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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

HittCABi IMTPJB Oi IL3&I3 MJCB3. Inspector of PiATJGTirr.n Houses.— Tho Oazitle of 22nd March notifies that Senior-Con - stublo 0. W. Bniyno has boun appointed Inspec tor of slunghter houses for tho Eastern District. Station, Slioalharon. TIis Excolloncy tho Governor, with thondvico of tlio Executivo Council, has boun pleased to appoint Sonior-soiposint John Ilenly to bo Sub insiiontor for the district of Shoiilliavon. to rtis aliurgo tho tlulios required of him within tho Ijiceusinc District, under tho provisions o£ tho Licensing Act of 1S82. At the Shoalhuvon Police Court, Nowra, on Monday kst, beforo Mr. John Glnnvillo, J.P. Tliouni? Kullcy, j mi., in custody apponrod ton two clmrgos piofcrrcrt against him hy,Coustnble Davis, i.e., being; drunk and disorderly ntTemiva on tho nighi of tho 1st instant, mid having inndo use ef obscene lsinjjuiigo at tho sumo timo and place. lie pleaded guilty to both chfirtjes, and was fmeil 10s for the first offence, and liis Wor ship fcnvi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

'No pent up Ulicn contracts our powers' lnny bo truly said of ono of thu mosl invaluable preparation oE modorn times, for its ?nle-s are not confined to any pnrtiuulnr sphoro, but extend over nil tho qunrtors of tho globo. Ordors nro boing constantly iccoivcd from remoto suution', nnd its oxpoit con.^titute* ono of thu staplos of our trade. Cii eulnrs nud pamphlets o:cplnn'tlory ol' its cuiMtivo piopeiliiw hnvo bonn tr.inOate'l into nil lntigiiiigo-, and Ih^io fs no portion of Ihu world whoro Udolp'ioAVoUe'jSchiudiimAiomn'ic Schnapps is not known. — Adv. I)kw of tub Aws.— Tito world outsido of Eurojio having discovered that this 'palatable tonic liquor is ibo finest invijioi.int e\lni.t, tho du'imii'l for 5 L in thu Wo-t Indies South A.'Morica nud Australia hi-, I'lually beconuj nnoriiioiis. H !?; s'l.ingo for hiindrod'- of yeara so ivoiidorftil nn njipeliKUr and hloninchic should have b'icn ernnpnratively unknown be.yond Uio fiwis-, fron tiers, iiufl tho tlmnics of Jiiillio.-H nro....

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. NOWRA, TUESDAY, APRIL 4. Before Messrs. H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and John Glanville. W. Holland v. I. S. N. Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

SliOiUliavcn Court of fllejiucsts. Nowra, Tuesday, Apuil 4. Befoue Messrs. II. G. Morton, B. Brown, and John Glnnvillo. W. Holland v. I. S. N. Co. Plaintiff, a fruitoror, otc, of Torrara, sued the Illawarra Steam Navigation Company to rocovor tho value of threo casos of fruit| and ono caso of grapos (G7 lbs), which, as tbo plaintiff avorrod, tbo dofondant failed to dolivor. Thoro was a furtbor item of £1, being tho profit whioh plaintiff would have mado by tho salo of said fruit. Dofondnnts, by tboir agont, Oantniji J nclmnan, ploudod not indebted. W. Holland doposod : That on tho Mtb. of Inst month ho wont to tho I. S. N. Go's, wharf, Terrain, to got some fruifc he oxpoctod from Sydney ; as ho genorally found that his fruit cases wore short of tho quantity sent him, and as ho invariably got no satisfaction whon ho complained, ho determined to oxamino his fruit bofore taking dolivery ; upon inquiry, Mr. Buchanan, jun., had tho 4 casos of fruit put out on tho deck boforo him (witness...

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FOR THE FARMER. What in a Good Plough? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

Fffi8l -B'BBE! FAlfiSaffiJIR. '5a'tiat is a -TH««fl Plwugltt What is good ploughing ? Or, rather, what is a good 'plough ? It is ono that, by its construc tion, will penetrate tho sod to tbo roquireil depth, without any effort on the pnrt oC the ploughmen, and thoroughly pulverise tho whole fuiinw-'lico, from bottom lo top, nnd loavo il so inveilid that them ^linll bo n good surfneo for a seed bed, with tho leisl lios^ible cultivnlion with hnrrow, or any other nrgiciilturnl instrumcut whatever, iiftcrwnrd. In other words, tho .sur fneo should bo nindo po mellow, by tho action of tho plough, that nothing moio should bo ie quirod to fit it for seeding or planling, than Iho uso of n . smoothing hnrrow to mnko.it oven. To trample a field for honi's with .a tenm «i tnched to «omo henvjr dug or luiviow — wliclhoi i(. bo iiivorl'cd S'ad or stubble — in order to uiiiko the siiiTiinc light nnd mellow, is simply to coin ptoss thu .'-oil nc.iriy in hurl at Hio bottom as it wns bufoi a ic wn-i ...

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

Bl'.VISIOK COUIIT.. , I Tho Clerk of tbo Court intimated 'that tho doctoral lists for 18S2-3 woio exposed for in spection at difforont jniblic places in tbo district, and that it would bb inciiiubont. to hold a Bor vision Court boforo tbo .2(-tb of May. .-Tbo Bench then decided that tho Revision Court bo | bold on Tuesday, -the Oth May noxt, at noon.

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Our Sounds and what we have done with Them. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

Our XjuimIs and what we have done with Them. J fFrom the S. M. Herald. ) No. 3. Oir Tuesday night, the 7th ultimo, at tho Bal main School of Arts, , tho third lecture of this sorios was delivered, 2lTr. . Aloxniidor' Qow in tho chair. Tho' audience showed thoir senso of tho importance of tho subject, and many appropriate comments woro mado from various points of viow. Tho lecturo began by roforenco to tho poriod boforo tho gold discovory. ' Blun dering and capricious administration had stopped tho progro3S of tho colony as much as it could be stopped. But a country to which nature is bo genoi-ous, happening to be ruled by a roasou ably humano government, and inhabited by a population gonorally well-meaning, can hardly bo fatally injured, ovon by tho most perverse vagaries concocted either by Imperial dictators or by philosophers living at tho othorsido of tho globo. Tho sensible modo of settlement at first in uso had been' abolished to make way for tho Wnkofiold scheme. ' The land-j...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

6T Meetings to he Held. Good Templar's Lodge meets at Nowra, April 13, 1882, at 7 p m.' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

- 'XUuwnrva $tcstm MaviRntfoii TIME TABLE: Sidney. { *°%$«%$$Z: and 3?rom Gioouwoll ( Monday, 0 n.m. ; Tuesday, 3 i -i Point. I p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m. ' „ , ; '/ ' FAKES : Cdi»iit,'a®s; Biettin-aj (Cabin)) Situ; .,, ' teteevaRe, :52s Grt. ,iNo Pigs or othor live Slock ?will lio convoyed by tho stbavnor leaving for Rydnoy on Tuosday afternoon. , ' ' E. MANNING, , , ( Manngor. JEiifilisBi! fteotti.sBi UBt-l Australian *. ? , , ,, Clinrtercrt JlE:ici!{. '^ mnj3 BUSINESS of tins BANK will, for tliol , X - future bo conducted in tlio NIDAV PRE MISES in Kinghoin-sticol next thoPresbyloiiiui church; EOBT. PINLATSON. Manngor. ,Nowra, 12th Januaiy, 18S1. 003vnavEissi03sr ' AND PRODUCE AQE5MT, TJ SMANIAN JA31 £ FR UIT SEP OT, ' ' 92 SUSSEX-SL'llEBT, Y D N E Y . ROBERT ItEIKLEJQHMiL (Lain Thome and Mullejohn,J ^ Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, , Botwcen King and Mmlcot Stroats, SYDNEY. W, HALL, ~V 1 General Commission Agent, A2JD * I' 'r ]Ffla-»ISJ1JCE BXIsmcaiTA'KT, , ? , 110, Srssux-srumn',...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

To Onr Subscribers. QITBSORIBERS to this journal not receiving O their paper regularly, will oblige by r promptly communicating the fact to tho pro prietor, at tho office of this paper.

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Weekly Calendar for April. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

Weekly Calendar for April. Phases of the Moon. Full Moon. . . . 4th, at 3.51 a.m. Last quarter . . 11th, at 4.35 p.m. ? Now Moon. . . 18th. at 7.43 a.m. First quarter. . 25th, at 6.1 a.m. -p. j £- — Sun ? , I High water atShoa.1 TE' [ Rises. Sets. | haven Honda. n. m. n. m. a, ii. p. m. 6 6 17 6 47 9 42 10 1 , . 7 6 18 5 46 10 19 10 38 8 6 19 5 45 10 58 11 20 9 6 20 5 44 11 41 ? 10 6 20 3 43 12 5 12 28 . 11 . 6 21 5 41 12 55 1 22 12 6 21 5 40 1 50 2 30

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Sketcher. SOME "PETER STONNOR" STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

-^Wrte, SOME 'PETER STONNOE' STOEIES. A curious p)aoo is Glmjjow. It is a city of many smcllaand' fow traditions. Tho inhabitants walk with oxtr.uno rapidity. Everybody has a. pro-ocoupiod air,' and slouches aloag with hia hands in hi» pockots, too much engrossed with thoughts oE cotton or sugar to por'orin oven tho ordinary salutalion on mooting an acquaint ance. Away from tlvo abominations o£ business, however, thoy ato surprisingly kind and pol to. A stupid blundoi' of mino mado ino ao quiintod «ith this fact. I walked into ono o£ thoir clubs, thiuking it an hotel — I hafll actually sat down and ordered lur.eh before tho niiut-iko was di -'covered ; but no I wan about to lonvo, n handsome, groy-headoil goutloman, who hal hoard my convolution with tho waiter, bcgKod mo to consider iayso!f his i;uost. Tho luueh ltd to an invitation to cliuo at hs privato houso, whoi'o I was grandly ontortainod. My ho^t, Mr. Graham, was full of wit and anecdote, tolling story after Btory, and laughi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Cootamundra Bench of Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

BOSCEliIiAKTEOUS. The Coofniniimlra Bench of Magis trates. TnE 'Cootamundra Herald thus comments on tho charactor ol tho proceedings of tho inngistrnto at that placo: — Wo aro bound to confers that, so far as tho conduct of our honorary magistrates goes, Oootamuudrn is not warranted in oxpoct ing to bo made a solf-dopendont distiict in judi cial affairs. Wo beliovo wo aro within tho truth in saying that thoro is no district in tho colony whoro tho dutios of tho bench nro so grossly neglected and abused as in Cootamundra. Tho only timo when wo can look for regularity and punctuality, for tho proper conduct of tho court, for an exhibition of moral courngo in adminis tering the law as it is and in dealing effectually ?with men who sot law at dofianco and who havo no1 respect for their follows ; again, tho only ; time when wo can bo assured that tho Bench ?will not be bofoolod (to coin an appropriate ?word) by the limbs of tho law, is whon wo havo a visit from the Polico Magistrate or t...

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Nature. A RAIN OF SPIDER WEBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

(j£ylm--ll.vv* A RAIN OF SPIDER WEBS. Recently tho good people of Milwaukee (Wis.) ami tho neighbouring towns wuro iistonishod by a j»onorivl fall of spider wobs. 'l'ho wobs soomod to oomo f ram ' over Iho lake,' Knd appeared to fall from a Croat lu'ight. 'Plus strxnda woro fioin two (eot to soveril rods iu lungth. At Green Bay tho fall was tho Siiut1, coming frooi tho direction of tho bay, only Uio webs variod from sixty feet iu length to move speoku, aud woto aocn . aa i'av up in tlio air as tho eyo could reach. At Vcsbnrg and Fort Howard, Shoboygan, and Ozaukce, tho fall was similarly observed, in some placos boiner so thick as to auuov tho ovo. Iu all insteinci-s the wobs woro strong in texture and v»ry white. . Curiously thoro is no mention, in any of tho ropor'.B tbat wo havo seou, of tho pro senco of spiders in this goneral saowor ot wobs. It is to bo hop-)d that some com petent observer — that i3 ouo who hua made a study of spidors anil thoir huliita — \va3 nt hand and will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

To our S2iNKi-;Et4-i-n (fi-ccit Advcr Utiers. The mail duo at Nowra, at 5 p.m. last ovoning, was not in whon wo wont to press at 8 p.m., owing, no doubt, to tho rain and stato of tho roads. ?TTCTANTED, a.sjjady MAN, or BOY, asV TV Ginom, aful Innko himsolf gonorally usol'ul. WIIEATLIY'S Albion notol, Nowra. SIiojilhaveiB Agricultural and Moris' cultural Assoeiiiiioii. BY request a Bpo«/U GENERAL MEETING of tho abovoM-SieOlATION will bo hold in tho TomporancoAfall, Torrura, on FRIDAY, 21st April, at 3 p.m., to ascortain tlie'mombors' views as to oha'iigo of site for holding the Exhi bitions. JOHN M' ARTHUR, ? Sccrotury. ???,?:? ?? ;-. Si., §., M A. C. IBank. a \ ? . &? ri^HTS BANK will CLOSE on THURSDAY, 1 (to-morimv) nl 3j)'clock, for Easter Holi days, and RE-flPI'lN' lit usual tiino on TUES DAY MORNIlJb-, lltlinst. \ .11. P1NLAYS0N, I Manager. Nowra, April Oth, 18S2. €ommcrvlnl laantc, Sliunlhavcu. Us rpHIS DANK willlCLOSE at ii o'clock on L THURSDAY (tl-morrow), on account...

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Miscellaneous. L'UNION GENERALE AND THE ROTHSOHILDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

ipsaHattem L'UNION GENERAEE AND THE KOTHSOHIIiDS. % TnB donth of Baron Janioa HoHisohild, and tho loaooa on the Bourse which huBtrmwI it, have called aUoutlou to L'Uaion G6t)6rale Bunk, of whioh ho wax, iu Str.ok Exohongu l'\ngnago, ft 'bnll.' Wlwn «ho rumour got nb'iut that ho had lost 80,000,000 frr.non, ami ilid not dare tell his nualos and brothers ot hia disaster, it was hiorndnlou.ily roonivad. Bothsohild'B avo in tho habit of Btanding shoulder to shoulder, and of not allowing tho nublio to know anything about tho disttstors whioh oyortako thum. Thoir family nuity is nrovurbial. ami thev aro mothodio and roptn hr iu atlonding uaoh day to tho business of tho lirm as any of thoir Bonior olerks. Tho utory, thorofore, Mint Jumoa Rothoohlld broko liia hoiiri for ivunt ot SO.000,000 frnuos p.ppoaved highly improbable — unless to those who nndordtitnd tho war that is being waged by tho Jaws Against L'Uuiou Geu6r:tlo, aud tho roaeona whioh led to tho orontion of that bunk. L' Union Gu...

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THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

THE SEA., Sue was rioh aud of high degron ? A poor and unknown artist he. '? Pfliut me,' one said, 'a view ol tho sea.' So ho pniatod the sea as it looked tbe day That Aphrodite arose from its spray; And it broke, as sho gazed ou ita faoo the . while, Into ita oonntleBB dimpled sniilo, ' What a poky, stupid picture 1' Baid Bho ; ' I don't believe he can paint the sea 1' Then he pi-anted a raging, toeuing son, Storming with fiorce uad Badden shook, Wild orieu, and wtithing touguoa of foam, A towering, mighty JoutriosB rook. In ils sides, above those leaping ore'sts, Tha thronging seu-birds built their nests. 'What a diBugreeable daub,' said she ; ' Why, it isn't anything like the sea I' Then he painted a stretch of hot, brown sand With a big hotel on either hand,: And a h&ndsome'pavilion for the band ? Not a sign of water to be seen Exoopt one faint little streak of green, ' What a perfeotly exqnisito piotnro !'.' said Bho; ' ' It'a the very image of tho sea I' — Scrihner, . ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Main South Coast Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

-MISCEl-XAltfJSeDiUS. ♦ ? ; ?Slain South Coast Koad. fFrom the. Kiama Independent.} At a recent meoting of the Kiama Borough Council, a coneBpondonco from tho Eoads Do Snrtuiejit, onclosmg tho following report from taj or Wells on tho Main South Coast Boad, ?Was road : — . . ? 'On my late trip to Kiama I arranged an intorviow with tho Mayor, Council Clerk, and one ,of the Aldormon of that borough, to explain to tho'in tHe position of the Dopartrapnt with rofor- I onco to that portion of tho main Honth const rond that phssor through it, j)ointing out tlint in rloforonco to the representations of tho mom bnrs, Dr. Tarrant and Mr. Stuart, tho Minister hud njiprovod of the lino going by Mount Torry tiiid Jainboroo, on condition tlint (.ho nocossary doviations at Mount Torry and Jamhomn, on condition that tho nocossary deviations at Mount Torry and Spring .Rill worn allowed by tho pro prietors, reasonable compensation, I presume, being understood. Up to tho prosont, as Mr. A. Wobor's lot...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LONGFELLOW. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

OICIGIAtAIj P«JE1TBCY. Jj » \ G F E 1/ 1L O W. In Memorial. ThoBoapor stooped— and ho shall sing no more, Who ovor sang a sweot and tender lay. And not alono on Transatlantic shoro, , Shall livo fond momorios of tho now cold clay. Ho stood a Saul among his follow men, In towering intolloct and breadth of soul ; 'Ho choorod by hope the aspiring travollor, whon Ho looked despairing on tho distant goal. Ho wove no myfatio wob^of moanloss rhyino, That leavo no lasting jmprcss on tho mind; His'works shall live until tho end of timo; His vorse was natural, and puro, and kind. Death claimed tho singer, butboyond death's roach Livo lessons that tho singor loved to toach. William Loader. Shoalhavon, 31st March, 18S2.

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

CoBMBBBSis-cssaS StitfeHlliig'ttascu. South Cnnst and West Canulcn €u oi-crutfvc C«J»D!»a«-y (Xiiiuitcd); Sydney Makki5t Pihoes. Bolow wo civo conoral auotations. & s. d. £ b. d. Butter, bebt, porlb.. 01 '3 to 0-1 G Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 10 „ 0 13 Bacon.ditto '. ? 0 0 0 . „ 0 '0 7 Ohcoso, ditto ? 0 ,0' 5-' „ 0 -'0 '7. Pigs, porlb ? '.'... 0 0 3' „' 0' 0 5 Calves, ditto ? '0 5 0 „' 1 5 ' 0 Hides, each . .? ? 0 10 0 '. „ . 1- 5 0 , Mnizo, perbushol.. . 0 0-0 -. ,,' 0 (i 6 ? Hay (oaton) per ton.. 7 0 '0 .„ 8''0-'0' Ditto (lucorno)'ditto'. .? 0 0 0' ,, ? 7- 0 o Potatood ditto ? 2 0 0J - „- '.-I ' 0 -.0 i. Powls, per pair' ? 0-8 0',, 0 3 3 Ducks, ditto ? 0 '3 0 „ 0 3 0' Gcoso, ditto ? 0 5 0 „ 0 8 0 Turkoys, ditto ? 0 0 0 „ 0 10 0 Eggs, por dozon ? 0 2 0 „ 0 2 3 Commercial Stores, Sussox-stroot, Syduoy, April 1, 1882.

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

VaB»lv BjiotfiiilianR'eiactJ. {From the Sudne.ii Pavers.) London. March 31. Tho Hon. James Lowell, 'United State's, Minister at tho Court of St. Jiimos's, has boon instructed to request tho British Govornmont to grant a ropriove on tho ground of insanity in tho onso of Dr. Lamson, who was sontonccd to death for poisoning his brothor-in-law. Most disastrous iloods havo occurred in Loui siana, United States, by which 120 porsons havo boon drowned, and an inunonso amount of pro perty dostroyod. Amphoast Collogo, Massachusetts, has boon completely destroyed by firo. Tho loss is osti matod at fully £j6,00(). In tho Houso of Commons, last nitrht. tho division on tho cloturo resolutions, submitted by Mr. Gladstono, took pluco, tho voting boing ayes 318, nous 271, giving thus a majority of 47 for tho Government. In tho Houso of Commons last night, Mr. Gladstono stated that ho would considor tho question of arrears of rent in rolation to Irish tenants during tho icccss. ' Anothor murdor is r...

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