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New South Wales Land League. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

ISe'w. Wales ]LaiuM-eague. We hav? io ''Anowledgo the recoipt of a copy of the Je»i?Sc'. sotting forth as follows the objects sought to bo attained by tlio Land League, as set forth by its branch at Corowa, N.S.W., of which Mr. H. Levin is tho Hon. Soc. : — - ' (1.) That no Crown lands othor than town or suburban lots bo sold by auction- ' - ' (2.) That no lossoo bo allowed to purchase by virtuo of improvements. , . '? '(3.) That no pro-leases be granted by virtuo of feo simplo. : (4.) (^rown lands to bo classifiod as follows ; 1. Agricultural, comprising land near tlio coast, rivers, and railways, opon for selection in blocks up to 0-10 acros. 2. Partly agricultural and pastoral land. Up to 040 acres may bo selected, tlio selector to have throo timos tho area immedi ately adjoining as a loasohold for 14 years nt a rental of 3d por acre por nnnum, with right to select his leasehold nt any timo after tho oxpira tion of his loaso, provided Imnri fidc. residence for tho period is prove...

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

- ^ 'Tlie Tim future wife of Prince Leopold, Princess I - Holon ? of Waldock, accompaniod by her fathor, | tlio Prmco of Waldook, and by Prince Leopold I v himself, arrived at England, Pebruary 21,; on a visit to the Queen. ' She was received with groat cordiality at Queonborough.- and; is described, by. tlie newspapers as having ' won all hearts with - : her winsome ; smiles.' ? She -was dressed in ,o-. ; tight-fitting velvet mantle tnd:silk gown-of ..tho: colour linpwn as rayi-tlo-groon. ? Prince Leopold,-; who walked by lier side, appeared far from woll, looking palo, being .very lame, and, generally bearing traces of recent pain. Tho longth of tho visit of the Princess-Helen to England is not yet ? ? deoided^nor has it been settled whother sho will ? roturn : to her own native country before the wedding takes place. ? - [We- learn by. telegram . that, in consequence of. the illness of Prmco ?: Leopold, the -marriage has been .postponed-.] .

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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HOW THEY SALT A CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

HOW THEY SALT A CLAIM. 0 ' 1 wish you would explain to mo all | about this Bolting of claiinB that J hoar so i muoh about,' said a meek-eyed tender | foot to a grizzly old minor, who waB 8 panning about six ounces of pulverisod K quartz. 'I don't see what they want to .1 salt a olaim for, and I don't understand | how they do it.' 1 'Well, you see, a hot season like this | they have to salt a claim lots of times to i seep it. A fresh claim Ib good enough for a fresh tenderfoot, but old-timers won't look at anything but a piokled claim. You know what quartz is, probably ?' 'No.' ' Well, overy .olaim has . quartz. Somo more and some loss. You find out how many quartz there aro, and then put in so many pounds of Bait to the quart. Wild- . cat claims require more Bait, because the wild cat spoilB quiokor than anything olseu Snmnh'mp.-! von catch a mmknr. ton. 1111 rl you have to put him in brine pretty plenty, or you will loso him. That's one reason why thoy salt a olaim. Then, again, yo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

THE NEW DOCTOR. By Pabmenab Mix. Through tho ' Philadolphy' oollege ho went in a week, Ho had lots of assuranoo— in other words, oheok, And his monner of study was rather unique. Yet tho faot is, Aftor hearing the regular lectures, whioh stuck To his mind like the rain on the baok of a duok, He got a diploma and instantly struck ' For a praotico? A neighbourhood olear . in tho rear of tho ? ago, ' * Where a man was accepted at onoe as a sago, Who oould show a diploma, he ohoio as his Btage, . . Of endeavour. And soon an old farmer, with plothorio purse, Who had long baen afflicted, but now had grown worse, Was able to tako a short ride — in a hoarse, Cured for ever. But he didn't go thero, as he moodily said, To cure hopeless oases and raise up the dead, And hp loft for the side of an invalid's bed Who waa ailing With paine in his baok, and |he gave hiirt ' six pills, Intended for patients with ague or ohille, And tho folks who residod just over the hills Hoard him wailing'.! But, a...

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

(13- Meetings to be Held. Gniid ? Templar's Lodge moots at Nowra, .April 27, lfi82, at 7 pm.

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

B'SJawJiJ-ca' stcHiis WaviR'aiiota - ' :-TIME'TABLE.. : J .n .?„ \( Every Monday, Tuesday, and 5 Jftom isydnoy. j , Fliaiiy „4)lt) at li; ? .:/ | li'rom Groenwoll f Monday, (i a.m. ;? Tuesday, 3 I Point :p.m;; -Thursday, 8 a..m.: % , EARES : ? Cablet, ; W k Weea-HKe, £Sh S5«l. K f No ripp-«v other 'Livo Stock-.wll l»*.convoy«l I ..,!)-? tlio steamer leaving for Sydney on Tuesday, - 4 ultei noon. fj , E. MANNING, -y Manager. It ' itSiisSSsSi ©-r«a45sjt 'and. A'usJr'wliaw ' rgllffi UUSM3SS oE this llAOTC will, for tlio *c' jj. intm'o bo coudneted iu thoNKW.PRE MISES iii Kinglioi'Vi-atrcet iibxt thqlVoaijyNritin, I if church. . ? . - - : .- '/ ROBT. Ells' LA IT, ON. ?') ? , Managor. - Nowra,12Ui January, 1881. ? I . '5. LAJSTG-LBYr | aoiwdavicissxonsr B ... AJilJ-' ?' ' ? ' \ PRODUCE AQE5SET, * 'TJfiMANIAN JAM$ FRUIT DEPOT, - 92 SlJSSBX -STREET, ! ; : : ? T D N E Y . k ' ??' pftBEEf JpiKLEJOEff , ? ; ; I,;.' -''[/fyU.TJmpte.'viiiil iteiM$ohu,J' -? Commission Agent, £ *V.: ? : . SUSSEX ...

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Weekly Calendar for April. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Weekly Calendar for April. ' PltASES 01' THE MOON. Full Moon ? 4th, at 3.51 a.m. Lost quarter - , 11th, at'4.35 p.m. Now Moon . . 18th, at'7.43 a.m. First quarter . . 25th, at 0.1 a.m. T- , , , ; r — Sux- ? , Iligh water atShoal iJ.vi'K.- . Hisos. Sots. ;. ; havon Heads, ~~~r ii. *m. n. si. A. Xt. r. Mr. 20 0 27 5 30: 9 47 10 8 21 0 28 5 29 10 2!) 10 50 ? 22 0 2!) 5.28 11 12 11 33 23 .8.30 5 27 11 So ? ? 24 0 30 5 25 12 10 .12 38 20 ?? 0 81 5 21 1 1) 1 26 20. . 'ti S3 5 23 1 52 2 22

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

To Otir Sulinerlbcrs. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating tlio fact to tlio pro prietor, 'at tlio office of this papor.

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Nature. INTELLIGENCE OF A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

ffeimx .. INTELLIGENCE 03? A CAT. Several yoars ago my grandfather moved from hiB farm into tho city. Among the domestic animals on the place at that timo was an old oat with ono Bmall kitteu. Theso they intended to leave, placing the kitten in a room where a broken pane of glass would allow the oat to pass baok aud forth at will. The last load was nearly re v.iy to start, when njy father, who was making somu final pre parations, was attraotcd by an exclamation of surprise from his motUor, and looking around, he beheld the oat strutting along with tbe kitten dangling from her mouth. Without any in'.erforeuoe oa tho p trt of tho ladies, wh' wore on She waggon, or by any member of the family, shemarohod direotly to the load, and after surveying it for a moment, jumped upon it, where, alter a short esaroh, aho ohoae aa inverts,! table and plaoed her charge in it. Itis, porhaps, unnecessary to add tbat she was not left at tho farm. This story has a double oiiarm for me. In ths first pla...

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Hanlan v. Boyd, Ross, and Trickett. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Hanlimi v. ISovd, Snss, mul (Irichett, ' Anqlo-Atjstii alias' ' writos in tho European \ Mail:—' ' There seorasjp be a good deal. of mys- i tew about the Trieketr-Hanlan match. On tho one hand,-jit ,is stated:that aYinatoli:, lias ;beon' mado for £200 over tho Thames, and on tho . ntliov Hin^ ;TTn.nlo7i,H:frifinr7R nrfl in Tin .f n ..'ratify tho ^contract.- 'notwithstanding it is raid £50 has : boon deposited on behalf of Trickott. Tt seems to bo thought-. that Hnnlan -won't row. : Trickott for loss than £f-00 a-sido,or if for £ 200, then only upon tlio understanding that lio is to ; xeceivfi 'the1-'5 steambbnt'r'prbfits,' which ^^.wlll .coirio to nbout tho simo thing. Strangely enough . there arqfthpsotwho cqntend. that lf-theso-cndi^. : ? -tionsaro insisted upon tlio professed anxiety of Trickctt's frionds to make the match will, dis appear. It seems that. Hanlanlias a match on with Ross as -well', as Boyd. Tand. thatibotli' those aro for tbo championship of the world. Thon, : ano...

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Household. HOW TO TRAIN A CHILD PHYSICALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

G HOW TO TRAIN A CHILD PHYSICALLY. By a Family Doctok. In ' Cassell's Magazine,' There i» no prottier sight, to our way of thinking, than that of threo or four roBy cUeeked children at work oh a hearty meal. Yep, I said ' work,' and I do not menu to correct myself, for if thoy bo at all healthy, and consequently not at all over-dainty, and if they havo had plenty, of previous exercise, and unstintod running (out of doors), it will bo no play, I assure you, but a downright labour of lovo. So I call it a pretty Bight, albeit there may bo a good deal of unsoiontifie fencing, unnecessary ' slopping and face-smudging. But how often, during a banquet liko thi-), do we not hear suoh. remarks as tho following from an alarmod governess! — 'Oh I Johnnie, tho other hand, please, tho other hand. How often, child, do I not tell you that you must learn to eat with your right handP' Poor Johnnie has not been very lsng ' on to'' spoon-drill, and has been digging mrnu iTidinnriminat.fita. nrn lio n ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. Australia and America. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

FilKMSH Australia niiil Amcrica. Mr. Rodorick '\V. Camoron, who represented tho Umted States and Canada, nt both tlio ???Sydney, nnd ..Melbourne.. exhibitions, has boon interviewed -by a reporter. on his-roturn to -Now, York. : Ho ha-J n^hesitatiouin'savinij tliat.tlio silo at Svdnoyivas thevGnosi; ono 'inYtho' world. * Both exhibitions wore Miccesiful in every way, ?. except financially, and tho colomos would pro bably profit by them. Ho had much to say about Queensland, which .he tliousht would 111 tune he the leading suenr-arowmg country m av ' the woiirlj- riTlio eretit difficulty was' the. .labour: question,' but lie had no doubt the work would ..; ????(:? : -finally.;bo done.byvlndian coolies: ? ' Tosnm it all 1111,' ho said, ' tho natural resourcos of the ^ Australian colonies are as great as any part of. tho earth, and the clnnato is as pleasant. It is - something to havo tho sun ishming..3(-5 days in tho year. Talk about, heat ! *1 never folt it , there anv more than I have...

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Science. A PHRENOLOGIST'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

[?] A PHRENOLOGIST'S SECRET. I The following is an ox^raot from a lottor published iu tho New York Sun a fow years ngo. It iB interesting becauso of its relation to a vory conspiououu event in Amorioan crimo, and also because it i' told by T)r. E. Newberry, who was a practical phrenologist forty years ago, and is to-day a strong advecate : ' In tho fall of 1813 I Had a phrenological office in tho granite building, Broadway, corner of ChamborB-dtreot. John C. Colt, tbo murderer of AdaniB, tbo printor, had an offico on tho floor below min.', whore bo taugl't uriibmotic nnd tho English lan guage to foreigners. Immediately adj ining his offico was Whoolor's Writing Academy, which was soparatod only by folding d-iore. ' Ono day whilo in my office, having just roturnod from a lecturing tour in Connecti cut, a stranger callod and asked mo to soil him ono of my packing cason that stood outside near tho door. Noticing a largo collection of skulls in my office, ho said he was not a believer i...

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A WINTER PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

A WINTER PARTING. He scarcely dared to touch or squeeze, Or draw his hand around her fiohu ; He feared lest he might cough or sneeze, Or she respond with A-tiBhu I , Thoy loved oaoh othor ; but each thought To outrage not rofined manners, And thus they lovod and longod and fought Witu pooket-naudorehiots tor banners I , But camo tho end at last to this, Ho oroaked, 'Goodbye, sweetheart, I wish you ; We'll try and have a parting kiss.' Two pont-up sounds broke forth A. | tiohu I ? ? — Fun, The Belgian Geographical Pbize for 1 885. — Tbe King of B^Utum has decreed a prize to bo offered In 18S5, for the best system of popularising tho ntudy of geography- The competition for the prizo is to bo interna tional. Competitors may send their works, either printed or In manuscript, and either In tho French, Flemish, English, Gorman, Italian, or Sppnloh language, io tha Minister of the . Interior, at Brussels, before 11th January, 1885. It is . ncceisary that tbe prize manuscript, shall be publ...

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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

South Const, himI Went Camden .Co- operative Coni|iu.iiy (IjimitMl)'.. Sydney Mahket Piiices.i , Bolowwo givo gonoral- quotations. ? £ s. (1. £ s-.- (1. Buttor, host, por lb . . 0 1 3 to 0 1 (i Ditto, seconds ditto . . 0 0 1) ,, 0 10 Baton, ditto ? ? . . .? 0 0 0 , , 0 0 8 Ditto lioavy and tough 0 0 3 : , ,, 0 0,4 ? Gliooso, ditto ? 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 Ditto'iml mid infoi'ior 0 0 3 ,, 0 0 'J Pigs, nlivo, por lb .. 0 II II „ 0 0 - -1A 'Calves, ditto ? 0 5 0 ,, 1 0 0 Hidos, each ? 0 10 0 „ 10 0 Calfskins, oacli ? 0 13,, 010 Tallow, pel' ton .... 22 0-0 20,0 0 ?Maize, -per bushel. . . . 0 -1 0 - O'-'-o.O Whoat, per bushel .. 0 . o 0 ' ' 0 0 0 Bnrloy, (Entflfeh) . . 0 4 i 0 '1 0 Ditto,. (Capo) ditto . . 0 4!! '0 4 9 Oats, ditto 0 y, 0 '1 0 Hay (oaten) por ton.'. ' -i 0 - .0 7 10 0 Ditto (lucerito) ditto. . 4 10 O ' ,-, -5 10 fl jPotatoos ditto ? 3 0 0 s'i o 0 0 iKowls, ]ioi' pail- .... 0 2 0 0 3 0 ? Ducjca, dittos'. . 0 3 0 y, fl 3 6 Gcoso, ditto ? ,... « ii 0 „ 0 7 0 'Turkeys, ditto ? 0 -5 0...

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Cable Intelligence. London, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Cable Intelligence. [From the Sydney J'upcrs.) London, April 14. I . ? Hor Majesty tho Queon, aftor a month's kfi? sojurn at Mentono. roturnod to Enghind tff-day, &?» ? and at qnco.proceedcd ro Windsor Castlo. Hor jfeif /Majesty is .loportod to havo greatly bonofitcd in il,; hoalth by her recent visit to the Cbntiriont. I{^ The coronation of tho Einporior Alexander' VK has been fixed to tako placo at, Moscow, in. MS' August next, hvery dignitary ot tlio empire' has boon ordfred to attend oil tho occasion. Tlio . ceremonial will bo one of mv.ch splendour, anil, 'great' preparations aro alroady being mado. Tlio-' festivities will extend over -a fortnight, and arc ?to cost 10,000,000 roubles. i - ' ' ' ' ' '? Eighteoii Nihilists havo osenped from imjiri sonniont in Siberia. London, April 15. Sir Hsmry Parkos is at present on a visit to1 Stonoleigh, in Warwickshire, his liativo place; and is the guest- of Lord Leigh. Sir Honry proceeds, to Birmingham next wool:, at tlio' invitat...

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The Late Dr. Barker. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

The Mr. Hinvttcr. . ' Breeciiloaiveti ' in tho Yus&'Ooimcr vmtoa: —By tho death of Dr. Barker, Anglican Metro politan of Australia, thoso colomos loso a good, lionost, Olivistimi worker — a man who through good nnd ovil l-eporfc zealously worked, not only for his own Church, hut for each and ovory ' object that loaded to promote Chanty and Righteousness in tho dealings of man with man and towards God. Tlio 0110 episcopal mistake of his life was not resigning prior to his dopartiu-o : 1 for Europe. X)h, tears beyond control of half a nation I 3 ?' 01i» powerful tmi3ic, vlmt hiive ye to say? Why tako mon up *0 deep a lamentation ? What prince or j?reat raim hath fallen to-day ? Only, i -brave old Bishop, tfrowjng- whiter . . V ' Year after year, his fitoturn proud and tall Palwed and bowed as by his houvy mitre— : - Only a bravo old Bj.'hop— that is all 1 No martyr he o'er five and sword victorious^ — . ; No wiint in Bilenti-npturo kneeling on^: r.: i No jfiiijhty. orator with...

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

tlllntami S. IV. Company. V aiul aPtci' Is/ /MAY, and until further- ] W V / notico, tho 'fjtojftnior leaving SllOAL- - M 1IAYEN on TtfESI/AYYat 3 p.m,., WlffiDE 1 DLSCONTINUttD,' i L S. 'If. Co.'s Ollico, I , Sydnoy, nth -April, 1S82. To C itjricrs. . . .. . % ?\Y7~ANTl3-D to . lie vM.wn, n't onco, from - W -YjirVanim'a/, ttpkHfrior, TWENTY 1 * TONS'of BARIC, ii/i.-t rfTGood road. Apply to i , 3SOBT.13; ' . r ; Yahval. . 1 * ? / X 4» T ICE k ; J/ J i rruffi 'quarterly licensing couiit - I JL- lev tlio District ut byoallitivcn will bo hold 1 at tlio Court House, N^Wst; on PR1DAY, 28TII' ?APRIL next, at liooj// /^~- By order of tlM Court, ? ? W. /.OVJOGltOVE, f 0. P. S. . : Nowra, 28 tli March, 18S 2. j To Our Creditors, * ?; rnilE Proprietor requests mi EARLY ' JL ADJUSTMENT of tho ACCOUNTS just j issued. Circumstances require him to press l'or ' un ? IMMEDIATE SETT 1. liME N'T of V thoso 4 Accounts which havo boon allowed to run ' Unpaid sinco tlio first papor was issued. i j ? ?? ...

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Original Correspondence. The Richmond River. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

Original Corrcspondeiice. The 3SieIiinond.lS.iver. . TO T11K I'.DlTOn OF TIIR Bl[OALllAVP.N' TRLKOIlA?l[. i Sin, — As sovoral of my friends havo asked me to write and toll thom what I think.: of tho ?Richmond Bivor : and its prospocts, I tako tho : liberty of asking you to permit mo to roplv to tliom through tho Slmulhaven Telei/rapli, as, 'if I : writo to thorn individually I might omit somo-; thing, and; tlio infomation I am able to giyo, may . interest many othor of -your readers. I arrived .bore with . somo ?? good' inta-oduotions; through which I- was onablod to soouro a fair scopo of land, 'and I don't think I enn give any greater proof of . mv faith in tho district than by stating that I selcctod as much as tho law allowed, viz.. 6-10 - acros.- Of course, it is baolc land, ; as nono of tho frontago farms aro to be had . now. oxcopt on loaso, and thoro are some valuablo properties to bo had at low rentals. ?The climate is not mnoh hotter than it is in Ulawarra. Tlio land is of...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 20 April 1882

IMSTTfiSECT ATJG WS. I fFROM A COItKIiSrONDENT.1 Itrouglitoii Creek. It is not ofton that a concert is hold for a moro; laudable purpose than that for which one took -place . at Broughton Creole on Fiidaj- ovening. last. ' ' - , About twolvo months sinco a Mr. Peato ar rived in the colony from England, with tlib viow of improving in health. Having followod tho .occupation of teacher, ho mado application for appointment undor tho Government, and was offored a school, which, howovor, ho had to refuse through ill-health. Ho gradually bo- j caino worso, and wont at last to tho Sydney Infirinory. When Mr. Brown, late catechist hore, hoard of his wheronhouts, ho vory .kindly had him removed to his (Mr. Brown's) lather's ?residence, where ho is at present. That gontln man communicated with several residents hero, requesting assistance for Sir. Peato (of. whoso recovery thoro is no hopo), to onablo him' '(to tako passage for England to sco his patents once moro. So warmly was tho matter tnk...

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