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Shoalhaven Turf Club Races. FIRST DAY.—THURSDAY, DEC. 4. JUDGE: Mr. James Ryan.—Starter: Mr. W. Purdie, jun.—Clerk of the Course: Mr. J. Murray. Stewards: Messrs. J. Campbell, jun., C. Lovegrove, W. Purdie, jun., T. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Shoiilliavcit Turf Club Blaccs. - - Futsi' Day. — Thumsday, Dec. 4. . Judge: Mr. James Rvan. — Startor: Mr. AV.-i Purdie, jun. — Clorlc of. tho Courso : Mr. J. Murray. Stewads : Messrs. : J. Campbol) , jun., 0. Lovogrovo, AV. , Pnrdio, jun., T. Horno, John Monison, A. Pollock, 0. Murray, E. Caffory, and J. Smith. : Tho 'above ' races, which woro postponed from a provious dato, camo off on tho Nuinba c-iurso on Thursday and Friday last.' . Tlio : attendance on both: days, wo understand, -was not up to that .ofv.forinor' meetings; of. tho ,- Club. - AVo havo -heard moro-. thau. ono reason lassigned: for- this falling. off in tlio attendance, but. without making further cominont, wo pass on to givo . our roport. Tho weather throughout the mooting: (oxcopt ing,: perhaps, the second day, \ which was a littlo too wnrml.- was all that could bo dosired. . 'I'lin courso was a littlo hoavy, ospoeially. at;tho:baok. ?AAro must not omit to .mention tho vory sub stantial grand, stand,, which lia...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Nowra Municipal Council. ' Tuesday, Deoember 8. The V Council mot at 7.30 p.m. ; Present — tho Mayor, 'and Aldormon Gray, 'Moss, and Mona glian. Tho minutes of previous meoting woro road and confirmed; . ' Tho Mayor brought. 'up tho' roport of tho Financo ; Committoo, recommondiug that tho. iindoi'mentioned itoms bo paid, viz. : ,F. Sidnov; wages, £8- 8s ; Thomas Duff, £6 ; J. AAroston,' advertising fromiFobruary 27 to Soptomber 30, ' £3 lGs 9d; C., Harvey,, balance of wages 'for work on, Nowra .' Common, £4 ; Mrs. 'M^Guiro,: rent of gravel pit^ £1. Total, £21 4s 9d. : ' v Tlio roport was adopted on tho motion of Aldermen Moss and Gray.' . ? A report was recoivod from tho Inspector of By-laws for tho Council, detailing tho oircum- ; st'anco of the conviction of M'Kay for a broach of tho Municipal by-laws of Nowra. Alderman Mona'ghau reported vorbally the decision arrived at botween Harvey and the committee _ appointed' to roport on ' his 'claiin against tho Council' for balance of m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

x ' ITmicc. \/fR- Ja/eS^wAaio/ AVATCHMAICER , -Lll. ? ? otcy ot' Kiamalwijl enll at Nowra ondiis' i : roturn i'rtfin Milton, ifcxt week, and will attend'-! ,? to. any .wk or ordo/s loffc for him at' Nowra in ?; tho intoiim. / | , ' Ci/allenge! TN answor to wliafc scorns to bo a Challorigo, ; X Nvhicli appoaroV in tbo Ilia warm Mercury;' , . dated Novembor 1-i, 11870, I itiako tlio following under Jgnod/ \J prepared to ROAV a MATCH agyiist \t. /BEACH (winner of tho : ;:;late Hlawnrm Lakcl Boat Race), for £50, or as ,j:.muoli moro Is howiSios. Tlio raco to borowedin ?' light 'skiffs not to eAood 22 foot ovorallj'skiffs ysto bo string-tost, ancl tlio distance not. loss -than : 3 milos. A match c|n bo- mado by Miv Boaoli -giving 3 day's noticl and-- mooting' mo 'at -Mr.'; : Farralier's. llotel, Kiama, whon ; all arrange-! inonts will bo comple/ed. GJ3RKAD ARMSTRONG, ? - ? i Crookhavcn; Shoalhaven, ; I GRAND ^ 01? VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, ' ON ' ' BOXTNG^ NIGHT, BAND mt NOWRA. ME/ c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Tire. Alan who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit, of a popular' inodicinal cordial drunk by thousinids, knowing what lio vonds or imports to bo a pornicious arliolo, dosoryossu miliary punislimont. Bownrc of so-callod tonics and diurotics ro2omnioudod as bottor than or tho same ris Udoljiho- Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic SjIui ipps, aid pnroluuio none but the goiiuino preparation. — Adv. , Dew or the Alps.— Tho world _ outsulo of Euro])o having discovorod that til's palatub'.o tonic liquor is tlio unest mvigorunt oxtant, tho I donin.nd for it in tlio West Indies, South Amorica I nnd Australia has literally become - enormous. It is strango for hundreds of years so wonderful an iippoti/or and stomachic should liavo been comparatively unknown beyond tho Swiss fron tiers, and tlio thanks of millions',, aro duo to Mossrs. M. Moss and Co.,\th&v.well known importers for having in! roducied i t. Tho ship ments to Australia during tho'v.pa'fet yoar liavo boon so...

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Land Court. (Before Commissioner Burne.) NOWRA, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

.. — : ? ; ? ? ? ... - ' J Isanti Coui't. , 'i ; Nowra, Decejiber 4. , (Before Commissioner Burne.)- ' . A land Court -.of 'inquiry, was held at Nowra beforo Mr. Commissioner llurno,^ on -Thursday and Friday last, tho 4th and 5 Hi inst. Mi-. Inspector Mulligan appeared -for tho Crown. -. Tho first cases called for inquiry woro , in tho mattor of tlio conditional purchases;of Jas. and Edward Bryon,: but (hoy failed , to. apuearivon oitliet day * In regard to ? tho mineral solection\ of , Jas. ' .Stewart and Jas. AArilson, ol Broughton Oreok; leased on tho 12th Novomber, lfc74, the evidence of .tho losseos, went, to show that a sum of.£40 :4s :5d had beon oxpondodin tuunolling, and that in ordor. to soouro ingress and ogross to tho soloc-' tion thoy had boon compolled to jiurchaso adjoining land at auction, at a cost of iJ200. Mining operations woro suspended as thorolwas: ;iio local markot for, coal and no road- way -to ?other, market .places. - ? ?? luxe Samuel Ulrick's conditional ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

. » Origannl Cori-cspoiidcucc. [It is to bo distinctly understood that wo do not identify oursolvos with tho opinions of correspondents.] . . : . . ; - . ? Urn- Mail Koutc. TO THE EDITOH OF THE TELEQKAPIT. Sin, — In these progressive times, when it is important that wo roeoivod our Sydnoy corres pondence (which einbrncos tho wholo world) with as littlo dolny as possiblo, is it not rather play-, ing with that apt fool, tho public, whon wq find ft groat delay occasioned in tho transmission' of our correspondence owing to certain deviations' at- Cainbowarra ? - AA'o tho genoral public have no right to Joso a minuto or a. second in the ' dispatch-of our correspondence, which- ought to : be forwarded with tho greatest euro, and with tho utmost expedition. - I canuot say that tlio Postal authorities havo ' performed their dutios woll, if 'tlioy allow tho right and privilogo of tho pooplo of tho district to'bo hoodwinkod by tlioso who aro intorostod in ; putting on tlio extinguisher, and t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Lighting Mines by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

liig'liting: Manes l-y Electricity, j In a recent articlo contributed to tho Austra- ; lasiitn. by-Mr. Proctor, one of the leading . scientists of tho day, ho says :— Among tlio most important uses to which, olostrio light ing may bo applied, is that- of lillmninating i ;minos.: Por my own part, indood, I can soo no reason, why, by, tho exorcise of a littlo ingonuity, moans should ? not bo dovised for thus lighting coal mines and othor mines in which shafts, tunnels, and othor . compara tively confined spaces liavo to bo illuminated. In this easoperfoct snfoty against ox plosions of firodmnp could bo socurod; sinco tho elec tric light win bo obtainod within a space entirely separated from tho surrounding air. Tho only experiment, howovor, in illuminu tiug^niinos by electricity which has j'ot .boen tried on a largo scale was carried out in a miuo whore nd'pxplosions were to bo guarded against. A 12,000 candlo-power Brush machino was .put in oporation on tho Door Creole placer claim o...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

- Fjiiday, December 6. In re Jotn Stewart's 50 acres, transferred from I James Kelly, 6th February, 1873, respondont being duly sworn, ' stated : I am- aware that Kelly- was thero continually;, and : ifc residing thoro now; tlio land was , transferred to nie tliroiigh a business transaction : I had frequent opportunities of seeing fulfilled tho conditions, ot rosidonco. ? . ; .. . . Martin Kenny doiiosod : Ho knew tho soloc tion undor inquiry, it is improved by . clearing building to tlio , valuo of over £130 ; I know that Kelly has resided : on : it from- tho timo of soloction till now. ... /. ?, '? . In re Jas. Abornotliy's 40 acres, situate at Cainbowarra, in tho parish of Illaroo. Inspector Mulligan gavo ovidonco of tho eliaractor of tho improvements' and -residence, which woro con sidered satisfactory. . ,. I In re Thos. Rondall's 40 acres at Kangaroo Valley, the improvomonts and ovidonco of rosi donco woro considered satisfactoiy. . ' i Tlio roinainiiig selections respecting w...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. December 3. — Mary Ann (ketch), from Syd noy ; Ulawarra (s.), from Sydney. „ 6. — Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy; Ulawarra (s.), from Sydney. „ 7. — Ulawarra (s.), from Ulladulla. DEPARTURES. 'December 3.— Our Own (s.), for Sydney. ,, 4. — Ulawarra (s.), for Sydney; Si6ters (schooner), for Sydney ; Emily (ketch), for Shollharbour. .,, 7. — Ulawarra (a.), for Ulladulla. „ 8.— Ulawarra (s.), for Sydnoy ; Alox. Berry (s.), for AVollongong. EXPORTS. Per Ulawarra (a.). Captain Gardo, on the 27th November, 1879. To. Sydnoy: 321 kegs buttor, 96' cheeses, 75 pig«, 33 cases eggs, 16 coops poultry, 27 hides, 0 tasks, 3 rolls leather, 19 bags maize, 1 case cheese, 3 bags oysters, 3 p. parcels, 1 calf, 1 bag onions, 1 buiullo skins, 1 bag' bacon, and sundries. To Kiama : 500ft. timbor, 2 rolls leather. To AVollongong : 72 bags maizo. Per Ulawarra (s.), Captain J. Gardo, on tho 1st December, 1S79. To Sydnoy: 157 bags maize, 22 kegs butter, 4 bags oysters, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

IJiawarra Steam Xavigutiun Comiiaiiy. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. JjlBO M SHOAL II A Y K. N , .Wnmlay, -5 u.hi.' Thursday, 8 u.m. EROM SYDNEY, .ViiCHiIny aii«l Friday,; at IT i».m. All meals supplied during tho passagos of tho steamers i'roo of churgo. The Steam Droghers, undor clmrgo of Captain ? Buchanan, are always plying on tho Shoallmvcn River in connection ?with tlio Sydney steamers. E. MANNING. Knglisli, NctiUIsli, uiul Australian a/. , :???;?; Chartered ttank. A BRANCH of this. Bank is now OPEN at Ji\i. NOWRA, Shoalhnven, in temporary jiromisos, for tho transaction of nil usual bank ing business. JOHN HOWLING, Manngor. Sydney, Oth Juno, 1878. : ? Wanted (» be Enown. '\T7' JONES, Collins-streot, ICinmn, has ? Vt ? Horses and Vchiulos EOR HIRE. . IIo is prepared to run betwoon AVollongong . and Ullndulla. i.- Also, that he is a cash purchaser of Hides and skins in any quantity. D. LINDSAY BYMOCX, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, JAMBEROO. W. HALL, General Commission Agent, AND BTItO...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 12.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

Telegs-apliic laiieill^eiice. ' j ?'-; ? |FROM OUlt CORRESPONDENT.] ? SYDNEY. ?; ? . ? AArjjhjfEsnAY, 12.30 p.m. In tho .Legislative Assembly, 'last night, tlio Estimates -were ? laid ? oil -? tlfo.' tablo, ' and tho .financial Statement will bo dolivorod this even ing.' Tho i Estimates -show ? that tho amount , required for 18S0 will bo nearly £o?0(Jb, 000 ster ling, of which £'75,000 is for tho Agent-General's Department. Tlio Agout-Gonpral's salary is to be increased from £1500 to £2000 a yoar. An additional sum of £40,000 is required- lor tho ' International Exhibition. . ? Sir H. Parkes obtained loavo to bring in an Eloctoral Bill. It proposes to refer disputed election to tho Supreme Court,- and provides for tho return to Parliament.' - It lias not,^Sir Honry Parkes intimates, 'boon found practfcnblo to form cloetoral'districts of ..equal numbers of electors. ;«Tho caso for the 1 Grown-: against . tlio. bush- :, rangers -.wis -concluded .last -night, - when' an adjournment to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 11 December 1879

03' Meeting- to he filcBd. No. 70, L.O.L., Torrara, meets on Friday, tho 19th December, at 7.30 p.m. Sclcgrajpft, AND $110 ALII A VEN ADVERTISER. 'Published every Tlimsila) Morning. ' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, :879. I

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MISCELLANEOUS. Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

MISCJE&iflj A j¥B3« US. ' ^ V HZajj on i c^\ So far nt least as newspaper Controversy is concerned, tho long-pending dispute between the various sections of the Masonic brother hood is likely to be settled by the receipt oi a letter by last mail from the Grand Lodge of tho district of Columbia, dated Washing ton (the capital city of the U. S.), July 12th, 1878, and addressed to Mr. Nicholas Weekes, Grand Secrotury of the Gruud Lodge of Now South Wales. It reads as follows : — 'Dear Sir and Brother, — At the semi annual communication of tho Grand Lodge oi tlio .District oi Columbia, P. and A. Masons, hold Mth May, 1879, the following was adopted, viz. : — (A.) Resolved; 'That the Grand Lodge of the district of Columbia recognises tlio Grand Lodge oi New South .-'Wales as a legally formed Grand Lodge, entitled to all. the prerogatives oi such a . body.' I have'lhe satisfaction, of communi cating the information to you^and present the regards ofj our M. WACh'fyid Master, Brothe...

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The Cruel Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Tlie Cruel Sea. An old man gaz'd on the sunlit wavo 'Which murmur'd at his foet, Eich with the spoils of the coral cave, And ocean's wild retreat. And thus he spoke, with a dying sigh Borno on the sea waves' lullaby, ' Where'are my Sons, bright smiling eoa, My hope, my all, nvy lovidboys three ? U givo back one,- yo'laugn®' wajpo,j; To boar the old man to lire grave ^ 0 good kind sea, O good kind sea, Givo buck one darling child to me !' Tho moon had flung her ambient rays, To gild with light tho pearly deep ; Ab o'er its breast her trembling blaze In furrowed gleams of silver leap, An aged man, so still and lone, Sat listening to the sea wave's moan, Whoso gentle dirge, and swelling sigh, Like vesper hymn stole forth on high. ' Where are my sons, ye bright blue deep ? 0 givo back one, to bless my sleep. O treach'rous wave, 0 hungry sea, Why did I hope or trust in thea ?' ^ Nowra.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

MISCEBiBjAlffJEttUS. ' It is rather important that business people should know that Saturday, the 27th'instant, has been proclaimed a public holiday, so that the banks will bo closed from Wodnosday, tho the 2-1 tli, until the following Monday. The Bisiiop of Sydney's Address. —Tho' Bishop of Sydney's address oil the education. quostionlastTuosday oyening containod nothing new or striking. Mr. Alexander Stuart pro posed a' resolution condemning tho proposed withdrawal of aid from denominational schools. Mr. Dibbs attempted to propose tin, amend ment but was prevonted. the Rev. Thomas Kemmis being', tho leading obstructor. A com mittee was appointed to ' givo olfect ' to tho resolution carriod.- ; v ? ' ? Conviction Set 'Aside. — A spooial caso, tlio Queen v. Jamos Alcorn, was lieard; boforo their Honors Mr. Justico Faucett and , Sir William Manning. Tho prisoner was tried 'boforo Mr. acting-Judgo M'Farland, at tlio, Wollongong Quarter Sessions, oil tlio 23rd of October last, for pass...

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The C. E. Parishoners' Meeting at Nowra. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

The C, ID. IParishoiiers' Meeting at Kowra. TO . THE EDITOR OF TIIE TELEGHAVII. Sm,— Allow mo to roply to a lottor which . appeared m tho Shoalhavcn News of tlio 13th instant, signed No Big(g)ot,' purporting to bo a stricture on your roport of a mooting hold to elect two Synod repsesontativos for Shoalhavon. I do not consider, tlio spirit or tone of tho lottor worthy of notico, but somo of th'o statements made in it call for a denial. Duo notico of tlio timo and place of tho mooting was given in rat. John's .Church, Terrara, on Sunday morning, Nov. 30th, as any membor of the congregation then present can testify— a clear proof the writer was not prosont, -or that ho wilfully mis states facts ; ? and when tlio mooting was hold it was conducted in strict accordance, with the Constitutions of tho Church of England, our guide on all such occasions. I am, Sir, Yours, etc., : ONE WHO WAS PRESENT.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. In Memoriam. ON THE DEATH OF W. C. KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

OBIG1SA1 pose-fry, I In Memoriana. ON THE DEATH OP W. 0. KING. Hope, affrighted, pale, — Herbluo e^ea streaming dew — Points upward J; and the wail \ Of Borrow, pity too.'\ \ Woep o'er his asHes— Jfa6urn-ft---^\ A life of promise gone. c Affection there doth throng around, No vacant spot for semblance cold ; All friendly hearts his rest surround, HiB rest for aye, lone bed of mould. Peace be his Bleep, Above lot th' Accasia wave ; 'Where fond hearts weep, His broken life's early grrvro. \ M. Nowra. ' \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

WANTED, tkmK, to milk, attend to dairy, ' and mm J genorally useful. Apply to . JAS^ SfelraGlIAN, Groouliills, Shoal haven. / ?ff IE lCy» IE R. S. V TENDERS are im4!dfor CHIPPINa about,: 10 acres on tho iowra Recreation Ground. Particulars of workjriiy bjascrtainod on appli cation to AldennanfljAri. fTONAGIIAN, or tlio undersigned, to whim Totflers must bo sent not later than 10 a.m. an MONDAY IsfEXT. I J. GREEN, I Mayor. The Morning Star fi. M. Company's Claim, ^'alwal. V NOTICE is hereby g^on thafatliirty-two (32) ? Shares . in t)/: /bovcnMno^ gold loaso, , adjoining Messrs. y-y t\ind i'Honio-' . ward Bound ' Claim /n mCsouth, are now open for allotment. Paj/iont of £10 per Share in, monthly calls of £\hs. - Application to bo mado to Mr. JOHN M'ARTHUR, Groenhills Stores, Torrara, or to AUGUSTUS L1NICENBAGH, Nowra. '^i. IHawarrt/g. IT. ^oinpany. y CHRISTmS EXCURSIONS. TICKETS atlof sin J[o faro for tho doiiblo journoy lilllljo ?sued by tlio steamers of tho Company, fvalabre from MO...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Tiie Public Instruction Bill, wliicli is inten ded by its .author to supersodo the present ? t Public -Schools Act, lias .passed its second reading in tlio Assembly ; : and awaits thai i disehssioii of matters oMetail, which it will, doubtless, receive in ample .vneasuro during ? its passage through Comniitteo.- ? , e may, anticipate tliftt efforts; will 1)0 1,'iuclo both by the defonders ; of denomination alism, as.-. .it: exists, aiub bv: the advocates of p'u.ve secular ism, to eliminato from, the bill such features as -tlioy ? disapprovo, and to. impart to it a stronger tinge of -thoir respective .viows. At ? present it seems probablo that, the bill will; [ bo modified in ; the direction of secularism | rather than of denominatiohalijsm : for tli ere was-: during- the, debate, ,qn fie second i reading a rather remarkable amount of out spoken opinion, .not- only, oii^jthe part of thoso : who -favoured tlie;;bill as Secular, but likowiso of those who .opposed it, tagainst the mixtu...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 18 December 1879

Central .-§Ito»I!inven ItHtmiciitnl Council. Terrara, Tuesday, December 10. Present — tho Mayor, and Aldormon Hyam, Laniond, Monaghan, and M'Loan. Minutes ol' provious moetiug woro road and confirmed. Outward corrcspondonco to Nowra Council, on tho subject of contributing its duo sliaro of tho cost of ropairing joint boundary road. Inwards — 1. In roply to tho abovo, onquiring liow tho road was dofinod, and intimating that whon such information was givou tho Council would tako propor steps in tho mattor. — Aftor some conversation, on tho motion of Aldormon Monaghan and M'Loan, the Mayor, and mover and seconder of tho motion, wore 'appointed a deputation to confer with Nowra Council, in ordor to amicably sottlo tho mattor of tlio main tenance of South Boundary rbud.-^Tho applica tion of tho Cqu noil, Clork for -two weeks' leave of absouco was granted.' A donation 'by Aldor manHyam, of timbortbthovnluoof 12s, for a cul vort orootod ' loading, to his own proinisos, was accoptod.— lt| w...

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