3 ,, 0 1 0 Commercial Stores, Sussox-streot, Sydney, Jannnry 2-...

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The Hawkeye Almanac. NEW CATALOGUE OF THE SIGNS OF THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

Tlie SSawkeye AJiuiitsai!. New C.VTAi.oaui: of ^ Tin; Signs ov the It is an easy mattor to forecast the weather liko Pinfossor Tico and Mr. Yonnor, iE pooplo will only giro their minds to it. By closoly reading and studying tho piodictions of those gioat weather broeclors wo havo doduced tho follow ing rulos by which thoy mako all their fore casts. An intensely bluo sky indicates a temporary .?ibsoneo of clouds. Under othor circumstances, again, an intensely blue sky indicates a tornado. Whon a -woman leave i a pioco of soap on tho stairs whoro her husband will tread upon it, it is a dead sine sign of a storm. Whon tho sun rises bohim? a bank of clouds and tho clouds hang low all round the horizon and all over tho sky, and tho air fools dump, and thoro is a fino drizzling mist blowing, tho indications aro .thoro will bo rain soinowhoro in tho United Stiitos or Canada. When it begins to thunder look out for light ning. Whon a man gots up in the night and feols along tho top pantry sh...

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