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ORIGINAL POETRY. "The Forget-Me-Not." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

OBI&IJVAIj POETKY. ' ' ' Tlie Forgct-Me-Not.' i Thbiie's notnfloivcr/Inrlzosomueh, ????' '.'?[, ? ? : . Of theswoutolTruiBs. of thocurth, , . . .-?/ : , .-, As ono whoso leaves of uzuro liuo ' '. ? , ? '? ''' Deuoto of coliHtuncy tho worth, ..'.'.- ,-ij, Wlint tho1 the rose, be bcuutyVqunm \ ?-. : '. . .'? -In suunj- linra, or elmdy grot, ? . . ,? I'ur moro I prize love's eherMi'd flower. ???'.? That BWeetly smiles ' forget in- not ' 'Tlie stately lily, Juno'H Queen, lienrs high its head in fraught of pride, i ..???: As if in scorn, it did diadiiin. . '?-.. Aught else, tho1 fair on onrtli bcsule, ? -What tho.1 its leaves, bo snowy fair, And stainless, free from earthly spot ; ' ' ?' ' 'liar dearer, is (he modest flonci , ' ' ' ? ? That sweetly smiles ' forgot mo not.1' Tim Ka\.dy tulip, liitht and vnln, Its brlRhl robes dulli unfold, ? And rumpt' with «nrm 1I|ih l/rratliinff mnllco, IlKhcaitvithiniillcoM, I'll nonnof llico. Ihou ilauntiiiK vain, TliywnilendMeivomonolj . ? . ...

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Science. THE HUMAN PERIOD IN GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

$mm. THE HUMAN PERIOD IN GEOLOGY. (Ohamhertf Journal.) ALTiiotrau wo are apt to loae sight of tho importance of our own epecies in tho immensely wider study of the universo, as well aB to undervaluo tho infiuonce of man in comparison with thoso silont bat mighty forces by whose agenoy our earth has been sculptured into its preaont form, yot all must agroo with the Italian geolo gist, stoppam, that man makes a dietinct geological period, and that his oreation is the introduction of a new force, previously unknown in nature. The power of intel ligence in ovorooming tho influence of external circumstances is exemplified in the history of every nation, bo that Bomo historians have thought it necessary to preface tho history of a people with a description of the geological features of the country in which it has sprung up. But when Cuvior said that the habits and evon tho thoughts of a people depend upon tho nature of the soil whioh it in habits, he scarcely made enough allowance for the...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

TO THE BDITOR or TIIR BirOAI.IIAVES TELXORAPII. Sin, --Sovoral allusions having lately appeared in the Shoalhavcn Tclei/roph rolativo to tho dovia tion' of tho mail route to Cambowarra, norhaps j'ou'wpuld 'allow nib sjia'cb to state my viows of the' caso,- and; as Ido it for an elucidation of tho roal facts, aiid not for controversy, I shall feol right Iii any. point I may, bo wrong. , TC ;.' notico '.by! the new timo tablo you publish weekly, that ,tlio timp' lillowod for the mail from Cambowarra ..to Nowra is one hour. From this 'is.to'.bo, doducted.'fiftbqn ininiitos for sorting tho mail jatl'Camb^wuiTa^ leaving, throo quarters of .ail hotirvfor tra.yelliiig^th'o distanco. The dovin tioii its6l£ ! isi 50' chains or'-|j of a milo, and it can be, shown ,by.. an easy. calculation that tho pro Jpordon^bf time for ', tho coacli travelling it is a littlq ovorj '5.(ni.inufcs,' but as other ,'patts of the 'road aro rnughor, jirid tlip. .bridgb is to bo crossed ,at..a!walUirig'pacb, tho t...

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HISTORY OF THE TOMATO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

HISTORY OF THE .TOMATO. A good many years ago a man who had recently arrived from the Bermuda iBlandB was sent to York county, Pai, gaol for some offence committed against the laws of the Commonwealth. He had with him a f»w Beeds which he planted in the rich soil of the gaol yard. Before the plants which sprang from the seed reached maturity, he was discharged, and no one knew the nature of them. They grew luxuriantly, bearing fruit of a large size and unusual appear ance. As this strange fruit ripened, its colour changed from green to a brilliant red, and became an object of wonder and admiration to all the inmates of the gaol Mrs. Klinefelrer, the lady keeper, cautioned all the prisoners against eating any of the fruit, as she was euro it was poisonous, and besides planted the seed, as ehe would endeavour to preserve specimena of it for him should he be returned in time. . Just when the fruit was fully matured the Bermuda primner revisited tho. gaol, and aBked to nee the plant. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

\ SINGLE-SEAlBrf, BUGOT, noarly new^ jLjL forsalo. 'I, / ' ? . .:? ///^MUBBAY, , . /f I ^^ . Auctioncor. / Numba. GN and after this ,dato/any CATTLE, fount! TRESPASSfif^ 01/ 'VVollomia Eun will; b'b impounded. \ JL,/ ?^-/ ' '''?'? '?'' .;:;/,; ? : ; .;? ^J ™l K'S. fEOWE. . -} ,;I18th. July, 18S1. . /...;.?;... .., :,].{\ ,.\r I ^???, t^'.'''!- ' faiilij; WdtJcei';7 : ' '''''?'''''' % .. mHIS is to state thall willNOT bo BESPQN- JL SIBLE for any DEBTS contracted,in .my 'n'lirno '-by my WifoiA jTONETT ROSE (lato' Howitt), of \Nowra.i5t lhavon, sho'ihaving loft' ,hor homo, without afiv ft cause.. ? ? i ??'-' ??;- '?' \v~;h bose, ?-'. ':?' ?.; '; .'?'V -''No. 76 Goorge- treeti'Bedforn; ' ' V ' ?' :.;[ :.?,?;,.-' ,.'.*???? . ???:?? ' .'. ' ? ? -.- - ? : Sydney. : . l'''''^')li'j'o':Ti jr'c 'je. ' ' \t ;;Ai!LL.CBEDITOESii tho Estat6»^Ii'. John; ;XJL :..:Bushton urp. joqi /^ted to scAd in their CLAIMS 'to tho 'iroAr EJH!ul/lioW later than ? TUESDA.T; 28th insf Afewti-ihution of tho Assets ...

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Sketcher. ANECDOTES OF THE AMERICAN STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

...ffyrjjw;. AtflCODOTES OF THE AMERICAN STAGE. (Cfiomdcrs' Journal.) When Charles Wobb was starring it at tho old Chatham Thoatro, in Now York, ho beoanio acqu dntod with a fish-doalor named Thomas Shaploigh, who had in his boyish days bolonged to a juvonilo drama tic company, and folt very muoh inolined; to tread tbo boards again, if a chanco offorod. It did offor. Tno actor oast for Polonius on Wobbs bonent mgnc was uu abloto play, and Shaploigh undertook to, supply his plaoo. Tho house was packed j and tho benofioiaro, and tho friond who had, ns tho bill put it, ' magnanimously volun teered his valuable sorvices, woro recoivod with loud aoolamntions. Tho first not wont off smoothly onough j but in tho second, whonon Polonius asking, 'Do you know nio, my lord?' Hamlot replies, 'Excellom woll ; you aro a fishmonger' — Mrs. Soup-, lolgh sitting in a front box, exolaimod:' ' Well, it ain'tvery pretty of you, Mr. Wobb, ^ after Tom haa beon so good to you, logo, showing him up in that...

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ESTHTIC LOVE-MAKING. THE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

?a33THETIC LOVE-MAKING. TUB APPEAL. Faimsosk, Dolla-OrnBo&n maid I Maid, ah, quite tod too ! , Plumes and oat-tails 'broidery laid : On thy gown of blue 1 . . Brio-a-brao of my desire, With thine eves of seaoook flre. UttereBt maid beneath' tbe san, : Let the bishop make no one—' ' - ' ' Cultured maid, ah, do I ? . . THE DENIAL. .?.-?--.; Ah, thou fell w»n Illy' man I .^ ? ?? -i Qjite too lonrtoontb-oentury'm'an - Whiap'ring to my storky fan, V ' Hie thee henoe 1' ah, dol ' ??:.-.?/ All of na consummate girls ? ; Wedded are to orewel twirls. Mates and mating I abhor, Bit— ?? '? Never even mate a sauoer. - Know that I am One already ' ? {n my gown of blue ; ? ' And I choose that yon and I, sir, ? . Still shall be two too. v ' CONCLUSION. ? : Did he pino, intense, bnt fated, ? Like an odd piece never mated 7 ' Oh, no, no, ' ' Quite not «o. . ' A fall and half and quarter moon, , ' And jaat the least bit oat of tone, He kept up his too-tooting 'beneath the' lady's OBnement, ' A...

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

Hfiw^IIstiejraB. Hunting Alligators in Floiuda. — Parties are hunting ihe 'gaioiB way down on the Caloosuhatobie ana Kissimoe rivers, and upon tho numerous lakes in that region. Nothing is naed exoopt tho skins upon the belly and legs, the rough, soaly plates upon tho baoks of tho animals being rejootod. The houuB are out off and buried for a few dayB, until the tusks oan be detached. It was announced some days oinoo that one person had oollcoted alligator teeth to tbe amount of three handrail and fifty poanda. This fnot alone will give some idea of the deatruotion now going on among these oreatures. On the St. Johu's Biver a now muthod has been deviaed for the uuoceaeful pursuit of this game. A dark lantern with a powerfal ri-fleotor is used on suitable nights, and no difliotilty is experienced in approach ing the quarry. The animals appear to be perfectly bewildered by the strong glare, and make no effort to eeoape. The gun is held within a few feet of the bond, a touch to the tri...

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Sumour. A GAMBLER'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 February 1882

f mroy. A GAMBLER'S LUCK. A Spanish gambler one day spent all his money at the green-table, and etill lingered there. The banker looked at mo inquiringly. I half rose to retire. I had fully determined . tn blow out mv brains in the street. I half i0Be, I say, and, aB I did ao,:I flaw upon the floor a round, bright objoot, which had a silver shimmer aa the bright gaslight fell . upon it. It was a' coin — a — -.Poaeta,' 1 interrupted. ' Yea,' lie wont on, ' a little bit of silver coin— only a peseta.' I placed my loot upon it, and, motioning to tho banker, said : 'Seventeen.' 'Seventeen wins,' said he, and on- tho seventeen ohangod seren silver duroB. ?? Do you leave it there? ' said'he. / I nodded. . . Again the ivory - ball span aroand, and again stopped at seventeen. Again I left the glittering pile; on seven teen, and again it won. Seven several times did the goddess fortune smile npon me, and whon I stopped it was not beoauBe I feared toventure farther, bat because I hao\ brokea ...

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Miscellaneous. A BAD MIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

[?] A BAD MIX. The foroman of a Montreal papor is in trouble. In making up his forms ho mixed an. artiolo on Catholic advances in Africa with a reoipe for making touiato catsup, and has been dodging the editorial shot gun ever sinco. Aa published, the article reads : ' The Bonmn Catholics olaiin to be making material advances in Africa, pnrti oularly in Algeria, where they have 185,000 adherents and o missionary society for Central Africa. During tho past three years they havo obtained a firm footing in tho interior of the continent, and have sont forth several miesionaries into the equa torial regions. They are accustomed to begin their work by buying heathen chil dren and educating thorn.' The easiest and beat way to prepare thorn is to first wipo them with it clean towel ; then place them in dripping-pans and bake them till they aro tender. Then you will have no difficulty in rubbing them through a siove, and will save them by not being obliged to cut them in slices nnd cook for ...

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Sketcher. PEARL DIVING AMONG DEVIL FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

SSkifytx. PEARL DIVINa AMONG DEVIL ?;? ??';??,' - PISH. .' We took pnssafjo by stoamor from' Panama for: Mazatlan, on tho Mexkmn; const, where: wo succoeded in hiring a small Cubing' schooner, with her Mexican ekippor nnd his son, for tho season, nnd at onco prncoeded to the Gulf of California, which is in tho same latitude aB the Por&inn Gulf, where some of tho fincBt pearls aro found. Behold us. then, at nnohor each niirht in a small bay, from threo to four hundred lniloB up tho Gulf — called by our Mexican capiian Bonitn Bay — and going out evory lnorninpr, when thore was wind enough, to abar,or 'band,' some few miles off shoro, to divo for pourl oystera; Thia may scoui to the reader a rather poetical business j yet it had sorao very hard, prosy and practical features. The wntor on this bank wan about forty feet deep. There were plenty of pearl oysters ther«, lying in beds, much liko table oysters, E.ich one is attached to some lock, or stick, or clump of other oysters, b...

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Household. A FEW HINTS REGARDING THE FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

§mtt$0Rr. A FEW HINTS EEGAEDING THE FOOT. (Ghamhersy Journal.) DEFOnaiTils anugly ldo-; emphatically so 'In ooDnootlon with youth and genoral :be»uby; Violent - exertion, comtralned poo turo or wo»knes», may distort tho spino or tho llmto, or dt»tioy the symmetry of the ahoulders; hard work may oramp and deface the fingeri : but the funotlons of the foot nro so ilmple and no independent, thnt| if It be left to do its work In tto own' way,! it Is nob eaaily deformed, oxcopt by per-j verie treatment, and eapeolnlly by belnR: ' cribbed, oabinerl, and confined' In stiff,, unjleldlng f«tter« cf lenther, imposed upon: It by lgnoranoe, or the tyrant Fonhlon and . hor devoted »Uy Vaalty. Theli denpotlom1 has decreed that our unfortunate toeB nhnll sailer pain nud aotual deformity, ns well «b the loan of the beauty »nd vigour with whioh nature h«» endowed them. As the foot needs only freedom and exercise to become well shaped and vigorous, and as our climato and custom oompol us to clotho it...

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CONSOLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

CONSOLATION. Natdre is not pitiless 1 Wuon npon some Bidden woe Mornings glitter, unnsots glow, Ab ia glad nnoonBoionanoBS, ??« Whon upon our dead delight ??? ' Sweet winds play and rcsaa bloom, And we seem to have no room For oar sorrow and no richt. ; Than,' ah, then ! oould we bnt know From what wealth of biles' eternal . Nature's joyance, freBh and vernal, Overflows upon onr woo— From what opulenoe of light Sho shines down upon our grief, Till in glimpses comes relief, As ihe'sinr-beams to the night— ' ; From all doubting we Bhonld cease, . ' Knowing that onr (altering glanoe Faints Rndfalla in tho exDnnea 01 a nniverse'bf peace i ? Mother Nature, f&ir and grand, Mocks na not, bat, round us throwing . Her warm arms, with love outflowing Bids na wait ecd understand. ' Then wb see that air and sky Throb with beauteous, boundless life, Windo and woods and waves are rife ' With unfailing melody. Every disoord of to-day, ' OflaAn'fl nnnn.'flr iAmnant'a inv. ' Ere it oan the o...

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Nature. HOW THE SEED BURIES ITSELF IN THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

%rh)T£ ???? HOW THE SEED BURIES ITSELF IN THE GROUND. : A riPEB on this subjeot was read at the recent meeting of tho British. Association by Sir John Lubbock. On of tho most in teresting parts in botany, he said, was the consideration ' of the reasons whioh led to different forms,'- oolours, and structures of seeds, and it was, he thought, pretty, well mode out ttiat a Jarge proportion or th'se might bo accounted'for either as serving to protect tho seed or to assist in its convey ance to a place suitable for its growth. If the seeds of trefes fell directly to the ground it was obvious that very few of them would have a chance of growing. It was an advantage to them, therefore, of which many availed themselves, to throw out wings, in consequence of which the wind wafted thorn to a greater or less distance. Others wore transported by animal?, and others again were thrown to a great dis tance by beautiful and wonderful contri vances in the plant. Some were enabled co penetrate tne ea...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

' EiOCAIi UnHEIiMGEflrCE. Lottery is tho sire of ' Homeo,' the prizo hackonpy at the show, and not ' Trump Card,' as stated in error in our last issue. The attention of horse dealers and others is ro-. que.itod to Mr. Hunt's sale of a splendid mob of horses at the Terrara sale yards on Saturday noxt. ... . , of Central Shoalhavon, Broughton Craok, and Numba, together with scores of cricket matches, otc. ?We hope that Mr. S. Elyard's movomont to form a Bonevolont Society for Shoalhavon will bo hoartly supported, and that the meeting an nounced for noxt Tuosday will bo well attended. Phesentatiox.— Last' Thursday, Eev. Mr. Elder, on bohalf of tho friends of Miss Glanvillo; who had for somo years acted as organist for tho church of Kngland at Nowra, and olsewhoro in tho parish, presented her with a watch and chain upon her retirement from tho position which sho filled with such satisfaction to tho church. It wasdosiredthattho movomont benot made known to Miss Glanvillo or -communicated...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. BY JUMBUCTOO. IRRIGATION FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

$0mltmt STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. Bt Jombuctoo. IRRIGATION FOE AUSTRALIA.. AMOVSMmT.withtrulynationalfeatures, has been commenced in New South Waloa, and the necessities of the case are of such ohoraotor as make ib certain the movement will go on to practical results. The bbjeot. in' view. is to commenco irrigation upon Bnoh a scale as shall settle the question whether irrigation ' ib feasible in the colonies. ? If irrigation will pay, enthu oinou- nui ul uuua utjumra in lavouroi huuu a scheme; and add their belief that.it is /not only feasible, but would prove highly profitable. We are, to eome extent, of similar opinion, and that, too, with some considerable knowlodgo of tho sections of oouhtry whioh it'is proposed to irrigate, . and those also from whioh the water sup plies are to bs i drawn. But in dealiner with a matter of mioh magnitude and import ance, enthusiasm will have to pive way to: more c»lm reasoning, which is the more likely to lead to the results that are desir abl...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

j-'V.vVjjSiiQJiniavcn - S*i)!icii-;Co«rt. ?'-.'' ??.:?'?'? .Atthp.Poh'cc Court, on Sati^rW .man,'nbpirfcf30 years of ,'ago; Vinmcd'John Oordpn. ''//««; ::Pdm', :. was' 'brought 'lioforo''j[i-.,i,S'iimiiol- tho ?jRpgrnnt' Act jwith'. -haying ' been,' bogeing at Terra'ra.;'dn'd w pnntdnCd'd to'thi-eo months iih pnFpnmont'Jtf-Wollpnponp'jriil. ^ :'': :: . : ,': Dji iTiiesday,* bofdrd Mews. B.' Browii and S. Elvard,,.Ts.P; Samoa Eonnody. of 'N'umba. siipd; uuiiu j.\,-.ij[uioy, ot ivangaroo,vaii6Vi lorrohising todoliyoi up 1 boi-o a,.giov gnldins allntrod to ?bo.ithp propoih of tho complainant PovorViiV ~,withdssos unhositntingh s\\ 01 0 to tho ldontity, of: .tho.ihbrso, ns to 'such distinotno marks-ins; rci)lour,.;,S\all-o\e, brand, lining a goldiniril-eii&f- ?ospocially James Glnd^ ot Bmnor who, ha.v-; ing.had elmrjo of tho foal nnd its dam for ; plaintiff, had founded and cnstiatcd tho animal: in dispute Dofondant, t\1io -was cios-.-OMimiiwl ;byjO;,iMiC 1 Kiohanls (who was lot...

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"FAINT HEART NE'ER "WON FAIR LADY." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

'? FAINT HEART NE'ER WON FAIR LADY.' I wish to introduce my readera to Mils Marlon Lturlt, born in New Jersey, buttas perfeob a little Sootoh hoauky aa If aha had bten born among the Gramplana. Indeed, her forefathers may have been the Indlganou' growth of that locality, for Deaoon D»ld Liuile 'allowed' they were thore when King Forjrao pre-empted the Cairngorm tracts — a oircumotanoe touching prehUtorlo tlmoi. David Laurie, however, seldom ps-mltted hlmielf to 'peak of auoh unpractical matters ; thoae blue hllla belonged to bis ohildhood and youth, atatea which he had nearly f or- gotten, tho more ao aa the bonnio laaaia he. wooed and won among their golden brooms had been long dead, and there now remained nn v'nthlA linir VinfiaTAan flin oliaiinnrir nub and the inteniely -oal present. Excepting — and I make the exception with all respect— Mias Janet Montelth, a ' far-ana' cousin' of Mra. Liurle'a, who had fillid the dubious poiltlon of mild and companion to that lady, and after he...

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Nowra Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

1. -,.,,. Itff9wra.JS5Maicip.al CttuneJI. jTiie .Council namodu abovo mot at tUo usual placo o'f vn\6ofing 6n -I'liosday ovdning' ln»f. Present, tho Mayor, and Aldorinon Graham, IIuutiMoss, und WatsdhJ -Tlio-iniiiuios of previous mooting ,wprp--vdad( , and;: ocft\firiiipd.-^The( report -of tho Fimuioo Cominittdo, rocbinmoiiding' }vij-uiont of vuw miitu. u^wi.nuMutt .ibuma, ,» tvo ii!ll/.jJLi;il! UH bill motion of Aldermon Moss 'arid, Graham;: J.J. Moorej £1 17s; F.Sidiidy, £4 4s jF: Sinclair^ 1; ' J. Brown^O/;}':' 6. TKomsoiiii'S i(is; T. Biriott, £3 Ga ; E, Chidloy, £2: IDs. Thp::Maybr:.ro pdrtotVthut hiaattentibn.ha(li hooii :ciillpd; to tho: uocossity for limiting tho quantity nfwiitorjbpirig . drawn; from .the :ratepaybi\s^w--l^ and fhat. ho had dauspd tho' nocossary^Witico to bo issued. - Wp'pn' its boinjj .vcportod i'thaVi tho wator snjiply in tho cdiinnbuwas -gottiiiujfibarco, and ??' that irSlqssra:1 -dlrown ?i.'ftiid - 'HylMnl'linving^ !}Jlnobil: a'puiiVp -'ta'dhiwvtliiB^va...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

[?] IlLL^SHERO; ??'? ? .?.? -. -OB The Marquis and the Freebooter. ' A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. BYSYLYANUS COBB, Je. CHAPTER XVI.— (Continued.') Iv oame upon him, thus thinking, that he might*? well play a, . parb as to leave the game wholly in the hands oE tho other ; for ?'JPWftl'kw -toolings were- touohed, -and though ho would not, under any ciroum . ? stances, ,havs sent the man away— yet he waSr. persuaded that he was assuming a. , part for effect. , Yos— he would play a part. too.,, -At least, he would hide his real Bentimerita. ... .... : 'VKtzEuataoo, you are beside yourself. ; Why. should I want you to go' P If yon are, ft8 you claim, and as I do not dispute, next Of kin. -after mv brntlhor nnii vnvaalt. ? I should- be doing an injustice to set fu^ adriEt. I . will . not dony that ,,nave, ^avoided you. So I have everybody, ; save thpae . with whom I had bntineas, No, no,: — go to your, room, — go- yherayoupleate,— mikeryourself at horns, lean. only ask you to 1st ma be ,...

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