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Sir Henry Parkes and The Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Six Henry P&rkes and. The Tress. Sir Henry Parkes, speaking to his constituents at North Sydney last Mon day of Sir GeorgeDibbs' indulgence at Wagga of abuse of the press, said : — What was the good of any man occupy ing tho position of Minister abusing the newspapers? The newspapers to be any good to the colony must be inde pendent, and the day they were bridled, the day they ceased to discuss the conduct of public men openly and boldly, that day would be one of misfor tune for the country. (Applause.) At that moment the newspaper press of the country was of much more value to the country than all the Ministers and all their supporters. (Applause.) He had had his share of attack from the public' Jirsss, but be did not com plain of it for one good reason — if there was anything in him or his measures worth anything, both he and his measures' would outlive the attack of the press, and he would be sorry to see the day when the newspaper press was afraid to say what it believed...

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 — 25 February 1893

PAW) O'CONNEU. r , . ? (fMU R, KmiucdyJ, SMgE&l&L HOTEL, STOWSA. TJEGS *' unmiuiicB to his Frionds and J3 tj)p tS.eneral Public that he lias jenBed ibp ah«ii'« ivt-H-kiinwn Hot--ls jvhich has beun tlmrou.yhy renovated, find trusts to receiyp -f\ fair )-harg jif the jju$ic pitfrouago/ VlsiHOPS PuoviDF.D wrrp am,-?#e Cojii'ohts of a Home. f|£Pt Brands of Spirits, -f«N. c«c, kept in Stuck, ApfJFnla hy Midnight Couch attended fcp ; «rivr«ceij)t*if letter or telegram. CHARGES STRICTLY MOPEBATB, JTlBST-CLASS StaBLIUG AND ATrBHMV)S Geoom. PAYID (TCONNELL, Imperial Hotel. {faroer of Kiughorn and JJorth strcpta, -.-?? ii'-'«/...-JiOWB'A, PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL NOWRA. ' Thie home for Commercial Tra ' yellers, Tourists, £n4 tlie Public. Iffra J. W. Lawrence, PROPRIETRESS. THIS Hotel is renowned tor comfort, attention, and cleanliness ; and iib baying ; the i-hinst provisioned table on I'm Pfiuih Uo'aet. Attached to the Hotel is the Billiard Bb'cfm, gupemsud by Geob.de Magoire. '...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Town, Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Town Talk [BV JUKIOE.] Alderman Davis, of UUadulla, is evi dently suspicious of relief funds manage ment. Speaking the other day to a proposal to raise funds fnrthe Queensland flood sufferers, he said he was averse to subscribing to such funds unless he was sure the management was all right. The poor people in Ireland during the potato famine, gut little, if any, of the money sent for them from Australia, 'it having,' said Alderman Davis, ' been swallowed up by tho rich and those who live on the game. ' Alderman Davis should not be so hard. Genuine telief funds are always honestly administered. 'Tis only in cases of strikes and locks-out that opportunity is unwittingly given those who ' live on thft game.' Tho rather suspicious Alder man possibly has lately been roading some old records of strike fund mismanagement. As for the Irish Famine Fund, that vtrb one thing ; tho suffering position of our northern neighbours—' one people, our destiny one ' — is quitoanothernnd totally differ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Analysis of Soil. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Analysis of Soil. The New South Wales Agricul tobal Gazette for January (part I., vol. IV.) contains particulars of an analysis by Mr. Guthrie (chemist to the Department of Agriculture) of a sample of soil from Forest Lodge, Meroo. The nature of the land is sandy loam ; the reaction of the soil is neutral ; and its capacity for water, 28*2 per cent. Absolute weight per acre. 6 inches deep, 2,738,0661b. A mechanical analysis of this sou shows that it contains of root fibres, -08 per cent.; stones over {-inch in diameter, 20-52 per cent.; coarse gravel, more than l-10th inch diameter, 13*22 per cent.'; fine gravel, more than l-50th inch diameter, 5 p«r cent.; iiuc soil, 61-18 per cent., comprising sand, 30-58 pp.r cent., and impalpable matter, chiefly clay, 3060 per cent. An analysis of the fine soil discloses moist ure, 3-251 per cent.; and volatile and combustible matter.principally organic, 5-513 per cent. Tho fertilising sub Btances soluble in hot hydrochloric acid of 1-1 specific...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

News and Notes. Mr. R. W. Duff iB to be our new Governor. The inventor of the Babcock milktest ing machine is a printer. John Bennett, the defaulting banker, was yesterday sentenced to 10 years' im prisonment. Fully three-fnurths of the maize crops on the Tuned River have been destroyed by the floods. 'Messrs. Foley, Denham and Clarke (of Sydney commission agency) decided tho butterprizes at the Kangaroo Valley show. Amongst the prizes offered lit tbe ensu ing Gundaroo show is a special of £l for the man with the largest family on the ground, The horse judgeB at the Kangaroo Val ley Show were Messrs. R. T. Thnrburn (Nowra),' Bu^h Love (Kiaina), and R. M. Graham (Burrawang). It is reported (says the Wagga Express of February 21) that a Wngga hotel keeper closed his doors while the Minis terial imrty passed on Saturday last, re marking that he always did so in the cbbo of funerals, The present unsatisfactory Btate of the commercial interests of the colony is to be considered by the Sy...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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{BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

^BUSINESSES AKD PROFESSIOKS ADVERTISED DT9HIS JOUS15A1.] Abraham, J.S,, Laboratory. Sydney Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney Bowring, C. A., Sydney Briscoo, Drysdalo & Co., Sydney. Brabam and Mutch, Sydney Bryant and May, London. ?Chipman, H. S., Margarot-St., Sydney Commercial Banking Co., Shoalhaven (Terara) Branch -3rown Moleskin Trousers Co., London ?Clements, F. M., Sydney Clarke, T., com. agent, Sydney Dixson & Sons, Sydney ©enham Brothers, com. agents, Syduey Dean, John, Cambewarra 'Domestic Kerosene Oil Co. Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney Sllyard, W. R., Nowra Timister, W. J., Nowra Toley Bros., com. agents, Sydney Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Foster's Ale and Stout -Graham, Christphr., Nowra ^Gibson, James, Nowra Harrison, Jones & Devlin, Sydney Hielman, A., Nowra Head Henry, Cambowarra Holloway's Pills & Ointment, London Huddatt, Parker & Co., Sydney -Hawken & Vance, Sydney Israel I., Sydney * JUawarra Steam N. C...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1893

Shoalluven .Directory . ' ? — ♦ ? : — ? — - District Government -Surveyor.— Mr, «T. - W. Deering. ; Clerk, of Petty. Sessions, Land Agent, !Ac.— Btr. J, M. Sheahan. District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. i( J. H: /Nisbett, P.M. ? ' Local Land Board, — MeBsrs, A. O. Moriarty (chairman), Z. G. Bice, and L, Mclutyre, Ja.P. Government Medical Officers.— J. P. Sroreton, j;P,,Torar«. T. Ross Lexers, Borry. Inspector of Public Schools,— Mr. L. E. Lawfoid, M.A. St. John's Church of England, Nowra. — Rev. E. Wootfcon, B.A.— Berry, Rev. Luke Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. j; K. Bruce, M.A.; assistant, Mr. Alex, Robertson.— Berry, Rev. B, Jackson. Wesleyan Church, Nowra.— Rev. H. W. T. Pincojnbe.— Berry, Eev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catbdlio Church.— Bev. T.. Har aett. Rev. X Norris, assistant. Nowra School of Arts.— Mr, H. L. Whittoll, presidents Messrs. C. Moss and M. Byan, secretaries. Shoalhfiven Agricultural and Horticul tural Association.— Mr, & Aberdeen, president, Mr....

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 — 25 February 1893

MlICllIlI COMFT. Of SIMET. Established 1834, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1848. Capital ? , ? £600,000 Bcserve Fund ? £670,000 Reserve Fund for Equalization of Dividends ? £150,000 Shoalbavea Branch Ail nsual Banking Business transacted. Highest current rate of Interest given for money deposited for fixed periods. J. HORNIMAN, Manager. LEGAL. MR. T.lABRIOTT, JSOLICITOB, CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, and NOTARY PUBLIC. ^'Commissioner for Affidavits Jt Junction Street, NOWRA. JCS* Trust moneys to Lend on approved freehold securities, LEGAL. MR. H. LWHITTELL, Attorney, Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUNCTION-STREET, NOWRA. Trust moneys to lend. AH Courts in District attended as re quired. STEWART & MORTON, Auctioneers, Commission I Agents* Land, Property, and Cattle SALESMEN, BERBY and NOWRA. f rempt Accounts. Reasonable Charges. ASK TOUR GROCER FOE BATHOS Bra mm Okce Tried. Always Usbd ! No well Regulated Household without it ! BATHO'S Is the Best, the Purest, and most Econom...

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

3pd;d',1Cut aadChaff for Sale. . ITIHE-itfndersignedis'pcapraredto ^Sut JL ', WOOD, any length 5 he hasCHAPF fttSww on hand for SALE. ! ' ? ' ?' IS. EEHABDT,

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 — 25 February 1893

-Thb bust kemedv' Vor Indigestion — Norton's Camomjlb Pills ore confidently recoftiiiioijdeil ar» a Siuj;-!o. Remedy fcr In digestioti, which is the cause of neatlysl the diseases to which we are subject. NoBTOii'a Pills, xvith justice called tho ' Natural Stiengchontr of tiie Humau Stomach,11 act as a powerful totiic and gentle aperient, uro milii iu their cpsration, a.hd safe under- any- oivcu nwt'unces. Sold in bottloa, at Is. \i,A.. ?a. 9J., lie., by all JUadickie -V-todors.tl! rfiiighout the world - VAlC4SLE.p'lSC0^Biiv.r-)Il'HB HAIit — If your htiir is.iurxiiug prey Or white, oi falling olij use '' .vJip Hesicau Hair Benewer,' for it $ci£ ?positively restore in every case Grey or-.lVMte heir to its original, colour, without leaving the dis agreeable smell of most '?' Ecotorors ' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful. 8.8 well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glundsr.ro 'not deoayed. Aek joiir Chemist lor 'The Mexican Haiti Benewtge.' sold by Chemis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

T-Utt.JJKST-KKJIUDY FOli iMIIGISTIUX— I Funy-pvlfiC&.MSMLli riUK»rn confidently 3i'r*niEicfi3ed'n:*;'ATt5imfi!i5 tiemedj'fcrfii il'VUhtiiin, whiou is tho cause of uenrly al 1 »i diseases to which, we a?e subject. j-oktok'b 1'jli.s, with jn-;iiut called the ' Natural Strenglliunui -i? tbo llbmuu Sl-.|ajii3jj5 oof^ns a powerful tonic and lieiitlo aperient, are inild in Ihuir operation, 'MirijsateuiidoT any circuoiKtuiices. Sold in Jjottles, .al.js. iU.. P.s. M., 11s., ly al! Medicine Vendors throughout the world, VJLICABIB Dl«COVBHV FOK TUB H M\l — !f your hair Is tuvjiiug ^rey or white, or Inlliug offt : use .' The Mexican , .Uair ?Bouemory'. for it wilt positively restore in every -cute Qrr.y or \YliiU heir, to its original colour, without leaving thodis agreeable smell of n«06t ?? Bnstorers ' Lt makes tbo liuir charininirly lioautifu). as well as prouiotinj? the growth of the liuir -ti\ bald spota, whore the glandsare mit decayed. -Aek jour Chemist for *'Ti?e Mexican' Hair ...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. MESSRS, FLEY BROTHERS' WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

Commercial SYDNEY MARKETS, Messes, Folgt Beothebs' Weekly EnroiiT. Butter, dairy Os 5d to Os 6d per ft „ factory, Os 6d to Os 7d per lb Bacon hand-cured, 6d to 6Jd per lb ,, machine-cured, 4d to 5*d per ib Pigs, Os 2d fo 0s3d per lb Hides, 0s2dto0s2£d Eggs, Is 3d to Is 4d per doz. Fowls, 2s 6d to 3s 6d per pair f Ducks, 3s Od to 3s 6dper pair 'Turkeys, 103 Od to 13s Od per pair I Cheese, 3Jd to 4£d per lt- , -Geese, Bs Od to 7s Od per pair Maize, 4b lOd to 5s Od per bushel ? Potatoes, £3 10s to £4 15s per ton Hams, band-cured, 9d to lOd per ft „ machine-cured, 6d to 7d pec ft Lwd, 6d to 6d per lb Honey, 2d to 3d Calves, 5a 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 ., Becd, 2s 9d to 2s lOd per bushel March 2.

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SPORTING. BOAT RACE AT NOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

SF0RTXN&. BOAT UA.OB AT NOWRA. An exciting double-scull race in light skiffs took on Friday of lout woek on the £hoalhavon River at Nowra, between A, E, Prott and F. Huxley and T. White and F. Hallm, residents of tho town. The course was from The Grotto to Nowra Bridge, about If mile, nnd the contest was for a £1 sweepstake, Prott and Huxley toon me looa to a iairiy gooa Karc ana maintained it up to Gray's Point, when thoir opponents spurted and secured a Blight lead. The remainder of the race . was a hard struggle, Prott and Huxley winning by two lengths. Some 200 per Bons witnessed the finish. It ia stated that . several similar races for trophies will b» rowed on the 17th instant. CRICKET. A match between teams representing' Greenwell Point and Nowra Hill was played at Nowra Hill on Saturday last. , : The play on the part of the Green irell ' Point team was, considering they are yet a young . club, very good indeed, and should they persevere as they evidently have been do...

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 — 4 March 1893

*' iKEATING'S PO WDER ' destroys BUGS .FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all, other insects, whilst quite iann lesas isdpmestio animals. In exterminat ing Betles the success of this powder is extraordinary. \It'.'h' perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase in 'KEATINtf'S,' 'as imitations are oorioas aua ineffectual, gold in Tine, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, iyall chemists. Sale of CamTieVarra and Meroo Pawns ; AT BERRY A STEAMER will leave BOMADERIiY J3L for BERRY at 10 a.m. on Wednes day, 18th 'MARCH {calling at Numba «4ttrniug iroiu Berry aiter the aale is of er. Hollo-way's Pills.— For the cure of debility, bile, liver and stomach oom plaints this inappreciable medicine is so well known in every part of the world, and the cures performed by ite use are so wonderful, that it now stands pre-emient above all all other remedies, more particu larly for the cure of bilious and liver com plaints, disorders of the stomach, dropsy, and debilitated constitution. In these diseases ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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He was at the Siege of Lucknow. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

He -was at the Siege -of Lucknow, ' The British Infantry are the best in the world, sire, but; luckily, few in number'.' ' ? ... So said*. French marshal -in reply to a question' 'by Napoleon, Few in number may be, but.enough to keep 'the English' drumbeat following the sun around the world. Here: is a short story from an old soldier ; a little about the Indian Mutiny, -.more about another mutiny. ? Ho says : ' InIS54 1 enlisted iu the^th 'Regiment Fusileors, and that year went ? out to China. Three years later, 1857,-J went to Bengal, India. I was present at the siege of Lucknow, under General! Havelock, and was wounded there, I was then sent to Cawnpore, during-tiio fearful 1 massacre at that place. We were exposed ??to damp, our clother being wet for- days , ? together. Here it was that I first began ' t» fefil the bad effects of the climate. In '. 1875 I returned home to my native village . and settled down. Two years afterwards 1 began to feel languid and tired. I loBt: all spi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

3? i if. action of an alderman of the Nownt Municipal Council in breaking tlje proceedings of the Council meeting Oi- Monday last to suggest the Advisability of conducting the com mittee business with closed doors is on $ par wun tu« recenb action vi certum precious members of parliament in palling attention to the presence of strangers in the Legislative Assembly, &. municipal by-law empowers the Council, when meeting as a committee of the whole for the consideration of financial matters or other special business, to conduct such meeting with closed doors. But in our recollection this liy-law has never been enforced in gjjoaljjaven, for two reasons. Firstly, iuieausfi the committees do not meet separately, the business under the several heads (or, in most cases the One heading, 'finance') being dealt with along with the general municipal business at the one regular .council meeting; and, secondly, because the local councillors, without a single ex fpptton, have never signif...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Mems. for Dairy Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

Meiae. for Dairy Farmers. Operations hare been commonced at the new creamery at Foxground. The Australian butter shipped per steamer Ballanrat ims arrived iu London in good condition. The directors of the Worrigee Dairy Company decided at a meeting yesterday to pay for milk by results, commencing 1st next month. The Marrickville Council has decided to cancel the licenses of all dairymen in future allowing their dairy cows access to impure water. A registered dairyman was fined at Mittagong police court on Monday for neglecting to report to the polico an out break of pleuro among his cattle. The Clarence Biver butter factories, although not yet 12 months old, have dis covered that it takes less tested milk to make a pound of butter than of untested milk. Springers sold at Albion Park last Saturday by Mr, D. L. Dymock fetched prices ranging from SA to £7 15s. A con siderable number of young stock were also sold. The Hawketbury Dairy Co— pioneer of its kind on that river — had its annu...

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Court of Petty Sessions. NOWRA, MONDAY, FEB. 27. Before Mr. Nisbett, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, Monday, Feb. 27. Before Mr. Nisbett, P.M. iwlwara Jiioore (bait-caste), cnarged with being drunk and disorderly and using obsecne language, was fined 10s or 3 days on each charge. In default of payment, . defendant was sent out to .assist in beauti fying H.M. garden in front of the court house. W. BroaehtoB. a nal of Moore's, also convicted of using obscene language, was sent along with Ned as a beggar student of horticulture for 3 days. Cbarlias Jordan, alias Mulligan, was ordered to pay 20s or 7 days for indecent behavicmr and 2s fid or the 'rising' for being drunk. Fines paid, Nelly BenBon, a passable blonde, was ordered to pay a fine of 2s 6d or be im prisoned till the risitig of the court for being drunk and disorderly on the Albion Hotel premises, Nowra. She took it out. Tuesday, Feb. 2B. Before Mr. Nisbett, P.M. Joseph Beacom v. W. J. Fimiseer. — Claim £2, work and labour done as a' hired oook. Plaintiff it appeared left defen dant's employ1 wi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

News and Notes. Mr. C Lamond, of Worrigee, to»k Eecond prizu for 14 -stone hackney at tho Ulladulla Show, Mr. W. Kennedy, oB Bomaderry., wai a judge of farm and dairy produce at tho Bnbcrtson Show. A judges' pavilion, with concrete floor, huB besn erected in the parade ring of the Kangaroo Valley Shoir ground. ? Tho Albion Park A. and H. Society has decided to hold their next Show on 17th and 18th January, 1891. Lithograph maps (new edition) of the parish of Ulladulla are now un saleat the Land Office, Milton. Eight persons at Brunswick, Richmond River, have been heavily fined for sly-grog selling. Three wont to gaol. The flood waters at Woodburn (Rich mond Eiver) wore 3ft, 6in. deep in the post-office. One of the attractions at the Kangaroo Valley Show last week was a fine collec tion of fanoy work, almost the whole of which was new. The Friendly Societies of Illawarra had a demonstration in Woilongonglast Sunday and collected £17 0s 9d in aid of the local Hospital. Six collieries ...

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Numba Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1893

Numba Municipal Counoil. This Council met on Thursday last, March 2. Present— The Mayor (Mr. J. D. Caines), Aldermen Davis, Morrison, and Jamiesqn. An application by G.Borrowdale for sufficient timber to erect a culvert leading to his farm was granted. LOWER NDMBA ROAD. A communication was received from the Under Secretary for Public Works (through Mr, Morton, M.L. A.), stating in reference to a letter of the Council on 12th ultimo, that as the Lower Numba Road was within the boundaries of the municipality any expenditure of public funds through the department would not be justifiable. It was contended that as the road had. been applied for by Comerong residents, the Government was rightly expected to place it in proper order, as per section 11 7, of the Municipalities Act. It was agreed, on motion by Alder men Davis and Jamiesan, that the Council Clerk submit a full statement of the cose to the : Municipal Associa tion and ask for legal opinion thereon. OEpEB^RdTHE PAX. . ., A lett...

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