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Central Shoulhaven Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Central ish-»:i!3ia vea Blomtci y;!l Cuiiiicil. The regular. meeting of tho above Council was; hohl on Tuosday last, at 3 p.m. Prosont— the Mayor (Alderman D. Hynin), and Aldormon Eniorj\ Forsyth, Mouaghan, and Walker. The minutes of previous meeting woro rend and con grmed. — Roports, etc. : Tho'JIayor roportod that owing to tho men being so busy at tlio work of thp othor part of their contract oii AVorrageo road, ho had not soon 'them in rogard to tho culvert. Ho oxplninod also anothor matter having roforonco to. tlio state of tho samo. road. — Aldorman Moringhan veported that Aldorman Emory and himself hud as directed pro-: coodod with Mr. John GreoiV and viewed tlio shinglo. Tlioy fonnd tho best quality, a kind of stone of trnpean origin, at the LMioan Bocks. This stone would bo dolivoiwl nnd spread on the Oookhnrcn roads at about -£8 per chain. The sand-stone, work which ho (Aid. Mounglian) considorod as inferior, cost £;) , 10s ? per (ilium, . aiid it was for the 'Council to (...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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HouseHold. FISH. THE WAYS OF COOKING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

. S^mt^iM. PISH. THE WAYS OP COOKING) TnF.M. Pukoiiase tlioso which arc fresh, tho fresher tbo better. Tho whito kinds are the least nutritions, and iho oily the most diilicult of digestion. Wheu fish lire fresh aud in t:easion, tbe muscles are firm and tboy boil white; when out of season they boil bluish, aud ilabby. As aoou as poasibie after tha fi?h are caught, ruinovu tbe scales and entrails, and Bcr.ipu out; every parLiclu of blood and tlic while Bkm that lies along tlio backbone, beiug careful not to crush tlio fish, liinao | tborougbly iu cold water, using only what ia necessary for perfect cleanliness; drain, wipe dry, and place on ice until ready to cook, 'i'o remove tho eartby rii&te troin fresh-water lisli, sprinkle with salt and let it stand overnight, or ab least a few hours before cooking ; rin»e off, wipe dry, and, to completely take up all inoiabure, wrap in a dry napkin. Fresh-water n'sh. should never bo soaked in water except when frozen, and then should be...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Shoallinvcn WiippInB IntelliKCiicc. EXPORTS. Tcr AUowricOiptuin (1. Walker, on tlio Kith March. To .Sj'ilnoy : 17li tat?* maize, H \m«s pot«too», r-!) ltcss liutter, -IS 'piiTH, H hnrwa, 1.1 cases cp^y. 10 cooprt Tionltn*, 1 cow. 1 cask 4allow, 1 bng hides 1 lnmille sliOTisldns, unit Minarici. To Kiaiua: -II piRs, 11 hides. To WollonKOiifr : 1 carpet hag. J'er j\Jlo\\Tio, Oiptjiin O. Walker, on tlio With March. To Sydnoy: 141) hairs rnniiio, 37 hiiRS potatoes I pics, II keen butter, 10 puckne^s leather. 5 horses, 0 hair* wool, -1 bnlcs hay, 13 cases e(TB8, .'1 coop.-i poulf ry, 1 humllc wild ducks, and snii ' dries. To ICiiiina : 18 hags maize, 1 horso, n new 1«bs. Tor Kamernkii, Captain S. Bishop, on the 21st March. To Sydnoy : 1S7 kescs butter, 0 cases eegs, WI bans maize. 14 bap* potatoes, liaises filieese, fiii e}ice«.-s, 1 purktipo b.tcon, 1'2 cooiis poultry, !l packaKes leather, 1 hido and sundries. To Kianm : '- 17 bass maize, 1 case. : , Per Allowric, Captain G. WallKr, on t...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. IRRIGATION FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

,~v.^ .v,.vA.v.ivil.«.V/V# STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. 13x JUMBUCTOO, IRRIGATION FOB AUSTRALIA. Tina aulvjoct bna been rcceivin;; much attention einco ttio first paper appeared in our columne. Professional men oC ex perience huvo stated how largo arenB of Innd am bo irrigated in 'New South Wales. Tbo water, and aufllcipiit, of il: for irri giitiug largo tracks of fund, is available, thoy Bay distinctly; and, further, that it, onn bo brought upon (ho land nuii used at bucIi lates as will comparo favourably with tho cost of water used for iirijjat ion pur pi'Eea iu California. Under such cirauin htnuoes,' and with recolleotioiis of diaustroua dry spells si il! prosing up^n I bolrolf.niep, it ia r.ot likely that tho subject will !.?« allowed to litp.-» until 'eomething prac'ic.il. upon n Fuflioicntly largo acnlo, is gob into worlr. Autieipivling as we do, seeing irrigation in progress for'gr.iin, frnih, and graaflirrnw inir pnrpoeon, it soema advisablo at this stage to explain how wr.te...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

...?'? '?'; '.I'SirwaruY. ' ???'[nto'si ooii, coiutESPOXDEXi.T The momentous ojuestion hero,, as elsewhere ii* tho -colonies, is npw.'vwhero mo'thb Bu&sinus?'' and tha answer_ has ' at lnst como : IuKussia, Tho story of thofrprojVai'ation for attacking the- ; colonios ovon to the minuteness of dotail in tho' . amout of monoy to bo levied from each colony was a vory good ono and it inn four editions of! tho Ai/c o(I in u remarkably short spneo of timov A fow bolioved the rono'rt. and a fow bunk; directois bog.m to look slightly ' bluo,' while' . .sovornl old patriots began to oxamino their rusty old (lint-locks, nnd some tailors wore1 con gratulating' each othor arid beginning to' invest ? in led cloth. But alas ! it became known that tho story first appeared in tho Age ami some' officious and ovil -disposed individuals proclaimed; tiro fact that David Lymo was still eonnooted with that journal. Presto f tho bubble has5 ? burst ! it was a fwuo: ! The1 poorjnoffonsivo' 1 Russi...

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LOVE'S PRAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

LOVE'S 1'BAYISK. iiovo's heart waa dumb lu asking oould it ohoose And so refuse The boon of having God obooso for it, know ing best Jasi what to sand qb Iiove'a behest ? So dumb boforo God'a throne that no wordo came, Calling some wish by name— ? Whon it would pray; NO WOrdB bnt ' ICflAn him /Inn I..J,.. And grant thia last, That ho may find thy heaven whon doya are paatj' So ninto it could not pload, But ugOEizo and bleed, While on its breast The ohild-faoe, night by night, smiled in its rest And alept. Could Love do more ? Could.it aak hotter graoo ; implore Somo earthborn glory— aak instead For genius, power ; for honour on tho golden Thia boon alone, a place in heaven, end all things eleo at boat, Lsaviug to God the roBt, This wsb the prayer, day following day. With snoh a tender hope that God would find some way To mako a long bright pathway for the feo», With nil earth's eweetesj utterances oomplote Beforo he gave the last beat gill For human love must drilt In human ohannela ...

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Science. INEBRIETY IN THE OFFSPRING OF CONSANGUINEOUS MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

|dm INEBRIETY IN THE OFFSPRING OF CONSANGUINEOUS MAK1UAGES. The ulnrtuing incioaso in tho number of confirmed inebriates in this country, with tho uttoudant horrors of insanity, suicide, and murder, calls lor tho investigation or all tho factors in tho production oil this terrible, affliction, now threatening our social structures, aa alao tho life of the na bion. Somo youra ago in reading an article ou inebriety nnd epilepsy by Dr. E. C. Mann, I was very forcibly impressed by tho following btntoinent, bho moro so aa I havo never soou it alluded to by any other wrilor : ' CoaoftBguineoua nwrringio may bo tho connecting link between inebriety and epilepsy. I havo kuoivn oauoa iu which the intei niLtrriugo.of blood relations, whero tbero was inebriety that had lain dormant for one or two generations, has resulted in tlio old hereditary-neurosis re appearing in tho form of epilepsy in the oildpiiiig. It is a curious fact, also, thnt Ihe sods born an tho result of tbo union of cousins i...

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A FRIENDLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

A FRIENDLY GAME. ' Say, mister,' said a tan, san&nrnea man, with a wide-brimmod hat, as he edged his way into the managing editor's room, yesterday iiftornoon — '' Buy, mister, do yon ? know anything about koaida 7' 'Why, yes,' responded the editor, 'I know how to play ' overrating' and 'old maid ' and thingB of that kind— why ?' ' Thai's just what I want to obU about. Now ia playing 'old maid,' BuppoBe the man who holds tho age antos, and passes on tho draw, whose bet is it ?' 'Thnt iBn't thu way I play it,' said the editor. ' In my game tho player who has a queen after the othor curds are played is the 'old maid.'' 11 Ferhapsit'B ' overrating' that I'm think ing of,' mused the stranger. ' Suppose in ? ovorlaBtiog' you should oatoh an ' old maid' ou tho draw, and whon the rest of the koords was played you found yon hand't filled, what then 7' 'I don't sea how that question oould ariao in that game,' Baid the editor. ' Maybe you are talking of the game called 'poker.'' ''Pok...

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Humour. WHERE THE TRAIN WAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

[?] WHERE THE IRAIN WAS. Thkki: weio n dozen 01 na waiting at las BUtion near Slrnsburg, Va,, for tho noon train. Evoryone had out his dinnor short to oatoh tho train, bnt tho hour nrrlvoit— fivo— ton— twonly minnton pnBBod, and ovorybody wondorod what had happened. Tho tioket agent wrb also tha tolograph operator. _ Ho tv.in a Tonuir {allow of nbont 20. illsrainod and Buporoilioua, bnt Impationoo'ovoroamo - the fear of him, nnd a woman stepped to tho window, nnd asked: ' la tho train late ?' ' Um 1' ho growled, in reply. 'How late is it?' 'Um!' That llnishod her, nud 11I10 roaumod her cent. Fivn minutes moro Bllpped a»ay, and n. vory tmlernn-lookinit man aarrying a vory solemn-looking oarpot bag, advanood from hia ' ooruor, and bogan : — ' Train ia late, isn't it?' 'Yoal' 'How late is it?' » Um 1' ' What's tha oauao oJ It ?'. No answer. . Ho hnug around for a minnto longer and thon solomuly marohod back to bis sont, and gave Boineono else a ohauoo to got bluffed. Aftor tho fifth on...

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A NOVEL WAY OF DEFENDING HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

A Noveh Wat of Defending Himself. I —They had a little game of draw at tho ^^| surveyor's camp near Cherry Creek the ^H other day, and the negro cook took a hand. MB He also took tho disputed 'pot,' and then ?? the row began. The negro butted one man ^H in the stomaoh and then hid in a tont. ^H Thoy hunted him out of that, but are no ^M doubt sorry they found him, as he ran tho H blockade by doing some scientific butting, H seeing that one of his opponents was armed ? with a knifo and one with an axe. One ? man got it in the mouth and tbo other in, ? the stomach, and tho nogro mado for the ? woods. His mode of fighting was a^revela-' I tdon to the boys. Af ter'gottirig bo hungry I next morning that they would rather eat ' 1 than fight, the cook vias permitted to return ] to oamp;— Salt £«fto 2V(6kiw? '

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A CUP OF COLD WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

A CUP OF COLD WATER. It was night at tho Miohigan Central Sta tion in Detroit — late, dark, silent night, and only a few dim lights broke the gloom into . . dense shadows, that wero more learful than utter darkness, and no traveller was bo unfortunate aB 10 be compelled to linger in tha dreary place. A', lean; that waa the impres sion tho vast Bilence gave, bat there were two travellers who, when no trains were oom ing or going, waited iu the depot through the □hill morniDg bonr. One was a man who had oomo by tho latest train, and whom the oondnctor helped into the depot, and who, through weariness, had fallen asleep on tha cushion. He waB ticketed through, aud hia destination was the gravo; no ono needed toglanoe at him twioe to see that he had almoBt reaohsd the end of his last journey. The other passenger was on the read to rain ; he,.too, had nearly arrived at the terminus ; at least, bis pallid, sin-marked face, and ill assorled, ragged olothes, Boomed to indioata that he had n...

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A LITTLE FIGURE IN BLACK. (In Detroit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

A LITTLE ITOtJRE IN BLACK. By Mns. M. L. Eatne; (In Detroit Free Press.) We wore aB poor as Job's turkey, or that other mythical croature, a ohurch mouse, and to add to our misfortune, had moved into a strange place, .pending tho settle ment of an oatate which if we gained it would give us a competency; and if we lost could not leave ub any poorer. I had made tho ohange in order to get mother away from the fad associations of her loss, and thinking to Eoauro the winter school for myself; it was one day too late, but it might as well have boon a hundred years, only in that case X should have lost the school and gained — what? Well, I would not havo suffered from either hunger or cold, that is certain 1 One day tho minister called. He had seen us at churob, where we sat in a back pew and had 'poor' and ' Btranger' written all over ug in unmistakable characters. Our reception room was parlour, library, and kitchen ; but when I introduced him to mother, sitting there so dignified and la...

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"LITTLE FORTY-TWO." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

' LITTLE FORTY-TWO.' Well, now, bat weren't we surprised. You see, we had enconntered Buoh a run of hard luck up at Point Despair that one morn ing we packed up bag and baggage to the last man and set off down the trail in searoh of a show for something better. I well re member it was a hot July day, and there was exactly forty-one of us. ? Seven miles down the trail wa came to wha* waB then oslled Undo Jog's Boat), and light at the intoraoolion was where tho sur prise nit us. An immigrant inmily irsd strayeot from iho main party for some reason which we never uaaertained, and tight at the orossing they had been attacked by Indians. The waggon broke down there, and there she pionser mado his defence and fired his last shot. That he was game we noeded no other proof than that visible to our oyea. Three great blood-spots showed where three savages bad fallen before they charged, and when thoy ruBhed iu on him ho had killed or dis abled three moro with his revolver. ' Tho family had oo...

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Nobelist. THE ODORA VAIL. A STORY IN SIX CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

ffoMfet..; THEODORA VAILL - — . , A STORY IN SIX CHAPTERS. ' ' B y. Janet Oabboll. - Poor Hltlo Willie, with his many pretty wllea j Worlda of wisdom in bis quaint, quiet looks and ' Hair of amber, touohod : with gold of heaven so bravo. 1 ''Lift up your head, Willie, and take 'onaTmoro look at Theodora and Unole Henry. See, Theodora is waving hor handkorohief.' Tho delicate boy languidly raised his ioad, and looked as ho had been biddon : 'Good-bye Theodora; good-byo, Unole Houry j Good-bye, Australia !' 'Don't, Willie — not good-byo, Aus tralia1. That seems ominous.' 'Well, mamma, shall I say, good-bye ?ior throe years, Australia ?' ToatB fell on the boy'B bright hair, and Jus eyes moistened as he felt them. ' Aro you orying for Theodora, mamma, Or for me?' 'For you, my treasure; my. poor, doomed child j' and she drew the furs olose about his throat, and held him tightly in ? her arms. Tho trim, homeward-bound steamer sped on her way, ploughing before ner a rrotny furrow, and leav...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

D E A. T H. --. Dwyeu. — March 29th, ? at Broughton Creok. ;.:? Adela Veronica, beloved fifth and youngest ' ..-? daughter of James and Philkmolia Bwyor, ? ?? ? of bronchitis. Aged sixty days. V : : THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, APEIL 6, 1882.

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Poetry. FROM A DISTANT LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

fJWfvtT FROM A DISTANT LAND. Sun sat within tho little room. And hoard the storm beat on the pn.no ; Within waa loneliness and gloom, Without was cold, and wind, and rain. The firo had sunk within tho grate. The bird was BonprlesB in his cage, And she, forlorn and dosolato, . A weary woman bowed with age. She sadly mused on all her woes— The- wind howled louder than boforo ; She heard a knock, and slowly roso, . And took a letter at tho door. Oh happy letter, bringing joy, . ? ? v ' That trembled in hor wrinkled hand ! ^?I'AFo'r her beloved sailor boy Had written from n, distant land. Sweet fancies filled her heart in orowds, The bird began to warble sweet ; The sun came out through jagged clouds, And made a shining in the street. Tho dying fire blazed up anew; She sot the feeble lamp alight, And laid her Ecanty meal for two : ' Who knows butho may come to-night ?' M. C. G.

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A DETERMINED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

A DETERMINED MAN. The oditor of tho Louinvillo Cfottiw* '. Journal has been thrown into wild spasms oE terror by the fact that a ladles' drees reform association in England, composed oE eminently respeotablo women, and led by tho Viscountesa Habborton, proposes to do aw»y with the present style of tnmalo ap- , pa.reland don the masculine trousers, and he shrieks in dismay : ' AVo are willing that thoyshall have the ballot when they convince ua that thoy wantlt; wo aro willing that they shall give us tho wholo width oE the street crossing; nnd tako to the iniid ; we are willing that thoy stiall roeign to us their Boats in tho horse-oars and other public places,, and receive iu return our placid disregard; wo are oven willing that thoy Bhall orawl out of bod first and kindle the fire in,, tha morniug; but; 'by the. holy hide io£ tha sacred bull, wo -will cling to our panta loonB 'Till tho Btnra are old AudtheBun grows cold,' And our last gnllus button alinll loso its hold !' Tub most ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

.. Not very long ago the Government was in .' cluced to proclaim the main South Goast .. road from Campbelltown to Nowra a first ... class road, entitling the said thoroujyhfaro to ? an: annual average expenditure of £50 por mile. The road was not proclaimed in sec . tions or parts, and as far as can yet be seen ?'?-' it does not appear that very much of the two ' grants of £50 per mile lias been spent this side of Wollongong. However, the very fact of its having been created a first class road in the schedule of roads might bo ?? deemed sufficient to justify the conclusion ;?? that the department would pay some atten ' tiontothe permanent. improvement of the road. This, to be sure, was undertaken at Kiama, where the self-interest of tho local - ? Municipal Council frustrated the doparfc .. mental engineers on every hand! first, l«y '.' refusing to accept the best route, and next By objecting to any deviations to avoid the sharp and expensive gradients of the old roads. . ' ., But a...

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A NEW NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

A NEW NOVEL, , Wu will shortly publish a New Story, from tho pou of tho well-known colonial writer, 'GRIT.' DONALD CAMERON, (Author o£ 'In tho Folds of tho Sor pont,' ' Silvorwotor Bond,' 'Sorlpo- polio,' 'The Mysteries of Melbourne,' and othor works), ontltled— In thio Novel Mr. Cameron has takon up a now field. Ho deals with a mining community, and vividly pictures the stirring scenes of-ininlng lif o and tho groat orieis of speculation. Muoh of tho Story is evidently foundod on faot, the author having himsolf been an actor in the great crisis he douorlbeg, and thoroughly at home with every phase. of Australian mining life. The whole Novel bristles with lifo and aotion, and the key-note of interest is struck in the first ohapter and sustained without break to the close. GRIT is a Love Story that will spe cially interest the ladies. . As we only print a limited number of papers over our subscription list, intend ^ Ing BubBoribers wishing to start with the now Story will, by sending...

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Humour. SEARCHING FOR THE PIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

§ MM. SEARCHING FOR THE PIN. 'WiiiT's thoinattor with tho rjauyr growled Mr. Spoopondyko, as ho sat up in hod, and rubbed hia oyoB. ' Can't you stop this fuss?' ' Hush-h-h-h !' cooed Mra. Spoopon dyko, dandling tho infant. ' Don't o ky. Dada 'antB to s'oop. llaby s'all bo dood.' Mr. Spoopondyko oyod tho proceeding oynioally for a momont, and thon the: baby burst out again. I ' Dry up I' shouted Mr. Spoopondyko. 'Thoro's nothing tho uiattor with you. Why, don't*you go to Bloop liko a Chris tian P' ? ''There, thoro, thoro!' croonod Mrs. Spoopondykoj 'She's doss too tweot'for' anysing. Poor 'ittlo dirlf Now, go to sloop 'iko a 'ittlo dear I' ? ; Whoroat tho baby howlod dismally. ? 'Can't you givo hnr something f' dor manded Mr. Spoopondyko.' ' Can't you doBO hor. S'poso I'm ijoing1 to lay awako. -, all night for tho fun of approoiating that I am tho hoad of thn family. Horo, lot mo tako hor; I'll fix hor,' nnd Mr. Spbo« pondyko grabbod hia offspring, and began to paco tho room with it....

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