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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOAL HAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

[?] SlK, — In view of tho fact that on Friday noxt tho «*! '4 .ratopavors of this municipality will havo tho op- fBl'- '? pbrtunity' affovdod thorn of saying whothor thoro lBf ?'(/ shall bbanymo,ro|mblichousos ostablishedamotig- V&M i usMuvingtho noxt threo years, may I nsk yon to , -^Ej insort the enclosed oxtract from a speech madd ' iSrB by Sir Alfred Stophon at tho annual mootiiig of JBT B tho Church of England Tomperanco Socioty, ^»' 'U»U ill 1.PJ U1IL y M X\J\\ lll^UI.-3 ll^Ui X'lUlll IIIO T high social position, nnd his long oxporionco os ./ fr . n barrister, and nftorwiirds as a judgo, fownto f'J $\- bottor qualified to bo hoard than' ho. Tho im- Jibt jv''' pbrtanoo of tho subjoct must bo my apology for fcS ) j,l trespassing so fat upon your snaeo. |'f I Yours sincerely. £f I /l(' FRANK ELT-En. Si | - Tho Parsonage. 1 Wt\\l' Nowra, fith Fobrnary, 1882. (j ffl -? ' 'A drunkon man made a bad hnshnnd, a bad1 js| * '? ? fathor, and a bad friond. Thoro wns wasto of « i- /...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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NUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

NUMBA. At Numba we loavn that Mr. Leslio is elected unopposed, and that Mr. P.' W. Hall lias been olocted in liou of Mr. Condon, Messrs. Barron and Suna boing auditors.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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GENERAL SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

CENTUAL SHOALHAVEN. At noon on Tuosday, tho returning-offieer, Mr. John Monajjhnii, J.I3., roml tho nominations for Tovrar.i Ward, viz. : John Parker Broroton. surgoon ; Chas. I. Watson, journali&t; nnd '-Richard Bartlott.- Nono of theso having with drawn, tho poll will take place next Saturday for Torrara Wnrd. Mr Josopli Eorsyth, .inn., was tho only caudidato for Crookhn von Ward, nnd ho wns doclmwl duly oloctod ; as woro Messrs. Potor Walsh and Maurice Marcus to tho ollico of auditors, thoro boing no othor candidate

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A SWIM FOR LIFE: A WESTERN EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

A SWIM FOR LIFE : A WESTERN EPISODE. 11 Say, stranger, there'u something wrong yonder, ain't thore?' Thun Bpoka a rough-looking miner on tho outskirts of the oamp to a Moxioan who was walking hastily pact. The stranger under stood bnt itmierloetly tho remark addressed to him, but replied, ?' Horses stole,' and pro ceeded on hiB way, hia lorjg epuru jingling ut every atep. Tbe miner looked after him anxiously, and when he had disappeared down the hill, turned towarus iuu uttiouu, uiuuuEiug huiuu thing about hocse-tbievaa and hanging, and Btrolled, or, aa ho would hava himself said, ' lonfod' into the bar, whore su exoifecd assembly was gatherod. ' Wu'all, they're gone clean sway,' oriod tho owner oi the misoiug animals ; ' and my hoasoB nor donknya don't stray by nature. Thorn's bin somo Shievos around, you bot !' ' Like enough ; but who's tha man ? Howsomever, if we keloh him, (jentlomeD, wo'll shoot him fair.' '.Give him » trial and rope him— that'B the ouro,' Baid tho owner. ' Aud...

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Cambewarra Post-office. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

Cambewarra Post-oflicc. Tnu following is a copy of tho petition, referred to by a conespondont at Cambowarra in our last issuo, against the removal of tho post-office at that placo fiom its prosont position : — 'To tho honorablo tho Postmastor-Gonoral, Now South Walos. 'Tho potition of tho undorsigned inhabitants of Cambowarra and the surrounding neighbourhood ' Humbly showoth — ' That it having eomo to tho knowledgo of your petitioners that a potition has boen sent in to your dopnvtmont praying thnt tho postal route coaso to dovinto to Cambowarra as at prosont, and ns a eonsoquoneo that tho Post-ofilco should Jbo sliiftcd in aecordaneo with such alteration, youv petitioners would regard such a stop as inflicting on thorn a serious injury, insomuch that tho -present post-ofHco being closo to tho Public school, Union Church, School of Avts, hotel, and placos of business, its romovnl nonvly throo quarters of n milo away, to a point almost destitute of population must causo groat incon...

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nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHARTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

[?] BELLA'S HERO 5 OB ' The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STOBY OF THE 'WELSH MARCHES. Bx SYLVANUS COBB, Jto. ? » ? . ' . CHAPTER XI.— (Continued.) The young marquia listened attentively ; then asked a few questions, in order (o gftin further particulars of tho widow's story, and then ho bent his head in thought. At length he looked up, and laid his hand . _ upon tho old 'towaid's nrra. ' Mark, do you know if young Conway had busied himself in looking after this li'itz Eustace?' 'Yos, my lord — he had.' ' Had he done jfc, do you think, so that the man could have had anv susnicion that George was watohing him ?' The old man meditated fora little time profoundly. At length lie answered very slowljvand thoughtfully : 'I know, once, my lord — it was when George had been in this very room to see your fathor— Colonel Pitz Eustace mat him, or came up to him, as ho w.w going away, and anked him sharp and impertinent questions. ' And, again. — Lofc me see.' Evidently Mark was labouring to re...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

Cricket. A Ciiioket mutch -wns pluycd lit llunicr on Saturday lint, 1)0 tvcontliollimicr mid Cuinlvjnarm dnli«, which tenniiwled in favour of tho former club by 77 mns. On the llurrlor siilo Jre^l-s. TlmniMin, nMdulpli, and Biirron, cli^plnjcd excellent crioltct; wliilo for the aproning tnim^Ir. Richmdson in lmlting nnd Jresara. 1'r.iser anil Bico in bouhng were to tho foic. Somonf (holhirricr raits tlionral meat promUe— but then, Timv I'hactisu. Subjoined nro tho (.cores :— nUliEIEllC.C. ll.Tli(l!lulph,oFnuer,bO'Ki!ll 0 bTOpo'.'!!!.1.!!*.1*'''. ? 11 nThorburn.bri.iser ? 0 b 0'Neil ? 2 M. Tliomwu, b O'Neil ? 8 notout.::..' ? SX ,W. Kennedy, b Nrnscr ? „ fi o Dice, b Fniscr ........: (! .T. Tlmrbnrn, h.w., b Eraser..;' I. b Pieluu-dson..... .........; 11 ;.T.'Mnll,o Sinclair. b O'Noil... 1 ;b Fniscr ..'.;........;..„...;. 0 ;W.Uurvon,ollurnior,blJriLsor OibHico ..;....................?. '0 T. llidilnlph, »t. Pichimlson... 0 b Dice ..........;....... ? : ;'? 0 R. Kennedy, b O'Neil „:....

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natural history. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

[?] MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By Donald Cameron. BnT rcvcnons -\ nos moulsns, to come back to Billy's adventure. Ho had been for . some time confined to a little paddock that was off tho garden, as his butting pro pensities frightened tho woinnn. Soine Low or other the wicket had been left opon, find Master Billy strolled into the yard th&t enolosed tUo kitchen to investigate . . and to discover if there was anyone who ? ' -would favour him with a butt. Behind xne jaicnen were wua a ened, m wlitoh Qondio ?worked whon in tho humour. , This day ho waa engaged on his knees mending my aunt's favourito cbair, a work to whioh he gave great attention, for ho greatly respected my aunt. Hia back view was the firBt objoot presented to Billy when he . strolled in, and ns tho old man moved backwards and forwards, tho youog ram at once took his action aa a defiance. Putting ' himself in tho proper posture, Billy charged full at Gondio, iind with a sounding whack ? sent him sprawling...

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THE BEDROOM. HOW TO FURNISH IT FOR HEALTH AND COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

THE BEDE00M. ' ?.' . HOW S3 TUENISH IT FOE HEALTH AND COJIPOBT. A bedroom s'-iould inipresa tho observer with the idea of a dainty cleanliness reign ing supremo in every part of it, whilo the prevalence of cool, soothing tones of colour suggest repose and rest. The paint might be delicate ofaooolate, the walls sof b pea greon ; no colour equals green for giving rest to the oyes, and in ita paler tints it offeM a pleasant sense of coolness during thoy aro free from tho suspicion of coldness seen in many of tbo grey shades commonly used. Light colours make a room appear ? larger than the dark Bhade3. Woodwork, painted chocolate, and cream walls look well with bright bluo fnrnituvo covering and ourtain3, or maroon paint and citrine well with deep blue. A wall of a pale tone of blue and sage-green woodwork will harmoniso with furniture coverings bear ing a design of autumn tinted leaves. Stained boards are without doubt best for bed-rooms ; a square ot carpet covers the centre, leaving ...

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DE TALLER CHINEE. (AS DISCUSSED IN THE CABIN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

DB YALLEB, OHINEE. (as discussed in the cabin.) He kin pick up a Hbbin' wharebbsr he goes By wukin' da railroad an' washin' olo olo'aa ; He kin lib' 'boat as obeap its a leather-wing . bat, For he watohes de rat market keen rb a oat ; An' his bo'ad ac' his rations is pretty nigh free, For a mighty smart ouas is de jailer Ohinee. II. Sen, he's not gwina to keor what' yon pat him to st&v. An' his eatin1 don't oost bat a nickel a day ; An' he won't gib a straw for de finest hotel, Whon a elab-cided Bhanty will suit him us well ; An' a empty ola box, or a holler gam-tree, Is a big boa'din'-houae for de yaller Ohinee. III.. An' he eats IHtle mioe when do blaokberries fail, Till de ha'r on his head gets de shape ob a tail; &n' I kuowbyhisolo'oa au'hia BnnScnllua face ' Dat he oomes from a scrnbby an' one-gallus t&oe; An' I's trabbled a heap, bnt I nebber did feo Saoua oarieomo chap na de yaller Ohinoe. IV. Dis oonntry was made for tie whites an' de blacks, For dey ...

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Science. SCIENCE OF VALUE TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

^dmtt SCIENCE OF VALUE TO ALL. M. QuATBEFAdES, in an address boforn the French Aasooiation for the Advance ment of Science, at Bordeaux, thus am phasizsB tho value of scientific knowledge, not only for those, who inako it a speciality, but for all practical and intelligent raon : — All men cannot bo expected to enlist under tha banner of profesFional science. But all may and must rcquko ecientific notions, euilioient at least to understand tho utility of tho intervnntion of speciil men, and to be ablo to judge when that intervention becomes ncoessary. Science is nowadays omnipresent, and tends more and more to become the sovereign of tho world. 'What industry is there that does not want tho help of the engineers, anil would remain content with the progress alroady accomplished ? What branch of manufacturers would declino the help of nVirtinintrw ? Whitt. Tnpdirftl nrafitifcionGl'. worthy of th-it name, would consent to forsake physiology, that complex science, tho offspring of chemi...

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Bee Slaughter and Important Hints. PROF. A. J. COOK. MICHIGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

15e« SHniitflrtci' ami Important Mints. l'ROV. A. J. COOK, SUOrilQAN ACIUIOUl/l'UIUJi coTii.i:br.. Tins has boon one of, tho most disastrous winters for boos over known in tho 'conn- try.. Boos wore' poorly prepared last autumn ; add to this tho long confinement (our boos at tho, Collego had no flight from November 10 till February 10), and wo soo good cause for tho mortality. Boos tliat' havo boon kept in an ovon tomporaturo, at about '101 1\, and wore supplied with abund anco of good food, aiy1 probably all right dospito tho long severe cold. Our boos that ?wore put in tho collar nro in fino condition, whilo over half tho colonios that wore packed out doors aro lost, and Iho othors groatly reduced. -Sojfar as I can loarn, all colonios loft unprotected iu*tlio Northorn States aro dostroyod. BliosMi chaff hivos wintered better than th/seffacked in straw. ' I visited an apiary last week where the forty-two colonios wero all in chaff hives ; one-eighth' of tho colonios woro doad^whilo...

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"In the Gloaming," [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

' £» the Gloaming,' Ly the gloaming, when the memory wandors back, far away o',pr, the lapse of years to the happy sunny days of\cliildhood ; back to tho dear old home, when tho home circle was complete, care a thing unknown ; and ambition had not awaked in the young heart when the present proved gay and joyous, and the futuro a tranquil sea and all smooth sailing. Timo rolls on — care has shadowed the young brow, ?'tfn^'ltutiou is aroused by_ the young hear^j^.^J-e is a vacant chair by the old hearth^ ?no little circle is broken, for ono lias goui to make glad a stranger's home.. Time rolls on, and life's sea has proved tempestuous for tho frail barques launched upon its doop waters. The eirclo in tho dear old homo is again broken; ono more has gono to form new ties and live in the light of a husband's smile. Time rolls on — anothor has left the old fireside, but not to muko new ties, or make glad a stranger's home. Ah ! no — our darling lies still and cold, the bright eyes dim, an...

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Dr. Tarrant on the Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

lie. Tai-rantf. on tUa Tsawi ways. Considering tho contumely which somo pooplo tried to heap on tho member for Kiama, when very early ho noticed what is only now beginning to dawn upon others', it will be rather gratifying to him and to his friends to notice the indication' of chango of public opinion- on this point in Sydney, as shown by tho-1 following oxtract from a leader in tho JleraU a short timo ago : — ' Nearly ovorybody is in somo degree awaro of the loss of public inohoy.'aud the injury to both public and privato interests, caused by tho experiments .of tho Govornmont in constructing tramways. Somo of tho evil has boon tho result 'of wantof 'knowledge, for tramway construction is a ''comparatively now thing with us, nnd our authorities having no ono whom they could trust to teach thorn, havo had to learn by painful oxporioncoT-painfiil, that is, to the -travelling public, to tho residents in street? spoiled by tlio tramways, and to tlio owners of town property, Tho grentor...

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The "Freeman" and the "Express." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

The ' Fi'ceiuan' sand the ' Ex press. ' Tiie Clerical and ; the lay Catholic journals abovenamed, havo been at issue. The lay journal, tho Freeman, has decidedly tho 'best of it, as may be soon, by tho following : — Now wo toll the Express that there is not a sensible man in New South Wales who boliovos ono word of this crimination. Tlio Freeman 's Journal has boldly defended the Catholic religion and its teachers for tho last 35 years, that is 33 years before the Express existed ; and wo venture to predict that it will continue to defend the Catholic roligion 33 years, after the Express shall have ceasodto give out heresy for truth, schism for union, and forgery for authentio history — the only thing for which it has become famous. 'We always thought,' says tho modern Tarfcuffo, ' that the ohuroh was the immaculate spouse of the Lamb.' Then we' must not say a word against tho manifold crimes that have been perpetrated by churchmen, oven when they are thrown in our faces as forgery ...

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The Weaknesses of the Great. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

The Weaknesses of the Grvcat. Swirr relieved his tense and tragio moods by harnessing his servants with cords — on one occasion heinsisted on harnessing his learned and respectable friend Dr. Sheridan — and driving them up and down stairs and through the rooms of his deanery. Peter tho Great sought to unbend himsolf by being wheeled over tho flowor bods and nont purtorros of his host's garden in a wheel barrow, as poor Sir William Tomplo found -to his cost, That accomplished diplomatist appears to havo felt his chagrin 'at. tlio failure of tho Triple Alliance moro;child's play to his feel ings at beholding tho Russian monarch rid ing roughshod over the priceless tulips of Moor Park. Glover, tlio onco famous author of ' Leonidas and tho Athonaid,' had tlio same disagreeable woaknosR, though, not being safe in tho 'divinity which doth hedge a king,' his plebeian back received on more thau one occasion infuriated cudgollings at tlio hands of in sulted horticulturists. Cardinal Mazariu ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

fj^imllmm. RemaiikaiiIiB MAitKMANanir. — Thli ahould astonish oven tho ' VngahondV Queensland nquattor. Tho San i'Yaiicisco Bulletin says: — Otto, thn yming NiZ Farcco Chiuf, son of 'OMof Jnreph, fjavo ft wonderful exhibition of ilmrp-rhootiognt PUlt'o Hull, Iftot. Situr- . -Uy nigh% uudur tltu nunpW:e» of h*n nhllful trainer, Captain Omrlen Suart MiodonMd. Hs onromed on motivl built, brouklug twelve glass bnlli with bis Winchtnlor riflu, aud thirty swlng'ug balls pHualnu and swinging by eaoh othor in v»rioua ohnpt'a mil direc tions, smaihlng nil of them with bIx shotB. Six small lighted tupora were arranged upon a alendor perpendicular pole, and while Id ths vnrlouo poatures of accelerated vaulting and tumbling, Otto extinguished each light with a ahot from his rifle CIUsb bnlln thrown up In the nlr In evory oonooivable direotion, Otto broke without any night at all, a ltuge business ourd being fastoned over tho muzzle ol Ws rifle. The moib remark able shut of tho evening wag accom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

: , To Our Subscribers. QUBSCRIBERS to this journal not rocoiving , O their paper regularly, will oblige by ..promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1882.

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MISCELLANEOUS. The London "Times" on Barmaids. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

'?' - .MISCKKiIiAWEWDS. Tlic liondon ' Times ' on UurninitI*. In comnionting on the suicide of Emma Oumniius, a l)iinntiid at tlio Criterion Hotel. London, tho TOnes 'remarks: 'This wrotuued Case liaB something nioro than n personal moral attaching to it. It curries a warning to the class to which the poor girl belonged ?who figures in it. There is no class so much exposed to danger or so much in need of care and self-help. Tlio ? bar,' in its pre sont form, is a modern institution. It is to tx- found now at almost every railway station in tho country, and in almost every place, indeed, whore it can ba set 'with a chance of attracting customers. Each bar is, in ofiect, ; a public-houso in itself, but of an essentially new type. 'Wo have no longor tho dirty metal counter covered with slops, and about equally unattractive in itself, in tho company '.to be found at it, and in the publican and his potboys serving, behind it. There has been a change made in every point. Now ? splendours ...

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THE GIVER AND THE TAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

THE GIVER AND THE TAKER. [Tho following is ail attempt to vorsify a literal translation o£ a pooni by tbo Hindoo writer, Tino valuvn, who lived, it is sxipposed, in tho third cen tury o£ our orn. Ho was remarkable for his hatred of idolatry and caste, and for bis almost Christian conception' of God and iiuman duty. J . Who Hives what others may not see '?'*( ^^ Nor oountB on favour, fame or praise, ~ Shall find hie. smallest gift outweighs The burden of the mighty Boa. . Who gives to whom has naught been given, Hi' gilt in need, though Email indeed Ab Is the grasB blade's wind-aown seed, Is large as earth and rich as heaven. Forget thou not, 0 man I to whom A gilt shall full, while yet on earth, Yea, even to tby sevenfold birth, . Bevivo it in the lives to come I ... Who, broodibg, keeps a wrong in thought, Sins muob, bat greator sin is bis . Who, fed and olothed with kindnesses, Shall count Ihe holy alms as naught. - For he who breaks all laws may siill In Sivam's meroy be forgiven...

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