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LONDON. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
LONDON. Octobor 21. Tho fifth million of Australian gold bullion has boon purchased in London for America. Wages have beon reduced 10 per cent, at all Staffordshire pottorios. A rise in tho corn market is predicted owing to tlio dolicioncy in tho harvest, of various coun tries. A numbor of Bridgport ongineors have omi gratca ior America. Tho shipwrights ofDundoo are out on striko owing to reduction in rato of wages. Tho King of Abyssinia has writton to Hoi Majesty tho Queen, charging tho Egyptians with having poisoned an English General, who was bearing a momorial to the British Govern ment. Lancashire coal-minor's wages havo -been advanced. i At a meoting of operatives hold at Barnsloy, it was resolved that an association bo formed to carry out emigration oil a systematic plan. ' TherOi is a great failure in tho Irish potato ' ci'op f' tlireo thousand porsons in Middloborough are penniloss. Tho Homo Secretary, the Right Hon. R. A. Cross, refused roliof on tho ground that no funds w...
THE FREE PARDON TO EDMUND GALLEY.— [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
The Fit ee Paiidon to Edmund Galley.— Tho froo pardon granted by hor Majesty to Edmund Galley runs as follows, the first.- two words being the autograph of hor Majesty. tho Qucon : — ' Victoria Hog. — Whereas Edmund Galley was, ;at a general gaol delivery lioldon at Exeter, in and for tho county of Devon, in July, 183G, convicted of murder and sontonced to doatli, which sontonco was subsequently com muted to one of transportation for lifo, —Wo, in consideration of soirio circumstancos humbly represented to us, are graciously ploasod to oxtend our graco and mercy unto him, and to grant him our froo pardon for tho c'riuio of which ho so stands convictod. Our will and pleasure, thorofore, is that you causo tho said Edmund Galloy to bo forthwith discharged out of custody or othor restraint. And for so doing this shall bo your warrant. Givon at our Court at St. James's tho 2Gth of July, 1S79, in tho 43rd year of our reign. By her Majesty's com mand. (Signed) It. Asiitox Citoss. To our tr...
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Commercial Intelligence. ..v . [-BY ELECTlUa TELEGRAPH.] ' . Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. . - .Best lucomo hay dull at from £3 to £3 10s per ton ; second-class at £2 to £2 10s ; inferior,. 35s por. ton ;-. oaton hay, primo lots, at £4 10s to £5 ; second-class, £3 ? to £3 , 10s. Maize dull, and worth 2s 5d to. 2s Sd ? per bushol. : Hunter river potatoes, prime, £9 to £9 10s per ton ; Victorian, £9 10s; butter, 6d per lb ; choeso, 4d to 7d ; eggs, lOd to Is por dozon: bacon, 4d to Gd per lb; honoy, 3Ad; lard, 3Jd to 5d; beeswax, 9d ; fowls, 3s to 3s Od por pair ; ducks, 5s to 5s 6d; geese, 7s; hen turkeys, 6s; cock ditto, 12s.
Mr. Roseby, M.P., at Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Dir. Stosehy, RS.P., at Shoalliuvcn. On tlio ovoning of Saturday last, as promised by him on a rccont visit, Mr. Rosoby, tho . momhor for, Shoalhavon, addressed a mooting of oloctors in' , tho Town Hall, Ton-ara. Tho woathor was wot and disagrceablo, and thoro woro only about 50 .'persons -present. ' *? AY. Lovogrovo, Esq.. occupiod tlio chair, and briofly introduced tliospeakor; obsorving that his (tlio. Chairman's) official connection with tho dis trict-rendcrod it mcumbont upon.him not to tako : a 'prominent part in political meotings.- - -i ? Sir.. Rosoby, who was greeted with applauso, tlieii ; addressed tho mooting, aud after some preliminary observations anont tho oircumstanco that procludod the . fulfilling , of his formor ongagomont to speak at Torrara, and his approval of the timo honoured custom of acknowledging the ? responsibility of tho\;mombeivto'' his con stituency,, ho iiroccedod to review his past careor as member for this district. . It was now two yoars since tho...
Rents in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
? Rents in Ireland. The meeting reported as under, in tho 'London Times,' took place in tho latter part of Juno : — 'Another meeting in support of tlio anti rentf agitation was held on Sunday at Mill town, County Galway. It was similiar in its general character to that held at W estport. with this difference only, that strong and out , spoken .as tho latter was in its tone, it was tamo and .timid compared with Sunday's! demonstration, v It is estimated that 14,000 persons were prosont, but even if that number be divided by two, whicli would not as a rule bo too much to allow for exaggeration, it I would still be a largo, assembly. ^Numerous i .contingents came after last mass from Tuam, Claremorris and several other places in tho country ; they marched in - semi-military order, headed by bands and carrying ban ners with suggestivo mottoes, such as ' Down with tho tyrants.' ' Down with land robbers,' ' The land for .the people,'' ??and.' God save Ireland.' Tho assembly viiicludcd a v...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
liOCAI. SKTESililGS-BieCE. Held Oveu. — Wo havo boon compelled to hold over, until next issue, ' Shoalnavon at tho International Exhibition,' and other items of interest. Tjiuxdkii Sxoiim. — Wo aro informed that tho thunder which prevailed along tho coast districts during the evening of Monday last, at that time : interfered considerably with tho transmission of messages along tho lino of telegraph. Rev. Father D'Auoy. — Wo - loarn with regret, that tho respected Roman Catholic clergy man of Shoalhavon, the Rov.M. D'Arcjv who 'is on a visit to tho metropolis, mot with an' acci dent by which ono of his logs got' broken, on Monday last... Current rumours stato; ho was 'driving in a buggy, and /that tho accident resulted from collision with a 'bus, but of this no mention is mado in the telogram announcing tho mishap. The Sho aml\.ven Beidoe.— We understand that the first stone of the northern abutment. of - this bridgo was laid yesterday. : The \york is progi'ossing rapidly, and when a...
Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Central Shonlhaven 9Iunieiiinl Council. . Terrara, Tuesday, Ootober 21. The Council mot at tho usual placo. Prosont — Tho Mayor, and Aldormon Lamond, M'Loan; and Monaghan. | ; Tho minutes of proyious mooting woro read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. .: Outwards. — 1. To E. DoMostro, Esq., agroo ing to comply with tho torms of his lottor, sub-: mitting pro]-osal to oxcliango. tlio existing AVorragoo road for a now. ono,' and adding that the Council will endeavour to protoot his pro-* pertv from unnecessary trespass by tho Council's, sorviints , or contractors. [Tlio Slayor pointed: out tho nocossity of offeoting ropairs on portions .of tho 'existing Worrageo road; and it was 'doeidod to sond tlio inaintonauco man tlioro.] 2. Tlio Siii'Toy Dopartmont,- acknowledging i-ocoipt of tracing, and inquiring for reply to tho first clauso of tho Council's previous lottor to tho Colonial Secretary. . Inwards. — 1. From D: Hyam, intimating that it was his intontiou to oroct - building for :tho to...
"The Maiden Assurance Society." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
' The Maiden Assurance ? . Society.' ' The Maiden Assurance Society ' is a somo wliat singular business institution in Don mark. Tho noblemon — for tho association is peculiarly for this class — as soon as a female child is 'born to him, onrols her namo iu a certain association of noblo families, and pays a certain sltiri, and thereafter a fixed annual amount, tCQi- tlio socioty, 'When she has reached tho ago bf twonty-ono she becomes entitled to a fixed incomo, and to an elegant suite of apartments in- a largo building of tho association, with gardens and park about it, inhabited by othor young or older noblo ladies who havo thus become members. If her father dies in lier youth, and she desires it, sEe* has sholter in this building, and at tho fixed timo her incomo. Whon slio dies or marries, all this right to income lapses, and tho money paid in swells the endowment of the association. Hor father may pay for twenty years, and thon hor marriage cut off all advantago of tho insuranc...
Shoalhaven Court of Requests. TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 21. (BEFORE their Worships, John Monaghan, H. G. Morton, B. Brown, and D. M'Lean, Esqs.) JOHN HOLLAND, SEN., V.A.B. ELYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
fehoalhaveu Court of IBeyuests. ? Tuesday, Ootoueu. 21. ?; ? - (Before their AYorships, John Jlonaglian, II. G. Morton, B. Brown, and D. M'Loan, Esqs.) JOHN HOLLAND, SEX. , V. A. H.'ELYARD.' : Particulars of tho issuos triod in this case .'appeared in oiir -liist issue, whon it was stated tho case was postponed to onablo dofondan't to jiroduco ovidonco in support of his statement, that ho lent a bridlo which cost 14s 6d, to plain tiff's servant lad. : ' ?: :? .- Tho 'evidence' ol \Y . VViliae on tlus point, was to , tho, effect that defendant lent him tho head stall of a bridlo, with ono roin, and bit attached. Yordict for plaintiff, 7s, and half costs ; tho claim boing for 111. '..ROOT.' CLARK AND WIFE:V. ROUT. E. WALKER. Postponed for 14 days, on tlio application of defendant's attornoy, who was absent through illness, defendant, boing adjudged to pay 15s, costs of tlireo witnesses. / .
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
' Shoalliavcn' Shipplnff Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. October 15. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney; : Emily (ketch), from Wollongong. . 17. — Promise (ketch), from Sydney. 18. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. ?October 16. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 19. — Formosa (ketch), for. Sydnoy. „ 20. — Ulawarra(s.), for Sydney; Emily (kotch), for Shollharbour. „ 21. — Mary Ann (kotch), for Kiama. EXPORTS. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tho 16th October, 1879. To Sydnoy: 347 kegs butter, 115 pigs, 51 cheesos, 41 cases oggs, 0 bags oysters, 1 case bacon, 23 bags bacon, 7 coops poultry, 9 bags bones, S calvos, 6 horses, 1 hide, 4 rolls leathor, 1 cask tallow, and sun drios. To ICiama. : 12 pigs, 3 bags maize, 1 case honey. To 'Wollongong : 3 horses, 1 bag hides. To Ulladulla : 2 bags potatoes. Per Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo. on tho 20th October, 1879. To Sydnoy : 137 bags maize, 30 kegs butter, 23 casos oggs, 20 bags bacon, 1 cask tallow, 4 coops poultry, 12 cheeses, 1 b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Illnwm'i'ft Htcnm STavigation Cnnepany. STEAME'll'S TIME TABLE. .Jjl EOM SHOALHAVEN, HSoiutny, St n.m. Tlmrsilay, S a.m. EROM SYDNEY, TFuesilay anil Ptiday, at ll p.m. All meals supplied during tlio passages of tho stoamors freo of charge. Tho Stonm Droghers, under charge of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tho Shoalhavon River in connection with tho Sydnoy stoaihors. E. MANNING. liisgSiflli., SeoMislh, mill Australiaii Chartered Bniili. A BRANCH of this .Bank is now OPEN at NOAVRA, Shoalhavon, in temporary premises, for tho transaction of all Usual bankr ing business. JOHN DOWLING, Manager. Sydnoy, -uth Juno, 1S78- Wanted to Die Known. 'Y57~ JONES, Collins-stroot, Kiama, lias V V . Horses and Yehiclcs EOR HIRE. Ho is propared to run between Wollongong and Ulladulhi. » Also, that ho is a cash purchnsor ofl-Iidos and skins in any quantity. Mr, W. €. KIMGr, S O L I CI T O R , & c i , KIAMA. . D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J A MB Ell 0 0. W. HALL, Ge...
Calendar for October. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Calendar for October. Moon's Age. . Last quarter ? 8th, at 11.49 p.m. Now Moon ? ? 16th, at 1.14 a.m. .. : First quarter . 22nd, at4.23p.m. - v; Full Moon ? ? 30th, at 12.14 p.m.' . / — Sun ? , ? High water at Shoal O-, Rises. Sots. haven Heads. n. sr. h. at. I a. ar. p. at. 23 . 5' ,11' 6 18 ? ' .1 '47' ' 2 '27. ' 24' ' 5 .10 6 19 '36 '3 45 25 5 9 6 20 4 20 4 51 ' 26 5 8 6' 21 .5 19 5 44 . ? 27 5 7 6 22 6 6 6 26 28 5 6 0 22, 6 45 ' 7 3 . .29 5 -'5 6.23 7 21 , 7 3S SApajjfr, AND SHOALHAVEN ADVEltTISTM. Published every Thursday Morning. I THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1879.
Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day—Same Bench. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Shoalhaven Police Courts Same Day — Same Bench. &nbsp; OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Roger Matthews, an aboriginal, pleaded guilty &nbsp; to having made use of obscene language at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Nowra on tho 12th instant. Fined £1 or 7 days in- the lock-up, which - alternative was &nbsp; &nbsp; accepted. &nbsp; &nbsp; : 11. M' Paul pleaded guilty to a cliargo of ill treating a horso-byleaving it'tieduip in'harhoss : Defendant said in explanation he was uninten tionally detained. Finod us and costs. Fine ?paid. ? :i. . James Devanoj' was fined :15s and. costs, for boing drunk and disordorly, at Torrara, on tho ,15th instant. Fine paid. . ? Thos. Henry failed to appear to a charge ofa similar nature, and a warrant was issued for his apprehension. Licensos for slaughtering woro granted to Josoph Mully, of Yalwal, and Josso Dodgo, of Cambewarra. : .
Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. The Committee of tho above 'mentiohcd.:AssociaT:; tion met at the . Council Chamber, Terrarii, ;(piii the afternoon of Thursday last,, tho 16th instant, ?; tlio President, John Monaghan, Esq., J.P., in the 'chair. ''Present — Tho Yico-Prbsideht, : W. : Lovogrovo, Esq., tho Secretary, John M' Arthur,: Esq., Jas. Lamond, W. Kennedy, C. Murray, C. Robson, and John AYatson. Tno minutes ol pre^ous mooting woro read and confirmed. . Correspondence inwards consisted of letters: from Joseph Weston and J. M'Konzio, accept ing the appointment as judges of flowers at the forthcoming Show ; from . Jas. Booth and Donald M'Tavish, declining to accept a similar appointmont. D. Ilyam, 0 . Stansbuiy, and W. II. Wicks, of Nowra, also accepting appoint-: mont as judge of fruits; Mr. Thos. Watson, of Comborton Grango was appointed additional judge of ilowers on tho motion o£ Mr. . Jas.-= Lamond and C. Robson. Mrs. M'Lollaud, of . Kiaina, Mrs. Frasor, of Cambowarra, and...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 23 October 1879
It will be noticed by our report of the pro- ceedings of the Committee of the Shoalhaven A. & H. Association at its meeting last &nbsp; Thursday, that it is proposed to send a quan- tity of butter to England by the Strathleven, the steamer, fitted with the Bell & Coleman dry-air refrigeratingeprocess. As mentioned in a recent number of this journal, the above mentioned steamer — one of considerable dimensions — is sent out by the patentees, Messrs. M'Ilwrath, M'Echran, & Co., of Glasgow,morely to test the efficacy of tlie &nbsp; new process for the conveyance of meat in a fresh state from Australia to the mother &nbsp; country; but from authentic sources we | regret to learn that it is doubtful whether &nbsp; the praiseworthy project of our Association will be ontertained by those in charge of &nbsp; the vessel. We, however, commend the prompt action of the Shoalhaven Committee, and urge on them to persevere- as it is o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879
The Man who Vonds. or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or Qpuiitorfoit, of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to ho, a pornioious article, deserves summary puiiishmont. Boware of so-called tonics and diuretics rocommondod as bottor than or tho samo} jis IMblpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic Scliuijppsf and purchaso : 110110 but tho gonuino preparation. — Adv. ' , _ Holloway's \Oihtjient; and Pills.— Tho fino'st romodios in tlio .world for had logs, old ' : wounds, ?; soros, . and ulcors.l ; If;, usod according to diroctions'givon with tlienfj' there is 110 wound, had log or vilcorous soro,' hpwovor' obstinato or long standing, but willvyibld fjro thoir healing'-, and curativo proportiosi4Nuinl)Brs of porsons who liavo boon '.patients iri | sevoral of the largo hospitals undor tho caro of- dminont surgeons,'.- without deriving tho slightest benefit, havo booh thoroughly cured by Holloway's Ointmont and Pills. Por glandular spoiling, tumour...
Rumoured Abdication of Queen Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879
ISiamoiU'cd Ahilicadon oil' duevn Vnc&m'ia, 'Tim London corrospondont of tho 'Dimrtoo Advortisor ' in arecontlottor, nllucling to tho abdication of Ciuoon Ariotoria, says,: — 1 .1. havo not' hithorto alluded to thoso roports, but thoy havo bocomo so persistent that it would bo usoloss longor to ignoro thoir oxistonce. It 'is. said' that for somo timo ' past Hor Majesty's health has not boon in a satis factory state. Tho death of tho Duchess of Hosso gavo her a suddon shock from which sho has not recovered, and the celebration of tho marriago of the Duko of Connnught exorcised a doprossing influence 011 hor lioalth. Tho journoy to Italy is not a more holiday trip. Sir. W. Joiinor considered that a change of scono, and an almost: ontiro absbneo from ollicial duty of any kind, were necessary for tho Queen, and that is tho reason slio has buried horsolf on tho secluded slioros of tho 'Italian lake. It is 110 doubt in consequoucr of tho somowhat gloomy statomentsrogarding Hor Maj...
Burns's Mary. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879
VBuirns's -Ma-jry.'- '?;?'? Siie was a nursemaid to Gavin Hamilton's son Alexander, born in July, 1875, and sho saw him through soveral stages of infancy boforo leaving- the houso. Her father was a- sailor in a revenue cuttor stationed at Camjibelltown, near tlio- southern ond, of Cautiro. Sho had spoilt somo of her early years at Loch Eanza, in tho family of tlio Eov. David Campboll, , a relative of hor mother. Sho loft Burns, on May 24, 110 doubt for Campbelltown;\ whero sho spent the summer. It is belioved that sho had letters from liim, and the two songs, ' My Highland Lassie 0,' and ' Will Yo Go to tlio Indies, my Mary,' are likely enough to havo boon sent to hor there; Hor mother's cousin was n Mrs. Macphorsoii, in Groenock. Her brother was to bo apprenticed to Mr. Macpherson, who was a sliip-carpontor, and iu the autumn Mary accompanied liim to Greenock. Before leaving homo sho had agreed to take a place in Glasgow, at Martinmas, so that sho had thon given up the idea of sail...
The War Between Chilli and Peru. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879
The War llelwceu Cliilli and 1'erns. So much intorost attaches to tho navy of tho futuro, and to tho part that ironclad ships will ? play, that ovory littlo oncountor that, now takes placo is oagorly studiod to sco if it throws any light 911' tlio now manoeuvres; Tlio war going on botwoon ? Chilli aud Poru has lod to a fight botwoon.two ironclads aud two woodon ships, causing tho loss of. 0110 of, each. - But tlio. operations woro character ised by so much simplicity (in moro sonsos than 0110) that thoy are not particularly, instructive. It appoars from the papors to hand that two. wooden , Chilian vessels— the Esmeralda and Covadonga— woro blockading Iquiquo, whon two Poruvian ironclads — tho iluascar and tho Indopondoncia — mado their ajipourunco. Tlio Esmoralda was an old woodon steamor that had soon 24 years' sor vice, and which could not do moro than six knots nil hour. Slio was armed with fourteen 40-poundor guns, and had a crow of 180 men. Sho was tackled by tho Huascar, a tu...