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Humour. OLD JERRY'S PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

§mtia. - . ? '_^£i^ig OLD JERRY'S PHILOSOPHY. Dp darky's hour is jost beforo dawn. A bad man is j;iti orally suspioiouB ob his wifo. A man's face is a bullotin board whoro do news from his soul is writ. Do inoinory ob troublo stays wid a man longor dan do recollection od ploasuro fur a man can moan longer dan ho oan smile. Wlmn vnr HnoB an olo nicpor honovin' roun' a whito man, n,n* callin' him mas'er, jest watch him an' boo of ho doan want sometbin'. When I makes a brake at a man an1 ho knocks mo down throo timos, it don't tako mo long after dat to concludo dat I'ue rnoro'n met my matoh. ?Whon a whito 'oman takes anything outen a flto' they onll it kloptomania, but when a blaok 'oman docs do pamo thing, it's callod do wus sorter stealin'. : '?? Bald heads hnb al'ers boon respedted. Do olebald-hoaded prophet was so highly 'spooted dat whon a lot of ohillun laughed at him an' said, ' go up, ole bald-h oad,V sho b'ara cum outon of do woods an' 'stroyod forty ob do number. A groat deal...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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PHCEBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

?PHOEBE. ' Eb'e palos in Heaven ihe. morning star, A birdi the loneliest o£ its kind, Hoars Dawn's faint footfall from afar Whiloall its mates are dumb and blind. It ia a wee Bad-coloured thing, As Bhy and, secret aa a maid, That,orejiu ohoir tho robins sing, ' : j. i^ioo wo uwu xiumu iikb one airaia. Ib seems pain-prompted to repeat, The story of some anoient ill, .,,... But P.'ixl-c ! Phallic .'.sadly sweet '-.?' ,' Is all it says, and then is still, .'.. ??- It calls and listens :: Earthandsky, ? ; Hushed by the pathos' of its fate, ' - Listen ; no whisper of reply ?;'?'-? ???? '?? Comes from its doom-dissevered matei ,'? ? ' Phmbe! it calls and calls again, ;'...? . ,'?-./? ?* And Ovid, could he but have heard, ': Had hung a legendary pain ? \ About the momory of.the bird j A pain articulate so long - ? . In penanoe of some mouldered orhne Whose ghoat still flica the Furies* throng Down the waste solitudes oi Time j Waif of the youne World's ' wohdnp'hnnf. When gods found mortal...

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THE LATEST BY JOSH BILLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

THE* LATEST BY JOSH BILLINGS; I have never known n sekond wife but wba waz boBB of the BituaBhun. After a man gits to be thirty-eight yeara old he kan't form any new habits ranch ; the best he kan do is to steer his old ones. Anny man who oan swap horsea, or oaloh fish, and not lie about it, ia az piuz aa men' ever get to bo in this world. :. Tho saBByeat man I ever met ia a ben peoked husband when ho ia away irom homo. An enthusiast ib an individual who bollovea about four times aa muoh as anybody be lieves. The dog that will follow anybody fttn'l. worth a OUBB. ' Thozo poople who aro trying to get to; heaven on thoir kroed will find out at last that thoy didn't have a thru ticket. Too Ionp; oourtshipa are not always JO dioious. The partys often tire ontakorolng 'fore the trot begins. Ono quart ov ohoop whisky (the ohoeper -be bettor;, judioiouely applied, will do more businoBs for the devil than the amartoBt deacon ho haa got. ' ' I don't rekoleot doing enny thing that! was juat'a...

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BROTHER GARDNER ON HONESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 March 1882

BROTHER GARDNER ON HONESTY. '?If I should find a perfeokly honest man —honest in his oppressions, honest ia hia dealings, sincere in his Btatomonts— I shouldn't like him,' said Brother Gardner, ' asSthe meeting was called to order. ' Ho k would be a lonesome object in dig aigo. He would seek in vain far companionship. While I bolieve dat honesty am de - bes' polioy, I doan' look bo see it practised beyand a certnin limit. When I trade ' mules wid a man I kinder like to doubt his word. I want to feel dat ho am lteepin' still 'bout do ring-bones an' spavins, an* dat de beast he sayB am jist turnin' fo'teon y'ars will nebber see his 21st birthday no moar. It am monotonous to deal wid a man who am perfectly honeat. If I lend a man money I want him to be honest 'nuff to return It, but if ho kin trade mo a ' watch worth 3dols. for a gun worth Bflbon I shall think none de loss of him: If men. „ were so sincero dat wo felt obloeged to, ' beliove whateber dey aBaerted we Bhonld hev no use fu...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. "ANY MONEY FOR A 1 COACHING HORSES." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

0\ AVf ?'lYiTirVVA STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. By Jumbuctoo. 'ANY MONET FOR A 1 COACHING HORSES.' It is nothing short of an anomaly that while horses, young', apparently sound, and each, with all its limbs, oan be purchased for £i. a leg, and for lees at times, really A 1 coaohers are, at this moment, worth literally any money in our oolonial cities. Yofc it need rot coat; much more to breed useful horses than weeds in this ? country. When tho right Btarfc is made, it is doubtful whether tho grand upstanding saddlo and light harness horses, which wore abundant and cheap in tho colonies twenty yearB siara, cost any more than, on tho average, weeds cost thoso who allow things of tho kind to multiply now. We had not run qnijo so wild on racing stock then, nor wero there such crowds of weod7 stallions about as there aro now. Hence, to no inconsiderable extent, the difference in tho young stock. Thin chested, fine headed, longijiecked, and viciously high spirited woods havb booomo so nume...

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AN IRON WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

AN IRON ?WELCOME. 11 Mug. TnErrEArtND is ooming home to night.' 'Tho squire ia bringing his wife home at last, and we shall Bee what we shall boo I' 'Tho master's a bold man sure 'nought and the lady'Jl need a stout hoart too, it so bo all that's told about tho plaoeis true. But then, it's a paok o' Hob, most likely ; but tho housomaid np yon— she's Jane Latey's daughter from other side of Qwfiop — do say that bug oan't make Miss Trehearne oat at all now. She nevor says a word, good or bad, about hor brother's wife, and goos on just as if she was to bo mistress up at Ttehearne all her life.' Thono are a few of the remarks and oon jooturoa that are bandied aboat among a group of loitering, lazy, lounging, Bimplo minded and mannersd, and withal bitterly ouiious villagers as they sun thorrtBelveB against the railings that surround the village pond, on whioh me disporting languidly the village daoks and geese. The hamlet of Polvorrow has not had such a logitiinato source of local excite...

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[?]obelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis aud The Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

* t*- ' BELLA'S HERO; OB The Marquis and The Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. By SYLVANUS COBB, Jb. (j CHAPTER XVlI—lOontinued-) | UNLOOKKDTOKhelpwasafchand. Hehad I spoken thus far, when the door communi *? % eating with, tho hall -waa opened, and cP§ ' Je'y Trimble entered, his freckled face | hearing unmistakable sign of rare intelli | genco. I ' Well, Jerry ! 'What has happened ?' 5 ? 'A visit of tho doctor, my lord I' I 'IHal' , abb, my lora r ' Pshaw ! Lev the lording be for now, and go on with tho facts. What are thov ? Who is sick ?' ' 'Oh! Don't pinch my arm quite so affectionately. So,-that is better. Yes, —the doctor came more than an hour aeo, ~ and went at once to the library, where the marquis sat ; and he haa has just gone. There's a wonderful work at miring medicine! I hung on upon my post, and . waited for tho valet to show himself - and - Tn6a lhV°™' I Pimped him. Poor fellow! HewaB really weeping. And no wonder. Tho doctor has told Lord Mendon that ho can...

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Poetry. A MILL SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

[?] 1 ' * A MILL SONG. . Bx HUOH OONWAT, - , 0 hbrrt and fast ia the busy-rhyme -,/.t Tlie mill wheel flings all day, jYot Robin tho miller has plenty of time , ? . To spare when I paBB that way. ' O Janot I' ho orles, ' I love yon well * ,' Bat keep onr ecotet sweet ;' .Tot somehow or other the lassies toll WhnnAVAV too nliannn l/i wtanl 0 lond and oloar, 0 load and olear, The olnok of tho busy mill I Thoro's'.niany a gossip about Hear, ? ? - - ' Whose toDgue rnna faster still 1 The ooat of my Robin is white with meal That floats from tho grain below, And aomotunoa, it may be, his arm nil steal Whore a swootheart's arm may go. And thu gown I wear is bine and dark And bears a token plain, So :the luBsion they laugh at tho dusty mark ' 0, Janet, again, again I' 0 loud and oloar, 0 load and olear, Tho olaok of the busy mill, Thnro's many a goBflip about, I fear, Whoso toDgno rnns faster still.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

' No pont up Utica contracts our powers ' may he truly said of ono of tho most invtiluablo preparation of moilorn timus, for its salosuro not connnod to any particular sphero, butoxtbiul ovor all tho quarters of tho f»lobo. Ordors nro being constantly rocoirod from roraoto soctions, nnd its oxporfc constitutes ouo of tho stnnlos of our trade. Circulars and pamphlots explanatory of its curative proportios havo beon translated into all laugungos, and thoro is no portion of tho world whoro Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. , Dew op the Alps.— Tho world outsido of Europe having discovororl that this palntablo ionic liquor is tho finest iuvigorant oxtant, the demand for it in tho Wost Indies, South Amorica and Australia has literally becomo oriormous. It is strange for hundreds of years so wonderful an appetizer and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown boyond the Swiss fron tiers, and the thanks of millions aro due to Messrs. 11; AToss and Co., t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

0 To Oar Subscribers. ' , , QXroSCBIBEBS to this journal not receiving , i O thoir papor regularly, ?will obligo by 5() promptly communicating the fact to the pro , \, 'priotor, at the offlco of thiB papor. Published every Thursday Morning. THUBSDAY, MAECH 9, 1882.

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Shonlliavcn MuSBh' TThtie TuJ»Ie. : LiuiroMcwiVnio ? T\'w T. F.''s. 'Suii'. n.nt. :=? ? Arrlrn Yurrii»Kn ... ilo do do ilo tin ilo 2.30 am IlnnutiKnrry. ilo Un do -lo 'In ilo 5a.in: KiinmmMlV'ly (In do ilo ilo ill) il-i Oi.M. Onmtavmrra. do ilo do do tin do B.Ou.m. ?' Nowro ? do do do do do do 0.5 n in. LmivoNnwni ? ilo do ilo do ilo IO11.111. Suiidii}-, p.ni'.' Arrive Tomi-roni; ? lo do do do ilo 1p.m. „ -1.30 „ AV'iuidumllun. do ill) do llo do 2 p.m. „ 5.30 „ Conjola ? .In do ilo do ilo -I p.m. „ t«l- „? Tattoyattah.. do do do do do op.m. ,, 7.90 o Jlill/m ? do do do do do Up.lu. „ -J „ ? !lll|!'i'»i^_lI0_Ji) do do do 7pm .. 10 .. lj'.ivt: iMliidollii ? ST'»Pl\ W T. l'ri. l.:m n.m. ', AimeMill.m ? lo .lo ilo .In ilu .to WM) „ Yntlinattuh.. do do do do ilo do (1.15 „ Conjoin ? do do du do do do 7 „? ?Wiiiiilimdiiiii. do il'i do ilu ilo ilo U.lfl „ Tommoui; ? do do do do do do 10,15 ,, Xouni ? do do do do do du 1.30 p.m. TiCftVt1 Nmvrn ? ilo do ilo do do ilo il.JH) „ Cumliownmi. do ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

, N6t long ago, Mr. William ForBter, the ' , head of tho erstwhile Opposition in our '? ? j Legislative Assembly, addressed the public v't through tho Press on the subject of -what ho ,,j called ' Personal Government,' as illus f-f trated by the manner in which the supporters ' of Sir H.Parkes's Cabinet werecoercedtovote for the passing of the notorious Milburn Creek award by the threats of the Premier to resign, if the item was rejected. Those who atall take that interest in politics, which is due from the free subjects of a free State, if they have been comparing the past or contemporary history of Eesponsible Govern ment in the mother country with that insti tution past or present in this county, — if the analyst be possessed of moderate intelligence and powerof penetration, — cannothavefailed to come to a conclusion damaging to the repu ' t try. There are, no doubt, disabilities inciden tal to tho position of the colonial statesman, cabinet minister, or legislator, which to some...

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FOR THE FARMER. Pig management. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

W&M T'BBE FAKMEK. Pig Management. Success in raising pigs profitably depends upon feeding liberally till the pigs are three or four months old. Let them have the run of a grass or clover pasture, and after the harvest they will do woll on the wheat stub ble. The cost of raising in this way is very little. In the wiuter they will need richer food. They should have tlry, warm quarters with plenty of warm straw. Where cows or cattle are fed grain or oilcake, or where tho new system of ensilage is practised the pigs will, to a considerable extent, pick up thoir own living. In my case we give them warm slops twice a day during the winter. ? They may seem to be getting too fat, but this will not hurt them. I like to see them in good condition when turned out to grass in tho spring. And uatil the grass is abundant and nutritious I should feed the pigs night and morning with the same food that they have had during the winter. With good pasture well bred pigs that have been pro perly...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Greville's Telegram Company. J SIDNEY. \ . Wednesday, .1 p.m. A distinct shock of oarthquakd was felt at Port Darwin, on Saturday, but ? no damage waB done. ; TheAll-EnglandEleven and tho Australian Eleven left Sydney together last night, ovor land, by tho mail train, for Melbourne. A large number of persons asaomblod at tho station to bid them farewell, and to wish the Australian team success. During tho passage of the' Wakatipau from Now Zealand to Sydney, a sun-fish got jammed across the vessel's bow, where it re mained for twenty-four hours. Attempts were made to secure it, aud a grapnel was hooked on, but owing to the immense weigh' of the monster, which was about two tons, it was lost. The most bulky letter ever sent from Syd ney to London was sent by tho steamer Potosi for a merchant in this city to his London firm. The letter weighed eight pounds, and the postage amounted to £9 17s 4d. Melbourne. — The medical staff of the Hospital to ...

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The Bishop of Melbourne on the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Tlie Bishop of Melbourne an the Drought. Db. MoonnousE, Bishop of Molbourno having been recently asked to issuo a prayer for rain, intimated iu roply (tho Argus states) that it is in tho power of all clergymon to use tho 'prayer for rain' in tho Book of Common Prayer when they please ; but that ho hesitated to comply with tho request. He wont on to say that he had warned tho people that God indi cated by His providential arrangoments that it was His will that wo should conservo tho water sent to us in tho winter ; but that nobody heeded, and that it seemed to tho Bishop absolutolyira pious to cry to God and to neglect His own providential indications of His will. Tho bishop added that i£ he did issue a prayer it would be as follows : — ' Forgivo us, 0 Lord, that wohavo so indolently and so irreligiously broken Thy natural laws, nnd dospisod tho indications of Thy will in tho time past, and givo us grace, wo beseech Thoo, so as to lay to heart Thy presont grievous and most just chast...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

LOCAL HVTBIifLSWE^CS. At tho Shoalhavon Police Court, on tho 1st instant, bofore Mr. S. Elyurd, J.I'., H. Middlo ton pleaded guilty to having been drunk at Nowra on tho 26'th ulfc., and was fined os. Paid. Ax the Court of Petty Sessions, Broughton Crook, on 3rd March, befoi-o Messrs. Stewart and M'lntj'ro, Js.P., tho following Iiconse3 wore granted to tno unuerniGntioiiea persons : — Thomas 0. Symo, of Broughton Crook, hawker's liconso ; Denis M'Carthy, of Kangaroo Valley, slaughtering license. Cricket. — Wo have received tho score of a cricket match played at Milton on Saturday, Fob. 18, between tho Numba and Milton clubs, but it arrived too late for insertion in this issue. We may horo say that tho Milton club won the match, with 35 runs to sparo. Tho return match between those clubs will be played at Numba on Saturday nest, March 11. Educational. — Wo direct attention to an ? advertisement in this issue from Miss Ernostino Marraok, who proposes to give instruction in Music, Frenc...

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Banquet to Mr. J. M. Lynch. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Banquet to Mr, J. Itf. I/ynch. A complimentary banquet to Mr. J. M. Lynch of the Sydney Daily Telegraph, on tho occasion of his leaving for Melbourne, whero ho intends for the future to reside, was given at Tidswell's Metropolitan Hotel yesterday evening. There wero about 50 gentlemen present. Tho chair was Qcuupiuu. uy i\u\ wmiam eraser Axarun, M.L.A., on whoso right hand wore tho guost of tho evening and Mr. W. Bobertson, while on his left were the Hon. J. Sutherland, M.L.C., and the Hon. Robert Burrows, Victorian Minister for Mines. Tho vico-chairs wore filled by Mr. T. Hales and Dr. Belgrtve. Thore were also present the following members of the Legislative Assembly :— Messrs. D. O'Connor, T. M. Slat tery, and Tarrant, with Messrs. Jatnieson, J. G. O'Connor, A. Maokay, W. Wynn, L. Baylees, W. H. Hicks, B. Hordern, 0. Bennett, T. Atkin son, J. Hutchinson, and many others. The banquet, provided by host Tidswell, was all that could be dosired. The usual loyal toasts having been prop...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Cricket. A . match was playod on Saturday, .tho 2jtirr inst., botwoen tho Burrior and Kangaroo Valley clubs.which terminated in another victory for the former club. Tho following are tho scoi-es : — BURRIER CO. 1ST lXXIXOS. 2SI- INN-IHO1. 'W. Konncdv, b Towney ? 0 Mtiirriiy.. ? .; H C. Thorlmrn. 1) Towni-y ? 3 1) Ml ? :i 11. lliilrtulpli, b OniilmrKcr '.;'. 0 b Townoy '....' ? I Jr. Thornum, b Towney ? 5 b Bico ? -1 W. Itarrnn, bHico . ..'. ? 8 b Towney ? lr, S.Bichimlson,cnice,bToivney 7 bDice ? r J. Snake, ran out ? 0 b Bice ? ......:..:.' IB J. Thnrburn, b Towney ? !l c Dice, b ]loll ? 5 J. 3MI, b Towney ? 2 ' not out...'. ? ft .T. Mnlley. not out ? 0 bllico ? 3 S. Kcuncily, c Bnilcy : ? 2 c Bico, b Bell ? 7 Sundries ? 15 Sundries ? 17 Total ? ,,'. ? ~6 Total! ? ^ KANGAROO VALLEY 6.0. ' lBT IXXIXOK. ' ' '? ' ' '-''? r ??';-. 2XD lXXINOS. 1). Price, c nnil b BiMulpli ... 0 b Thomson ? .1 J. Tnwnnr. b Uitliliilnh ? fl 1) Ttulrlulnh ? ? 7' ' o Richardson, b Bid- - S. Mnrrav, b Diddu...

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Sir Henry Parkes in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Sir Henry Parkes In America. Oub readers will remember that towards the close of tho last session of Parliament the health of Sir Henry Parkos failed so seri ously that his medical advisers found it im peratively necessary to order him rest, com v . bined with change of air and scene. In consequence of this advice, Sir Henry deter 1 mined to take a trip to the old country by ^ -way of America— choosing that route with a view to an endeavour to cement the friendly i feelings which exist between the United States and the Australian colonies, and to extend and improve their commercial rela tions. A matter that had long forced itself upon the attention of the colonial public, and to which Sir Henry Parkes had devoted muoh thought, was the possibility of estab lishing a large wool trade between . the colonies and the United States. It is an as ' rtained fact that Australia win produco n class of fine wool that America canmanu fucturo with profit, though for climate rea sons, probably, sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

03* Meetings to Ibe Held. ? Good Templar's Lcdjje inoetB at Nowra, Mwoh 16, 1882, at 7 p m.

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