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Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGHAVII. Siitj— I must again ask you to allow me a fow linos in your journal to answer a most unjusti fiable and untruthful attack on mo by Mr. Alexander Bryco, iu the columns of the Slwal haven News, of tho 21st instant. Mr. Bryco quotes first from a former letter thus : ' The Messrs. Barliam state, 'my fatlior gave the ground for: a church only. And then goes on to say, ' It is not a gift, — it is a lease, vested in tho : hands of trustees; tho trustees gavo the Good Templars exclusive permission to hold their meetings in tho said building^ — thon tho question arises, what is tho othor party doing thoro ? I do not think any rospectablo ponson would go to such an out-of-the-way. placo, at a late hour of tho night, to viow larrikins doing mischief.-' Now, sir, I must ask you if this paragraph is not, to say tho least of it, vory ambiguous. Mr. Bryce (and ho signs liimsolf 'A Trustee ')u says that tho trustees gave...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sundry Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Sundry Matters. [by WAYFIUM.] That tho long lookod-for bridge ovor tho Sliool liavon is now boing commoncod is a inuttor of congratulation to tho residents of this district ill particular, and tho South Coast in general. Will bo roadily admitted, no only bucatlsu our beloved Shoalhavonors — who aro now separated by this groat geographical barrier and by local bias may have untramelled facility tor commercial anil social intercourse, but because tho character ot tuo Btructuro indicates tnat it is tno lirsr, see)) towards tho ostablishmont of the coast railway, which will givo to Sydnoyians the puro anil wliolosomo products of this 4 ' Eden of tho South,' and niako Illawarra little loss than a suburb of our dolightful capital. Tho Shoal havon Bridgo at tho south, and tho National Park at tho north aro incontestable proofs that even tho avowed opponents of tho llliiwarra railway aro waiving thoir objections to it. If the National Park is to bo used as such, accoss to it by rail will bo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commission Agency. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Commission Agency* I [By Albion.] No. I. Among itll classes of tlio farming community in this colony, thoro appoars to bo a gonoral fconclusion that tho Commission Afjonts of Syd iioy; and 'of Sussox-stroot in particular, aro a fclass of dishonest moii,'who thrivo on ill-gotton Wains; aiul drain tho pockots of tho farmorH. Whorovor j'ou go; from Twofold liny in tho South, to tlio Twood Rivor in tho north, and tlio whole of tho inland agricultural and dairying Producing districts, tho cry is still tho sumo, .Tho agonts aro robbing mo,' says Donnis Murphy to his neighbour, Miko Smith. ' Tlio robbers ' sdys Milto, 'it's mosolf that knows that samo td bo thruo. Suro I sint a proimo kog o' buthor last wook, ail' mo 1-ocaipo says, sould at tinpeincoi' Says Donnis, 'ho took twoponco off mo, aii' mo naabors all gottin' tho lloight.' ' Oil ! bediul,' ldjoins Miko, ' I sint ton bags of coori n to mo agouti an' ho cut moolf two bushols in tlio weight( an' whin the bags como to 1110, lio sint 1...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Contributions. Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Original Contributions. Review. Palestine Ro-pooplcd : or Scattofed Israol'rf Gathering. A sign of tho tiinos, by tho Rov. Jiunos Noil, 13. A., incumbent of Christ Churchy Jerusulem, J. Nisbot & Co., London, 1877. The author states in his preface that Palestine ' is awakening to now lifo, and that tho Israolitos are' actually returning to its shores in such num-* bors as the}' have novor boon known to do, sinccf thoir formal brtnishmout by tho Emporoi' Hadrian in tho year a.B. 1 3a. While thoso who returned in former yoars, whotlior under Pagan / ' Christian, ot Moslem rulors, were equally the' subjects of extortion, oppression, and contHintrlyV tlioy aro now beginning to hold a position of comfort, independence, and power/ . * Tho four or five years previous to 1877 havo witnessed a return of tbo Jews to Palostiiitf from all parts, - but moro especially from Russia, which has been altogether unprecedented. In! that yea}' She Hobrow population of Jorusalom was probably doubl...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Presentation* TnE friends of Mr.10, S. Roberts, telegraph; station-mastor and postmaster at Nowi-a, late of .Torrara, met at Mr. J). Hyam's Commercial Hotel, Ton-ara, for the purpose of presenting him with a purso of sovereigns ami an address, in viow of his meritorious conduct asi telegraph station-mastor at Torraral W. Lovcigiwei-Usq . ; Mayor of Central Shoalhavon, was yoted.to the chair, and in a happy and appropriate speech dwelt oil tho-leadiiiff faritiirfiK rif ATt. Hi ilinrfs' character, prosented him with a pui'se containing. 30 sovereigns, and read tho address, of which the ?following quotation is a copy. 'TO . 'Mb. GEORGE 3. ROBERTS, ' Terrara, 1879. ' Deak Silt, — 'Wo, tho undorsigncd residents of Shoalhavon, bog to oxpress our regret at your .removal from tlio office of telegraph ;mttster at. Torrara ; and fool that wo- cannot ' permit ;you to sever your official ! connection' with us withoiit offering you some tokon of the osteom which your .;upngh.t, obliging-, and go...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

LOCAL IiVTJEIiLI&JGATCE. .... Yalwal. — Vory rich stono is now boing raised from tho Pioneer Company's claim, and a tew oxcollonti speciuions are on view at Mr. Linkonbagh's shop, Nowra. ? Lirji Asst/iiAXCE.— Wo request tho attention of our readers to an advertisement in another column, notifying that a local agoncy for that popular and rapidly progressing life assurance society, ''The Australian Widows' Pund' has' boon established at Shoalhavon. 'l'hoj spocial features of this society are— lowratos of premium - to combiuo safety : limited to' lifo business only ; no power to amalgamate with any other com-, pauy ; policies unconditional and unchallongo-., ablo oxcopt for fraud ; all profits bdoiuj to the members; mombers havo entire mainigomont of; affairs ; non-forfeiture of policies through non 2-uymcnt of renewal jiremiuiiis or mis-stainmeiit of. age; oxponso of mauageiuent on most economi-' cap scale; a monthly audit ; policios may bo surrouded on equitable terms ; claim...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Central Shonlhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Central Shoalhuveu 9Euiiicii-al Council. Teiuiaha, Tuesday, July 1. Tire Council mot at tho usual placo at 3.30 p.m. Prosont — Tho Mayor aud Aldormon Monaglian, Ilyam, Lamond, and M'Lqan, Alderman Elyard boingjabsont through indisposition. MINUTES. Tho minutes of provious mooting woro road and confirmed. UOlUlKSrOJl'UEKUli. Outwards. — 1. To tho Minister for Minos, ?applying . for tho pponing and proclamation of the bush road from Torruiu to Jervis Bay, and for a sum of monoy to improvo ; the said road. ' 2. iTo' Broughton Crook and Boinaderry Council on tho'- subject' of obtaining tho solo control of tho horso proposed terry. atU'orrariVaudlSpolong. 'Inwards. — 1. From tlio 'Council.-- Olork at Broughton Crook, in roply to No. '2 outwards, stating that it would bo ? considorod on , tho 5th instant; 2. From A. Wober, Fsq. (in roply to one from the Mayor), enclosing plans and speci fications of first, socoiul, and third class cul verts. . v ? . MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. - ? Error in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Wiiateveu may have boon tlio bovorago of tho gods — and it is boliovod that thoy indulgod in uoctaroan draughts, somo of tho host olforts of the |K-cts aro said to havo boon oll'usod undor tlio inspiration of no loss potation than gin. It was Byron's favourato indulgence, and sjied tho fanoy of many othors of colobrity. Thus it has both a pootic and practical uso, and to tho lattor lias it boon most efficaciously put by the groaf or origi nator of Udolpho Woifo's fcjcdicdam Aromatio Schnapps. — Adv. IIolloway's Pills. — Bilious complaints and irrogularitios of tho systom producod by ilopravod or ovor-abundant bilo, can always bo corroctoil by a fow dosos of thoso inestiinablo Pills which aro ovorywhoro admired for thoir raro combina tion of ihildnoss and power, for though they con quor with oaso ami rapidity tho most obstinato (lisooso thoy navor woakon tho stomach or nocossitnto, any .interruption of ordinary duties or amusomont. On tho contrary thoy incroaso tho appotito and stron...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, JULY 1. (Before their Worships John Monaghan and B. Brown, Esqs.) BALANCE OF ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 3 July 1879

Slionllutveii Police Court.. Nowxa, Tuesday, July 1. * (Boioro- their Worships John Monaghan and -Bv ? Brown,- lisqs.) ? ......... BALANCE. OF ACCOUNT. S' ?15. Finnogan v. Dr. llobortsson, goods sold' ivnd doliverod,'.i!i) !)s. Od; - .. xi-, Dol'ondant had filed no do fonco, but made a 'statement. to. tlio; oifo'ot ; that 'prior to- his'taking. his departure from tho Manning: Ilivor he had, ' by advortisement, advised all. his creditors to apply to his agont, Mr. Cochrane, for payment) ; that upwanls ot ill), the proceeds of his salo, i had boon appliod for tho payinont of his accounts, anid that tlio hill before tlio court , might thon have beon paid if iu just claim. - Ho had never . pureliased but two ;? articles' Jreouy tho firm that now sued hun. 0. Murrayi in ovidoneoi producoil ; a power of aitornoy to actus agont loi'-irr.. II. Fiuuegain . of Tarroo, Manning River, tor goods sold and dohvorod. Two.' payments— Aj. audi 1.6s.-— wore acknowledged, leaving a, balance of £7 11 9d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

A VNiYintSAZ panacoa is almost suro to boni' univorsnl imposition, that oharlatanism, blatant as is its truinpot, cannot blow into acceptability or roputo. Thoso spocifics that assiuno to euro' everything cure nothing, nnd honco it is that Udolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatio Solinapps is only a poworful safeguard against gout, gravel; ilatuloncy, dyspepsia, whotlior ohronio or acuto, norvous (lobility, urinary or renal obstructions, torpid livor, stagnant condition of tho blood; nlal-iissiirtilation'of food, vital oxliaustion, ami similar affections. — Adv. Dew op TrtE Alps. — Tlio tonicand vitnliningf proportios of this agroonblo vogotablo spooiliii liavo boon fiilly to'stod in all tho various olimatori of Australasia, and tho itnivor'sal opinion of our poajjlo' sooms tp. bo tlmt it is tlio firitist tonio, tho mo'stroliablbVostorativo, itnd tho surostprovontivcf of all opidcdnic and ondoiriio diseases that lias ovot r'e'iic'hea us.- To Mcfssrs. M. Moss and Co. wo aro indobtod foT ou'...

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A Theory in regard to Food. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

A Theory in regard tit Food. The Pall Mall Ouzeltc says : — ' A Gorman | physicinn lins started a now theory with rogard to food. Ho maintains that both tlio vegotarians and inont-oatSrir aro on tho wrong tnck. '^ogo tablos aro 'not moro wholosomo than moat, or moat than vogotablos, and nothing is gainod by consumiiur a compound of both. Wliatovo1' nutritivo qualitios thoy may possoss, ho says' aro dostroyod in gt'eat moasiu'o and of ton entirely by tho process' of cooking. All food should lie oaten raw. If this prnctico wero adopted, thoro would bo littlo or no illness among human boings. Thoy would live thoir apportioned time, anil simply fado away, liko animals in a wild state I from old ago. Lot tlioso afflicted with gout, rheumatism and indigostion try for a timo tho ! oil'oct of a simplo, uncooked diot, such as oysters | 'and fruit for instanco, and thoy will find all modiciuos unnecessary, and such a rapid I improvomont of thoir .hoalth that tlio}' will j forswear all cookod ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Prince Imperial. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

The I.nte Princc Impcrlai. f From Men of the Timc.J ' Eugene Louis Joan Josoph Napoloon (Princo Imporinl of Franco), son of tho lato Emporor Napoloon III. and tho Empross Eugonio, was born Match 10, 185G. For some timo gront fears woro ontortainod, on account of his (lolicrtcy of houlth which improvod vory much in tho sumniOr of 1807. In 1870 ho accompanied liis fittlior to tho sent of war, and was prosont, on August 2, at tho capturo of SnnrbrUch, wlion tho Emporor tolographod to tho Empross at Paris this momorablo despatch : — ' Louis has just rocoiv'ed his baptism of firo. Ho showod admirable coolness, and was not atnllaffoctod. A division of goneral FroiBsnrd had captiirtd tho hoiglits which cverlook tho loft bank at Snarbriick. Tho' Prussians mado but a short rosistanco. Wo woro in tho front rank, but tho bullots and cannon bulls foil at our foot. Louis lias kopt a bullot which foil closo to him. Somo of tho soldiors wopt at sooing him so calm. Wo havo only lost ono officer and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How much Butter per Cow? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

How^ mbucIs ISutter ''per Cow? The following . extract from'/ tho ' Marin County Journal' will bo of interest to farm ers. The editor makes a fow extracts from Eastern Journals in reference to the large quantity of butter obtained by New Zealand farmots-from their cows, and thus comments tlioreon . Probably many of our Marin dairymen would bo incredulous if told that tlioy do not mako quite one-half as much butter to 3ho cow a^ do their brethren in portions of the Now England States. Some time ago wo published a statement that a herd of about 200 cows in this county had made an average for tho season of 220 pounds of buttor per cow, and this wo aro certain was true, but our faith is not shared by all our roadors. AVe find ''some woll authenticated statements published in the ' Caledonian' of i St. Jolmsburg, Vermont, which show nearly double tho product per cow. of our. dairymen. A fow oxcorpts from- this papor will bo of ifJtorost : — I send' you a statement of the butter mado from...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Royal Meanness. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Itojral Meanness. I The London correspondent of 'Figaro' accounts for the failuro of the Empress Elizabotli of Austria to visit the Quoen at Windsor on hor roturn from hor fox-hunting expedition to Ireland. Whotlior truo or not, tho story is at loast interesting. A year ago, when the Empress's visit to London drow noar its close, she went to Windsor ono wintry Sunday to mako a farewell call on Queen Victoria. According to tlie etiquotto of the Court the hour of her arrival and departuro had been announced beforehand. Ono of tho Royal cBiTiagos awaited her at tho station, and took hor up to the castlo through a driving snow-storm. Tho visit over, tho Empress took her departure at tho proscribed time and was not asked to remain, aiuiuugu ino storm nati increased in iury. Such an invitation would have been only an act of common politeness for common people, hut it would liavd violated thb canons of Court etiquette. On tho way back to tho station one of the horses slipped and toll, caus...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

The attontion of - tlio British Government, so '??? far as foreign relations aro concerned, is concentrated principally, at the present junc ture, on tho course of ovonts at the southern and north-eastern extremities of tlio great' African Continent ; in other words, on tho Zulu war, and tho problem involved in the conduct of Government in Egypt. Nor can intelligent Englishmen nnj'wliere, wo appre .hond, regard such matters with indifference, ovon apart from tho possibilities, which aro hut remote, we imagine, in the present state of tho. political world, that nn oxtensive in ternational ombroglio may spring from the consequences of a disjmte insignificant in it si. -If. A verymodornte amountof historical or Biblical information is sufficient to create in moBt minds a lively interest rogarding what goes on in the anciontland of Egypt. Its immemorial history, its ancient greatness, its imposing monuments, its connection with tho origin of the arts and scionces, and with ovonts which,...

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Extraordinary Scandal in Rome. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

iSxtraordinary iif ' Rome. A lawsuit wa& commenced by a young lady of great personal attractions, named Adole Provasoli, against tho testamentary heirs of Victor Emmanuel, namely, King: Humbert, Prince Amadous, the Queen of Portugal, the Princess Clotildo Bonaparte, and Comnien datore Tisone, tho Master of - the' King's household. In December, 1868, the Prova soli family went from Lombardy to Florence to ..obtain^' '.facilities tor the education of Edward Provasoli, a lad who aspired to be a painter. Pecuniary distress fell on the family, and a council was held on the best mode of providing fSnds. It wassuggosted that an application should be made to Victor Emmanuel to bog a free post in some artis tic institution for the boy Edward.- ? But his Majesty treated this application very coldly. It was then determined to make' a frosli : application, and to send Adelo Provasoli, thon scarcely. 17, as ambassadress in person to the King. . This time his Majesty was less obdurate, an...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

' EiOCAli IKTJBMiSCl-ESfCE. Dentistoy. — On roferonce to our advertising columns it will bo soon that Mr. A. BurnO). sur geon-dontist, will visit Torrara, professionally, I ?on- Wednesday, July lO.^As his stay is limited | to two days, it will bo necessary for thono re quiring his sorvieos to inako oarly appllqiltion. | ' Battle or the Boyne.' — Tho mCiiiltors of tho Torrara L. 0. L., No. 70, intend coleb'niting l tho abovo with a dinnor and concert in tho Isand ? llall, Nowrn, on Friday ovoningnoSt. Addresses will bo dolivored during tho owning.- Should the weathor continue propitious, no doubtl thoro will-bffa'good attendance.-,., - ; . . v ? 'NiiWi Tuuv Oluk.— Wo havo boon informed that it is tho intoution of several of tho loading sporting' gontlemen of the district to form , a I 'now' turf: club at Slioalhavon. With such mon as we havo. -heard mentioned at tho head of ail'airs; wo liavo no doubt as to tho futnro succcss of tlio Now Shoalliavon- Turf Club. : SnoALiLWEN Ankuai, E...

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The Circulation of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

fhe Circitlflitioia of tlie Bible.. TnE ' Printing Times ' publishes Bomo interesting statistics respecting tho circula tion of tho Biblo during tho prosont century. The British and Foreign Society is far in advance of any othor existing institution of tho kind as regards tho numbor of copies issued. It was founded in 1 804, and, accord ing to the statement referred to, has circu lated upwards of 82,000,000 volumes. - Tho American Society, instituted somo 13 years later, has attained a circulation of nearly 35,000,000. No othors in existence at all approach theso two organisations in respect of the magnitudo of their operations.. All tho German sociotios togotlior havo issued 8,300,000, tho Swiss sociotios nearly 2,000,000, the French upwards of 1,(500,000, the societies in the Netherlands something over 1,287,000. Tho Hibernian Society, which is noarly as old as tho British and Foreign, has issued in tlio' 'course of its existence about 4,189,000 Bibles, aud tho National Society of...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. NORWA, TUESDAY, JULY 8. (Before B. Brown, Esq.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

fSHonlhnvcii I'olice Court. ?Nowra, Tuesday, July 8. (Boforo B. Brown, Esq.) . 'OBSCENE LANGUAGE. - Jdhti felly Was charged by Constable Morris with liaving mttdo uso of obscene language at Terriira, on tho 3rd instant, ; Defendant pleaded guilty. Fined £2, and 4s lOd costs; in default of pay- I mont 7 days in gaol. Tho latter altornativo was accepted. -.?? : - ? Thomas Groor, of Grfconwtill Point, was charged by Sergeant Griovo with having mado uso of obscene language in a public^ placo at Numba. . ' i Mr. Richards, who appeared for dofondant, applied for a postponement until tlio arrival of a socond magistrate. Sorgeant Griovo objoctod to tlio jibstponomont for the reason that ho had brought sovorul wit nesses from Numba. , -i Defendant pleaded guilty. , j Fined £2, costs of Court, 4s lofl, and three witnesses' expenses, 15s. Fitie-paid. Tho samo_ defondant wte. 'then 'chained by ConstaHo Morris ^ith Wiving mado uso- of obscene lariguago in a public place atTorwira,, on tho same d...

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Street Silhouettes. A MITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Street Silhouettes. A MITE. 'Walking one gusty January evening through Jioven Dials; when the wind came whistling Jound the corners of all the streets) blowing: apparently from evory point of tho' compotes -, at , once, and chilling tho very marrow iffl '/no's bones from whichever quarter it came, : .1! suddenly found myself in tho midst of a . Jurbulent, ill-aiKelling, ill-favoured crowd, : -Amen wnis issuing' trom a public-house, accelerated in its- exit by throe sturdy ,. .?;!' chuckers out' whom I descried at tlio- door »f the bar. Confused for a moment at tho suddon swarm of civilised barbarians by whom I was surrounded, I took refuge vtn a neighbouring doorway, where I fell into a -..?sort of reveiio respecting the comparative -- virtues of the subjects of Cbtowayoand' thoso ? .»£ her Majesty herding tho slums around 3iio. I was- awakened from my short dream , Toy a pinch on- the calf of my logr and look ing. down I saw a little figure standing at eidor which, by tho 'strange'...

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