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

[?] Tiie Agent-General.— It is reported, and We havo reason to boliovo, that Mr. Alexandor Stuart has accoptod tho position of Agont Gonerul for this colony in England. It is said that tho seat of Mr. Stuart will bo declared vacant when th'e Legislative Assembly moots this afternoon.—' Tuesday's 'Echo. hie j.. . a; iN . auompany. — vvo are' intormaa. by Mr. T. W. Eiidy, one of the directors of tho I. S. N. Company, that Mr. Edye Manning has telegraphed from tho Clyde that tlio now stoamer Kauioruka will bo completed about tho end of Fobruary, and is oxpoctod to mtiko tho passa^o to this colony in about sixty days, coming via tho Suoz Canal and tho Lowen, Tho Monaro ? mado tho passage in tho nuinbor of days stated, and as tho ICameruka will havo tlio advahtago of a stoel bottom and other improvements, it' is con sidered likely that she will not bo longer on tho passago than was the'' former.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dairy Interests. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

* ? The Bairy interests. : I ( From the Sydney Mail.) Tiie meeting which was held at Kiama last-week may bo regarded as a second stop towards obtaining that which wo have long advocated — a proper market for dairy produce'in this city. Assuming that tho work of our special reporter in eonnootion with the gathering delegatos has. received tho attontion which it deserved, wo ma j' make a few romarks concorning tho numerous defects of tho buttor trado which were brought prominontly forward at tho Kiama meeting. It would seem that tho most glaring fault — glaring becauso it is ono which might bo easily romediod — is tho manner in which tho the buttor is brought to markot. According to the statements mado by several delegates, undor tho present system, and t'10 ono which has beon in vogue for many years, tho kogs of buttor from tho South Coast are usually convoyed, be tho season hot or cold, by steamers which take their trips in the sunlight. Thus tho advantages which the cool overling b...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrara Telegraph and Post-office. CORRECTION—INCORRECT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

Terrara Telegraph ami Post-oflicc. I CORRECTION— INCORRECT, ' TO THE EDIT on of the telegraph. .. .Sir, — My attention having boon dirootod to a paragraph under tho titlo of ' Erratum .' in tho Torrara paper of Saturday, in justico to mysolf as tlio writer of tho report from which was takon tho item that forms tho subject' of tho one under notico, I desire to show that tlio alleged ' correction' is incorroct, tho disclaimer of tho News editor and his astuto coadjutor, notwith standing. In tho paper roforrod to, tho editor says: — 'Wo havo beon requested by Mr., D. Hyam to correct an error that appeared' in The Nowra Telegraph of Thursday last. In referring to tho Post and Tolograph offico to bo, oroetod in Torrara, in a paragraph it is stated, ' tho building to bo ready for occu pation within fivo months from tho dato of com pletion of tho contract.' That is what tho editor aforesaid has beon instructed to denominate an 'error.' Now, mark the correction, to which any fourth-class sc...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Education Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

, Th« I5nllsiC!sti«J!i.lS58I. Tjie Ih-isbano Courier of the 13th instant, in an article on the bill introduced by Sir. Henry Parkes, observes : — ' Tlio leading features of tho new Education Act introduced in the Legislative Assembly of Now South 'Wales promiso, if tliovsbill passes without serious alteration, to assimilate the educa tional ; system : of that colony to ours. '. ; .- . There is ono noteworthy point iu connection with thisljill, muI thatffis^that it undoubtely owos its existence tutlie Wilution of Archbishop Vaughau.y'\\Mpus ffuinions havo been ' expressed***xis \o :the ii^ffdmico wliichtlieEoman Catholic clergy have ovor tho laity in these colonies ; 1 but it is clear that at any rato they can very materially influence public opinion among Protestants. Attempts have frequently been made of late years by tlio Education League; and :by various political aspirants iu New South 'Wales, to got up an agitation against tho continuance of Stato-aid . to Denominational - scho...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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A Gentle Hint for the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

SBissi. fos' #5jo BjisiSae.s. j OirjUUTY is gonorally supposed to covor a multitude of sins ; but on tho outskirts of this multitudo thoro aro many littlo lurking larrikins of sin that tho mautlo of charity is not broad enough to covor. Making anuis anco of yoursolf is ono of thoso minor imps ; aud wo object to its assuming a very dis agrooablo .slnipo amongst' our fair i'rionds.' Thoy should novor bo a nuisanco ; and it' seems almost liko rank blasphemy to liint that tlioy are. But thoro is a timo whon even tlio most charming spocimen of tlio1 woalcor, but yet tho stronger,' sejc\jboconies a ? : Hush ! say it mildly !-jja Miuisance. That supromo moment is, -?wlion slie^ walks up to .you with a subscription listNin her ?hand, and asks you' for a guinea to assist to buyihor pot iiarson' : an altar-cloth, or to purcliaso a now and improved mangle for a poor: but .clean — wo ; mean lionost— family; ' Which' do you valuo most, 0 ladios ! per sonal influenco or ; a : big. --. subscriptio...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 27 November 1879

The Man who Vends or Imports. — As many do, an imitation -or counterfeit of a populai medicinal ' cordial drmilc by thousands, knowi ng what ho vonds or ^imports to bo a pornioiotta articlo, dosorvos summary punishment, Bowurc of so-callod tonics' and dnu'otics recommondod uh bottor than or tlio samo as Udolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatio Schnapps,', and purcliaso nono but tlio gonuino preparation. — Adv. Holloway's Ointment 'and .Pills.—1 Tho finest roniodios in tho world for bad logs, old wounds,, soros, and ulcors, t If .usod according ..to dirootions givon with thom^tiipro is no wound, bad log or ulcerous sore, howovor ohstinato or long standing, ? but will yiold- to thoir healing and , curativo proportips. 'Numbers of porsons who havo boon pationts in -sovoral of tho largo hosi-itals undor tlio caro of ominont surgeons, without doriving' tho slightest'' bonofit, liavo boon thoroughly cured by Holloway's Ointin'eut and Pills; Por glandular swolling, tumours, scurvoy, and- diseases...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

'No pont up Utica contracts our powers' may bo truly said of ono of thn most invaluable preparation of modorn timos, for its salos uro not confined to any particular sphoro, butoxtond ovor all tho quarters of tlio globo. Ordors aro boing constantly rocoivod from romoto sections, and its , export- constitutes ono of tho wtaplos of our triulo.- Circulars and pamplilots oxplanatory of its curative '. properties h^--o boon translated into all languages, arid tlioro is no portion of tho . world wliero Udolplio Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic ?Schnapps is not known.— Adv. , IIollo way's Pills.— Enfooblod Existonco. — This modicino ombracos every attribute required in a general and domestic remedy; it overturns the foundations of disease laid by defective food and impiu-o dir. In obstructions or congestions of tlio liver,- lungs, bowols, or any othor ^organs thoso Pills aro especially serviceable and ominently successful. Thoy should bo kept in readiness in every fainily, being amodicino of inco...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

LOCASj SafTJElLMGH3ftTCE. It' is notified by advertisement that tho bank at Ncwra will be closed at 12 o'clock this day and to-morrow. Flat Rock Creek Bridge.— The new bridgo over Flat Rock Creek, on tho Braidwood Road, about 2 miles from Nowra, was inspected and passed by Mr. Superintondont Williamson of tho Roads Department, on Saturday last. Tho bridge, which has a span of about fifty feet, was constructed by Messrs. Robert Condie, Phillip Ryan, and othors. It is faithfully made, and will be a convenience to tho travelling public on the roads in that part. SnoALTiAVEN Bkidge.— Tho operation of placing' tho cylinders in preparation for tho reception of the concreto for tho piers, is being vigorously carried on at tho bridge works, Nowra. The abutment on tho northern side of tho river is also steadily progressing towards 'completion. In another column it will bo observed that tenders aro invited by Mr. Bates, agent for the Edgemoor Iron Co., for the sup ply of timber required in co...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land in Cultivation in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

]Laii(l in Cultivation in la-cland. ? 1 E 5 The recently publishedlagriciuture statistics of Ireland for 1879 'givo sWio valuable | information with respect to tne land under cultivation there. In 1878 thef total acreage bearing crops was 5,204,0055 acres. This year there is a decrease of 82fil7 acres, tlie total boing 5,121,788. Tho tptal acreage of cereal crops in 1878 was 1,831,521, whilo this year tho number nmjounts only to 1,761,800, acres. In 1878 tlio total acreage of 'green crops amounted to 1,317,863 acres, whereas, the total reached this year is 1,924,636 acres. In 1878 ajAiiu the acreage of flax amounted to 111,817, and that of meadow and clovor to l|924,34S acres, whereas' this year tho numbers are 128,004 and 1,924,804, respectively, showing an incroaso in the amount of land cultivated for flax. In tho present year tho cultivation of wheat has increased to the extent of 3467 acres; of barley, to tlio extent of 10,689 .acres ;. of beans and poas to tho extent of 16,187'...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Inquest. An inquest was hold at Nowra on Saturday last before T. M. Richards, Esq., Coroner for the district, touching the death of a femalo child, aged 1 year and 10th months, named Amy Alico Whitoman, wlio had boon found drowned in a well on tho previous day at tho roar of tho premises occupied by her paronts. Tlio following jury woro sworn: John Glanvilloi J.P., (Foreman), M. Marrack, W. Benney, John Holland, son., John AL Jjaron, Thomas Hood, Ohristoplior Graham, J. Fitz-. gorald, John Holland, jun., W. J. Nolson, and Thomas Edwards. -' Aftor viewing tho body, the; first witness examined was , , J. Whitoman (fathor 1 of deceased), who deposed: He wasnndor ground managor attho Bridgo works ; whon he wont , to -work - in tho morning, he loft decoasod' arid her mother at homo, quite well; about four o'clock in tho afternoon he was sont for, and on his arrival at homo, ho found tho child dead ; every possible moans woro used to restoro life ; ho did not know of his own knowledge how...

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A New Application of Instantaneous Photography. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

A Sew ilpsilication of In»t»n tn»eoii» Photomhtphy. Mit. MAYnniDGE's motliod »f photographing liorsos in rapid motion BasI'latoly boon appliod in San Francisco to |ho study of human action, particularly that of athlotos, whilo performing thoir various feats. In order to display as completely , as possiblo tho mpvomonts of tlio actor's musclos, tliej'' woro brief trunks wliilo .performing, and thus' all tho intricate movements of boxing, wrestling, fencing jumping, mid tumbling woro instantaneously' nnd exactty picturod. Tlio first exporimont consisted in photograph ing an athloto whilo: .turning a back somer sault. Ho stood in front of tlio camora motionless, and at a signal sprang in tho air, turnod backwards; and in a second was again in his original position. Short as was tho timo consumed, 14 negates woro clearly takon, showiug him in as irnnv dift'oront positions. 'Tlio samo man vtfa^V iiko takon wliilo niaking a running hi^ j^iuq). The i jump-gungo was placed at tlio] 4 -foot ...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Central Shoalhavcn Municipal . Council. ' Terrara, Tuesday, December 2. Tiie Council met at 3.30. Prosent— tho full Council, oxcepting Alderman Elyard. . The minutes of previous mooting woro read and confirmed. 7 - ; ' . correspondence. Outwards consisted of — 1. W. R.. Elyard and Co., ordoring supply of tiinbor. 2.- John Hous ton, acquainting him of the decision of Council at last meeting with reforonce to his application for a foot-bridgo over the' Crookhavon Creek. 3, 4, and o, to Messrs. J. Armstrong, A. Hyam, A. B. Elyard, and James Hannigan, giving notice respectively that the growth of noxious weeds on their farms was in contraveri tion of the provisions of by-law 52. Inwards — 1. From 0. I. Watson, ? withdraw ing fiom the terms of the contract for printing,: entered into between him and the Council, his reasonboingthat an aldermanhadinthe chamber charged him with having coolly debited the Council with tho cost of advertising requisition and reply which tho Council had not or...

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Origin of two Popular Poems. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Origin of two Popular Poems. Hood's touching lyric, ''^The Song of, the Shirt,' was tlio work of an ovoniug.' Its author was prompt^}! te write, it bv^Jie con dition of thousands of 'wontmg--,wpmon\ in tho city of - London. The effect of its pro duction was foresoen by two person's,- the pool's wife and Mark Lemon, tho editor of lJunch. 'Now mind, Tom — mind my words,' said his devoted wife, ' this will tell wonderfully. It is one of the best things you over did.' Mr. Lom^n, 'looking- over .his letters ono morning, opened \n\nvelope enclosing a poem which QtS wluttfl' .sirid had been rejected by three Londdn journals. Ho begged tho editor to consign it' to the waste-paper baskot if it was not thought suitable for Punchy as the author was ?'sick of tho sight of it.' The poem was signed Torn Hood, and was entitled .' The Song- of the Shirt.' It wn&subuiiijted to the weekly meeting of the^klitor^aiM^nicipal contributors, sovoral ~oi wlion\ opposed) its publication as unsuitable...

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Telegraph and Post Office for Nowra. WE are indebted to Mr. H. Moss for the communication quoted below:— "General Post Office, "Sydney, November 25, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Telegraph ami VdsHlirice for Minvrn. I We are indebted to Mr. H. Moss for tho com munication quoted below : — 'Goneral Post Offico, ' Sydnoy, Novombor 25, 1879. 'Sir,— With roforonco to the lottor prosontcd by you on tho 15th instant, from Mr. Honry Moss, of Nowra, urging on bohalf of tho resi dents tho oroction of a Post and Telegraph Offico there, I am directed to inform you that tlio Post master-Gonoral has approved of tho sum of £800, for tho orection of a Post and Tolograpli Offico at Nowra, boing placed on tho noxt Estimates. 'I havo tho honour to bo, Sir, ' Your obedient soryant, ^ 'S. H. Lamuxon, ' Secretary. . ' T. Garrett, Esq., M.P., Sydnoy.' '

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ENGLAND FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

England Fifty Years' Ago. j In thoso days tlioro woro no onvolopos for lottors, and postage was calculated by dis tance; twopence in tho metropolitan district, tenponco to York, one sliillSjig an(l twoponco to Edinburgh, two shillings toVTohu o' Groats house, something almost iJroWbitivo to tho Continent of- Europo\ 'IJtawiks ' woro in groat requost ; and-iTOniljors xjf both Houses of Parliamont were daily, if not hourly, beseiged by letter- writers, -to obtain the privilege of thoir names on thov corners of the epistles, which would not liavo boen sent through the posts at all -unloss thoy could nave oeon sont gratis, vvnen -sir Rowland Hill proposod his scliemo of a uniform rate of postage, ho was considorod a daring' revolutionist, destined to ruin tlio country, evon when ho fixed the rate tempor arily at fourponco. When, after a quiot interval, to accustom tlio panic-strickon public to tlie groat chango originally con templated, tho rato was reduced to a ponny, eldorlypooplohold...

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Shoalhaven Regatta Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Shoalhaven Regatta Club. A meeting of tho Committoo of the abovo . named Club was hold at tlao Numba Hotol on Thursday, night last. Present— Tho Prosidont Mr. F. Flatt (in tho chair), and Messrs. R. Looming, R. Finlayson (Yicb-Prosidents), P. TV. Halt (Secretary), R. llindor (Troasuror), G. Armstrong; -22. Bice, Jas; Kennedy,' J. Wellor, and J. Maclean. — After reading aud conflrma -tion of tho mmutos, tho By-laws of tho club were takon seriatem and amonded, or confirmed, as agreed on by majority':— In tlio paragraph specifying that tho ontranco feo for each raco bo 10 per cent, on amount of prize, Mr. Konnody moved, and Mr. Bico socondod, that tho ontranco feo bo reduced 50-por cont. or 5 por cont. on amount of prize, urging in support of tho motion that tlio feos of ontranco and qualifica tion came ratlior oppressive ou a limited num ber of competitors. Tho senso of tho mooting appeared to bo against so considerablo a reduc tion, and an amondment by Mossrs. Hindor and Maclean, to ...

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A Remarkable Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

A RcmarkaMc Cl'ock. Tiieiie is now on exhibition in Detroit, Michigan, a clock (tho work of Mr. Felix Meier, a mechanic), which is said to eclipse the famous clock at Strasburg in complexity and interest. It stands 18ft. in height, and is enclosed in a black walnut, frame elabor ately carved and ornamented. ? Tho crowning figure is that of: ' Liberty,' on a .canopy over , the head of 'Washington, who is seated on a marble dome. . The canopy is supported by columns on either sido. On nine niches below, at the four corners of the clock, are four human figures representing 'Infancy,'' ? '??Youth,' 'Manhood,' and 'Ago;' each lias a bell in ono hand and a hammer in the .other. The niches aro supported by angols with flaring, torches, and ovor the centre is the .figure of old Fathor Time. At the quarter-hour, tho figuro of tlio infant strilcos its tiny bell ; at the half-lioOx, tfle figure of youth strikes liis bell ofMoudoV tone ; at tho third , quarter, the manSst^ikesdiie ob'll ; and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

To our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tlio pro prietor, at tho office of tllis paper. ®Ije Migrant, AND SHOALI1A YEN ADVERTISER. Published every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, :879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Illawai'ra Steam ftTavagatiioBi CoiMjiaiiy. ' STEAMERS TIME TABLE. . J1K0M S II 0 A L II A V E N , Monday,' O a.m. tlnivsilay, S a.m. FROM SYDNEY, , ' Tuesday a»«1 Friday, at 14 p.m. All moals supplied during tlio pussagos of tlio i stoninois frco of charge. . Tho Steam Droglioro, under charge. of , Captain Buohaiinii, aro always plying oil tho Shoalhavon i Rivor in connection with tlio Sydnoy stoainors. ? ? Ji. MANN nsTG. s. ? ? — ? JEnglhili, StwMi.sli, and AuMi-alinii Cliai'tcrcd JSaiilc. . ' A ,-iBRANCTI of (his Hank is now OPEN at XJL'; NOWRAy Shoalhavon, in temporary: p'omisoB, for: tlio . transaction, of ;all. usual bank ill' business. ? ??/?????? : ? ? ? . JOHN DOAVLING, . - ? : Muimgor. . i Sydney, oth Juno. 1878. j Wanted to bc.Kuowii, ?'WT JONES, -.Collins-street,' Kiama, lias VV . Horses and Vehicles FOR ILIRE. ILo is propnrod to run botweon Wollongong and Ulladulln. ... ? t1 Also, that ho is a cnsli purchaser of Hides and . skins in any quantity. . ? - Mr, W. C. K1MG; :...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 December 1879

Coiuincrcial Intelligence. - [by electric telegraph.] Sydnoy, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Suporfino flour, £13 10s to £14 10s per ton; lucerno hay, £4 to £4 os; oaten hay, £3 10s; Hunter Rivor potatoes (now), £7 10s to £8 10s : onions, from tho saino locality, £9 to £10; inaizo, 2s 4d.per bushel; do (inferior), Is 6d; butter, 4d to 6d per lb ; bacon, 3d to 6d ; cheeso, 5d to Sd ; beeswax, Cd to 8(1 ; honejy 2id to 3i}d; eggs, lOd to Is per dozen; fowls, 4s to 4s 6d per pair.; ducks, 3s 9d to 4s; geese, 6s to 7s; turkeys, 6s to 12s; pigs (alive), 2Ad to 3Ad per lb; sucking pigs, 2s Gd to 5s each; calves, os to los ; calfskins, Od to Is.

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