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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
' Tns Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, 'an imitation or countorfoit of a popular modioinal cordial drunk by thousands; knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pernicious article, doserves summary punishment. Beware of so-called tonics and diuretics rocommondod as bottor than or tho samo as Udolplio Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, and purchase 110110 but tho gonuino preparation. — Anv. IIolloway's Ointment and Pills. — Tho finest remedies in tho world for bad logs, old wounds, sores, and ulcers. If usucl according to dirootions givon with tliom, thero is no wound, bad log or uicorous soro, howovor obstinato or long standing, but will yield to thoir healing and curativo properties. Numhors of porsons who havo boon pationts in sovoral of tlio largo hospitals . under tho earo of eminent surgeons, without deriving tho slightest bonofit, havo boon thoroughly cured by Ilolloway's Ointinont and Pills. Por glandular swolling, tumours, sourvoy, and disoasos of tho skin, thoro is 1...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
S^OCAIj S^TEB^ICVBiJiSrCi.K. I Auction Sale, — Wo havo to request tho attention of our readers to Mr. B. Brown's salo of freehold property, as advertised, to tako placo at Nowra on Saturday noxt, at 3 p.m. Wo would also direct attontion to tho sales adver tised by Mr. Stowart in tho pvosent issuo. . . I WjViiden's Bailief. — Mr. 0.\ Murray, of Numba, District Bailiff, lias boon . appointed Wardon's Bailiff for tho Slioalhavon portion of tho . Southern Gold-fields district, to tako offoet from the 1st ultimo; Vital Statistics.— Tho birth roturns of Slioalhavon, for tho quartor amounted to 69, tho marriages^ to 17, and tlio deaths to 1-1; tlio total of births ih tho district sinco tho passing of tho Registration Act; being 4250. Eclipse CpMrANY, Yalwal.— On Saturday, last, Mr. Jury, tho manager of tlio Eclipso Claim, Ya,lwal, dopositod in tho E; S. -£ A. 0.. Bank, at Nowra, a 31 oz. cako of gold, boing tho result of a crushing pf , about ono hundred tons of stono. , .. , . ,-. Tins Pr...
Cable Intelligence. London, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
CaMd! EaHfl'eSSss'eMeti.^ [?] London. October 10. Tlio -agitation among tlio tenant farmers and Othors in-lrolaiul is S])roading to a serious oxtont,' and it' is now a])prohdndod that broaches of. tho . peace will; tako placo boforo long. Tho Govorn xnflnt have thought tho oinorgoney so critical that a regiment of cavalry and two battalions of iniantry havo boon ; ordored-to-'fointorco- tho districts most disturbed'. , ; - ; - Jjondon, Uctoborll. . Extremo surpnso is oxprossod ; hovo at . tho rdceipt of a ,tole«ram from. Sydney, announeing tho rocall of Mr. AV. irorst'oi^fAgont-Gonoriil for Now . South . t.AValos, no reasons ha'ving. bdon ussignod for such'a coursO. ; . ' . i - - ? ;. Bospatchos havo . bcoir received ;; from' Sir: G arnot ;.Wol8oloy,' in South' Africa; iffi which 'he - formally : announces tho tormination of tho Zulu wnr. , . TologTftphie advices from Amorica vannouncos. that a- disastrous railway collision has occUrred at M-idhigan; Twenty- livo . porsons: wororlci...
Such is Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
Slid! is life. Within a doll -, Where. cowslips dwell ':»? -\ ' . A lovelorn frog » . -I /' Sat on a log. -????'? / ' .- . .. ... ..... ,, 'With sighing croak- « i . His love h'o'spoko W ? . ^f0,1' ?olJy Woee. -r ' J,* A lady fiog. , / ..':// .'? ' Slio sworo that slio ' Would faithful bo — + ; And novor wed /. ? ': .? ??'?(????/ Aught ols'o, slio said. / '/?'? And as, she spoke : . - . ? .'? A fatal strolco ' \ ? ? ? Korfloppod her frog' :i Proin oif his log ! ' ' With piorcing shriek 'i ' - ' i. ? The maiden mcok »? ? / '/s^. Leaped from hor log. Into tho bog. . .?/./'? .? - ./?.'. ? His murd'ror boro '? . ? A-: To distant shore ' lior lovor dead With rivon head. , . . -' And skinning him, * v Ho servod eaoli limb . All broilod on toast To hungry host. . - But in that bog ' /, ? ? / Upon a log . .. ./ / . Another frog Loved Polly Wogg. , And suoh is life Come death, como strife, - Our Polly Wbgg ? '.'??? Lovos t' othor frog.
DISTRICT NEWS. Tomerong FLOWER OF THE FOREST LODGE, NO. 103, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
, ....lHSTllICiT SEWS. j , X'wriicroitK' i ' ? 'ito.u a oonnrsroNtfEXT.] tloweh or 'liiB roiirsr lodge, so.1', 103, I.O.G.T. The moniboits of this ^Lodgo colobraiod ita first ,i ftnnivorsary; on Tuosday, : tho UOtlv -SaptoinlioiV 1 by a sooiaPmooting of tho mombor's: aiul a .fow.;| frionds/in :Mr. ?Alox. .Muttliio's now .houso/.at' i half-past 3, ancl-jbyi a public- mcotingvin:.', thb; Ohurcli at 7 o'clock. , , , After: tho 'good things' had . boon; discusscd,. humorous addrossos woro. givon by thoiRov. J . I AV~; 'Mooro/atml ; J. iM'Arthur, . Esq.\,;,Tho hllor gontlomiui movbil a volo of lhankfS lo Mrs. Alox. liryco wli6 lind so plonletmaly provided tlio Rood things, which was responded to on liohnlf of Mrs. Bryco Ivy All'. AVillinm Simmons. Tlio Row J. AV.Mooio( District Doputy), -dieted in his rogalia, ]-iosided at tho public mooting. ?????Clio UlHoors, also : in impropriate rogftlin, .octai^i picd'i tlio platform. Tlio. mooting was; opened, by singing. ; tho :woll-known hymn, ...
The Great Wall of China. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
'. .The Crreat Wall of China. An Amorican ongmoer, who, being engaged iu tho construction of a railway in China, has had unusually favourablo opportunities of examining the famous ' Great Wall ' built to obstruct tho incursions of tlio Tartars, gives tho following account of this'wondor ful work Tho wall is 1728 miles long;, 18 feet wide, aud 15 feet thick atthe top. Tlio foundation throughout is of solid granite, the remainder of compact masonry. At intervals of between 200 and 300 yards towers rise up, 25 to 30 feet high and 24 feet in diameter. On the top of the walls and on both sides of it are masonry parapots to onablo the defenders to pass unseen from ono towor to another. .-The wall itself is carried from point to point in a perfectly straight lino, across ! valleys and plains and over hills, without' the slightest regard to the configuration of .the ground, sometimes plungiug down into abysses a thousand feet deep. Brooks arid smaller rivers are bridged over by tlio wall, w...
Shoalhaven Court of Requests. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. (BEFORE their Worships B. Brown, John Monaghan, and H. G. Morton, Esqs.) CASEY V. NOBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
Slioalluiveii Court of ItequeHts. Tuesday, October 7. (Befoiie thoir Worships B. Brown, John Mona ? ghan, and II. G. Moi ton, Esqs.) : ; 1 In this caso plaintiff, ,P. Casey, suod to recover £l 16's. stoppod by .defendant out of wages duo to plaintiff. - - , From tho ovidonco. it appeared- that Noblo, as Casey's omployor,: told him to shoot parrots that woro in a-maizo iiold in which both mon woro at work. Casey ,J comphang with tho ordor, loadod ?ono of two guns that, woro convenient to hiin, and as ho was. hurrying , to shoot ilio parrots (lofondnnt told liim to jnit back that gun, as it ?was tho wrong ono, but boforo plaintiff could do ? soi dofondant said; ' flro, ' firo,' as tlio parrots woro dovouringhismnizo ; plaintiff ' fired,!' and -.thereupon- tho gun burst, and- defendant had stoppod tho abovo-uiontioned sum from plain-, : tiffin wages as tho valuo of it. ? .; . Tho dofenco was that plaintiff, had' not com plied with tho- ordor to put tlio gun away and uso tho othor ono ;...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
Shoullinven Slilnpin;; Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. October 8. — Hunter (s.), from Sydnoy. ,, 11. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. - October 0. — Hunter! (s.), for Sydnoy.' 11. — Promiso (kotch), for Sydnoy ; Mocoyan (scliooiior)i for Sydney; . ???'.??? . 13.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. ? i EXPORTS., Per Huntor (s.),; Captain G. Walkor, on tho Oth-Octobor, ? 1870; To Sydnoy : 250 kogs.but . tor, GS clioosos, 12 pigs, 35 cases oggs, 05 liidos, 2 calves, 14 coops poultry, 13 bagsmaizo, 8 bags oysters, 2 bags bacon, 'and sundries. To Kiama : 3*8 pigs, 12 bags maizo, 6 casks bottles.. To Wollongong : 62 picccs ccdar, 20 bags maize; 10 choesos, 2 trunks, 1 bag hides. :Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 13th October, 1879. To Sydnoy: 160 ' bags maize, 30 kogs buttor, 16 cases oggs, 1 jar biittor, 3 cases bacon, 6 packagos, 2 bags bacon, 13 1 chooses, 1 coop and 1 box poultry, 2 calvos, and sundries. To Kiama: 1 bag maizo, 1 cask bottlos. ? ' . . ; ^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
lllawni'i'a Steam JCavigatioii Company. RTEAMMB TIME TABUS. , . Jj) ROM. S H O A L H. A T.E N, Holiday, « a.111. 'riiursjlayi S a.m. FROM SYDNEY, ' Tucsrtay him! Friday, ait 1.1. p.m. .,«? All niculs supplied (luring tlio passagos of tlio steamers freo of churgo. ? ? Tho Steam Droghers, undor eliargo of Captnin Buchanan, nvo always plying on the Slioalhavon River in connection with tlio Sydney steamers. e. manning. KiirHhJi, Scottisli, tuirt AuatvaHttii j^, Chartered USaiilf. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN nt 1 JL NOWRA, Slioalhavon, in , temporary promises, for tlio transaction of nil usunl bank ing business. ... . o JOHN BOWLING, Manager. Sydnoy, 3th Juno, 1S78. Wanted (-» !-e Mnown. W JONES, Collins-stroot, Kiama, lias Horses and Yohieles FOR 'HIRE.' : Ho is prepared to run between Wollongong . and Ullndulla. Also, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. 1 Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, & c . , KIAMA. B. 1MBSAY ;BYM GCK, ? Auctioneer and Commission ...
Calendar for October. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
Calendar S'oV Oetobciv - . , Moon's Age. ... - Last quarter ? 8th, at 11 ,49 p.m. v -Now, Moon ....... ;:. :16tli j at 1.1-1 a.m. ... .-First quarter . . . ... , 22nd, at4.23 p.m. ,, Full Moon ? 30th, at 12.1-1 p.m. , — -Su.Y-^— i High water atShoal ?; :0: Rises. ? Sots. haven Heads. ; ' ?: . JiJ-it:.- it. -i. A. ji. ..v. sr. 16 5 20 6 12 ! S 23 S -12 17 5 10 6 13 | 9 0 9 19 18 5 17 6 1-1 i 9 39 10 0 19 .) 16 6 15 I 10 22 10 -15 20 515 6-15 I 11 10 1137 21 5 H -i 16 j ? 12 5.J . 22 5 13 6 17 I 12 35 1 9 1 0^-: -Meeting' -« i»e EBeld; i No. 70. L.O.L., Torrara, moots on Friday, October 21, at 7.30 p.m. AND SIIOALUAYJCN ADVKHTlSliR. ? Piiblislicil every Vhursdiij Jluniiiij;. THURSDAY. OCTOBER. 10, 1879.:
Gardeners' Calendar. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
Gritvdenei's' Calendar. , OCTOBER. . ?' ' I Kitchen Gauden.— A full crop of beans may be'sown iu a warmbordor of light rich, earth ; draw tlio drills an inch deop and two foot asunder, and allow two inclios distance in tho rows. Con tiimo sowing rod itnd white solid colory in light earth, and earth up that alroady. in the ground. ' Sow turnins for a full suuunor crop ; :.lioo and thin out tho former crops to eight inches dis tance. Sow a bod of -lottuco seed. Examine nowly - grafted treos, ; and whoro tho day. ;is craclcod, or. lias dropped off,, put fresh, in its placo. Keep tho stiuwborry bed cloan from runners and weeds ; this also applies to tho rost of'tho ground. Cauliflowers and cabbages may bo planted out ; if wator is not available chooso a cloudy day, when rain is oxpoctcd. ? Continue earthing up and hoeing potatoos. _ :. Floweh GAiiDEN.— Finish sowing all kinds of flower seeds. . : protect- tondor plants from tho sun, and also from, the cold winds. Support weak plants; , ...
Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 16 October 1879
RTotvra 33ijj»sca«nJ Cosiaieii. : Tuesday. Octobuii. 1-1. The Council mot at 7;30 p.m. Presont— tho Mavor, and Aldormon Monaglmn and Gray. ' 'i'hb, niinutes,'. of previous mooting; woro read and confirmed. , ' ' . In Coiumitteo of Finance, tho payment of tlio following items was agreed to: Government Printor, 14s; T. Duff, wages, £3; F. Sidnoy, ditto, £4' 4s ; iron safo, £12 10s; Total, £19. A report from the " Superintendent of By &nbsp; laws," complaining of the mannor in which the Bomaderry Ferry was being worked, was &nbsp; read, and referred to the Broughton Creek and &nbsp; Bomaderry Council, for joint action with that &nbsp; of Nowra. &nbsp; A petition from D. Galloway and others, &nbsp; of Nowra Hill, praying that, as the recent road from Nowra Hill to Ulladulla road has been "free-selected," the Council provide the petition- ers with the south and north road from Harvey's boundary. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ...
Working Monkeys. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Working Monkeys. It is one of the curious things in nature that the animals nearest to man in the order of development are of Iittlo or uo uso to him industrially. There has never beon a timo when strong races of men havo not compelled their weaker brothers to work, for thom. But, barring the showman and thovorsran grinder, tho meanest of men have iipctbcen able to subjugate or enslavo thoir simian | relations. An ancient Arabic . provorb ac- 1 counts for the freedom of apes by tlio fact i . that thoy shrewdly refuso to talk: ' well thoy know that wore thoy to speak they would be made to .work; so thoy wisely, hold their tongues.' The proverbial prudence of the 'monkoy. appears to fail in a measure^ however, in tho land of tho white elephant. An Austrian resident at the Court of Siam reports that ?in that country the' monkey is trained to fish for crabs with his tail, as comical a pursuit as can well be imagined, oxcept, perhaps, for tho w;orthy and intelligent ape engaged in it, wh...
The Late Rev. J. Graham. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
The Iiateltev. J.G-raUaiii. I The circumstances attending tlio doatli of tlie Rev. John Graham havo beon variously stated. Tho' following particulars are obtained from a letter just received in Sydney from an Australian now in England, and who received them from Philadelphia. Thoy differ from the accounts previously published : — Mr. Graham returned from Canada on July 26. On the followiwg Sunday he preached. Two days afterwards he wont to Capo May, a seaside resort in Now Jersey, whore ladies and gentlemen bathe together, dressed in suitable costumes. Mr. Graham and two of his nieces and a nephew 'went to bathe in the surf. After being in the water somo time, Mr. Graham being engaged in teaching the younger lady to float, tlioy woro unconsciously carried beyond their depths. When they made the discovery they wero separated from each other, and the nephew could just touch bottom, Mr. Graham swam to the outside, and talcing the young lady's hand they were progressing satis factorily,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
To Ejot, V COTTAGE opposite |r/. 'TrEEEN'S. Apply to JOHN M'AHT.lt'UK. For^iiVe, \ A DOG-CART and JSfjm KESS, nearly now, and in first-class /(dor. JOHNSCIIADEL, Nowra. ??? For §dfiej ^ A SAW SPINDLE/al'fomploto and new; ? novoruiscd. Xm*l,l£9. Apply at tho oftico of this paper. J . T.'is-W Bite » » .' rjHENDETiS aro invitee for tlio ropair'ol: road JL from Mr. M'Kay' fence, at tho Cross roads, to tho stonc#work t th# causoway. . ? Digging and dealing on waior-tablo on each sido, ? and thiwving l [) road in middle, at per chain. Tondors to bo sont toMij ALFRED ELYARD, or Mr. THOS. CONNOLLY, Jun., on of- before SATURDAY NEXT, thf 25th instant. ? ? , ? . ? ? — I ? ? ? 'Si . T SACRED CONCERT. ' ' rl Pyree SiiMintli school Singing' Claii!). MpEE MSMBERS of1 the abovo CLASS, J. conducted by Mr. A. ROBERTSON, with the assistance of somo Friends, intend giving a Sacred Concert P Y It E E S j II O O M, ' fx ????:?! Hlmk-Mtlny JSifjJfatf . ©ctoH-ea' .SO, | In. Aid of the Sabbath School. ' - ...
Cable Intelligence. London, Oct. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Cable Intelligence. fFrom the Herald.) London, Oct. 17. Advices from Uauul announco that Goaerat 'Roborts, after .occupying, the city, proclaimed ? his intention^ of demolishing Bala Ilissar, where ?tho ?massacre of Major .-Sir-P; . Cavagnari; and ? party occurred, and that moreovor a heavy fine would bo levied on tho inhabitants tor the part - ? thoy' took; -in- tlio- outrage and. the subsequent , hostilities- against , tho British. Martial law has 'booh' proclaimed, and the city and adjoining-' distncts: liavo boon occupiod by- tho iintish troops. ''Further advices from i-tho Capo stato that tho war is now completed, and the British troops are 'rapidly withdrawing.;': Durban and' other ports, of Zululand aro complotoly evacuated. ' Furthor advicos from the Capo announco that Sir - Garnet AYolseley. visitod tho Transvaal, and at : a - mooting «of tlio Boors declared that the annoxation- ofi»the- Transvaal was irrevocable, ;and 'that tho , demand .of the -Boers for indopon donce wor...
MISCELLANEOUS. The Grand Masonic Lodge of N. S. W. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
IMISCEEiLANEOlTS. The Grand Masonic Ijotlge of ®. S. W. We clip the following article from the Sydney Daily Telegraph, on tho subject of tho recont recognition of tho Grand Lodge of this colony at Washington : — 'Tho informationconvoyed in tho rosolution of i a recont mooting of tho Grand Lodgo of Froo- i 'masons at Washington, which wo published i yesterday, must bo a sourco of considerable gratification, not only to tho originators of tho movement to ostablish a Grand Lodgo of Free masons in this colony, but to all who desire to sco tho order of Freomasonry horo placed upon a 'basis similiar to that which it occupies in Great Britain, tho Statos of America, Canada, and many portions of tho Continent of Europe. As pre viously oxplainod in our columns, sovoral prominent mombors o£ tho ordor horo, considered tho timo had arrived to declare their indepen dence of tho homo Grand Lodgo. Thoy woro probably, irritated by tho vexatious dolays which frequently took place in rocoiving roplie...
POETRY. DER SMALL YOUNG BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
. P# E TIBY. — r DEB SMALL YOUNG BABY.* So help ma gracious ! efory day ' I laugh mo wild to see dor vay STv small young baby dry to blay — Dot funny lcotle baby ! When I look on dhem lootlo toes And saw dot funny lettlo nose, Und heard dor vay dot rooster orows, I shmile liko I vas grozy ! Und von I heard dor real nice vay Dhem beopies to my wife dhey say : ' Moro liko his fathor efory day !' I vos eo proud my baby Somotimos dhoro comes a Iittlo squall, Dot's vhon dor vindy vind will crawl Eight in its lcotlo stomach small — Dot's too bad for dor baby. Dot makes him sing at night so shweot, Und gareboric ho must eat, Und I must yump slibry on my foot, To holp dot lettlo baby. Ho pulls my noso and kicks my hair, Und grawls mo ofer oforywhere, Und shlobbors mo — but what I caro ! Dot vas my slnnall young baby ! Arount my head dot lottlo arm Vas shquoozing mo so nico and varm ; Oh ! may dhoro never coom somo harm To that shmall leotlo baby !
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
'Telegraphic Intelligence. ' [MIOM OUR COltnESPONHENT.] . SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 4 p.m. Liuklator, tho lawyer who was arraigned for bigamy, has been committed for trial. Tremendous efforts are being made in tho Viotorian Assembly to remove stock tax, and retain the Riverina trade. The poultry, pigeon, and dog shows were a brilliant success. The richness of the Scruby yards and Murrum burra rush havo been officially confirmed. Numerous claims are on gold. Returns from tho Sydnoy Mint show a splen did revival in minoral yields throughout the colony. Visitors to Sydnoy aro daily increasing. Two dozon porsons havo boon seriously, if not fatally, injured through an accident at tho Maitland railway station. In tlio International Exhibition Carrier Pigeon Race, the winning bird dono tho distnnco of 208 miles, from ISiimlong (on the Gouthorn lino) to Sydnoy, in four hours and thirty-fivo minutes. The soeond bird did not arrive, evi dently being killed by hawks. Mr. David Buchanan is announced ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Whatever may liavo boon tho bovorago of tlio gods— and it is boliovod that thoy indulgod iu neotaroan draughts; some of tho host olYorts of tho poots are said to hayb:beori;oftusod undor, tho -inspiration of no loss potation' than gin. It was Byron's favourato indulgence, and syod tho fancy ot many others of celohnty. Thus it has both a poetio and, practical uso, and to tho latter has it boon most efficaciously put by tho groator origi nator of Udolpho Wolfe's Scdicdain Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. Hoi.loway's Pills. — Bilious complaints and irrogularitios of tho system produced by dopravod or ovor-abundant bile, can always bo corrcctod by a fow doses of those inostimablo Pills which are everywhere admirod for their raro combina tion of mildness and power, for though thoy con quer -with ease and rapidity tho most obstinate disease thoy nover weaken tho stomach or nocessitato any interruption of ordinary dutios or amusomont. On tho contrary they increase tho appotito and strengthen tho ...