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

, Illuvmrru steam Wavigutlnu - - Company. 'j't. ' , TIME TABLE. ,', F^Sylncy. (atSSfffilBi From Greonwoll ( Monday, 0 a in. ; Tuesday, !t ' , , * 'Poiut. ( p.m. ; Thursday, 8 a.m. i,' ? | '' FAKES- -»- Cabin, -3--s; Return (Cabin), 30s; 1 ' ' '- r htcci-ugc, 12h iUi. C -v-.-Nb Pigs or other Livo Stock tmII lio convoyed v'' ''by' tho-titoamor lcavin'g foi fsjdnoy on Tuesday, afternoon. ' „ ir ? ? ' « E. MANNING, ? „ I ' Managor. ?Wanted t«- «-e Known. W JONES, Collms-shopt, Kinnin, has . IloihO', 'ind Vcliules FOR 1TTRE. - Ho i« vi'oiutvod to ran botween ^Vollongoiig and UlUdulU. AIm), Ui.it lio is a (.ash inuchufer of Ilidcs and skiiiH in any -uumtitv. ? D. 11IBSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, M ( , i J AMBER 00. | W, HA' LI, I General Commission Agent, PU4NBUCE MIIERCJMlXT, , 110, SUSSI.X-S1REET, Sydney. N.B. — Country Oiclois piomptly attomlod to. , ;T. W. GRAVEST, ? 'Produce Merchant & General Commission Agent., ( ' | [EataWuhcd 1867.] Sronjcs— l.'M, SrssEX-Sr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Weekly Calendar for March. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Vj- ........ Weekly Calendar for March. ' Phases of the Moon. :. .u .'.'.TuilMoon...-. 5th, at 10.44 a.m. Last quartor . . 13th, at 7.33 a.m. ;/ ;i iNowMoon .. 19th. at 10.22 p.m. iv) i;.;ii- Erst quarter...: 26th, at 11.38 p.m. —, f- — Sun-^ High water atShoal l -UATE| Rises. .' Sots. - haven Heads. II. M. I II. M. P. If. A. M. , ,9 5 56 6 25 10 38 10 56 , 10 5 57 6 24 11 14 11 35 i, , 11 5 57 6, 23 11 55 ? ' | 12 5 58 6 22 12 18 12 40 n 13 5 59 '6 20 : 1 9 1 37 !.,. 14 6 0 6 19 2 14 2 51 ,' f 15 6 1. 6 17 3 34 4 16

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Mhoalhavcn Shipping IntelllKencc. EXPOBTS. ' rvftr^XaJllxmm, Captain J. Ginle, on the 2.1nl February. To . — ;- Sydney: SS9bajpi potntoM, 16 bnpi mnize, (I8kcg« butter, '14 ? : ?casoseggn, 53 pigs, 6 cnlven, 1 cow, 13 chrose«, 1 case cheese, ::?'. ' Stiueanarrcy, 8 tins honey, 10 coops poultry, 1 bundle akin«, ? .'? ,'«0dBU»aric». To Kinma: 2 horses, .% pigs, 22 hags maiw, ???-''? , Hang leather, nnd sundries. ;^,\-.-.jK.IUawBrra,C|iptnin.T. Gardo, on the 27th Fcbninrj-. To ? ?? ? Sydney ': 604 baits maize, 402 baR« potatoes, S58 pieces cedar, 63 kOK» butter, 3 wives, 2 bules wool, 8 cnHes --irgB, B hor»es, S ?:? fcogslriieat, 1 cask tnllow, 3 Impi leather, nnd sundries To 1 ; Kiama: 7 pigs, 2J bags nmiro. To Wollongong : 42 hags ??' ''per Kamoruko, Curtain Bishop, on tho 28th February. To Sydney : 40 bags maize, 43 bags potatoes 181 kegs butter, 11) ' ? ' 'Coses egffB, 48 cbecses, 1 cane cheese, 1 baf? omons, 7 coops ,'i' poultry, 1 bag Wiles, and sundries. To Kiamu : 3 cases bottl...

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HOW IT HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

HOW IT HAPPENED. There waa a railroad oxoaruion from Jaok non Oonnty yesterday, and among the orowd was a man who ealled at the office of the Chief of Polios to make a statemonf. ' When the ohief waa ready to hear the details, the man began : . ' I waB juBt oomlng ont of the dap6t when [ met a fellow with a nnnint in liio I nit ana Got that down?' ?' ?? - 'Yen.' 'Well, ho held ont his hand and said how 'do you do, Judge Perkins ? I kinder held out my hand and said I waB party well, thank yoa. I am no moro Jadge Parkins than yoa are, but I thought I'd draw the fellow ont a little. Got that down ?' ? ? -? 'Yob,' 11 Well, we shook hands and walked for tho oorner, and he aBkod me it I ever ab sorbed. I said I did, and went over to a saloon and Buiroundod some beer. Are yon following ?' ?' Yes.' ' My friend said his name was Collins and that he was in the mule business. ' Then we absorbed Borne mote.' 'Yea.' ' . . . ' He aBked me if I didn't xemombBr of loaning him 2dolu. in Toledo in 18...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Hubert Dillon. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

' ' '?' llIISCELliAHr.EOUS. M Complimentary Winner to Mr, ' Hubert Hilton. ?We suiiYmnriso from the Camphelllmcn ITtrahithn following roport of tlio proceedings tit a dinnnr givon to Mr. Hubort Dillon upon his being pro moted to the offico of PoUko Magistrate nnd Clerk of 'Potty Sessions at Walgott : — Whon it was mado known that Mr. Hubort 'Dillnn. wVln Tins fillnfl flin nffinnR of Olnrlt of ? Potty Sessions and Bogistrar of tho District ?Coui't n't Campbolltown for nearly four years , TMst, had recoivod tho appointment of 1'olico 'Magistrate at Walgott, a number of tho most : ?? 'influential gontlomon and othora in tho district Tosolvod not to lot him inovo away ?without ?doinoustrating in soino way tho ostitnation in ?which he was genorally hold by tho community. Accordingly a banquet was arranged for, and on Monday, February 20, it was given at tho Tom , perauco Hall. Mr. John Kidd, M.P., occupied the chair, and Mr. Chavlos Bull, solicitor, : ? ;, tho vico-chair. Amongst tho gue...

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Humour. THE MERCURIAL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

: ? .- 0-itiOTC. THE MEE0UBIAL MAN. They said 'twas temper; called him n-cid; They bade him oft bo calm and placid; Poured on his head a vorbal river ; They little recked— Ho had a liver. The sky to them was bright, enrth green ; Life ono sweet race of iov serene. To him timo lagged, ono cold blue shiver, And all looked blue — He had a liver. They said ho drank — his noso derided — ''Tiros red nnd blue— the tints divided. His mother doubted j saints forgive her 1 He could not drink— Ho had a liver. . '' His temper soured — bile was his bane ; Beneath hij shouldor-bladea lurked pain; His aching head would make him quiver : I've known him swear— , ,; 7T« hnA t\. liTraiv He went to great Sir Phee Phopuum, Who dosed with Pil Hydrar-gy-rum— : Dog'B Latin that for quickBi-liver ??? ?? ; ? To blue pill turned — ? ' ?.'??'-? ? He had a liver. ' i .-;. He loved and wooed, Alas! this gal ? Doclared him too mercurial; . ' Declined to fill his -nuptial quiver :''? She wanted heart — .' . h '.??...

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

Educational, I* TISS EnNESTINE MAREACK is proparod ^X to instruct a/imitod numb'or of Pupils in MUSIC (Vocal, jfjtfflo, and Organ) . and PBENCIl. Miss *JM«iACIC holds Certificates from .tho Univorsif/of Molbmirno. Eor TisnMS, apply to Mn. Mahhack, Nowia. IVoticc to SIiipncrH. ^ 'TNTIL further notice tho Brisbane stoamor \_) willloavo Teiiaia ut 8 a m., and Boma douvat 11 a.m. ovciA'TJIilSDAY for Gieonwoll Point. '?, : fl//'^/ Tlio stoamor Broftgut/n will loavo Torrara at. 10 a.m. ovoiy MOXLtW for Bioughton Ciook, and loavo Broughton Crook at 12 o'clock noon on TUESDAY for Groonwnll Point. A. BUCHANAN, Agont and Mastor. N»VTH COAST & 1VJKST CAMSIKIV' CO-OPEUATIVE COMPANY. V (Limited.) To tlie Dairy Farmers, Agricultur ists, and Storekeepers, of tlie Boutli Coast and 'West Oamden Districts. rT^HB notablo jnurast this Company has _L alroadj' achioy/cJ, /vteants us in asking tho continued Cj/iffJOuco and support of our frionds, and insf ires /ur confidonco in asking for the supp...

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CAREY OF CARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

OAEEY OP OAESON. The night-mist dim »nd darkling As o'or the roads wo pneu, Lies in tho morning sparkling As dow-dropB on tho rjrABS. E'en so tho doeda of dnrknoss, Whioh oomo like midnight down Appear like sparkling itoiua Next moininR in tho uows. Away in Carson oity, ' Far in the Silvor Land, Thero Hvea ono Jnstioo Carsy, A man of head and hand : And aa upon his table The Judge a-amokiug sat There rowiliod in a rouRhor '. Who woro a gallows hat. . . / Ho looked upon tho Justioo, . ^ But Jadtioo did not budge Until the younger warblod, 'S»y — don't you kaow mo, Jadge?' ' I think,' Bald Oaroy moekly, ' Your faoo (nil well I know— I sent yon up for stealing : A horse a year ago.' ? ' Ay, that is juBt tho hair-pin I am, and that's my lino ; And hero is twenty dollars I'vo brought to pay the fino.' ' Yoaowo no flue,' Baid Carey, ' Your pnnishmo'it is o'or.' 'Not yet,.' replied the rover, ' ' I'vo oome to havo some more. II Fust-rate assault and batt'ry I'm goiu' to commit, And you're ...

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Attempt to Assassinate Queen Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Attempt to AssusNiiiate 4&uccu 'Vic- toria. The state of public fooling in Sydnoy and tho neighbourhood in rogaid to the attempted assassination of our boloved Sovorign is in dicated in tho following from tho ICr.lio of Monday : — Tho recent attempt upon tho lifo of tho Queen continues to form tho chief topic of conversation in tho community. That tho act of M'Lean, the woula-bo murrtoror, liua noitnor niotivo nor purpose nor political bignidcanco is shown by tho lolographio mosbagos which wo publish abovo. M'Loan uvows that he had no intention of hurting tho Queon. Tho gratification, how over, at her Majesty's oscapo is niino tho lust Bincoro, and from all quarters congratulations havo poured in upon her. Yesterday in tho various chinches ot tho city roforonco to tho ovent was made in ono way or othor. Tho National Anthem was playod in many, and tho prayors ^oio especially dncotod to an oxprassion of thc-ouou ol the pojplo at tho outrago and thoir grafitudo at tho tailuro o...

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

M^^msm**'*®*™^ ?] 'J One of the jury m tho Milbuin Cieek case : ? yy^ntes^tlx^Dqily^rilujraph stating that eight -?-? ''-of: th^'jiu-y were' in favour of nil acquittal and ??, ;ft». 'four^foija, conviction. / -:' A'ccouicTs from tho Alanmng and Noithoin . Eivers'show that; though tho niai/o u op is not *' :'as:henvy asusual, il is being gaineiod, aiid that 11 '. fllfl'.fifrfif. RllllllTinnf rwill.lm 'tntirln ],\r tliioKmn I ;: ' '.':;?' ?THE^Iiiteriiationiil cuckot matoli, played at jy'^iiSj^dugy,l'anid;which,toiininatcd on Tuosdaj last, ,. ? .'- l'esUlted irf''a win'ioi the'A'ustiaban Elovon by ?Q..; f^rruniCand ,G'\yiokets. , , ,-. ( ?v«* -: W: SLaw^and Justice —Monday's Evening Ncu.8 :.'.'., .. bays ir^-Tho -public will, poihups, bo faurpiiaed — &\;h .r.audj^doubtless 'i indignant — to leain that Ml ;''? .:'-r .JqhiilHayiies . and'Mi. Jolm J)\ Aichibald, two ^^ ?i.,ofthe p'rojii'iptors of tho Built tin, weio this uioin Jji-jj^ipgJarr^tpd'undof ;'a wnt of ui. sa , and lodg...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Cnmtlcii €o oitci'ntivc Company (BJiuIUmI). Sydney Market Phioes. BoloW wo givo gonoral quotations. £ b. tl. . £ s. d. Butter, best, por lb . 0 1 i) to Oil 6 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 1 0 „ 0,1 2 Haaon, difro . 0 0 7 „ 00 8 Ditto heavy, and tough 0 0 3 ,, 0-; 0 (i Ohoeso, ditto ? 0 0 6 „ 0-0 8 Ilittoaiidandinfoiior 0 0 3 , » -0 0 6 Pigh (alive), each.... 0 18 ,0' ,,, 18 0 Calv 09, ditto ? 0 8 0, .,, 0 10 0 Ilidos.oach ? 0 10 0' ,,' -1' 6 0 Calfskins, oach ? '0 'l! d ? '„-' 0 '0 0 Tallow, por ton ? 24 iO-HO : ,,/ 28. 0' 0' Maize, per bushol . . 0 ,,4j 9 „; 0 6 0 Wheat, por bushol .. 0 5 , 6 , „ 0 6 '0 Bailoy, (English) .. 0' 3 9 ' (i ' 0 4 ,0 Dif to, (Cape) ditto .. 0 4 0 ' „ '0 ''41 3 Oats, ditto ? '0 -3 J3 ' „ '0 i3 G Ilaj (oaten) por ton.. 5 0 j0 ; ,! COO Ditto(lucorno)ditto.. 3 10 ,0 ,,4 10 o Potatoos ditto ? 3 10,0, '4 0 0 Eowls, por pail .... 0 2' 0' „ ' 0'3 0 Ducks, ditto ? 0 3 C' ?„ 0 '3 0 Goose, ditto ? 0 5 0 „ 0,, 0 0 Tm keys, di...

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Cable Intelligence. London, March 2, 8.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Cable EntfellBKeiice. , {From the Sydney Pcqiers ) London, March 2, 8 20 p m. Her Majesty Queon Victoria, with Pimcess Beatuco, aimed at Windsoi Station by special tiain fiom London, ut six o'clock this o^oning, whon a miioiablo looking man fned at tho Queon with a lovolvei. Tho shot missed tho aim, and nobody w as hm t Tho man was lmmo ili Holy ni lostetl Tlie attempt on Hoi lilo is snid to havo no political meaning. Ilisbohe\ea to bo tho act of a lunatic - ^ Tho nows 'of tho attempt 'spiead lapidlj thiough London, and ovokod a gonoiat fooling of indignation. ' - 1 1110 pm. Tho namo of tho Quoon's assailant is AL Loan, aged 27 The lovohor which was used by the miscioant was ono of Colt's Amencan mako Two bands woielound to havo been dischaigod, two othois being loaded. ( i » , ' Tho would-be ossasbin said that^ho waBim pollod to peipotrato the attempt hom a feeling of hungei 'it' „ Pimcess Beatuce, who i accompanied hoi Majesty, noticed tho t man faro thoiovolvor, and was much alai...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. TUESDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1882 (BEFORE Messrs. B. Brown, S. Elyard, John Glanville, Jas. Fraser, and J. M'Arthur, Js.P.) A. Fleming v J. Green. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

Shonlhavcn Court or IleuucNta. Tuesday, March 7ttt, 1882, (Bkpoiie Messrs, B. Brown, S. Elyard, John Glanvillo, Jas. Frasor, and J. M'Arthur, Ja.l\) A. Floming v. J. Groon. Fat bullock, i'G. Defendant pjondod not indobted. Tho ovi donco of plaintiff wont to show that about two years and four months ago ho sold to Groon a fat bullock, for tho sum of £(i ; by nrrungomont between tho parties tho boast wus pormittod to remain on plaintiff's farm for two mouths ; in tho muantimo, llushton (for whom Groon had bought tuo bullock), uouglit soiuo cattlo lrom a lommg, tho vnliio of which woro about £'20 ; at tho ro quost of plaintiff tho bullock bought by Groon was takon by Kushton ; Kushlon gave Fleming a pro. note for tho wliolo amount, i'illi ; ho (RushtoiO had paid £13 oil' this amount, leaving a balance of £13 still owing. After a short consultation, thoir Worships non-suited plaintiff.

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Broughton Creek and Bomaderry Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

UrougUton Creek; nud Bomiulerry municipal Council. The regular meeting of the above Council was held at the usual place on the 25th ultimo, when thero were present, the Mayor (Alderman John Gray), and Aldermen Gall, Kunkler, M'Kenzio, Shavpe, and Timbs. Tho minutes of previous mooting were read and confirmod. Correspon dence. Outwards : The Colonial Secretary, recommending cne appointment ot an auditor. Inwards : 1: C. Caldwell, complaining of stray ing cattle being likely to spread the cattle dis oasu which was in the district. A loiter from J. Wilson, haying reference to tho Bundywalla road, was received ; and tho Council appointed tho Mayor and Aldermon Timbs, Kunkler, and 51'Konzie to meet, with a view to examine said road, on the 3rd proximo, and report as to necessity of deviation, otc — Alderman M'Konzio having called attention to tho state., of Water-tables in parts of tho municipality, and to some old timber lying on the road side, on the Broughton Valo road, ? tho Mayor wa...

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Sketcher. EPISTOLARY CURIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

[?] EPISTOLARY CURIOSITIES. Vebt ourious specimens ot tho cpiBtolary art aro daily consigned to the editorial ba-.'ket; now and again ono oscupes into print. An unfiitterinK notice- of a musical pcrfoi'UiHDOO in a London paper olioitodn long letter from- tho offended violiniot, in which he nssertcd that tho critic waa not present at tho entertainment, and. an nounced bis desire to have it generally known ' that I look upon all cntica who piaiso me as men of intelligence, and worthy of tho greatest resppct ; and I look npon those rare onoa who dispraisa mo as having a scrow looso in their corobral development. 3En conclusion, I consider that if tho poi'Eon who wroto tho notice wns present-, at the performance, ho U only worthy to bo an inmate of a homo foe idiots; and it' he was not present, bo io iv mean, unmanly cur, and should got seven jou-s' haid labour. However, I have not tho least doubt but that I will bo gaining tho applauso of admiring thousands when the poor fellow is gett...

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SOUTH COAST NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

SOUTTII COAST IVOTKS. : J Owing to tho scarcity of milk, or tho rise in tho price of butter/ or both, the Jorrara chooso factory has boon temporarily closed, by consont of, both tho contracting dairy men and tho managor, Mr. Harding. A well attended mooting of influential resi dorits of Wollongong was hold i econtly, and it was docidod by resolutions that an agricultural society bo formed thoro. '. FATHEUf.BAHtiTi'O.F.B., has boon locturine . , ?on tlio song and music of Ireland at Wollongong, -.'Ain aid lof'tBo '.fluid's of ft bonovolont monastery, 'C.yj.-fthich is being built in Inverness, Scotland. ? 'vlJ-'iMr.'.'TIioih'i»s-W. Garrard was unanimously 'j.VWocfed -Mayor ofUlladulla, Mr. J. J. Ruttor V-' being '.Buooooded in tho Council Clorkship by ,:.;;Mr..T..Coi-k, - .' ?? ??'.iinid.' Boiling at £500 por aoro, in Nowra, a '! -J.-jirice'-thit would have included tho whole town ?'?- 'not long ago. : ? ? -'-?-??At a; mooting of tho Committee of tho A. & Hc- Association, of K...

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

? %amt. A Discovert in Shipbuilding. — Pro fossor Raoul Piotet, the welt-known Swiss physicist, announces a discovery iu the art of naval architecture which, if feaeab'.o ia practice, will greatly incrensf) the speed of ships. It consists in a method o£ construct ing the Irosl £0 ao to diminiih tho resist ance of the wakes io tho lowest figure. vessels uunn on. tho plan ot tho protessor, instead of einkigg their bows deeper in iu the water ns the speed increases, will raiso thc-m further out, go as. to expose only their sides nnd bottom to the liquid friction. Thoy will thus, ns it wero, glide over tho' watav instead of pushing their way through it, and he anticipates that steamers built on this plan will attain a epeed cf forty miles au hour. A model steamer of tho new design iB now being built at Geneva, and when finished will ply upon tho Lako Loman. Hearing Plants Grow.— At a meeting of the Silesian Botanical Society, a few weeks ago, an apparatus was exhibited which enabled spe...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. (BEFORE Messrs. B. Brown, S. Elyard, James Fraser, John Glanville, and J. M'Arthur, Js.P.) John Rushton v. J. N. Bradley. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

SiiouIIiaven Police Court. Tuesday, Mauck 7, 1S82. (Bra'OKE Mossrs. B. Brown, S. Elyard, Jamos Frusor, John Glanvillo, and J. M'Arthur, Js.l1.) John Bushton v. J. N. Bradloy. In this caso, John Kusnton; ot rorrara.cuargod John Nicholas Bradloy with having, on tho Mth February, made uso of insulting langungo and gostures to tho complainant. Dofomlaut ploadod not guilty. Tho ovidonco of lilaintilt', and that ofhis'wit noss, Jamos Goulding, wont to show that on tho day montioncd tho defendant was throwing, bouos, etc., at ltushton's horse ; liushton ro nioiistnited with him, ami told him if tho liorso was on his property to impound it, and not ill use it. Bradloy drove- tho horso up with othor horses, aud when ho lot tho slip-rails down tho horso wont towards tho rivor bank. Bradley then callod Bushton a ? old scoundrel, otc. at tho same timo making uso of a very insulting gosturo. Defendant was finod £1, and costs Gs 8d, and cost of ono witnoss, (is. In dofault, ono month in Wollongon...

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A CADMEAN VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

A 0ADMEAN VICTORY. 11 And ao yon oballonge me tbis rainy day ? Thus to my HnB I raise your dainty glove, And give you five-and-twenty j — do we play :?.???? For ' loro1 ?' [I boo my small opponent knows no doubt ' Or hesitation— doesn't oaro a rash 1 ' PotB ' me unscrupulously, and without Ablush. ; Then, with the prettiest Ivowa, prepares to . Btriko, - And makeB hor ' cannon' by a ' fluke ' . moat Bhady, Persisting that she ' played for it;'— so liko , A lady |ll And, generously, when my chanoe is gone, Darea mo to win,— declares I am not able, Disdains the ' rest,'1 and Bwings hersolf npon The table 1 I'm slightly shooksd to sos tor perched by ' spot ;' — Still Bho'o bo small, bo witching while Bhe teases. She danoes down, and eoores exactly what She pleases 1'] 'Wall, my fair enemy ! the gumo is dono, We played foe ' love,' now let as oonni the cost : .. . v ... You naturally think' that, as yoa won, Host.? 11 Bat if I take your pretty hands and lead Yoa nnder the soil lights, o...

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NEARER, MY GOD, TO THEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

NEARER. MY GOD, TO THEE. TnE Troy Times thiuks tho hymn ''Nearer, My Goi, to Thee,' in word and tuno, is tho swoeteat sung by mortal lips. The angeU may know and sing a diviner melody, bufc we havo not heard them, and may never hoar them. Tho dvin» man aslca to havo it sung over hia grave, and- probably no hymn is so fre quently used on funeral cereinonicB as the one of whioh we apeak, Ita author is scarcely known ; thousands who sing it have never hoard of her, aud many will, no doubt, ba pleased to read this account of her life froina correspondent of the Chicago {Tribune .* ' Sarah Mower was born in Cambridge, England, on 22ud February, 1805. She was the younger of two daughters. Hor father, Benjamin Flower, was the editor and proprietor of tha Cambridge. Intellig encer. By tho death of her mothor, which occurod when she was very young, the care oE her education was developed upon him. Sho early displayed a taate for literature. Her older sister Eliza, was also an author. In 1831...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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