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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

Shoftlhavea Directory. , . — ? ♦ — - — . . District Government Surveyor.— Mr. J.. W. Deeritg. Clerk of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, Ac— Mr. J. M. Sheahan. District Registrar in 'Bankruptcy. — Mr. J. H. Nisbett, P.M. Local Land Board. — Messrs. A. O. Moriarty ' (chairman), Z. G. Bice, and L. Mclntyre,- Js.P. ' ' Government Medical Officers.— J. P. Breroton, J.P., Terar*. T. RossLewers, Berry. Inspector of Pablio Schools.— Mr. L. E. tawford, M.A. St. John's Church of England, Nowra. — Rev. E. Wootton, B.A. — Berry, liOT. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Eev. J. K. Bruce, M.A,; assistant, Mr, Alex. Eobertson. — Berry,. B«v. K. Jackson. Wesleyan Church, Ndwra. — Bev. H. W. T. Pinoombe.— Berry, Her. Kirton A. Corner. Eoman Catholic Church.— Bev. T. Har tiett Nowra. School of Arts.— Mr. H. L. Whittell, president; Messrs. C. Moss, and M. Byan, secretaries. ShoalhavGii Agricultural acd Horticul tural Association.— Mr. B. Aberdeen, president ; Mr. B, Leeming, secretary. Shoalhaven Cho...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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The Shoalhaven Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

;,T2ie S&p&lhavexi Show* Tim niuereenth annual 'exhibition of the Shoaihiircu Agriculturtli'and Horticul tural Association held on' Wednesday and Tliursday liibt was an unqualified success, maintaining in all ecctions its high standard of excellence. Tin's is saying much fur (hu efforts of thu ii rat-established Bucicty in the Shoalhaven district. Many visitors to the various coast shows noiv n-daya do not scum to pay so much attention to the pavilion as they wero wont to do when only one show was held annually in each of the Ulawarra, Kiama, and Shoalhaven districts. . One reason is not far to find. The* similarity in the general appearance of the pavilions— the store-rooms fur a few days of the agricul tural, horticultural, and home- industrial products of the best possible specimens — ippears to pall upon many persons who follow the shows down the coast, at least as far as Milton, each year. Close observers, however, cannot fail to observe if not a constantly-incr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

frowift Municipal Council. . - .Election op Ma yob. A special meeting of tho Nowra Council for tlWnlection of a Mayor for the now current year was held on 'Wednesday evening last. Present — Aldermen Maclean (retiring Mayor), Graliarui Woods, James Monaghan, Crawford, Patterson, Scotchmer, and Hvam, Some dozen ratepayers were «!so present. The retiring Mayor spoke at length in reference to the several important municipal matters which he had bad in hand during the past year, and asked the'.aidermen to make a mental note of what had been and should be done towards, the extension and improve ment .of .the town. Ho dwelt for some time upon the sanitary condition of the town' and his efforts to improve the snme. Although he was yet far from satisfied with the present mode of dealing with night soil, nothing more could be done in that direction just now owing to tlio slender funds of the Council. He hoped his successor would persist in having de&icants .applied in connection with ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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AWARDS. HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

AWARDS. HORSES. Draught,— Stallion : R. W. Moses' Per fection. Mare, without foal: D. Manson 1; El. Comorford, iun. 2. , Mare, with foal '- D. Manson 1, M. Mardney, ju&. 2. Geld ing, 2 years : H. Comerford, jun. Filly, 2 years; Joseph Hyam 1, Maurice O'Con nor 2. Yearling colt or gelding : Henry Comerford,. jun. 1', J. Martin 2. 'Yearling filly : Maurice O'Connor 1, T. F. Herne 2. ? Blood Horses.— Stallion: Alex. Eraser's '? Pincator 1, J, Hockey's Break o' Morn 2. Mare, without foal : J. Sana's Confidence 1, O. Cochrane's Gold 2. . Mare with foal : : James Condon's First Love 1, Henry Com erford, jun. 2. Colt, 2 years : S. D. Oaines 1, C. M'Glinchey 2. Gelding, 2 years : J. Condon 1, J. Hyani 2. Filly, 2 years : P. li. Morton's Crystaline 1, Johu T. Sana' 8 Excellence 2. Yearling colt or gelding : J. M'Kinnon 1, E. Chaseling2. Yearling filly ; James Condon's by an Albury colt 1,- H. Bourne 2. Coaching tiorsos. — Stall iun : Jennings Bros. .Mare .without foal :*Jas. C. John ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

DAVID O'OONNELL f/Mte It. Kennedy J, JMPEBIALEQTSL.2T0WEA BEGS to miimunce to bis Friends and tf)ts Gwncral Public that- lie 1ms leased tho above wi-U-kuon-n Hotel, ?which has been tliiirough'y renovated, find trusts to ruceire h fair bhnre of the public patrmwge. V VilTOUS VliOV}i-R)- WITH ALL THE Comports of a Home. Best Brands of Spirits, etc., etc., kept in Stuck, Arrivals by Midnight Coach attended to on receipt of letter or telegram. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. Fibst-class Stabling aku Attektive Gkoom. DAVID CVCONN ELL, Imperial Hotel. Corner of Kingliorn and North streets, JSTOWBA.. PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL NOWBA, The home for Commercial Tra vellers, Tourists, and the Public, Mrs, J. W, Lawrence, PllOP-RIETRESiS. THIS Hotel is renowned for comfort, attention, and cleanliness ; and us Jiaving the best provhiond iahle on the South Coast. Attached to tho Hold is the Billiard Boom, supervised by Ueojige Maouibe. The Selection of' Wines and .Spirits, eeoond to none iu the colony! need...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

LOCAL NEWS. Aldeeman William Kennedy was on Tuesday last unanimously elected. Mayor , of Berry. A number of items -of local interest aro ' hold over for next issue, in consequence of a pressure upon our space. Church of Jnuni- Tho Her. E. Wootton, B.A., (Nowra) and Rer. Luke Parr (Berry) will exchange pulpit* for to morrow. There will be Holy Communion in the Nowra Church at 8 a.m. Raicwa-v TaAtm- With regard to the permission given to the contractor of the new railway line to run passengers from Kiama to Berry during the show, it is ' anJorstcod that s large number availed themselves of the opportunity thus af- - forded of visiting the exhibition. The- '? departmental report sets down tba number at 774.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

SPORTING. THE TURF. TJLLADULLA WEIGHTS. Flying Handicap. — Moslem 9str Bantry 8-1, Overhand 7-11, Sapho 7-6, . Adamine 7'4, St. Elmo 70, Malew 6-12, Creeping Kate 6-5, Lady 63. County Purse. — Moslem 813, Baatry 7-13, My Laddie 78, Adamine 7'2r Cosnos 6*11, Creeping Kate 6-4. U.J.C. Handicap.— Moslem 8-12, Luxall 83, Overhand 7-9, Sapho 7-3, Adamine 7-1, Midnight 7-0, Malew 6-9. Ladies' Mile. — Moslem 8-12, Luxall 8-3, Bantry 712, Overhand 78, Ada mine 7-1, Midnight 70, St. Elmo 6-12.. Town Plate. — Moslem 812, Bantry 7-12, Overhand 7'8, Sapho 7-2, Ada mine 70, Midnight 6-13, Malew 6-8, Cosmos 6 7. Shorts.— Luxall 8-2, Bantry 7-12, Sapho 7-3, Bouyong 7-0, Currumbene 6.4, Lady 6-1.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

Reasonable retrenchment ! Victoria is going to save £6000 a year by closing the State teachers' training-school. She has 550 ' finished articles ' on hand— 1 1 years' supply ! The Victorians are being ' hoiBt with, tnoir own petard ' in the matter of those border duties. Some of them who have to got thoir supplies from Now South Wales are talking of casting in their lot with her for good. Up at Mufjerurimpah a man went to get the signature of a newly made J.P. but was told by his worship's employers : — ?' See here, we do keep our own J.P. on the premises ; but we can't afford to Iopo time over your business. Next time you want our J.P, just vou tip him a fair fee, because wo intend t:- dock his wages sheot for all the time lost over this J.P. business.' Overheard at the Shoalhaven Show on Thursday. — She : ' Mrs Brown who mar ried a poor man whom she loved, aud Mrs. Smith, who married a rich man whom sbo did not love, are both widows now and in mourning'1 He: 'Yes, but oh! ' what a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 18 February 1893

' HE WAITED TO SEETHE WHEELS GO ROUND.' There was once a bright baby boy wh- loved to examine the internal structure o: his uncle's -watch in order, as ho remarked that he might ' see the ?wheels go rouufl.' Strait and inquiring follow 1 Some day h- may make a -watch that will keep bottoi lime than those which are. made to sol and can with difficulty keep up with th- days of the week, to say nothing of houri ana minutes. But for a hundred persons who knp\( how a watch is constructed how piahj know what kind of 'works' are inside their own bodies ? Not one. Now th( heart is the humau pendulum. Sometinles f ' it beats too fast and sometimes too slo'w. ?What makes it act in that -way ? Can you . tell? Probably not. When its irregularitj frightens you, you see 'a doctor.' Whj don't you study up the subject yourself ; and learn as much about it as any loco motive driver is bound to know about hif engine 1 Can't! Yes you can, , Look here, for instance. A. man writes ' thus: ' My heart wou...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

' ' Commercial SYDNEY MARKETS. Messes -Folbt Brothers' Webklt ? ?.'.,'.' ' Report. . Butter, aairy vOs Sd to Os Gd per ft „ factory, Os6d to 70s d per lb : Bacon bamd-ctized, (3d to 6Jd perlb ?' : ;, machine-eured, 4d to 6jd per B- Tigs, OaSdtoOsSd per 11 Hidee, Os 24 to Os 2£d Eggs, Is 3d to Is 4d per doz. . Fowls, 2s 6d to 3e 6ii per pair Ducks, 3s Od to 3s (3d per pair Geese, 5s Od to 7b Od per pair Turkeys, 10s Od to 13a Od per pair Cheese, 3Jd to 4AJ per tt- Maize,. 6s Od to 5j 3d per bushel Potatoes, £8 10s to £4 15s per ton Haras, hand-cured, 9d to lOd per ft ,, machine-cured, fid to Jd per tt- Irtrd. 5d to 6d per 1b Honey, 2d to 3d (Calfes, 5s Od to 25s Od each Calf-skins, Os 9d to Is Od each Tallow, £20 Os to £21 0 per ton Wheat, 3s Od to 3s Id per bushel Oats, feed. 2s 9d to 2s 10s per bushel _», «eed, 2s 9d to 2s lOd per bushel Barley, Caps, 3s Gd to Os Od per bushel -Ram, OdSH to 0i lOd per bushel Pollard, s'l-id to s lOJd per bushel Flpiir, £9 las lo SlOlOs per ton Hay,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Hsepatitis '? Dr. Fletcher's Tills nre a sure cure for biliousness nud liver .complaints, pcepatitie, headache, iudigestion, heart burn, kidney nilmeuts, and females' sick headaches. So, if you ?want h rualj good family pill, try.Dr. Fletcher's Pills, the silout and painless motor that purities the human system of all accumulations 9f morbid, foreign, and poisonous secretions. ' ' They are as mild aa a pet lamb, as harm less as honey, as searchiug a6 a email tooth comb, and as uure as a epiiug gun... They don't go fooling arouud, but attend strictly i 16. business, uu'd utver labour in vain. Dx1. Fletcher's Fills are prepared on scientific principles. They contain no , „ aloes, calomel, or gamboge, or any drastic purgative, like most pills now sold to a confiding public, but are made of pure vegetable ingredients, which act by gently 'Atimulatiug the liver and softening Hie impacted faces, thereby giving relief and comfort unattended by the annoyance and pain1 of griping and purging...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

ONE BOS OF CljUSKE's B 41 PlLW 16 warranted to cure all discharges from thu .Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired, or constitutional), Gravel and Pains in the Baok. Guaranteed frets from Mercury. Sold in Boxes 4s. 6d, each, by all Ohemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Proprietors : The Likuolk j AND Midland Codjuiks Dftojj Cojuftpiy, I Liupoln, England, '

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Stud and Herd Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Stad and Herd Books- ' A. ciroular containing .proposals in regard to stud and herd books for the colony has been issued from the Depart ment of Mines and Agriculture by Mr. 'A. Brace, . Chief Inspector oj.St^clrTio the chairman of the Pastures and Btoek Proteotion Boards; it is urged that ?with the 3?ery large number of stock now in this colony alone it is a matter of the highest importance that there should be authentic registers of bur different kinds and breeds .of pedigree stock. A suggestion is made that the revision and' pab'siug J of the entries could bo readily and correctly carried out by committees chosen by the breeders themselves, and that the work of compilation and publication could be done by officers whose training in the registration of brands and marks would fit them in every way for the task.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. STANBURY'S DEPARTURE. GOOD ADVICE BY BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

SPORTING. STANBUBY'S DEPARTURE. GOOD ADVICE BT BEACH. ? Stanbury, the champion' oarsman,' left for San Francisco on Monday, in the .stoarner Alameda. He haa taken tiro racine; boats with him, so that he will be prepared to engage in a match ,at very abort notice. . Mr. W. W. Naughtcm, .a well known pressman . in San .franCiBCO,,. has been deputed to make a match for; Stanbury with any of the American oars-' mon; but (says ' Quiz' in tbe i&Ao) as pur Yankee mends are credited with having-a-. large share of tbe bump of caution on their ?omniums, Stanbury will be a ldcfcy man /-, if he obtains two bona-fide matches in the ' Yy lUiiited States. ' There was a good muster V| of the friends of the champion at Cowper- E jWharf to witness his departure. William 'I Beach, the retired champion, gave his jm-- * tege some sound adrioe before' he left;) Hey alio handed to tho champion sculler a Bum* iof 73 soys., which hud been subscribed by a few of ' the boyB.'. Beach's last irorda to t...

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He was at the Siege of Lucknow. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

'Be was at the Siege of Lueknow. 'The British Infantry are the best iu the world, sire, but, luckily, few in number.' So said a French marshal iu reply to a question by Napoleon, Few iu number may be, but enough to keep the Euclieh drumbeat following the sun around tho ' world. Here ia a short story from an old soldier ; a little about the Indian Mutiny, ' more about another mutiny. He says : 'In 1654 I enlisted in the 5lh Regiment Fueiloers, and that year went out to China. Three yeara later, 1857, X went to Bengal, India. I was present at the siege of Imcknow, under General Havelock, and was wounded there. I was then sent to Cawnpore, during the fearful massacre at that place. We were exposed to damp, our clo.ther being wet for days, together. Here it was that I first. began to feel the bud effects of the climate. In 1675 I returned home to my native village and settled down. Tvto years afterwards 1 began to feel languid and tired. I loBt all spirit and energy. Everything was a tr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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The Churches ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Tbe ChuTcbes- I OSPEB OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. CBURUU O» ENOLiKIi. Tenra 9.46, 3V-#«ra 1Z ««-! 7 PQ, «nd Towwoug^ Ber. E. Wootton, B.i, W£gp8YAN. Nnwra II. lit, T. Jarretti 7.30, Bcv. H. W« J1.' J^iiicoliilje, ffiiwia II ill 2.30, Mr, D. Watre; 7.30, Mr, W, Jam-tf, ?,Yprr(ylhner2;30,Mr. Q, Phillips, Kangaroo Valley 11 and C»mbewHrra 2.30, Rev. H, W. % Pincon,be, Barrmigarry 7-30, Mr, T. Brookes. Wt»t Oambewarra I}, Mr, te^tawford, '?:?; , _ _ *' ' ' FHItBpVTERIAN, ;'T8*wr»y U.wid 7:30, and Greenwoll faint i.3O, Mr. Alex. Roberts™. Burrier Jl and Yulwal 7-30, Rev, J. K. Bruce. Presbyterian weok . night services, — Monday. Feb. 27, West Cambnwarm and Toineroutr. Tuesday., Feb, 28, Caiubu warra, Wednesday, March 1, JJowra and Greeiiwell Puiiit. 1-UiJJ.ISHED EVEUY HATCRbAY WORMING, ''Bcjust,a]!dtei.rnot. Let ali the onds tiiuu tum'til & 15a thy Cuuntr--16, lUy Ood'« nod Truth's.' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1893.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Bad Blood.-— The Editor of- the FuMy Doctor says:— 'We have seen hosts of letters in which the writers acknowledge tbe benefit they have received fromClarke's wonderful Blood Mixture, which as a cura tive agent ciinnot be too highly estimated, Bincoit cleanses and clears the blood from 'all impurities. If the blond is discaned the .body is diseased-.- Clarke's Blood Mixture is a medicine of the greatest possible value, ? and it is certainly the finest blood purifier that science and skill hare brought to light Wo can with the utmost confidence recom mend it to our subscribers and the 'public generally.11— The Family Doctor, 16th July, $892. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin ?and Blood Diseases, and sores of all kinds, it is a never-failing and permanent Cure. It is the ohly real specific for Gout and Rheumatic Pains, for it removes the cause ' :ron» the blood and bones. Of Chemists, &c., everywhere at 2s. Dd. and: lls. per bottle. Thousands of testimonials from all parts. ....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

TnE progress bo far made in connection with the -Kowru Town Water Supply bcheiuo is '.very satisfactory. Surround ing circumstances, however, of this and other eases lead to the belief that the centra) government je_ iiot a suitable hody To carry out such municipal works.^ Although the municipalities Hgred to pay interest- on nn estimated amount to r»,. advanced for a. water nujjjjiy, me tyuverument uoes not aa vatiue the amount nof does it allow the councils to' expend the money them selves ; but insists pi) the work being done, by the Department of Publio Works. The result is that in all caseB tb,e estimate iias been largely exceeded ; in tome the work cost more than double tliie estiuiatpr and the municipality liecanie saddled with a deiit which it had, never thought 'of incurring, and no prospects of paying, Between £800,000 nnd ,£900,000 have been expended in supplying country towns with whole pome water. The number of towns so supplied is not largp, and, taking into considerat...

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Notes for Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Notes for Dairy Farmers. A little Kerry cow named Babrabara Belle, which weighs 889Jbs, recently in England gave hor own weight in jnilk in a fraction over 17 days. The fluid Has of notable quality, too. Inspector Thompson reports that in Central lllawarra he himself. knows of nino diseased niilkura having been destroyed since Mr. Veterinary Inspector Symons' visit to the municipality in December last. For the best managed dairies, Mr John Lindsay, of Unanderra, who entered for the national prizes for 1892, has been awarded second' prizo by the Agricultural Department. With regard to Mr. Lind say's dairy, Veterinary Inspector Symons reports to the' Board of Health; Syd ney :— ' 95 cows, 15 stalls. ; Floor wood. Milk room large, detached, clean. W^ter, irontanksand underground ? tank.- . -Pan closet. Clean and satisfactory premises.'

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LOCAL NEWS. Kangaroo Valley Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

LOCAL NEWS, ? ^ — . {Jew editii n '.imps uf parishes Blier werre and Fnri)h:-iu uru iioty un pule at the Laud Uftjcf, Nii«th, Qi'Epxpi.AKi) Cattlv, - On Wednesday ]HE-t 500 Quuc-iisl^nu bullocks, in charge --f Ji.hii Wn''i'y, Mniv«4 fiuni Dubbo to tho order of Mi. .fohn Hu}-, Hud woro at olicu draflud un to the Hurry K.iuitg. KrKuiAL Akea, — A portion of Crown land, coittHining 485 Hcrcn, in parish of Albert, Land District uf Milton, has been declared a ''Buucial area,' swd -vi!l bu open to Bulecti.iu ittithu 20ih April next, iJmuovBK.— Notices -of llio School of Arts ' csnuvHt'Ksu:i-me field in Nowra on Thurfiday nnd thu WcHleyan Church can ifttu last liiytit, us weli.HS olhov items of local concern, arp withheld fur cur next issue. Tub Water Surrty,— Thirteen ten ders wuru npiii:efl hy tiio Tender Bonrd in Sydney, last \V«dnutd:iy, fur tbo con st ruction of reservoir and d.-tin for tho Nowra Water Supply. The loK-est was that of R. Crosbic, £772 5-. !)d, Tksdees AccF.ri'Kji,— The ...

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