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ORIGINAL POETRY. To a Daisy. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] To a Miilsy; . not of a ilora Rrnnrt, . , Jlatof.il llowci'.dmt limits to nit! , - . fcweet memories of u clibhmt lima, ?'( FivG ttinusnnd IciiptlcK ncms thcueUi - : ? .:. . .J.vimv tlio Hunnv scones of yontli. ^Vlien nit tivolinil apnn nie HTnili-d. , -. ? ? r When bviftlitlv beamed Ttoiie, Trust, Itnu Triitll . .%? . - jiiwlfol' the nonce llunaehlld. ? .- 1'nr, fur mv where Severn llows,- : . . Til silvern silence to the Hoa, . - . -Wheii! buds tlie may, whore blooms tlio ttiSO; ' . ' ' -.i 'WlicMj tlnivcs the lmi-dv him t)iom treo, - -\Vhdr-- proudly points tho poplnr tnlt, - : j.ci;. .: . : Where .lonlly elms their branelies wuvo;:,:: : And v-hOre tho. hroii/.e-hued. chestnut's 'fall; . , ? , : v : .,, roctclls thd cold of v inter da-8 - .- 'Jlici'o thou ni-t fotind, on ynsto ol' lea— s 1'it pearls foriirnicelydiiidcms, . tTliero nitture, with a hand full free Has scattered wide her lovely t;cin4. — .. 'l'ticro— when tho sturdy moivcrjayo .. , 'The dewy swathe on feummer day...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] MemohYXt, to Tub lath Mns Watson.— 'Tho history of tho Lizard . Island tttigedyiiS . ; familial' to ovory 'ono who. 'reads tho Inowspapors ?'and,- it is not vfpr-.^;to^]XNit j| lierjoy. Wo havo boon fonvai'de;La'siibscnption :list,':and, jiaft'ies -dio inrfy' wwli' tplhoiiorir thpjhoi'oism of Vthfe.' bravo-1 biit';;unfoi'tiLna't6;:lady-;C(ip;doj^ .?con'tribiitiiig:-&6methinK(7liat:,SviIl:-hoip^ . . :suWicibiit;fUnds;iflr.?^e ^i«clion';bf ^a^suitKblo' . ' '.moniorial.-; All Aiistralianfl should talco a glnry ' :'ih'this\Vorlc; ;-: Tlio mmos ot parties suuscriuing' . Nvill bo published f-roo in our colmnns. AYotnay ' , ;-ne'rition,: too, .'that ,tho list will- close oil tho 1st ^ May.— Exchange. BAid?r.iK,GiA.T :- jBAZAAuiv-Twoiity-fiyo Wdios: ! Voro' charged at tWo- Polico Gbur^ 'this:mbrniiig, boforo Mr.'l'a'o'vo,1 polico magistrate, with raflling, . --at thpBoman Odtlt6Uc.l^iak'V^hoy:a)l^loy6d guilty-,'. through' ilrl Janies Ci-owo, J.P., ' of XjobfiVrnlong, Nvlio said ...

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

CnSiiit) Mellifflinec. \VratA'tlie Sydney Papers.) ' . J.0J.110X. March 1 7! ., ? ;,'5A -n\imbor of .Coloiii8ts in,Ldnd-)n,,nro; tnI{irig. stops ? to i ii ccor'd % n. hii nquot . td : SiV Hdnry-Pa'rkcS ; on his arrival ill London. , ' A .-.magistrate' and ;n' landowner of Innis. Iro- lnnd;- named Carto'r; lias boon shot at and'tei'r rihly wounded. , ? / - '? . .T '?V.Miy -iBratlialighvlias appbnle(l;to;'t^ Ldrds,';ihsl:ing itto -.sn'pport;hitti in '^is.iofforts.tp' pb.^aih vhis ^sent, moiinbpir.foi' NoHliainpton. i ,' .. r0bnoral .Skbbtoloff. h'as 'told' .'.'ceftain-^inilitary.'. flllcors in. St. J Boterslmi'g . '.rttri t ,;;tlio'' J CJsciilr socrotely/Appr'oyed of-: tho 'speopli-^'hicli-ho doli- ? ? voi;bd . . befpro -.the ?; Sei'viiin;; studbhts at, tho Paris, Unnoi sity 1 i .^Acting ;Htp6)ii;.''.thq - l^nojnt .-.i«qno8fe;r';o(.-. tho. Radical mem IveVs'of tho Hou^.'of,, Commons; for' a, :initigatioii: of V tho';;; trbatiVioiit -. towards., tliri' ' suspects !*. ' imprisionod' iii...

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The Bridal of Spring. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] 5*111! bridnl of Spring, tho bt'idul of Spriii(r, All linii AvitU wlHdiiCHH, the festival brlfjht, Wliou tho valloyH n^td Kylv-ms llidr IjHppino.s.i tn niiinboiH I'c.sprmsiVoXlin liplit brnczo of niirlil, j\}id tho oil'rojw liiTdtlunjf of llow'fH an thoy hVoiiI O'or fiur bul, -l6cpr-irtho lov-» (lint -vu fc'ol, And tlio pulton of youtli'H wild imiiffiuinfr. Lilflit zopliyor nn wuiir, to tlio roson nwcot IciIVok, Rlolo down from tbo IfoliVii'w, 'nrntli tho slmdow of niglify jmm lovo vowh, mm eon.maiiey nrn»iiic.Ht To hin fnir bHdc who blu.shfK bnm;iitb tho tnoonlitfht, ' Ah kImi IWls to the Vniinio of Lovo's witch hrff.tnlo,' IFor chuck bvifrlit wfth blu.slu'H, her cycH flltcu with teirnf, ;? And trniiildiuf? with joy, hIio flinffs ovov hov Veil,'. - ? ' Tlio ffok^i'inrr'M nti noricl wjiJ.' To hide thoso briyhtVlusheH of umidonjuhfciirH, ' ?' - ^ And lie yifth'd.lo his lov'd ono ' O ily to my hotiiCi' -» . Whom lovo ovor vcif,no{.h, nnd hovi ow'w «nUnown, For thoh'ridc«mitidx, ih...

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Now[?] Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

A!'...- :? ??:? - ? - : — ; ? : ? j 'ft'dwrii iVgosjuk'Jjia! Council. TOlsday, Maikjii M, 1S82. Tirr, ipgiihu, mooting of tho nbovo Council wns hold at, tho Couneil Ohuinbors, Niiwi'n, oil Tuos day, 1-1 til inst., at 7 ]-.m. Present — tlio full Council. : Tho minutos ol previous meeting wore road nud, continued. , Tho --Mayor inovoili nud Alderiuau Moss seconded,, tlio adoption ot tho Piuniico C'om liutteu's ipport, locoliimondiitg payinoilt of the undorniontioiiod ltonts ; P. Sidney, £-1 6s ; T. jjiuiubi, ,xo:' us : uoouioit nnu snutli, £4 lis ; nails, ,3s; timber, os j. R, Ghidlov, £2 10s ; In spector of Bvo laws, £1 iis; II. liiunb, lus. Tlio Mayor loportocl that Aldonnon Moss, Ginham, Watson, nnd himsolf hnd visitod dif-* foiont sitos for. wator consorvntion in Nowrn- Thoy woio all agrecd iu condomning tho sitn of tho piosout ivoll. in North-strobti They visitod sovoi al othor ]iioposod aitos, nnd finally docidod to roooinmond tlint ; a dnm 20 x 14 ft. be mado nom' tlio Rocroati...

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Foreign Missionary Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

Mi'arcigu Ifffisslonary Meetings. I 'Several- public meetings woro . - hold ilast wook-' in this district on hohalf: bf tho ,vnrious''MissiotiS' carried pn .under tho direction of ^tho New South A^^ales ahd Quoonslarid Cotiferonce, in, connec tion.with the AVoslovan Ohurch. : v: :.. ..: - ? Tho Rov.: Goorgo Brown attended as tlio de putation, -to advocate tlio claims of tlio (Missions-' by- -giving - addresses : on mission work; Ho :arrived-'inthoShoalhavoh:circuitbnAArodiiesdiiy,: .t!ieV12tli;,inst;,, and gave meeting wdnoh took place ln'tho Broiighton.Yalo^ A\roslbyanOhurch.:.Ithad beon:announcod,.:iiKli was bxpoctod, that a , nati\-e; convert' from - the . ;Nbw,'7.Britnihv:;Mission(!would.': accompany -'Miv Br'own; to tako part iu ench of tho meetings ; but iri-aii' apology 'for tho native's .absoncp,', Mr. : Brown stated tlint ho .had. heon .takbh witli'd;, sevoro illnoss, and was obligod to remain in ' Kiama, where he had arrived cn route for Shoal havon. Tho address of Mr. Bro...

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Miscellaneous. RESTORING SOLOMON'S TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] RESTORING SOLOMON'S TEMPLE. Keuf Pasua, the Turkish Governor oi JataMle.cn, lino recently received imperative orders from Suiiuu Abdul Hamid to resume tho work of lestorisiioa of Solomon's Temple, cummer oed nncor tho reigu ol Abdul Az;z but discontinued some five years ugo. The Pauhj has also been insiiuoied to olear the great tqaare fronting tho Temple ol all the rubbish and rauk vegetation with whioh it is at present inoumberod. In thia aqaarb Htrends the fnmouB MoEqne of Omar, whioh derives a revenue of some £15 000 a year from pilgrim contributions and oiher Bonroos. Hitherto the greater portion of this Bum found its way annually to Stambool, The Sultan, howevor, has deoreodthat henceforth it, Bhall bo applied to dolrajiog the expenses of tbe worka abovo alluded to, tho prouent resumption of whioh, aa well as thoir original iiiosption, is duo io reality to BuggostionB made at different tlmoa to the Ottoman authorities by members of tbo Austrian imperial family. i'no restora...

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

ON owl n f tar ilii.-i (In )o nnv CATTLE found THESTASSlNCLoy Woltolnm Bun will 1)6 impounded. y Z /- , 5 ty ]5. S. BOAVB„ 18tli July, 188V. ? ; ? Unde] taking. y TltB undersigned is prepared to oxncuto Orders in olrtry I if} noli of tlio UNDER TAKING Busin-y%ii -uK%-art of tho district. ' 'A. WOLF, ;. -, . Nowtti. ' ?^'TP/vsjMmEraf, s TTAilMBXiiiweft ^ PHTLLmlT NOPtHLS, ? (I^rom i'armi e & Co.'s Sydnoy); Tailors, & Rjdhfc Habit MakerSj - Geo1i'oiI-st] Sydney. nv^TR. GEOBGE III OT, roprosontntivoof.tho.- - ILyjI abovo, is in .ho Shnaihavou. District,, ?soliciting Ordors, and will visit Itfowra, Ton-am, Nuinba, andGrbenwc 1 Point. ^;;Gontlomon leaving'' 'ai.no and Addross 'at the ?Post-bflico, will' lio cal od upon at onco.' - ? Dopaijtmont of Mines, ;-'i ?'/-? Sydney, 1 'I Hi Miirohj' 1RS2. SjsiikI Ete.sili«jp«aji'-)i' HJ«a-Iei' B?tl» ? ? Seutiou »l'Aet(-fi.S Victoria. Wo. -58.' . rjVrbTieU is horolW»iven that tho .land :oin-, 'JJiH braced in too Conditional Purchaso...

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Science. MORE ABOUT THE MOON AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

[?] MORE ABOUT THE MOON AND THE WEATHER. M. de Pakvil&b 'ius in ihe Jour tialdes Debits n paper on tbo temporatureo' th^ present yoor. in whioh he Bays oertain things more worthy of attention than tho old notions respecting tho moon's phaaeB. In the course of tbe artiole he raises the ques tion OB to wbethor thg dryness of tho present summer oould have boon foreseen, am auswvfs it in tii© bffirmauvo* Haviug, tbon, referred to tbo influence of Bolttr aotion ol tho atmosphere, ho eaya ; ' A very loot serioB ol obBorvittlons haa also shown tha» that tbo moon whtoh passes every montL from ono hemiBphere to th& other, lnfiuenoes the direotion oi tho great atmOBphorlo onr rontB. Tne obangea in those curreuta, in cenaeqwenoo of the prevailing moiBturo oi diyneas, aro iutimateiy oouueoled with th. ralfttivo position for the time being of tho snn and moon. Too diet»noo of the moon from tho equator— thai is the iuolination of the moon's path to the plane ol the equator varies ...

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

03- 5Icet»M}?s to be Held. - Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, March 30, 1882, at 7 p 111.

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A STRAIGHT MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

A STRAIGHT MAN. Its used to bo alt the tsshlou with lecturers to have tho Mayor of the town or aomn other prominent citizen introduce them to the audience as a aend off, and upon one oocaalen in the years gono by when tho temperance lecturer struck a certain town In Michigan, not over fifty mileB from Doiioic, tbo Mayor stood up before the audionco and began: '? Ladles and— snd — ladles anu — ano — ' ' Gentlemen,' whispered the lecturer. ' ' Yes, of courso — ladlss and gentlemen, I have the honour to — to — I huva the honour to— to — ' ? ' Introduce,' ngaiu whispered the lecturer. ' That's the oheoker — I have the honour 1 to introduce you to tll£' notorious — em, | the honourable — tho honourable Mlater— Mister ? Here occurred another painful pr-UBO, during which the Mayor walked over and asked the lecturer hia name. ' Slmpkin:,' waa tho reply. ' I have tbo honour to introduce,' ho re peated, as he walked back, 'the honourable Mister — Mister — hang It, I never could re member a na...

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Humour. THE LIME-KILN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

fjuraflur. ! THE LIME-KILN CLUB. ' DoAN t soek to make angels ot yer aelves,' quietly began Brother Gardinor lis the meeting opened. ' In do fust placo dis am no sort o' kontry fur angels, an' in de noxt plaoe you would bo mighty lone some. Do man or woman who becomes so sweet an' soft an' gooddat dey. expect obery minit to rise up an' fly doan't tako as much comfort ns folks who foel dat it will ho a olus shavo to git inter Hoaven. A leotlo wickedness piCKies u muu uu mtmoo «iui keep all de bolter. When I trade mules wid a man I prefer dat ho should suspect iho wid* an intenshun to mako an oben 25 IoIb. by do operabun. Wnen I deal wid a butoher I liko to feel dat ho will work to' ' '?unoeB of bono fur obery eight ounces of meat if I doan' watch liim. 1 liko io have de bootmaker tell mo dat American cowskin am French calf, an' 1 am plouBod whon do uto' clerk warrants fo' cent taliker to waBh like uheot-iron. Do meu who am not a leetle wicked has no chance to feel sorry ; no use for ...

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SUSPICIOUS SYMPTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

SUSPICIOUS SYMPTOMS. - A mimsxbb who waB perbupa not too care ful in his habits' was inauoud by his friends to; take the teetotal pledge. His health ap peared to softer, and bis doctor ordered hint to:t'ake one glass of punoh daily. ' Oh I' said he, ' I dare not. foggy, my. old housekeeper, would tell the wholo . . pariBh.' ' ' Wlien do yon sbavef' the dootdrrasked, i » Tn'tho rxntnino -1 Then,' said the dootor, '? shavo at night j and when' Peggy brings -you np 'your hot water yoa oan lake your glass of punch just before going to bed.' The minister afterwards appeared to im prove' in health and epirita. The dootor mot - Peggy Boon alter, and said : ' I'm glad to hear, Peugy, that yonr .master is bettor.' 'Indeed, sir, he's bolter, but bij braiu'a . affected ; there's something wrang wi' hie mind.' ' Howf ' 'Why, dootpr/he nsed to shave at night before going't'o bed, bat now he shaveB in the mora, lie Bhav'eB before dinner, he shaves after dinner, ho Bhavoa at night— he's aye Bhavin...

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STRICTLY TEMPERATE, EXCEPT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 23 March 1882

STRICTLY TEMPERATE, EXCEPT— ' On tho sleeper of an L., F. & W. train recently, a traveller noticed nn old, white bearded gentleman trying to get into a \ linen duater. Tho young traveller rushed to his assistance, and, in helping him with the garment, noticed a good-sized whisky flask protruding from one of tho inside nnnketR nf his ooat. Beinrr of a Wfiaainli nature, he appropriated the bottle, got the coat on the stranger, and then pulling out a flask, said : ' Will yon tako a drink?' . The old man did not reeognisso the bottle, and, drawing himself np. remarked, rather severely ; ' No, Bir; I nover drink' ' It won't hart you,' insisted the wng. 'It's the best.' ' Young man,' said the old gentleman, in tended for all lb the oar to hesr, 'if you per sist in drinking whisky you will bo a mined man at 40. It is the oureo of the land. Whon I was a boy my mother died, and the last thing Bhe did was to oull mo to her bedside and Bay : 'John, swear to mo that yoa will never tonoh...

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"I BEG YOUR PARDON!" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

' I BEG TOUR PAEDON !' was very waim ou that evuuing iu Jnno, air; Tho word ' wormnoBB,' in fact, dcea but feebly txjirceb it — So Eultry i» waii that I couldn't lind Boon, sir, Words quito hot cnottgh upon you to im praso it. In Bengal we wore, or Madras, or Bennres — For the point of my eiory it don't tlm least matte;-, Tha scene of it bo extraordinarily far is, Tho iirB» you oan ohoosc, cr, of last two, tho latter. Wo were four— Ensign Phipps, a procooioufl young prig ho ; An IriKhlicuttmant, one Cornelius O'Grcdy ; And a ponderous old pump, an inveterate Whig he, Who jijoiood in tho namo oi Major John Brady. I hud hoard with mute Buffering nil the old stories, I bad writhed at old jokoB— not a ohsnoe ofoscaping; Major Brady 1M joined in abusing tho Tories, And til Ihe; Hho a tomb, ut, 1 found I wr.a gaping. I porspiriugly cigh'i?, 'It gola hotior and hotter !' Told tha beads ou my brow, sa I.mopp'd at them dabbily ; Tho ttmoBphere stifled ub— silent garrolter 1 Thoro were no air...

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Nature. THE EUCALYPTUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

? .'M^ML: THE EUCALYPTUS. BiH. H. Drapes, F.O.S., M.R.I.A. So mnoh has already boon written by way of contribution io oar kiiowledgo of tho different spooios ol tho.Eao»ljptus tree, that interesting as the eubjeot is, ill may well bo considered to havo received already n lair share of attention. There is one napeot of it, however, whioh oannot perhapB bo dwolt upon too mnoh, and Shnt is tho valuo of this goons of plants bb drainers of the noil nnd purifiers of the atmosphere. This ie probably the trao reason why au many Attempts, more or lees enooooelal, have been made to ao olimatiee the Euoalypttra in Southern Enropo and oven in Great Britain. No doubt, ex porimonta havo been stimulated by other oauBOB. The foliago of these trees is, for example, unliko that of any other in our iBlandB. It ia pendulous, quivering, and evergreen ; and the peonliar whitish appenr anoe of one side of the leaves — dno to a fatty or roBinous secretion — is very oharaoteristio. Till the troa is from thr...

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Poetry. THE HUNGRY BOARDER. (In Detroit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

[?] ? THE HUNGKY BOARDER. By H. C. Dodoe. (In Detroit Free Press.) ' Oh, huabnnd, what ono boarder cats Wo'd scarcely miss, not oven moats ; Do lot mo Inko one — you' will seo The profits inako you rich and mo.' Tho huBband was too wiso a man To orguo 'gainat a woman's plan ; Beaides, ho know eho'd have hor way, Ab usual, to ho said, ' you may.' But, being wiao, ho sought a friend ' Famed for an appo'ito. ' Como spend A week with me,' ho said, ' and show My wifo what boarders nro, you know.' Tho tabln was a Bight to see, The wife, so happy, pourod tho tea. Tho bogus boarder looeed hia vest, Prepared to do his levol best. Ho quickly got to work and spread A pound of buttor on his bread, Put nil tho sugar in his cup And henpod hia plato, like mountains, up. The wife in horror looked nghaBt To see her profits (P) go so fast, And almost fainted on tho floor Each timo the boarder called for more. ' Oh, Mr. Jones,' Bho equirmod, ,' will you Excuse me, but— aro you not— through r' ?f Throu...

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Novelist. THE GULLY OF BLUEMANSDYKE. A TRUE COLONIAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

OilV f V* « 4iftffnt&y THE. GULLY OP BLUEMANSDYKE. A Tkue Coionial Story. Bboadhubst's store w»b olosea, hut tho little back room looked very oomfortnble (hat ' night. Tho fire oust a rnddy glow on oeiling anfl wolls, refleoting itself oboerily on tho polished flaska and shot-guns which adorned them. Yot a doom rested on the t.wo m»n who Bat at either tide of the hoarth, whioh neither the iiro not tho blnok botlle upon the table oonld alleviate. 'Twelve o'olook,' said old Tom, the foreman, glnnoing np at the wooden time piece whioh had oomo out with him in '42. 'It's a queer thing, George, thoy haven't oome.' ' It's a' dirty night,' said his oompanion, resohing out his aim for a ping of tobaooo. ' Tho Wawirra's in flood maybe, or maybe their horses is broke down, or they've put it off, perhaps. Great Lord, how it thunders ! Pass ns ovor a coal, Tom.' He spoko in a tono whioh was meant to appear easy, but with a painful thrill in it whioh was not lost upon hiB mate. He glanoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

HOLLOWAY'S OlNTjrUXT AND PlLI.S.— Fistulas, pilos, excoriations, and strictures are speedily relieved and ultimately rcinnvoil by applying this Ointmout after formonlntiou with warm water. Porsons sulroring from thoso scourges of tho human t'rnmo should arrest thoir progress at onco, for it is both insidious and rnpid. Fistulas, if long allowed to go unchecked, not only wonkon tho norvou's system but destroy lift). Tho soonor thoso inosti'mnblo roinodios. nvo used tho more cortain. is success, yot none nooil despair; hopisloss casos hnvo likewise yielded, and tho sull'oinr beon hived a painful (loath. In excoriations a few applica tions of this hoalintr Ointment offoct a euro, whilo tho Pills, conjointly with it, iiro ospocially beneficial in rolnxiiu; mid removing strictures', whatovor thoir situation or duration.— Adv. Tier. Msin who Vend'' oi Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of n. popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to b...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Slioitlliiiven B°«li-!«i Court. At the iShpalhavon :Polico Court, held at Nowra on Tuostlay lasti beforo thbir Worship1? Messrs. James Thomson, -Z.-'.G.*Bice'; B. Brown, and John Monaghan, Robert. G-larivilleo pleaded guilty to having inado use of indecent language, and was fined 5/- arid costs. Kno paid. At tho Court . of Requests, before tho samo Magistrates,: Thomas M'Grathi of Groenwoll Point, was adiudgod to paya'sum of 7/- duo to W. E. Lovegrove.' toivjjoons ideuvered. — On tlio ap]ilication of plaintiff's attorney ? (Mr. T. M. Richards), tho hoaring of tho caoo E. do ]\rpstro v. H. Dont, was postponed till Tuesdaj', tho 7th April.

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