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The Voyage of the Challenger. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

®5ie Voyage of Hie Challenger. The subject of Professor Sir C. Wyville Thompson's address us President of : tho Geographical Section of the British Associa tion at its late meeting in Dublin, was tlio advances which' havo been made of ..lato yoars in certain directions iu tho application of the physical and natural sciences?to the illustration of the general condition of the earth. It is one'that the author h&a made a special study, and to which he has lurgely contributed, most particularly in his^ ^capacity ? of' director of the civilian, ? scientific .staff 011 board-H.M.S. Challenger. The chief tqpic.R Tleali'wltli hT6'tho.gonoral.,dcean^rcul(ition,- : depth of tho sea; nature of modora deposits, the life of the doop serf, and tho arctic and antartic regions. The leading facts embraced undor.tho majority of the foregoing heads' are i-treated fully in tlio 'Voyage of-vthe-' ' Challenger,'' and liavo already: i'auud tlVeir way into our bestimanuals ; but as our book knowled...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Highland Dinner at Sir Walter Scott's. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

. '^ liighbind Sinner at Si; Waftcs- ' ^ . : Scott's. -lK-1822-Lord Teignmoutli visited Scotland, , -? 'Bind: records in his diary that ho dined with fjSir' 'Walter S.cott and a party consisting ''phiefly of Highland gentlemen. Scott woro ?j the. Highland dress 011 tho occasion, ond was - ,full of the preparations for tho forthcoming .Visit of George IV. to Edinburgh. Tho j dinner was a novelty to 1110 young Jimgiisli Einan, but he wroto at the thno that it was : ^tKoJmdst -interestiiig he had ever been present - atr ?' It afforded ft moro complete oxhibition pf Highland spirit and feelings than a tour . pf the country might have presented.' The ? following1 is extracted from his diary : — '' ' '?'?''?August -7 (1822); — Biitod with Sir; 'Walter Scott. Ite wore a Hi glilaud-. dress,: |n compliiMnt to a party 'of distmgushod iairds -who ained with him ; ono of these' was .Colojiel ? Macdonnell of Glengarry.! ta^^fcrQ.woro.six .othGrs in tho Hi$]i)(uid dregs.'* Lady Scott, Miss Scott,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Jews in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

[?] - ' Jews til China, ' ? a j f' A'«-KREepojn)E.vT of the ' Jewish Chronicle' /?^??r03 B will bo remembered that tho . '.'-0'Seso lttat- January .captured the town of jKasligaf. Intelligence from Tabriz now £t-af es that many J ewisli families are leaving - $he Miaifates of Control Asia mid tho Russian I V- -possessions in tliat neighbourhood, and Sraiieferiug tlioir domiciles to Knshiraiv - -Syhere J owe hitherto ]i;ive not bceivalJowed ?? '£q - bttvy. Tho Chinese show themselves £?treniely hospitable toward the new-comers, And with gj'eat' readiness allow them to fettle among thefii. It. is a remarkable fact £liat in China proper, large as tho empire is, there are, if the. towns on tho ooast bo excepted (-where at present somo English and ' .American Jows reside), scarcely a dozen ? Hebrew families. The few to bo found live L ;?n tho town of Kai-fung-foo, and aro in the .-.-jnost distressed circumstances. Thus in y^.Oiiija tho Jews are hardly known, and only -j £he learned in th...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

'|)ltOAl ISS01? Y NOTIO BOOKS for Sale at I tho ollicu ot this paper. TQKOGJUMM \i OF ' 'JYI-ISSONS, ' prcei--olyj X similar to Couneil's: specimen;,. foinn, ; on . fine wluto croatu laid paper, ' can biMibUiiusd ht... tho olllco ofjhiij pujie/:' . s ' ? * t IrtOLTN D, near ACi.'Afoss' a-TUHSU, contain nig a tonal! sum 'of- nione}'-.? .Tho^. ownoi'j rmiiy have -^it- by - applying -to 'SUPiGHANT GU'lJiVJi^aiid p, lying expon-.es. ? ''11 'm'W osir 5iiiHihCi'il»i*rs. t, , ? CJUBSOBlBEJiS to. this- journal . not' rocoiying 0 = thoir/ pnjior -.rogiilarly will oblige -by jiron'iptly '.coinmujjicatiijg tlio. fact to tho pror: ])riotol', 'at,. tho otlico of this paper. ?; -?:?/ .- IX O T I t H3 . ^ TBULE u»dorsignodKavii\4an AUCTIONEER'S X GENEllAfj LlOEartE, bo is piopiuod to iindertiiko SAIjES in uJlni^W-s ot tho ilistriet. JOHN BTENYAR'l!, Geioral Auctioneer, : , ?? o ? liroughtoii. Creek. ? : — ? ? ? J. MiskUhIi, Sc'MltiwIt, ami AuN-ruliiUt 4iliiU'4erc)l IBitJik. A' 'BRANCH of this tl)/...

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A Growl from an Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

'.l CSrovii from ani Etlitor. ^ THgreditor's: ' chair is , probably' 'the most .? aufeasy seatjthat was over manufactured for .'. the usd of mortal pian. But, of all the trials . '?with which he is afflicted, perhaps tho grcat - jest is ; that,-' whilst he -.is .himself inclined^ naturally by his education and instincts ;(!?) : 'to'tread an. elevated' plane of conduct and strives -to preserve a clear judgment as to what is right, true, and noble in the world, he is brought into contact with' more of its , shams than' ony other man. To hiih oonio, day after day, all the weaknesses of the world, all the vanities that want to get i pulfed,' all tho revenges that want to be c freaked, all the mistakes that ; want to '?bo '.corrected, all the 'dull, speakers who want to be thought eloquent, all tho brokers who ? buy for their customers at the ^highest .price ?pf the day and sellr-at the lowest, ' and yet want to be written of as honest men; all 'the adulterators of food, who yet talk to ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Popping the Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

Popping the -&tnes.£i»ii. (Our lady readers will be shocked to learn phat thoro lives a man -with a sold so dead, '? fis to glory in having extracted from a hun — flied-'ajid forty-three engaged lovers how i~: -^heir'. sweethearts Tbeliaved when put to the .r jnomentous question. A hundred and forty - ''stoutly maintained that the hundred and iorty single ladies involved had not said a /jingle word, each and all significantly 'remarking, 'Actions speak louder than words.,' Two of the remaining gentlemen Asseverated that when they proposed, the bewitching maidens respectively murmured, ''Oh, John! you don't mean it ! Tlusistoo inuch happiness ! too much! I never thought r.you loved mo ! It's yes, yes; I've loved you, .oh,' so' long, and now to be so happy, so Meat!' Those young men both confessed they would rather the young ladies had not been so talkative about the matter just at r. that time. The last of the hundred and - forty-three happy lovers said lio had not ' gone*. t...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

^ Crickcf Jfffalcli. ^^^DltOUGIITOX CREEK V. TERRARA. at cricket, between the clubs df ^^^^^^Crcek and Terrara, was }-laycd :iii ^^^^^^^^^niddock, Terrara, - on tiitturday ^^^^^^^H|^h|^ntcrcst was evinced in the n*) , H. VW of ^between ic 17 . . . 1 .... ... ? ? , . i-:T ^^^^^^^^Hl/^-vpgrovo ? ^^^^^^^^^FHV'Jjlbvogrove Lovegrovo Thurgato; -'..5. . b Tlnirgate . . % 1 3 -- b Thurgate , iT Lo~s ^^^^Hot'out- ? and ? ^^^^^^^HSocond Innings. , b O'Neil ^^^^^Ki'O'NoU ? 0 Noil . . and b P. ltyan ? ? 0 . b b ltyan James Graliam b II. Lovegrovo . . .28 b II. Lovegrovo. r:;.- 0 V out and wides: ? .,;-.S-. i- - ^^^Ktal , Pioneer Company. ^^^Bstand that M'Arthur and.Co.'s bhttdrj' ^^^Hrushing for the Pioncor Company, Milid ^^^Hgli a tnal crusliing of 108 tons ol'^ono ^^^R fi'om tho surface, the proceeds 'o'f.;\diich ?Tji'iwk were brought down.on Sattiiday ^^K'wd.?16oked up by tho E. S. and A), 0. yicl;l is'co,av:dci,0!l- verj'^g^od^osr as- it X\m ? Miovcllod up from the' sur tlio. | .claim, and ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. KIAMA. Wednesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

Tclog-rapliic Intelligence.. fFrorn Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J KIAMA. ' ?. Wednesday, 7 p.m. ? In tlio contost bctwoon Elliott's Starlights and Couch's Filly, whioh took placo. this ? aftornooa at tlio Euroka Courso, Starlight: was boaton easily. Tho raco. was for .£50 a-sido, and created groat interoat hove. -?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

An Abstainer's Peat,—1 Tho -only tourifd who has ascended Mouul Bhiuc without 51 guide is a total abstainor, the lfosr. Mr. Mather, United Prosbytosian Minister of Langhank. . lie .was so solemnly warned of tho uocessity for spirits that ? ho took a Husk with him, but camo back with out lyor haying takon out tho cork — not only safe and well, but fresher than is usual with thoso who luko^tunulaiits. ? A universal panacea is almost suvo* to l;e a universal imposition, that charlatanism, .blatant as is its trumpot,' cannot blow into acceptability, or-rojiuto;: Thoso specifics that nssumo : to cure ? ovoiything euro nothing, and houco it is that Udolpho Wolfo's Scliiodaift Aromatic Sclmapps . iffonly a peworful sot' oguaril ngainst gout, gravol r (lutulojicv, dvspopsia, whether, cluonic or acute, nervous flobility,, wiuary oi- ronal obstnietions, torpid livor, sfagnimli condition of: the : blood, mal-assiihilation of food,, vital exhaustion, and similar affections. — A11V. . Dew.oi' 'j...

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Municipal Free Library. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

?'? mii!ilvl|uil Free Hiibjrai'y. ? I Wr aro glad to lourn tli#t the Nrowra Conned have liutiatetl a moyevjoiit \yliich w,e trust will lead to.gopd roijiilts. Tlio tollowing circular covormg a petition, in )ii courso ol being torwardod to tho seyoial niuuicipalitio3 in tlio colony :-r: .; ?;.. :. r . ? . ' . Council ChiiinberSjlTowi a; ? - i.i'J: . - .. . - .- ?; .. ' Mth Pelirunrv, 1879. , v '?! Siiv-r-I havo. booij: requested by, tliis'CounciL to dosiVe you to ion- 111 lneiuorinhsnig the Government . to supplemout tho hid to tho Pico Municipal Libraries. : - . t i-r-'Mf ugrceablo to-your Gouiicilj Witt voiv kindly sign tho potitiori'seiifc lierewith, and forward, as 130011 as. convoniont, to tho .'Honorable tho. CoIom. lii^l ^ocrotavv 111 tho usual wiiv. -i-- .. '.I liavo tho honor to bo, Sir, ' ' Voilrs laithfullyr „ , ' J. Gltl-u X, f . 'I ' t . ''Jfhvor.' 'TO THE IIOJfORAIILE THE COI.OXI U. Rl CltE j TARY. . :. ' Tho Petition of tlio Undersigned,! 'I£vsfiij,y Siiuma,— 1 .(thftt...

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POETRY. 'Tis Hard to Choose. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

p © as T'K V. 'T5» Blarrt t« ? ,.-?-« ,;| ??I've boon thinking— l.!y« been tliinking . - Of my Dora's gentle iiu.'o,_ - . 1 ,'? ? , Of lier tender words and !o\ ing, , . A- ' ? . ^ Hur inlimcy of grace ! . ?; ,.??? _ ' I've been thinkinif -j-l'ye been thinUijg^liii.(, 'Ortlitn0\lirg'\'-)nlb hlie said — ?-v-- ? 1 Ah pioMiiutj^to '^popping' j, ' Wlion by tender passion led. ? :?'' ? ?.'? i ' J I've been tliiuking:- -rvo been thinking .... - ? Ot her darling sf-stcr'May ! . -?? . ? ?. Who with eyes. of bhui cerulean, 3 . All but stolo'iny huart invay. ? « ? .v : ? 1 I've been thinking^- I'vu been thmking' What is loft for 1110 to do, 1 Sime I .un so fur-entangli d * ^ 'Twixt the fair distracting, two.; I've been tbiiiking~l!vobee.n thinking - . That both , faces looking down ' ; j ? . jl?rom tho torraco-wall upon:mo, ; -v.Bid mo claim lore's tondor crown ; r But I am tliinking--sadly thinking ;? 1 j'lf tho.crown from one I crave, . ? ; ?I shalLhasten Atay or Dora ? ? - - - To a sadly e...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

AViriM witnessing a game of crickot, a spaiv tator was struck 011 tho back of his hoad. Tho bawl camo out of his mouth. A Poi'ULAU doctor in' Oswoga gtivo proscrip tion with diioctions'lo tako a toa-spoon lul ovevy tliroo years. Tho pationt rocovored, . '.You want a flogging^-that's! what yon want,' stid a parent to an um uly son. 'I know it, dad ; but I'll try to get along without it,' replied indopondont hopeful. ' . ? A Monoo ?Indian - who had taken to farm-. ingc and .raised - a = prett)'l-rgood— crop -ot' earn; - asked a whiter neighbour,','' how do white man cook coin so hb ;di'inlt hini out 'of .'a b'ottlo ': ; . TiiBU-ri.AK'rixa in Loudon in bcringprococdotl with. ? A contraethus been recently enteral into by the local authorities with a firm 'of nursory-, 111011 to plant St. Georges road, Southwark, with' plane trees from 'the Elephant nnd Oasile .to tlie Wostminster Bridgo road.; also to complete tho plauting of tlio Jilackfi-iars lvad, ,up to tho' ajiproach to lilackf lia...

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Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

yfclMsaHIirt ven: Bfces'atiii dSuSC. ' ON,fche day 1 bi tho last voiy succbsiiful tiiniual.' rogattii,, hold in eoiiiioctioirwith the 8hoalha\:0||.-l Eugat-tu Glub at iSaunba. ono of . .tlirw; — * races nythqvmg boon si-ut- p ' ' . OLi'lJinre ;bniiia^j»o:-M-/ - mined- to held- an iiu.\ihai v regatta' orrh.iim-l .day afternoon,, loth instant; aiid'in Oi'lle'r to. Tfiiikp tip tiii aftpi'iipon s sport, ^ Ptrcrcu. small prizes' for several 1 other, races, viz.,, single anil double scAill;'and pair-oarcd niees, and also one for'dioayy- fpiu;,-'oa.red»boats, excluding tho ,jnn-, ;-nbis bf thp 26ih January fi'piii all the pontosts except the hist. Uiifortiuiatoly; the afternobij turned out very -.wot indeed, limiting thp. attond fa'neo to sbniotliing'liko'.laO 'or 200 persons, and considprabl)S4ritcrferiug -vrith tho interest which .spiiio' df . thbl'vory closb' cpntests' bxcitod.: ? To 'wai'ds.six' o'clock' tlid rain came down in toMpnts, idiinngjwhich tho 'sailing i'iico anil doulilo- ^c...

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Sydney Amateur Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

Syrtwey Amateur Turf Wut» KaecS. j I'liViNa Handicap. — Kuight-IOri'iint,, 1 Haiouot, 2 ; l-i aid wood, a. ' ... ,. irujuiu; Kvon— Glpucairii, 1 j Jupiter,, . 2, v, Kin« libber, !}. ?, Wui/rjjit Gup,— Xewburn, - 1 ?; ... i'veolanoo, 2 ; Welcome, Suu.LV'i iS'JM icks.— IJucttB,. 1- ; .. ,AV elcomo, 2 ; Mavis, ;i! ? Tuiip Omiu Handicap. — 'J.'rump, 1 ; . Cru. sndor, 2. ' 1 \ ? ..J London, February 21. : .The'Q,ue.eii. has . went 0. message, of. con.doj,-., once to Iho, Cape, oppressing deep sympathy with ..itho - Bi-itisli , I'oices, .unil, announcing lior fullest conliilonco in ,llie.: viilowr and devotion of the troops. ,,, - Shoro JiJi is reported dying from gangront: in old wounds. Tho Duke' if Newcastle is doad, aged /IS. 1

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The Holloway Sanatorium. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

TBae EBoSaU»w»ay-;8»i#utori«iin. . 1 f I'from -(he Loitdon Journal, NoscmVcr'i'&.J Axroxa tho most pressing of oitr sociai.iiseds, and- oiio. whicli is boiiig. constantly put boforo tho public by somo of our more adyancod roformers, is the supply of hospitals for tlio middle classes. Thanks to the -prevnlonco of ( siflitwy charity ' . amongst us, tlio pooj' aro oxcoodingly woll pro vided l'or in .this rosp.Qct, « , 'J'lroro is nb'couhtiy.r.in , the. world which can boast so many and s^di -officiont institutions for tho euro of tlio ills that flush is heir to as Eng land,, and certainly tlievu is 110 city -which can compare with Ijondoiijv. especially . since tho adniirahlb cxampfe sofcin tho pfoviiioos of devot ing the offerings of at least ono Sunday in tho yo'ivl- to tho l'P.quirojuonls of those' valuable hut mfiiggling- charifftblo ? institijtiOhs -.wli0so tiinds' are hot in' the* inost flom-ishiyg condition, has boon followod and dovelojicd -in the nnctropolis by tho est...

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Shoalhaven District Court. (Before his Honor, Judge M'Farland.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

?' - - . .. ... ..... . ' ' ' - -*/ MisirScS Court. ? — (Before lus Htrtor^ Jullgrt M'Parhuid.)' ?.1 |iil. .lsual quartorlv .siftmgs of the abovenamcd .(four.t took;- place ? ntf-:No-vra;.-6n' Tuosday',' . tho, ISth.instiint. . ;His { Honor took . liis;-§&it.;tf'#}tlio Jjuncli at 10 a.m. , _ - '? ? 'F~ - ?; \ t -The legal ? profession ; was represented bv Mr. rl. M. Eichiuds, of Nowra, Shoalhavon, and Mr. \)r . G. Ivin-r,'nfKinina;'t'-;-...:- i:|Ton cases were .SitciX'dKfdr-hcai'iug; tho first .- being ' /?' ' ' i] Jfn/^aioi Jauo Ai'ilku \ Eobctt and Catherine. - ,- Clark. ' .. ? h ^?Siifiider'. Diiiiirtgo?,' £200. ? ,t ? ' - ? .. y.. C..,iuiig appeanid .fipv tbo phdntitf, .indoi'iMSiitidn.ed.gontlfti'iien wei'O sworn as jurvT Pruucis Alotandor,' Saiiluel 'Anderson, Jirunis Armstrong, anil Thomas Allen. ' ! : yilr. - King, iu, .opening the case, related the . Jirounistancos:undbr^vhich thb slandor had been ? uttered. It appeared that'the parties to tlio. case ^ Mside'd at Bi...

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SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

SYDNEY.' ~ - ~ ''Wednesday^ 7 r.ji. The English cricketers have suffered another defeat from the Yiotoruin Elovon. Lord' Harris' Team, first innings, 325 ; MolbouWo, first innings, 262 ; Englisbgmcu, second innings, 171; tho-Yictorians had 23G to got to win, which they: accomplished* with 2 wielcota to spare. ? ? -v Tho unveiling of tho Captain Cook Statue: was attended with great pomp and enthusi asm in tho presonco of 60,000 porsons.' Previous to oommenoixjff tho proeeedings', Caj)tain Watson, the originator of tlio idea of a statue of Captain Cook, was iutroducedi to tho Governor. Sir Hercules Eobinson delivered an excellent address, giving a sketch of tho life of Captain Cook, and paid: a warm tribute to his cliaraetoi' ; after which ihe statuo was unveiled by six soamen. tho marines presenting amis, and spectators: cheering vigorously. Tho ceremony closed, with three cheers to tho' Quoon,*and' by singing tho National Anfiieiu. a The Corporation beiag unablo to paj' labourors, 2...

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Suffering and Patience. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

Suffering and Putiencc, The London Daily Telegraph relays that wliat is', truly callcd a distressing storj- ' was lately unfolded in most painful dotailbof ore a coroner's jury at 'Wostminster Session House; -It: con cerned tho death of a child just two months old, J ames Matthews by name, whoso father, an artisan out of work, had parted with ono little chattel and fragment of property aftor another rathor than go to the workhouse, hut, although sober and steady, had boon unablo to got employ ment. His wifo and- ho, with an indopondenco of spirit which all. must respoot, would not ' como on tlio parish, ' but proferrod ' to fight on as host thoy could in tho hopo of something; turning up.' Wo know how this generally onds ttt a time of dull trade and enforced idleness. Mr. Mjcawber.s good fortuno turnod up in Aus tralia, but tho English working-man's future if he ho unfriended, burdened, and out of employ ment, is destitution and semi-starvation, deepen ing gradually in suffering unt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

Tho Court was crowded during tlio hearing of thin ease; and a considomblo intorostappoaral to bo tiikun in tho proceedings. by 11.' number of1 visitors who hatted from Broghnr's Crook.' ' ? - ' : Thomas Stroot-v. Gv. IT. Allov. ? : 'LYospitss.of crcttlo— damugO'£?0. i. . ? ? ' | . When this case wis called UiH Honor, suggos- I toil that tlio parties uottlo tlio cases [is ho under- i ? stood. that a vordiet for. a similar : sum ' had. boon j ? ? obtained- by Alley against Stroot :»t Urn lnut sit- I lingo of . 'tho ? Court, biit . thiit '. iti lmtl .Ijhou' impounded ponding; tlio-hoaring of tho presont I laiso... :Ho:8iig^oatod-!fliali.-thoy'.'.iV'turiPviKiok to back and sottlo tlio difference. . Mv. King, who was rolaiiuid ? by plaintiff agrood to sottlo tlid caso,- but defendant through Air. Richards i'ofusod to ngioo to sotllemunt amicus Jioivworo allowed half the coats of tho pro ? vious catio and hiilf- tho amount «ut down in tho vordict ho had obtained. - ? ? ? His Jlonoi'-thon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 February 1879

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