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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

Illaivai'i'it ^--l'S6bbi i^stVBa'aSuoBa STEAMEU'S TIME TABLE. JflBOM S II 0 A L H A Y E N , ? 3aoiHliiy, O a.)ii. GDImrsiliiy, 8 n,m. . EltOM SYDNEY, v -Tuesday . and; BVi'da y , at 11 p.m. ? , Allmoiils snppliod during tho passages of tlio 6tcanibrs freo of chargo. - Tho Steam Droghors, imdoroluirgo of Captain * Buchanan;; are always plying on tho Shoalhaven : Kivor in coimoction . with- tlio Sydnoy stoainors. , E. MANNING. ' Kngli.sli', 'Scottish; ';wi«Ii A«stvallaii ; -V 'IiBANOn oi tliia;;Baiik is now OPEN at ?J\: .' NOAYBA, 'Shoalhaven, in temporary jn'oniisos'.' for .tlio , transaction of all usual, bank-, ??;?; mg businoss.', * ' . JOHN DOAVLING, , i Manager. . Sydney, .Oth Juno, 1878. : ' 'Wanted '.to S-o Mheowii. ?; . ' '' ;? ' ' ] 'IT7' ' ,;JONES, ' Collins-strcot, Kiama, has VV ? ''Horses and Arohiclo.s EOll.IUBE. IIo is pro'pared to rim between Wollongong and Ulladulla. ' / ' Also; tliut ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and . skins in any 'quantity. j ' Mr.' W. C. KING, S...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

IVowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES /From Sydnoy, Moss Yalo, Cambewarra, and Bomadorry, daily (Monday excepted), at 9.45 a.m. Prom Kiama and Broughton Crook, on Tuos day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9.45 a.m. Prom Ulladulla, Milton, Wandandian, and Tomorong, on Monday, Wednosday, and Friday, at 1.30 p.m. Prom Numba and Torrara, daily (Sunday excepted), at 2 p.m. Prom Braidwood and Nerriga, on Thursday, at 4 p.m. Prom Burrier, on Wednesday, at 10 a.m.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

Gardciicra' Calcuilar. JULY. Kitchen Garden. — Keep the lioo at work, as weeds aro moro numorous than agreeable this month. If tho weather ho favouroblo, somo oarly carroty may bo sown in drills ; also pons, and broad Wmdsor beans, radislios, osclialots, &e. Continno tlio earthing tip of coloiy, and also of advancing crops. Plant our lottnccs, cabbages, cauliflowors, &o. Rhubarb plantations should - should havo thoir winter dressing by clearing oft all decayed loavos and weeds, and covoring up plants with manuro. Asparagus, artichokes, and sea kalo. should bo similarly attended to. Cress and mustard may bo sown. Provious sowings of onions should bo thinned and trans planted. Sow early cucumbers in hot beds. Flower Garden . — Transplanting may still bo proceeded with. Grass plots and lawns will need attontion. Bulbs of all kinds should bo looked to. Rosos may ho pruned and planted. Hardy annuals and perennials may bo sown. Pot off cuttings of summer blooming plants. F...

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KIAMA. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

KIAMA. . .. ()? ri 'M ( From the Sydney l'iqwrs.J July 17. .??? ' On Wodnesday evoning a dairy fai-mer named : Eobort Jonos, about 2J lnilos from Kiama, gave . ; his cattlo a quantity of sorghum',' ' and this -mom-' ! jng he found two of his boat \cows doad .'and , . jiiBqvon otihori.in a dying state. This is thosocoml . ? , caso of tho kind wliicli wo havo had ill tliis djs ipot dxuing tho past two yoars.

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Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

. Sydney Current Mstrlict Prices. ? Flour, £12 10s to £113 10s por ton ; potatoes, ?j.IOs to £6 0s por ton; mnisto, 2s 7d to 2s 'Jd por. bushol; butter, lOdto Is Sdporlb.; chooso, 3d to ».J . fid por, lb; bacon, 'Id to 7d por lb; hidos, 2d to ..3d' por lb; .pigs, 3 Jd to idjantaiji) ; calvo,?, 10s Od V \ -to,2os oach; fowls 3s Odto^W por pair; ducks JsSy !?- & 0d to 0s Odpor pair ; turkeys, 7s Od to 12s por - pair; goose, 7s to .8s Odpor pair; oggB,- 0s Od .to Os lOd per doxon. .

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. An Untrue Report. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

5£a'ig5jB!s5 Coa'a-ti.sjjcmdence. . An 'BJcitrne Report.. :' TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEQRAPn. Sir, — Allow mo a fow linos in tho columns of your paper to contradict a ropm-l circulated in Yalwal in roforonco to rnysolf. It appoars that tho said roport points directly to mo — going so far as to stato that I signed a cortain ilocumont in respect to mon working for tlio No. 2 Com pany at Yalwal. Now, Sir, I most- omphatically deny signing any such documont; and tho party who circulated tho ' roport j must havo dom- 'so for tlio purposo of trying to injure mo in my businoss. Tho pnrty who. circulated such' a scurrillous roport must be a most infamous scoundrel, 'as no proof of such bxistsV:''1 Now, Sir, to vindicate myself, I challongo ; either him. or anyono olso to produco such a doouiuont. I havo my own suspicions of tho party, but tliat is not proof. Unless ho will como forward, and provo Ins assortion, I ?will brand him as an infa mous liar, a coward, and a scoundi'ol. I am,' Sir, o...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

IMTSMSICT STEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Walwal. TnE woathor horo for somp timp past lias bopn vory cold— sharp frosts at night, and gonorally threatening rain by day. A moro misorablo part of tlio country, with rogard to food, tho oyo could not rost upon — not a blado of grass is to bo soon. Mining matters aro much tho samo as usual. Tlio Homoward Bound Claim CWost, ami Ilarvoy's) lias just finished crushing 86 tons of stono at Noblo's crushing machine, which yioldod 45 on. u dwts., or a littlo ovor half-an-ouneo to tho ton. It is a groat pity that tho othor lease holders on this fiold liavo not fulfilled tlio con ditions of tlioir leaso as faithfulty as Messrs, Wost and Harvoy liavo dono. If thoy had, this fiold would havo a difforont appoaranco at tho prosont tiino. Tho Pioiioor Co. havo about 300 tons of stono going: through tho Company's machino, which tlioy bxpoct to yiold ovor an ounco to tho ton. : Of this 1 shall give you full particulars in my rioxtj by which timp I oxpo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

VcScgrapMc IsiicBDagesace, ? '. (From, Our Telegraphic Correspondent.J : \ , SYDNEY. . .Wednesday, 4 p.m. . \ In ? tlio TJjipor ' House a solect comihittoo was. 'appointed to draw up an address of condolonco ' to Lady Deas Thompson- on tho death of hor husband. i Tho Uppor Houso rofusod. to pass tho Loans Bill through all its stagos in ono Bitting until : Mr; Docker's resolutions wore dealt with, vindi ' eating Council's action, which wore agrood to without division. Tho dobato on tho Loans Pill was adjourned till to-day. , , . In tho Logislativo Assombly, Sir H. PotIms ?, said that Parliament would bo prorogued on Thursday. . : ; ?Mr. Hungorford attempted to. postpono tho' action with reforonco to Mr. Clarko's . water supply schomo for Sydnoy,. but tho resolution: was negatived. ?? ?' ???? - Tho olootion of an alderinau for Philip Ward,. ;in tho room of Mr. D. O'Connor, who had boon, ' : ousted by the Supromo Court, resulted in tho return of Mr. G. L. Carter, by; a majority of 9'1 ...

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Original Contribution. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

©R'agnnsafl (Conta'lbutlon. From Sydney to Unglauil, ViA SUEZ CANAL. [By Video.1 IX. Opposite tlio landing at Port Said lios tho principal, stroot which is fillod with small shops and Cafos, tho proprietors of which are invariably Frouchinori and Jews. Shops for tho salo of curios aro met with at ovory few yards ; and fruit stalls, laden with oranges, figs, datos, raisins, walnuts, &c., woro woll patronized, during our short stay. Wo bought oranges at sixpenco a dozon, and with othor purchases managed to fill a ; largo baskot, for which wo wanted a caro .takor. . Our Dragoman solocted a native boy for tho purposo, but as somo of tho articlos woro valuable, a guaranteo of somo kind was askod, whon tlio Draconian turned to tho lad, aud aftor speaking to -him, ho (tho boy) placed his right 1 fore-finger under his right oyo and looked at us arid thon upward, muttering somo unintolligiblo jargon all tho whilo. One of our number thought ho was making uso of an English vulgarism th...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. (Before his Worship B. Brown. Esq.) NOWRA, TUESDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

ShoaOhavcii JPolice Court. Nowra, Tuesday, July 22. fBnforo his Worsliif) B. Brown. Esn.V Daniol Harris was brought up by faomor sorgoant Griovo, chargcd with boing clrunk and disorderly in Kinghorn-stroot, Nowia, 011 the night of Monday, tlio 21st instant, making use of obscono languago at tho samo timo, and assaulting tho approhondmg olficor wliilst in tho oxocution of his duty. Ho ploaded guilty to tho first two charges ; : for tlio drunkonnoss and disordor was fined : 10s, or sovon days in tho lock-up ; aud for tho obscono languago 20s, or fourtobn days in tlio look-up. Both fines woro paid. In answer to tlio third chargo, . dofondant said ho know: nothing about it, but ploaded not; guilty. Sorgoant Griovo doposod that defendant was 'drunk at Hood's hotel on tho night in question, mid that his horso arid cart was obstructing tho traffic in Kingliorri-streot; I10 roquostod defend ant to roinovo tho horso and vehicle, and thon dofondant bocamo insolent, and refused to romovo the ....

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Shoalhaven District Court. NOWRA, MONDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

Shoalhaven lEistract Court. . Nowra, Monday, July 21. Before his Honor Judge M'Farland. His Honor took his seat on tho Bench at 10 o'clock a.m., and as usual tho undofonded cases woro taken first. Tho logal profession was represented by Mr. T. M. Richards, and Mr. W. 0. King, of luama. Tho cause list contained eighteen casos. In ono easo tho summons had not beon sorvod, as tho dofondant's rosidouco was not known, throo woro settled out of court, and sovou woro post poned till noxt sitting of tho court, for roasons montioned bolow ; and tho romaining casos hoard woro as follows. Dr. Broroton v. S. Huxloy. Professional sorvico, £7 7s. Vordict for plaintiff, with costs of one witnoss. Snmo v. James Greer. Professional sorvico, £2 8s. Yordict for plaintiff, with costs. B. Brown v. J. Groon aud W. Strong. Promissory note, £22 10s. Tho ovidonco of B. Brown was givon in sup port of his claim. Ono of tho dofondants, W. Strong, in roply to his Honor, said it was trno ho endorsed ' tho documo...

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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

Original Contribution. 'Comiulssioii Agency. ' [By Alhion.] No. III. This building kncmi as tho dairy is built of rubblo stono'; with shinglo roof and appears admirably suited to tho purposo for which it was ? intondcdPand is somo forty or fiftjvfoet long and ? about fifteen or sixtcon feet broad. Threo or ? four windows givo light and air to tho placo) which is ontorod by a door looking cast, shaded by. a vorandah. Just outsido tlio door, .under tho vorandah! is the churn worked by hand 5powor, .in formation similar to a box, with its brass .fittings shining brightly. On ontoring, tlio oyer is instantly attracted to tho long rows of . dishes full, oi milk, aud others -neatly placed iSfy | !*.' roady to rocoivo tlio lacteal fluid from tlio.iibxt; ' milking, '.'placed-in ; frames or 'sottlos I' litn ? ning around tho room, with similar.onos down ? tho conti'o. Tho floor of tho \ daily is laid Arith - -hardwood boards ventilated horo and thoro, thus ensuring a cun'ont of air to koop t...

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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

? '-^iiramiKi'-Miliilciiial Council. , Thursday. July 17. The Council mot at 5 p.m. Presont— Tho Mayoj-, and Aldormon Woods, Loslie, Dixon, and Smith. ????' Tho minutes of provious mooting woro road confirmed. In Committoo of Works, Alderman Loslio recommended tho construction of a culvert on tho .water-table near tlio post-ofTico at Mrs. Pinlaysori's, and it was docided on tho motion of Aldormon Loslio and Dixon, that a eulvort bo constructed at tho placo montioned, tho material of tlio eulvort illegally removed from tho wator tablo near Morrison's to bo usod if procurablo. Tho Council having rosumod, tho report was adopte d on tho motion of Aldormon Smith and Woods. Tho Financo Committeo's report, rocommond ing paymont of sums amounting to £12 9s, was adoptod on tho motion of Aldormon Dixon and Loslio. Tho Mayor, in roply to Aldorman Dixon, reported tho progress of work on tho Groonwoll Point road, and tlio satisfactory completion of sovoral portions of work 011 tho samo road. Tho...

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POETRY. The River Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

P O E T R Y. | | The River Time. „ : [by loud i.yttox.] On, a wonderful stream is tlio Iiivov of Timo, Aud it Hows through tho really of Tears ; With a faultless rythm and a musical'rliymo, And a broadening swcop aud a siu'go sublime, As it blonds to tho ocean of years. How tho winters aro drifting liko flakes of snow, And tho summer liko. buds between : And tho ears and tho sheaves how thoy como and ' go, ' On tho river's breast with its ebb and flow, : ; As they glide in tho shadow and sheon. Thero's a magical isle up tho Eivor of Time, » ?. ; Where tlio softest of aires aro playing ; vr . There's a cloudless sky and a tropical climo, - : And a voice as sweet as a vesper chiino, , . j- And the Junes with tho roses aro staying. - And tho name of tho islo is tho ' Long Ago,' And wo bury our treasures thoro : . Thoro aro brows of beauty and bosoms of snow,* (Thoro aro heaps of dust, but wo lovo thom so) ! Thoro aro trinkets and tresses of hair. j Thoro aro fragments of songs'that nob...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

: Central jShwalhavest - Rimlciiml Council. . Terraija, Tuesday, July 15. 1 Present, — Tho Mayor, and Aldormon Mona ghan, Lamond, and Hyam, . , Tho ininutos of -provious meeting woro road and confirmed. . ' 'correspondence. Outwards consisted of 2 lottors. 1. To Mi-. Borroll, stating tho amount of . reduction in his ratos. 2. To Alfred Elyard, Esq., 011 tlio subieet of tho Mayfiohl road. — Inwards. — 1. Prom tho Broughton Crook and Bomadorry 'Municipal Council, on tho subjec. of tho proposed ro-opening of Sackloy's ferry, stating that the Council failed to soo that it was obligatory to co-oporato with tho Torrara Council in tho opening of tho foiry montioned. Tho Mayor suggested that this communication should bo laid boforo His Excolloncy tho Gover nor, with a voiw to vesting tho solo control in tho Municipal Council of Central Slioalliavon. Alderman Hyam tablod a notico of motion to that offect for noxt mooting, Tho 2ud lottor was from tlio Nowra Council, rolativo to sonding a depu...

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The Fate of the Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

/intee flf'jjte ©f tflie SiSJiml IBiSE. . 1 Tile fate of tho'Lifud JBill in tho Uppor Houso is not unlUcoly to /occasioiiZ consider able commotion in political circles in this colony, if not an actual dissolution of Parliri ment. Tho BiH, as iiitr6duced'by;tlio. Gov ornmont, included a retrospective provision, substituting improvements to* -the-- value -of -103. -per aero' oil land, ^freq^selected' since -1875, instead of £1 pov aero; as stipulated by tho Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1875. In Committoo in tho Assembly, however, ill 0 Houso by considorablo majority insisted that tho said retrospective provision should oxtond to all lands selected since 18(51, wherever it would apply. Tho Upper Houso strongly opposed tliis- retrospective portion of tho 2nd clauso.of tlio Bi'!; which ran as i'pllows So mucir'of sections ono, tliiv teon, and eigltfoon- 'Of- itho^'-Crowji Lauds Alienation Act of MSGly' and of- section twouty-two of , tho ' Lands-Act Amondment Act, 1875,' as may require ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Death of the Prince Imperial. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

MISCEBjIiAKSSOUS. ' ! ©eaili of tlie Frlncc Iimpcrial. I TnE sjiocial correspondent of tlio ' Capo Argus ' writes from Natal, on the 1st Juno, as follows: — ' ?. ?' ' ?; The following particulars relating to tlio (loath of tlio Princo Imperial liavo boon brought 'by Mr. Pliil. Kobinson, special correspondent of tho 'Daily Telegraph,' who spealcs from information received direct from tlio four troopers in Bottington's Horse who escaped with Lieutenant Carey from tho fatal spot. The escort witli which tho Princo left camp consisted of Liouteuant Caroy, of H.M.'s 98th Eogiment, six selected mon of Bettington's Horse, and one Kaffir. Six mounted Basutos had Leon told off to accompany the party, but the Princo, with what disregard of danger which has always distinguished him, loft camp without tliem. It will ho remembered that a fow clays ago tho Prince, accompanied by Major 1 Bottington, Lioutonant Caroy, and a party of Basiitos, visited a Zulu kraal, whoro they woro fired upon by a lar...

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An Amorous Policeman. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 July 1879

Ass Abbsosnhdhs Foiicc'DDnaii. : :: ' . A vehy remarkable, caso, luiving 'a ? woman' attliobotiomof.it,' camo boforo tlio Mel bourne Polico Court tlio othor day, whon William Smithwick, a constablo, stationed at Lauriston, .who was a widower, and had a number of cliildron, was cliargod with a broach of tlio Matrimonial Statute. William -Middlemiss, - a- farmer, doposod that his daughter Prances was ? born : on tlio 20tli Majr, 1802, had' lived with him . continu ously until tlio 7 th Juno last, -when ho sont lior away to hor unelo, on account of tlio fact that ho was afraid that Smitliwiok, who had asked for hor in marriage, would abduct hor. Aftor his daughter had loft Lauriston, . witness mot Smitliwiok; who again pressed his suit, and said he would marry tlio girl whether witness liked it or not. Witness thoroupon laid the circumstances in writing beforo tho Chiof -.Commissioner' of .-Polico, who it appeared from documents produced, ?eomhiimicatedw-ith(,Smitliw.iclc,6n. tho, sub ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

WitvVi'EVTiu may havo boon tho boVoi'Ugo of tho gods— and it is boliovod that thoy imlulgod mnootarottii draughts, somo of tho bost oA'orts of tlio poota aro a aid to liavo boon olfusod undor tlio inspiration of no loss potation than gin. It was Byron's favouratoindulgonco, and snod tho fancy of many otliors of colobnty. Thus it has both a pootio and praotical uso, and to tho lattor lias it boon most 'olficaoiously put by tho groator origi nator of Udolpho Wolfo's Scdiodam Aromatic Schnapps,— Auv. ' Holloway's Pills. — Bilimis complaints and irrogularitios of tho systoin producod by dopravod or. ovor-abundaut bilo, can always bo corrected by ivfowdosos of thoso inostiiuablo Tills which aro ovorywliord admu-od for thoir raro combina tion of mildness and powor, for though tlioy con quor with oaso and rapidity tho most obstinate disoaso thoy nuvor woalion tho stomach or liocossitato, any interruption of ordinary duties or amusbin'onti On tho contrary thoy Incroaso tlio appotito and str...

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Etna and Vesuvius. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 31 July 1879

IDtnn nnd Vesuvius. I To crown tho nu'mbor of oxtraordinary natural plionomona which malco this yoar romarkablo in Italy, both of tlio groat vol canoes aro m ..action at tlio samo timo, Vesuvius modoratoiy, but Etna, vomiting lava and nslios with a' violonco Unknown' sinco August. ;1852;^'pilarthquakcs' both .in Sicily and on: tho 'mainland procodod tho groat outburst which commenced on tho 27tli of last month, with' fii'o issuing froiri a now oponing on tlio northern slopo, whilo a donso smoke onvolopod tlio whole mountain. THck clouds of black nslios wero drivon by tlio south-west wind- across tho Straits of Mossina and ovor Calabria, covoring tho whole faco of tho country and fi'ling tho population with dread for tlieiv fiolds, vino yards, and rich orango crops. Noithor sun, moon, nor stars could bo soon, and froquont shocks of earthefuako addod to tho horror of tho -viFitatibn. Tho oi'uption cont'uuod incos santly. Threo now craters' oporiod in a vaUoy of tho mountain (or rather...

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