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Death of Constable Bowen. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
? moniEi off ConsiaiMc Rowen. .1 CoNSTAJir.K Uowen, who -was shot by tho bush-, ranger Moonlight in tho encounter . at | Mljlcdo's farm, noar Wantabadgory, last | Monday, died at half-past 4 o'clook on Sunday :i morning. Up to Friday night ho Boomed to bo. improving, and to bo gradually rocovoring tho;i uso of liis arms and logs, but during Friday, night ho beenmo vory rostloss and could not sloop, antl on Saturday ng was uunnuua. j.uu; doliriUm. remained almost throughout tho day,; but at night tho wounded man slopt for a fow hours, ana it wis hoped by his atlondanls that on awakoning ho wonldbooasior. Sleep, howovor, brought no roliof, and grndually tho pationt sank and died at tho hour liumod, unconsciousness remaining to tho last. A fow words concerning tho caroor of constable Bowon will doubtless bo , road with much interest at tlio prosont. timo. Edward Mostyn Wobb Bowon was born at.-, tho. vicarngo, Camroso, Pembrokeshire, Wales, in tho year 1851 ; liisfatlior, thollov. AViUi...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
Telegraphic IntcUigcncc. I PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. . AVednesday, 4 p.m.4 In tho - Logislativo Assombly, yostorday, the Speakerj announced the resignation of Mr. Alex ander Stuart., mombor for East Sydnoy, ho hav ing accepted ; the Agont-Gonoralship. The date for nomination'' of a candidate to fill tho ? va'cant seat, is fixed for December 15, and tlio | election for December 23.— Mr. Garrett intro duced a bill to legalise tliouse of the ' totalisator.' | Mr. Lackey, on bolialf of the Government, expressed liis intention to oppose tho socond reading of tho bill. — Mr. Watson announced that ho would make his Financial Statomont next Wednesday. Sir Henry Parltos informed, tho House that the Government would o]ipose the measure (?) In roplv to a deputation, Mr. Jonnings said nnv exhibitor Belling exhibits in the Garden Palace would forfeit his claim to exhibit.
Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
Commercial Intelligence. . [by electric telegraph.] ? Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. ; Superfine ilour,. £13 10s to £14 10s per ton: liny (new), £4 to £4'os : hay. (old), £4 to £4 5s ; oaten hay, £3 to £3 10s ; potatoes (old); £6 to JO 10s ; potatoes (now), £8 ; onions (now drop); . £16 to ?£19 ; maizoj ? 2s ; 5d por. bushol Now South : WaloS: wheat, 5s -Gd ; to 6s:; buttor, 4d ? to fid per :1b bacon, 3d to Gd; choose, Gd to ii^d ; . pigs (alivo), 2id to 3d por 'lb ; beeswax; ,'id to.Sd; hon ay, 2d to 3d; lard, 4d to 5d ; fowls, 4s to 4s Gd por pair; ducks, 4s to 4s Gd ; ?-eoso, 6s to 7s ; turkeys, 6's to 12s ; eggs, 8d-to 9d per -dozen ; duck- eggs, 8d to 9d; sucking : pigs, 2s Gd to 5s each ; calves, 5s to 20s.
THE INQUEST AND COMMITTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
THE INQUEST ANI)'; COMMITTAL. ' Gundagai, Tuosday, — The inquest on tho body of Edward Mostyh Wobb Bowon, who was * shot doad in tho bushrangiiig encounter at M'Glodo's, was hold yesterday. The foi\r bush rangors were presont in court, and occupied seats before the dock. They wero all heavily ironed and handcuffed. Still Moonlight took notes iroely, and was provided with pupor and pencil. Moonlight was cloprossod in spirits, but Rogan, Williams, aud Bonnott conversed frequently, and smilod as amusing portions of tho ovidenco came out. Moonlight smiled a little at times whou spokon to by his mates ;, ho fears tho fato boforo him';'' but tho othors appear not to realise thoir position fully. ' Tho ovidenco given by tho con stables was similar to that previously tondored. Dr. M'Killop gavo frosh ovidonca. Ho de posed ho hiid madp ri post-mortem examination tlio previous day on tho body of doeoasod. Ho found tho bullot produced in tho body near tho ? spinal column ; iti oxactly fitted t...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
LOCAIi'IlVT®IiBiI-3-]ElVTCJE. . I Tite incorroctnoss of an alleged concoction reforring to a paragraph in our last issue is sot. : lorth bv our managor who is responsible for tho correctness of tho report of tho meeting. ? Auctions. — Wo would direct attention -to the . auction sales advertised in another column. Leoaj,. — Mr. Alfred Roborts, Solicitor, now rosiding at Torrara, lias commenced tho prno tiso of his profession in all its branches m the Shoalhaven district. Land Counts. — Mr. Commissioner Burno ; will hold Court at Nowra noxt Thursday and Fri day, tho 4th and 5th proximo ; and at Kiama on' the 8th December, and at Milton oil the 11th? Yalwal. — On Monday last Mr. Linkonbagh proceeded to Sydnoy in charge of 8G ozs. of gold, from Yalwal for tho Svdnoy Mint. The largest of tho two cakes was 50 oz of rotorted gold, tho ?iiroduct of 80 tons of stone from tho Pioneer Co.'s claim, brought to Nowra by. Mr. Aldouson Saturday last, Vice-Regal Yisit to Siioalkavex. — By our report...
PARTICULARS ABOUT THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
PARTICULARS ABOUT THE BUSHRANGERS. ' Molbourno, Thursday.— James Nosbitt, alias Lyons, Was a fine tall young follow, splondidly dovolopod, aged 24, and had sorved several light sontencos. Ho was then sentenced to four yoars and a half for robbery with violence. 'This, expired in April last, soon aftor Moonlight had been released. Tho two wore groat chums in Pontridgo, and, in order to presorve' discipline, had to bo soparatod. After thoir release, -'-tliey wore inseparable companions. Nosbitt acted ns Moonlight's secretary during his looturirig tour. Afterwards thoy disappeared, and it being known that thoy had purchased revolvers, warrants . wore issued, aud they gavo tliomsolvos up at Clunos, having previously presented the revol vers to a clorgymnn at Blackwood. Thoy wero next hoard of at Williamstown, where a chargo of attempting to^ 'break into the temporary con viction barracks and release prisoners was laid, Tho' case fell through, owing to fivo of the con victs failing to ad...
Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
'Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. - November 19. — Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. 22. — Our Own (s.), from Sydney; Illawarra (s.), from Sydney. „ 24. — Moceyari (sell.), from Sydney. DEPARTURES. November 19. — Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 20. — Illawarra (s,), for Sydney. „ 21. — MaryAnn(ketch), forSydnoy. „ ? 22. — Promise (ketch), for Sydney. ,, 24.— Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Por Illawarra (s.), Captain Garde, on tlio 20th November, 1879. To Sydney : 319 kegs butter, 114 pigs, 5 calves, 20 bags maizo, 39 cases oggs, 10 coops and 3 boxes poultry, 6 baps oysters, 3 casos tallow, 6 bags bacon, 4 packages leather, 1 caso cheese, and sundries. To Kiama : 30 baps maize, 4 cnses, 1 saw. To AYollongong : 16 bags maize, 1 caso eggs, 1 kog butter, 1 bag hides. Per lllawarra (s.1, Captain Garde, on the 24th November, 1879. To Sydney : 197 bags maizo, 32 kogs butter, 7 pigs, 2 cows, 1 horse and buggy, 12 cases eggs, 2 bass oysters, 2 casos honey, 34 chooses, and sundries...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
SIln.ivaii'1'a Steam Tasivo^sjiioi Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. J£jV 11 0 M S II 0 A L II A V E N Jlonday, 6 a.m. Tliursilaj', 8 a.m. PROM SYDNEY, Tuesday ami .Friday, at IX y.»n. ' All moals supplied during tho passages of tli slcamors free of charge. ' , Tho Steam Drogliors, undorchargo of Captai Buchanan, aro ahvnys plying.ontlio Shoalliavo si.;- Eivor in connection with tho Sydnoy .stoairiors. V ' E. MANNING. English, Scottish, and Australian Gliarlcrcd liiinli. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN a J\. NOAAliA, Shoalliavon, in tomporar promises, for tho transaction of all usual bank ing business. JOHN DOAVLING, ? . 'Manager. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. ?: Wanted to lie Known. 'W7' JONES, Collins-str^ot, : Kiama, lia VV . Horses and Vehicles FOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to run bctwoon 'Wollongonj and Ulladulla. Also, tlwt lio is a cash purelmsor of Ilidos am skins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. KIM, S O.L IC.I TOR, & c., KIAMA. D. LIMBSAY BYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, ? '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
Appointment. MR. CHRISTOPHER MURRAY, of Numba, Shoalhaveu, has been duly appointed AGENT for the Shoalhaven Telegraph and Kiama Independent. All Orders^ for Advertise ments or Printing received through him will bo promptly attended to, and his receipt for sub scription, on account of either of the above mentioned Journals will bo a sufficient discharge. JOSEPH WESTON, Proprietor Independent and The Telegraph. Independent Office, Kiama, Nov. G, 1879.
THE BUSHRANGER MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
THE BUSHRANGER MOONLIGHT. Wo aro indobtod to a Govornmont officer for the. following : — Roforring to tho rocont bush ranging noar Wagga, Captain Moonlight, who calls himself tho loador of tho gang, is identical with Androw Goorgo Scott, who was arraigned upon fivo charges of false protoncos, at tho Sydnoy Quarter Sossions, on tho 20th and 21st Decembor, 1870, boforo his Honor Judge Simpson. Ho was tried and convicted upon two chargos for which ho wus sontonced to to 12 and 18 months hard labour in Maitland gaol, con current sontencos. ,Ho was sont from Darling hurst goal to Maitland, on Gth January, 1871, and was rccoivcd back to Darlinghurat again on Mar.ch 30, 1872, undor romatid, charged with assault and robbory. Ho was discharged on April G, 1872, rind has not beoniu tho gaol thoro since. Ho must have bohaved hiinsolf woll m Maitland, as lio recoived tho full remission. I boliovo ho is tho man who has given so much trouble in Pontridgo. When first ho' was recoived hero ho gavo ...
FURTHER HEARING IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
FUROTER HEARING IN COURT. Gundagai, Thursday. — Tho polico court in quiry ou tlio capital chargo is not yot finished. It was adjourned at 5.3G p.m. till 10 a.m. to morrow. The caso for tho Crown is closed. Moonlight wished to ro-opon tho crossoxainina tion of constablo Hcdley. Tho polico magistrate, howovor, becoming suddonly annoyed at Moon light's unseemly remarks positively refused to allow him to further ' cross-examine tho witnoss. ' Jloonlight tliori apologised, arid said ho was carried away by his oxoitod feelings. Ho thon requested hndinsistod'upon a memorandum being added to tho depositions to tho olfoct that, ou accountof his wantonly assaulting tho Boneli and ?witnesses, ho was not allowed to pursue his cross-exaninatioii. Superintendent' Singleton said that as Moonlight was defending liimsolf and mates without tho aid of counsel, lio ought to bo allowed moro latitudo. The polico magis trate accordingly; adjourned to allow of tho further .cross-examination of constablo Ho...
INQUEST ON THE BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
, inquest on tiik bodies. :. Gundagai, Thursday. — Tho inquest on tho' .bodies of the two men shot ivas hold yesterday, . boforo tlio coroner, Mr. W. C. Weekes. Tlie jurymen., fijst -, procoodod 4to tho x hospital and ; : viewed tho'P bodiosfl' at tho: dsadhuiisov ithore.': GoorgoRowo, a constable lit Wagga; deposed : I recogniso the two men as those shot at M'Glede's fann near Wautabadgery, botweon 12 and 1 o clock on Monday, tlio, 17th instant. I could not say who shot them. On Sunday ovoning, at 8 p.m., word \vds sout to tho polico at- Wagga that the homestead at Wautabadgery was: stuck up by seven moil, who had '20' or 30 men bailed up insido. C'onstablos Hedloy, Johns, Williamson, 'and witness started for tlio ;scoiio of tho robbery. Wo arrived tliorb about '4. o'clock on Monday morning, just breaking day. Wo wont round the back of tho liouso, knowing the dangerof going by tho front, as it .was tfio exposed. Weleft our horsos at tho fence, 400 yards from tho liouso, and walked ...
The Bushrangers. IDENTIFICATION OF THE GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
The .&iis9grangcrg. .. .. : ( From the Evening News.) ^ .. . ; ; identification of the . GANG, -t i Gundag.u, Thursday. — Tho members of tho gang havo all been identified. Detoeti vo Joseph ?Brown, of the Victorian police, gavo bvidenco at tho inquest in idontification of the prisoners and .thoir. dead comrades. Ho recognised one of tho bodies as that of James Lyons, alias Nosbitt, a -iiiatq of Moonlight's, who was liboratcd- from Pentridgo last March, after serving four and iii; half years for assault and, robbery ; tho other body tho dotoctivo recognised as Augustus Wronicko, son of au hotelkooper in Swanston streot, Melbourne. Ho l'ceoguised Moonlight at onco. Tho other prisoners are Graham Bennett, aged 29, a seaman, who recently catno' from England, and is a convicted thief ; James Rogan, 23 years, a native of Hay, of whom 'nothing is, known ; and Thomas Williams, aged 19, a' native ' of tho colony, of whom also nothing is kuown.
THE BUSHRANGERS IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
? TIIE BUSnitAJfGERS IN- COURT. Gundagai, Thursday.— At tho polico court, at 10 o'clock this morning, Scott; ' ^ alias Moonlight, togotlior with Rogan, AVilliams, and Bonnott, wore brought boforo thepolico magistrate. Thoy lire all charged as principals in shooting with intent to murdor. . Constablos Rowoand Carroll's ovidoncq was takon. Moonlight defended him solf and' his companions with great ability, and takes oxtonsivo notes with paper and poucil found him by tho court. Moonlight admits that constablo Rowo grazed tlio loft sulo of liis neck with a bullot, inflicting a slight Wound, rinil says Rowo firod splondidly. Ho also comi)li montcd Carroll, saying, ' You aro a plucky old follow, and speak 'the truth.' Tho examination is oxpoctod to last.throo or four days, as Moon light prolongs tho proceedings by his long and sevoro cross-examinations and lengthy remarks to tho Bench. Superintendent Singleton, of Albnry, conducts tho prosocution. Dr. Roberts has arrived from Sydnoy to at...
Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
Shoalhaven A. & ID. Association. Through tho courtosy of tho Socrotary wo aro enabled to give the following report of tho pro ceedings at tho last meeting of tho Committee of the A. and H. Association of Shoalhavon :— A Committee mooting of this . Society took placo on Friday last, at 7 p.m., at the Green hills Iron Store. In tho absonco of tho presi dent and vice-presidents, Mr. Lamond proposed and Mr. Hvam seconded, that Mr. F. W. Flatt take tho chair. Carnod. Tho minutes of pre vious meeting wero road and confirmed, on tho motion of Messrs. Hyam and Murray. Tho secretary intimated' having invited his Excel lency Lord Augustus Loftus to bo present at tho noxt Annual Exhibition, and read , a reply from his private secretary, stating that it was impos sible for him to say then wliothpr ho would bo ablo to bo present or not. Tho secretary also intimated having written to i-tho proprietors of : the following journals for quotations to adver tiso a short notico of tho Annual Ex...
The New Education Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879
'S'iio .Jt'B' I3«|jscats«jt !J!£aSJ. I Ix viow of our limited space in a weekly journal, instead of giving tho Now Education Bill iii oxtonso, wo reprint tho following couciso and complete summary from the Jicho of tho l!itli instant: — ? ? ..' .ilj \ . ?- \S- 'Tlio Government havo re(lepmed their promise 111 regard to tho onrlyt) introduction of tho Education Bill, : for it jvaVrWl ti first time last niglit ; ' and its-4 second; Siding stands nil ordor of the day for this day weok. Tlio reason for taking tho second reading of such an important measuro at so. early a dato was statod - by tlio Premier to. bo his desire that ' his sontimonts as tlio Ministor in chargo of tho bill, should go forth to tlio country with tho bill itsolf.' That is rea sonable -pnough, although at is scarcely applicable, bocauso tho bill has now a wook's start of tlio Ministerial Gxposition of;.', ' sonti monts and it is scarcely likoly'v tliat'. tho public will suspond tlioir judgmont upon -it until next T...