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Female Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Female Suffrage 'Should the franchise be granted to women ?' Is a question much talked of, of late ; In home-circles, the club-room, and camp 'Tis a subject of frequent debate. Some contend that the rights should be granted To women aa well as to men. And then we would havo a pure Govern ment — No fights in our Parliament then ! And they any in support of that argument, Seeming not to deem it a sin, 'That where women aro allowed to be present, Men abstain from strong whiskey and gin.' We say, let them start with the hustings, And try there to work a reform 'Mong the loafers who gather around it — Base objects of contempt and scorn, Who trifle with rights so important, And plump for the person who gives Tho most liberal donation of whiskey, And swear fealty to him whilst he lives. Now it seems very strange that tbe fair sex Should vote for this measure, also ; Wo thought they would throw in their lot with The party whose answer was ' No 1' Oan it be that it's due to ambition ? Or the...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farming as a Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Farming as a Business [BY A WINDSOR MAN;] Scotland is very gennrnUy nccfipt*-d as offering about as good a field as nny for the study of farming as a business. The Scottish farmers,' witjrnire, excep tions, are tenants, and, aa a rule, they work in harmony jjfith their landlords.. The familiarity and equality existing between the tenant ;uid landowners in Scotland is trulj. democratic. Itsur prises those who have formed ideas on the subject from what they have seen in other countries. But tlie'it the Scottish farmer is a tradesman who has been trained to and thoroughly understands his trade ; and he has the confidence of a manly, competent, self-reliant personage in the business of agricul ture. This operation includes live stock with cultivation. Moreover, he is often ft real practical gardener. His worth in intrinsic value is, thorefore, respected by the landlord, who is, of course, all the more vigilant that the business is not injured by the admission of in competent men, or men...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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The Story of a Town Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

The Story of a Town Clook. Some years ago (says the Den'iliquin Pastoeal Times of February 25) it was proposed to agitate for the erection of a town clock in Deniliquin. At first it was thought thnt the Town Hall tower would be the. most suitable place, but it was found that the cost would b© about £800, and the Government de clined to spend that much money in the erection of a clock in a building which was not the property of the Crown. The next attempt resulted in a promise from Mr. Bruce Smith that he would erect a town clock in Deniliquin, to cost £300, provided that the towns people contributed half of the cost. This fell through. More recently still, another Minister promised to erect a clock either at the post-office or the telegraph-office, at a cost of about £150. Then the Town Clerk sent on plans and specifications at the suggestion of a Ucpubutiuii uvtu ueuiiKjuill wuiuii unu interviewed the Minister on the subject. The clock was to be an exposed one under a dovecot on th...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

LOCAL NEWS. Rekkrv&s, — Two ureas of 8 acres and 12 ncres, pariBh of Bulco, near Ncrriga, hare bteu itSerruJ from sale for trigonometrical purpiWeB. Mikibtebiai, Visit.— It is proposed to invite tlie Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. Suttor) to opan the Nowra Superior j'ublic School new buildings on an early date. The Steaiiebb.— The g.s. Brinawarr win ipniD uoujf iui ufiiiivj wmurruw (Saturday) nt 9 a.m. The b.b. Illawarra, from Greenwell Point to Sydney, will leave on Mmiday morning next on an excursion trip at S o'clock instead of 6 o'clock. Municipal Election — An election of an alderman for the Municipal District of Brnnghtnii Vale in the room of Henry Raffles Bryeu, whose sent has been de clared vacant, will take place at the Coun cil Chambers, Wuodhill, on Tuesday next, April 4. Eastee. — For the first time for many years, an Easter Set vice will be held in St. John's Church, Torara, at a quarter to 10 on Sunday morning next. The Rev. ' E. Wootton, B.A., will admin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

KEATING'S OOUGR LOZKNGES cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis. Medi cal testimony states that no other medi cine is so effectual in the cure of those dangerous maladies. One Lozenge alone gives oase, one or two at bedtime ensures rest. For relieving difficulty of breath ing they .are invaluable. They contain no opium nor any violent drug. Sold by all Chemists, in Tins, Is. l£d. and 2s. 9d. each.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

TlKE BKST tlKMKDV FOU INDIGESTION— r Norton's Cahomij.e lJiLi_saro confidently recommended as a Simplo KuMiody fcr In- ' digestion, whiub is tbc cause of nearly ul -ho diseases 10 which we aie subject. i Nobtom's Pills, with jnttico called the ' Natural Strengtbeuer o£ the llutnau | Stomach,' act «b a powerful tonic and gentlo aperient, are mild iu their operation, and 6afeund«r any circumstances. Sold ' in bottles, at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., lls.,'by all Medicine Vepdoi's throughout tho world. Valuable Discovery for the H air. — , If your hair is turning prey or white, 01 t falling off, use ' The Mexican . Haii Benewor,' for it will positively restore in | every case Grey or White hair to it* original colour, without leaving tho die agreeable emell of most 'Bflstorers' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, I as well as promoting the growth of the i bail on bald spots, where the glands are uot decayed. Ask jour Chemist for ] ' The Mexican Hair Benbwbb,' sold | by Chemists and Perfumers...

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Court of Petty Sessions. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28. Before Messrs. Z. G. Bice and J. Glanville, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Court of Petty Sessions Nowba, Tuesday, March 28. Before Messrs. Z. G. Bice and J. Glanville, Js.P. The Poon Playeb. — Bernard S. Maunsell was charged by Sergeant Sykes with having on the 25th instant played ' East Lynne,' and charged admission thereto, in the Band Hall, Nowra, such hall being unlicensed. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined Is with 4s lOd coats, the Sergeant asking only for a nominal penalty. Unsound Mind. — William Smith (a stranger), who had some days previously been nlaced under Dolice crotection. charged with being of unsound mind, was again brought before the court. Sergeant Sykes said he thought that their worships might discharge Smith after hearing the evidence Dr. Matthews hud to offer. Dr. Matthews, who had examined Smith previous to his coming into court, said prisoner appeared to be of perfectly sound mind, but it would be necessary for him to take some little extra care of himself for a time, and secure if possible some comfortable lodgings. The lock...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Potato Blight. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Potato Slight. : An official recipe for the compounding of Bouillie Bordelaise, which has proved such an effective specific for potato blight, appears in a recent number of the Kew Bulletin. It is as follows : — Forty-five pounds of copper sulphate (blue stone) are enclosed in a ba? of coarse canvas, and suspended in a vessel of water (220 gallons). In a separate vessel, 22£lb. of quicklime are slacked by added water, and are 'passed through a sieve into the copper solution. This quantity of the mixture is suffioient for one acre of land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

'???Eleven Men Frozen to Death.' * !** Vhey-iiSad'wd.ndtaeA round and rotlnd in c?tkki minm$ VtfotBsto'mJujptfesslylMfin ''.-&- j&Kg only a hundred yards square ; . ?ami when cold and fatigue vanquished them at fort, they stooped ovi a cave in the snow and lay down and died, net knowing that Jyoe steps more would have brought them into the truepailu Thus eleven-precious lives were lost in making tho descent from Mont Blanc in ? September, 1870. They suffered the bitter «st death recorded in the history of those mouniaius, full as that history is with dreadful tragedies. Sad to think that they were so near safety, and yet through ignorance bo far from it. Alas ! how many die, under different conditions, but for a like reason. ... He explains as follows : ' Up to October, 1865,' he says, ' I was a strong, tealthy man, and equal to any kind of . work. At this time I was taken with a pain that seemed to shoot straight 'though my heart I felt as if something ;;was squeezi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

We most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps as a pure invigorant, good alike for men, women and even infants. It tones and braces up ths system and aidB digestion. One pound orders are placed inder the labeU of many of the large bottles. To secure the genuine article buy a whole bottle, And don't be imposed on hy imitations. Wolfe's Schiiupp* is a we'l known nnd well tried stimulant, and was sold fifty years ago by chemists as a Tonin. ?

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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

SPORTING. CRICKET. The Speight Cup match Numba v. Pyree at Pyree on Saturday was won by the Numba boys by 50 runs. Representatives of the Kodfern Cam bridge (Sydney) club arrived in Nowra early this morning. To-day they will play the Currumbene men at the Bay, and to morrow (Saturday) meet a Shoalhaven district team on the Nowra Show ground. Members of tho Nowra club will try con clusions with Che visitors on Monday next.

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Oommoroial SYDNEY MARKETS. Messrs Folist Brothers' Weekly Ukport. Butter, dairy 0s 6d to Os 7d per ft „ factory, Os 7d to Os 8d per 1b Bacon hand-cured, Gd to 7d per Ib ,, machine-cured, 5d to Cd per tt- Pigs, 0s 3d to Os 4d per tb Hides, 0s2d to 0s2}d Eggs, 1b Cd to Is Gd ptr doz. Fowls, 2s Cd to 3e Cd per pair Ducks, 3s 3d to 3s 9d per pair Turkeys, 8a Od to 10a Od per pair Cheese, 2Jd to 4d per tb I G«ese,.5s0d to lOsOdpor pair I Maize, 3s 6d to 4s 6d per bushel ? Potatoes, £3 10s to £4 5s per ton U Hams, hand-cured, 9d to lOd per ft -* „ machine-cured, 7d to 8d per ib Lard, {Id to 6d per Ib . Hooey, 2d to 3d Calves, 6s Od to 25s Od each Calf-skins, 0s 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 „ seed, 2s 9d to 2s lOd per bushel Barley, Cape, 3s 6d to 0s Od per buBhel Bran, 0s S$d to Os lOd per bushel March 29.

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Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Shoalhavea JL. and B. Asso ciation. The annual general meeting of members of the blioalh.ivon Agricultural nnd Horti cultural Association was held in this upstairs-hall of the NWra School of Arts on Tuesday afternoon last. The President (Mr. E. Aberdeen) occupied the chair, nnd there were also present Messrs. C. Murray, sen., Alex McLean, James Monaghati, F. W. Flatt, Wm. Brown, Dr. Breroton, John Latuond, James Frascr. S. Matthews. R. Leeming, James Morison, Mark F. Morton, T. F. Home, James Howitt, C. J. B. Watson, and O. J. Bucket. The secretary read lengthy minutes of the last annual meeting (held 29th March, 1892), and they were confirmed on motion by Messrs. Fraser and Latnond. snow abuses. Mr. Mattuews, in referring to tho complaint made by Mr. Brown at the committee meeting that afternoon, was of opinion that any person who had shown cattle in company in the manner stated should be exposed as much as possible. It appeared that the persons complained of had shown cattle not o...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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What every Lady Wants to Know. BOW LOVELY COMPLEXIONS ARE ACQUIRED AND HOW THEY MAY BE RETAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

What every LsAy 'Wants to Enow. BOW tOVELY COMPLEXIONS ARE ACQUIRED AND HOW THEV MAY BE BETAINKD. It.is the height of every lady's ambition to be the possessor of n beautiful com plexion. To acquire that delicate, soft, rose-tinted condition nf the skin, which is like velvet to the touch and akbastor to the eye, has been the desire of avcry woman from the days of the beautiful Helen of Troy to the present time. The part that lovely complexions have played in the history of this world would form an interesting study. It would be a tele of gallant knights and ladies fair, of intrigues, jealousies, and wars, of kingdoms lost and won. Specialists have struggled with this sub ject for centuries, and t«-day, with cosmetic!, powder puffs, lotions, and WAihes for the face, yet they are no nearer the real solution of the matter than were their brethern of a hundred years ngo. Cosmeties and powders only make a bad matter worse, by filling tlie porea of the skin with impuritieB, and throwing t...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

ITe-ws and Notes Mr. James Condon, of Pyree, hist week lost a fine young eon, aged about three years, though death from croup. Neil Harper, of Dundas, near Sydney (late of Kangaroo Valley) is amongst this week's bankrupts. The business of Wood's Commercial Hotel, Jamberoo, has been takon over by A large number of passengers went up to Sydney from Shoalhaven by rail last night. A number of prime dairy heifers were sold at tho Kiama yards on Tuesday at from £3 to £5. Mrs. Mason, the highly-teBtimonialised medical clairvoyante and herbalist, is now staying at Thompson's Bridge Hotel, Nowra. . Mr. J. G. TreBeder has offered to sup ply the Kiama Agricultural Society with a sufficient number of ornamental trees to occupy the places of those recently des troyed in the Show ground. Some 20 or 25 years ago the Mrs.Makin, who has since became so notorious bv her conduct in the baby-farming murder oaees, n»« «?- uu&abiulia *u it uuvueuiig, *31H? WHO regarded as a handsome woman then, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

jBCSnOSSSBS AND PXOFESSIOKS ADVERTISED IN THIS JOUENAL.] Abraham, .T.S., Laboratory. Sydney Bond, J. E., storekeeper, Nowra Boot, W., Sydney Bowring, C. A., Sydney Briscoe, Drysdale & Co., Sydney. Braham and Mutch, Sydney Bryant and May, London. Chipman, II. S., Margaret-St., Sydney Commercial Banking Co., Shoalhaven (Tevara) Branch Crown'Moleskin Trousers Co., London Clements, P. M., Sydney Clarke; T., corn, agent, Sydney Disson & Sons, Sydney „ ^ Denham Brothers, com. agents, Sydney Dean, John, Cambewarra Domestic Kerosene Oil Co. Elliott Brothers, Ltd., Sydney Elyard, W. R,, Nowra Fimister, W. J., Nowra Eoley Bros., com. agents, Sydney Freeman S. and Sons, Sydney Foster's Ale and Stout Graham, Christphr., Nowra Gibson, James, Nowra Hielman, A., Nowra Head Henry, Cambowarra HollowayOTills & Ointment. London Huddart,- Parker & Co., Sydney Hawkcn ?& 'Vance; Sydney JUiwarra1 Steam N. Co., Sydney^ Joynsbn, J. A., Nowra Lawrence, rMrs. J. W., Now...

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Shoalhaven Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

Skoalhaven Directory. . - - ? ? ? . . ?.? i / District Government Surveyor. —ilr.J'. I W. Deerir-g. I dotic of Petty Sessions, Land Agent, J Sao.— Mr. 3. M.;Sheahan. District Registrar in Bankruptcy.— Mr. -» J. H; Nisbett, P./Ms local Land Board.— Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (chairman), 7L G. Bice, and L. Molntyre, Js.P. _? Government Medical Officers.— J. P. Brereton, J. P., Terara. T. Rosa Lowers, Berry. Inspector of Public Schools.— Mr. L. & 3Jawfard,M.A. St. John's Church ot England, Nowra. — Rev. B. Wootton, B.A. — Berry, Rev Jjuko Parr. Presbyterian Church, Nowra. — Rev. J. ~ - ?? K. Brace, M. A. j assistant, Mr. Alex. Eobertson. ' Wesley: -n Church, Nowra. — Rev. H. .W. T. Pincombo.— Berry, Rev. Kirton A. Corner. Roman Catholic Church. --Rev. T. Har nett. Rev. J. Norria, assistant. Nowra School o£ Arts.— Mr. II. L. Whittoil, president; Messrs. C. Moss and M. Byan, Becretarios. Shoulhaveu Agricultural find Horticul tural Association.— Mr. li. Aberdeen, president, Mr. F. W. ...

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EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

EASTEE 3UNDAF SERVICES. Chdkcb of England. -Holy Com munion at Terora 9,46 a.m. Holy Com munion at Hoitra 8 n.m. and 11 a.m. Children's Service ut Nowra 3 p.m. :iiid Evening Service at Nowra 7.30. G . een well Point 2.30, Wesibvan.— Nuwra, 11 and 7.30, ;md T«n-erong3, Rev. H. W. T. Pincombo. N«wm Hill 2.30, Mr. T. Jarrett ; 7.30, Mr. W, Jarrett. Falls Creek 11, Mr, C, Pnil lipa, Kangarfco Valley 11 and B.uitm g«ny 7-30, Mr. Thug, Sinclair. Pbrsbvxebian.— Nuwra 11 and 7 mid children's service at 2.30, Her, J. K. Bruce, Cambewami 11 and Wont Cambe irarra 7, Mr. Alex. Robertson. Church of England weekday services.— Nowra: T»-uiurrow (Saturday), 7.45 p.m.; Monday nest, 10 a.m.; Tuesday next, 10 a.m. Burrier: Wednesday next, 7.30 p.m. Yalwal : Thursday next, 7.30 p.m. Presbyterian week - night services.— Burrier, Tuesday, April 4, and Nowra, Wednesday, April 5, Ear. J. K. Bruce. Brown's Mountain, Monday, April 3, and Numbfl, Tuesday, April 4, Mr, Ales. -Robertson, Nowra Band of Hope, Fri...

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The Churches. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

The Churches GOOD FitlDAJT SERVICES. Cuntueaor Exotisn.- Nuwra 11 and 7.80, Bur, EL Wootton, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 31 March 1893

WHY, HOW, WHEN and WHERE to ASSURE. WHY? Because you create properly and future wealth for yourself. Because it in a moral obligation and an easy way of saving money. HOW? By a whole-life policy with profits. By an endowment policy, payable on attaining a certain age, with profits. By a joint policy on parent and child, payable on the child attaining the age of 21, with profits. WHEN? AT ONCE. Because life is uncertain, the premium is lowest, your health is good, you have already delayed too long, you will iiever afford it batter, and it will set your mm) AT EASE. WHERE ? IN THE AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS FUND, the most progressive Society in Australia. Reversionary Bonus declared in 1891, £240,072 0s Od, equal to 35 per cent: Conducted on purely mutual principles Only ;   all profits belong to the members. P. J. KENNA, their Special Represent-   ative, accompanied by Dr. Ogg, is now at Violet Bank, Nowra, and will supply fullest information. 'Under the Big Boot' i ...

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