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Humour. THE BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

$mm. the! butcher. 4 xnis ween, aaiidren, 1 utiall ahow you tho «- buioh«r. Ho Is goncrally a good mnn, but -W sooiotimen has a bad weigh of «howln« It. '?§ The butcher li it jolly follow ; therefore '($ It i' meat tlmt ho outa up ocoaolonally. \§i He 1« n good husband, and hia wife oltavea y. unto him. Ho taken great oare ol hia .:'{ olonvcr. ' ':; The butcher la a great favourite among the fair a«x. Ho la always killing. Tho butcher nnvar nollt hone-menfc, al though ho han bean known to out up and diapose of a (Mot. The butohor will knook down ru ox and lamb a woman or a child ; but let uo nob ba too Unrah on (ho poor orontnrc, for a pork reaohar ho is. - It has been BaH that what iBdriad In the bonn won't come out ot the floah ; but the butohor gets muoh of hia bread In tha bone he noils to you ; and dooan't this come out of tho floBh ? The batcher has been blamed for charging you aa much for th* bone aa for the floah ; but he doea not tequiro you to tako the bone. He carefully r...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. LORD HOLLAND AND HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

^imllmmm. LORD HOLLAND AND HIS SON. The following pleasant little sooial gleam, or Htu-pioturo, is oulled from a sketoh of the Life and Times of Mr. Fox — Father and Son : . Mr. Fox, iiftonvurds Lord Holland, mado it a rule ia the government of hiB ohildron, to QH3ist and dir=ot nature, but never to force, or arive it, or to intorrnpS it. He early peroeived that his son Charles was particu larly bright and promising ; and he deter mined that the boy should have every ad vantage. Ho permitted him to enter into conversation with men, where he aoquitted himself to tho surprise ol all who heart) him. It wub this early habit oi Ireedom ol thought, and association with master minds, that enabled him, in alter years, bo promptly and surely to throw himsolf, and all his energise, into the senatorial breooh, where his power lor conquoat was neoded ; and, when needed, sure to be given. But heru is the pleasant sorap. While thu eldor Fox was Secretary of State he used to allow Ouar.os to road ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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THE CRIMINAL OF THE FUTURE. A CHAPTER FROM A FORTHCOMING ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

THE CRIMINAL OP THE FUTURE. A CHAPTER FROM A FOBTH0O1IINO BOMANOE. . Slippery Diok hurried away from tho scene of his orimo. His knowledge of the law told him that hiB only ohanco of safety depended upon immediate flight. ' It is no timo for idle remorse,' ho murmured, as he rapidly disguised himsolf, by assum ing a false noso, a pair of blue speotaoles, and the smock-frock of an agricultural labourer. ' The deed is done, and if I am caught I must pay tho penalty. Oh, would. ' RS I were onco again an innocent child I' - i And this strong man burst into a very ti agony of grief, and wept long and bitterly. I Though his career was stained with the deepest guilt, ho had a heart. Nay — more — he had a mother 1 He remembored her at this supremo hoar of his misery. ? ' Tako a drink of water, mate,' said a- 4 workman kindly. ' You look pale, and I think it will do you good,' Dick drained the goblet to tho dregs Then he hurried on. . ' Had that honest artisan known who- and what I am,' he t...

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Sudden Death at Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 13 April 1882

Sudden Death at Cambewarra. An inquest was held at Cambewarra on Thursday last, before Mr. District Coronor Richards   and the following jury, John Boyd, Christopher Robson, J. D. M'Laren, W. Tait, Jacob Morschell, and W. H. Noakes, touching the death   of James Evison, sen., who died at his residence suddenly on the preceding day.     Rebecca Evison, being duly sworn, deposed : The body viewed by the Coronor and jury is that of my late husband, James Evison, who resided at Cambewarra, and was a farmer.We were married at Wollongong in the year 1848, and my husband was 63 years of age.   He got up yesterday morning well     and in excellent spirits, and eat a a hearty breakfast; the deceased milked his cows before breakfast, then walked to the post office for letters, and on his return home, went to a neighbour's, Mrs. Woods, for a camp oven, which he carried home; I was sitting on the sofa and...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Novelist. MR. MONTFORD'S ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

[?] MR. MONTFORD'S ROOM. By 'Waif Wander (W. W .). I It was a strange experience altogether, and I liavo for years been very chary of relating it. Tho sight of Colonel Ard well'e name in a late paper, however, has ! recalled the: whole1 affair so vividly to me, that I may interest you in recording it. I came out to theso colonies fully de . terminod- on settling', and, when I heard that Bung-nrra Station was in the market. jl lmmeauv&eiy put myseir in communica tion with the owner, Colonel Ardwell. I found him a jolly, agreeable man of the ' world, and we arranged at once that he should accompany me on a visit of inspec tion to the property. 'Iowa 7o you that I shall be glad to get rid of the place,' he said, as, during the afternoon o£ the second day of oar journoy, we wore getting, near Bungarrn. 'I mistook my vocation when I tried to make a country gentleman of myself. You see what a lonely I'.oantiy ib is, and I do boliove another six months of it would havo killed me.' ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Poetry. THE OLD LOVE. I [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

[?] THE OLD LOVE. ' Son love me, only me. Do I-not know ? 1(1 were gone yoar life would be no more: Than his who, hnngoring on a rooky ehore.i Shipwreokcd, alone, observes the ebb and: flow OI hopeless ocean widening forth below, And is remembering all (bat was before. Sear, I believe it, at yoar strong heart's1 core I am tlie life ; no need to tell me so. -And yet— Abl husband, though I be. more' fair, 'Mora worth your love, and, though yoni loved her not, (Else mast yon have some different, deeper, name ? J? or loving me.) dimly I seem aware, As though you conned old stories long forgot, ThoBe days are with you — liors — before I came. II. Tho mountain traveller, joyous on his way. Looks on the vale he left, and oalls it fair; Then oonnts with pride hoi? lar he ia from there, And still asoenda. And, when my fancies . . stray, , Pleased with light memories of a bygone day, I would nos have again the things that were. I take thoir thought like fragrance in the air 0! flowers I gathe...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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A NEW NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

A NEW NOVEL. I . - We will shortly publish'' a New Story, from the pen of tho well-known colonial writer. 'GRIT.' DONALD CAMERON, (Author o£ 'In the Folds o£ tho Ser pent,' ' Silverwater Bend,' ' Soripo pplla,' 'Tho Mysteries of Melbourne,' and other works), entitled — In this Novel Mr. Oameron has taken up a new field. Ho deals with a mining community, and vividly plptures the stir ting scenes of mining lifo and the great orisis of speculation. r ' Muoh of the Story is ovidontly founded on fact, tho author having himself boen an aotor in the groat crisis ho describes, and thoroughly at homo with overy phase ' ' of Australian mining life. The whole Novel bristles with life and . action, 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 papers over our subscription list, intend ing subscribers wishing to start with the new Story will,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

'No pent up Utica, contracts our powers' may bo truly said of 0116 of the most invaluable preparation -it' modern times, for its,. salos are not confined to any particular sphere, but extend ovor all, tho quarters of the globe. Orders aro boing constantly received from remote sections, and its export constitutes one of the staplos of our trade. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curative properties havo boon translated into all languagos, and there is ho portion, of tho j world whero Udolpho WoliVs Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is hot known. — Adv., : ? Dew ov the Alps. — Tlio world outside of Europe having discovered that this palatablo tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant extant; tlio demand for it in tho AVest Indios, South America and Australia has literally become enormous. It is strange for hundreds of years so wondovl'ul an app0t.i7.0r and stomachic should havo boon comparatively unknown beyond, tlio Swiss fron «,„.o tl'.n 1:1,,, nt mill Inn. gn ,l„n Messrs. M. Moss and...

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FOR THE FARMER. Conference of Farmers' Unions. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

TTHB® S3JE. C©siitereiiBce «S' E'siu'smos's' ' 'gJjtJOHS. A coxi'EiiEXCE of dologates from tbo various Farmers' Unions in N. S. Wales, was held at tho Post Offico Hotel, Tork-stroot, on Wednesday and Thursday last, ,;in-conformity with a circular issued by tlio Oamdon Far mers' Union, Tho circular . stated' tbafc tho time had arrived for unity of action in mat ters of common interest, sucli as — 1. The cartage question ; 2. A ecntral farm produce market for Sydney; 3. To appoint a secre tary to conduct correspondonco between all Unions. Nearly all tho Unions wero repre sented, but somo dolegates unfortunately woro unable to attond. Those Unions, however, which had been uiiablo to solid re presentatives. bad, with ono or two. oxeop-' tions, forwarded- written communications approving of- the objects of 'tho Conference and promising- them support. The first mooting was bold 011 Wednesday, when Mr. B. Proctor, ot Camden, was elected to preside. A general, discussion tlion ensued; on th...

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Humour. THE MYSTERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

°§mm. THE MYSTERIOUS. Hu is a man witn a ii^nc Denver over coat ou. He drivoB a white horso nnd n, top buggy, and all of ft sudden ho etopB in tho uiiddlo of tho st'oet and looks flxodly at hiB horso. In two minutes fifty pooplo lino tho korbstrtno. ' What'B tho mattor ?' ' Balky.' A man stops out 10 boizo inu unuiu uuu start tho horso, but tho drivor shakes his hoad and motions him away. ' I'll hot ho'8 an ugly bruto.' 11 Of oourso ho iB. Look at that wiobed oyo of his 1' , Tho orowd has now boon inoreasod jby fifty, and sovoral vehioleB havo stopped. 'Anybody hurt P' 'No; balky horso.' .1^ 'Why doesn't sombono whisper in his oarP' Four uion stopped out to givo advico,. but thoy aro hastily motioned back, and a livery stablo-man in tho orowd obsorvos 1 'If that horso doesn't kill two or throo men hero I shall be muoh mistaken.' Throo minutes moro and tho orowd numbers 200. Tho man with the grey horso looks up and down tho street, braooa his foot, and takes a firm grip on tho linos,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

IWARKXVttK. M'LXuen. — Gn ay.— April 10th, 1SS2, at Mill Cottage,' by Jtov. W. Grant, M.A., John M'Donrtld, youngest fjon of P. M'Laron, Greenhills, to Jessie Ellon, eldest daughter Of G. Gray, Nowra. THE f to!to,pw Mtpip'li;, Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 18S2.

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The French Detective Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

THae Ffl-etacllii BJoitoctSve F«»3Sec. Tire French detectives pride themselves upon knowing tho whereabouts of all those who prey upon their fellowmen ; aud as a proof of this thoy seldom fail in putting their hand upon both tho- thieves and what tho lattor have stolen. W ltu us a cletectivo is moroiy a policeman who has changed his blue uni form for a not very well mado suit of plain clothes. The French detectives told mo that they are never .employed to arrost any one, and nevor, or as rarely as possible, appear before the criminal classes in their true ? character. They are moroiy tbo dogs who hunt out and point where the game is to bo found ; but: they never handle the guns bv which tho birds are shot. So much so is this the case, thatevon whonthioves or othor criminals are brought lip for trial, thoy very rarely appear as witnesses against thom. They indicate where testimony to convict tho offenders will be found; and there their functions ceaso. I was told at tho Rno do Jerusa...

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Sketcher. VISION SEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

[?] VISION SEERS. It in hot an uncommon thing to hoar mon of narrow iutetli ota aud gruat vital energy diuparugo tlioso who are oalled ' viBionsrion,' whilo it is tbo fashion to laud tho ' praati ojl.' A man who hae tolont for working a treadmill is tiokled, boiug told that ho is ' praotieal.' Ho congratulates himnoll that ho in attempting an iwpraolioal thing. Ho ia strniigliug up no hrighta of fanov — not ho. Hu think- that tho sillioot ynntti of whom he ever heard is that young person in Loug frllow'a (loom who bore a flag with ?' tlio stranKo device of Excelsior,' and went climb ing up tbo snow and iuo therewith, fool hardily beginning his journoy in tho after noon. It that young visionary had boon a praoti oal pernon ho would have bended tho warnings of that old nun and of the peasant, and, instead of going on, with a toar stand ing in his bright blue oyo, he would havo tnined in at tho voioo of the maidon, es pecially if tho maiden's father bad a store of bread and oboese in t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

'litlCAIi IKTEl^IG-EXCB. Cexthal SitoALiCAVEX Cnvxca* — Last ?weok's meeting lapsed for want of a quorum. ? At tlio Police Court, Nowra, xmi Sateday last/boforo Mr. Brown. .Tolin M'Goe was charged by Constable Davis, with having boon drunk 'and cl i sorcl erl y :a t Torrara, on tho preceding day, with having iiiado uso of obscene language, . and with -having assaulted the apprchonding ufficor in tho execution of Ins duty. He pleaded guilty to tlio first charge and was fined 5s and costs, and tlio second charge having been proven ho was fined TOs. Tlio chargo of assaulting tho police was 'Withdrawn. Easteu Mwhtng. --The annual Enstormeoting of the parishioners of Nowra 0. E. Church, was hold in thc-chm-eh on Tuesday evening Inst, when there wore alxnit 20 persons ])r,esont. Tho Boy. E.Elder occupied tho chair, and oponeil tho meeting with prayer. The minutes of previous Easter 'meeting having been read and confirmed, tho chairman called upon Mr. John Glanvillo (Treasurer) to read the...

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The "London Times" and its Compositors. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

The ' ^London twines ' aud its Compositors; The following is extracted from tho Herald's \ London lottor : — An extraordinary circum stance, so singular that it is only possible to hit at its character, lias just occurred- in connection with tlio publication of the Times., In the Monday morning's issup , of ...that journal thoro was a full roport of the speech delivered by Sir William Harcourt at Burton oil the previous Saturday. In itself this speech was a long, ablo, and vigorous vindi cation of the conduct of tho Government sinco tlioy had been in offico, and delivered as it was almost on the ovo of the Parlia mentary session, it excitcd an unusual amount of public intorost. Some .miscreant employed m ono of tho composing rooms of the Times interpellated in the Litter portion of Sir William's address a single line, but a lmo so offeusivo that it would havo dis graced ovGn the worst records of the Holy woll-stroet prosecutions had it chanced to liava beon discovered among tlio mis...

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SUBSTITUTE FOR COD-LIVER OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

SUBSTITUTE FOR COD -LIVER OIL. It is claimed by a writer in Natyr e that tho oil of the ' oolachon,' or 'ulikon,' the candlo-fish of Alaska, possesses all tho medioinal qualities of cod-liver oil. This fish has long been an ichthyological curi osity, and has boen noticed by almost overy traveller who has viBited the coast of British Columbia and Southern Alaska It is a small silvery fish, averaging about fourteen inohes long, and in general ap pearance much resembling a smelt. It Is the fattest of all known fish, and affords a very superior oil when tried out. Dried, the fish Bt-rve as torches. Whon a light is needed, the tail is touched to tho fire, and thoy will burn with a bright light for Borne time. No description oan give an adequate nf flioir nntnViaiia wlmn n ~ ii... rivers from the sea. The water is literally alive with them, and appears to be boiling. These fisheries appear not to have been hitherto utilised except by the natives, who esteem tho ulikon as a great delicacy....

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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

IVumlia jnTuii£ei|tal Council. : Tiiuhsday, Arnir, 13. Puesext- -tho: Mayor, and Aldermen Smith, Woignnd, Davis, and Loslio. Tho minutes of provious meeting were read and confirmed, ou tho motion of Aldermen ? Woigand- and Smith. Correspondence. Inwards : Erom Seniorcon stablo Brayue, resigning his office of Inspector of Nuisancos. ; Tho resignation was accei)(ed. on tho motion oi Aldermen Woigand and Smith. It was deoidGd. on tho motion of Aldermen Loslie and Davis, that tho Inspoclnr-Genoral bo written to, asking that Constable Davis be per mitted to act as Inspector of Nuisances, pro vided tho officer named bo Willi!:;'; toact. [Wo learn that Constablo Davis declined to act.[ 2. Erom the Central Shoalhavon Council, on tho: subject of co-operating for the straightening of tho road at-Pyreo. Oil tho. motion of Aldonnon Davis andLeslie. the letter was ' notrecoived.' — On tho motion of Aldermon.Woigand and -Leslie, the Clerk , was instructed to writo to. tho Mayor of Central Shoalha...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Life in the West. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

[?] Sjilc in t!ac West.- ? The following extract from a letter written by a travelling reporter gives a glimpso of tho country with which townspeople , are . but little acquainted Erom Bath ursti,- westward ? tho 'country is in n. foarful state from/drought. Not a blado of grass for hundreds of miles, and tho | cattlo dymg in thousands. Tlio coach had to i gallop through the bush m many places to roscapotho stench from tbo decaying carcases of. sheep and cattle. In ono -place tlio coachman *old mo ho had to get down from his box and romovo tho carcases out of tho road before lio could proceed. 1 have had to1 rough it .some what since I Jleft Sydney. My pathway has not boon strown with rosos. 'Por instanco, at ono public-house I had so sleop on tho floor of „ ,i.nn,v, «,„? -TO,-k ? ? o1vn-f 'IO I'''1 navvies round mo, gambling all mglit till G m the morning. As I had abojjt, £26 on mo:I need not say . that my. slumborswas very light. I had a friend with me, a jewollor from Mudgee; ?w...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Cricket. A MATCH was played at Numba, on Saturday last, between tho Nowra and Numba Cricket Clubs ; the result, as may bo seon by the scores, being in favour of tho Nowra team, Mr. G. Moguiro taking tho ball offered by tho. late Treasurer of tho Nowra Club — Mr. H. Howie tt — as 'a token of everlasting disgrace to tho lowest scorer in tho match.' Tho following aro the scores; — ..^ JNOWltA U.U. ? lBT IN'KIN'08. 2nd IXS'ISOS/ P. Kennedy, b 'Watts ? 9, oWntta.b O'Neil.. 0 .T. Pmitli.b Wntts... 8 o Bice, b O'Neil 0 I. Hewitt, c and b Fraser ? ? 20 ,b Watts ..................... ' 0 O. Mnirniro,b Wutta ? ? . 0 - b 'Wntts .. ? : -1 1 T. Jt'Fee^ Britton, b 'Wiitt.s 0 b O'Neil ? ? 0 ij.iliuiTjate.cBarron.bO'lfeil . 0 ?'runout;.;.;..;........ ? '... 0: n. Thurtnite, o Eichnrdson, b * ? O'Ncil ? ? 5 o Hiclmrdpon, b AVatts ^ 1 J. Gnsiinj?, b 'VTatte.... ? .... 0 , o Bleo; b '\Vatt«..^'.:....;. ''5 A. Hynra, b Watts ............... O b O'Neil .....,.'.....:........ ? fl ?\V. Xiinkcnbaplunotout...

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Srelaml. Iif consequence of tho Queen's letter to Lord : ; Aberdare on tho mntilatiou of cattle in Ireland, ? the Dublin Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, havo considered tho matter, and believing that an appoal to thoso guilty, of such barbarities would bo useless resolvod to ask tho the Protostant'and Roman- Catholio archbishops to fix a- day on which a romonstranco shall bo made intho ohurches against tho cruoltios which bring disgrace on tho Irish people, v Several of tho suspects have been released, while, on tho othor hand, new arrests havo boon mado, tho action of tho Go\ eminent boing dopendont upon tho state of tho localities .to whioh tho partios belonged. Mr.'-M, Hams, who has beon in Galway gaol neavly 10-montliR, has just' been rolasod unconditionally, but ho was cautionod that any political action on, his, part would at once onsuie his;ioavrest. . y , Umted Ireland is still being ouculatod, in spito of all tho watchfulness of tho polite.. It , is, howev...

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