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Shoalhaven District Court. (Continual from our last.) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. (BEFORE his Honor Judge M'Farland.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879
. Slioalhiivcit Bistrict Court. , f Continued from our lust.J . Tuesday, November 4. (Before his Honor Judso M'Farland.) Tiie Court rosumcd at 10 a.m. j and before pro eceding with the noxt case Mr. King reminded his Honor, that tlio question of tlio scalo of costs iii tho cause Broroton v. Watson, had boon reserved 'tho- previous, night. — Mr. King thou considering tlio liaturo of tho charges applied for legal foe on tho highest scalo.— Mr. Cooper submitted that tlio nature of tho verdict given should decide that only costs on tho ordinary scale bo allowed.— His Honor, , howover, briefly remarked that tho jury had bplioved the defen - dant guilty of having made .Vuso:'bf tlio words, and he decided that it was a case for costs on tho higher scalo, and ho road memo for costs of four witnesses, and legal exponses on the higher scale. Thomson v. Watson. Jury: Messrs. D. and H. Boyd, Broughton Yale, and A. W. Bryco, of Errowoll. ... , Mr.- O'Mara, - instructed by Mr. Richards, appeared ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879
Iltawnt'ii'ii Stfimm legation Company. STEAM Jill's TIME TABLE. jP E 0 M SlIOAL II A V E N, Monday, O a.m. mransilay, 8 a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday, at H li.ra. All.moals supplied during tlio passages o£ tho istoamors l'roq of chargo. Tho Sto:im Drogliors, undor chnrgo of Captain Buchanan, nvo always plying oil tlio Shoalhavon Rivor in connection with tlio Sydnoy stoamors. ? E. MANNING. ^r't lin^liNli, Scottish, and Australian Ghai'icrcd IBimlt. A BRANCH of 'this Dank is now OPEN at NOWRA, Shoalhaven, in temporary promises, for tlio transaction of all usual hank ing business. ?- JOHN D0WL1NG, Manager. Sydnoy, iitli Juno, 1S7S. Waited to 8»e J!£iiowii. '\T7' JONES, Collins-street, Kininn, has T T ? ' llorsos and Vehicles EOR HIRE. Ho is propared to run between Wollongong and Ulladulla. Also, tliat ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, i SOLICITOR, & c . , Id AM A. D. LINDSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AMBER 0 0. W....
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879
Telegraphic Snielliffcsice. I [ntosi oun cowiEsroxDENT.] SYDNEY. 'Wednesday, 4 r.ir. Mr. Leary, M.L.A., was attacked with ft fit of epilepsy on Sunday last, and remains in a critical condition. In the Legislative Assembly, yesterday, attontion was called to tho highly seditious' and inflammatory language used at Balmain lust Sunday, nnd tho Government, with a view to the protection of socicty, was reques ted to interfere. — The House goes into Com mittee of Ways and - Means to-morrow. — Mr. Jacob has given notice of motion con demning the appointment of Mr. Garrett to a seat on the City Improvement Board; and Mr. Hurley moves, on the 18th instant, for leave to bring in a Bill providing for Gov ernment inspection of convents, nunneries, monasteries, and othor roligious houses.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879
It is amusing enough, to find'a shallow and flippant talker like Mr. Eosoby assuring Ms - constituents, the electors of Shoalhaven, that t those who had ' written so much about tlio . ? Powers and Privileges Bill did not know what they wore doing.' Ono may smile, too, at the supercilious affectation of his remark that 'in the Shoalhaven News, or | eome other local paper, he had been charged | with inflicting a great wrong on his constitu | cnta by supporting the bill in question.' Wo I do not suppose anybody charged him with r doing this; because the attempt made by | that portion of tho Assembly, which included [' him, to pass the obnoxious measure, was never more than an attempt, — thanks to tho ' . superior patriotism and intelligence of the r. Upper House. Even tho Ministry whose s two Premiers strove with such violence and passion to force tho measure through Par ; liament, appear to have becomo convinced that it will be wise to say no moro about it in future, if wo may judge f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
'No pent up Utiea contracts our powors' may bo truly said of ono of the most invaluablO' preparation of modorn timos, for its salos aro not confmod to any particular splioro, but oxtond ovor all tho quarters ol' tlio globo. Ordors aro boing constantly rocoived from romoto sootions, and its oxport constit|itos ono ol tho .'staples of ourtrado. Circulars and pamphlets explanatory of its curativo proportios. havo boon translated into nil lnngungos, and tlioro is no portion of tlio world wlioroIJaolplio Wolfo's Schiodam Aromatio Schnapps is not known. — Adv. Dkw op the Alps. — Tho world outside of Europo having discovered that this palntablo tonic liquor is tho finest invigorant oxtant, tlio domand for it in tlio Wost. Indies, South Amqrica and Australia has literally bocomo dnorni'ous. It is sti'ango for hundreds of years 'so Ayorido'rCul an a])potizoi' and stoinacliic should have.'; boon comparatively unknown beyond ,tho Swiss fron tiers, and tho, thanks of : millions aro duo to, Moss...
A Remarkable War Ship. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
A E5ejJ3i5vIiH)!-Ee UWaa- SBaiip. I Tun most extraordinary vessel of war over constructed will shortly bo launched from Chatham Dockyard. Her length is 2-10 foot, with a breadth of beam of '10 foot, a sizo wliieh will onablo hor to bo manoeuvred with promptness. Sho lias a displacement of only 2,050 tons, which is oxcoodingly modorato as_ compared with most, oi our ironclads. Tho vessel, which wo may say is named tlio Polyphemus, is not intended to mount a' singlo gun for : fighting purposes, but for offonsivo operations will depend on tho ram slio is intondod to cany, at lior prow, and tho torpodoos ? sho ?.will havo : tho powor of discharging— those, in- fact, . constituting tlio only offensive weapons sho will possoss. Tho rajn with which - tho ^Polyphomus is to bo fitted .will without doubjt provo a torribly dostructivo whon attacking an enemy's vesr sel. : Tho ramspur will-jirojectVbout 12 foot in advance ot tho stem, and, being kopt well doM-n beneath tho wator^ will inflict d...
The Late Very Rev. Dean M. Carthy. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
; ' The ILate Very I5ev. BJeam V , . M'Cartlsy. A private lottor rocoived by mail (says tho Catholie Times) supplies us with somo additional particulars relating to tho death -oi' the Tory Rev.. Dean M'Cavthy. He died at the rosidencoiofv, his sister, whoso affec tionate care did much to relievo tho sufferings of his lastrshort and painful illness.* Whilo in tho enjoyment of perfect health ho was suddenlj' attacked by congestion of the livor, and - in a fortnight after lie was dead. So sudden was the attack that ho could not ' belioveliiniself thatit.wasabout toprovefatal. Ho kept up his spirits until tho last moment, conversing all through his illness with tho same genial gaily of tone and manner which numbers of our readers remember so well. To the numberless frionds \wlio came con stantly to visit 'liini; lie' bWayed not' the slightest approlionsion ' of\ death, always saying that he would fight it out to tho last and never give m. Then a gloam of his na'tural .?liuinour .-would ...
The Education Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
' UTIie IBducatniuii 58i8J. ??.' The Gonoral Assembly of tlio Presbytorian I Church of Now South Walos has unani- | mously agreed to tho following resolutions': — i : 1 1 The :.? Goneral Assombly, having had undor its consideration tho announcement- on tho i part of tho Govenmont of the mnin principles of tho new Bill on Public Education, feels no hesitation in expressing gonorally its cordial approval of the same. The General Assembly, approves of tho appointment of a responsible -Minister of Education, and is of opinion that, to obivato sudden changes in tho administration of the Act, it is desirable that thoro should be under him a permanont Commissioner of Education. It approves of tho withdrawal of State aid from Denomina tional schools as soon as practicable,-. of tlio institution of grammar schools for both sexes, and of night schools, as proposed. It approves of the provision for making educa tion compulsory, for the reduction of foes, andjalsofor reducing tho minimum attend...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
Telegraphic Intelligence. [FKO.\r OUB COltKESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 4 p.m. | The sixth bushranger, who escaped during tho encounter with tho polico, has been captured. Constable Bowon, who was shot in tho nock whilo assisting to arrest tho bushiangers, is sinking rapidly. Ho is tho samo mail who shot tho Tontoiiiold bushrangors about two years ago. — Tho leader of tho gang has been identified as ' Captain Moonlight.' In tho Legislative Assembly, sir Henry Parkcs said ho had caused letters to bo sont to tho Randwick Asylum, informing Directors that ho felt snro the report of tho Select Committeo would warrant the dismissal of Superintendent Thomas. — Mr. Hurley's motion for a bill to pro vido for Government inspection of convents, nunneries, monasteries, and othor religions houses, was negatived by 31 to 2. Sir Honry Parkcs voted against tho resolution on tho grounds that Govornmont should not bo coorced into a system of official inspection by privato members.
Aborigines and the Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
AborBgianes nai-fl ilsM'ISxSaiSsS tioir. The j Maitland Mercury statos that Mr. Boydoll, of tho Allyn River, who has taken a great interest in the welfaro of tlio blacks, has now residing on his estate, wo aro told, sovoral helpioss&neri „ and womon, ontiroly dopondont on his bounty for support. Recently sovoral ot tno aDie-Doaioti aDongi nals living at or near Mr. Boydoll's rosidenco expressed a wish to soo tho Syd noy Exhibi tion; and Mr. Boydoll, wishing .to gratify thoir desire, forwarded- tliom on to Maitlandf with a letter to Mr. Isaac Gorriek, oxpresSivo of his wish to liavo them sent on. to Sydnoy by rail and steamer. Mr. Gorriek forwardod by tlio chiof of tlio party* a. -letter to Mr Richard Hill, who lias also takon a very I groat interest in tlio wolfaro of thoso poor unfortunates, requesting him to uso his influonco in obtaining permission for tho aboriginals to visit tho Exhibition building. Mr. Hill not only socured permission, but sont a- person oxprossly to s...
Commercial Intelligence. Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
CouituerciaS Iiitclligfcncc. [BY ELECTKIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednosday, 5 p.m. Adelaide flour is ruling at £14 per ton; I whoat, 6s 6d per bushel; maize, 2s 4d; potatoes, £6 10s to £7 per ton ; onions (old), £28 por ton ; ditto (new), £18 to£20;; oaten hay, £5 to £7 ; lucorno ditto, £3 to £4 ; butter, 4d to Odporlb; bacon, 4d to 6d ; eggs, Od to 8d per dozen; poultry aro in demand,. and brihg a good price. .
A Crystallised Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
A Crystallised Woman. Another veiy remarkable instance, wo are informed; has just come to light as to tho. preserving or petrifying effects of nitrato soda. A well-known and influential city firm, who have very fp'xtonsive connections with South Amerig^ii planters, minors, &c., have recently received from Peru a curiosity in the shape'of what may to calloda crystal lized female body, which, as their corres pondents adviso thom, was somo short timo'' since discovered by a set of miners at Pisa gua, in that country, completely embedded in ono of the great nitrate of soda deposits peculiar to tho district. The body is des cribed as having tho appoaranco of a petri- i fied mummy, and is stated to bo in a singular | state of preservation. This curiosity has | already been soen by several of our -best known naturalists and analysts and it is : believed that the woman, who apparontly was of middle age, must have diod oithor through accident or design at' a remote period of tho past...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
EiOCAIi ; Temiaka Telegraph and Post Office.— At tho regular fortnightly mooting of the Municipal Council of Central Shoalhavon, held on Tuesday evening last, Aldorman Hyain intimated that ho had accepted tho tender of Mr. Anton Wolf, of Nowra, for tho erection of tlio proposed new telegraph and post-offico at Terrara, — the build ing to bo ready for occupation within five months attor tho aato ot tho completion ot tho contract. Tue Late Mrs. Caffiiey.— It would appear from particulars furnished to us that Airs. P. Caft'roy, of Greonwoll Point, was a daughter of the lato Mr. John Staploton. of . Comborton Grango. Sho had been married but some ton or olovon months, and survivod but a ,sliort timo after tho birth of her first-born, a female child, who is doing well. The; remains of Mrs. Caffroy woro intorred'in tho Roman Catholic Cemetery, Nowra, on Saturday last,' followed thither by a numerous concourse of' rslatives and friends. ' Father M'Quinn was tho officiating clergyman. Commi...
The Automatic Barman. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
. The Automatic Barman. (From the Sydney Telegraph.) In the American Court of the Garden Palace no exhibit has attracted more attention than 'the Automatic Barnian,' from the cele brated manufactory of Cyprus; A. Shook, ? Pittsburg, Ya. t Tho wonderful mechanism by which the automaton is moved has beon a subject of most}; appropriate interest with 'Tho Interior Arrangements Committee of the' International Exhibition ' ever since the opening day/ and their constant study of it is quite on a par with the wonderful order and regularity of their own work. Tho regula tions' of tlio Exhibition have prevented any display of the actual work of the automaton in what might bo called a practical form. ? Offers of his assistance were made, it is under stood, to - the various proprietors of bars in the building and grounds ; but tho Executive Commissioner could not see his way, when so many hard-working people are complaining of want of employment, to permit the assump tion by a mere machine of ...
Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
: Central Slioalliavcii Municipal 'Council. . Teiuiara, Toesday,- 'November 18. Council mot as usual at 3.30 p.m. Prosont— the Mayor, and Aldormon Hyam, Lamond, Monaghan, and M'Lean. ' Tho minutes ol previous meeting woro road and confirmed. correspondence 1 Outwards— 1. Tho Department of Minos (dated 16th October) xor a reply to Council's lottor ot a provious date, on too subject ot a grant for repairing tlio boundary road. In-n-ards— 1. Prom tho Department of Minos, in reply to the abovo, dirocting attention of Council for reply to its. query to Department's letter of the 2ath August last. [In roforonco to this, tho Mayor! said ho had got tho Clork to look up the letter of tho 25th August, and as he had promised, it had no bearing on tho quostion, but' ho found that it contained a minuto by the Superintendent of Roads on tho subject of an application by tho Council for a grant to repair Worrageo causeway. That minute was to the effect that tho Superintendent ' could not recom mend...
MISCELLANEOUS. Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
MISCEJLliAItfJEOUS. Obituary. Many of our readers will undoubtely bear with, much concern of the death, of Mr. Robort Barr, who expired on Sunday morning Inst about half-past nino o'clock. Mr. Barr had for many years been in a comparatively feeblo state of health, chiefly from an asthmatic affection ; but other important organs of tho body soem in his case to have been for somo time past losing their healthy and normal action, and tho proximate cause of his death was conse quently of a somewhat complicated character. Mr. Barr was in his GSth year, and had boon resident in this district moro than twenty years. Ho established, as many roaders will romomber, the first newspaper 1 in Kiama, viz. : the Kiama Examiner. After tho- property of tho Examiner had passed . through several hands, it at length became . incorporated with the Illawarra Mercury ; and on the establishment of the Independent . shortly afterwards (in 1 863) Mr. Barr became connected with this journal. He subse . queuen...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. j ARRIVALS. November 5. — Illawarra (a.), from Sydney ; Emily (ketch), from Kiama. „ 0. — Kiama (s.), from AVollongong. „ 8.— Our Own (a.), from Sydnoy; . Ilia-warm (b.), from Sydnoy; Mary Ann (ketch), from Sydney. . „ 10.— Terrigal Packot (sclioonor), from Clyde River to Wollongong, wind bound. ,, 12. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. „ 13. — Promiso (kotch), from Sydney. „ IS. — Hlawarra (e.), from Sydney. '? „ 17. — Our Own (s.), from Sydney. , DEPARTURES. ? Novomber 5. — Mocoyan (sclioonor), for Syd noy; Our Own (s.), for Sydney. ? ' 6.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. ' „ 7.— Kiama (s.), for Sydnoy. 10. — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. „ 12.— Terrigal Packet (Bclioonor), for Wollongong ; Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ?„ 13. — Hlawarra (s.), for Sydney. „ 17.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. For Illawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tho 30th October, 1879. To Sydnoy : 330 kegs but ter, 126 pigs, 49 cheeses, 34 cases eggs, 1 horso, !)()0 ft. codar. 45 hide...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879
Illiiwni'i'ii Xavigatioii Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. JP EOJI S II 0 A L H A'V E N, SIoiMlay, « a.m. TThursitay, S a.m. FROM SYDNEY, Tuesday and Friday,: at M. p.m. . , . AH moals supplied during tlio passages of tlio stoamors free of charge. Tlio Stonm Droghers, undercharge of Captain ; Buchanan, aro always plying 011 tlio Shoallmvon ltivor iu commotion with tlio Svdnoy Hloamors. : ?E. MANNING. J2iiglisli, Sc«U1sli, .and Australian . Chartered Manlt. A BRANCH o£ this Bank is now OPEN at \ J\_ NOAVRA, Slioalhavon, in temporary premises, for tlio transaction of all usual bank- , infr business. JOHN DOWLINCr, Manager. Sydney, Otli Juno, 1878. Wanted to be Known. ~X\T JONES, Collins-sticet, Kiama,. has Tf ? Horses and YcJjicles FOR HIRE. . IIo is prepared, to run bolwcon.AVollongong, aud.Ulladulla. Also, that ho is n cash purchaser of Ilides and skins iu any quantity. Mr. W. C. KING, SOLICITOR, & c., ICIAMA. ? :D. LIMBSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMDEEOO. W....