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The Money Value of a Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

The Money Value of a Man. The number of the population lias been often reckoned, not its value as part of tho actual wealth of tho nation. A moment's consideration will show what an important part is played in the natural und acquired powers of body and mind. For instance, all wages may be considered to be paid for powers, either innate or acquired, in the human being. Tlie lowest in point of value, because tho most plentiful, is, of course, physical power, or mere muscular effort witli spade, shovel, or hoe — the kind of labour least elevated abovo that of the horse or ox. - Tho next is mental power, in other words those faculties in the mind which enable the possessor to manage complicated affairs, to exhibit discretion and judgment, to'acquire knowledge and apply it to the needs or cul ture of society, whether as lawyer; physi cian, judge, author, or artist. Such powers are not only moro rare than mere bruto force, but require for their full development a special education and tr...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. Death of the Prince Imperial. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

MSSCJBIjIjA']V134-SJS. Bcadi of the Prince Imperial. Lontiox, Jiwe ,20,. — Intelligence lias boon recoived from- tlio Capo to-day, - dated Juno'l,' announcing tho .death of tho Princo Imperial of Erunce. Iiis Imperial lEghncss was, on tlio 1st instant, witli a party of British troops making a, reconnaissarico wliouv thoy i: woro suddenly surr pnsod by: tho onoiny ; . andj boforo thoy could witlul aw, tho Princo was attacked and assogaiod. : The Princo was 23 years of ago.— No furtlior particulars havo yot bcon roceivcd.- ,,v . . ? ;r A molahcholy intorost, attaches i to ^liovcablo inossagos wo ipublishiubovo 'concorning the war ln .Ziilu land/, inasmuch as it vibrings lis word of tlio death. of -- tho son ; of' tho --lato, Napoleon' III. . IiiiEobuiary -last . lio .obtained- permission, to Jit,taciriniii,;),]r.(«-tlnj.ituft'oLtlicj?oyal'Ai'tillory- for , tho ipufposo-'of . accompanying - tho batteries thon undor ofdov for South Alrica. AVhatovor tho lojil motives tho Eroncli oxilo'....

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A "Swagman's" Gratitude. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

A ' fsUvagman's ' Gratitude. It is not often anything to tho credit of ' swngsuien ' roquiros chronicling, but the I following incident is worth recording. In July, 1873, Mr. J. A. Badgery, J.P., was 1 driving in his buggy from . Goulburn to Sutton Forest, and when near Paddy's Eiver, overtook a woary-looking swagman, whom lie invited to a seat in tho buggy. In con versation . tho swagman said lio had come -I out oxpeotiilg to moot somo ; Irionds : in Boochwortli, but on arriving tlioro found thoy had gono to Now Zealand ; sinco thon ho had beon travolling in search of work to onablo him to return to England. On reach ing tlio Cross lloads tlio swagman got out to follow tho . main southern road,, whon Sir. Badgory asked him if lio had any money, to whieli lio ropliod, ' Not asliilling, sir.' Mr. Badgory tlion handed , him fivo shillings, which ho- vory thankfully received, and after obtaining Mr. Badgery's address, departed 011 liis wav. Ai'tor a lause of nearly six years, Mr. Badgo...

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Rather Amusing. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Itather^ Amusing-. A somewhat anmsing^caAeVaine before tho Horsham jiolico coTirt'olr Ili'iday (says tho ' Times '), whon a wife \complained against hor husband for assaulting her. Perhaps we ! should say tho proceedings were only amusing to ; those who witnossod tliom, for thoy must havo beon tho reverse of amusing t.Txvmnivnrl witfl. - Tlie defendant, , who is a farmer near Eup anvup, behaved himself an an extraordinary manner, and froquentlyoffiukod at the bench during tho recital of -liis^Ueliiiquoncios, 111 a manner which plainly, intimated that I10 con sidered hnnsolf to bo the injured individual. ? It appeared from the evidence that- tlio couplo wero blessed— .oi-tlio revorso — with a good-looking servant girl)\nd that tho hus-! ?band hadfaltorod somewhat *111 lus allegiance to his liege wife, and -W sevoral occasions had. been '.detected imprinting a^far / more chaste saluto on the not too unwilling lips' of the ; maid. Tlio mistress very naturally losented this sort of tili...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. Sut,—Will y-ai iavour mo with, a short, spaeo in a your viduablo journal to corroot an orrorof Mr. John I'arnoU's, which appoarod in your issuo of Juno 1 2, whoroin ho publishod somo corrospon dence which passed : betweon liimsolf and your huinblo- servant. ' : Now ;I havo not tho least objection to his' publishing such if lio had put it before the public as it should havo boon dono. Ho hiis published tho first lotter, and instead of my H0ui iui.mu ll» iiu JIUO j'ltu . Illl nhswer Avhien bolongrs to a totally different lottor altogether. Thus you will soo that lio is leading pooplo astray. , As far as regards the public indignation' which he says is caused hero in Tomorong, I do not know of nny onu thut is indignant' oxcopt him self and, perhaps, ono or two othors. Ho could yet iiii one else to 'sign ;his -letter with liini but \X. Smith, so I think tho tiling shows for itself' who is indignant. Now, as fur us tho ond of it is concornod, as ho tonus i...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Church. TO T1IE EDITOR OF THE , TELEGRAPH. Sill, — I must again crave a small spaco in your valimblo paper to aiiBWor alottorof Mr. Malcolm j Mathio's that appoarod in ,your issue of hist ! wook. Jfr. Matluo states that tho songs men tioned woro not - sung ? in tlio -.Good Templars' Lodgo, and that tlio man. who says so will swoar anything. Now, Sir, I.niri not awaro :that.I ovor said' that tlioso songs . wOro sung in tho Good Templars' Lodgo at Tomorong. What I did say was that thoy ^woro sung iri'';thp Toniorong Church, ii liavo,- of courso, rid knowledge 'of tlio rules und roinilations in-fnrcn ninnnn* t-.lin mnin .bors of tlio said lodgo, and it would bo presump tuous in inq to iissort that , thoy , woro sung in tlio lodgo ; but as thoy were sung in tho building in wlucli^ thoS lodgo 'is hold,' and. on a riiglit whoh that lodgo was, holding ouo of , its mootiugs, surely it is bnt:riaturul thut 'any 'unprejudiced person would bolievo that tli...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Intelligence In Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

intelligence In Uriel'. ..?/itPorgod bank notes are boing oirculatod in tho. Livorpool Plnins district. Owing to tho boisterous woathor,, tbo stonmor did not- ' arrive from Sydnoy yostorday (AVcd nosdaj',) ' Tasmania is contributing nn oxtonsivo trophy. , rind oxbibits of tin to tlio Sydnoy International .Exhibition. . Dog Association, rocontly started by £(?&'/, ievs andfhrmors in tho Codrington district, . Victoria, is doing good sorvico. Tiio umgoos aro boing thinned down rapidly. Oil: tho 16th instant tlio first oxbibits for tho 1 Sydnoy. International Exhibition reached tlio Exhibition grounds, and consisted of throo casos of nrticlos ironi a firm in Birmingham. ? ? Tho holies of .throo men wore loum! in Sydnoy Harbour at 5) o'clock on Eriday morning last, v Two of thom woro Vory much .mutilated by i sharks. , _ _ ' ' -' '? ' Tho convicts 'Wilkinson 'and. Motcalf, who i havo; booiii-lodgGd'in' -Davlinglmrst' gaol sinco 'Wednosday jlast, wore1 sent to Borrima gaol on Eri...

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Original Contribution. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Original Coiitrilmtioii. From Syiluey to -England, - VIA SUEZ CANAL. [By Video.] ???:?? ????? -:i Vll. I [The continuation, of. this nrticlo.was unavoid-: I ablv detained through copy uot having como to hand.] ^ , ; founrisoirovoajed'iafnumbor jof stoamors .wait-v ing. thoir ^tiirn^to ascend the Canal. A, long ['bankvlSfe-sitiid ' commands '- tho* 'onti'ancO on ? tho right, wliilo on -.tho loft; a pior, about two miles long and formed, i'of looso stonos, - loads to tho town of Suez. Outsido of ' tho pier is a, long ' sand-spi t,- partially, .enclosing ?a bay, in which woro scoros of Dhows waiting to fish: and trado. Uno ot those camo oil to-us witli oranges, dates, anil a kind of sweet, not unknown in Sydnoy, culled- '.Turkish doliglit.' A .light-ship lios nour tlio ontrunco to tlio Canal — in tact it.wouhl. be impossiblo lor so many vossols to congrognto . at 1 the . mouth without it. s High, , flat , topped ; rocks of a reddish a])poaraneo lie to tho loft of Suez, but Suoz stands ...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, JUNE, 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

., Nowra Municipal Council. Tuesday, June 24. The Council mot at 7 p.m. — Prasont; Tho Mayor, and Aldorinon Monaghanand Gray.— Tho Mayor brought up tho roportof thoFinancOr Committoo, rocommouding paymont of accounts as follows: F. Sydnoy, £4 4s; E. Dillon, £2 2s;' Bourne & Co., £6 2s 8d. Total, £l2;14s 2d.; Tho report was adopted on tho motion of Aldor inon Mona^'han ami Gray.— Tho miuutcs'of pro-* vions mooting wore road, and confirmed.— Petitions woro received, froiii F. Mooro applj'ing for a culvert on the usual terms, and from Mrs. Bishop tor tho opening ot a drain near her prem isos. Both documonts woro rocoivod for con sideration ^ at.' next mooting. A numerously signed potitiou was receivod from ratoiiayors of Norn, sotting forth that it ujipourod to be tho intention of tho authorities to construct tlio jotty or wharf on tho north sido of tho rivor, and praying that tho Council take such action as may causo it to be erected on tho south sido of tho rivor. After discu...

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Shoalhaen Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JUNE 24. (Before H. G. Morton and B. Brown, Esqs.) BAGATELLE LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Shoalhaven Police Court.' - Nowra, Tuesday, June 2-1. (Boforo H. G. Morton and B. Brown, 'Esqs.)' ' ; '. iiagatelld licenses. j Two applications; ouo froni -H. Mossj-.and tlio other from M. A. Hyam, foraronowal of thoir bagatollo liconses, was grunted. . : BREACH OF THE MUNICIPAL BYE-LAWS.; v Chtu-los Isaac Watson was charged by Sorgount Griovo with unlawfully allowing a horse to stray in a prohibited part of tho Nowra municipality. ? Dofondant ploadod not guilty. Mr.T.M.- Richards appoarod for the dofonco. ' Sergeant Gribye ^doposod to having soon tho horse straying 'on tlio main road near, Mr. Moss' Knhimm O mill 1 0 n'nlnnlr nit flin mimil' nf , fliri 7th instunt ; lie posted a notico to Mr. Wutsou, informing him of the matter ; ho afterwards mot doiendunt, and askbd him if ho received tho notice; dofendant said ho 'had ; ho then asked him if he intended to pay tlio amount; dofond unt replied, ' No ; I don't belong to your mob — I won't pay it atull.' ? ? Tho dofondunt sworo posi...

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Cable Intelligence. Cairo, June, 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Cubic fliBfelfligence. (Ftwn, the Ileruhl. J . Cairo,- Juno: 18. In nccordanco with instructions: from -Paris,' ;tlio Eroncli-; ..Diplomatic :Agont.- nndL'.Consul-:: Gonoral to-day ofilcially notiliod to the IClioilivo. ? that' tlio Eroiich Govorninont , had 'do'cided to insist..'U]ion tho deposition of'his vHiglinoss; ill 'consoquonco of rocont ovonts ;whieh had takon ? pluce in Egypt. , , ? , Jjondon, Juno l\-. Intolligoncoihas boon received that an oartli qualco lias doftroyed tivo villages in tho yicinity of Catania, Island of Sicily. ? Tlio loss of lifo lias^ not yot boon uscoi tuinod. in At a Conservative mooting holdi: this ovoning; ! Sir ? StalTord Northcoto: (Chancellor ? : of tlio Exchoipior), vol'orring , to tlio war in Znluluiid, : said ho antieijiatod tliut 'tlio campaign would bo successfully ? closad boforo ? ' tho'r prorogation 1 of Parliamonii in August. Paris,' Juno 19. A Congross of tho Sonato and : Chiunberi of' Doputios: was hold at .VormUlos to-day, whon :it wa...

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Shoalhaven Notes. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Shoalhaven Xotcs. { f Continued. ) The most thickly inhabited portion of Shoal haven liosj— so far as the l'iyor is concerned— - botwoon tho two ferries at Numbu and Nowra, und is coinprisod'in tho throo contiguous (or con tinuous) townships of Numba, Ternira , and Sown, ot' which the iirst and second uroprivutq townships, and tho third — tho only ono safe from iloods — is an original Government township. Of tho three Numba lies tlio most oasterlv, and lowest- clown .tho river; and after leaving that vory plonsunt stretch of roud which lies within1 tlio principality ol Borrydom, you rouch tho Do Mostro ostato, which consists, I --bolievo,' of .some thirtcon huudrod acros, and adoins tho Berry torritory on its western boundary, and abutting to tho north on tho rivor. This ostato is known by tho ouphonious nutivo appellation of Torrara, and tlio township of tho same namo occupies a portion of tho river J front. . Notwithstanding that a Govornmont township laid boon laidout at Nowra, t...

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WELLINGTON, (N. Z.) June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

WELLINGTON, (N. Z.) ' Juno 19. A mooting of natives has takon place at Pavi liaka, Taraiiaki, atwhich 800 woro prosont. To Whiti suid bo was director of allnirs, but wished for poaco— only ovil moil purposed to go to War. Ho alluded in mythical terms to tlio ])loughing oE tho sottlers' land, ? signifying that it had boon done by his ordors, and that tho mon ongagod must hot bo , injured with impunity. » Tlio Govorninont havo boon informed of tho oxist enco of disContont amongst To AVliiti's followors becauso his pro]ihecios fail and tlio Europoans aro arming., , It is probablo that tho survoy of tho Waimato Plains will soon bo resumed.

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The Sydney Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

The Sydney Butter Market. At a mooitng of tho committoo of the Kiama I Agricultural Socioty, tho Prosidont, Mr. D. L. Dymock, road tho following circular, which wo jgomniond to dairy farmers 'for porusal :— ' CIRCULAR. .. ' It has boon suggostod that a gonoral inarkot or'storo for buttor' aloiio should bo established in Sydney for tho following rousoiis. mi i.V'.rin,-,;. ? ? ,.r ? — ?*?'' JUOOWB-OJOIUIM.UI... UltlitUt OUUUIg., has for a numbor of yo.irs boon comjilamod of us detrimental to tho producer. ' 2nd. About £300,000 worth of buttor is'sold in Sydnoy annually,, scattered throughout tho town, at tlio option of agents at any price obtuin ablo, and liable to rapid cliangos in prico from insufficient. cause — a contrast to.our othor indus tries, ? such as wool, &c., classed here and m London by contending agoncios. ' ,'3rd. Buttoris placed upon the inarkot undor tlio prosont systom in an unsightly form, osp'ociully in .summer. Contiguous to othor articles oxposed for sul...

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POETRY. I Had a Bird in Lonely Vale Reclining. ON "I HAD A FLOWER WITHIN MY GARDEN GROWING." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

P O B T B T. ? I llncl a Bird in Lonfily Vale IBccliniiiig. On 'I Hah a Flower wittiiv my Garden' Gkowing.' i I HAD a bird, in lonoly vnlo roclining, ? In lifo's sweot spring so innocent and froo ; Its plumago bright, nil otlior birds eutsliining, And oyos whoso light was Heavon indeed to mo. Sweot summor camo, amid tlio bower of roses I saw my sweot bird join tlio sportivo throng, 'Witli heart us pure as snow flako tlint reposes | Stainless ou bough when wintor sighs sad song. Tho Tomptor came, wifh smi^y smiles docoiving, Ho lurod my artless in wild woods to roam. Guileless itself, liis honied words bolioving, Ho stolo my treasuro from my happy homo. Cold wintor eamo, I saw iny bird nogloctod, Loft by tho ruthless ingrato to bowail ; Heart-brokon, sad, so palo and wan, dojoeted, |i Drooping liko lily blighted in tho valo. I sought in vain by looks and words endearing, Tho wounded heart of my sweot bird to choor ; For deopor now its griof to mo appealing, ; And, Oh, 'twould mako yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

fflaixc ! illaizc ! ! ^ ' ~V\T ANTED to bny/itfllN. Ilighost ]irico' ? T V given. Apply oft' tlio ofiico of this paper. ? / ^LT^Nos. AV 1 ^ Ei Kfii. I L S, 3d poi Office Store, 1 Nowra.' No. :- Sold Mining liC.ise, Yalivul. NOTICE is hereby give/C, that Interests :in m\ ?' abovo Claim, whicli adjoins the Eclipse No. 2, aro open for al^Sncnt. Payment of .£1. por share on aftotmeU/n&A mils of -r ? ? per nionth: j . ... Applications to b/ mado.- to Jill. LINICBN BAGH, Nowra. ( JAS. GILlILVJr, ?' ' Secretary. June 24, 1879. The Terra s'!» Mo. ' Intond Celebrating tho (A A N N I V E 11 S A It Y or THE ISmdtie off 41»e 'BSoyne O.N Fmixfl July 11, Public Mrmop and Concert^ IX TIIE Brass' Band Hall; .Nowra, ? ; ?Addressos will bo dolivorod during tho Evoning : ? Dinnor on tables 7 o'clock p.m., Tickets, js (hi Each. ' - „ Eurther particulars in-,, a future issno.'t?.-'', .j AV1LLIAM NICHOLSON, Secretary. ? T., II. ETGtoDS, /y JBX / AT LAW, N O Mf^.A . GOEONEB' for tlio l'strict of S...

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Wreckers at Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

Wreckers at Work. A : stoiiy is told of tho wreckers in Cornwall. — A ship was reportod as joining ashore ou a Sunday when all hands V%e church. The clergyman seeing his congregation about to mako a gonoral rush, called out for tliem to wait, that I10 had something import ant to say to tliem. Ho quiotly slipjied off i .? ? ? ...i ? j.1, ~ ? ~'L «,wl 1 Jllb yUWJL, yiuiiuu. IUU JLlUUr UX bUU UlllllUU, anu., said, 'now then boys, let us all start fair!' The Cornwall wrockers may liavo been bad enough, but foi\ deliberate and wholesale plunder we can safely back tlie crowd that gathered round tlio.' spot where tlio ill-fated Monaro went ashore. Vlt appears that the wreck was guarded until tlie hull was sold, and that wlion peoplo went on board to try and save their goods tliey found that eveiy package that could be got hold of was ran sacked, and after things wero got aslioro. and in tho face of a. supposed guard of tho polico from Moruya; the samo wholesale plundering wont onl It is- v...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Monaro Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

. MISCEIiliATIfEOlJS. Monaro Incidents. It is truly said that under the most solemn ? circumstances incidents of a ludicrous nature transpire. The woclc of tlie Monaro appears to liave been no exception in that respect. Among tho passengers thoro was a most verdant fresh arrival from tho Groon Isle. Tlio terror depicted 011 tlio face of this indi vidual, when glimpsos of it woro caught now and again by the effects of . tlie blue lights, is said to havo been a sight never to liave beon forgotten by thoso who beheld it. But terri Pied as ho was on board tho stranded vossel, ho seemed to havo 'boon still moro afraid to leave her. Witli the oxception of tho girl who appeared to be haunted in tlie darkness of tlio scene by the idea of: the open jaws of a shark, even tho women aiul. children wero courageously composed, and' permitted themselves, iiv tlio dark of night, to bo lowered down into tho bontsby means ? of ropes and in otlier ways, lit was difEor ont, howovor, witli the aforesaid...

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LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 26 June 1879

LEAVES               For Bomaderry, Cambewarra, Moss Vale, and Sydney, daily (Saturday excepted), at 2.30 p.m. For Terrara, Numba, and Pyree, daily (Sun- day excepted), at 10.15 a.m.   For Tomerong, Wandandian, Milton, and Ulladulla, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur-   days, at 10.15 a.m. For Burrier, on Wednesday and Saturday, at 11 a.m.     For Braidwood and Nerriga, on Thursday, at 4 a.m.     For Broughton Creek and Kiama, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2.30 p.m.

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Elopement of a Governor's Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Elopement, of a (» overnor'.s Uauglitet*. I r.uiTi.'OHD, Conn., March 22. — Hartford's host circles wore shocked to-day by the announce-' liient of the elopement of tho youngest daughtor' of the ox-Govornor lliohard J). Hubbard with hoi- father's coachman. In soino rospeets tho aflair po.ssosscs romantic features. Tho man in this caso is Frcdorick Shopanl. a rather fino appearing young follow ot 2o. of Amorican parentage, and according to statomonts of thoso who know him, of fair roputation. IIo has been in,, tho omploy^ofv.Govornpr _ Hubbard for live or six months. The horomo riii the case is the Governor's youugost daughtor, Nollio, a pretty blonde of 19,: highly oducatod and of fascinating niaunors. Fow had suspected any relations towards young Sliopard other than might properly oxist toward a trusted omployoo .of her father, but somo of tlio gossips nbtod with suspicion the frctpioncyof their horseback ridos, anil that sho was often riding alone with him in a buggy. Nono of thes...

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