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Science. THE SEARCH AFTER PERPETUAL MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

^dmtt THE SEAEOH AFTER PERPETUAL MOTION. ,Bx Pnorsason W: Sibadman: Aldib, M.A., Ooiileqe op Science, Newoastms-on-Txne. There in something faBoinating in motion. Half the pleaaiiro cf a houltuy oxistenoo ia derived from or oonnooted with motion. Tho exhilarating rush of tbo skater through tho frosty air down the long canal, or the gentle gliding with whioh ho doeoribeB elegant ohrvua on hia cnrofnlly-swopt aornor, tho doligu', of a child in n swine, and of the ybpth on hia bioyolo, are all illustrations of this faot. To many persona a gallop on horsobaok is tho best way of restoring Ihe tone of tho bodily oyatom; and even tho plungins of a ynoht in the teeth of a north easter ia capable o{ beooming a Bcmoo of pleasure. The worst of it is that tho pleasure is for tho most part short-lived, and that tho exertion of keeping up the motion Presently produces a weariness and puin whioh moro than oonnterbalanoe the enjoy ment. All the work of tho world, too, as well aB the play, ia done b...

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Shoalhaven District Court. NOWRA, TUESDAY, NOV. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Slioallmven Eiistrict Court. NovitA, Tuesday, Nov. 1. Before His Honor Judgo M'Farland. His Honor took his soat at 10 a.m. Tho logal profession was represented by Mr. Marshall and Mr. May, of Kiama, and .by Mr. T. M. Richards, of Shoalhavon. Tho cause list showed 7 ensos, but all woro oithor settled or withdrawn with tho exception of thrpo and a ca sa motion which was postponed on the application ot appellant s attorney. There wore no undofonded cases, and thoro boing two jury cases his Honor olected to hear first. ' ??????. ..????- P. Stanton v. C. I. Watson. Illeged oviction and trespass, damages £19 10s. Mr. May for Plaintiif, Mr. Marshall, in structed by Mr. Richards for defendant. P. Stanton, prop'riotor of tho Royal Hotel, (late: Tattqrsalls), Torrara, doposod : I know dsfendant;'I know him first in October, 1880 ; he came to me and said ho would let me have tho use of a stablo ; that Mr. Hyain had boon using it for nothing and that ho did' not want to lot him have it '?; I as...

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TO A PHOTOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

' TO A PHOTOGffiAPH. 0 loved and lost, with the dreamy tender eyes ! What soft mysterious sweetness underlies ; That silent smile of thine, That moves my heart like musio half : divine? 0 love, my love ! thou hast a subtle uower To stir my senses like some fragrant flower, Whose petals, opening, bear A strong, sweet scent to all the summer air. Tea, like that perfume ia my love for thee, For both delights are born of purity, And both are passing Bweet ; 0 Love, kind lord , keep pure our wayward feet! 1 love thee more than all on earth beside ; And if till death this cruel woe betide, Thy memory for me Shall live, a dream of fair felicity. — S. Somerset, in the WcrU. ?—' ' — SIiss PnuuENcE PjsinNaiin, at the mature age of alxty-one, made up net mind to vialt New York for the first time In her life. She had never Been a railway, as such tbinga had been unknown in Aroootook County until that aummer, and the ancient farmhousa in which ahe lived was eovon milei from the station. So ahe o...

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Broughton Creek and Bomaderry Municipal Council. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

ISroiiglitoii Creek and Hoinatlerry Municipal Council. Saturday. October. 22. Usual fortnightly mooting of tho Broughton Crook and Boinndorry Municipal Council. — Pro- sont : tho Mayor, and Aldormon Kennody, Shnrpo, Gray, Maronoy, and Kunklor. Tho minutes of tho previous mooting woro road and confirmed. Outward ? To Mr. Benson, Inspoctorof Stook, Braidwood, advising him of plouro-pnouinonia boing among tho cattlo. 2. To F. Smith, infor miiiK him that his contract was throo and a half chains less than ho had boon paid for, and calling upon him to refund £1 Us 'M; Inward. — From tho Inspector of Stock, stating ho would write to Mr. II. Q. Morton, with a viow to having Mr. Borry's Cattlo inocu lated. 2. From W. Flotchor, calling Council's attention to tho necessity for a fonco on tho Broughton Valo road. ii. From. G. DaviH, asking permission to havo tho forry-houso until tho latter ond of Novombor. Movod by Aldormau Kennedy, socondod by Alderman Sharpo, that tho corrospondonco bo rocoi...

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Natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

ICatoal Utttaqj/ MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND .RAMBLES. By Donald Cameron. One of Poaa' greatest oeoupations, in which wo boya encouraged him, waa to sit perched on our shoulders and play with our hair. Ho did this bo gently, and creatod such a pleasant sensation, that my fathor often permitted him to perform on him. I havo seen the old gentleman sitting in his arm-chair reading the Sydney Morning Herald, Poss perched on his shoulder play ing with his scanty looks, and occasionally pulliug his whiskers about, now and then giving the ears a gentlo rub. Our cats could not make Poss out at first, and re sented his intrusion, and ho was equally unfiiondly, puffing out his fur, and cr-r-aging at them. However, tho jealousy of the cats abated after a while, and I have Been tho doge, tho pet wallaby, the felines, and Posb all curled up in an un distioguiahable heap of fur on the hearth rug. Poss, in the end, wanderad into tho woods, and we saw him no moro. Here I may cay that 'possum shooting is ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

??'?:?? v s.YiiDafjB^. . : [PKOXt OUll CORRESPONDENT.] The Parliament, not satisfied with its holidays, has dotorminod to hnvo more, and will not moot again till noxt Thursday. Tho oxcuso this timo is the Bathurst Juvonilo Exhibition, whoroas, in reality, the charm is Melbourne's great annual carnival, tho cup. It is rumoured in town that Sir Henry Parkas intends taking a trip to Buropo to benefit his honlth, retaining his offico and full pay. The ostimates will bo submitted to tho Houso noxt wook, when aftor a fow days rest thoro should bo a large amount of opposi tion in the shapo of talk. A commission has boon appointed to ouquira into tho working of tho Friendly Sociotios Act, but it sooms rather romarkablo that tho Government did not placo Mr. Abigail on it, ho having been a supporter, and tho first to movo in the matter, Mr. Cameron who strongly opposed Mr. Abigail's motion is on tho committee, making it very liko an intentional snub to Mr. Abigail, who is said by somo, to hav...

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BEWITCHED IN MID-OCEAN. CHAPTER I. "Thrice the brided cat hath mew'd." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

BEWITCHED IN MID-OCEAN. ' CHAPTER I. ' Thrico tho brinaed cat hath me*'a.' Old superstitions, liko old religions, takes great deal .of killing. About no fonr-iooted oreature haveroligiouB beliefs or superstitions oluug more tenaoiouely than about the oat, from the feline deity of Egypt and the gaunt grimalkin of the witohes, to the tame tabby ol our fireside. It is difficult;, however, to believe that, in this quarter of khe nineteenth ooutury and among sane Englishmen, pussy should ever be an objnot of fear and fore boding. Yet, hear the story of my friend, the oaptuin of the Beamew, recently nome into port after an unusually stormy and Btrange passage from Baltimore :— -- Wo had a oapital mu for several days. After dropping down tho river, we gave hex alieot aoroBB the cold belt of water that lies along tbo ooast, and ont we ' swished ' into the stream and away along it. ' Jack,' says I to my mate, who has sailed with me in the Seamew a many years, ' home in thirty Bays. Eh ?' 'Hn...

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Cable Intelligence. Oct. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Cable Intelligence. (From the Sydney Papers.) ' ? Oct. 31. An important result is announced to havo boon obtained from the meeting of tho Emporor of Austria nnd tho King of Italy at Vionna. A difficulty had arison m connection with tho Berlin lrnnty, Austria boing of opinion that hor territorial rights had not boon sufficiently respected by that documont. Tho matter has now boon satisfactorily arranged, so far as tho monarchs are concornod ; and thoir U'Tooment is lookod \ipon, in somo quarters, as a security for tho poaco of Europo.

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Novelist. PARTNERS: A TRUE STORY. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

v S«V / P &KTNERS : A TRUE STORY. BY A COUNTRY ATTORNEY. CHAPTER XXI. ? The bushranger, upon whose shoulder Tom had lighted from tho box-seat of the ooach, did not eiaofcly consider him ns a feathered Moroury ; but tho villain was up again iu an instant, and, to remind him that ho was only mortal, Tom lot him have one between tho eyes, straight from tho ehouldor, knocking him down again— a little piooo of nign art whioh was rendered possible by tho faot that tho nail can — whioh had conaealod, if not adornod, his features— had rolled off at the first oonoussion. . Tom now turned his attontion to the man round tho oisrnor, who was making off as fast as a rather shaky pair of logs oould oarry him. After a run of about fifty yards he made a capture and brought baok bush rangor number two as the oaptivo of his bow and spoar — or, rathor, of his legs and arms. In tho meantime tho follow who had pro posed doing tho robbing part of tho business was showing a oloan pair of hools and...

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The Irish Crisis. London, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

The Irish Crinls. ? London, Oct. 30. Although tho oxcitomont in Ireland is calming down, arrests continuo to bo mndo. Yostorday Fathor M'Halo, a priost, was arrested for using inflammatory language. Hoaly, ouo of tho prominent londors of tho Land Loaguo, togothor with Fathor Shoohv against whom warrants of arrest havo boon issued, havo left for Franco. A sorious riot took placo in tho county Maj o, Ireland, during which tho polico woro compollod to fire upon tho pooplo, sovoral of whom woro woundodi Oct 31. Thomas Soxton, Homo Ruler and mombor for Sligo, who, with Quiini, tho socrotary of tho s Land Loaguo, was arrested on October 15th for* dolivoring seditious speochos and inciting thoF peasantry to acts of violonco, is allogod to bo \ dying in Kilmainlmm gaol. Tho movement intended to counteract tho machinations of tho Laud Loaguo, is spreading. A largo mooting has boon hold at Parsontown, King's County, at which resolutions woro enthusiastically carried in favour of giving tho La...

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Poetry. THIS RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

ffwfrtY THE BIVBB. Horaolltua Is roportoil to havo Bald that nono over twlco p«B«ocl tho samo Btrcam-an apt Illustration of tho law of chango in all onrtlily nfTnlrs. No man uai over looked twlco upon tho eamo faco. OlimL'B from Iho deep tho ynllow moon, Tho ah is filled with Sabbath obimes ; Night to tho blaokbird brings a tune, And to tho poot thymes. Rioh cloud flukoa in the west grow dim Where nmbor eqa moots amber pky, Ab i( wide wlnga of seraphim Tills momont had swept by. Strange bounty floods the distant vcrgo, The woods are tonohod with mystio pleam ; Btrange mnrmurs hannt the moauiag cargo — Is life a marvellons dream ? They fade, they wane, they are as nought— The groat prooession of tho yoara : Onr hearts are brimmed with solemn thought, Onr eyes are brimmed with teara. .. Whence oome wo ? Whither do we go 1 What is tho subtle bodsb whereby We feel tho tonoh of joy or woo ?— Whose life beiDg lost, we dio. Nonotwl09 havo pnsBod the solf-samo oiream; None twioe have seen t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

(Sr Meetings to be Held. Good Tomplar's Lortgo meots at Nowra, Novombor 10, 1881, at 7 p m. ? Crystal Spring Division, Sons of Tomporanco, meets at tlio School of Arts, Nowra, on Tuesday, ? November 15. Torrara L.O.Ii. meets on Friday, Novombor 11, at 7:30 p.m. THE SHOALHAYEBT TELEGRAPH : Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, '1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

C«t«H«ttBy. TLJIB TABLE. _ _ , f Evorv Moiuluv. 'J'uosrlay, and ? From Sydnoy. \ j-'riday night, at 11. 3?rom Qreonwcll ( Monday, 0 a.m. ; Tuosdny, 3 Point. ( p.m. ; Thursday; 8 a.m. VABES : Cabin, 2«h; BRctiirii (Cabin), »Os; r'TV) ' StccrnmG, 128 (Id. \\ 7vNo I'igs or other Livo Stock will bo convoyed 1 ,zby tho stoamov leaving for Sydnoy on Tuesday afternoon. E. MANNING, . 'Manngor. Wnntud to foa Known. W JONES. Collins'-slroot., Kiiuna, lms . Horses und Vohiclcs 1'OJl TITHE. Ho js inquired to ran hotwoon AVollongong and inimliilja. AIbo, tliat ho in a cnsli pm-chnsor of IJidcs and skins in imy quantity. B; imBSAY BYMOCK. Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J.A M 13-13 E 0 0. W. HALL, General Commission Agent, AXD PRODUCE JMLEB&CBSAM3.1, 110, SUSSUX-STKUET, SYDN1CY. N.B.— Ccmnti-j' Orders iivompHy attendod to.. T.W. CRAVEN, Produce Merchant & General .Commission Agent.' [Eaiiiblislicil 1807.] S'roiir.s— 13-1, Sussex-Stkeet. Sytwtfa'. $$? Consignments respectfully sol...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

liOCAX. ISTTlBIiIiE«E]SrCJE. An accident of a painful naturo was mot with by a lad in .the employ of Mr. Vanco, of Burren garry, on Tuesday last, through being thrown from a horso which ho was riding bare backed. It seems that ho flogged tho horso which plungod and throw its rider, breaking his right thigh. Under Dr. Broreton's caro tho patient is doing woll. PiinroE ol' Wales Birthday. — As may be soon by our columns it is tho intention of the trnstoos of the reserve at Crook Haven Heads to hold a picnic in conuoction with tho coromony of thooponing or 'christoning' of tho ground in question. As tho day will be a holiday and tho trip piobably an onjoyablo one no doubt many ?will go holiday making to tho heads. Wo havo boon informed that Mr. Rosoby, M.P., and Mr. John Harris, Mayor of Sydney, are expected to bo prosont. 1'unxisniNG, — Wo beg to invite tho attention of our roadors to the adyortisomont in tho pre sent issuo giving the prices of furniture in tho Royal Furnishing Arcade...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Qrcvillc's Telegram Company. ) SIDNEY, i Wednesday, 5 p.m. Jim Kelly and wild Wright wore committed for trial for horso stealing at Cootamundra yes terday. Whilo tbo case was proceeding, a man iu the court was obsorved malting signals to tho prisonors ; arid on boing nrrostod ho was iden tified by a Victorian policeman as a man who has boon wanted for a considornblo timo past. The Bathurst Juvonilo Industrial Exhibition has attracted visitors from all parts of tho colony. A special train, with threo sleeping cars left Rodfern at half-pnst 11 last night, about thirty members of Parliament boing among tho passengers. Tlio exhibition was oponod by Sir Alfred Stephons. In tho Supremo Court yestorday, an action ?was commenced by tho Municipal Council against Mr. M'Betb, kto city architect, for negligence in parparing tho plans and specifica tions for tho Town Hall, and in its supervision, also for neglecting same, and for a certificate for unsound ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Tiie Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or countorfoit of a populai medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pornicious articlo, deserves summary punislnnont. Beware of so-called tonics and diuretics recommended as bottor than or tho samo as TJdolpho 'Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps;, and purchasos nono but tho genuino'iproparation. — Adv. Holloway's Ointment and Pilm.-— Coughs, Influenza.— Tho soothing proportios of thoso medicamonts render thum well worthy of trial in all diseases of tho lungs, in common colds, and influonza. Tho Pills take internally and the Ointmont rubbed externally aro exceed ingly officacious. 'Whon influenza is opidomic this treatment is easiest, snfest, and surest. Holloway's Pills and Ointmont purify tho blood, romovo all obstructions to its f roo circulation through the lungs, relieve the ovorgorgod air tubes, and rondor respiration free without reduc ing tuo str ongfch, irritating tho norvos, or ...

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Shoalhaven Mails Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

ftlionlliuvch BlallU' tflfcafe Table. LcnvoMossVnlo ? T. W T. F. 8. Sim. 1 am Airivo Yummifft ... JO Jo ilo Jo Jo Jo 2.30 om Itarrcuirarry . Jo Jo do Jo ilo Jo Gn.m: KatiBarooVly ilo Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo flii.m. CnmWnmi. Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo B.lSil.m. Nowto ? Jo Jo do Jo Jo Jo 0.10 a.m. LeiivoNowm ? Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo fOn.ra. Sunday, 1 p.m Arrive Tomcroni?.... do Jo Jo Jo Jo 1 p.m. „ 4.80 „ WanJiuufmn. Jo Jo do do Jo 9 p.m. „ 0.30 „ Conjola ? Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo -1p.m. ,,0.30 „ Yatteyattnti.. Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo 6p.m. „ 7.30 „ Milton ? Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo 0 p.m. ,,9 „ iriladullu ? Jo Jo Jo Jo do Tp.m „ 10 „ I,oavo'lJI!ndiil1n ? Sn~M -Tr\V~TnU l..10lun. Avrlvo Milton ? do do do da da Jo 8.80 „ Ynttoynttuli.. Jo do do do do do 0.1D „ (lonjota ? do Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo 7 „ Wldiuidinn, do Jo Jo do Jo Jo Mt- „ Tomorong Jo Jo do do Jo do 10.18 „ Nowrn ? do Jo Jo Jo Jo 'Jo 1.30 p.m. LeavoNowra ? do do do do do do 3.110 „ Onmuowarra. do Jo do do do do 4.30 „ Kaii'roo Vlly, do do do do do do 7 „ Ilarrcngarry.. do do do do do...

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Parting Words. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

Parting: Words. Titere is no sadder word or pliraso in tho English kngtmgo tliau 'Good-byo.' In its primary moaning, ' God bo with ye,' it indicatos appreciation of that peril to thoso who travel by land or by wator, to avert which appeals to tho Deity hnvo beon mndo by all peoplo and in all ages, oxcopt by tho Materialists of the lOthcontury. But it has lost its primary meaning, and is now used by people in genoral merely as a common valedictory. ' Good-bye,' says the athoist to tlio swindler, and ho tons away, calmly oblivious of tho shocking incongruity of his calling upon a God in whoso existence lie does not boliovo, to bo with a harpy proying upon mankind. Tho word is, to him, abso lutely moaningless, save that it shows his recognition of tho fact that ho and his com panion aro about to separate for a timej whether that time bo long or short. And ns it is about tho only parting salutation wo have, any one learning English for tho first time would bo tomptod to infor that Brito...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

. MISCEBiIiA]VlL«lIS. Parliamentary Summary. ? V ? ; ? ' ? (From the Herald.) The Legislative Council sat but a short time on 20th Oct., as it was counted out on tho Rogors' , E3tato Bill. Tho President informed tho House of tho resignation of Sir George Irinos, and somo complimentary remarks were made -with regard to the loss tho House would sustain by the resignation, and tho bonefit that would accrue from the appointmont of Sir George to tho Supreme Court Bonch. The sitting of tbo Legislative Council on Wednesday was a short one, tho House rising at 6 o'clock. ' A number of bills were, however, recoived from the Logislntive Assombly, and Mr. Darley moved the socond reading of tho Trade Unions Bill. The debate upon tho motion , was not proceedqd with, as Sir John Robertson said ho had boen waited upon by some persons ' ' ' connected with the Unions, who took a view of the subject doalt with by tho bill somowhat dif ferent from that oxprossed in the measure, and who considered that...

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The Colours of the Stars. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 3 November 1881

The Colours of the Stars. (From tho Scientific American.) If, on a line evening, wo raiso our.;' eyes towards tho stary vault, we are immediately struck with tho diversity of size, or rather with .the;. brilliancy,,. which 'the. stars exhibit. If -wo 'bestow a little attontion on tho subjoct wo shall bq readily convinced that thoso worlds aro unknown suns, which aro com monly said to shine'' with a whitish light) omit'rays of tho most varied colours. If tho obsorver compares with each o!hor tho most brilliant stars — thoso of tho first magnitude — Procyon and Altair will appear to him of a dazzling white ; Sirius. Yoga, Castor, .and Itegulus, of a white slightly tinged with bluo; Aldobaran,iBetolgouse, and Arcturus will bo orange ; Pollux and Alpha of Cetus will appear j'ellow ; and Antares and Alpha of Hercules will bo orango red. Among tho stars of the second magnitude Epsilo'n, Zela and Eta of Ursa Major will appear white, while Alpha will be distinguished by its yellowish colour...

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