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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

(Cominerciar Intelligence. I [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] . Sydney, Wednosday, 5 p.m. On the wharves to-day, business generally is extremely dull. Tho best old lucorno ?; hay sold at £3 lOsper.ton; second-class at £2 to £3; now: Income offorod at £2 to £2 10s; oaten hay, £3 to £4; wheaten hay, scarco, at £3 10s; mnizo sells fairly well to-day at 2s Gd to , 2s 8d per bushel, for shipping parcels: Victorian potatoes sell at £3. per ton ; nq Huntor River in tlio mar ket; host butter, in keg, 6d por lb ; cliecso, 4d to 7d ; eggs, lid to Is ;per dozen bncon,,-rld to Gdperlb ; hams, lOd to Is; honey, 3Jd; lard, i 3Jd to 5d ; bGeswax.,9d; fowls, 3s Gd to 4s per pair; ducks,. 5s to. -5s Gd; geose, 7s; cock turkeys,- 14s lion ditto,- 7s. ,'I'ho inarkofc for breadstuffs continues vory firm.- Bosti Sydnoy mill flour sells at £14 to £14 10s por ton; liousoliold, £13 to £13- 10s; seconds, £12; country brands, £14 ; Adolaido flour, £14 to £14 j 10s. Bran and pollard, :1s 2d por bushel;

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A Spurious Shorthorn. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

A Sjini'ivuN gliortliorn, . Ax interesting case boaring.upoh tho short horn mania lias just boon: triod at Gloucester Assizes.- A' bull was exhibited at' the annual shorthorn show at Birmingham, in 1875, as by Grand Patriot out of Graceful. The animal was, of course, supposed to bo of this distinguished parentage oil both sides, and sk-illed judges awarded . it the first }Dme.; Mr. Henry Allsop saw tho bull, and bought it for tho sum of 115 guineas. So far, how ever, from the bull having the iivo success- i ivo crosses necossary to . Qiititlo him to bo I considered a. bull of high -degreo,- it -was I proved conclusively, that this prizo -winner. Grand Patriot II., was only by a pedigree bull by an ordinary cow. Mr. Allsop, how over, was quito satisfied with liis purchase,^ and the bull bocamo:part of his liord. ? A? a result hois now tlio happypossossor of some 7b calves, whoso grandmother is an ordinary cow, and is likely to add anothor 58 to the: number of these : lo'w-casto beast...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

SL,«6€AX.SS.TTJSIL£LiS«il3aT€S. Meuoo Public School. — Messrs. W. Cooko and S. Tiuibs havo lioen appointed additionnl mombors of- tho Board of tho Moroo Public school. , :?? -, ' .... ''?.?: I'''.- ?? Nowra: Public School. — Mr. ? William i Nicholson lias boon appointed temporarily to this school, for tho purpose of being: trained as a tenchor under the Council of Education. ? Nowra , Municipal ..GonxoiL.-r.Tho usual mooting of the Nowra Municipal Council lapsed on Tuesday night for want of a quorum, tlio aldormon prosont being'' the Mayor1 and Mr. Gray. ...... ? ? ,? . ? . ? Mr: ? Ibels' Coxceht. — It is notified in tho prosont issuo that Mr. Ibels; of Kowrii, intends giving one of his popular ontortainmonts at Torrara on tlio night of the 10th proximo. Tlio appearance of tho programme will enable our readers to judge of its attraction. . Srnixo Snow. — Wo would romind intending exhibitors at the Spring Show of our local Association, which is to. take place next Mon day wook, tliat...

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Betting at Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

?'Betting at Saccs. ?; | In Atlio Assembly of- South. Australia (tlio 'Eegister' reports), Mr. Bean moved, — 'That a rej)ort bo obtained, from the Com missioner of Police, and-laid on tlio tablo of this House showing tlio probable effects' 'of tho bill now bel'oro the House to. remedy some; of tho ovils- arising from betting at racos.' Tlio motion was carried, and had been anticipated by tho Commissioner of Police, as the Treasurer was ablo to lay the following report upon the table without delay: — 'Iu my opinion tlio vise of tho totalizator on racecourses would havo a beneficial effect, inasmuch . as it .would tend to preclude to a great '-oxtent tho system of betting which has hitherto prevailed at races, and has beon practised by professional bookmakers. 'To guard against improper use boing made of the instrument tho person using it should bo under the control of tho stowaras ot the races, or the owner or lease holder of tho racecourse, who would doubt less prevent any chicanery...

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Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

SlionHiavcii Itegatta Clu!s. . . The annual meeting of tho Slioalhaven Regatta C'lub was held at Host Woller's Nuinba li'otel on tho night ofWedaesday last, thp 22nd instant. Present— the President (F. W. 4'latt, Esq.) in the chair, Yice-Presidonts R. Finlaysoii and R. -Locming, and Messrs. Z. Bice, !JR. J. Hinder, James Kennedy, 0. R. Lovegi-pvo, — Scivers, W. Terrv. John Weller. and J. Maclean. : Tho niinutos of jirevious meeting having lioon: rood and -confirmed,' ; ' . Tho meeting' proceeded ty tho olcction of officers and coiiimitteo for tho ctasuing year, with tho undermentioned result : P/itron — D. Horry, Esq., of Coolangatta ; President — F. AY. Flatt; Vice-Presidents— R.lfinlayson, R. Learning;: nnd'. James Pyan ; Secretary— P. Hall ; Treasurer— R; J. Hinder ; Committeo (including tho officers as ex officio members) — G. Armstrong (Crook huvon), Z. ,.BiC0 (Comerong), J. T. Dixon (Jfumba); Jos. Glauvillo (Cambowarra), 0. R. Lovegrovo (Teri-ara), Jus. 'Kennedy and A. ISf'TiC...

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Scandal in High Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Scandal in filigBt liif'c. Foil some weeks past the fasliionablo world has talked of but little else saVo tlio torriblo ' esclandro ' in connection with your now governor's son-in-law, polonol tlio Hon. Prank Arthur AVollosloy, of tlio Coldstreaui Guards, wlio, despiso a charming wifo aud historic name, has scandalised society by oloping with a popular theatiucal beauty and donsouso named Ivato Vauglian. Colonel 'Wellosloy was a rising- man, ' and had hold moro than ono first-class appointment in the diplomatic service. By way of return for some important assistance rendered tho Con servative party by Ilis relations, ho was a few years ago promoted ..over tho heads of scores of somors to tho post of British mili tary attache at St. Petersburg. . This gavo great oftenco, and soveral awkward ques tions wero asked in Parliament, to which, however, tne Govornment replied that Colonel Wellesley appeared to bo tlio right mail for tho place, and that thero ho would stay. Eventually tho Col...

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

S£ioa5h:jvem A. »fe 50. Assoeint3»:i. The Committeo of tho above-mentioned Associa tion met at tho Council Chamber. Torrara, on tho evening of Thursday last. Present— tho Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. Lovegrovo (in -tlio chair) and Jus Ryan; Mr. '? John 'M1 Arthur, .Secretary ; and Messrs. VS'. . Konnody, .James Jjainond, C. Murray, V. Robson, M.' Walker, and John Watson.; ;'r.; The minutes of '.previous, meeting ;w*ero i'oad and confirmed. . ' ' ' . . . - CORRESI'ONDKNCE. Inwards consisted of letters as follows : 1. From A. B. Browu. secretary to tho trosli meat, exportation nioveniont at, Svdney (m roplv to one from. Mr. M' Arthur), intimating that no arrangements hud boon mado lor the reception of. butter in tho cooled room ot the s.s, ' Sthrathlovon that, lie was of opinion that only meat would b.? taken, and that its conveyance to tho English, market in; a fresh state would probably satisfy tlio, committee that butter could likewise lie couvovcd m a fresh state. 2.' From Jus'. P....

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The Scrubyard Rush. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

... - Tlae Swubyard It.usli. Ox Saturday last, Mr. Lainont Young, Govorn- I mont. geological survoyor, proceeded to Scrub- I yard in pursuance of instructions from tho | Minister for Minos. His roport, telegraphed to Sydnoy on Monday, is as follows : — ' About 250 I .men aro on.tho ground;, two shafts on auriforous wash bottomed about oight months ago, distant about throe-quarters of a milo from each othor ; ono 90ft deop, total yiold of throe and threo ? quarters --loads reported as, loz ldwt 12grs wash; somewhat olayoy. with black sand and quartz pebbles 'iSin thick; 34ft wido. Tho other shaft ?70ft deep, total 'yield of throb loads reported as lodwtswash, vory clayey, with black sand, 12in thick. In both cases sinking dry bedrock, decomposed slato, and driving on wash vory limited. Want of water storage. Pour other shafts bottomed, shallow, and no wash.' ??- Nows , camo into town on Tuesday that Webster, Dale, and party's claim had bottomed at, a dopth of 81 foot, and that tho wa...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Bhoalltaveu Shipping XutclUffeucc. I ARRIVALS. October 22. — Hunter fa.), from Sydnoy. ,, 23. — Moceya/ (schr.V from Sydney. ,, 25. — Illawarfa (s.), from Sydney. 1 }, 27. — Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy. ,, 28. — Promise (ketch), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. - October 23. — Hunter (s.),^£pr Sydney. . ,, 24. — Promise (ketch), for Kiama. . „ 27. — Illa-n'arra (s.$ for Sydney. EXPORTS. Per Hunter (s.), Captain Walker, on the 23rd October, 1879. To Sydney J 360 kegs butter, 94 piga, 51 cheeses, Go bags maizo, 13 coops and boxes poultry, 50 cases eggs, 13 calves, 1 cow, 6 bags bacon, 4 packages loathor, 2 cases bacon, 2 hides, 1 bale wool, 1 case cheese, and sundries. To Kiama: 16 bigs maize, 1 bag oysters;, To , Wollongong: 22 bugs maize, 1 trunk, 1 bag hides. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on the 27th 1 October, 1879. To Sydney : 56 bags maizo, 29 kegs and 1 case butter, 11 pigs', 10 packages bacon, 1 horso, 1 1 cases efcgs, 6 packagos leather, 1 cask tallow. T(J»KiamA: 2 o. casks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

lllawjjfi'jj gtoam C«iaagjtasBy. . .;.- . STEAM Jill'S TIMJi TAJ) LH. JP E 0 M S 11 0 A L II A V 13 N, Monday, it n.na. Tlisii'silay, 8 a.ui. R110M SYDNEY, Tucmlay ami Fri«lay, at 11 pan. All moals supplied during tlio passngos of' fcbo steauieis 1'iqo oi' charge. ? Tho Steam Droghors, undercharge of Captain Buchanan; mo always plying on tho Shoalhavon k Bivor in '.connection with tlio Sydney 'srtraiinors. 33. MANInINO. SUn^isIi, Mtisli, awl Ansivaliuii ? Cliartci'ctl ISnnli. A BBANCIT of litis Bunk is now OPEN ut J\.' NOWliA, Shoalhavon,- in temporary ])romisos,:for tlio transaction of alllisual bank ing business. - ' JOHN- BOWLING, ;V'': ?. !- lIanngor..V Sydney, utli June, 1878. ;W»irtc«l': *«?' -»e . K«i©:wn. ? ~\\7~ JONES, .''Collins-stTcot, : ICiama, . lias M.'» ; Horses and Vehicles FOB HIBE. Ho is prepared to rim' .between Wollongong and Ulladulln. ?.!??. „ ? ? .- Also, that ho is a cnsh'purchaser ol' Hides and skins in any quantity. Mr/W'. 'C. XXMG, V.; ?S O LIC I TO R , &a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

By tlio purport of tlio letters of Mr. Brown, nnd of Lamb & Co., rend at tho- committee : mooting of the A. & H. Assoeintton last Thursday, it would appear that there is but . a remote chancoof any quantity of -Illawarra : or Shoalliaven butter getting to tho English mnrlcet by the Strathloven. Mr. Brown is directly interested in tlio shipment of meat, and it is not very likely or probable that ho will interestliimsolf to any extent in estab lishing an? export trade for the staple product of the -South Coast. ? Messrs. Lamb Co., ns agents of tlio proprietors or' charters of tho Strnthleven, would' doubtless bo more likely to accede to, the request of the : committee in its repre : soritntivo capacity, but.;, unfortunately no application has been mado to them by tlio committeo, and so far as its action went last Thursday, no application is likely to lio . made, v' As wo have suggested on previous 'n'nra.cinnE. V, .,„1 1,,,, ii ,1,1 ? ? 1 _ tl, „ ucuusiuuo, appinjaiiiu...

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Calendar for October—Nov. MOON'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Calendar for October— Kov. | Moon's Age. ? Last quarter ? . ? ? 7th, at 4.0 p.m. New Moon ....... . 14th, at 10.43 a.m. First quartor ...... 21st.,. at 5.0 a.m. . Full . Moon .....: i . 29th, .at 7;2 a.m. j- — Sua'- — i v I HigliwatoratShoal ? -Q v : Rises. .. Sots.-' } - ?? haven Heads. ii. jr. ii. ji. I . a. ji. : p. -jr. 30 5 4 6 24 -7 55 8 12 31 5 3 6 25 . 8 03 '8 48 . 1 5 2 6 26 ' 9 7 9 25 2 5 1 6 27 ,9 44 10 3 . :3 5 0 6 2R 10 22 10 41 ; '4 ' ? 5 59 6 29 11 1 11 22 ? 5- 5 58 : C 30 I 1134 ? AND SIIOALIIA YEN ADVERTISER. Published every Xlmrsilay Horning. THURSDAY. . OCTOBER 30. 1879. ?

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THE WOLLONGONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

'THE WOLLONGONG ItAOES. : . ' In rofraining from publishing ; a report of : tho Wollongong races in this instance; wo deem it our duty to givo our readers a short bxplana ... tion of ' the reason why.' During the last two yoars tho Turf Olub, ; iu its collectiyo wisdom, has seen lit to ignoro tho local Press and peoplo of this district in connection with tho publication of tho programmes of tho races. Thoso aro tho first instances in which such aii extraordinary courso has been pursued within tho twonty-four years the Mercury has boon in oxistouco. As rogards tho withholding from us of tho moro nominal amounts usually paid for such pro grammes, wo caro nothing about it, but.wb1 do caro for tho withholding from tho people of this district of the information to which thoy aro justly entitled at tho hands of tho Turf Olub. Of the inhabitants of Illawarra; a vory, largo majority tako a deop and livoly interest in horso racing. Such being tho . fact, this considerable portion of tho comm...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Wollongong Press and Calico Posters. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

' MISCEOjAjVEO&JS. 1 The Wollongong; Press anil Calico Fosters. ? Tills under-quoted paragraphs from tho Wollon gong Press woighs vory fairly tho ques tion of ? tho parsimonious ; rag . publication adopted by certain raco clubs, that of Wollon gong it seems not excopted. Wo commend tho article to the attention of. Shoalhavon sporting men,, and especially to thoso .who' havo boon instrumental in adopting a liko mode of publi cation Lore : — . 'TIIETUIU'CLTJU. ?? ?:? ? We deem it a duty wo owe to our subscribers and tlio public, to explain tho reason which has induced us to adopt tho rather unusual ? courso of omitting to 'givo a roport of tho annual ? races;,' hold . yestorday; and to-day. Wo may' promiso that last year wo took exception to the action of tho Turf Olub in declining to patronize tho local- papers for advertising tho programme and other matters connected with the- annual mooting.- Tho protest tlion mado was attended to this year to somo. extent, inasmuch as: a ....

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Shipment of Meat to England. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Shipment oflHeat to England. An influential mooting of gontlemon representing pastoral anil commercial intorosts, was. held -yesterday,, at the oxchaDgo, to consider a project for a, shipment of meat to England, by the Strathlovan,. under tho Boll and Coloman.or dry air procoss of : preservation. Tho Hon. G. H. Cox, , M.L.O., was in, tlio .chair. A general - ? statomout' of tho - vessel's appliances, and of tho , circumstancos undor which slio was sent out to. Australia, was mado by Mr. A. H. Brown, who . adduced roports aud othor ovidonco of tho success of . tho dry air process.' All that was asked of tho colony :was that: it should at its .own risk mako a shipment , of 300 quarters of beef, aud 100: carcases of mutton; But it was thought that tlio: '.only practicable modo of dealing with tho subject 'was by raising a fund. £(it)0 was said to lie. sufficient; . but to covor all exigencies, it was considered dasirnblo to raiso £1000. Thei'o was a general coucurronco in tho proposal,...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

aiis-3^a;jLAiirjEs«.«Js. : ? Storms at Wellington. — A very heavy 4 westerly ' buster' ragod last night, aiid 'unroofed somo of tho liousos near the toivn, playing havoc with tho verandahs. Thoro was also heavy thunder and rain.. Tho municipal council also had a stormy evening last night. Tho proceed ings woro very rough.— Saturday's Evening News. ? The Abohigines.— On Friday morning a doputation waited upon' tlio Hon. tho Colonial Socrotary, to present a petition, and to ask tlio Government to make somo provisions l'or tlio establishment or a 'station where tho aborigines of tho colony might bb taken, and their physical arid moral wolfaro properly looked after. Sir Henry Parkos .promised 'to give, the subject tlio best consideration lie could, and in all proba bility invito tlio Legislature to deal with it in somo practical'form. ; AVoli.ongong.— Friday.— Tho Circuit Court opened yesterday, boforo Mr. Justice Macfar lnud, and finishod - to-day, thoro being only six cases. Michaol M...

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POETRY. The Land of Long Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

? ? : POETRY. The Land off' Long; Ag;o. We've tvoddon ragged -ways, old fviqnd, .. . Siiico childlioocVs buoyant yuuvs, Our paths now brightly arched with hopo, Now dark with clouds and tears ; But looking hack o'er time and change, Tho fairest land we know Lies bath'd in mornings rosy light — The Land of Long Ago. When there how distant far appeared To us the glow of noon ! What eager, earnest glances turned To days that came too soon ! Ay, came too soon, with earnestness, With struggles, triumphs, woe ; With gravo, calm words and thoughtful smiles, Tho ghosts of Long Ago. Our frionds,. dear frionds of vanished years ! ?Their 'mem'ry haunts us yot, Like fragments of somo sweet old song ; Tho heart can ne'er forgot. Thoir kindly words woro music's tone, Thoir eyes had friendship's glow ; But ah! thoir'smilcs beam faintly now From far-off Long Ago. Wo'vo climbed lifo's hard, rough hill, old friond, Wo'ro passing down its slope; Boliind us lies a weary road, Boforo tho Land of Hopo. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

/jM'OTTAGE vLaziio Apply ;IU to joiin .\['.'|ii'.ru i;ji. F«» S:»!e, A 'DOO-CA^nn. -J0tltNESS, .nearly now, JfiL- .wild iu flrefcch ^Pfiilor. JOHN 'SOHADEL, Nowra. ? ? ? ? r'Hl'WO 'PIANOS, 3Cond-hand, in tirst-class .JL ? order. Apfl.v 'A m7 c filmms, .. TTroicssor of Musio, ;?../. ' ? _ , , . Nowra. j ALL Nos; WIHE N A I'L S, 3d pen. 1 i. lb. jl , ' ? ,J7G HEEN, ' . . ?? ..... ^?—??-Bost Ofllco Storo, ? : '-Nowi'a. SACRED bONCEiRT, S Fyfi'ce.SablhntfH wcBio.ol Saiig'img .CHiSSU ? - : rfniE members /or -tho above class,. Jj cnniliiclcil liy A r. A. ROUKIM'SON, with tbe.assistaiico of som - FriciKjji, intend giving a §&ere« . £k».icert X \ Tn*\ r Y It in?' S ( II 0 O'L B.-0 O M, . ? . ON ffliflSs .'fFlmiv d»y) -JSvcMamg, OCT( 13 E 11 3 0, hi Aid -;/' ll i Sabbath School. MR. MABRACK v illnlso.EXniBITMAGIC LANTERN AHEAVS on tho-occasion. Admission: 'Is; Chi Iron undor 12 yoars,'Gd. Doors opon at 7, co commonco nt 7.1)0. - A. M. MiL13AN, ' .Hon.Soc. Pvroo, ? October 17, S7!). ^...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. Same Day—Same Bench. Jacob Morschel v. John Boyd. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

aisouBhuveiiCcnu-toi' Saino-.Day — Saino Bench. , Jacob Morselicl v. John Boyd. Mr. Richards appearod for lilaintilt. i This was au notion' to recover tlio sum of £l, -i being tlio value of a liorso and side-saddle illegally dotainod by defendant. ? ? Plea, not indobted, having purchasod the horso iind saddle from Moflitt. The ovidonco ol plaintiff, -who is a s|iooinakor at Cainbewarra, wont to show that aftor tlio sale ot tLio e fleets ot Mr. Alollltt wnicn took place at Cainbewarra on Saturday, tho 18th instant, lie wont to Mrs. Jfoflitt-, and offered her a price for her liorso and siilo-saddle, which had been reserved at tho sale ; they owed him money, and ho was desirous to get paid ; she' would not accept his oll'or tlion ; on the following day (Sunday) she enmo to his jilaco and said sho would aceop this offer': ho wont to C'ruickshanks'. took possession : of tlio liorso mid saddle, and gave Mrs. Ifoffitt tho balance over . What was owing to him, and slio gayo him a receipt ; ...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 28. (BEFORE their Worships H. G. Moreton, B. Brown, and John Glanville, Esqs.) SLANDER. Edmund Hawker and Wife v. Thos. Musgrave and Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

gliOHlhavuu Mice Court. ? , Tuesday. October. 28. :? ' ' (Before thoir AVorsliips H. ,G. Moroton, B; ; ? '? Brown, and; John Glauvillo, 'Esqs.) :----v.v.-:| SLVNOER. ;? Edmund Hawkor and Wit'o v.Thos. Musgravo' i , and Wife. The, plaint in. this ease; sot ; forth that on tho ;17th instant Mrs. Musgravo cliargod r: complain ants with having roiuovod- sound oggs from i undor defendant's lion, and placing rotton oggs in tho nest, ;whoroby dofondants' cliaractor was slandorod, arid. thoy olaimod £10 as damagos. 1 . i ?Dofondant plended not indobted — novor having I usod tho wonls. ' , , Mr.: Richards appoarod for plaintiffs. ? From .the ovidonco of Mrs. Hawker.-.' Jano Somorfiold, and Henry Tory — a lad— it appeared thut. a dispute aroso botwoon tho inulo dofon dant^and Mrs. Hawkor rospoctirig ? two fires; which were alight noar his proiriiso?, and which ho-: promised ondangorod his property ; 'that during the disputation Mrs. Musgravo sang out the words complained of from the gate near...

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