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

Cri«Itot. A stATCn was played on tbo Rocroation Ground, Nowra, on Satui'day last, botwflon tho Numba and Nowra ^clubs, which resulted in a win for Numba— tbo match boing decided on tho first innings — by 9 runs. Tho following aro tlio scores : — NOWRA CO. ? 1ST IVNT.WIH. 2ND. JXSI.SOff. T. Kennedy, oIIo»ic,bHrixIio O liO'Ki-il ? ? .17 I.I{iwitt,iiiiii)iit ? 0 umoilt _ _ ,-r - II. Thmgiitc, l.b.iv., b O'Ncil, 0 b O'Ncil ? ' ? ';o /' J. Oriiliiiin.blJmilio ? 7 T)O'Ncil ? :. 3 Ai '. JIToo, b Ihoclie ? 0 notnut ? .-.. .-T ?, D. Thurgiitc, o ?\Vatt.s, b . , ^ HichimNon ? S cIYasor.lBroflio ? t» \ A.'Gnnioii.bO'Xoil ? : ., 1 ^o-JI'Ixran.Wtcnlie.:....- 1 ' a. jruijiiirc, o O'lfciJ.birowio 10' a Kloluittbon; 6 O'Ncil ir ?T. Gns,,,iC, nmmif ? J ? ..';s*BHrodiu ? .-. ? 1 w. TiinkeiitiiiBli, ran out ? 1 o Hiclumlion, b llralio 0 J. II. lirniin, not out ? 1 cKritton.bO'Ncil ? t- ' , Sundries ? id ' Simdrku ? T TobU ..,„ ? i ? n Total ? CO ? -_ NUMBA CO. ' „ ? 1ST ISKINOS. ' ' ? 2VDIXKISO8. -'. ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Death of Longfellow. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

ISciitlt --S' JfiOsiglellow. Tuums aro fow who -will read, tho item in thp Kiigli-ili cublograins announcing tho death of tbo Amorican jioct Henry Wadsworth Longfollow, but will rogrot his death as that of ono with .?whom they sooinoJ ' to Imvo had personal communion. Horn and educated in tlio New World, perhaps thero is no poet who has delineated with such iniunto accuracy scones us fumiliuv in Auitnilia ns m tlio grout new country where' Longfellow lived nnd worked. liis grand epic poom, ' livnn golino,' in its descriptive skoluhos of rural life and scenery, will bo better understood and appreciated by tho present gonoration of Aus truliun-,thnnitlius,beonin the old country; wbilo his many piofty sketches nf social life in ' tho old colonial days,' will bo admired when tl»o poet's goncratinii shall havo been forgotten. Wo extract, the following notico of tho poet 'from the latest edition of Chamber's Eiiei/clopmlifi : — 'Longfollow, Henry WndsWortu,-nn._Anicri- ruii .Poet, was bor...

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HOW THE STRIPPING MACHINE IS COMING INTO FAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

HOW THE STBIPPING MACHINE IS COMING INTO FAVOUB. As having a direob connection with tho matter of wheat-farming in the -preceding paper, it i'a ot importance to notion the rapidity 'with which the South Australian harvester or stripping machine is coming into favour. The larmero of the Wimmera district, of Victoria, have taken to the machine in a -manner whioh would be surprising wero not the reasons why it happened so weu-raown. Toe first strippers, we Believe, were brought upon the Wiminera by settlers, mostly . Ger ? mane, who had come over the borders from South Australia, There is not that ' difference ia the climates, which might ' have induced them to adopt the harvestlntr machinery more common in Viotoria., And their new neighbours very quickly saw the advantages of harvesting by the strippon It became common, therefore, to contract for harvesting the wheat, from 5s. to 7s. Gd. an acre boing an ordinary charge in proportion to the weight of crop. Then adding 6d. per bag for ...

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

.. ?-.'.'?;;_; syimte'y. fFROMOUR CORIlKSrONDENT.T There is vory littlq excitement of any sort in town now, unloss it bo tho preparation for tho ' Payros ' which I mentioned last wcok. When ' Yo oMo Englysho Fnyro ' proved so successful in tho.ToVvn Hall at M.-lliourno, tlioio connected ?with 'the church of St. Thomas and Christ Church,' North Shore, thought it would bo a Tory acceptable way of raking in tho ' filthy lucro' wherewith to pay tho debt off their churches. Tkoy placed thomsulvos in communi cation with tho proprietors of tho vain pageant in Melbourne, anil in timo it' was' announced., that it would next ba oroutod in ''yo Garden' Palaco.' TheindcfatigabloArohbiBhop Vanghan,' 'who novor lots an opportunity slip of. obtaining the whero withal. of finishing his Cathedral, thought tho idoa a good one, and remembering that opposition is tho soul of trade, he ' wadod in ' and anuouncod that ho would have a bettor ono at ' yo Cathedral of St. M»ry.' Ho has takon the precaution ...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. SHOULD WE PLOUGH DEEPER? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

gjgvi culture STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. Bv Jujiiiuoroo. SHOULD WE TLOUaE BEEPER? Of nil otliois in tho colonios, SautU Aus tralian farmors havo profited roont from shallow plongbing, and when wo find them dlsouGBiug the question whether it has not boon overdone we may rout assured ibero io BomoShing in it. The oustom in Sbnlh Aus tralia during a long Botios of years lias been to plough shallow, and nowhere in tho history of faming, possibly, could better reneons bo given for plounhinR shnllo-v. Tbo . Blnplo crop of Hio oolony is wboat, nud while its culture has developed nnd grown to dimoiiBiou3 whioh nro nothina short o! extra ordinary, the vrork was cmrriou on with Bnoh small cost in oaUivntion and reapinp, and, tnkou es a wholo, with buou Buooesa, Unit tho wheat farming of South Australia lies oomo to be lookpd upon with a degreo ol ;eBpcat liitlo short of admiration. For a parson need to European farming to nndorstnnd bow orops o! wheat yielding from 5, and seldom over 12 busho...

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BURRIER v YALWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

Burrierv. Yalwal. A matoit 'Wbh playod at Burrior on Saturday last, botwoon tho Brurior olovon and oightoon froin,,Yalwal, which ondod in favour of tho formor in ono innings with sovonty runs to sparo. On' tho Yalwal sido, tho play of E. Plotohor was very good. Ho will bo honrd of again. On tho Burrior sido. the batting of M. Thomson, 0. Thortnirn, and iT. Lockfi, wn.s vory good; whilo J. Thorburn distinguished himself by making a fino loft hnndcd catch. Aftor tho game a ploasant musical evening was spoilt, to ?which tho Yalwalitio.s contributed larcoly ; . tho score of harmony boing more in thqir lino gonorally, than a score at oriokot Biddulph pot his usual crack from tlio hull, and wns disablod for somo tuno. Appended aro tho scoroB. YALWAL C.C. 1»T 1SN1N0S. 2SI- thSISOS. K. Kiiis-lit, st. nnill)T1«-m«m n 1) Tliovlmm ? 0 W. Onulyi li 'DmmNon ... 0 h Thoriumi ? 0 -R. Ulriclior, b Mnlloy ? 20 b Thorinmi ? 0 Vf. Giron, o Thorlmm, b Tliomnm ? a o mv\ 1- Didilulph ... 1 ,T. M'Nci\lv, ...

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Science. ANTIDOTE TO THE POISON OF SERPENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

[?] ANTIDOTE TO THE POISON OF SERPENTS. ? Veet interesting experiments have boen made in Brazil, by M. Do lacorda, which have established tho fact tbat permonKau age of potash is one o£ the moBt energetic antidotes to the venom oi unakes. M. De Laeerda has addressed a . memorial of his important works to tho Academy of Sciences (meeting of tho 12th of September, 1881.) Tho result o£ those rese-iiches is really aBtonishiner : thuB, in a series of exneri rnents, frequently ranewed, of injecting tha active, venom of loshnps, diluted with distilled water, in the cellular tissues or tho veins of dogs, SI. Do Laeerda found that tha permanganate of potash was able to stop completely the manifestation of local injuries from the venom. Yet tho same poison, which had s^ryad for these experi ments, being injected without antidote into other dogs, always produced great local tumefaciions, with loss o£ substance and d.'struotion oil tissue. These very ramarbablo results have been stated on vario...

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[?]cbolq. SLEEPING ON THE WALL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

/ ^.o.us.ekKr, SLEEPING ON THE WALL SIDE. A I'ursiciAN was lately called to pres cribe for a young lady who lives in one of tho rao?t charming villas in Laarnodville. ' Nothing the matter with her,' the da clnred, ' nothing but temble headaches.' Every morniatr she waked with a head ache, and it lasted nearly half tho day. It had been going on for months — over since they ? moved into their new house. The old doctor tried all tho old remedies, and they all failed. Elding and archery were faithfully tested, study- and practice wero cheerfully given up. Nothing did any good. ' AVill vou let run snn vour bedroom ?' a?ked tho doctor one day, and he was shown up into tho prettiest little noBfc imaginable. ' Nothing wrong about the ventilation. . The windows were high and broad and left open every night, tho patient said. The bed stood in one cornor against the wall. ' How do you sleep ?' cays tho doctor, ' On my right side at the back of the bed, with my faco to the wall. Lou likes tho f...

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Essays. MOTHS IN THE CANDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

®OTJJS. MOTHS IN THE CANDLE. Eveby moth learns for itself that thn .candle burns. Evory night while tho .candlo lasts, tho slaughter 'gooa on, and limves its wingless and dead around it. 'l'ho light is beautiful and warm, and at tractive ; aud, unscarod by tho dead, thn foolieh crcaturcti ruah into tho flamea, and drop, hopelesely singed, their Httlo lives despoiled. It has been supposed that inon have reason and a. moral aouse. It ban been supposed that thpy observe, draw conclusions, and loarn by experience. Yet thoro in a lareo class of men, repro duced by evory passing generation, that do oxactly whut tho moths do, aud die exactly as tho moths dio. They loarn nothing by observation or oxporionce. Around a cer tain class of brilliant temptation 3 they gather night after nighr, and with singed, wings and lifolesa bodies, they tstrow tUo ground around thorn. No instructions, no expostulations, no observations of ruin, no sense of duty, no remonstranco of con aoienco, have any elfec...

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AUX ARMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 6 April 1882

AUX AEMES. Bost urchins, up and at him ! Gronn him, stone him, and brickbat him ; ? Hunt him from youth's happy climo 1 Drab him ! cuff him .' whack him J bang him ! i. Have no meroy on him— hang him ! What has youth to fear from time? True, he'd like to spoil your morrow, Cloud your sunny brows with sorrow, Dash the dimples from your cheeks. Therefore show no. quarter to him, Nothing dreads he like your freaks. List not to his woeful story, . Kick him & posteriori, Pelt him from your presence bright ; '. Smash his scytho and hour-glass horrid, ? Pluck the forelock from hia forehead. Put tho hoary rogue to flight i ' „. If he haunts your blooming bowers, ? 'Tie to deseorate the flowers, 'TiB to blight them in their prime. Therefore cuff him, pelt him, bang him ! Have no meroy on him — hang him ! ? : Out upon' tho tyrant Time 1 — Charles J. Dunplinc. Short Lebson ron Bores. — He Bat down in the half of a seat, the other half of whioh was ooonpied by a pleaBant-faoedyoung lady...

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Household. A SOAP RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

. .||0llEfj#, A SOAP RECIPE. The London Druggist contained recently a caretully written article on soap-making, from which we borrow the following : — ' It iB perfectly easy to make a few pounds of soap at a time with this article. No boiling-pans are required, and it is about as easy to muke a dozen pounds of soap as a cup of coffee j or a few hundred weight of soap can be made with leas care and attention than ia required to make a dozen, loavts of bread I The following simple recipe if exactly followed, will always Buoceed : 'Take exactly ten pound3 of double refined ninety-eight per cent, caustic soda powder (Greeubunk,) put it in any can or ar with foity-fivo pounds (four and a half gallons) of water, stir it once or twice, when it will dissolve immediately and become quite hot. Let it stand until the lyo thus madi- ia cold. Weigh out aud place in any convenient vesself or mixing exactly seventy five pounds of clean grease, tallow, or oil (noi mineral oil.) If greaae o'r tallow...

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HOOTED AND HISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

HOOTED AND HISSED. The poet Joe had a poet's heart, Though lugged might be his thymes, And suddenly spite 0! himself wouldjBtart Ttie tears to his eyes at timoB ; And the aotor who loved the poet Joe, Said—11 Friend let us enter here, And, if you will sit lor an hour or bo, I'll stand you a glass ol beer.' Through good, through ill, with Boaroo a pause, ' Through misery and turmoil, They both had proved how hard it was Up fame's tough steep to toil : They both had known some sore defeat, Set still some triumph shared, And they were glad once more to meet To learn how eaoh had lared. So down they sat, these oronies twain, , In the hostelry dingy and snug, Old Joe to his glass ol the ambor Btain, . And hia iriond to his pipe and jug : Thon the aolor said — ' It is death to fail, But Troubadour ! be you blisae, For though tho oritics your verse assail, The; do not sen you writhe.' ' They never fail,' quoth the poet Joe, ' Who are pleased themselves to please ; ' ' But a hiss,' oriod th...

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Agriculture. STATION FARMER [?] BY AN [?] AND GARDEN [?] OLD COLONIST. [?]MONGERING SHEEPSKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

[?] [?] »| O.KKXJ VW.MJI!jXt _. . ' Old Colonist. IBM' ? '- ??? -.MONGERING SHEEPSKINS. jl'hey ate the fortunate few amongst Colonial Sheepowners who have never felt they would lite to be ablo to fellmongor or ? take the wool from a few Bheepakins. The aeoompliahmeat is a useful ono, and although we do not for a moment suppose that it can ho learned in anything like perfection without the experience gained «* «'« irui&oiAu^i umy, wo nope- to maKO lu plain that a man with fair intelligence, and a capacity for making use of the things around him, can follmonger a few skins, and Bave what might otherwise bo oome a dead loss. ? It is not ncoessary to go into a disquisition regarding the times when the caroassoa of sheep have to be Bkinned at Bhort notice, and when, if the wool is not pulled from them, they might aB well bo left on the dead animals. Those who have seen drownings from floods and losses in flocks during .continuously wet weather know what is meant. ' In order that ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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PLUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

' ? ' . ? PLU0KY. ?',..'; ; The boy maroued straight .np to the -flouniar.' . ' . . . .-., ..... ..- - ' Well, my little man,'- said tho merohant ccmpUcentty— he had just risen from soon a glorious good dinnor — ' what will you hava to day?' '0, 'please, air, mayn't I do aome work ftf vnn V* ? - - '- '? - .- It might have baen the pleasant blue eyes that did it, for the man was not aoouatomed to parley with each small gentlemeh, and Tommy wasn't'aeveu yet, aud small of bis age at that. ' There were a few wisps of hair aloogthe edges of tho rrieioliant'o temples, aud looking down on tbo nppualing fauo, tha man pulled at thom. Wheu he had done tweakicg them he gave the enda of his cravat a brush, and then uis handa' travelled down to his vest'pooket; ? ' ? '? 'Do some work for mb, eh? Well now, about what sort of work mieht vour small manabip oalaulato to be; able to peiorm? i Why son oan't look over the oountar 1 ' '' . '0, yes I. can, and I'm growing, ploaee, growing- faot — therol ...

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THE GOOD END OF A BAD SHILLING. RECIPE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

THE GOOD END OF A BAD SHILLING. BEOIPE Take a good ehilliag, anybow, from any one. Scour it well with soap and water : dry it aud then grease it with suet or -ttllew ; partly wipe 'his cfi, but not wholly. Take somo pliiBioroi psrin, and make a collar either oi paper or tin. Four tbe plaster of paria on the piooe of ooin in the oollar or band round it. Leave it until it aeta or hard ons, when thn impresBion will be mado. You now turoit up, and tbe piece atiokts in the mould. Turn the reverse Bid.e, and jou make a similar imprcoaion from it ; (hen you hsve the mould oomploto. You put the piecea of the mould togeiher, and than pare it, You make a ohannel ia order to pour tha metal into it in a state ot fusion, having the neck of the ohannel aB small aB possible'. The smaller the channel the IesB the imper feation in the ',' kuerling.' Yon make o1*wb to the mould, aa that it will atiok together while you pour the metal into it. But be fore doing bo you must properly dry it. If yon pnur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

To Our Subscriber*. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving thoir paper regularly, ?will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho j)ro priotor, at tho ofiico of tliis paper. THE Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, APEIL 13, 1882.

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Nobelist. THEODORA VAIL. A STORY IN SIX CHAPTERS. (Concluded.) CHAPTER IV. LODGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

wrfmTSI THEODORA VAIL, ? 9 A STORY IN SIX OHAPTEBS. ; 'By Janet Carroll, (Concluded. ) CHAPTER IV. : ! LODGINGS. ? CaeeotjlIiT counting the cost of every stop, and weighing and- balancing tho, expenditure and probable gain or loss of every, venture, mere new experiences to ,1'heodora Tail, but ? Bhe shrank frem \ nothing,, when proparing for her self imposed battle with tho world; indeed Bhe Bpemed to t court sordidneas, and devoted many a spare ten minutes to mean and She had come from Mainhurst to Mel bourne, , and taken up her residence in quiet suburban lodgings— a little cottage crammed in tightly between two pompouB looking red hrick structures^ and wearing on its every post and pafing, door and ?window, the garnish and vivid oheap ?oolouting that city homes delight in ; but tho, geraniums arranged bo neatly in the fcmr-yord-aquare front garden in which two nude and attenuated poplars kept Gentry, erect and martial-looking, in either corner, the musk-scented clean window ourtu...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

'XOCAIi SUnTEffiljI&EHJCE. iBrottghton Creek and Bomaderiiy Muici 'CIPAL Counoil. — At tho timo -when tho rogular fortnightly mooting of tho ahovonnmed Council should have taken placo on Saturday aftornoon last/. the only members of the Council prosont ?were tho Mayor (Aldorinan Gray) and Aldormon Timbs, Kunkler, and Horgan, -which not boing a cmorvvm. the meatm' la-nsod. Printers' Art Journal. — Wo have recoived No. 3 of this journal, which still continuos to exhibit tho excellence of tho lotter-pross -work exhibited in the number formerly acknowledged. Thonuniber boforeus contains several articlos interesting to the trado, and a judicious hand ling of tho subject of tho gagging of the Press, as woll as somo thoughts on cheap-jack job 'printers. ; At tho Shoalbavon Police Court, on Tuesday last, before their Worships Messrs. B. Brown and Z. G. Bice, James Dovany pleaded guilty to having boon drunk and disorderly at Torrara on tho 10th inst., and with having made uso of obsc...

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A NEW NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

. A NEW- NOVEL, i We will shortly publish a New Story, . from the pon of tho well-known colonial writor. ?.( DONALD OAMEBON, .(Author of ' In tho Folds of the Ser pent,' ' Silverwater Bond,' ''Soilpo- ' polls,' 'The Mysteries of Melbourne,' and othor works), entitled— ; ' ' GRIT/' In this Novel Mr. Cameron has tali e np a new field. He deals with a mining aommunity, and vividly ploturea the stirring scenes of mining life and the great ^ crisis of speculation. . ♦ . v ' Muoh of tho Story is evidently founded ' «M fnnf. t.llA nilt.Virtt* hnvtnn Viimanif Vinnn ran aotorin the great crisis ho describes, and thoroughly at home with every phoso of Australian mining life. The whole Novel bristles with life and . notion, and the key-note of interest is struck in the first chapter 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 papors over our subscription list, intend ing.subsoribors wishing to B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and strictures are speedily roliovotl and ultimately removed by applying tljis Ointmont after fermentation with warm water. Porsons suffering from thoso scourges of tho human fruino should arrest thoir progress at onco, for it is both insidious and rapid. l?isl,ulas, if long allowed to go unchecked, not only woakon tho nervous system' but destroy lifo. Tho soonor thoso inc3timablo remedies aro usod tho moro cortain is succoss, yot nono need despair; hopolcss casos havo likowi.so yielded, and tho suffoior boon anvod a pniufnl doath. In excoriations a few applica tions of this healing Ointmont offoot a euro, whilo the Pills, conjointly with it, aro ospocially bonoficial in rolaxing aud removing strictures, whatever thoir situation or duration.— Adv. Tku Man who Youds oi Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfeit 'of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vends or imports to bo a pornicious a...

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