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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOAL[?]AVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

Ou'igaiiaS Coi'i'tisgsttJBdessco. -,, TO TUB KI11TOU OI' TUB SIIOAUWVKS TK],i:Gll,U'll. Sir, — Your correspondent ' Aliquis' ism orror in stating that a petition was adopted by tho Shoalhaven Bench to the Postjnastor-Genonil to discontinue tho present deviation to Ciunbe warra. His romavk about tho relationship, existing between two inotubors of the Bench is uncalled for, us' thoy signed, as I stated before, as rosidbnts of Shoalbavou interested in tho matter, and I maintain thoro was no inoro harm in', thoir. doing so. than there would bo. in 1 ' Aliquis ' arid his relations signing a counter petition. ?' ' '—'.'??? ; , ':'. ? Again, 'Aliquis ' -says ha will not discuss the propriety of a change in tho postal arrange- ? ments: bocausb'I suppose ho knows tlio more tlio inattor is ventilated tbo worso it will be for ?him. The facts- aro simply those : Tho mail coach now leaves the main road and gobs to the Cambewarra Post-office, a distunco of about threo-qiiartbrs of a milo, returni...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

I1R0UGUT0X CREEK. Tlio result of tho ballot al Broughton Crook shows tho return of Messrs. Thomas Gall, W. Sharpo, and Siumiol' Tiinbs. Messrs. Sbarpo. .Moroncy, and M'Gottigun woro tho retiring aldornion, thb latter not sooking ra-oleetion. Tbo local option vote was, /:yus 05 ; Noos 45.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. The Creation. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

'??'?? 'oaWGISTAIi POBTIIY. . ' -fflic' Creation J ''?:'.'..: Oh would Mint In humble worm 'of enrtii, . . :'? Could sing thu iflorloH-of- my Ooil, nnd King; ?Whose wonl nlonc, flinn clinas, pitlierinff Tlic inlghtvllrmuinciit, with clouds dill girth ? Tlio host o'f Iicnv'n, mid nil of- nature's worth. Then proudly ln-iuul, luuucli'd in til' ethereal nky, ltoll'd, world on world in might of majesty, Wlicn the mom film loud sum,' in joyous mirth, Hiuliiur Iho morn, when lint o'er God's voxt deep, Ileiiv n'.s glonolLS oru, as pinnt woke from mei!p, Hursting- ?' night's bondn,' o'er enrth, nnd Hen, nnd niira, Seal'd with itssmilw, ench new horn immdiw, '? And yet Unit Ood , tlic heav'iw cnunot enntnin, Dwells iu ench Heart wlioao faith is not in rain. ,-..', n. m.

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SOUTH COAST NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

SOUTH COAST .itOTMS. The Rev. George Brown, the hoi o b&New Guinea, Now Britain and Now Ireland, preached and loctured in Wollougong last week; ' All thoso at all convorsant with public affairs are awaro that this gentloman, by several heroic acts in the mission fields of Now Guinea tind , tho adjacont islands, has become a distinguished 111UU VI UlUUl 111 MHO |f!tll- Ul UUU 1VUUU. ,UU more than ono trying occasion ho proved him self a gonoral as well as a missionary, and jfor taking up tho sword against a tribe/of: natives by whom his own life and tho livbs of his party ' wore placod in jeopardy, ho was, -- called* to account, not only by 'his' Church, but by the British High Commissionorof Polynosia., ..From all those troublos, howovor, tho rev. gentloman vindicated himsolf in so inastorlj' a manner that ho was acquitted on all hands' of any blame whatovor. it will bo romombored, also, that it was this sumo Rov. Georgo Brown who rondorod such huraaho and timely aid to tho ...

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Tuesday. FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

Tuesday, February 14. . -? . ?The regular mooting of tho above-named Coun cil, was held at Nowra Council Chambors at 7 p.m. Present — tho Mayor (Aldorman Groon) and Aldermen Elyard, Graham, Hunt, and Watson. The minutes of previous mooting woro read and confirmed. The report oi tho 1'inance uommittoe recom mending paymont of tho undormontioned itouis was carried :— F. Sidney; £4 4s; T. Barrett, £3 Gd; R. W. Chidloy, £2 10s ; incidentals, £2 (is ; J. Woston, six month's printing and advertising account, £5 10s 9d ; W. Smith, £35. The Mayor reported tho .result of tho annual election of' aldermen and olectibn of Mayor, as also the result of the local option vote. : Aldorman Elyard moved' tho customary i-vo /onna motion, 'directing the cbnimittoo of Financo to prepare' an; ostiinato of probable in como uuu oxpondituro tor tho curront yoar. Soconded by Aldorman Watson and earned.. Tho Council thoii wont into cornmittoo and upon resuming, Alderman Watson moved, and Aldorman Graham, .that...

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Nowra Municipal Council. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

IVcmra Municipal Council. Election ov SIayok. A special meeting of tho Council was hold on Tuesday, at G p.m, for tho ciloolion of Mayor: — Tbo returning officor, Alderman J. Green in the chair. Prosont— Aldermen Elyard, Graham, Hunt, Moss, and Watson. .; Tho minutes of previous mooting woro road and confirmed. .'' . Tho Chairman briefly proposod that Aldorman Moss bo Mayor for tho currant yoar. Aldarman Elyard soconded tho motion. Alderman Moss in acknowledging tho honour which tho Council was ready to confor on him, expressed his regret that tho frequently critical state of his hoalth would prcoludo him from accepting tho distinction proffered him. But boforo very long ho oxpoctod that his homo might bo removed to a situation a littlo nearer thoir placo of inuoting ; and tlion, upon a recur rence cf tho prosont period of ploction, if ho still retained thoiv confidence, ho might bo in a better position to discharge tho onorous dnties of tbo offico of Mayor. He frequently regretted ...

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

'No pent up TJtioa contracts our \ powers' may bo. truly said of ono of the most invaluablo preparation of modorn timos, for its salos tiro not confined to any particular sphoro, but oxtond ovor: all tho quartoi's of tho globe. Ordprs aro being constantly recoivod from romoto soctions, and its export constitutes bub of tho stupids of our trado. Circulars anil pumphlots oxplatnttory of its eumtivo proportics liavo been translated into all lungungos, and thovo is no portion. of tho world whoro Udolpho AVolfo's Snhiodaui Aromatic Schnapps is not known.— Adv. ?Dew. ov the A^lps.— The world outside of Eui-opo having discovered, that this piylatoblo tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant oxtant, tho demand for it in tho Wost Intlies, South America and Australia hns literally boconio onormous. It is strange for hundreds of years so wonderful an appotizor and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown boyond the Swiss fron tiors, and tho thanks of millions' aro duo to Messrs. M'. Moss ...

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CENTRAL SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

? ! CENTRAL SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL. Thb result of tbo ballot takon at Gontral Shoalhavon, on : Saturday last, was tho roturu of Dr. Broroton, as Alderman for -Torrara Ward; and Toriara is happily closod from further competition in the liquor trado for throo 3'oars, as the local option vote was in'.tlio noga tivp, Noos 17 ; Ayes 12. Tho retiring mombor of tho Council was Aldormau Lam6nd,;who was: not a candidate. ;?? ? ? v .

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

Shonllinven MaSHs' TTIme Table. T.rino Mora Villa.;.... r. W 'i\ V. R. Bun. n.m. Aiiivu VurrunKii ... 'lo do ilo du -1« do 2.IIO urn , ,., KfirriMijTinrv. lio tit) do do ilo do fiu.ni: ' . ' luinRnronVly do do ilo ilo du do Hii.m. , ? CVmilMMimi. do ilo do do do do 8Au.ni. Nowra .......i. do do do do do do lUium. ;? ? ' TwoXmvm'..:. ? do do do do do IUu.ui. Suiiilny, p.m Arrive TomoronK.... do do do do do 1p.m. „ ' .1.30 „ AVriiiiilari-llaii. do do do do do »)-.u). „ r,,no „ Conjola-.;; ? do do do do do 'Ipau. .. „ 0.!» ,„ Vnttoyattah.. do do do ilo do fcp.in. „ 7.-30 „ Milton ......... do do do do do Up.m; -:,,.l- : „, Ullndiilln ? to do do do -lo 7p.m. .'..„, 10 ;, Lo.ivo Ullmlullu...... 8n 51 T. IV T. Frl. uioiun. AiilieJliltoii......... do do do do do do . fi.ilo ; „ Ynltoyattfth.. do do do do do do lUfi „ C'niijoia ? ilo do do do do do 7 „ , AVnndmidluu. do do do do do do IMS „ - Tomrauuif..,.. do do do do do do 10.15' „ Nowni ? -.;..'. do do do do do do- l.:ioi-.tn,. ?; ; LeiH...

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

Municipal Elections. THE-balloting for two Aldormon to sorvo in tho placo of Aldermen Monaghan and Elyurd in Nowra Council, took placo at the Council Chambers, Nowra, last Friday. Tho candidates wore Messrs. W. R. Elyard, John Smith, and James Hunt; tho first mentioned of those gentlemen had, as our readers aro aware, served in tho Council previously, and tho othor candi dates may be said to havo boon nominated to nil the vacancy of Aldorman Monaghan, who was not a candidate. Thoro was an unusually large attendance of ratepayers, probably duo to tho exertions of the Good Templars in bringing voters up to exercise their now privilege as regards the number of new publican's licenses or removals of same in tho district ; and though they woro beaten as to number, wo boliovo we .do not mistate tho caso when we say nine-tenths of tho votes would havo been against fresh licenses, had not tho Legislature tacked removals on to tho issuo. Opinions woro frooly oxprossed during the day, and tho...

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Hobelist BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER XIII. THE WILL, AND WHAT FOLLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

-W flnmBT BELLA'S HERO; OB The Marquis and The Freebooter.! . A STORY OP THE WELSH MAEOHES. By SYLVANUS COBB, Jb. ! OHAPTBE XIII. THE WlMi, AMD WHAT FOMiOWBD, ? There was genetal surprise at the oostle, and among the oitizenp, when Colonel Fitz EuBlace appeared among the ohief mournerB at tho funeral of the late Marquis. He did not oooupy a position at the side of the young lord, ob he had doaired and planned; but he held u place given ouly to near relatives, and ho wub eontont. On the return from the funeral Eoderio ? met the old family attorney in - the library, where tho Bervsnts and retainers were assembled to hear the will of the old mar quis read. Fitz Eustaoo waB not there. Ho hud said to the new master : ' No, my lord — I will not intrude. The will oan be notbing to me. Of eourse, my name oannot appear ; and I would not have it do bo. II, in the timo to come, yon shall obooso to reoognise the relationship, by giving to mo a living, I shall be more than satisfied. And I shall...

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Poetry. LITTLE FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

§tf£teg-' r LITTLE FEET. By TLonENon PEBor. Two liUlo teot bo email that both may noatlo In ono onio-BiDg hand. Two tender feet upon the untrlod border 01 lilo'B myaterionB land. Dimplod and soft, and pirik as poaoh tree blossoms In April's fragrant days. How onn they walk among the briery tangles, Edging the world's rongh nays ? Those white-roso feet along tho doubtlnl (atDre Musi beat a woman's load ; AIbb 1 Siiioo woman has the heaviest harden And walks the hardeBt road. Lave (or awhile will make the path before them '' AU dainty, Bmooth and (air Will oull away tbo bramblos, lotting only Tuo roses blossom thero. Bat when the mother's watohfal eyes are shionded Away from the eight of men,' ? And tbeRe dear loot are left without her Raiding, Who shall direot them then ? Will they go stumbling blindly in (he dark ness i . , Of sorrow's tesrfnl shades, Or find the upland slopes of Peace and Beauty Whose sunlight never fades ? Will tboy go toiling up AmbiUon's summit, The ootumon worl...

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Natural History MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 February 1882

HatoJ jfetatg. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. By Donald OamEkon. One of the most torrible tragedies that occurred in tho district, whon I was young, wasdiscovcred through a sheep, nnd though in theao discursive artioloa I have nothtro toforo touched anything that was tragic, I cannot but givo an account of this, because it gives to good nn idea o£ those times. I often wob sent to the out-Btations with rations, and one day I mounted my horoo. ana witn. a led horse, loaded ?with the rations, I proceeded to what was called the Lagoon Station, because the hut was built olose to a little lagoon. I had not seen the shepherd, for he had been engaged in my abeenco. I was told he wub an old man, married to a young girl. When I arrived at Lagoon Station I found the woman at home. She was a email creature, Tory pretty inacortain way, and talkative to anextruordinarydegrce. Women generally are fond of using tho tongue, but this .one ?was exceptionally so. However, she could not be blamed, for s...

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

TAKING BOARDERS. ' It was a scandal,' the neighbours said, ' that Mise Delia should be obliged to take boarders, after all she'd been through ;' and heaven knows bo&rders did not help a body to work out her salvation. And so much money in tho family, too, taking it by small and large. Wasn't her TJnole Eben, over an l^over, wen-to-ao, ariu uuit u umua. of his own to care for, except the boy he had adopted, who was no credit to him ? It WaB odd, now, that a man with poor relations should take to a stranger when his own flesh and blood was needy ; but sometimes it doos seem as if folks had more feeling for others than for their own kith and Mn. Then there were ? cousins in the city, forehanded .and fashionable, who were never worth a row of pinB to Delia, and there was her great uncle John's widow a-larkin' on the continent, a-gaming at Baden-Baden, and trying tne waters or every mineral spring in tho threS king doms, for no disease under the sun but old age. She had been know...

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TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

TO-DAY 'AND T0-M0BB0W. If there oome some joy to me, Would you have me stay, With that joy to sweeten life ? ' Yob, Heart, Btay to-day.' Well, then, if I have a dream Of some ooming sorrow, Shall I wait to feel its fear r ' That will do. io-morrow.' If unto some loving heait .-? I've a debt to pay ? ' Ah I that is a mighty debt. Pay it, Heart, to-day.' , , If I'm foroed from bitter wrongs Cruel words to borrow? . ;.'-.' 11 Then, dear.Heait, there is no hasto ; Keep thorn till to-morrow. 11 Duty, Kindness and SnoooBB Iioae by Blow delay : Duty hath a double right ' When it claims to-day ; ' Kindness dies ifitmuBt wait; . . j SaooesB will not Btay— . : Unto them comas no tomorrow, ,.. If they lose to-day. ..''? 'But for Debt, and Doubt, and Anger, ' But for UEeleBB Sorrow. Better you should wait a day : Keep them for to-morrow,. . And as every day's to-day, Yon may patienoe borrow, Thus for ever to put off Snob, a bad to-morrow.' —iEarper's Wulily.

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SALTED BEEF AS AN EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

? SALTED BEBF ah-'AN'EXPOBT. mvTUB not very oeruin suooess whioh haB bo ?VBuiiwved (he export of fresh meat from ?woolonies, again wakes Up an interest in ?Miur oi a salted meat busmen, it has ?n often trie'dj and at' times seeming as ?Vngb atleTjth salted or moes hoof were to Bwrna^.-'/egnlar colonial export. Then ^Hidfovow a lull in the business, brought Kbuut eithtr by a Reason of soaroily when ?here waB really but little meat available for Bport; ox else, by failure to euro the meat HeniUUe iona for meis beei piupoaen. It I may be that there will be thoge who pooh pooh this statement of defective oaring ; bat those best informed on the nubjoot well know it to be true, - and in faolng a matter o£ this kind, it wera tho very height of folly to undorrato the difficulties that must be overcome. It may be ac knowledged, therefore, that colonial salted meat, has not with vory few exceptions, been of suoh oharaoter, as to bring itinto the first rank for quality and get up. Tho question...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. THE SHORTHORN AS A MILKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

(3i ffvt ntYtffW STATION. FARM, AND GARDEN. I Bx Jumbuoioo. THE SHOETHOEN AS A MILKER. In a, preceding paper wo dealt somewhat fully upon the relative merits of the Ayr shire and shorthorn breeds as milkers. For colonial purposes, and under the circum stances in which the average of dairy business is carried on in the majority of colonial towns, .it; was hold thattho short horn has high claims for being considered tho cow for the colonial dairy. Sinco that paper was writton there cornea to us from Both Germany, and Franco evidenco of a peouliarly confirmatory charaoter to the experience then advanced, and which avi dence it iB intended to deal with somewhat fully in this paper. Dairying, as curried on in Europe, on the Continent, and in England, has many ' features of a very different kind from those prevailing amongst ourselves. Some of those features, Buoh|as the greater moiB ture of the climate, and the abundance of rich green, or at all events, sappy feed, are deoidedly in favou...

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"THE BALL SCANDAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

'THE BALL SCANDAL.' ' 'Good Cheor,' the Christmas number of Good Words, \th\ah. consists of a series of Btones, having the general title of 'The Personal Recollections of Peter Stonnor Esq.,' in the work, it is well-known, of Dr. Charles Blathorwiok, of Helenaburgh. Like everything Dr. Blataerwick writes— since, besides being a skilful artist, he is also a practised litterateur — t.hh 'P«Mnn»l Reoolleotions' are racy and interesting to a degree. Belaw wo give an extract from one of the stories, which is entitled ' The Ball Scandal.' The Hon. Percy Dawlish (commonly known as Dawley) is twenty years younger than his brother, Lord Forton, and as mad a little soapegrace as ever entered the British army. Ho ia always in some Bhock mg scrape, always impecunious, and always bothering his brother for help. Her lady snip— jjaay Jj'erton— who, by-the-bye, rules her so-callfld lord and master— is for ever financing, arranging, or taxing her energies in some way on his aocount. Then there was a...

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THE DUTCH CAPTAIN'S DEVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

THE DUTCH CAPTAIN'S DEVICE. ' Saiii on starboard bow !' 'What is shop' asked Captain Ktartin Pietereon, looking anxiously iu that direc tion ; for. on the Eastern seas, two hundred years ago, every Btrange sail was a terror .to the captain of a well-laden 'Dutch merchantman. ' Can't quite make horout yet,' answers the look-out at the mast-head. 'Looks like a brigantine — she has a very rakish cut, altogether. . The captain's face darkened and bis lips tightened. They tightened still more a few minutes later, when the look-out hailed again: . : ' She's a brigantine, bearing right down upon us.' j .Every face in the crew seemed to harden suddenly, bnt no one spoke. Indeed, what need was there of words ? All on board understood in a moment what was before them — they were about to be attacked by pirates, and there was not a single cannon, no, not even an old musket aboard the vessel. It was a terrible moment for them all, more terrible still for the poor captain. For years he had been ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

' ? LOCAIi aSfTEIXIGHEJirCJB. \--f ?_'?? '.. . » ? In our advertising columns will bo found tho date ofxlosing of entrances for Kiama Show. We .'regret to learn that Mr. Edward Pooley, late storekeeper 'of Yalwal, died at Bathurst, last Friday, of- brain fevor. Deceased was but 23 years .01 age, and his illness was of suoh a brief duration, that his inothor, Mrs. Pooloy, of Terrara;-- only managed to get to his bed-side a ;-6hort time iofpro ho died. ;; At/ the Police Oourt, Nowra, on Tuesday last, ; an 'additional stago license was granted to ? MoBsrs. . Potter and. Coles, for a mail and pas senger coach, to ply botween Nowra and Moss Vale. — A hawker's licenso was granted to Geo. ,. Gwynne._; Seyoral cases on. for hearing were ? ?. Tvithdrawn. . ,', We have recoivpd an'interostingand carefully : '! prepared return showing the traffic on the ' Kowfa. Bridge during tho two days of tho Show. * The. totals of passengers, horses, cattle, and ?' vebibles,: which crossed the bridge, are ...

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