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Shoalhaven Police Court. SAME DAY. (Before their Worships J. Monaghan, H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and D. M'Lean, Esqs.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
ghoalliaven S*«lice Court. SAitE Day. (Boforo thoir Worships J. Monaghan, H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and D. M'Lean, Esqs.) TETTY XiAKOENY. Charles Cosgrovo, an oldorly man, and a stranger, in the district, was sontonced fo one month's imprisonmont in Wollongong jail- for having stolon a meerschaum pipe, valued at 3s (id, tho property of Robert Riteluo, of Torrara. DRUNKENNESS ^VND OBSOENK LANOTfAOE. Edward AUon, an old man., vcsidmg ^noar J'or\'is Bay, was sontoncod to I':1y 11 hno of 10s for drunkenness and d/sordorly conduct at Torrara on tlio 17th'instant ; and a fine of 20s for having mado i;-'0 ot obscono langnago at tho same timo ami placo, with tho altoruativo of ono month in Wollongong jail. Tho lattor was accepted, as tho offondor's availablo proporty whs a claj' j)ipo and match-box, togothor With Is in cash. .TUEStASS ON TIiniEll KESEUVE. David and . Charles Lainorid, and Josoph Go Sang ploadod not guilty to a cliargo of having trespassed on timbor rosorvo No. 33, not know in...
Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. . Terbaka, Wednesday, Maucii' 12. ; The Council mot at the usual timo. Prosont i — Tho full Council. | Tho minutes of previous mooting woro road and adopted. , correspondence. The correspondence consisted of ono lottor from the Municipal Council of Nowra, ou tho subject ot representing bnoaluavon- at tho lorwicommg International Exliibition to bo hold at Sydnoy, and requesting tho Council to appoint two dele gates to confor cm tho subject with representa tives of other Councils at Nowra on the 18th instant. Tho lottor was received ; and on tho motion of Aldormen Monaghan and Lamond, the Mayor arid Aldermon M'Loan woro appointed to ropro sent tlio Council at tho meeting abovo referred to. MOTIONS. On' tho motion of Aldormon Hyam and M'Loan, tho Mayor was ompowored to procure tho necossary furniture for the Council. Aldorman M'Loan, pursuant to notico, moved, that tho Mayor on bohalf of tho Council com municate with tho Lands Dopartmont, requestin...
INVERELL. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
INYERELL. March 14. ' Tlio woathor is fmo, and grass and water are plontiful. : The wheat crops -will averago in many ?casos forty bushels per acre, but there is no out . lot for tho produeo, andanany of -filie farmors aro trying to soil their liomosteads to avert ruin. One squattor lately: had ton applications in ono ?wook from farmors anxious to soli out. Tho 'district is greatly depressed ; - money is tight, : -and thore;--is : no prospect- of .a bettor state of I things. ' s I
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Bboalhoven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. March 12. — Hunter (e.), from Sydney. March 15. — Hunter (s.), from Sydnoy. March 17.— Our Own (s.) from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES . March 13. — Huntor (s.), for Sydnoy. March 16. — Gimbola (schoonj^f),, and Mary Ann (kotch) for Sydnoy ; Promise (kotch) for Kiama. March 17. — Hunter (s.) for Sydney. ' EXPORTS. Por Ulawarro, (s.) Captain Gardo, on tho 10th March, 1879, to Sydnoy : — 521 hags maizo, 183 bags potatoes, 10 hags oysters, 12 kegshutter, 10 bates hay, 12 cheeses, 9 eases eggs, 1 hoat, 1 ' basket w. ducks, and sundries. To Kiama : — 20. hags maize, 1 horso. To Wollongong: — 10 bags maize. Per Huntor (s.) Captain Oh Walker, on tho 13th March, 1879, to Sydnoy : — 2S0 kegs buttor, 227 hags potatoes, 109 cheeses, 163 hags maizo, 23 cases eggs, 11 coops poultry, 81 pigs, 5 calves, . 2 casks tallow, 2 cases cheeso, 4 packages loathor, 1 caso wax, 3 packages bacon, 3 parcels, 1 package skins, and sundries. To Kiama : — 3000 shingles, 4 kegs, 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Illowavra Steam Navigation Company. ;? STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. | ROM SHOALHAV.EN, li Ilomlay, O n.m. Thursday, 8 a.m. * FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday, at 11 p.m. All meals supplied, during tho passagos of tho stoamors froo of cliargo. a Tlio Stoam Droghors, undor cliargo of Capiain ; Buchanan, nro always plying on tho Shoulhavon llivor in connection with tlio SydriGy stoamors. ? ? E. MANNING. ' Kuglifili, NcuttiHh, and Australian Chartered JCank. ? ????v A BRANCH of this Bunk is now. OPEN at i' J\. NOWRA, Shoalhavon, in tomporary i premises, for tho transaction of all usual bank ? mg business. . JOHN DOWLING, Managor. i Sydney, 5th Juno, 1878. Wanted to lie Xinowii. \\7~ JONES, Collins-stroot, Iviama, has T V ? Horses and Yohicles FOR HIRE. IIo is propared to runbotwoon Wollongong and Ulladulla. | Also, that ho is a cash purehasor of Hides and ' '? skins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, & c . , ICIAMA. ' D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, i JAMBER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Public Notice. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Postmaster, of Tcrrara, will receive ORDERS for ADVERTISEMENTS or JOB PRINTING on my account ; and all ordors for such loft at his promises up to 3 p.m. on ovory WEDNESDAY, wiU meet with prompt attontion. JOSEPH WESTON. Telegraph Printing Office, Nowra, March 17, 1879. ? SCIje M.eprjjf, AND SHOALIIA YEN ADVERTISER. Published every Tliuraalay Morning. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1879.
Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Gardeners' Calendar. MARCH. Kitchen Garden. — Some quick growingvnric tiesofpeas may now be sown; a full crop of celery may be planted, care being taken to havo tho ground thoroughly manured. The cabbago and othor plants planted out last month will need considerable attention to prevent injury from blight. A small quantity of onions for winter and spring use may he sown this month, and tho crop already ripe should bo takon up ; this direc tion applies also to carrots. Earth up turnips, potatoes, -£?-?, as they require it. Ripening seeds should bo daily gathered. Plower Garden. — Keop tho weeds woll down, and should tho woatlier provo unusually dry, attend to watering, preparations for laying outthegarden, such astrenching,pulvorizmg tho soil, may now bo mado— lot dahlias bo carefully fastened to supporting stakes ; tho ? eamo remark applies to similar plants. Tho planting of bulbs should bo proceeded with ; pink beds may bo formed and planted. On the fall of rain, layer pmks, verben...
Mr. Gladstone and the Colonial Addresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Mr. Gladstone and the Colonial ? Addresses.' . To the address from Now South Wales, in I reforence to his public services to tho' nation, Mr. Gladstone sent the following reply':— 'Hawardon Castlo, January- 14. ' ' Dear Sir, — I havo now tlio honour'and pleasure to acknowledge tlio receipt of tho address from the inhabitants of Sydney which was adopted by. them, when assembled in public mooting, on tho. 27th of August, undor your auspicos, in tlio unavoidable absence of the Mayor through indisposition. I havo boon called upon to observe that tliis address has been signed by tho Spoaker of tho Legislative Assembly, and by nearly half the Parliament, as well as by Sir Honry Parkes, and others of such numbers, charac ter, and influence as to make it tho weightiest that has over left the shores of tho colony. ' In this address tho people of Sydnoy are pleased to render a tribute of praiso to the policy pursued by tho Liberal party of this country during tho last quartor of a century, an...
Colour Blindness Defined and Explained. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Colour Blindness Defined and Explained. Mn. William Pole writing iu 'Nature' thus explains tlio truo limits and naturo of colour-blindness : As few people have a clear '! understanding what colour-blindness really means, I must ask leavo to describe the defect as briolly as I can, .referring to the Philosophical Transactions for fuller details andrdemonstration. Ll|. the first place we see white and black au^j thoir intermediate or compound grey (provided tlioy are free from alloy with other colours) procisoly as others do; Secondly, there aro two colours properly so called, namely, yollow and bluo, : which also, if unalloyed, wo soo, so far as can be ascertained,: in tho norinal.manner. But theso two aro tho only colours of ? which wo have any; sensation ; and honce' the defect lias been given by Sir John Ilerschel the scientific namo.of dichromic vision;' ! But i now comes tho difficulty of tho explanation. It may . naturally be askod : Do we not seo objects of othor colours, such...
The Long Bow. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
The JLong stow. Conoewting the long bow, no effort can surpass ono that comes to us from Scotland : ' It was told that Colonel Audrow M'Dowall, whon ho roturnod fiom tho war, was ono day walking along by Tho Myroch, whon ho camo on an old man sitting greetin' on a mucklo stano at tho roadsido. 'Whon ho camo up, tho old man rose and took off Ins bonnot, and said, ' 1 Yo'ro wolcomo hamo again, laird.' ' ' Thank you,' said tho colonol ; adding, aftor a pauso, 'I should suroly know your face. Aren't you Nathan M'Culloch ?' ''Yo'ro richt, 'dood,' says Nathan; 'it's jest me, laird.' ' 'You must bo a good ago, now, Nathan,' says tho colonol. ' ' I'm no vorra aul' yot, laird, ' was tho reply ; ' I'm just turnt a hunnor.' ''A hundred 1' says tho colonol, musing; ' woll, you must ho all that. But tho idea of a mau of a hundred sitting hluhhoring that way ! 'Whatovor could you got to cry about ?' ' ' It was my fathor lashod mo, sir,' said Nathan, blubbering again ' an ' ho put mo oot, so ho di...
Algeria as a Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Algeria as a Colony. . Eefemiing to the efforts which are at tho present time boing mado to tempt French colonists to migrate to Algeria, the ' Cologne Gazette ' romarks that the present condition of the latter country, when compared with the existing state of things in Now Zealand, Australia, and other foreign possessions of Great Britain, proves that England understands far better than France how to develop tho rosourcos of hor colonies. Whon Algeria was first colonized by tho French it was in tended that it should rival India and Egypt. Cotton growing was undortakon, and much money was expended in encouraging it ; but in 1876 seventeen Europeans only wore engaged in it, 360 acreg only wero undor cultivation, and the hardest amounted to but little more than 100,000 lbs. Cattle breed ing, corn growing, and tho cidtivation of vines, promise apparently to bo more successful ; but the development of all theso industries is impeded by tho prevailing sys tem of military govornmont. In 1...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
. '1 01' THE LATE Mrs. J. W. GERRETT, Sen. ? [Published by Roquost.] ?? j' S? A K. E W £3 Sj 1L ! Pabewrll ! dear motlior— a long farowoll ! .Por wo shall moot no moro Till wo arrivo with Christ to dwoll !.i'- ? On Zion's happy shoro. ? '/!?? I Our dear-loved mother lo is dead — In cold and lifoloss clay — ? Hath'mndo tho dust hor silent bed, : j ? . -And thoro she miist dooay. But is sho dead?.: No, no; sho lives ! Ilor happy soul did riso® ?To heaven abovo, and tlioro rocoivo Tho long oxpectod prizo. | . Mothinks I seo hor joyful stand--' ?' j1 -. Boforo tho Godof hoavon ; - 1. - - ' Ho smilod: sho ontorod Zion's land, ^\jid hor reward was givon. ; ; ? . In robe* of innocence and lovo ^ Hor virgin*soul is drossod ; ' ( . : And all the angol host abovo Rojoiooto soo hor blessed. ? i, . ^ . . Thon lot us dry our mournful tears— . Prom gloomy, grief refrain ; ?. ? In hoavon our mother now appears; 'And shall for over reign. ' - A littlo whilo and wo shall go To yondor happy sky : Tho...
POETRY. LINES ON THE DEATH OF MRS. J. W. GERRETT, Of Nowra, a very Old resident, greatly respected. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
P ® S3 11' B2 Y. LIN ES ON THE DEATH OF Msts. J. W. ' CrEHaiBETT, Of Nowra, a vory -lid rosidont, greatly respected. f Written on viewing the funeral cortege. J The leaden clouds veil Sol's noon light, , : Which sadly gleams o'er oaeli lov'd spot, Whoro smiling homos arise so bright O'or Nowra,— save oiio huinblo cot. Thoro doath's reaper, with rutliloss stroko Hath swopt his, scytho, — tho spirit Hod. That soul so- ready to break tho yoko , Of oarthly woo, and join tho doiul. ' No streaming pagoant, in worldly show, . Hold rank in that l'unoral lino; ? % No somblanco of cold-hearted woo, But sorrow deep o'or worth's sad shrine.' Affection there in monrnful guiso ? , : ? Doth point whoro rests that agod lioad; i And pity's form doth tlioro ariso 1 ! To..scattor do w. drops o'or hor bod. : ; ) Sloop, sloop in poaco — otornal bliss '? Good soul (so fond; so truo) bo thino;- ; (Thy guerdon be tho happiness . . Awaiting tlioo in realms Divino. . ANNETTA. Nowra. ' ? .
Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
- Current Market l*riccfl. . I Flour, £11 10s to £13 10s; potatoes, - £-1 0s | to £0 0s; maizo, 2s 9d to 3s 3d per bushol; | buttor, 3d to Od ; cheese, 2(1 to 4id ; bacon, (id to Sd; hides, 2Jd ; pigs, Od per lb ; calves, 10s Od -to 20a ; fowls 3s to 3s 3d ; dueks, 3s 3d. to 3s 9d ; turkoys, 0s Od to 15s ; geese, 7s to 7s Cd'; cggs, ts -Id to Is 7d. ?
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Telegraphic Intelligence. ... | ? y fFro)n Our Teluyraphic Correspondent, J~ ?, SYDNEY. AVednesday, 7 r.ar. In- tlio Logialativo Assembly, Mr. Laokoy, iri .???: roply-to Mi1. Suttor, said that tlao Govornmont' .ffilind' dooidod to opon communication with con traotors oil tlio quostion o£ completing railway to Albury by Soptombor. Mr. 11. B. Smith brought . up a report from tho Eloetion and Qualifications Commit too' rospoc ting tho lato Mudgoo oleotion. It nnsoatod Mr. Houso, and doolarod Mr. Buchanan duly oloctod. Mr. Buchanan was iminodiatolyaftonvardsswornin, and took his soat on tho Opposition Bonclios. Mr. Garrett's rosolu tion, roforriugto Coinmittoo tho quostion wliotlier i Mr. Eitzpatrick was ontitlod to rotain his soat in Parliament, whilo in tlio possossion of a pension from tho Orown, was carriod by 23 to 18. Tlio Bill for tho appointment of a fifth Judgo passed through Oommitteo, an amondmont boing car ? riod that,:a Judgo . might bo appointed from attornios o£ ton yoars...
DISTRICT NEWS. Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
DISTKICT MEWS. [FROM Otm CORRESPONDENT.] Iliamu. As you have started a now paper at Srioalhavon, I shall from tiino to time, with your concurrence, forward you an opitomo of Kiama nows ; and I i shall on tho prosont occasion commence by mak ing, complaint of tho delay in tho transmission i of , tlio Tcle.ffmph from Nowra to Kiama. :Itiis published on Tliursday, yet.'bocauso thoro is not a daily mail botweon Broughton Creole and Shoalliavon, it is Monday afternoon boforo wo rocoivo our nanor. : I think vou micht pronorlv niovo in this matter tlirough tho columns of tho ? Telegraph.:'. . ? An old and rospocted rosidont passed from our imidst on Monday last — Mr. John Cullon, of Jamboroo. Mr. Cullon, who was somo 70 yoars of ago, airivod in tlio colony about 40 yoars ago, a groat portion of which timo ho spent in this district. Ho, for sovoral yoars, roprosontod the ?villago where ho lived as aldorman in tho Kiama Municipal Council ; but during tho last yoar or two liis health, I bolio...
Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 March 1879
Sowra BSunieijial Council. : Tuesday, March 18. ' The abovonamod Council inot. at tho usual placo of mooting at 7*30 p.m. Present — tho Mayor, and Aldormon Hyam, Grey, Monaghan;; and Elyard. ? ; . . ?; '1'ho minutes of protons mooting woro road and conflrmod. riNANCE. . i On tho motion of tho- Mayor,' socondod by Aldorman Hyam, tho report of the Pinanco Com-: mittoo rocommonding paytnont of tlio following i .accounts,', wub adopted :— C. I.. Watson, £4 lfls 7d; M; Rohardt, £15 ; C. H. Doinby,' 10s; D.' Hyam, £10 3s Od ; B. Piokorton, £0 ;rP. Sidnoy, £4 4s Od : J., Annsti'ong, £4 10s. ? Total, £45 7s'9d. REPORTS, ETC. -.Illxo Mayor roportod thatin accordance with directions of . tlio Council at previous mooting, printed forms of notico for trespasses .under tho: by-laws had boon - obtained, and that alroady sovoral easos of infringement had boon mot with the aid of tho forms of notico without rdepurso to logiil proceedings ; that tho committee of works had inspected tho road at Nowra...