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Kiama and Butter Exportation. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Kiama and ESuttur Exportation. I „Wb. understand. -.a lively; interest is: taken by some of tho loading dairymou of Kiaina in tho question of oxporting butter, to Btigliiud. Mr. : Dymock, of -: Jumboroo, though not directly interested in tlio industry, has taken 'a spirited part in the inovomont, and lias subscribed £5 a s his shuro in tho cost of shipmont. Wo give below the viows of Mr. 'Honor, - whoso opinion is of -.valuo ' as :of a dairyman wlioso success is duo to his energy nnd skill. No doubt ho is right in advising tlio Kiama socioty to sujieiTiso the clioico aud preparation of tlio suinplo to bo sont, as doubtless thoro aro thoso who would bo willing to send butter, which, is -not very, aecoptable 111 tlio colonial, not to spoak of tlio English, markot. Tho proverbial valuo of first iinprossions holds as good in this as in other mattors, and our future success will depend on tho appoarunco tho qual ity of- tho' first consignment will make in the homo market. By our English:...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven at the Garden Palace. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 30 October 1879

Slioalliwcn lit the Kardcn Pala,«c, It will bo gratifying to our readers to learn that although othor efforts to placo boforo tho ivorld tlio industrial progross of this district, togothor ivitli its '.-resources,. 'have failed, our i'l-iond, Mr. Homy Moss, of Groonhills, has succcoded in making a most intorostiug and valuable collec tion of exhibits, M'oprcsouting tho primitive life: of tho aburiginos .of. this district, and tho indi /gonous products of' its' soil.!; ; .Th6':'lattbr .will; be ? of . special intorest, as boing comprised of much .that has hitherto passod: unnoticed, and :wliich' will probably provo that not a few- of our . indi- ! gonous plants ombraco properties of high com- I morcial valuo. As a wholo,: the collection will I be.of niiich value, 'and a credit not only to Mr. Moss but to Shoalhavon..; Some of tlio oxhibits i havo boon convoyed to- Mr; -Moss '.'a distance of i thirty miles, and' altogbthor. its complotion lias i beon oxponsivo; and tronblosomo. ' Tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

'No pont up Utica contrnots our powors' may bo truly, said of 0110 of tho most invaluablo preparation of modorn timos, for its sales ai 0 not confined to any particular sphoro, butoxtond ovor all tho quarters of tho globe. Ordors aro boing constantly rocoived from remote -soctions, and its oxport constitutes 0110 of tho staples of our trado. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curntivo properties lntVo boon translated into all languagos, and thoro is 110 portion of tlio world wliero Udolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatio Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Df.w of the Alps. — Tho world outside of Europe having discovered that tliia palatable tonic liquor is tho finest inviporant extant, the domaud for it in tho West Indies, South America and Australia has literally bocomo enormous. It is strango for hundreds of yoars so wondorful an appetizer and stomachic should liavo boon comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and tho thanks of millions aro duo to Messrs. M. Moss and Co., ...

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LONDON. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

LONDON. November 3. . Tolegrams from Vienna state that it is believed in ;-tho event of the Sultan failing to execute ? reforms in Turkey, the present ruler will be doposod in favour of his brothor, Mohamed Besched, who would bo better under the control of 'tlio Groat Powors. Bussia upholds tho pro sent Sultan. — Borlin telegrams in the Standard state that a financial crisis at Stnmboul is impending. Tlio Porto intends raising a loan on the security of custom's returns, and ignores provious mortgages. — Tho Cabinet is discussing tho proposed transfer of the island of Ormasso (?) to England. — Tho English municipal(?) elections have resulted in a signal victory for tho Liberals:. — Turkey yields to England in tho matter of now administration of affairs. — Tho emigration of English colliors to Australia is complotoly stopped.

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Narrow Escape from Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Karrow iJSseaibe i'roin UlrowiiinK. Ox Tueeday ovoning lust, two young mon in tho employ of Mr. J. Millor, J.P., aftor thoy' had finished thoir day's work wont dowii to the usual bathing place on Nurrawallco Crook to oiijoy a dip. Both young mon, Thos. Ifondor and Joan , Maddon, wont into tho water and began swim ming, and in a short time Maddon1 missed his companion, who was not a good swimmer,' and at onco swam down tlio creek about fifty yards, feeliiig.his way occasionally to find Ponder, at last lie camo upon him and had to|divo to bring him to tho surfaco ; this dono, Maddon managed by dint of groat exertions to. bring his comrade to laud, but in almost a doad stato. Tho youug follow nothing daunted porsovorod in rubbing and rolling young Pondor until animation was but partially, restorodj W'hoi^ another difficulty, presented itsolf, how to got Pondor home'? Aftor a good deal of work ho succeeded at last in getting'him on ? horsobnek,. but as soon as ho reached Mr.- Millor's h...

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Commercial Intelligence. Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Commercial Intelligence. Sydney, 'Wednesday, 5 p.m. Adelaide and city mill brands of superfine flour aro quoted at £14, and othor grades in prc^iortion. The hay offering on tho wharfs is generally of a very inferior quality and commands little sale, though the small quantity thoro is of tolerable quality soils well at quotations. Old lucemo hay is quotod at from ±3 to £3 5s., and newqualities £2 10s. to £2 15s. Maize is slightly improved, and is quotod up to 2s. 7d. for primo. Potatoes meet with fair 'demand at low rates. Onions are worth from £10 to £11 per ton; butter, 4d. to Gd. per lb.; honey, 2d. to 3d. ; choose, ad. to 8.1. ; bacon, 4d. to Gd. ; lard, 3d. to 5d. ; beeswax, 5d. to 8d. ; eggs, 9d. to lOd. per dozen. Othor lines aro unaitored.

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Lady Vogel saves a Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Jbady Vogrel saves a liife. I Undeb tho head of ' Exciting Scono,' tho ' Morning Post ' givos particulars of a roscuo from drowning by Lady Yogol of a young lad wlio had fallon ovorboaritfrom a boat in Falmouth Harbour. Sir Julius and Lady Yogel wero staying at the time at Falmouth, for which town Sir Julius is to be-a candi date at tho next oloctiou. Tho ' Post ' says — 'A few days sinco a lad 'named Morri fiold, belonging to the Cockatoo, yacht, Captain Yersturmo, R.N., landod tho cap tain on Weir Beacli, iii Falmouth Harbour, and in the absence of his master had pusliod out in tho purit, seating himself on the gun wale, and had sculled off into about throo fathoms of wator, when liis pfiddlo slipping out of tho sculling liolo lio lost his balanco and fell ovorboard. As tho dad was sinking, Lady Yogol, in hor boat from Grroatwood on lior way to Dovoran Kegatta, with hor boat man, EobertBato, and her threo littlo sons as boat's- crow, camo in sight round tlio | southern point of We...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

LOCAL IATTI3IiM&E3VCJB. ? Greexwell Point Coaches. — 'Wo aro re quested to call attontion to tho alteration which has been made' in tho time-table of thoso coaches, as per advertisomont. SrniNO Show. — Wo would again romind intending exhibitors that entries for the A. & H. Association's Spring Show closes this day. Particulars may ho seen by advertisement. Insolvency. — A mooting of creditors for tho proof of debts in tho insolvent estate of Patrick ? ICelly, ofljumba, farmor, was announcod to bo hoard befok-o tho District Commissioner (W. Lbvogrove, Esq.), at tho Court Houso, 'Nowra, on Thursday last, tho 30th ultimo, but in tho absence of tho insolvent tho mooting was, with the consent of the creditors present, adjourned till this day (Thursday), at 10 p.m. Concert. — Wo havo boon requested to' direct tho attontion of roaders to the programmo of Mr. Ibols' concert, which is announced to tako plaeo on Monday night at Torrara ; and to add that Mr. Jnmos -Armstrong ha...

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Abolition of Landlords. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

[?] , ~ .' ? -s Ikelaxd has furnished tho chief subject of interest relating to home politics: . Tlio obstructionists, Messrs. lJarnoll, Big'gur, and O'Connor Power liavo commenced a crusado in favour of tho abolition of land ?lords. It is an essentially Irisli^dream, but it is not unaccompanied '-with dtul^er, for.it has raised many seditious cries among those who have listoned to tho harangues otjjieso gontlemen, and demands to ' shoot tlio landowners' liavo grootod Mr. Parnoll's remarks without tho slightest protest on tho part of the lion, member. ~Miv Parnoll has not encouraged such cries ; but though ho is a magistrate lio . has done nothing to pre vent- thom, or to provent his audience hissing the-montion of the numo of^the Queen. Even the ' Spectator ' does not (improve of a member of Parliament standing 'citlmy by while an Irish mob shouts W1 assassination ; but, inasmuch as it limits its complaints to Mr. Parnell's 'tactical blunder,' the spec tacle of such romarkablo -jou...

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Pyree Presbyterian Sabbath School. SACRED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Pyree Presbyterian Sabbatli School. SA011ED CONCERT. As announcod, a concert of saercd music was givou by a numbor of lady and gontlomon ama teurs at tho Public school-room, Pyree, on tho night of tho 30th ultimo. Tho night being line, thoro was a largo attendance. J. Green, Esq., Mayor of Nowra, occupied tho chair ; and thoro being, as ho romarkod, a long programmo before , them, ho merely introduced tho proceedings by a fow preliminary romarks. 'l'lio programmo was thon takon as under : ' Who's on tho Lord's sido ;' ' Joy in sorrow ;' ' Josus, lovor of my soul;' ' Homo over thoro ;' 'Marching toZion;' 'Hallelujah, 'tis done;' 'Yield not to temptation ;' 'Giro mo tho wings;' 'Whoro hast thou gleaned, etc. ;' ' Boom among tho angels;' 'I am praying for you;' 'To tho work;' ' Tho half was never told;' 'AYhoro aro tho reapers.;' 'It is well;'. 'Homo* at last;' 'Wolcoino to glory;' round, 'Good night.' ... .!' : Mr. Marrack, of Nowra, exhibited his magic lantom viows, consisting of sub...

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Desperate Encounter with an Old Man Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

IR^pcrntc Eiicomitcr with an Old Man Diangai'oo. On Thursday last as Mr. Laurence Lyons of Mifldle Arm was out riding aftor stock ho ospied a monstor kangaroo, and boiug well mounted and having, liis ''dogs with him ho immediately gavo chase ; but the marsupial preferred bailincr-up vto being; pursued and jumped into a waterholo close 'by. Mr. Lyons at onco dismounted to rondor assist ance to the dogs, and when tho ' boomer ' saw this ho mado off for doejier water, but not before ho was attacked by tho dogs, ono of which clung to his car, keeping a firm liold; but tho kangaroo ditl not seem to care niuch for tho handicap, aiTho hofipod away at his easo with the dog clinging tip liirn, and on his way to the rivor lie jumped ?? a fthroe railed fonco and was in the wator onco moro. Lyons; to savo his dog from boing drowned-, attacked tho kangaroo with a stick; but the stick broko, and tlio enraged marsupial caught Lyons by the wrist and draggod him into tho water, :aj dopth of four foo...

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Pastor Chiniquy at Shoalhaven. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

i Pastor CMniquy at Sltoal - iiaven. ? Tire Bevi 0; Chiniquy arrived at Shoalhavon by steamor on Wednesday, tho 29th ultimo, and was escorted by a numbor of Orangomon and Protestant friends to the Town Hail, Torrara, whore ho was presonted with an address of wol coino, read-by. Mr. J. T. DixOn, W.M. of Torrara L. O. L., No. 70, which the Pastor acknow ledged in api)ropria,to torms. ?; . On tho evening of tho same day ho lectured to a\ ; numerous audienco at tho Prosbyterian Church, Nowra, on the subject of his conversion from- Bomanism to Protestantism. - The , chair was occupied -by the Bev. J.Hargravo, Incum bent of tho Anglican Church: of Shoalhavon ; and on tho platform woro tho Bov. If. A. Corner (Wosleyan Minister of Shoalhavon), and Mr. J. I'. Dixon. .. ? . v . ? After praiso and -.prayer, ? tlio rov. chairman said, in reference to the position ho occupied that evening, that when ho had undertaken its duties hq was tlio only protostant minister in the dis- I trict; the others...

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Mr. Dalley's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

? . - '' ? ' fllr. JWaHey's Lcctui'v. The ' Australasian ' of to-day (Saturday) says :- — ' In glancing through the stupen dously long lecture delivered last week in Sydney by Mr. W. B. Dalloy, and marking the eloquoncy and : brilliancy and ..wit; with which he deals with tlio representatives of tho secular education principle, tlio thought, will: force -.itself, on tlio mind how; admirable 'a speech Mr. Dalley could tijive made on the other side, and in how mSfeterly a way he-could have exposed^-hatl- ft; been his province to do so, tlio singular assumption on which the Catholio claims aro wholly founded. . Mr. Dalloy's intellebt'is too lucid .and trenchant for liirn to bo'unconcious of the very strango circumstance,1 unparalleled j in dialectics, and to make out oven'a' sliadow of a case he has to adopt the principles of his opponents — principles, that are banned and denouncod by his own Church. He cannot bo insensible to the .incongruity of his argument with the fact that in no ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

JLckiajji AND SIIOALIIA VEN ADVERTISER. Fulilislieil every Thursday Moriiing. THUR&DAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

IlIawaiTii S-««sn JiTuviigMiliion Cu»i|t»»y. STEAMElfS TIME TA1ILE. . ? 'P R 0 M S II 0 A 1, II A Y 13 N, , . iWoiuliiy, (i as.iit. Dlmrsday, S a.m., PROM SYDNEY, ? ? Tuchjlaj and Fiirtay, »1 JJl [-.»». j All moiils supplied (luring tho passages of-, tlio ' steamois fice ol' chargo. Tho Steam Droghoi-s, under chargo of Captain- 1 Buchanan, lira always plying on tlio Shoalliavon River in connection with tho Sydney st-minorn. i 13. MANNING. v ?? MvuKiNli, Jiiul AiiMwilinii Cliiirtcrcd Itiuili. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OP. UN at i ±\_ NOWHA, 'Slion-lhnvon, in temporary i promisos,1 for the -transaction of all-usual bank ing business. -- ?' JOHN DOWLING, Manager. : ! Sydney, 5tli Juno, 1878. . ? Wanted do 8ns . Known.- ? ~\JT JONES, Collins-street, Kiama, 1ms YV .. Horses and Vehicles J?OB lEOUS. Ho is proparcd to run between Wollongong iind Ulladnlla. Also, that ho is a cash imrchasor of Hides and ekins in any (pinntity./ . - v.; ' ! ', Mr. ,W. C. KING, s o l i c. i tor, & ...

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SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

SYDNEY. ? 'Wednesday, 4 r.jr. In tho Assembly last night, Mr. Boseby drew attention to tlio treatment o£ buttor oxhibits from tho South Coast at tho Exhibition; and the rocoption such oxhibits mot with at tho hands of tho Exccutivo Commissioner, Mr. Patrick Jennings, who had withdrawn awards for such produce, and in othor ways broke faith with parties iutcrosted in tho representa tion of tho Coast districts at tho Exhibition. Sir H. Parkes in reply admitted that some unaccountable bungling had been made in rofor encb to that and other matters at the Exhibi tion, and promised that ho would not allow another day to pass without instituting an inquiry. Melbourne Baces. — Bailway Stakes : Mor cury, 1 ; Columbus, 2 ; Callor-ou, 3. Timo, 2. minutes 41- seconds. — Kensington Stakes : Bospito, 1 ; Dover, 2 ;?? Totalisatoiy . 3. — Cup : Darvall, ;1 ; -.Sweetbread,- 2 ; , Suwarrow, 3.— Darlington-Stakes ; Tocal, 1 Canard, 2 ; . Bril liant; 3.-^-Yan-Yean r Stakos :;- Yass -Bob,; 1 ;i. Lawyer, ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. KIAMA. WEDNESDAY, 6.21 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Telegraphic Intelligence. ? -[from: OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] , KIAMA. : ? Wednesday, 6.21 p.m. At tho mooting of delegates hold in the Agricultural Society's rooms, tho President, Mi?. D. L. Dymock, occupied the chair. Tlio delegates present represented Shoalhnven, 'Wollongong, Dnpto, and Burrawang, and thoro were a numbor of the most influential residents of the district present. The iirst resolution carried was in favour of a contral market-place for tho sale of butter in Sydney ; second, that tho commission ageuts be asked; to co-operate for tho purpose of carrying out tho object; third, that a Secretary bo appointed, and that in the event of the agents co-operating a committee consisting of one delegate from eacli association, bo appointed to confer with them. A resolution was carried in favour of asking the I.S.N. Co. to run a steamer at night for the better conveyance of butter in tho summer months. The Ulla . dulla delegates failed to put in an appear ance.

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Washing Clothes at the Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Washing Clothes at the Extiibition. Last Monday a trial was mado in ono of tlio machinery sheds, of ono of 'Woltor and Ecliborg's washing machines, in tho presoneo of a numbor of visitors, among whom woro I tlio mayor of Sydnoy (Mr. 0. J. Roberts), Mr. JolinDavies, M.L.A., Mr. John Hurley, M.L.A., Mr. Charles Potter, of tlio Govern ment printing ofRco ; Mr. Boal, Quoonsland Government printer, and othor gontlemon ; also a largo numbor of ladies, who especially took a keen interest ? in tlfo proceedings. Tho maohino is small nud\miWBntly simplo ; the principle and working o\t c*i bo learned in five minutes, and it can mo inpnnged, as it was for a short timo on Monday, by oven a little girl. It is mado of galvanised iron, and in tho shapo it is something liko a small barrel, with conical ends. It is hung' in a light iron frame, and balanced so. that it can bo swung to ancl fro. 'In using it the first thing- is to; half fill it ? with clotlios which have been soaked in the usual maiino...

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Education in Spain. WILL IT COMPARE FAVOURABLY WITH THAT IN NEW SOUTH WALES? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

, .. Uilncatiou In iliiiiin. WILL IT COMPARE EAYOUKABLY WITH - TIL-IT IN NEW SO UTH WALES ? ( From, ihe Southern Gross. ) Spain -is hard ground for Protestants. It - appears that, although tho Spanish Government : a t tlio prosont moment aro taking no additional steps, .what thoy have dono -already, through ' the priestly fanaticism which has been oxcited, ? lias'exposcd Protestant brotliron to great danger throughout tho country. - A gentleman long ? ... resident in Mahon writes that words cannot convey a truo idea of the stato of excitement existing there since .Jesuit priests'- liavo made - theii- apgearance. Ho'fears that the noxt' movo of the Governor and Bishops will bo of a violent chai actor. At Seville a Scripture reader was auestcd, and, aftor being grossly insulted by the Alcalde, was told by him, 'I am sorry I cannot sprinkle you and all tho Protestants in, Spain - with petroleum, and then set you on fire.' ' ' Here is an extract from a lotter of the Bishop of Minorca, S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

A LL Nos. W I It E /NT A I L S, 3d poi u'' 9 ^ X^V/Post Office Storo, ? / Nowra. , ^ . ? ? ? 1 ? '? — — — ? .. ** ? Watf-cSBSMHlkssay, &c. ^ ME. JAMES ..iV/jMOT, of JCiama, will VISIT Sli®l]/i'on during THIS WEEK,- -f OPENING at Neyl'Sh-en' on FRIDAY (TO MORROW), the 7/i, and at TERRARA on tho l(ith instant. ORDERS loft with Mil. Maclean. ' will bo attondod/o. ?: -:'j ? VV ? -i ? c I HAVE this clay yfp]ioiuted Mr. JOHN i SMITH, of ijGwjjfl, AG13NT to COLLECT ALL 0UTST4NM1 jjA\/\OCO'UNTS duo to mo, and his rocoipk-wfll/Io a sufficient discliargo., All ACCOUNT\/NOT SBTTJiliD by -tlio-ls't,: Novismiiku proxnfio, will bo SUED Poll, with- ?£ out respect to parsons.*! : . ? ? ? ^ J.' W. GERRETT.v Nowra, October 22, 1879. . ? , - ? Sftfctisolutioii «i' Fsn-tnei-.sliip- J -fcJOTICE is hereby given that tliopartnor J_ 1 ' ship lirootofpro oKisting botweon us as General Blu Jcsir/tps /and Horsoslioors, lias f THIS DAY/eonY)IS-^lLVTiD' by MUTUAL CONSENT Jlind U/it/ill ACCOUNTS duo to t...

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