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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

Appointment. MR. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numba, Shoalhavon, has been duly appointed AGENT for tho Shoalhaven Telegraph and ..Kiama Independent. All Orders for Advertise ments or Printing rocoived through him will bo promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription on account of either of tho above . montioned Journals will bo a sufficient discharge. JOSEPH WESTON, Proprietor Indcpendmt and The Telegraph. Independent Office, Kiama, Nov. 6, 1879.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The marine Board. TOUR OF INSPECTION TO THE SOUTHERN PORTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

The Marine Board. TOUIt OF INSPECTION TO TUB SOUTHERN POETS OF TnB COLONY. The Marino Board, viz., Captain Hixon: (Presi dent), the Hon. J. Watt (Vico-Presidont), Cap tains Pox, M'Lean, Broomfiold, Jenkins, and Lieutenant Lindeman, R.N. (Secretary), accoiri paniod by Captain Onslow, R.N., M.P., Mr. Moriarty, T5n-rmcer-m-Chief for Harbours and Rivers, Mr. Bamet, Colonial Architect, and other gentlemen interested in nautical matters, loft Sydney in tho steamer Hunter on Tuosday, tho 28th ultimo, at 1 p.m., arriving at YVoUon gong at 5.45 ; the lighthouse was visited, and tho vossol having boon coaled, proceeded and arrived oft' Moruya at 7.30 a.m. Wednosday; landed and inspected the station. Tho break water, which was in course of construction at this place, has groatly improved the entrance, a samlspit which had formed, and which greatly impeded navigation, having entirely disap peared. Loft Moruya at S.45, and arrived at Twofold Bay at 7 o'clock, having touched at Tatlira on route ;...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. JEPTHAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

ORSGSMAIi POETBY, j JEPTHAH. ? As blighted roso in envly spring Still sheds around its balmy breath, As oft' by fnto's untimely wing 'Tis swopt into tho sea of doatli ; So Judali's flow'rot, long laid low, Yot freshly livos in mem' ry's slirino. Oh, Joptliah ! what a child had'st thou, Oh, what a child was thine ! Weop for tho maid who nobly gavo Her all unto tho Lord; -, Who would not tho'.t'woro death, tho gravo, Dishonor Holy AYfrrd ; Vi, Woop for thamaid, w'ho rathoi ehoso Her soul $ God. to g\yo ; ^ Than hoar nor father's w,brd foresworn, Tho' Bhe herself might 'livo. - \ M. Nowra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

'\I7' ANTED, m. b|)Y^«' a young MAN,'-^ T V ? l'ido thf ilailyfiotweon Nowra and Braidwood. -iwty' Vt wrxilTieo-of this paper boforo tho. 21st instnlit. - Ay.8alc« TWI3NTY iroi/o/^BKING BTILLOO,KS^ all in good co/diwfl* ? . ? f II. M'KENZIF, ? . ? Bundanon. IMPOUNDED al/ftumba, on tlio 12th day of^i Novombor, 1871 from Cnrrumbono Creole, by order of Mi^ Juuios Monaghan, Bod. and White Stoor, blr/chyl-b/md, liko lio noar.rump,' i about -3 - years Cildt cm ear marked. If . not | released, .will bo goljl at this Pound at noon.on tho ,4th Dpcomber, 11870. — 110BE11T BENNIE, I Poindkoopor. I GVioral Post Offico, j/ ' Sydm^', 13tli Novombor,- 1879. riHENDEBS for tho coii/oyanco of Mails to and _l from / / 1 . Kangaroo Val^y mid l^ughton Creole, six , ' timos a wotX / ) ;? 2. Bomadorry andr Co8kl{gatta, - six times a ? ? -wook,' / Will bo . received nt this Offico up to Noon on i Weduosday;*tlio 10th Docembor noxt. For full particulars soo Government ? Gazelle, a 'file : of i'.'Whieh i^ Jc...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

CainH»cwiJvra. ! Tile weather is ovorything that -pan bo dosired; wu are. .blosseil. with nice showors, making tho grass plontilul,, and tho. cattlo in good ordor. ? i Tlio nionutain road, that was so bad in tlio. winter, is.now in good ordor; aud as 1 hoar itis tlio intention-'of I\U:. Wober to havo all tho worst portions metalled at onco, it is not likoly it will ovor, be so bad again. I also hear Mr. Wobor has KuccQcded jn. getting , tho milage extended through thp pipnicipality, . and this is a groat ? boon lor us, as tlio road frijrn bjero to Uomadorry is, 1 ? think, tlio worst bit of, rond iirthd district. A short tii.no since, a petition.,, was . sont^ 'fnnii hoMV to . tlio; Postmastor-Goneral,, asking, for , a Post-ollico at Mr. Head's now building,, on tho now lino of road. This, was roforrod to ojuvpro : sont postmaster, Mr. Matthows, who, of courso,1 ? l'oportod agninst it, tlio conscquo.nco boing that an unfavoitrablp answor was received from tho Postal Department,' but....

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

IJESWifiaCT iJKIBWS. [.FHOXrOUllCOltniSSl'ON'DENTS.] ?' JIl'WIIglltQII Cl'CCll. The, annual festival in connection- with/ tho Ohurch of England Sabbath school, took placo on Monday) tho -lltli instant., ;Tho. affair was, as.usual, a great 8iiccoss.:'Tho wbathor waB pro-' liitious, and tliu attgndanco was largo, so that ; a vory pleasant, day was spont.; About 12 o'clock ,tlio ohildron worQ.assoinbled, and marchod into a largo pavilion (oi;octod for tlio occasion),: whoro tea wasisQi'veu. . Alter -tlio,--wants. ot tlio- -nttiO' ones luul been attendod to,' tlio: visitors woro invited to pnrtako of tlio good , things provided; which woro rich iu .quality.and abundant. /JL'oa being: ovor,.: various -.gainos -woro .indulgod in until tliroo o'clock, when-all woro summoned to tho,suhool-rooui,.when)addro.ssos woro delivered by, ilovs. Elkm and Dymook,.Mi'.:G. M. Brown,, and sovoral othor 1 riondfl. . ; Mr. Jilkin road the amiual- report,.- which was in all rospocts . patis fnctorv. The. a...

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Bushranging in the South. CAPTURE OF THE GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

SEinMlivsiiiigiRig' Sit tlic ?CAPTUBE OF THE GANG. We -tnko tho following graphic oxtyact .from Tuosday's ?Eeho respecting tlio depredations nnd tlio capture 'by tho police near' Wantabadgery' station, 23. Tjijles-froni Wagga-: — J' . ' ''Wanlaibadgoiy station was stuck up by bushi angeis on Satuiday night. Tha bush rangers bailed rip all h.ands on tho 'station aiul;i lioignbourmg pmcos,' inumbormg. ' over thirty J :pooplo in all. On Monday morning' four Wagga polico: arrivod ,on tlio: scene, and fnstonod up.v . tlioir, horsos with tlio intontion of attacking the bushrangers. They woro. immediately surroun-: dod, cut off from tlioir horsos, and attnokojl . by tho buslirangors. Tho ]iolico had to rotiro, and got fresh horsos. Word was sont to Guiiflngni on Sunday,- and also to Juneo 'bv mossougor, who arrived at 8.!J0 oil Monday morning. Senior-sergeant Carroll, of Qundagi, and sor goant._Cnssin,.of Adelong, with three mounted ? men, joined the Wagga polico in thoir attack on tlio_ l...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

. !U@. jBumeu os ton Wedding Day.— Tho'body of a young lady was romoved from Brighton, on August 31 .for. bwial under $ome\£hat romantic circumstances. -.Tho day - of' hor.'intprmoht-was the day originally fixed for hor marriage, and hor --friends complied with^hor dying wiidi-. that she- should bo drawn to .tho -grave by tho horses wliie'i had beon-ongagod to convoy hor to church.' To, the catafalque tlioro woro attached .four grays, -Avnoso ? Heads woro, decked witli iioral: ro^.ottps of jvhito and^rod geraniums, .and tlio collin was covered with a white and ambor silk pall. Tlio carringos which, followed woro drawn by horsos caparisoned similarly to thoso which drow-tho hoarso. - ' An Imtoutant Offigiat, Yisit.— Mr. Wood, of tjie .Mining Dopnrtmont, passed -through Braidwood'last wook for tho ])urposo of. officially, inspepting aiulroporting upon itlio: character of tho 'Moruya Silvor Minos. ' On' his return lio visitofl tlio-.Littlp.Bivor, and raports vory favour- - ably.^f it^:...

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Mr. John Glanville, J.P.) W. Murray v. A. E. Willson. Destruction of dogs, damages £10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

Tuesday, November 18. ?. (Boforo Mr. John Glanvillo, J.P.j' :. AV. Murray v. A. E. AVillson, . . 'Destruction of dogs, damages £10. . Tho caso was adjudicated on by his Worship on tho application of plaintiff aud dofondant, nnd ho consontcd though ho said ho would pre fer tho assistance of anothor magistrate. ; Tho partios to this caso rosido at Back Forest, noar Coolarigatta, on tho estate of D. Berry, Esq., and tho action was brought to rocovor tno abovomontioned sum, boiiis tho valuo of two of his dogs alleged to havo boon poisoned by defendant. Dofendant pleadod not guilty, and not indebted. Mi'. Richards appeared for tho plaintiff, and Mr. Roberts conducted tho defenco. Mr. Murray's ovidonco wont to show that on tho night of tho 8th instant, ho hoard his dogs barking towards dofondant's promises. Plaintiff 'soolcd' thom and thoy ran towards dofon dant's and thou ho honrd somo ono throw some thing at thorn that sounded liko a clod. The dog thon ran away and ho saw nothing of it ...

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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. (Before their Worships Messrs. B. Brown and John Monaghan.) ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROMISSORY NOTE. Jas. Goulding v. Samuel Pepper. Promissory note for value of a horse, £2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

Slioalliaven Court ol~ IK equcsts. Tuesday, November 11. (Beforo their Worships Mossrs. 'B. Brown and i John Monaghan.) : v i ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROMISSORY NOTE. I Jas. Gouldingv. Samuol Popper. Promissory noto for value of a horso, £2. In this case plaintiff sued to recovor from dofendant £2. Prom his evidence it appeared that ho had sold a horso to one, T. Duff, for £1 10s., for which amount he gave Goidding a note of hand, or an ordor on Poppor for £2, boing ton shillings in excess of tho amount duo by him to Duff. Complainant furthor stated that ho presented tho order to Pepper for payment, and he said ho had not the money thou but would pay it shortly, and lio (Poppor) rotainod possession ol' the note, and had since rofused to pay or to return tho noto, whereby complainant had lost (?) his remedy against Duff. Defendant (who ploadod not indohtod), denied having promised to pay Goulding, but afllrmod that ho did at tho timo tho noto was presented, call complainant's attention ...

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Mr. John Glaville, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS AND DISORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

?Tuesday, 'Nov-Einusn '18. (Boforo Jilr. John Glanvillo, J.P.) BllUKKENNESS AND ? IlISOIirElt. ? Jnmos 'Doynnoy, Koliort Gardner. Whitehall, and Tlios. . Griffiths, woro sovorally 'brought up by Constablo Morris chargod with.drunkonnosS' and disordor at Torraro, pn' tho 11th instant, and ?oaoh having plondod guilty,' tlio two' first nampd wore iinod. oach 2s (id .and.. coats, and 'Griffiths was admonished and disphargod.

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Shoalhaven Police Court. Same Day—Same Bench. DISOBEDIENCE OF SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 20 November 1879

gli«mpitven I'rtUue Gwrt. Samo . Day— ?Sapio1 -Conch. . ..DTSOUKDIHNCU OF.SUJIMOXS. ? Thomas Honry pleadod guilty to having dis- i ,-obcyod a summons to appear at Court oil tho ? 21st ultimo iiuanswor to: a- pbargo of (Iwinkon- | - ness.and disordor. Mr. Richards oxplninod that i '??it was by an-i-oversight1 of, 'bis -that1. dofondant I ? failed to appear; and ploading guilty to tho j original .phjirgo, dofondant was lined us jind I . casts.' . ''7 V. . JJIIUAIC AND I)IS01:ljKRIjY . ' Hector- M'Lcod .was ..chargod by Sergeant --Grievo jvith having beon drunk. ,-undidisordorly ...on tho ovoning of tho 1st. instant, in Kinghorn .. street, Nowra. Dofendant -pleaded not guilty. '.Aftor hearing tho ovidonco... of Sergeant Qriovo, . and Corcstabjo I?. - Morris, -v-thoir1 Worships, con . sid'crcd-itho charge provon, and inflicted a' lino of (. fls and costs. Bobert 'Whitehall .was also charged by tlio ; samo,.of(icer?wicli having boon? drank;, and'dis ,.ordprly. on tho . lsfcinstant. ''Def...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Supply of Butter to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

MISCEIiljA]&TE01JS. Supply of JBitltef'.fb Sydney. ' Everybody in Sydney willbo pleased to notice that a movement has beon started in tho South Coast district to improve tho means, adopted for tho carriage of butter to tho metropolis. Thoro is nothing vory much to boast of in tho supply of buttor to Sydnoy, even in the winter time. Goodbuttoristlionobtainablo, andalsobad. But the supply of butter to Sydnoy in tho summer time is dimply execrable, and it is really surprising how loug liouscholdors havo toloratod it. It is of no uso to complain to tho shop-, keepers, because thoy uniformly reply that they can but soil what they get, and that they got tho best , that is obtainable, and that it is often bad bofore it enters thoir premises. Whoso it is, is of courso, a moot point ; but every ono i who has to deal with tho article invariably passes tho blaino of tho bad quality on to. some ono else. The housewife grumbles at tho shop-, keeper ; tho shopkeeper blames tlio dealer ; t...

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POETRY. WE MIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

POETS 1T. I AVE MIGHT HAVE BEEN. AVe might have beon, yet why recall vtho past, Why hid us gaze upon tli£ wreck of y^ars, The -rtrock of the once beautiful, \antl'N*vlioso shrine, ') ;. Though long deserted, manhood still reveres, We might havo heen, hut what avails tho thought, When care has cast her shadows on youth s brow, When those bright dreams which hopo and fancy Like summer's roses are all withered now. We might have beon is but the common cry Of many hoarts still lingering ou lifo's scone, Yot few can toll what saddest meaning lio In thoso fow words, 'wo might havo boon.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

r \CT7'ASTE PAPER at 3d per lb. may bo: W '-obtained' at tho offico of tiiis papor. ? . . ^ 7 OR SALE, or to JeET ON HALVES, on my .. Earin at CaMbArarrn, 12 or 14 aero PAD DOCK of RYE-GKi^ff which must bo so dis- . posod of as 1 ha'olothor work to attend to. ROBERT M'PAL. I gale, rriWENTYTIcad /wORICING BULLOCiS,' ?lli-- 'aU ingoiyWco™litf«i. * I IH^'ICENZTE, f ' ' Bnndanon. XiuiMl in Sowra. ^ mo LET, for a ycais, ALLOTJifENTS '_Lr. from ?} au nc|/p y 10 acros, on -building or -.improvement leascp. TTOr full particulars, ..etc., apply to ' ( D. HYAM. XSiPOUNDED at Vruinlra, on; tho' 24th' (lav .'X '?'?//November,- 187!/ from AVorricee./by'ordori of' Mr. E;' Do Mea/'Oy Bed and ' Whito Heifer (mostly ; rod); inysancr brand;' liko : ^ voif rump ;-! pioco out- of liter olr; about IS months old. If notrolonsed, will bclsold at this Pound at Noon; on tho 18th Dfcembor, ?? 1879a ? : ROBERT 'BENNIE, Poundk|epor. Mimii'iital district of Kowrik ? NOTICE y6 DEFAULTERS. NOTICE is ho*dby^ivon t...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MY NATIVE LAND AUSTRALIA, ON THE OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

WBfiaGiarAii : . \ fx \ ? ? To My Nativis Land Australia, *onxtue Opexing of , the Inteunational\Exui : 3UTI0N. / : ? ' i .')?? ' Hail, all hail to'thoo ' . , Queon of tho Southern Soa j , v. ? Hail, all hail with glee -..Thy I'll turo destiny; . - Thy glorious alter days ; /'?/ ' Henceforth aspiring bo ; One rcsplondant noontido blazo, ' Orion of tho Sea.' - . ? Por countloss years ago : :. - / ' Thy Gonius willod.it so, When Eamo's emblazoned car . Ciimo i-olliug from afar, Led by Cynthia's light to viow, And muso upon thy beauties now. Whoro swcot Flora, ontliron'd on high, Hor treasures pour'd-— a rich supply — ; '/ To deck tlio land in bright array, : With all that N aturo's wand display . ? ' And Cores, too, in fondest lovo, Eroni her high placo, with Jovo abovo, ? Doth hand in hand with Elora vio To scatter goldon smilos from high.; Thoso goldon smilos, like sunlit droams, Light up each vale, now blooming blest ; ' Thoir wavon wealth, liko suinni6r.streams,: . Bojoico amid. t...

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FIRST INNINGS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

' Piust Innings of ViaroniA. ' ,J. Slight,.' o. Massio, b Spof[orJ:h: . i . ?,:/15 P. M'Donnoll; o O..Baunoi,man, b:Tindalli-;,^''18, T. Horan, o Geary, b Tindall ? 13 l'\ Allan, o Giegoiy, b Tindall ' ? '28 D. Cam])boll, c Afassio, b' Evans. ? '6 Aloxandor, o and b ]3vans ; ... . . . ; . : . . , ; 8 Blackham, b Tindall ? 1 Boylo, c Massio. b SpotYorth. ... /. j'. i ..... j 20 Tonnent, c Spoil'orth, b Evans. . . ! ? 10 Palmor, 6 A. Bannorman, b Spoft'orth : 3 Coopoi\(not out) ? 1 ' Log byes, otc ? ? ? ? '9 , . Total...... ? 168 . Second Innings. . P. M'Donnoll, b Evans. . .'. . . :o J. Slight, lun out ? 3 Blackham, c Garrott, b Spoft'orth . . : ? 10 'l1. Horan, 1) Evans ? ? ? 14 E: Allan', ,b Tiiidall .'.- ? 31 Tonnant, o and b Tindall : .... . . / . . i . 2 D. Cauipboll, 1) Spoil'orth. v . .. :16 Aloxandor, b Spoil'orth . . . . ....... . ; . . v. . 0 Boylo, b Spoft'orth . .. . ..... 25 Coopor, o and b Spoil'orth.:. . . . . . . . . . : 1 Palmer, not out . . . ....... ..... ... ... ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

Marriage. Tyrrell — Blaoka. — On the 1st November, at the residence of the bride's parents, liy tho Rev. J. E. Carruthors.v, Edward George Tvrroll, to Mary Blacka, daughter of Mr. W.'Blacka, Cobargo.

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Intercolonial Cricket Match. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

. fnterculoniiil Griclict Match. ' Viotohia v. New South Wales.- 1 : Tiie abovo match, which commoncod on 'Priday last, was, concluded on Monday, mid resulted in a victory for Now South Wules by 32 runs. ? Tho following aro tlio scoi os : — , - - - , N Eirst Innings oi- N.S.W. ' ... ? 0; Bannorman, o Cooper, b Aloxandor . ; ; . . 3C W. Murdoch, c and b Boyle ? ? ! 21 A. Bannorman, c Cooper, b Aloxander ;. ; 52- N. Thompson, lbw, b Allan . : 25; E. Evans, st Blackliam, b Coopor ? 8 H. Massio, b Palmor. ? ? 13 P. Spoil'orth, 1) Palmor ? 1 D. Gregoi-y (not out) ? : . 19 T. W. Garrott, c Campbell, b Boyle . . . . . .17 A. Geary, o M'Donnell; b Palmor ; / - 0 E. Tindall, b Boyle .... i ...... . 4. Leg-byes, otc. . . , . - : ? 8 Total ? ? 201 .. , Skcond Innings. Oi Bannorman, b Bloxnndor /.- v-i . i 29 W. Murdocli, st Blackham, b Coopor . . . i i' 16: A. Bannorman, b Coopor ? ? 18 N. Thompson, b Aloxandor i - 13 E. Evans, o Hoian, b Coopor ? ? ? 3 II. Massio, o M'Donnoll, d Coopor ? ? r....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

Meeting ~to be IBeltl. No. 70, L.O.Ij., Terrara, meets on Friday (to-morrow) November 24, at 7.30 p.m. AND SIIOALHA VEN ADVERTISER. ' Published every TTImr.silJiy Kontiiii;. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1S79. :

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