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THE Shoalhaven Telegraph. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

THE ' ' lPuMitthcd every TliurHday Moraine. ? ' THURSDAY, MARCH~6V1882. - t At tho recent animal show of our ' Agricultural and Horticultural Society, wo had gentlemen from distant parts of the country; and some of thorn in their judg ment of our exhibits, or in their observations at the judges' dinner, did not scruple to give ns some wholesome counsel on some ques tions of vital importance to us in relation to tho future prospects and progress of the institution which they wero discussing. In every grade of life whothor it be of tho individual or tho community, the disposition to know either direct or by sonio roundabout process what othor people think of us, and how wo compare in our inner or in our public life with other individuals or communities ?is not uncommon ; nor is such a desire an ?unwholesome sign of the moral healthf illness of t\io private individual or of the social tor political uprightness of tho community who seeks to guage his or its action by tho highest standar...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE FARMER. Eggs in Winter. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

tt'Offll 'fi'ia 50 bMRBSi55-JIE. [?] ?PAiNNvT'irr.Dwiitebin (lio Pi an m Fm mn : — And now it opcuis to mo to lomnik that it is -just about as oasy to lmvo ogss t0 so11 in wmtoi asm summoi — if ^ou know ho.v to mnnngo tho hidihos piopoily — and my woid for it is a fticnt deal moio piofilnhlo. Of couiso bomohody will 82y ? — 'I don't boliovo it., mv hoiw won't lav in wintoi, and I'vo no\oi seon nnv that would, and I don't boliovo that 'Fanny Piold or nnv olhor woman can mako lions Iny in winter just (is w ell as in snminei ' ButI don't caio 7,ly lions w ill lay and koop on laying whothoi ?^ ou bolievo it or not Tf vou havo lions of tho light ngo, a com foi tablo plnco foi thorn to stay in, and kcop tlrorn supplied with anj thing thoy need, you willlin\0 ogijs simply bppaubo tho lions can no inoio holpl.ajing thorn than thoy can hbip bioathing 'liens of Iho light ago' don't moan hens nnvwhoio fiom ono to rlnoo yoais of ngo, nnd it don't moan hnlf-giown pullets Hens of tho light ago, i...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT A CHEAP CIGAR WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

WHAT A CHEAP CIGAR WILL DO. The moral inflaenoe of a oigar is greater than that of the finest speeoh delivered sinoo the days of the Roman Bepublio. No man should set out on » jonrney withont provid ing himself with at least fifty oheap oigais. Those whioh oan be bought for two oenta eaoh are junt aa good aa those for a dime, and the gift of one iB . rewarded with just the same courtesy. Ton are in a hurry to ohange trains and re-oheok baggage. The eneokman dosen't dare two oenis wneiuer you aio left or not, and the ohanoes are that yoa wonld be loft but for the oigar. Edge up to him, drop the oigar into his fingers ana ajk him to re-oheok yon to Indianapolis and you are fixed in six seoonds. Hours later, when he comes to eit down for a smoke, ho may remember your phiz aud blosB it, bat you are .far away. , . . The brakoman on a passenger train studies gruffneBB. You oan't oflar him money nor ask him out to take a glass of beer, but if you want Io know exaotly how long vou have to w...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Press, the Fulpit, and Popular Preaching. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

TTIjc JPress, tlie WwnlisJt, ami Popular B1! eaj!?cJa»g. Sitaiong at a oiowdpd meoting of Mi !Maci ic's congiegation in Duudco iccontlv, Hi John Lonpr, oditoi of tho Dundee Ailvcrtiin , Faid — Mi Mnciao bogan his caicoi as i coutubutoi (o Iho nowspapor and jiPiiodical pi ess, though ho became a popuku author , and now, though ho might not bo an oi thodov, ho w .13 undoubtcdh a popular mimstor,'Tiauug oup of fcho largest congrogations in. .Uuncloo. lio lar as no Know, Mi Micino's solo dopaituto fiom the piovaihng or(hodod\. wns that he did not boho\o tho 'Enthoi of spirits' would doom any of h's childiPn to novoi -ending punishment, and to that o-^tont theio woio piobibly, out of palpits and piosbytenos, ^eiy few indeed who wero not j ust as hotorodn's. ns Mr Mni'i no Mr Mnci ao had so loamcd tho ait of pi caching that it might bo said of him as of tho Gieat Mastoi, 'tho common pooplo hoaid him gladly ' Poihaps m this dnootion Mr Maciao'i 0-s.poiioiKKr in con nection with the picas h...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

fea»«aEIiavcEii SJts&ti'icfr Coaist. PL VINT rOaJMS Joi tho ibovo Couit cm 1,8 rbtunied .it tho hhoalhnien Tc7w/i up/i Punting Oilico Wai. Frasee Martin, 107, SUSSEX/ ' fpfi& L1, SYDNEY Toi tho silo nf IrCiyf Pioduco, puncipilD M.u/0 ai (1 all othoi Gi(/'9, Hi/, Potatoes, Pigs, l'oultiv, A.c Ml? OlmiSTOPrrUllMIIIlH VY, ol Wiimbn, Shoilhnvon, has boon -lulv appointod AG13NT foi tho Slionllmmn Tclttjrnpk i'ia Knnm Jndtprndenl All Oidoi ?, toi Ydvcti o montooi 'Printing loeouod laionqh linn will bo piomptly attou'lod to, and his locoipt foi sub smpUonon icooimt oE oitlioi ot tho ibo\omou tionod Journals w ill bo u sufheiont disohiugo. JO313PJI AVliSTON, Propriotor Iwhpcnl n'anl Tlit Vi-hI/i in a Ttb'/iaph. lndtpiinrli.nl Offiv-o, Kuma, No-' fa, 1879. RKcrcuntiii* JfiatuaS ICstsuraure €»«- jianj, (BjJBuSieiS). 1 FIBE AND GUARANTEE Insm iuf 2J on tlio Mutual Punciplo Capital, JC10I1/' '0 (with powor -o mcioi&o to Ono Million ) (Rogistoiod iiiuloi tho Coinpamos Act...

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

?\TT ANTED, a V/Ifmn; OVWnSEEU, for a VY l?arm. MulJh!) ablo to plough. JOHN STEWA11T, Auctioiior, Broughton Crook. ,. ON and aftor this dato any CATTLE fouiii ' TKESPASSINO on AYollomia Bun win : bo impounded. t- /— / SdI-^v-S- ROwe, 18th July, LSSIP7'^/ Edui ational. ' MISS E11NEST1? E MA1U1ACK is prepared to instriAt a 1 iuAI numbor of Pupils in . MUSIC (Vocul/'innc , iiALOrgiin), LATTNT, and . PH13N0II. MrseM. llliACX holds Cerlificatos from tho University c ' Melbourne Por 'XliitMS, apply to Mil. Maihia k, Nowra. ™ , ', , . \/ rjnHE undorsignW/l/ prepared to expeuto _L Orders in ev/i/ Jfrttnch of tho ?UNDER- ;i TAKING Busiuoss/ii any part of tho district. ] I A. WOLF, 1 Nowra. TT B3 Sf DB 13 IB. S . ^ , rriENDERS aro invited for SINKING a JL WELL,:to bo Brickod andDomod. AIpo, supplying TWliNTY LOADS of SAW DUST, and supplyiHcr/uid laving about ONE nUNDUEI) YA iiTpfofld UllV, more or loss, on ' the Recroiition Gr/jnd^-, \ Pai ticulars may Zo obtained by application to ', tho Ma...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Fitzroy Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

siiscEBiff^a^K^ejs. » ? TTIie TPjtaroy Falls. 1 TrtE locality in whioli tlie Ktzroy Palls aro situated is one of the most pictm-esquo in Now South Wales. One can scarcely con coivo, indeed, that its grandeur can bo sur passed in any part of the world. Govett's Leap, with its Gossamer-like cascade, and Katooniba and tho Weatherboard with their wider sheets of water, have long boon sub jodt3 for praise, nnd have been visited by i tourists from other countries, who after see ing much beautiful scenory elsowhore, have esteemod them worthy of tho admiration bestowed upon them. Their attractiveness has hitherto been considered supreme, but it is now being challenged hy that which is presented by theKtzroyEalls, and although it may remain undiminished, no question can arise as to its being rivalled. Up to tho present time the Pitzroy Pnlls have boon comparatively inaccessible to the general public. Their praises have been sung prin cipally by residents within tho vicinity, who felt a pride...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passion Past. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Fnssloii Past. \riaa I a lioy with n boy's henrt-bont. At Rlimpne of her pnraini; down the street, Or a room \ihno flio hml cntowl or gone, Orapncchcrlmnd hml written on — Would nil be with me iih it was before ! Oh, no, never— no, no, never, 'Woie I « man, with n mnn's piilne-throh, Hrouth lmrrt nnrt flcree. hold down lite n vjl), Dumb, \ct hcarinirhn li^hlrat wonl.i Dhnil. li'ilil only licr pnrments stirred, ?\Vonld I pour my lifo like wine on her floor ! Oh, no, never ! never, never, Orry nnd withered, wrinkled and marred, I Iiiho KOnc throiiRh the Urn nnd came out unscftred, With tho nnngo of mnnhond upon mo j ot. No Bhiiinn to remember, no wish to fomet : But could nbo rekindle this panps I bore ? Oh, no, novcr ! Thnnk God, never I Nc\ cr anymore. Old nnd wrinkled, withered nnd (prey— .' And yntA-if her light step passed fo-dny, I ihould know her f nco nil faces amonif, ' And wij . ' Heaven Invo thce, whom I lo\cd lonB 1 Thou limit lost the key to my heart's door, Ay! nntUorcvr...

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Original Correspondence. Eels and Ducks. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

€)ritfi»al Ooa-res^oradeEiee. Ecl« am! E&iiulcs. [?] Sir, — I send you tho following auocdotos that ruay bo intciosting to &ueh ot your leaders as 11 do take an intoiest in Natural History. 'Mr. 0. Thorburn tolls mo that, yesterday, ho ' , shot a duck, and it being wounded ho swam aftor . - '? it. Whon near it, it dived, and looking down ho saw a vory large eel. Presently tho duck - * ' -?'?! came up, hut with a largo pioco taken out of its :. ''iw,! ' breast uy tho ool. I am also informed that at ?-?' r ' - Bundanou they often iind their tamo ducks similarly torn by tho ools in tho lagoon. Mr. . i Thorburn also tolls mo that whon fishing tho othor day, he saw such an immonso ool coming ' ' ? to his lino that ho immediately pullod in and ?wont 'homo, lam afraid to give its supposod ?'??? ? dimensions for fear of scotching tho credulity * , ? ' of your roadois. Tho question arises in ray mind : Has tho .,, -, incroaso and increased voracity of cols anything .to do wit...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Kiama A. & H. Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Kiaiua \. & HI. Society's Show. The annual oxhibition of the socioty namisd above was hold nt Blowhole Point, near Kiama Basin, last week — Wednosday and Thursday. ; As the institution is ono of tho oldost, aiid certainly tho most successfully worked of ita'kind'qn.th ecoast, a short account of it, togother with some obsor-, vations as to tho relative merits of certain ex-; hibits of product or manufacture, at Kidma show; and at Shoulhavon show, will, perhaps; riot bo unwelcome to our readors. i, ? . : xne snow, as wo nave saiti, was nold on the Govornmont Rosprve, at Blowhole Point, whoroon tho Associationhas erected commodious and suit able promises for tho reception of such exhibits as represents tho producing capabilities oE Kiama, or its manufacturing industries, oto. The building stands oast and wost. , In it thoro are throo tables, ono at each side along tho sido walls, and ono about four foot wide, in the centre, extending- nlong tho entire length of tho build ing, p...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sketcher. THE BURNING OF SHELLEY'S BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

^Mtljtt. THE BUKNING OP SHELLEY'S . BODY. Tnn dark oven's of tho 5th July, 1822, aro told in Trolawny's ' Records of Shelley and Byron' with great exactness and much feoliog, How littlo Trelawny knew whon he brought about tho building of Byron's Hchoonor the Holivar, and Shelloy'B boat tho Don Juan that he was preparing in ono of thorn tho instrument of death ! ? 1 It whb that fatnl and perMloUB bprk, liullt In the collpno aaa rict'cd with oursea dnrk, I'hat sank uo low that BncroU hcaa of thtuo 1' But ho was always cafcor for anything bhnt promised, in however small a dogroo, idventuro and action; and the freedom from the trammels of the world promised by -their new life enohanted him. He wont through with anything ho had sot hia mind upon, and had a vory decided con tempt for Byron's vacillation of purpose. Sholley's failures in temporal matters ho viewed with tondorness and almost with awe; for in spite of his own worldly shrewdness, his direct and sailor-like way o£ coming to th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Cooperative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Coimgiorcinl iDntella^cncu. South C«!»Ht «««! Wost Cnmdcn Co operative t;«iiiiiaiiy (ilijj»itc»l). Sy»NUY Mahkkt Pjuces. Bolow wo givo gonoral quotations. £ b. d. £ s. d. Buttor. host, peril).. 0 1 3 to 0 1 0 Bacon,' iV'-io ? 0 0 4 „ 0 0/ Ohooso d'oto ? 0 0 3 ,. 0 0 0 Pigs(a'ivo),oaca.... 10 0,,,, 2 0, 0 CaTvos, ?'? ,.o ? ? 0 10 .0. ,,,1 0 0 Ilidos. oach ? 0 10 0 „ 1 0 0 Gilf kiira. onch ? 0 10',, 0 10 Tnllou-. iio.Mon .... 2-i 0 0 ,,-28'0. 0 Maizo.porbjsl'ol.... 0-19 „ ,0'5 0 Whoat.porbir.hol .. '0 5 (i. '„, 0 0 0 Barloy, (English) .. 0 '4 3 '„ i 0- -1 0 Ditto, (Cape) iVUo .. 0 4 3 ?„ ;0 4'G | Oats, ditto ? 0 3 !J „ 0 3 0 Ilaj (oaton) per ton'.. 5 0 0 „ G 10 0 Ditto (lueonio) ditto.. 4 0 0 ' „ ' 4 10 o Potatoes ditto' ? a 10 0 „ . 4 10 0 Fowls, per pair ...'. 0 a B ,, ; 0 « ° Ducks, ditto ? O301,, 0 3 (i Oo'oso, ditto ? O,o 0 „ 0. G C Turkoys, ditto ? 0 G 0 „, 0 12 ( Eggd, por domn .... 010 „ 010 Commercial Stores, ,'Sussox-slroot, Sydnoy, March 14, 1882. ' ''

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Household. FISH AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

§§0]iE|aIi PISH AS FOOD. Pound for pound, fish is fully as nutritions as buiobers' meat. It may not seem bo ualic-iyiiig, but thin is beoauae the oeaoo of satisfaction which we experience in eating ie the result of supplying tho statnuoh with food, and in uo tiircoi or immedinio way related to !ho nomiehmons of the organism an a whole. Very few of the solid 8ub3tanoeB wo oat aro digested, even bo far as ihe utnmnuh ia oonoorned, in less than :m hour ; ibo nutrition cannot commence imiu after digestion has proceeded for eomo time. It follows that tho fueling of satisfaction pro dncod by solid food during a meal muss be dae io tho appcaniun of thogo cravings whioh are set up iu tho otomaoh rather Shan the supply of tha necda oi ibo Byuttrn. In asmuch us butchei'B' xnea; is loss eai~y of digoblion than liah, imd it given i'je etoiaaob more to do, it is eauy to ueo wby.it seeniB, at tbe moment, more ertisfjiuR. Looking to the ultimate purpose of nutrillon, iisb in tbe better kind of foo...

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Appointment of the Local Licensing Court. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Aiutoliitmciit or the tocal JLIccnsiiig Court. ?TO T1IK KD1TOH 0]' TIIK RHOAMIAVF.M Tia.KdltM'il. Sin, — I was not displeased at sooiug you m last Thursday's pnpor, oxoicising the right and duty of a journalist in commenting on tho recont appointments to tho Licensing Board. 1 trust permission will bo givon mo to say a fow words on tho sumo subjoct, and nono tho loss readily that thoso will, on some important points, diifor considerably fi om yours. I muko horn tho inoro freolv that I was quito.unawaro till tho namos appoarod that any change in tho recommended list would bo mado, or woro ovon contemplated. A chango, howovor, which I do not objoct to, as thoy aro tho names of thoso in whom I havo full confidence, although I had previously votod for ono of tho lcjoctod. It will bo gonorally admitted that tho Liconsing Act, liko that of education is ono of tho gioatost ininortanco to tho future of tho colony. Supported on ono sido by a decided majority of tho Parliamentary voto, ombrae...

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Nature. INTELLIGENCE IN A SNAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

§'afe. INTELLIGENCE IN A SNAIL, By W. H. Dail. Some time since a relative told mo! a remarkable story about a ofctHd who had pof. snails whioh reoofjnisod her voioo and distinguished it from that of others. As suoh a development of intoiligonoe has not hitherto been reported among mollusks, I was much interested. By tho kindness of the lady from whom the story waB first hoard, and the intervention ot MrB. Lay, ?wife of Bishop Lay, formerly of Arkansas, and now of Maryland, one oc tne lamuy, who waa cognizant of the factB, was reached, and au extract from her letter ia appended. I may add that Mrs. Lay leaks in the highest terma of tho accuracy and olearhoadodness of her correspondent (then and now a resident of Arkansas), and remarks that both she and her sinter were remarkable for the ease with which thfiy established friendly and confidential relations with the birds and animals about them. The father of these ladies, whose name I suppress merely because I have not their authority...

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THE WANDERER FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

THE WANDERER EOTJND. Last ni;;ht I dreamed in terror and team Oi lao friend of my oarly years. Ho a&mo io my side with a face of pain. ; Aud thu old lovo livod again. I woke in the dnrk, anti Baid with a groan : The truest friend I have kuown 1 And passed again into dreamland dim, My hear'* ou fire for him. All thiugB ulso seemed ntshos and dnai, Oily out, puinoBu just — . To arioe aaii go to the drear worlu'j emi And seek my long-lost iriond. Oh, tbo waving blades of green, Aud the light seeds blown between f In a Kilderneus till miut aud wind, Unknown to human and, I saw no more tlmu a gravo's spaoe, And these I buried my itioo — No more ihau one wild titngle of gvaBD, And thore I bruutho'd, ' Alan 1' Ani gloated ou tha blades of green Aud tU'j ligui untiia blormbatweou , Till I know one blade from another blade, Audwnut tho music they mads — ?'. . Sweet esorot sighing 0110 with another ' Over the doad — my brother. Oh, the waving bladoa of green, And ths light sudds blown...

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Humour. THEOLOGY IN THE QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

§imm. . — — *» THEOLOGY IN THE QTJAETERS. - Now, I's got a notion in my head dat when youoome to die, An' stan' de 'zamination in da Cote-house in de sky, lou'H be 'stonished al de quflstionu dat da angel' b gwine to as ,» When he gits you on de witnesi-Btan' an pin you to de fao'e; 'CauBe he'll ax you mighty olosoly 'bout your doin'a in do night, An' de water-milion question's -gwine to boddor you a sight 1 ? Den your eyes'll open wider dan dey ebber done befo', When he ohata you 'bout a ohipken-sorapa ? ,dat happened long ago 1 De angels on de' pioket-line erlong de Milky Way N . Keeps a-watohin' what you're dribin' at, an' hearing what you say ; No matter what you want to do, no maltei whar you's gwine, Dey's mighty op' to find it out an' pass it ? 'Jong de line; ? . An' oi'en at de meetin', when yon make a faBB an' laugh, * Why, dey send da newa a-Wtin' by ae golden telegraph ; ' Den, de angel in de oifis, what's a-settin' by de gate, Jes' reads ae message wid a look an' olaps i...

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Miscellaneous. CUMBERLAND SHEEP DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

[?] CUMBERLAND SHEEP DOGS. 'An occasional accomplishment of Cum berland sheep dogs is that of finding sheep buried in the snow. John Scott haa poB eessed dogs, which by their peculiar in stincts, have been the moans ef resouing hundreds of buried sheep. The snow-drift sometimes covers the sheep beyond reach of the shepherd's snow-poles: still the dogB detect their whereabouts- A dog has never been know to acquire the valuable gift whioh renders him a sheep-finder ex cept when young. Mr. Dickinson gives a caBa in hia 'Farming in Cumberland,' where about 400 sheep were released under the doteclini noae oE a younu dog — almost a puppy— who acquired the art upon tue spot, while the older doga stood liatlessly looking by, leaving- tho honour of pointing out tbe sheep entirely to him. In the Martinmas snow-fall of 1807. being the heaviest of the present oantury, a flock of 400 Hordwicks was buried, which Mr. Dick inson hirnsolf assisted in recovering. They had been turned upon the common ...

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Sketcher. THE SECRET OF SECOND-SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Jktrfer. THE SECRET OP SECOND-SIGHT. By an Ex-Conjuror in Scribners Matjasinc. Some yoars ago, whon Naw York was mom of an o'lil-fi.hliioned city than now, time B;ood on Broadway, between Walher ami Ounitl-Bireots, a hall known ns the Miner*# Baomn. It wns o otzy old plaoe, used prin cipally for those mild form| oi amueomoi.t known kb ' family cntoiiaiiiioontB,' and oocaaionully BB a ball-room. It waa here that tbo ' Original SwiBB Boll Bingors ' mado thoir firet nppeoianoo in Now York, and horo, about the year 18-15, I Baw for the first timoin mylifoaoanjurdr,or'magioian.' He was a dapper little man, whose name, Horr Alexandre, waa euggesiivo of a German Primoh orlgn, bnt wbOB0 unmistakably ooolmoy aocont proolaimed him an E 'uUfh man. His trioks woro weil done, bis andiono. waa pleased. Aa for myaelf, I sat from fi'Bt to laBt in a delightful dream. Dream, do I B»J ! Nothing of tho Bort ; I was wide awftljo, but living in fairy land, and snob an imprecBion did that performance make...

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